Welcome to Bhamwiki
Bhamwiki, now in its seventh year, is an encyclopedic resource for anyone curious about Birmingham, Alabama and the region around it. We aim for accuracy, objectivity, and accessibility as we work steadily to expand our coverage.
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In the news
- April 1: Will Power won the Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at the Barber Motorsports Park.
- March 29: Freshfully won the Occupy Avondale contest for 6 months free rent at 200 41st Street South.
- March 16: UAB Blazers coach Mike Davis men's basketball coach was fired by athletic director Brian Mackin.
- March 13: Samford Bulldogs men's basketball coach Jimmy Tillette was fired by athletic director Martin Newton.
- ...that Boogie woogie music has its roots in Birmingham?
- ...that before the Red Mountain cut, the possibility of a tunnel was considered?
- ...that Hardrock Gunter lost his prize guitar at the Battle of the Bulge?
- ...that the Birmingham Botanical Gardens has a "Moon Tree"?
Today is Friday December 13, 2013. Bhamwiki has been running since March 15, 2006. The project currently has 406 registered user accounts and contains approximately 9,649 articles. See Bhamwiki:Milestones for more information on the growth of the site. You can also join us on facebook or follow along on twitter.
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