Birmingham, Alabama has a wide variety of different cultures especially when it comes to food. Below are five ethnic restaurants to enjoy with your family and friends! 1. Grab some delicious bbq at Saw's It’s only in the Southern US states where the word barbecue is not an adjective. It’s a noun, and for some, it’s a world all its own. Walking into a true hole-in-the-wall barbecue such as SAW’s BBQ is more than just a place to get some really good food to go, or to sit and enjoy a leisurely meal. It’s an experience.
Looking for one of Birmingham's hidden gems? Explore this must-see vintage bookstore, Jim Reed Books.
Earth Day comes around every year on April 22 but the history and idea behind the day is not commonly discussed. The concept for Earth Day was for the nation to focus on the environment for one day. Founder Gaylord Nelson was a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin. After seeing the 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara and being ruled by the student anti-war movement, he related the public needed to be aware of the air and water pollution they were contributing. Nelson worked until the next year Earth Day Network states that "on April 22, 1970, 20 million Americans took to the streets, parks, and auditoriums to demonstrate for a healthy, sustainable environment in massive coast-to-coast rallies." Learn more about Earth Day.
May 1963, Kelly Ingram Park held organized protests and boycotts as a part of the …
Meet Ashley Steiner, a junior at Samford University in Birmingham by way of Overland Park, …
String Theory in Birmingham is a local music group that performs rock n roll and pop songs on classical instruments. It is a new take on a string quartet, and they play gigs, private events, and concerts in Birmingham and Jefferson County. The musicians play instruments such as the violin, viola, cello, bass or drums.
Birmingham has increasingly become a hub for foodies from all over the world. With people from varying backgrounds come new flavors, styles and innovations. April 2018 food festivals will transcend common customs and give Birmingham natives a new taste of the inventive city around them. 8th Annual Girl's Inc. Cajun COOK-Off Saturday, April 7, 2018. 11AM-2PM; Railroad Park Get some fresh air next weekend and enjoy live music, a kid zone and a mix of Cajun favorites like gumbo, jambalaya and shrimp and grits at Railroad Park. The cook-off supports Girls Inc. of Central Alabama, a program that provides a wide-range of educational programs for school-age girls in Birmingham. Tickets are $25 for adults and children under 12 get in for free.
Here in Birmingham, coffee seems to run through the city's veins like it runs through the fictional veins of Lorelai Gilmore. If you're looking for a place to study, catch up with a friend, or fuel your day, we've got you covered. Here are five unique coffee shops in Birmingham, AL. 1. seeds coffee company, 174 Oxmoor Rd, Birmingham, AL 35209 Seeds is has an industrial-rustic chic and laid-back atmosphere that's always buzzing with studious college students and twenty-somethings.
You deserve a night out. If you are a college student like me, you are probably juggling six or more classes, an internship for academic credit and a paid full-time job just to pay your rent. Because of all these things, you have the right to treat yourself every once and a while. The issue often tends to be that, though you may want a night out, you cannot afford to spend a lot of money. That is where I come in. Having lived in the city of Birmingham my whole life, I knew quite a few spots that can help you save a few bucks while enjoying what the city has to offer. Here is a short list of three different locations in Birmingham on the cheap. You can find directions to each location by clicking on the venue name in the list.