The economics and ethics of personal injury law.
Amid a pointed conversation about ties to the mayor, city council votes against resolution appointing a full-time liaison for My Brother’s Keeper initiative.
Newspapers in Education Week is a reminder that we all need to learn how to understand “news."
Jung Gwang Il's organization smuggles news, film, and television into his homeland with the aim to educate an oppressed citizenry.
The singer-songwriter and Birmingham native talks her new album, 'Tourist in This Town.'
Anti-Semites want to weaken JCCs because they know what the centers contribute to communities.
The band bring their self-titled debut album to Seasick Records on Friday, March 10.
New York-based musician Lætitia Tamko talks her acclaimed debut album, the compact, complex 'Infinite Worlds.'
Jay Farrar talks his new, blues-influenced album ahead of Thursday night's show at WorkPlay.
How life in L.A. influenced singer/songwriter’s new album.
A recent vote highlights the precarious financial situation of Birmingham City Schools.
Exploring the difference — but interconnectedness — of clearing one’s craw and reporting the news.
Birmingham City Council delays resolution supporting state legislation that would use Jefferson County pistol permit fees to fund cemetery maintenance.
The singer-songwriter brings her desolate brand of folk to Saturn on Monday, March 6.
Dallas Green talks about the similarities and differences between his two musical identities: post-hardcore guitarist and folk singer-songwriter.