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A Heart for Sadie

As this is written at the end of May, a few days before Sadie’s 19th birthday, she has been at Children’s for nine weeks, waiting for a heart.

Introduction by Joe O’Donnell
Diary by Bernadette Chapman
Photography by Liesa Cole

That’s My Story (And I’m Sticking to It)

ArcLight Stories shows us there’s power in telling our stories.

Written by Lindsey Osborne
Photography by Beau Gustafson

Modern Love

Three fresh perspectives on what it means to love

Written by Lindsey Osborne

Well-Jaunted Style

The Worldly Elegance of a Local Designer’s Home

Written by Theresa Rolen Long
Photography by Edward Badham

Defeating Diabetes

UAB’s Comprehensive Diabetes Center fights every day to get closer to a cure.

Written by Rosalind Fournier
Photography by Beau Gustafson

Taking Off

High flying at the Birmingham Flight Center

Written and photographed by Cameron Carnes

A Wedding in the City | A Wedding in the Country

Get a glimpse inside two local weddings: one in the heart of the Birmingham city, and another amidst the beautiful lake countryside.

Every Heart Has a Voice

KultureCity is changing the way the world views autism.

Written and Photographed by Karim Shamsi-Basha

In the Blink of an Eye

Dr. Marc Michelson offers cutting-edge therapies to correct sight.

Written by Bill Mylius

What I Learned from Remon Danforah

Remon Danforah came to Birmingham in the 1970s with a dream, an eye for quality, and a skill as a tailor learned from a very early age.

By Joe O’Donnell
Photo by Beau Gustafson

One on One: Brian Teasley and George Reis

This month’s one on one conversation touched on all things entertaining, from dining to music. We paired Chef George Reis up with musical entrepreneur Brian Teasley to talk about the growth of the city’s entertainment scene and just where we go from here.