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Congregations in Homewood, Ala., Established in the 19th Century

The city of Homewood, Alabama, was formed in 1926, yet it hosts a number of Christian congregations founded before 1900. Three of them were formed within the city’s current limits. 870 more words

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Map of Birmingham's 1926 Racial Zoning

In 1926 the government of Birmingham, Alabama, adopted a zoning ordinance based on race. The map that showed which areas were designated for the residences of white persons and which areas for African Americans is… 281 more words

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Convention Tuesdays: Magic City Con 2020 Is Cancelled

The Coronavirus pandemic is claiming large scale events that feature many people gathering together.  And this includes just about all conventions.  It’s practically impossible to socially distance from other people at conventions.  325 more words

Birmingham Alabama

The Evening Post: Birmingham I20/59 Rainbow LED Bridges

A new feature has been installed under the I-20/59 bridges in downtown Birmingham.  Color changing LED’s are now operating in night, and they make for a great rainbow light show.  10 more words


Denominations Differ on When to Reopen Churches

In the Birmingham, Alabama, area, major denominations are adopting different dates concerning when churches should reopen after being closed for now nearly a month due to Covid-19 precautions. 161 more words


How to Style Around Your TV

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Roadscapes Wednesday: Interstate 20 and 59 Birmingham New Bridges Video

It was a matter of time before someone recorded a time-lapse road video of the new Interstate 20 and Interstate 59 bridge viaduct in downtown Birmingham.  20 more words