It’s a week of celebrations at Magic City Momma. Not only are we excited about Christmas, the most Splonderful time of the year, but we’re also celebrating the birthdays of three of my favorite women.
Christmas just ain’t Christmas until I hear certain holiday songs. As I’ve gotten older, there are gospel songs that remind me of the true reason for the season, but the following songs take me back to my childhood and are a sure sign Christmas is right around the corner.
It’s the first official weekend of the Christmas season, and there’s lots to do in the Magic City, whether you want to stay home or go out.
It’s officially my most favorite time of the year. In addition to celebrating the real reason for the season, there is lots of food, family and fun going on in our house.
It’s Thanksgiving weekend in Birmingham, and for many that means food, football and fun.
The Thanksgiving holidays are a week away. There’s plenty to do in the Magic City to celebrate this weekend.
Here are a few events to start getting you in the holiday spirit this weekend in the Magic City. George Benson Legendary musician George Benson will perform on Friday, November 13 at 8 p.m. at the Alys Stephens Center. This event marks Benson’s first visit to Birmingham in four decades. Purchase tickets for this must-see performance.
I’ve been a Brenda Jackson fan since I worked with her while I was the consulting editor for Arabesque romance.
Movies and more are happening in the Magic City this weekend.
It’s Classic weekend in the Magic City, so activities abound.