It’s Valentine’s week in the Magic City, and if the murmurings on social media I’m hearing are correct, there’s only one date night option this year: Black Panther, which hits theaters February 16.
You’ll want to grab the kiddos and head to theaters this weekend to see the much anticipated movie, Wonder.
Singer Oleta Adams brings her amazing vocals to the Magic City on Thursday, October 12 and Friday, October 13 at 7:30 p.m. each night at the Hoover Public Library.
We can all agree that cancer sucks. Brenda J. Phillips Hong, founder/executive director of Brenda’s Brown Bosom Buddies is doing her part to stomp it out. I recently spoke with Hong about Sistah Strut 2017, her event to bring breast cancer awareness, early detection and healthy living to the black community.
Mary J. Blige brings her Strength of a Woman Tour to Birmingham September 17 at 8 p.m. at the Legacy Arena at The BJCC.
School is officially out for the summer here in the Magic City. If you’re looking for ways to entertain the kiddos and to stay cool, check out these free and low-cost movies family movies in the Magic City.
Join Grammy nominee Alvin Garrett, American Idol Ruben Studdard and Logan the Entertainer for 2016’s Christmas With the Cats. The event, which is presented by Coca-Cola, will be held at the Carver Theatre (1631 Fourth Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35203) tonight and Friday (December 22 and 23) at 8 p.m. both nights.
If you’re looking to celebrate the Christmas season all December long, I’ve got you covered. Here are a few kid-friendly events happening around the Magic City.
If you’re interested in catching the North Pole Express at the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum, you’d better hurry. Tickets are almost sold out.
We’re only a few weeks away from Thanksgiving, which means plenty of naps, great food and good movies are in my future. Before I settle in for my yearly round of Hallmark and Freeform (formerly ABC Family) Christmas movie marathons, I want to go to the movie theater to see Almost Christmas.