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  • 9/14/16 11:03 am EDT

    New York has the High Line, Chicago has its Millennium Park and Birmingham — we have Railroad Park, which, like its peers, was built around railroad tracks and has helped revitalize a city and provide a gathering space for all residents.

  • 9/7/16 11:04 am EDT

    What happens when you combine real-time art with a group of people gathered in a room to celebrate success and raise money for a good cause? A little bit of magic.

  • 8/24/16 11:09 am EDT

    A trip to the theater should be a thing of joy — an escape from the day-to-day, an entry into a world of creativity. But for families of children with autism, attending a live theater performance can be difficult. That’s why Red Mountain Theatre and the Autism Society of Alabama have teamed up to create sensory-friendly productions that make theater accessible to everyone.

  • 8/11/16 11:18 am EDT

    This August, Dr. Laura Fiveash will stand at the doors of the Spring Valley School and welcome students into this special school’s new home. Located in the former Aldersgate Methodist Church on Lakeshore Parkway, the school has moved into its first permanent home. Its mission is personal to Executive Director Dr. Fiveash.

  • 7/29/16 11:14 am EDT

    If you’ve driven down Birmingham’s 3rd Avenue North, chances are you’ve passed the red brick Firehouse Shelter countless times. But you may not know what happens within those walls.

  • 7/15/16 11:20 am EDT

    There once was a time when Mona Leopard didn’t know if she would be able to dance at her son’s wedding. By her own admission, she was struggling with her weight, unable to do all the things she wanted to do. But after making some major life changes to make sure she could, last year she did just that.

  • 5/31/16 11:22 am EDT

    It’s not every day that someone gets to dig into Birmingham’s history — literally. But in May, that's exactly what volunteers from Protective Life had the opportunity to do. With hands in the soil, they helped build Red Mountain Park’s newest resource — a 12-table picnic area that makes the park more accessible to all.

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