Birmingham Holiday traditions then and now!

Some may recall the Enchanted Forest at the Pizitz or the Christmas light display on 20th street; Birmingham has a rich history and continues to create new traditions. As we take you through a deep dive into the historic holiday seasons, Birmingham is continuing to change to be a more inclusive and vibrant city.


Four unique and local small businesses to support this holiday season!

The holiday season is in full swing, and we have the perfect place to not only buy unique gifts but also support the community.  We are highlighting four local small businesses that can help you check off some holiday shopping!


There’s Holiday Magic back in the streets of Birmingham!

Shopping locally has never been so easy! You can support small businesses at our Holiday Magic Market this Friday from 4 – 8 pm. The market will be conveniently located on 20th Street between 2nd and 4th Avenue North. There will be over 15 vendors and a LIVE on 20th street performance!


More than just looks, the role 20th street plants play during winter

With winter approaching, most plants on 20th are entering dormancy. These plants provide more than just a pretty landscape they also support native wildlife. The plants chosen for the Birmingham Green refresh were strategically placed to offer low-maintenance options and add a sense of place. Plants play a much larger role than just looking attractive.


The ultimate 2022 guide for your downtown Birmingham holiday plans!

Downtown Birmingham has more — ways to celebrate the holidays! The Magic City is the heart of the community and offers many fun, unique, and family-friendly activities for all to enjoy. From the Alabama Theatre’s Holiday Film Series to The Nutcracker – make your plans to experience the Birmingham Holiday Magic downtown! We created an interactive calendar of all the holiday events happening in downtown Birmingham. Choosing the Magic City to celebrate Christmas time has never been easier.


Don’t miss out on the Magic City’s 75th annual Veterans Day parade!

At REV Birmingham, we love the fact that downtown is the best place for large community-wide celebrations. One of the most vibrant places to celebrate Veterans Day is the city center of Birmingham! Visitors from all areas and backgrounds mingle with Birmingham’s downtown workforce and neighbors at the greatest Veterans Day parade to honor those who have served. Which the 75th annual Veterans Day coming up, here’s what you need to know about all the festivities!


10 surprising facts you didn’t know about Birmingham!

New to Birmingham, or maybe you’re going on a date with a Birminghamian? Here are some fun facts you will be sure to impress friends, dates, and coworkers! We found ten unique and cool facts about Birmingham so you don’t have to!


Why are businesses choosing to move to Birmingham? OnCentive has no regrets!

Businesses are on the move to Birmingham! Meet Shannon Scott, the CEO of OnCentive and Trak Capital who recently moved his company from Gadsden to Birmingham, Alabama this past year. OnCentive helps small and mid-size businesses by investing extra capital into their organization. The team at OnCentive consults with clients on federal programs that they are potentially eligible to receive and qualify for business incentives and tax credits.


Let’s recap the final Linn Park workshop!

September 5th marked a milestone in the Re-vision Linn Park planning process: a drafted concept was revealed based on the feedback of Birmingham community members.
This third community meeting was also an opportunity for the project consultant team to share insight into the vision for Linn Park, report to the community on emerging themes of a renewed park identity, and next steps in this process. If you were not at the meeting, no worries. You can view the park concepts, and send in your feedback to the consultant team today!


Join us for the third and final Re-vision Linn Park public workshop!

We’ve made it to the third and final public workshop for Re-vision Linn Park! Partners behind Re-Vision Linn Park will wrap up the community engagement process at the last public workshop on Tuesday, October 4, at Boutwell Auditorium. Community members can participate and provide feedback on a park design concept in the noon or 5:30 p.m. session – so come out one last time and let your voice be heard!


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