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Do Dah Day 2019 (1)

Photo by Jon Anderson

Thousands of dogs and people descended on Highland Avenue and Rhodes Park for the 41st annual event. Read more

Sights

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Photo by Sydney Cromwell.

Herod was born and raised in East Lake and continues to live there, though a career in the Merchant Marines took him around the world before he retired, including four circumnavigations. Read more

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Photos by Sydney Cromwell.

The Red Mountain Search Dog Association is a 3-year-old volunteer organization with the goal of becoming the go-to search and rescue team for Central Alabama. Read more

Faces

Do Dah Day

Patty Bradley Shay Allen

Do Dah Day returns to Caldwell and Rhodes Parks in Southside on May 20 with its wacky but family-friendly event that uses a pet parade, live music and a spring-festival atmosphere to raise money for local animal welfare groups. Read more

Happenings

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Photo by Jesse Chambers.

Dog lovers in East Lake can rejoice: They are now allowed to take their dogs to East Lake Park, as long as they keep the animals on a leash. Read more

East Lake

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Sydney Cromwell

Downtown businesses making 4-legged friends part of company cultures Read more

Business

  • Do Dah Day 2019 (1)

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    Do Dah Day 2019 (1)

    Kaizer, a German shepherd, came painted in a "Captain America" theme for the 2019 Do Dah Day parade and festival in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, May 18, 2019. He came with Gisselle Colin of the McCalla community in western Jefferson County.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    Gisselle Colin of the McCalla community in western Jefferson County brought Kaiser painted in a "Captain America" theme at the 2019 Do Dah Day parade and festival in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, May 18, 2019.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    Dogs make their way along Highland Avenue as part of the 2019 Do Dah Day parade in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, May 18, 2019.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    Rachel Daniel of the Highland Park community in Birmingham, Alabama, (in red) and Delaine Green of the Crestwood community sit with Britain (in the Scooby Doo mystery machine outfit) at the 2019 Do Dah Day parade and festival in Rhodes Park in Birmingham on Saturday, May 18, 2019.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

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    Representatives for the Friends of Cats and Dogs Foundation make their way along Highland Avenue as part of the 2019 Do Dah Day parade in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, May 18, 2019.

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    Lisa Nelems of Northport, Alabama, (in purple) walks with her Harlequin Great Dane, Piper, at the 2019 Do Dah Day festival in Rhodes Park in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, May 18, 2019.