Posts Tagged ‘festival’

Meet the Artists Behind ArtWalk

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

On Sept. 9-10, Birmingham’s historic loft district will transform into the area’s liveliest arts scene featuring the work of more than 100 visual artists, along with live music, street performers, food and drink, and children’s activities.

Share the Luck of the Irish in Jackson, Mississippi

Friday, February 1st, 2013

By Tom Gordon There are some of us—and I’m including myself in this shrinking  select group—who have yet to fully internalize the instinct to Google something when we want to know something about it. There are times when that stance has its advantages. Years ago, I would read a thumbs-up review of a movie and… Read More

The A-List: Dia de los Muertos

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

Dia de los Muertos Written by Richard James, Photographed by Liesa Cole At Dia de los Muertos, the most extraordinary public event in the city, I stood among the painted faces and the altars created to celebrate life. I spoke the words, “Present.” Presente. The street and parking lots along First Avneue South are transformed… Read More

Arts & Culture Preview

Saturday, September 1st, 2012

B-Metro highlights the hot Arts & Culture events on the calendar this fall.  The best of music, dance, theatre, visual arts and more is collected here for your review. (And so you don’t miss the good stuff this fall!) Open publication – Free publishing – More arts

Trucks by the Tracks: September 16 at Railroad Park

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

The food truck phenomenon has taken Birmingham by storm! In an effort to support local food, music, and Railroad Park, the Railroad Park Foundation Junior Board is hosting the first annual Trucks by the Tracks event. Join us for live music, entertainment, food trucks, and beverages. Admission is FREE! Food trucks: Avalanche Delights, Cantina, Dreamcakes,… Read More

One Shot Dec. 2011

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

the city through the lens… Dia de los Muertos, numero nueve en Memoria a Guillermo Castro, was held on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011. The event, based on the Hispanic tradition that honors deceased loved ones, has been held at the former Bare Hands Gallery location on Richard Arrington Blvd. since 2003.  This year’s festivities paid… Read More