Kevin Sutton had been a vocal proponent of the cash-strapped city's community.
Fairview Neighborhood President Gerri Robinson discusses ways of keeping her community involved and why city officials should be more “amenable” to neighborhoods.
Mayoral candidate and pastor promises a “community-centric” approach to governance.
'Weld' joins a growing list of news organizations around the country charting the rise of hate speech and acts.
Bassist Nick Harmer talks how the indie rock band has found a new sense of energy, 20 years in.
The owner of the Birmingham-based fast-food restaurant discusses updating its brand without straying from its roots.
Birmingham-based punk band unleashes first single off upcoming album 'The Cavemen We Become.'
Courtney Jaye talks the long road to her duo's debut album.
Venture for America brings motivated young professionals to town connecting talents to a place they might otherwise have overlooked.
Poverty, education and crime intertwine in Birmingham, leaving educators, politicians and a community searching for answers.
Why we should reject Birmingham’s slow descent into abysmal voter turnout — and take our civic duty seriously.
Discussion about law enforcement of neighborhood parking ordinances threatened to derail the April 25 meeting.
Before he heads to the Lyric Theatre, the legendary bluegrass and country musician talks working with Johnny Cash and his new album, 'Way Out West.'
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute pays tribute to Japanese-American survivors of U.S. internment camps — connecting the dots between a wartime disgrace and 21st-century fears.
The city’s food truck population is growing and in some cases, expanding to store fronts.