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Photos by Alyx Chandler.

Stone Hollow Farmstead General Manager Jonathan Parrish said its Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, program continues to grow each year. Since the farm began its program in 2014, memberships have become more and more popular. Read more

News

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Photo by Alyx Chandler.

Over the years, Frankie Osborn's enormous clover collection continued to grow and even caught the attention of Guinness World Records, “The Letterman Show” and local radio hosts and news stations. Read more

People/Places

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Photo by Alyx Chandler.

Jen Brantley, the director of communications for The Cowfish Sushi Burger Bar, said involving kids in the process of making sushi and learning about the history of it has made them more willing to eat something new. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Dawn Bone.

For the 2019-20 school year, Chelsea and Oak Mountain high schools were chosen to be partner schools in Microsoft’s philanthropy initiative, designed to spread computer science knowledge to more high school students. Read more

Schools

The Keeping it Real program in Shelby County Schools is all about sharing awareness — an awareness that might not yet be on the radar for high school students. Read more

Schools

Girls Can Camp breaks barriers, teaches girls about construction Read more

Schools

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Photo by Kamp Fender.

Club teaches fundamentals of orienteering — ‘a thinking sport’ — at Oak Mountain State Park. Read more

People/Places

Longtime Chelsea resident Clint Foster said he’s had several clients and friends say they don’t even want to cut food on his handmade cutting boards, because of how beautifully designed they are. Read more

Businesses

Sunrise Baking Company is an online baked goods service with weekly pickup locations and daily offerings at Bloom and Innova Coffee. Read more

Businesses

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Photo by Kamp Fender.

Susan Webb has always been fascinated by what she refers to as the backbone of American education: one-room country schools. Read more

People/Places

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Photo by Kamp Fender.

When Eric Wang puts on his mask for a fencing competition, everything fades away except for the opponent in front of him. That feeling, he said, never gets old. Read more

People/Places

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Photos courtesy of Caroline Summers.

For 15 years now, Billy Ivey has been trying to make his kids smile through messages on the napkins he puts in their lunch. Read more

People/Places

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Courtesy of Greystone YMCA

After speaking with several of her clients about their struggles with Parkinson’s disease, Andrea Pindroh said, she realized just how much support patients and their caretakers need and how little resources in the area they are offered. Read more

People/Places

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Cahaba Riverkeeper David Butler said for many years now, the spots where people swim on the river along U.S. 280 have been “a hit or miss” as far as dangerous bacteria levels go. Read more

People/Places

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Photo courtesy of Alsana.

Eating disorders are a severe condition of not just the body, but the mind. Read more

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M4A offers free meals and support groups for relative caregivers and grandparents. Read more

People/Places

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Photos by Kamp Fender.

When Tim Pfitzer forages for mushrooms, occasionally in the wooded land outside of Oak Mountain State Park and around Mt Laurel, he usually carries a large five-gallon bucket. Read more

People/Places

Capt. James Jackson, of the Birmingham Police Department North Precinct, said Major Crimes Sgt. Wytasha Carter was the type of supervisor who wouldn’t just tell you what to do. Read more

News

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Photo by Kamp Fender.

Art Abilities teacher Edna Sealy has a few students she’s been teaching ever since the start of the art therapy program 10 years ago. Read more

People/Places

His fish include a few kinds of blennies, as well as clownfish, shrimp, hermit crabs, snails, some basic corals and another favorite of his, green star polyps. Read more

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