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Roadscapes Wednesday: ALDOT Screws Up A Brand New Interstate Sign In Birmingham

Gotta love ALDOT, and the contractors that work for them.  This week, crews installed a new BGS (Big Green Sign) over I-20 West / I-59 South before the I-65 junction.  122 more words

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The Evening Post: 4-Year-Old Birmingham Superhero Helps To Feed the Homeless

This story came from the CBS Evening News.  On their segment On The Road with Steve Hartman, they profiled a young 4-year-old kid named Austin Perine.  70 more words

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The Evening Post: Highlands Bar and Grill Wins Most Outstanding Restaurant In America Award

A Birmingham area restaurant won big at the 2018 James Beard Foundation Awards.  Highlands Bar and Grill won the most outstanding restaurant in america award by the James Beard Foundation.  136 more words

The Evening Post Stuff

Get Ready For The NBA’s Houston Rockets And Memphis Grizzlies To Play In Birmingham

UPDATE: This article was written by Michael Tomberlin from Alabama NewsCenter.  Learn more at: http://alabamanewscenter.com

Alabama native and NBA legend Robert Horry announced the Houston Rockets… 375 more words

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Birmingham Engagement: Allie + Riley

I had the wonderful opportunity to photograph this lovely couple and fur-family in the great state of Alabama!  Birmingham, AL is a beautiful city with a rich history and unique architecture.  143 more words

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May 2, 1963 -- Black Children Arrested and Assaulted While Protesting Segregation in Birmingham

On May 2, 1963, more than 700 black children protesting racial segregation in Birmingham, Alabama, were arrested, blasted with fire hoses, clubbed by police, and attacked by police dogs. 330 more words

This day in history -- April 10, 1956 -- Nat King Cole Attacked by White Men While Performing in Birmingham, Alabama

On April 10, 1956, African American singer and pianist Nat King Cole was performing before a white-only audience of 4000 at the Municipal Auditorium in Birmingham, Alabama, when he was attacked and knocked down by a group of white men. 324 more words

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