Bassist Nick Harmer talks how the indie rock band has found a new sense of energy, 20 years in.
Birmingham-based punk band unleashes first single off upcoming album 'The Cavemen We Become.'
Discussion about law enforcement of neighborhood parking ordinances threatened to derail the April 25 meeting.
“The oldest nonprofit in Birmingham you’ve never heard of” continues to expand its mission after over a century of service.
Druid Hills President Amie Evans discusses the urban blight and generational divides facing her “quiet, lovable” neighborhood.
A relatively quiet council meeting was marked by paving contracts and a withdrawn proposal to fund a study of I-20/59.
Ahead of his band's performance at Iron City, Michael James talks his band's newest reinvention.
Thor Harris discusses the classical and electronic influences of his hypnotic new project.
Neighborhood President Myeisha Hutchinson discusses potential solutions to Oak Ridge’s Park’s problems with poverty and community involvement.
Martin Courtney explains why his band’s new album, 'In Mind,' is meant for more than just relaxing.
He’s a family-friendly sitcom star with a famously filthy stand-up act. With his latest tour, he hopes dirty jokes can help heal a divided country.
Graymont president Willine Body talks about the struggles and division facing her neighborhood.
One of hip-hop’s most provocative new voices is headed to Birmingham.
Crestwood North president Darrell O’Quinn discusses the need for education and infrastructure.
The March 21 meeting featured discussions on the city’s World Trade Center application, a long-term Interstate 20/59 study, and a proposed subdivision.