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Family-owned Birmingham store among Big Pitch winners

Times staff report Rodriquez and Brianna Cowans of R&M Convenience Store won the $20,000 grand prize and the $5,000 popular vote prize in this year’s...

ALABAMA THEATRE WINS NATIONAL GRANT FOR BIG ALABAMA SIGN RESTORATION ON...

Special to The Times Thanks to Alabama Theatre supporters’ diligent voting throughout October, the historic theater finished in the top 10 of the Partners in...

At 17, Rae’Mah Henderson Will Get to Make Her Big Pitch...

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times Rae’Mah Henderson is only 17 years old, but her ambition and work ethic have always impressed those around her. It...

Main Street Alabama Recognizes Birmingham Businesses

Special to The Birmingham Times Three different Birmingham projects received recognition recently from Main Street Alabama for their positive impact on the city. Main Street Alabama...

 Deon Gordon Selected As Next President of TechBirmingham

By Pat Byington Bhamnow.com Deon Gordon has been named president of TechBirmingham. TechBirmingham is the Magic City’s leading organization dedicated to strengthening and promoting the technology ecosystem...

April Sibley runs a small business and marathons. Her recipe for...

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times Owning, operating and building a small business can be a marathon, not a sprint as April Sibley, founder of Magic...

Jerethia ‘Recey’ Blake took a sweet idea on the road to...

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times Jerethia “Recey” Blake craved candy so often that she decided create a business. “I realized there wasn’t a candy store in...

Shayla Nicole Hatcher: ‘Make more moves and less announcements’

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Shayla Nicole Hatcher is all about the side hustle—whether it’s hosting a podcast or selling her own lip shades—and she’s...

Bitty’s Living Kitchen, African-American, female-owned, opens in downtown Birmingham

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Bitty’s Living Kitchen, a new African-American, female-owned business, opened in The Pizitz Food Hall Friday. Chef Kimberly McNair Brock’s “living food”...

The next generation: Birmingham millennials shape downtown renaissance

By Monique Jones The Birmingham Times The growth in Birmingham’s millennial workforce makes sense when considering the downtown revitalization. Railroad Park and the Parkside community, the recently-opened...

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