Arc Light Stories: Birmingham's own true stories

Arc Light Stories: Birmingham's own true stories

Imagine sitting around the dinner table with your closest friends. You've just cleared the dishes, and you're moving on to coffee, or possibly a glass of wine. Someone says: you'll never believe what happened to me today. Listen to this... Arc Light Stories features live storytelling from right here in Birmingham. No notes, no outlines. Just great storytellers sharing great (true) stories. Sometimes funny, sometimes moving, and always engaging.

Birmingham Museum Of Art To Feature Paintings By Dutch Masters

Birmingham Museum Of Art To Feature Paintings By Dutch Masters

The Birmingham Museum of Art opens a new exhibit Saturday that features works of well-known Dutch and Flemish masters. The exhibition called "Small Treasures" includes paintings by Rembrandt, Vermeer and their contemporaries. These artists are often known for large canvases, but these paintings are small.

Developers Receive Approval For New Downtown Publix Designs, Permits

Developers Receive Approval For New Downtown Publix Designs, Permits

The Birmingham Design Review Board on Wednesday approved developers design plans and permits for a Publix grocery store downtown at 3rd Avenue South and 20th Street. The 35,000 square foot grocery and pharmacy will anchor a $20 million dollar development that will include three apartment buildings, retail stores, restaurants, and office space.

John Archibald: Alabamian vs. American

John Archibald: Alabamian vs. American

A federal judge who struck down Alabama's same-sex marriage ban has released a letter clarifying the ruling applies to all government officials, not just those named in the suit. The ruling is on hold for now, but it's the latest in a legal firestorm sparked Friday when the decision came down. We talk about it with Alabama Media Group columnist John Archibald.

Kyle Whitmire: Alabama Leaders React To Same-Sex Marriage Decision

Kyle Whitmire: Alabama Leaders React To Same-Sex Marriage Decision

The Southern Poverty Law Center has filed a judicial ethics complaint against Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore. The complaint stems from Moore's criticism of a federal judge's ruling Friday striking down Alabama's ban on same-sex marriage. Moore called it "judicial tyranny." Meanwhile, State Representative Patricia Todd, Alabama's first openly gay legislator, said she would "not stand by and allow legislators to talk about 'family values' when they have affairs." Alabama Media Group political commentator Kyle Whitmire sorts through the reactions as Alabama moves towards possibly becoming the 37th state to recognize same-sex marriage.

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