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BOOK NEWS

By Esther Callens New York Times best-selling author K. A. Robinson has returned with yet another engrossing narrative. Following on the heels of her remarkable...

MUSICAL NOTES

Newly available are some notable recordings worthy of giving a listen to. Saxophonist/composer Adam Rongo is making quite a name for himself. His debut CD, Tell...

AT&T Unveils 2014 Edition of The Alabama

AT&T Unveils 2014 Edition of The Alabama African American history Calendar Honorees Include Civil Rights Activists, Educators, Doctors, and Musicians BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – AT&T* has announced the unveiling of the 2014 edition of...

2013 Youth First Holiday Campaign Kicks Off in November

 The act of giving is important throughout the year, but giving peaks in significance during the holiday season. The City of Birmingham’s Division of...

Ambassador of Trinidad and Tobago to Visit the Magic City

 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Central Alabama Caribbean American Organization (CACAO) announced today, that His Excellency Dr. Neil Parsan, Ambassador of Trinidad and Tobago will be attending...

50 DAYS FORWARD Miss Black USA Scholarship Pageant

50 DAYS FORWARD The Inaugural State of Alabama-Miss Black USA Scholarship Pageant-Director's Committee Luncheon will be held on November 7th, 11:30am at the Historic Arlington...

Trinity CEO Keynote Speaker

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Keith Granger, President & CEO of Trinity Medical Center, was a keynote speaker at the Studer Group’s 11th annual What’s Right...

Cash for Crooks

Cash For Crooks, Div. of Refuge In (RITT) Trouble Times Community Development, Inc., would like to shed light on the years of youth killing. From...

CITY COUNCIL BRIEFS

During the Birmingham City Council Meeting held Tuesday, November 5, 2013, Council: 1. Approved an Ordinance “to further amend the zoning district map of the...

Blocking Help

  Some of us in our comfortable homes, with our nice cars, and our balanced household budgets may not know it, but thousands of people...

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