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Birmingham’s new City Walk park is a 31-acre community hub

July brought the long-awaited World Games to the Magic City, and with it, the opening of City Walk BHAM, a 10-block, 31-acre multipurpose park and gathering space located under the Interstate 59/20 overpass in downtown. The 1.5-mile linear park runs from 15th Street North to 25th Street North and includes plans for numerous recreation, art, and green spaces. Designed by Barge Design Solutions and pushed forward by the Alabama Department of Transportation, the goal for City Walk is to offer something for every type of Birmingham resident, from a dog park and market spaces to pickleball courts and a beer garden.  

By |August 19, 2022|

Day-in-the-life of University of Alabama President, Dr. Stuart Bell

Have you ever wondered what the President of a University does on a daily basis? Well, we have the inside scoop of typical day-in-the-life of University of Alabama President Dr. Stuart R. Bell. You may be wondering; does he wake up to a full pot of coffee like the rest of us? How many crimson ties does he have to choose from each morning? If it’s raining, does he still walk to his office from the President’s mansion or catch a ride?

By |August 18, 2022|

3 beautiful places to golf in North Alabama

North Alabama’s golfing community is one of vibrance and variety. With such a beautiful landscape serving as the backdrop to these greens, it can be easy to get lost in the environment and shank your shot for par into the majestic forests in the distance. When the time comes to set a tee-time this summer, here are a few North Alabama courses to take a swing at.

By |July 26, 2022|

Here’s what to expect at the World Games in Birmingham this summer

After a year's delay, the long-awaited World Games are right around the corner. The 11th edition of The World Games will return to the U.S. for the first time since their premiere in 1981 in Santa Clara, California. And our very own Birmingham is ready to welcome the games with open arms as this year’s host city. 

By |June 24, 2022|
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