Never before has the Magic City garnered so much attention for its culinary talent. Meet some of the local notables new to the scene who continue to put the city on the food map.
Designers and friends Beth Hubrich and Elizabeth Lee have developed a special connection for making design fun and approachable. Welcome to their first backyard popup party they dubbed “The Upstairs Collection.”
“Get away every day” is the motto for Shoal Creek, and it definitely fits this beautiful development just south of the city.
What’s new is old again in this development, where homes are inspired by the classic waterfront retreats of yesterday.
Ashley McCullars brings vibrancy and happiness into everything she does—from her first-grade classroom to her colorful artwork.
Liberty Park has provided a true sense of community to over 1,400 families and counting.
Meet five women with very different passions who are making a difference in the lives of those around them.
Some people like to refer to Mt. Laurel as Birmingham’s Mayberry, thanks to its close-knit neighbors, sidewalk-lined streets, and self-supporting school and town center. But there’s much more happening here than the occasional cat stuck in a tree.
Everyone from empty-nesters to families with young kids are finding out why living in zip code 35203 might be the best place in town.
Reminiscent of its original days of making cola and baking biscuits, Pepper Place is now a thriving revitalization in one of the Magic City’s historic downtown districts.