With rumors swirling about the project, the housing authority meets but does nothing to clarify its future — or that of its residents.
The challenge of reporting in the era of “fake news” and Facebook.
Desert Island Supply Company’s reading series entertains and engages its audience and artists.
Two of Birmingham’s craft breweries venture into new territory.
The Birmingham-based band has been together for just over a year, but as their place on the SlossFest lineup shows, they’re already attracting major attention.
With ridership down and the search on for a new executive director — among other vacancies — the bus system faces an uncertain future.
In the international turmoil created by the U.K.’s Brexit vote, what happens next has implications for the Continent, for Britain and across the Western world.
Municipalities limited by “big government” from statehouses.
A review of last week’s performances, which mixed Beethoven with visual art.
As GOP lawmakers balk at the president’s latest Supreme Court nominee, it’s worth considering his late predecessor’s impact.
Outsider candidate moves up in the polls, draws an enthusiastic crowd downtown.
The Republican senator made stops in Trussville and Daphne this month.
The recently arrived maestro of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra challenges his musicians and finds them up to the task of building a legacy.
Birmingham patrons are lining up for library’s new music learning initiative.
The mentoring program founded by Marcus Carson provides new opportunities for at-risk male youth in the city school system.