Archive for February, 2018


B-Yourself February 2018

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

Photo and Interview by: Angela Karen Maybe love isn’t so complicated after all. Kids have an insight on the world adults are too busy to notice. Love Lesson: Life’s Big Questions Unscripted. What is your name? “Sunny” How old are you? “5” What grade are you in? “4K” Favorite song? “You are so beautiful to… Read More

B-Yourself: Kyle Bass

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

B-Yourself January 2018 Photo and interview by: Angela Karen   What is Homewood Theatre? Homewood Theatre is an all-volunteer, non-profit community theatre bringing quality, entertaining theatrical productions to downtown Homewood. Tell us how Homewood Theatre started…  About five years ago, I was sitting with some friends discussing how great it would be to have a… Read More

Remodel Birmingham

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

Our Spring issue of Remodel Birmingham  

Diamonds Direct Love Story: Logan + Amie

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

Amie Carter and Logan Shumate met each other in church, having been introduced by Logan’s grandmother and Amie’s mother. A higher power certainly blessed this match-making, and Amie and Logan have been together ever since. Then, Logan took their relationship to even new heights with a surprise rooftop proposal at the Redmont Hotel. Here, in… Read More

Hurt

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

It hurt.
After I was beaten on my butt with a metal pica pole, I ran into the women’s bathroom at The Anniston Star, sat in an empty stall, and cried.

Stories from the Heart

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

Surprising Stories of Hope and Recovery Margaret’s Story Who Says You Can’t Have Successful Heart Surgery at 89? Margaret Hubbard has always had heart issues. Born in 1927, she was known as a “blue baby,” or a baby with a blue complexion caused by congenital defects of the heart, or in Margaret’s case, having a… Read More

The Road to Selma

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

Ever since I came to this country in 1984, I have been obsessed with the road from Selma to Montgomery. After moving to Alabama in 1989, I visited the road and wanted to document its straightaways, curves, and rich and troubled history. The impact of the events along this road in the sixties led to… Read More

Uncork Fun in the Sun at Sandestin Wine Festival

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

The 32nd Annual Sandestin Wine Festival at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, regarded as one of the top wine festivals in the country, is scheduled for April 12-15.

The Color Purple

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

Red Mountain Theatre’s performance of The Color Purple, February 2-18, is an evocative chronicle of a journey through abuse and powerlessness to a triumph over a lifetime of adversity.

Blood Orange and Grouper Papillote

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

Preheat oven to 350 F. On each of two square sheets of parchment, with room to fold and cover the fish, place a layer of blood oranges with fish on top. Then put a couple of slices with rinds removed on top of the fish. Next layer broccolini, asparagus, shallots and a few scallions. Drizzle… Read More

Wings Over Avondale

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

It is just a painting on a wall, but it became a touchstone for the renaissance of a once-neglected neighborhood.