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Mayor Woodfin Seeks $26 Million for New and Existing Venues in...

www.birminghamal.gov Mayor Randall L. Woodfin this week presented a resolution of intent for a one-time $26 million investment to existing and new facilities within the...

Birmingham Looks to Revitalize Historic Neighborhood with $50 Million Grant Application

By Ryan Michaels The Birmingham Times If at first you don’t succeed, try again. That’s what the City of Birmingham did on Tuesday to apply for a...

Bogue’s Restaurant in Birmingham Closes After 84 Years

bhamnow.com It’s a sad day in Birmingham. Bogue’s Restaurant, one of the oldest and most beloved restaurants in The Magic City, has closed. Back in 2019, I...

Nichelle Nichols, 89, Lt. Uhura on ‘Star Trek,’ Broke Barriers for...

By Lindsey Bahr Associated Press Nichelle Nichols, who broke barriers for Black women in Hollywood as communications officer Lt. Uhura on the original “Star Trek” television...

Meet Aaliyah Taylor, named Birmingham’s Top Emerging Fashion Designer

By Ameera Steward For The Birmingham Times With a bold fashion collection designed to make a statement, Aaliyah Taylor on Friday was announced winner of the...

Titusville Home to Odessa Woolfolk, Condoleezza Rice and Other Notables

The Birmingham Times Titusville, a neighborhood nestled between the University of Alabama (UAB) to the east and Elmwood Cemetery to the west, launched the careers...

Meet Birmingham’s Newly Appointed Public Information Officer

birminghamal.gov Mayor Randall L. Woodfin has appointed veteran communicator Marie Sutton as Public Information Officer for the City of Birmingham. As Public Information Officer, Sutton will...

Historic 16th Street Baptist Church This Week Observes 58th Year Since...

By Haley Wilson The Birmingham Times Looking back but pressing forward, the historic Sixteenth Street Baptist Church will commemorate the 58th Memorial Observance of the church...

1960s civil rights activist Robert Moses has died

By Rebecca Santana Associated Press Robert Parris Moses, a civil rights activist who was shot at and endured beatings and jail while leading Black voter registration...

The Rich History of Birmingham’s Five Points West

By Chaise Sanders bhamnow.com Come summer of 2021, The World Games will have Five Points West—along with the entire City of Birmingham—bustling with athletes from around...

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