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The Magazine of Metro Birmingham Living
June 17 through June 23, 2015

B-Metro’s here to spread the word about the need-to-know people, places, and things that make Birmingh
am great. We’ve cut through the clutter of endless listings of musicians, plays, and events to bring our readers what we feel encompasses our city’s culture the best.

Be there this week as we call for Birmingham’s most darling kiddos with B-Metro’s Cutest Baby Contest, beat the heat at Alabama Theatre’s showing of Ghostbusters, celebrate our state’s resiliency from the April 27, 2011 tornadoes with Rock The South, support everything Alabama with Local at the Alys Stephens Center, and drink refreshing cocktails at Jones Valley Teaching Farm. We’ll see you there!joe signature

Every Heart Has A Voice

The number of autism diagnoses is rising with no explanation. KultureCity is here to change the way the world views the disorder by ensuring a better future for children with autism. The nonprofit shares the belief that all children should be accepted and treated equally by giving them hope to attain the brightest future imaginable. Read more about one family’s journey

Stay Connected

Cutest Baby Contest
Now through June 30

B-Metro’s most popular contest, the Cutest Baby Contest, is back! We’ve partnered up with Brookwood Medical Center to search for the cutest babies in the greater Birmingham area.


Find out how to enter the cutest kiddo you know by clicking on the ad above.


Real Estate Professionals for a Cause
June 18
World of Beer

Head to World of Beer on June 18 to have some of Birmingham’s best real estate professionals serve up cocktails (no bartending experience necessary!) for Brides Against Breast Cancer.

Stir up some tickets here!

The Music Man
June 20 through July 5
Virginia Samford Theatre

Head to the Virginia Samford Theatre from June 18 to July 5 for The Music Man, the classic musical about a con man and a librarian who fall hopelessly in love.


Get tickets to the show here.


S’mores & Pours
June 18
Avondale Brewing Co.

First you take the graham. Then you put the chocolate on the graham.

Then you roast the mallow at S’mores & Pours at Avondale Brewing Company on June 18 with over 100 auction items, fresh brew, local food, and live music.


When the ‘mallows flaming, you stick it on the chocolate. Then cover with the other end.


Then you scarf for tickets here.


Summer Film Series: Ghostbusters
June 19
Alabama Theatre

If you’ve got nothing planned on Friday night, who you gonna call? Ghostbusters. At the Alabama Theatre on June 19.

Rock The South
June 19 through June 20
Heritage Park, Cullman, AL

In remembrance of the tornadoes that tore through Alabama on April 27, 2011, Rock The South celebrates our state’s recovery with some of country music’s biggest acts, including Alan Jackson, Travis Tritt, Sara Evans,
and Corey Smith.


June 20
Avondale Brewing Co.

Get stoked for Trunkstock, a celebration at Avondale Brewing Company on June 20 featuring never-ending brews, live tunes (Rick Carter Trio, The Hurlers, Federal Expression, Bloodkin, New Orleans Suspects) delicious local food (Off The Hook Food Truck and Catering, Cantina on Wheels) and a lot of camaraderie.

Stock up on tickets here.


Happenin’ Fest
June 20
Good People Brewing Co.

It’s all happening at Good People on June 20. Come from 2 to 11 p.m. to jam to live music by Black Lips, Turbo Fruits, Andrew Combs, PUJOL, D. Watusi, Tape Waves, White Laces, Nowhere Squares, Dommel Mosel.

Zoo, Brews & BBQ
June 20
Birmingham Zoo

Head to the zoo on Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. to celebrate their 60th anniversary with Good People beer, Full Moon Bar-B-Que, and live music by The Whigs.

June 20
Alys Stephens Center

Celebrate all things Alabama at Local by shopping local goods from farmers and artists, dining at hip food trucks, and listening to some original Alabama music.


Woodlawn Street Market
June 20
Historic Woodlawn
Get with “it” next weekend at the 
Woodlawn Street Market from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m
. It’s an urban street market for art lovers who are searching for unique specialty creations. It’s not just for art; merchants will also be selling produce and goods.


Cocktails on the Farm
June 21
Jones Valley Teaching Farm

Cocktails on the Farm will feature chefs from local restaurants (Brick & Tin, Hot and Hot, Carrigan’s) who will craft summer plates while bartenders create summertime cocktails.


Man Man
June 24

Don’t miss Man Man, the multi-instrumental experimental band from Philly, here at Saturn on June 24.


B-Metro, a publication of Fergus Media LLC, is a proven, award-winning media brand in Birmingham, Ala., that blends style with substance and spreads the word about the need-to-know people, places and things that make Birmingham great. We cut through the clutter of endless listings of restaurants and events and page after page of numbing advertorial to bring our readers the special style, fascinating places and extraordinary people of metro Birmingham. We put together a mix of youthful urban edge, fresh perspectives, and searing images and design to bring you a great magazine cocktail sure to quench your thirst for the great things our city offers.


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