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Emily Featherston

Dr. Julian Maha founded KultureCity in 2013. more

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Erica Techo

Rep. Gary Palmer spoke at the April 4 Eggs and Issues event, which was co-hosted by several area chambers. more

Businesses

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Photos by Sarah Finnegan.

One of Patchwork Farms’ newest tenants has a unique take on the traditional ice cream parlor. more

Businesses

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Photos by Sarah Finnegan.

Tucked away in a corner of the StoneGate commercial development at Liberty Park, businesses can find a new amenity to serve their conference, event or even just lunchtime gathering needs. more

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Emily Featherston

Jason Wilson spoke at the luncheon, and members were reminded to Shop Vestavia Hills for their Valentine's Day gifts. more

Businesses

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Emily Featherston

The company made the name change formal this month, and held a reception to launch the new brand. more

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Sarah Finnegan

The long-anticipated bagel shop opened Feb. 6. more

Businesses

Crestline Bagel

Courtesy of Crestline Bagel

The store will be located in Cahaba Heights on Crosshaven Drive. more

Restaurants

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Emily Featherston

The rescheduled January meeting was a wrap up of 2017 and a look ahead at the next year. more

Businesses

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

City Bowls to open brick-and-mortar site at Patchwork Farms on Saturday, April 7. more

Restaurants

What is Gina Saab’s secret to balancing it all as a wife, mother of three and business owner? more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Rocky Ridge Drug Company pharmacist Keri Bates has joined the ranks of women entrepreneurs and embarked on an exciting professional challenge in opening her own pharmacy in Vestavia. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Real estate runs in Amy Lawson’s blood. Her father, grandfather, aunt and uncle were all realtors. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

When Mallory Rice Collier and Brittany (Winslet) Baker opened the doors to Winslet and Rhys in July 2016, their goal was to bring a modern spin to the old mercantile shop. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Anna Barnes was a loyal customer of The Blue Willow, but she never imagined the gift shop would one day become her own. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Becoming a real estate agent was an easy decision for Jana Hanna. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Dr. Anne England grew up in the Hoover/ Vestavia Hills area, attending Berry High School before graduating from Auburn University and later from the Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine summa cum laude in 1984. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

When learning to navigate the symptoms of dysautonomia, a gentle and skilled hand can make all the difference for a patient. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

In June 2010, Margaret O’Bryant opened the Primrose School at Liberty Park, an early childhood education center that provides a premier early education and childcare experience for children from six weeks old to pre-kindergarten. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Three years ago, Andrea Newell and her husband Turenne took a leap of faith and started their own company, Birmingham Mortgage Group. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

April 2018