Archive for November, 2014


JDRF Juvenile Diabetes Spotlight

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

From a local pediatrician fighting for the cause to a college student raising serious funds, we’re teaming up with the Alabama Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation to share stories of those affected by juvenile diabetes.

Richey’s Choice | The Dad Trifecta | A Word From Micah

Friday, November 21st, 2014

Richey’s Choice Dear Micah My brother and my best friend got into a tousle a few weeks ago and the s**t’s all hit the fan since then. This is my best friend since elementary school and my brother. My brother. That’s a spot to be in between. Both expect me to side with him and… Read More

2014 Wish Book

Friday, November 21st, 2014

The holidays are coming, and we’ve gathered our top gift picks available in Birmingham!

Angela King Brows and Beauty

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

From the importance of a strong brow to the best brow products, Birmingham brow expert Angela King of Angela King Brows and Beauty shares her expert brow secrets.

B-There! Fall FestivALE | Lights Up | Catch a Rising Star

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

11/19-11/25/14: Fast cars, tailgating, and craft brews are all on the menu for an energized week in Birmingham.

Cutting-Edge Conductor

Monday, November 17th, 2014

Surely Maestro Christopher Confessore is the city’s most enthusiastically versatile conductor. From the podium, the Alabama Symphony Orchestra resident conductor has embraced all manner of music, from abstract contemporary orchestral scores to backup charts for the various pop acts and tribute shows that roll through town.

All The News That No Longer Fits

Monday, November 17th, 2014

It’s early on a Wednesday morning. Guin Robinson sits in a booth at Bogue’s Restaurant. He sips his coffee, finishes his egg white omelet, and flips through The Birmingham News. Robinson says he reads the paper religiously…but he can’t start each morning with the paper like he used to do.

Elizabeth Marie Farr

Monday, November 17th, 2014

“At this age I find that life is too short and hours pass too quickly for me to spend time doing anything but what I am inspired to do. I am happiest when I am painting on large-scale canvases.”

Crazy Lucky

Monday, November 17th, 2014

“Early in childhood you gravitate toward the things that you are most passionate about. Once you have the opportunity to do what you love for a living, there isn’t really any other choice,” says Tom Drummond, founding member and bass player for alt-pop group Better Than Ezra.

Stacey Holloway

Monday, November 17th, 2014

“I see all my pieces like stills,” she explains. “I’ve always been interested in film studies, and a lot of the techniques I use are drawn from that fascination.”

Alive and Well

Monday, November 17th, 2014

Even though tennis wasn’t my first (or second or third) love, much of my family has played, so I wasn’t going into this completely blind. I just considered it a relatively slow sport compared to the more traditional team sports I played.