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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Today and all days, we honor those who answered the call to serve.


If you have served in the Armed Forces, learn about VA benefits you may be eligible for.

May is #Osteoporosis Awareness & Prevention Month

11038568_10155537136760007_1412559133943079343_nBe Bone Healthy

Osteoporosis is caused by a gradual decrease in bone strength. If not prevented or treated, osteoporosis can grow painlessly worse until bones start to break. Though osteoporosis can occur in both men and women, it usually shows itself in women after menopause. Osteoporosis can cause serious fractures. Most serious are spinal and hip fractures. Osteoporosis is a major public health issue for over 28 million Americans, 80% of whom are women.

Half of women and one quarter of men over the age of 50 will have an osteoporosis-related fracture in their lifetime. In the United States, around 10 million people already have osteoporosis and over 34 million probably have low bone density, placing them at risk for osteoporosis. Four out of five people affected by osteoporosis are women.

Although osteoporosis is often thought of as an old person’s disease, it can affect younger people…

FREE exercises at Railroad Park


Thanks to the generous support of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama

Do Dah Day, May 16


Presented by Do Dah Day, Inc. at Caldwell Park

Do Dah Day grew out of an idea in 1979 and has raised almost $1.5 million since! The South’s craziest parade kicks off at 11:01 a.m. on the streets of Highland Avenue in Birmingham’s Southside. Then, spend the day in Caldwell and Rhodes Parks with friends, pets, arts & crafts, kid’s activities, and a lineup of great bands. Oh yes, we have plenty of food and beverages, and collectible Do Dah Day t-shirts.

All proceeds benefit local animal charities.

If you want a chance to win a fabulous prize, sign up…

Blue Star Salute Foundation Plans Armed Forces Day Events


Run for Alabama’s Fallen Heroes

Mobile, Alabama - Alabama’s Blue Star Salute Foundation, Inc., will be hosting its Annual 5K Memorial Run/Walk for Alabama’s Fallen Heroes on Saturday, May 16, 2015, at the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park. Race begins promptly at 7:30 am. The course is certified.

Each registrant will be running/walking with the name of one of Alabama’s Fallen Heroes on their race bib. Register as an individual or register as a team. Awards presented…

Mental Health organization Rally in Kelly Ingram Park to protest budget cuts.

11130163_887218814673088_2253477757455043321_nThe orange flags represent the 5000+ individuals who will be affected by proposed mental health funding cuts

Mental Health organization Rally in Kelly Ingram Park RIGHT NOW (5/11/15) to protest budget cuts.


Regions Bank presents SYMPHONY IN THE SUMMER!


The ASO is returning to Railroad Park to play three FREE concerts June 5-7 thanks to Regions Bank! Friday & Saturday night…

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs


To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, the Friends of the National World War II Memorial is asking you to #PROFILEYOURPRIDE in our “Greatest Generation.”

Tomorrow, May 8, on the 70th anniversary…

Alabama State Bar Inducts New Members to Lawyers’ Hall of Fame


MONTGOMERY – The Alabama State Bar on Friday inducted five new members into the Alabama Lawyers’ Hall of Fame.

“The lawyers we recognize today include heroes of our state, lawyers that paved the way for many others and lawyers who literally gave their lives to improve Alabama,” said Alabama State Bar President Richard J.R. Raleigh, Jr., of Huntsville (Wilmer & Lee, P.A.). “Each of these honorees improved the communities in which they lived, had a profound influence on the rule of law and improved society by pursuing justice.”

The five lawyers inducted into the 2014 Alabama Lawyers’ Hall of Fame include: