in Birmingham, AL
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The Birmingham Times
115 3rd Ave W
Birmingham, AL 35204 Directions
By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Some businesses have been there for decades. Some for several months. But all are part of the history that makes up downtown Birminghams Fourth Avenue Historic District, one of the largest commercial sectors for black-owned businesses in Alabama and across the Southeast. Now, thanks to Urban Impact Inc.a community-
By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Plans are underway or in the works to revitalize downtown Birminghams historic Fourth Avenue Business District and Civil Rights District. Here are some, according to officials with Urban Impact Inc., a community- and economic-development agency helping to revive the area. Revitalization. A $54,000 grant from the Community Foundation of
By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times More than 40 years ago, Ashley Pritchetts grandfather opened one of the most well-known barber businesses in the city of BirminghamEtheridge Brothers Barber Shop. Growing up, Pritchett spent a lot of time in those shops. Ive been here all my life, she said. Ever since I was little, I
By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Shirley Ferrill may be one of the new kids on the block in downtown Birminghams historic Fourth Avenue Business District, but shes old school when it comes to helping in her community. Ferrill, 65, is the owner of Ferrill African Wear at 320 16th St. N., which opened in
By Jasmine Shaw For the Birmingham Times From cousin-filled play dates in the woods of Alabama to awe-inspiring sunsets on the black-sand beaches of New Zealand, Vincent Smith Jr. has learned to cherish the moment. The Birmingham native remembers life in the Magic City as being rather easy, growing up surrounded by the love of
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