The Williams Brothers Band to Perform at Clubhouse on Highland Thursday, May 30. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. | Music starts at 7 p.m.
Homewood contract arborist and leader of the Centennial Tree Project Henry Hughes talks about the role trees play in making our community vibrant and beautiful.
Self-effacing and quick to spread the credit for his success around to his wife, his parents, his sisters and brothers, his colleagues, and his staff, Dr. John Young seems more like a priest than a surgeon.
Ten things I learned from Don Cafaro, Mountain Brook Senior Arborist By Lee Hurley 1. Mountain Brook is…
With more than a decade of renovation experience under their belts and dozens of projects to their name, Jama and Geoffrey Ketcham got their start after successfully flipping a Homewood property in 2006.
I’m in an undisclosed location (Sorry: No narcs) listening to six dudes who aren’t supposed to be in a rock band being the best rock band in the world—well, at least in a 30-mile radius—at 5 pm on a dreary football Sunday in January.
Everyone knows that old saying. Let go of the thing you love. If it’s meant to be yours, it will eventually come back to you. Advice well-heeded in the case of old high school boyfriends and the baby squirrel my brothers once tried to make into a household pet. Advice that is much harder to bear, however, when it comes to the thing we love above all else: our children.
Lauren Steele is a Mississippi girl and licensed attorney who moved to Homewood when her husband, Dr. David Steele, came to UAB to complete a fellowship. Lauren started her blog, LC-Steele, in law school as a way to face her frustration with social media. Today, she has almost 200,000 Instagram (lc_steele) followers and devoted blog readers.
Cliff Spencer has the woodworking know-how. His wife Leigh handles the business operations. They collaborate on design. Together, they and their mighty team of six employees rescue hundreds of logs from the landfill and give them second life at Alabama Sawyer.
In her new book Glory Road, USA TODAY and Wall Street Journal bestselling authorLauren Denton brings readers a fresh new story featuring local Alabama culture, sprinkled with nuggets of gardening wisdom. Each element of Glory Road highlights the authors’ own experiences living in Mobile and Homewood, Alabama, along with influences from family and friends.