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Photo by Brady Young. Courtesy UAB Media Relations.

Deanna Kuzmanic is the first UAB athlete since 2011 to be a Top 30 finalist for the prestigious award. Read more

Southside

Birmingham City Hall

Photo by Jesse Chambers

The Birmingham City Council approved the sale to two properties in Daniel Payne Industrial Park, will put $869,000 in Neighborhood Revitalization Fund. Read more

Central City

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Photo courtesy UAB Media Relations.

The new University Hall is to become UAB's first campus building to win a LEED certification for eco-friendly design and construction. Read more

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city council 9-10-19

Photo by Jesse Chambers

The city will spend about $862,000 to add 20 new operators to its 911 system. Read more

Central City

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Photo courtesy UAB Media Relations.

Alys Stephens Center and AEIVA will present Emerge Fest, featuring visual and performing artists, Sept. 13-14. Read more

Southside

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Photo courtesy of South Crestwood Neighborhood Association.

The Crestwood South Neighborhood Association hosted a ribbon cutting July 13 to mark the opening of a new half-mile section of the Clairmont Walking Trail. Read more

Crestwood

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Photo by Jesse Chambers.

Three Birmingham City Council seats will be at stake in a special election in October, the Council passed a city budget for fiscal year 2020 and the city is accepting applications for it's BOLD grants. Read more

Neck of the Woods

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Photo courtesy of Ben Porter Photography.

In late June, Sonic announced awards totaling about $720 to teachers in Birmingham’s Woodlawn, Eastwood, Titusville and Wylam communities. Read more

Woodlawn

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Rendering courtesy of the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame.

The historic Carver Theatre downtown has played host to hundreds of concerts, plays and films since it was purchased and partially renovated by the city of Birmingham in the early 1990s. Read more

Central City

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Photos courtesy UAB Media Relations.

With summer over and the beginning of the cultural season upon us, Iron City Ink thought it timely to offer a rundown of some of the leading arts venues and organizations in the city limits and note a few highlights from the upcoming year. Read more

Faces

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Photo by Jesse Chambers.

Fiesta, Alabama’s largest annual celebration of Hispanic art, music, food and dance, will be held at Linn Park on Saturday, Sept. 28, noon to 8 p.m. Read more

Happenings

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Staff photo.

The members of St. George Melkite Greek Catholic Church work hard to prepare traditional cuisine for their annual Middle Eastern Food Festival, which returns for the 38th year Sept. 19-21. Read more

Happenings

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

In another sign of the revitalization of Birmingham’s City Center, web services company Infomedia recently moved from Vestavia Hills to Lakeview. Read more

Business

Birmingham City Hall

Photo by Jesse Chambers

The Birmingham City Council will allow one developer to finish a facility downtown and another in Eastwood to add more interior units. Read more

Central City

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Photo by Jesse Chambers.

Retailer Ace Graham and Birmingham artist Shane B. recently unveiled a large mural they conceived in Five Points South, the first piece in a public art initiative led by the Five Points Alliance. Read more

Five Points South

Christine West

Photo courtesy of the artist.

Exhibitions by sculptor and installation artist Christina West and painter Quentin Morris opened on Aug,. 26 at the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts. Read more

Southside

Jason Ward

Photo by Mike Fernandez.

Ward will speak at Cahaba Brewing Co. in an appearance sponsored by Birmingham Audubon. Read more

Happenings

Do you or your organization have a neighborhood story to share? Iron City Ink is now accepting public submissions for our “Neck of the Woods” community section. Read more

Neck of the Woods

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Photo by Jesse Chambers.

Morningstar Storage seeks to finish construction of the facility despite a recent Council moratorium. Read more

Central City

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Photo courtesy UAB Media Relations.

Celebrating their 25th anniversary, the Marching Blazers offer three new shows this football season. Read more

Southside