Alan Walker’s love for the Mid-Century Modern aesthetic drives him to rescue this Vestavia gem
When in Rome…Refreshment, Italian-Style
The many places where psychology and the law intersect.
It wasn’t like watching a grizzly bear catch a leaping salmon in its powerful jaws in an Alaskan river, or seeing a lion wrestle an impala to the ground in a cloud of African dust, but it was a mesmerizing moment nonetheless, one I’ll never forget. And it happened here, late last summer, in one of our city’s most prized assets,Railroad Park.
How one of the nation’s most famous kidnapping survivors is using her story as a catalyst to help others identify and serve crime victims—right here in Birmingham.
Boxer or Parkinson’s patient? Martin Juarez thinks they are one and the same.
Birmingham-based jewelry maker Yogi Dada, whose talents expand across a spectrum of creative mediums, lives by a motto: “Art is truly whatever you believe it is.”
UAB Football Coach Bill Clark leads with faith and character.
When Kim Burleson and Cody Massey started to plan their wedding they looked to the wizarding world of Harry Potter to create the magical event of a lifetime, muggles welcomed.
The ruby and the sunrise are one…
Standing at the corner of Second Avenue and 19th Street, right in the heart of Birmingham’s historic retail and theater district, this classic building embodies the very best of the old downtown, now reborn as part of a new downtown shaking off the cobwebs of decades of suburban flight.