Farms are getting short and county car tag lines are getting long due to the immigration law
An ad-hoc coalition of local governments and agencies is seeking money that could change Birmingham and make the Birmingham greenways a reality.
Congratulations to the Highland Park neighborhood, just south of downtown Birmingham, which has won the 2011 American Planning Association’s Great Places award, one of 10…
In Painting Dixie Red, provocative professor Glenn Feldman has compiled a history of how Republicans took over the South.
One man ran one red light & everything changed forever
While the superintendent and school board grapple over policy budgets, principals are on the front lines.
Birmingham’s Design Review Committee approved a new urban storefront Waffle House in Five Points South, in the Studio Arts Building facing the traffic circle. [Strictly prohibited…
Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve, one of America's largest urban preserves, deals with funding cuts.
Shown above is Campus Martius Park in the heart of downtown Detroit, MI. Opened in 2004, this public space has provided a welcome shot in…
“Bev knew what it means to be a citizen,” says Giles Perkins. The Birmingham businessman and civic leader died Sept. 6.
The single most critical element of Birmingham’s present hopes and future attainments: Its people.
Hubbert, Reed retirements mark a sea-change in Alabama politics and leave AEA's future in question.
Green branding expert Marc Stoiber talks future-proofing a city's brand in the wake of a disaster.
Eco-fears at Green Expo balanced by eco-dreams of better, more sustainable buildings
The county is closer to a debt settlement but still has far to go.