Category: Sign of the Times
The pandemic has driven many people outdoors, but finding the right gear could be a challenge. Read more.
Mountain Brook Creamery shares encouraging words at its store in Mountain Brook Village.
The First Missionary Baptist Church-East Boyles, in Tarrant City, shared a prayer on the sign outside the church.
Lyric Theatre installed a message on its marquee encouraging people who have been in virtual lockdown because of the coronaviruus.
Fitz Hand Painted Signs, a Homewood business, left this message of encouragement on the side of Battle Republic, a boxing fitness club. (Source: Tom Gordon)
Birmingham artist Veronique Vanblaere, who was the longtime owner of the Naked Art gallery in Forest Park, is working from her home studio and during sleepless moments has done some sketches that reflect life during the COVID-19 outbreak. (Courtesy of Veronique Vanblaere) Read more.
Birmingham Aids Outreach hasn’t let up on the services it provides to HIV-positive clients and members of the LGBTQ community. But the demands of social distancing have demanded the group re-create how it’s doing some usually ordinary things, said Karen Musgrove, CEO of BAO. See how the group is working around the difficulties.
The scene on the usually congested 22nd Street South near the UAB area was much different than usual Wednesday. (Source: Tom Gordon)