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Rickey Smiley To Take Over Tom Joyner Morning Show

Times Staff Report Birmingham native Rickey Smiley will take over The Tom Joyner Morning Show when Joyner retires at the end of the year. Joyner said...

People, Places and Things

By Gwen DeRu TODAY BUSINESS IN THE BLACK at the Tutwiler Bar and Grill, 5-9 p.m. DR. IMANI PERRY, at the Hill Center Alumni Theatre 6 p.m. BRENT...

People, Places and Things

By Gwen DeRu TODAY BASS IN YOUR FACE with SEAN MICHAEL RAY, JUSTIN MCKINNEY, ALVIN GARRETT and featuring RALPH “BASS MAN” LEE at Perfect Note. DELFEAYO MARSALIS...

People, Places and Things

By Gwen DeRu TODAY VINTAGE PISTOL, JAMIE LOU AND THE HULLABALOO, and GHOSTWRITER at the Nick. COMEDIAN KIER at the StarDome Comedy Club. TIGERS JAW, 8 p.m. at...

Magic City Classic Week Events Went Way Beyond Football (Photos)

Birmingham Times Staff report Photos by Reginald Allen Magic City Classic Week had it all -- from entertainment with hip-hop and R&B artists, live DJs, freestyle...

PEOPLE, PLACES AND THINGS

BY GWEN DERU TODAY   DRU HILL and SILK LIVE at Taste of Soul at 1st and 23rd, 8 p.m. DJ spinning music at American Legion. 9 p.m. Insomnia...

PEOPLE, PLACES AND THINGS

BY GWEN DERU TODAY BERMUDA TRIANGLE at Iron City. ROOTS 2 GRASS, CHESHIRE POSSUM and MEGAN MCMILLAN at the Nick. COMEDIAN JB BALL at the StarDome Comedy Club. LESS...

#BlackHistoryMonth: Notable Alabamians, Part Twelve

Times staff report The AT&T Alabama African-American History Calendar has been highlighting the achievements of the state’s best and brightest since 2011. It highlights the...

Rickey Smiley hosts Motown-inspired Sickle Cell Foundation of Central Alabama gala

By Je’Don Holloway Talley The Birmingham Times The Sickle Cell Foundation of Central Alabama proudly presented its annual gala on Saturday, Feb. 11, at the downtown...

Foundation for Progress in Journalism Honors George Curry, Rickey Smiley and...

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times Growing up in Tuscaloosa, Ala., George Curry read newspapers and knew then that African-Americans needed a stronger voice in journalism. “He...

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