Girls Rock Birmingham, an organization dedicated to empowering young girls to engender a sense of confidence, creativity, and self expression is now in its second year.
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B-Metro recently spoke to several Birmingham journalists—some of whom are veterans of The News or Alabam Media Group—to help assess the effects of changes in the media, in the Magic City and elsewhere.
Our guide to noteworthy Birmingham-based news outlets serves to entice Magic City news and opinion junkies to climb out of their siloes and sample some media outlets they’ve never tried before, or at least get a new perspective on the ones they already consume.
The Warblers take their music and their show seriously, but not themselves. This is evident by their self-deprecating humor about their ages.
Britt and Amanda Thames weren’t looking to move, but when they found out the new construction they had seen going up nearby was a spec house that boasted custom details, they started thinking differently.
At WE Community Café, you’ll find smiles alongside fresh food. As a pay-as-you-can concept, people can do just that, although there are suggestions for price increments that cover the cost of food, food and labor, or all that and someone else’s meal.
If the Alabama coast brought one great taste to the new food revolution, it was Royal Reds. These rich, plump shrimp are the king and queen of these Gulf of Mexico waters.
We brought together two Birmingham creatives this month.
Here college students share tips they wish they had known when they started off.
When else can you get an appetizer, entrée, and dessert from one of Birmingham’s best-known chefs for what is normally the average price of the entrée alone?
Birmingham native Daniel Scheinert’s new film Swiss Army Man is inventive. It’s weird.It has a lot of flatulence.