Holding government accountable isn't courageous, it's our civic duty.
Lashunda Scales isn't the problem with the city council, but she does exemplify it.
What could make a governor even worse than George Wallace?
At this unique juncture in Birmingham history, the stakes are higher than ever.
Reassessing the William Bell narrative.
While alluring, superficial victories won't solve Birmingham's abiding problems.
The animal behind the UA mascot is endangered and one alum wants the Tide faithful to rise up.
Protest over Social Security Building debacle hints at discontent with city leaders.
It's past time for the garish, ironic Pepsi sign to go.
With ALDOT still open to change on 20/59, city leaders have to seize the opportunity.
A new peak of optimism doesn't erase the specter of missed opportunities.
TEDxBirmingham's positivity was inspiring; now it's time to put in some hard work.
While not ideal, the freight depot situation offers silver linings.
This week, Red Dirt works through some issues.
Hoping for mass transit -- and better leadership -- in the wake of the snow storm.