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5 Places to Get Your African Food Fix in Birmingham

BY SUMMER GUFFEY bhamnow.com Want to know where you can find African food in Birmingham? We gathered five spots for you to try African cuisine. ...

Tracey Morant Adams to Lead SE Region of AKA Sorority, Inc.

elevatellc.co Tracey Morant Adams was installed last week as the 27th South Eastern Regional Director of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (AKA). In this role,...

Slutty Vegan ATL restaurant to open Birmingham location in a ‘few...

The Birmingham Times  Cult-favorite eatery Slutty Vegan will be opening its Woodlawn location in just a few weeks, according to Abra Barnes, President and Qualifying Broker at...

Fantastic Food and Fun: A World Games Food Guide – Part...

By Alicia Anger doingmoretoday.com It’s nice to have you in Birmingham! And while you’re in our hometown for the World Games, we want to share some extra-special...

Fantastic Food and Fun: A World Games Restaurant Guide – Part...

By Alicia Anger doingmoretoday.com Welcome to Alabama – home of the Magic City known as Birmingham! There’s something you should know about Regions Bank’s headquarters city. We’re...

Photo Essay: How June Became Birmingham’s Most Festive Month of Year,...

The Birmingham Times From Vulcan’s 118th birthday atop Red Mountain to the Juneteenth celebration at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in downtown, June has been...

How 50 Years of ‘Soul Train’ Helped Shape Black America

By Autumn Arnett www.diverseeducation.com Fifty years ago, the iconic "Soul Train" pulled into viewers’ homes via a nationally syndicated television program that would forever cement its...

Dr. Archie Wade, UA’s First Black Faculty Member, Gets Building Renamed...

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times Due to his love of sports, Archie Wade, Ed.D., retired University of Alabama (UA) professor, is often referred to as...

Professor Hilary Green Sheds Light on UA’s Dark Racial History

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times Curiosity is what fuels Hilary Green, Ph.D., and that has a lot to do with how she was raised and...

Stops Along University of Alabama’s Hallowed Grounds Tour

ua.edu From the construction of the initial buildings to the destruction of the campus on April 4, 1865 when Union troops descended on Tuscaloosa, enslaved...

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