Monday, August 21, 2017

Eric Essix Jazz Escape Adds Luxury to Birmingham’s Festival Scene

Taking the festival to a higher plane, Birmingham’s own jazz maestro Eric Essix ’s high-end Jazz Escape Festival is a luxury getaway and entertainment experience featuring some of the best names in this musical...

Harry Belafonte Comes to Birmingham for 50 Years Forward

Singer, Actor and Activist Harry Belafonte To Be Inducted Into Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame. Induction, Film Festival and Other Appearances Are Part of the 50th Anniversary Commemorations of the 1963 Birmingham Civil Rights...

George Fraser Comes With 50 Years Forward Message April 3

Black America's top networking guru, business consultant and true believer in the potential greatness of African American people, George C. Fraser, is headed to Birmingham with a message fitting the historical import of...

The Case for Economic Diversity: The New Millenium’s Civil Rights Issue

  Black political power turned into economic power in Atlanta. The same can't be said of Birmingham, where diversity is fast becoming not just a metter of race, but ethnicity and gender as well.  BY...

Birmingham’s New Political Course

Birmingham is like a ship without a rudder. It turns here then plows through choppy waters there, but it seems headed in no particular direction. In 1992, the City Council adopted what was then called...