The Lakeshore Greenway project and tornado damaged Pratt City await news from TIGER grant award committee.
Posted in GeneralConsensus is forming on a number of key issues that face Birmingham in the months and years ahead. Weld Publisher Mark Kelly provides…
Weld publisher Mark Kelly explores the Birmingham electorate and posits some generalizations about the thoughts of the Birmingham public.
The "Good Mexican of the Week" is Weld! Gustavo prints an e-mail from us about getting our paper booted from a thrift store.
This week, the Mexican tells a gabacha how to nail down a Gardener with Benefits, and talks a bit about female goats.
Looking for leadership that can truly effect change.
Posted in ArticlesLooking for leadership that can truly effect change.
To some, Paul Finebaum is a top-notch investigative journalist and truth-teller extraordinaire, exposing the underbelly of college sports and holding programs accountable. For others, his…
The Mexican has some oldies-but-goodies, and he curses Alabama.
Mark Kelly didn't expect his Saturday to be nearly as uplifting as it was. Who knew Birmingham was full of such motivating voices?
"I was ready for Birmingham," Shuttlesworth said. "Birmingham wasn’t ready for me."
Shuttlesworth’s religious faith derived its power and authority from his utter willingness to offer his entire self in the service of that faith.
An ad-hoc coalition of local governments and agencies is seeking money that could change Birmingham and make the Birmingham greenways a reality.
While the superintendent and school board grapple over policy budgets, principals are on the front lines.
Posted in ArticlesIn the Birmingham City Schools, a committed principal & community partners make a big difference