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9/11 Remembrance From Birmingham: ‘My Brother Was Killed at the Pentagon’

By Roy L. Williams On September 11, 2001, life as I knew it changed forever.  My oldest brother, Army Maj. Dwayne Williams, 40, was among 184...

Meet Mike and James Kemp: Father and son; software platform innovators 

By Doug Segrest doingmoretoday.com Necessity is the mother of invention. But in Birmingham, a father-and-son team has devised an innovative app to help businesses effortlessly manage ongoing...

Here are Some Alternatives to Face-to-Face Holiday Celebrations

By Matt Windsor UAB News As COVID-19 cases continue to increase in Alabama, the University of Alabama at Birmingham recommends replacing traditional end-of-year, team-building receptions with creative virtual...

Word on The Street

Compiled by Erica Wright We asked Birmingham-area residents: At holiday parties, here are you most likely to be found? Melanie Neff: “Mostly in the kitchen trying...

Dina Avery Chronicles Her Family’s Journey from Slavery to the Present

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Dina Avery comes from a bloodline of steadfast people, including her father, Charles Avery Jr., who was one of the...

Local playwright Marc Raby entertains, inspires and will bring show to...

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times Marc Raby remembers how his love for theater began: he was 8 years old, and his aunt took him to...

‘Always keep working at your marriage . . . keep trying...

By Chanda Temple For The Birmingham Times “You Had Me at Hello’’ is a weekly column that highlights married, Birmingham-area couples and the love that binds...

‘The one thing in a marriage . . . keep other...

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

Strong fathers strengthen the community, says organizer of 5K Run

By Denise Stewart For The Birmingham Times Gideon Waithera was the first to finish Birmingham’s inaugural I Am A Father 5K Saturday at historic Kelly Ingram...

Overscheduling activities can cause burn-out for children and parents

By Alicia Rohan UAB News A new school year means new after-school activities, which can lead to a balancing act of schedules for parents. Between sports, music...

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