Urban Air Re-Opens And Offers Free Day For Essential Workers

Ahead of reopening to the public, Urban Air is honored to recognize all essential workers – and their families – with a free day of fun just for them. All those who serve on the frontlines (including, but not limited to, medical professionals, caregivers, first responders, law enforcement personnel as well as grocery store employees, ... Read More

Birmingham Zoo to Host Soft Reopening Limited to Members Only

Beginning Monday, June 8 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Birmingham Zoo will host a soft reopening limited only to Members and donors of our Emergency Animal Fund. The Zoo will reopen to the public three days later, on Thursday, June 11. “We are excited to welcome our guests back to their Zoo,” says ... Read More

Give your Home a Refresh!

We’ve all been spending way more time at home over the last few months and I don’t know about you, but all this extra time has made me focus on a lot of the things I want to change around my house, whether it’s updating bathrooms and knocking down walls or just finally getting to ... Read More

Buying a New Home During The Coronovirus

Last month our Resident Realtors, Scott Boudreaux and Sophia Leece from LAH Real Estate gave us some tips on how to sell your home during the Coronovirus, this month they’re back and giving us the deets on how to proceed if you’re looking to buy during this weird weird time. Everyone is being affected in ... Read More

5 Things to Know: Cahaba River National Wildlife Preserve

The Cahaba River National Wildlife Preserve is located in Bibb County, about any hour from Birmingham. This preserve boasts one of the largest habitats for the imperiled shoals lily (known around here as the Cahaba Lily) anywhere in the world. 5 Things to Know about Cahaba River National Wildlife Preserve 1. Go in late spring/early ... Read More

Birmingham Zoo Plans to Reopen in Phases with Restrictions

The Birmingham Zoo is preparing a plan to reopen amid changes to COVID-19 quarantine restrictions. The health and safety of our guests, staff, volunteers, and animals is paramount. The Zoo plans to reopen in phases, and in compliance with city, state, and federal guidelines and recommendations. Zoo administrators are preparing operational policies, practices, and procedures ... Read More

How to Balance Running a Business and Being a Mom

More than 13 million businesses in the US are owned by women, accounting for 42 percent of all privately held businesses, according to the 2019 State of Women-Owned Businesses Report by American Express. Gone are the days when women used to be left at home taking care of children while the men went to work. However, many ... Read More

Disinfectant Alternatives for Sanitizing your Home

Cleaning supplies and disinfectant wipes have been hard to come by since the Coronovirus began to spread and the stay at home orders went into effect. Here are some equally effective alternatives to use if you’re still not able to find Clorox wipes or cleaners you would normally use, in the stores. Any product that ... Read More

Being Green In Quarantine

For the past year, our family has worked to reduce our reliance on single-use plastic. But how do you stay green in the middle of a pandemic when Starbucks can’t use personal cups, your curbside groceries are all bagged in plastic, and take out comes in styrofoam containers? It’s not easy. We’ve limited our take-out ... Read More

12 Tips For Parenting Young Kids While Sheltering in Place

Children and Screens has teamed up with some of the top experts in the fields of parenting, education, and child psychology to bring you a new series of helpful hints and common-sense suggestions for navigating the uncertain days and weeks ahead. Raising young kids can be tricky, even under the best of circumstances, but as ... Read More