Ask Ama Shambulia what she most enjoys about her “Mama Ama’s Marinated ‘Greens’ Salad” (see below) and she’ll tell you it’s the recipe’s use of fresh, seasonal produce. “This salad is ALIVE with flavor,” she says enthusiastically. But to get it right, she adds, it has to be made with love. And Shambulia means that quite… Read More
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Birmingham Mayor William Bell welcomes Victor Mendez of the Federal Highway Administration to historic ground breaking the Red Rock Ridge and Valley Trail system
May brings three conference calls for nonprofit organizations to learn more about how to receive a grant from the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham.
Scott Jones joins Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham staff as Director of Marketing and Communications, with official welcome from office dog Jack Rushing.
International light artist Bill FitzGibbons in Birmingham for Paint The Town Red providing a hint of what’s to come from Community Catalyst Funds investment.
New members join committee for Remy Fund for Pets and Animal Services, get ready for applications with April 30, 2013, deadline..
Parkside District hums with activity for opening night of Barons baseball and the promise of so much more, including new light-art project in 18th Street underpass.
Birmingham Comprehensive Plan draft presentation cites the importance of connectivity and the first investment in light-art for the 18th Street underpass.
Community Catalyst Fund grant of $247,000 will create a light-art installation in the 18th Street underpass near Railroad Park and a master plan for lighting across the City Center.
Funding partnership brings national Breakthrough Collaborative to Birmingham this summer, offering boost for seventh-graders and focusing on high-achieving, low-income students.