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Photo by Erin Nelson.

Now that she’s up and running, Gilbert said the move has been a big step forward and allowed for expansion of classes and capabilities for budding gymnasts. Read more

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After working as an elementary school counselor for over 20 years, Chelsea resident Cindy Smith decided to have a plan for after her school retirement: a private counseling practice. Read more

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East 59 Cafe is set to open in The Village at Lee Branch in August. Read more

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

The reopening of all locations is subject to the directives set forth by federal, state and local mandates. Reopening dates may change and will be updated if needed. Read more

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Photo courtesy World Police and Fire Games.

Events will be hosted at more than 35 venues around the city and will be free and open for all spectators. Read more

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

The full-service, walk-in clinic, called the OS1 Sports Injury Clinic, offers urgent care specifically for sports-related and orthopedic-related injuries ranging from fractures, dislocations, sprains and overuse injuries. Read more

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His clinic uses a model that’s different from most other primary care services. Patients pay a monthly fee, just like a gym membership, and insurance is left out of the picture. Read more

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Photo courtesy The Market at Pepper Place.

Not even a once-in-a-century pandemic can slowdown one of Alabama’s largest farmer’s markets. Read more

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

At the pickup window, Ryan will sell her nutrient-dense salads, grain bowls, superfood snacks, breakfast bites, coffee and other drinks in a grab-and-go setting. Read more

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Zach Abercrombie began his tenure with the Baptist Health System in 2007. Read more

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Rhodes said her mission is not one kind of yoga, but to help people find a practice that feels comfortable for them. Abundance Yoga classes will offer a little bit of everything. Read more

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She has now been making clothes for her daughter for the past three or four years, but business has increased the last couple of years. Now she makes clothes for many other children besides her own. Read more

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Cinnaholic, a gourmet cinnamon roll bakery, is moving in the former space held by Southern Spoiled Boutique next to Moe’s Southwest Grill. It will be the first franchise in the state. Read more

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Jason Wilson, founder of Back Forty Beer Co., told the Hoover chamber there are some entrepreneurs likely to make a fortune due to innovation following the COVID-19 outbreak. Read more

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

After 23 years in Homewood, Capstone Building Corp. moved to their new location in the Meadow Brook Office Park in Hoover in early May. Read more

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Rendering courtesy of Harbert Retail.

Two new developments will soon be coming to Cahaba Heights: Parkside at Dolly Ridge and Cahaba Heights Corner. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Itty Bitty Bakers.

Itty Bitty Bakers is a Hoover-based company that offers baking classes, camps and parties for kids ages 2-13. Read more

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Kaldi Kollective is an online business that sells handmade clay earrings and hair accessories. Read more

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Photo by Neal Embry.

The Vestavia Village shopping center has anew owner. Retail Developer Ward Neely said he bought the property March 13 for $3.6 million. Read more

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

One of the signs of the coming summer season is the opening of farmer’s markets, and Vestavia Hills has several open for business. Read more

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