Welcome to Bhamwiki
恶魔索爱Bhamwiki, now in its fourteenth year, is an encyclopedic resource for anyone curious about Birmingham, Alabama and the region around it. We aim for accuracy, objectivity, and accessibility as we work steadily to expand our coverage.
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In the news
- June 1: The Confederate Soldiers & Sailors Memorial at Linn Park was dismantled.
- March 27: Southern Christian Leadership Conference co-founder Joseph Lowery died.
- March 20: Andy Kennedy was hired to succeed Rob Ehsan as head coach of the UAB Blazers men's basketball team.
- March 17: Michael Saag, director of UAB's Division of Infectious Diseases, announced that he had contracted COVID-19 during a visit to New York City.
- March 13: A statewide emergency was declared in order to slow the spread of the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic.
- ...that during local prohibition in Bessemer a cluster of saloons opened in unincorporated "Whiskeytown" just east of the city limits?
- ...that the Nation of Islam was driven out of St Clair County in 1970?
- ...that Cinema City 8 was the largest multiplex in the nation when it opened in 1978?
- ...that cartoonist Howard Cruse and author Dennis Covington are cousins?
- ...that the Native American settlement of Mad Town on the Cahaba River marked a junction of major trade paths?
Bhamwiki has been running since March 15, 2006. The project currently has 528 registered user accounts and contains approximately 14,450 articles. See Bhamwiki:Milestones for more information on the growth of the site. You can also join us on facebook or follow along on twitter.