57 - Birds, Trash Pandas, and Food Trucks, Oh My
Thursday got you down? Don’t fret! Episode 57 of the Red Mountain Express is here to lead the way into the weekend!
In this week's episode Patrick, Matthew and Blake discuss the latest in news concerning the ongoing saga of the Bird Scooters (and Birmingham and Homewood’s latest response), the purchase of the former Golfsmith property on Hwy 280, plans being put into place for a new Boys and Girls club downtown, news and speculation on what may be happening with former medical sites Carraway and Trinity Medical and, the Rocket City Trash Pandas official announcement in Madison!
Stick around for the second half of the show where we showcase some upcoming events as reported by Russell and Amber Hooks from Happenins In The Ham! More details as well as links and maps and far more events can be found on their website!
This week, due to some scheduling changes, we’re not at the Emmett O’Neal but of course we still want to send out a huge thank-you to Marylyn Eubank and the Emmet O'Neal Library in Mountain Brook for allowing us to record our show in their awesome maker space every week! You can find more information on the Emmet O'Neal Library on their website!
We've mentioned it before and we'll keep mentioning it: please take a few minutes and head over to our Patreon page (patreon.com/redmountainexpress) and take a look and consider tossing us a dollar if you enjoy our show and our content! Your support can make a huge difference!
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While you're here, go check out our sponsor's (Beachum Woodworks) web page, at BeachumWoodWorks.com for more information on their business and their high-quality products! If you like what you see or have an idea for a custom piece of furniture, give them a call and tell them Blake and Matthew sent you!
Until next time,