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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...

Simone’s Kitchen ATL to host 3rd Annual Juneteenth in the Magic...

By Nicole S. Daniel Birmingham Times When President Joe Biden last year signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act, establishing June 19 as a federal holiday,...

Meet Greg Gratton, Owner of Birmingham’s Legendary Green Acres Cafe

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times After classes ended at his Birmingham middle school, Greg Gratton and his brother went straight to work. “We would come ,...

Meet the Black Chefs Who Changed the Food Industry

By Zareen Syed www.thedailymeal.com To compile this list of trailblazers and some must-know names, The Daily Meal looked for Black chefs and restaurateurs both past and...

Celebrity Chef Andrew Zimmern Names the Best Restaurants in Birmingham

By Mary Colurso | mcolurso@al.com Andrew Zimmern loves to eat in Birmingham. The celebrity chef and TV host has thrown a spotlight on the city several times in the...

How Two Small Business Owners Partnered; Found Success in Birmingham

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times When Tanesha Sims-Summers and Yogi Dada met during a Minority Business Network entrepreneurial event in 2017, there was an immediate...

Chocolate and Valentine’s Day — A match made in heaven?

by Adam Pope In the U.S., chocolate consumption exceeds 12 pounds per person, per year.Are you planning to give your significant other a box of...

A Black-Owned Dining Event Not to be Missed 

Amara Amaryah TravelNoire.com The Underground Kitchen is a unique Black-owned fine dining experience not to be missed. Popping-up in secret locations across the country, the true...

Chef Erica Barrett Brings Her Taste of Southern Culture to The...

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Erica Barrett doesn’t see “struggles”; only “challenges.” Meeting those challenges led her to open SOCU Southern Kitchen and Bar, a successful...

Mayor Woodfin Sets Aside $2M To Recruit Grocery Stores to Underserved...

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times Birmingham neighborhood leaders and residents on Tuesday applauded an announcement that the city has set aside $2 million to attract...

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