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Tips for a Cleaner and Healthier Home with Stanley Steemer

During these uncertain times, we understand that many people have questions about disinfecting and sanitizing their homes. Stanley Steemer teams are actively monitoring communications from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”), the World Health Organization (“WHO”), and federal agencies to ensure they are operating consistent with the latest guidance to contain the spread ... Read More

What Does a Buyer’s Agent Do

After helping many first time home buyers successfully buy their dream home, Scott and Sophia noticed something that they wanted to share with as many future first time home buyers as possible! What they noticed was that several of these buyers weren’t aware that they had the ability to use a buyer’s agent to represent ... Read More

Birmingham Zoo Launches Virtual Zoo on Social Media

Birmingham Zoo Launches Virtual Zoo on Social Media The Birmingham Zoo has successfully launched a virtual zoo on social media. Already having gained thousands of views across the country, the new content aims to keep guests at home connected to the organization and animals they love. Dedicated Zoo staff have constructed a clever way to ... Read More

Spring Wardrobe Essentials for Fashionable Moms

With the flowers in full bloom and the sun gloriously shining, spring is a season of new beginnings. And there’s no better way to get this sense of renewal by breathing some new life into your closet. It doesn’t have to be elaborate or drastic changes, as all you’ll need are these essentials for a ... Read More

Perspectives of COVID-19 from a Pediatric Psychologist

By Dan Marullo, Ph.D. With COVID-19 being declared a pandemic, we are now tasked to change our personal and collective behavior. It is understandable that many will experience fear, anxiety and anger in the coming days and weeks. This is normal and certainly a typical reaction to a crisis. However, whether we respond with grace ... Read More

New England Aquarium offering virtual programming during temporary closures

With students across New England (and the US) home from school amid closures related to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, the New England Aquarium is offering special virtual programming to keep families engaged. Each day at 11:00 a.m., (10am Central) content will be posted on the Aquarium’s social media platforms that includes live videos with educators, ... Read More

COVID-19 Resources for Families in Birmingham

Our community and many companies are coming together to help ease the stress of the school closings for parents during the COVID-19 shutdown. Whether it’s free meals or online learning classes, there are more and more options for helping parents during this time. We will continue to update this list as we learn more. COVID-19 ... Read More

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5 Tips for Students (and Parents) Dealing with Online Schooling

Many Americans are familiar with the acronym WFH (Work From Home); however, not as many are familiar with the similar acronym SFH (School From Home). As U.S. schools and colleges nationwide react to the global coronavirus pandemic, many education institutions are moving classes online—or planning to—and students are having to deal with the transition to ... Read More

Coronovirus Closures and Cancellations around Birmingham

Many experts have advised that communities across the Country reduce and alter events that typically draw large crowds. As mentioned on our Facebook Page, we will continue to keep you updated on happenings around the city, however some of the events listed on our website may occur while others may be cancelled or postponed. If ... Read More

36th Annual St Patrick’s Day Parade

Put on some green and head out to the 36th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, led by the Ian Sturrock Memorial Pipe Band. Come early for kids activities, live music and brunch or stay after the parade to grab some lunch, dinner or a drink from any of the participating merchants who will be offering ... Read More