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Photo by Jon Anderson

Between 700 and 800 walkers showed up at Railroad Park in Birmingham Saturday morning. Read more

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Photo by Ron Burkett.

A small group of Birmingham women are creating an organization for women in scientific careers to network, mentor each other and learn how to share what they know with the broader community. Read more

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Birmingham AIDS Outreach will host the 25th Annual Magic City AIDS Walk and 5K Run, Sunday, Sept. 25, at Railroad Park. Read more

Happenings

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

    191102_Walk_to_end_epilepsy10

    Between 700 to 800 people showed up for the 2019 Alabama Walk to End Epilepsy at Railroad Park in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

    191102_Walk_to_end_epilepsy11

    Between 700 to 800 people showed up for the 2019 Alabama Walk to End Epilepsy at Railroad Park in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019.

  • 191102_Walk_to_end_epilepsy12

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    191102_Walk_to_end_epilepsy12

    Between 700 to 800 people showed up for the 2019 Alabama Walk to End Epilepsy at Railroad Park in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019.

  • 191102_Walk_to_end_epilepsy13

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    191102_Walk_to_end_epilepsy13

    Between 700 to 800 people showed up for the 2019 Alabama Walk to End Epilepsy at Railroad Park in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019.

  • 191102_Walk_to_end_epilepsy14

    Photo by Jon Anderson

    191102_Walk_to_end_epilepsy14

    Between 700 to 800 people showed up for the 2019 Alabama Walk to End Epilepsy at Railroad Park in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019.

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    Photo by Jon Anderson

    191102_Walk_to_end_epilepsy15

    Between 700 to 800 people showed up for the 2019 Alabama Walk to End Epilepsy at Railroad Park in Birmingham, Alabama, on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019.