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Magic City eats: A culinary tour of Birmingham combines history, world...

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times Generations of African Americans and other minorities have passed down recipes and dishes from decades ago that still are relished...

The most popular dishes at some of the area’s minority-owned restaurants

Times Staff Report CLORAY’S CAFÉ Location: 2530 9th Ave. N, Bessemer, AL Hours: Monday through Friday: 6:45 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday: Noon to 5 p.m.; Saturday:...

Meet the Parker High School grad whose sports firm is becoming...

By Solomon Crenshaw Jr. The Birmingham Times Birmingham native Erwin Prentiss Hill is all about historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs)—and not just because he is...

Birmingham City students intern with industry giants in preparation for the...

By Victoria Hollis Birmingham Education Foundation “We’re looking for Gabrielle Mallory,” Bob Shepard, Media Relations specialist at UAB Hospital, says for the third time. Bob and...

Comedian Bill Bellamy returns to Birmingham for first time in nearly...

By Monique Jones The Birmingham Times For the first time “in about seven or eight years” comedian Bill Bellamy will be back in Birmingham. He’s bringing his...

How Fairfield’s Restoration Academy chamber choir got an invite to perform...

By Rubin E. Grant Special to The Times The Restoration Academy chorale will cap a busy spring on May 11 with a concert at 6 p.m....

City Council President Austin: Time to capitalize on the untapped potential...

By Johnathan Austin As soon as I was old enough to walk, I learned to march.  Birmingham’s history was sewn into the fabric of my family,...

27 year-old local author publishes debut novel to wide acclaim

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times It began as a Facebook challenge to pass time and turned into an urban novella. "Protect Your Entrance" is the debut...

Housing Authority to host first ever Women’s Empowerment Conference at the...

By Joseph D. Bryant Housing Authority of the Birmingham District Employees of the Housing Authority of the Birmingham District this week organized mini parades at six...

Area lawmakers list education, economic development as priorities in Legislative Session

By Sinclair Portis Special to the Times Education is one of the main issues facing Jefferson County, according to members of the county’s delegation in the...

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