Showing posts from June, 2012

Study of Birmingham's Railroad Park dispels some myths |

Sequatchie Cove Farm: Blueberries and solar-powered cheese |

Tropical Storm Debby washes tarballs and coconuts ashore on Dauphin Island (video) |

Parts of Birmingham area officially in drought |

Energy and Water Collision in extreme heat

The Power of the Particular - - David Brooks

Baby bald eagle stops Gulf Shores traffic while learning to fly |

Alabama landowners partner to keep water unpolluted |

Public hearing Thursday on second proposed coal mine near Cordova |

Birmingham may meet EPA air quality standards after all |

$10 million federal grant to improve city streets in Birmingham, focusing on Pratt City (with gallery, video) |

Forever Wild gives go-ahead to projects in Baldwin and Jackson counties |

Paying for content or giving it away in hopes of attracting eyeballs?

Report says economic benefits of Birmingham's Northern Beltline exaggerated |

Birmingham wins federal TIGER grant to aid rebuilding in Pratt City, make other improvements |

Birmingham wins $10 million in federal money for roads and trails |

Alabama's Coldwater Mountain Forever Wild mountain biking trails drawing riders (with video) |

EPA investigating discrimination complaint lodged against ADEM |

Historical Jemison Magazine gets republished with booster spirit |

Jefferson County would not meet Obama air quality standards proposal |

Cutting print is a money-loser for Times-Picayune, but cutting staff makes changes slightly profitable | Poynter.

Anniston Star - Are roads safe enough for cyclists

Former Birmingham News writer- On the inevitability of newspaper's decline

Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable Clay Shirky

Canoeists paddle 631-mile trail from Georgia to the Gulf of Mexico |

Homeowners want to open up Dauphin Island ponds; scientists fear island will breach |

Are We Living in Sensory Overload or Sensory Poverty? -

A Comeback For Downtown Cleveland. Could Birmingham follow this trend?

Thunder on the Mountain 2012 is a go

Using Google to measure racial hostility- Alabama makes the top 10

'Rocket City Rednecks' taping new episodes, getting set to launch second season this fall |

Sacred Harp: Flourishing globally from Southern roots |

Future cloudy for Birmingham intermodal transit site |

Caution: sterility | Bhamarchitect's Blog

Auction of land in Talladega National Forest for oil and gas exploration is postponed |

Birmingham Water Works appeal of coal mine permit set for August |

Solar Payments Set Off a Fairness Debate -

Bama Art House Series film pulled after complaints from churches, leaders |

43,000 acres in Talladega National Forest eyed for gas and oil exploration |

Alabama streams recovering from mine's coal washing spill |