The 7th Annual Magic City Brewfest is coming to Sloss Furnaces in North Birmingham on May 31 and June 1, 2013. This festival showcases over 70 different breweries, including beers poured exclusively from the J.Clyde Fire Truck. Throughout the festival, the breweries will serve over 200 different beers, some of them being exclusively brewed for the festival... [Read more...]
It is the dawn of a new era for one of the most storied organizations in baseball as the Birmingham Barons open the 2013 season at the brand new Regions Field.
Since 1885, the Barons have entertained residents of Birmingham, and they have been the AA affiliate of the Chicago White Sox for the last 25 years. Over those 25 years, the Barons have drawn over... [Read more...]
When slavery ended in the United States, people jumped with joy, and they continue to celebrate "Freedom Day" every year at the Birmingham Juneteenth Culture Fest. This festival kicks off on June 1st at Kelly Ingram Park, which is a four-acre park situated between 16th and 17th streets in the Birmingham Civil Rights District.
Suitable for the entire family,... [Read more...]
Does your child tug at your arm when you are in a supermarket? If so, he or she probably needs to gain some independence and the best way to promote this is to introduce them to summer camps for kids. You can find a variety of camps at the Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve, which is based on 1214 82 Street South.
If you are eager to show your kids what... [Read more...]
Do you enjoy a good spicy queso dip? How about salsa, guacamole, or even a great specialty dip? With summer comes the joy of attending the many fairs and festivals in our area. One local favorite is the yearly Birmingham Salsa Showdown, sponsored by the Sidewalk Film Festival Organization.
This spicy competition is sure to be a favorite yearly event for... [Read more...]