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Birmingham boat show making waves

Spring is just around the corner, which means people will soon be back out on the water enjoying Alabama’s lakes and rivers. The Birmingham Boat Show, which runs through Sunday at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex (BJCC), provides a perfect way...

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Renew Our Rivers celebrates 20th year

In February, Renew Our Rivers will kick off its 20th year of lake and river cleanups. More than 30 cleanups are planned in 2019 across Alabama. Renew Our Rivers began in the spring of 2000 with Gene Phifer’s vision to...

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GadRock brings indoor rock climbing to banks of Coosa River

Carrie Machen and Kate Wilson call their indoor rock climbing and fitness center in Gadsden a “microgym.” If you’re not familiar with the term, that’s probably because the two friends-turned-business-partners made it up. “Microgym” pays homage to the time the...

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