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LEXI COON

The Lumbar, a science-themed bar, offers a new space for concoctions, collaboration and relaxed creation. more

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

PrideFest was held at Sloss Furnaces June 10, the day after the annual Pride Parade took place in downtown Birmingham. more

Happenings

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Photos by Sarah Finnegan.

Since 2014, Saw’s Street Kitchen — the food truck of Saw’s BBQ — has been traversing the Birmingham metro area, serving as an ambassador for the group of restaurants. more

Sips & Bites

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

Baking is no easy feat: each batch requires patience, accuracy and a little bit of love. If you’re Caedan Oliver and Sarah Schlund, owners of Beehive Baking Company, you add a little bit of local, too. more

Crestwood

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To help local boys find greater opportunities both in and beyond the confines of a classroom, a new school recently opened in Crestwood: The Renaissance Academy Prep School for Boys. more

Crestwood

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Photo by Lexi Coon.

In recent weeks, the Crestwood Pharmacy and Soda Fountain opened its doors in the Shoppes at Crestwood. more

Crestwood

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Photos by Sarah Finnegan.

Birmingham native flexes creative muscle at Akioboy. more

Business

Along with Birmingham’s upcoming mayoral race and election for city council, Birmingham City Schools is also holding elections for new Board of Education members. This year, there are 32 candidates in the running for a total of nine seats. more

Along with Birmingham’s upcoming mayoral race and election for city council, Birmingham City Schools is also holding elections for new Board of Education members. This year, there are 32 candidates in the running for a total of nine seats. more

Along with Birmingham’s upcoming mayoral race and election for city council, Birmingham City Schools is also holding elections for new Board of Education members. This year, there are 32 candidates in the running for a total of nine seats. more

Along with Birmingham’s upcoming mayoral race and election for city council, Birmingham City Schools is also holding elections for new Board of Education members. This year, there are 32 candidates in the running for a total of nine seats. more

Along with Birmingham’s upcoming mayoral race and election for city council, Birmingham City Schools is also holding elections for new Board of Education members. This year, there are 32 candidates in the running for a total of nine seats. more

Along with Birmingham’s upcoming mayoral race and election for city council, Birmingham City Schools is also holding elections for new Board of Education members. This year, there are 32 candidates in the running for a total of nine seats. more

Along with Birmingham’s upcoming mayoral race and election for city council, Birmingham City Schools is also holding elections for new Board of Education members. This year, there are 32 candidates in the running for a total of nine seats. more

Along with Birmingham’s upcoming mayoral race and election for city council, Birmingham City Schools is also holding elections for new Board of Education members. This year, there are 32 candidates in the running for a total of nine seats. more

Along with Birmingham’s upcoming mayoral race and election for city council, Birmingham City Schools is also holding elections for new Board of Education members. This year, there are 32 candidates in the running for a total of nine seats. more

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

From June 2-15, over 10,000 athletes aged 55 to 100+ years old will compete in 19 different sports throughout the city. more

Happenings

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

As demand for on-campus housing meets UAB’s current supply, students spill over into city’s emerging housing market courting young professionals, families. more

Faces

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Izor said the open house was a chance to get everyone out into the open air and enjoy springtime, and in the future, MAKEbhm is planning on having a open house every few months to showcase something new. more

Happenings

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Photos by Sarah Finnegan.

Growing fresh produce doesn’t necessarily take acres of farmland. Given a small plot or a patio and some spare time, healthy and fresh foods can become much more readily available even in the hustle and bustle of cities. more

Faces