The Sunset Cinema film series is featuring Red Tails (PG-13), a fictionalized story of the Tuskeegee Airmen who did our state proud in WWII. Imagine, we can watch the movie just a short interstate drive away from where the Tuskeegee Airmen came together all those years ago. And we can watch a movie in the same year it was released, which is big for those of us who are still using our Netflix accounts to catch up on the films we missed while painting nurseries and surviving bedtime.
Dinner is settled, too. Momma Goldberg’s has opened a downtown location in the first floor of Cityville across from the BBVA Compass Bank building.* From 4 p.m until 10 p.m. on October 18th, Momma G’s will donate 15% of all sales to Baptist Medical Center Princeton. That allows plenty of time to grab a drink, a Momma’s Love and nachos (the quintessential Momma’s meal) and make it a picnic dinner at Railroad Park, all while benefitting a Birmingham community health provider.
It’s so nice to see the developments taking root downtown and providing events in pleasant outdoor gathering spaces. Thanks to Momma Goldbergs for its support of the community health efforts of Princeton Baptist Medical Center.
*For those of you who can’t keep up with all the changes in landmarks, the BBVA Compass building was formerly known as the Daniel Building, which has always struck me as an architect’s interpretation of seersucker stripes.