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Millions in Transit Funding Headed to Alabama, Rep. Sewell Announces

Christopher Kosteva house.gov U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-07) announced this week that the first round of new federal transit funding under the historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Law...

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema announced as anchor tenant for Powell Steam Plant...

By Anthony Cook Alabama News Center Redevelopment firm Orchestra Partners Thursday morning announced nationally renowned Alamo Drafthouse Cinema as the first major tenant slated to occupy Powell Steam Plant, an 85,000-plus-square-foot historic...

A.G. Gaston’s Legacy Influences Annual Conference

BY ZT DUNN Special to the Birmingham Times  Living under Jim Crow in Birmingham, a Black person had to navigate a world of restrictions. They couldn't...

Birmingham’s historic downtown Rainbow Bridge closed to motorists

By Pat Byington bhamnow.com The Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd. Bridge or what is also known as the “Rainbow Bridge” in downtown Birmingham closed to motorists beginning...

Inside Birmingham’s Space One Eleven Art Program — an Alabama Bright...

By Karim Shamsi-Basha Alabama NewsCenter In 1986, Peter Prinz noticed artists in Alabama did not have many places to exhibit their work. He decided to do...

Red Mountain Theatre Co. announces plans for $25M arts campus

The Birmingham Times Red Mountain Theatre Company (RMTC) will begin work on a $25 million arts campus in Parkside district of downtown Birmingham this summer. “It has...

The Pizitz Building and the revival of downtown Birmingham

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times When looking for healthy food around lunchtime, Taylor Dean, who works in downtown Birmingham, knows exactly where she wants to...

Once abandoned, the Pizitz is now home to 143 multifamily residences

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times The Residences at the Pizitz Building, which occupy the six upper floors of the refurbished structure, opened in December 2016....

‘Violins of Hope’ brings concerts, education, interfaith dialogue to Birmingham

Times staff report Historic violins played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust will be featured in Birmingham next week for four days of concerts, educational...

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