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Blind ambition: Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind has untapped limitless...

By Chuck Chandler Alabama Newscenter Had William Seaborn Johnson been like his nine siblings, countless people in the past 160 years might have led diminished lives. Seaborn...

Birmingham-based ‘Ladies Who Hike’ group: Conquering trails and trials

By Je’Don Holloway Talley For the Birmingham Times In the midst of a “season of singleness,” Brittney Davis would go hiking by herself at Ruffner Mountain...

Shannon Moore’s journey from negative feelings to positive energy

By Je’Don Holloway Talley For the Birmingham Times Shannon Moore admits to not being social, and she didn’t expect that to change when she joined the...

United Way launches fundraiser to bring back Bike Rodeos to Birmingham

By Pat Byington Bhamnow.com It was a devastating moment. Last summer, staff members and volunteers with the United Way of Central Alabama’s Healthy Communities Initiative were preparing...

Word on the Street

Compiled by Erica Wright Family, new clothes, dyed eggs, baskets, food. We asked Birmingham-area residents, What is one of your most memorable Easters? Tiffany Ford: “It...

‘Learn to trust again . . . know that love is...

By Anita Debro Special to the Birmingham Times “You Had Me at Hello’’ highlights married couples and the love that binds them. If you would like...

Protective Life gets naming rights for Birmingham’s multi-use stadium

The Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC) and Protective Life Corporation (Protective) announced Thursday a 15-year agreement for the naming rights sponsorship of Birmingham’s new multi-use...

How Bards and Brews unifies the Birmingham arts community

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Eddie Melton took part in the national discourse last week during a spoken-word event in front of a packed room...

UAB Theatre brings Broadway to West End Library

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times For those in the West End community who’ve never taken a trip to New York City’s Broadway to see popular...

Birmingham Library hosts first ‘Reading Between the Wines’ on Friday

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Cindy Wilson, born in Seoul, Korea, was adopted by an African-American couple stationed there when she was just a few...

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