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Retailers and Restaurants Birmingham Should Have Already

As we hear about available retail space, commercial redevelopment, and new development, it’s time some of our favorite names should take advantage and jump into the Birmingham market. H&M – What gives? Huntsville already has an H&M, how do we not rank one as well? H&M [...]

Halloween Treats for Costume Wearers – Full Moon BBQ, Moe’s, etc.

Halloween is not only the night the kids get candy, it’s the night we get to be stage moms and exploit expose our kids’ alter-egos to the bounty of generous merchants. On Halloween, kids in costume will receive a free half moon cookie at Full [...]

The Pantry: Perfect Lunch Spot for Mom

Back to School = Lunch without a Kids Menu.  The timing could not be better because this week is also Birmingham Restaurant Week.   During this annual event, local restaurants offer a wonderfully priced, set menu that provides a taste of the chef’s best. Our first [...]

Camp Swoozie’s for Tween Girls August 5th

Two lessons Southern Girls learn from birth: Mind your mama and mind your manners. We didn’t always mind our mamas, but we do know how to mind our manners, and it’s becoming a lost art. Swoozie’s at the Summit is hosting a series of fun-size [...]

Protecting Birmingham Families: Toxic City Encore Presentation

Each summer, my family plants a few vegetables in the back yard -mostly for the experience – and we find great delight when we can pull a cucumber, tomato or pepper from the yard.   This year, I look at those vegetables differently and I [...]

Lucy and Ruby’s Brainy Day – May 3rd

Lucy and Ruby are sisters.  Lucy and Ruby are young (ages 9 and 7, respectively), precious and loved deeply.  They are obviously action-oriented, creative girls with a big heart for good.   Lucy and Ruby also bear the loss of their father, Scott Harris – [...]

Food Truck Round-Up for Preschool Partners Promises Food & Fun

You won’t have to follow a Facebook post or a Tweet to know where to find some of Birmingham’s best food trucks this Saturday, April 26th. They’ll be at Food Truck Round-Up, a family-friendly event that  benefits Preschool Partners and will take place at the [...]

Trussville CityFest set for May 3rd

The 34th Annual Trussville City Fest will be held on Saturday, May 3.  The day long festival will feature music, a classic car show,  and great kids activities.  The festival lasts from 11am to 9pm and admission is just $5 per person (children under 2 [...]

Moms in Training Program Launches This Spring

Beginning this Spring, the Alabama chapter of the Leukemia Society will host Moms in Training (MIT).  This program, modeled after their Team in Training program, offers a 9-week supervised running / walking program that will end with a group 5k run on May 17th at [...]

You Can’t Have It All Until School Is Year Round

During the summer of 2012, Dr. Anne-Marie Slaughter thoughtfully presented an argument that our generation of moms has known since the day our first child was born – Women Can’t Have It All – at least not the “all” contemplated by our Mom’s generation who [...]