Jul 30, 2019
Jul 30, 2019
It’s time for Friday night lights, plus markets, live theatre, festivals and more. Here find all the details on what is going on where.
Jul 2, 2019
A patio behind Shades Cahaba Elementary transitioned into a hair studio one afternoon in May as 12 girls lined up with ponytails, ready to have at least 8 inches cut off. These
Jul 1, 2019
Beth Hubrich’s taste for a bold mix of old and new fills her historic Broadway home.
First they brought us Gianmarco’s. Now they are serving up Pizzeria GM in West Homewood. Here’s the story of the family—and the pizza oven—behind it all.
Walt Harris might be a professional mixed martial arts fighter, but he knows what it feels like to be bullied too.
Heather Whitley knows the power of horses for a wounded spirit, and now through Rusted Roof Barn she’s seeking to heal their wounds too.
The most beloved faculty member at Hall-Kent Elementary might just be its service dog.
What does it look like to remove single-use plastics from your home? You can buy shampoo bars, find reusable grocery bags and make your own cleaning solutions—but really the best starting point is to ask Mary Liz Ingram.
This Edgewood gallery is part studio, part exhibition space, part classroom and part community center.
Homewood’s newest spot for queso and margaritas will also beg you for a game of corn hole on the patio or to come back for Taco Tuesday… or should we say Tostadas Tuesday?
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