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Photo by Layton Dudley.

Sheridan Bullard still remembers when she found the perfect spot for her shop, Zoco Stylist & Boutique, in Mountain Brook Village. more

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Photo by Layton Dudley.

Meredith Fuller is no stranger to wearing athletic clothing in her everyday life. more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

School is out, temperatures are up and things are moving slower — even some business. more

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Photos courtesy of Jon Maurer.

For better or for worse, pizza is America’s favorite food, Lane Carrick said. And in June, he and fellow developer Mark Pender will open MidiCi, an upscale Neapolitan pizzeria, in Lane Parke. more

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Photos by Sarah Finnegan.

Located in an open-concept store filled with bright, natural light, Outpost is filled with items matching that aesthetic. more

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

After spending years in Riverchase Galleria as a kiosk station, Amy Harper recently found a more permanent home for her business, Harper Lane. more

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Photos by Lexi Coon.

The luncheon featured a panel of local restauranteurs to discuss the evolution of restaurants in Mountain Brook. more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

About a year ago, Rebecca Hughes and Laura Canterbury noticed there were no options for yoga, Pilates or barre classes in their village, Crestline. more

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Photo courtesy of Ann Wade Photography.

Natural, high-performance cosmetics boutique opens in Mountain Brook Village. more

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Erica Techo

Rep. Gary Palmer spoke at the April 4 Eggs and Issues event, which was co-hosted by several area chambers. more

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Photo by Lexi Coon.

The Mountain Brook Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its quarterly luncheon on April 26 at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. For this event, they are featuring a panel of local restaurateurs. more

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Photo courtesy of William Koleszar.

As of mid-January, Mountain Brook gained a new resource for its residents: American Family Care. more

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Lexi Coon.

After the one week of fundraising with local restaurants in October, Leah Harrigan and her team presented a check more than $17,000 to the United Methodist Committee on Relief. more

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Lexi Coon.

Officer Ro Burrow was named the City Employee of the Year, Sue DeBrecht was presented the Tynes Award and Neal Berte was given the Jemison Visionary Award. more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

As business blossoms for Grand Bohemian, nearby merchants notice uptick in foot traffic. more

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Every time Dr. Christine Abenoja takes off a patient’s braces, it feels like a victory. She’s not just giving them straight teeth, but confidence that lasts a lifetime. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Sisters, Debbie White and Julie Archibald decided that when it comes to assisting clients with buying or selling real estate, they’re better together. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

For Judy Hill and Barbara Ashford, co-owners of Henhouse Antiques for 20 years, it’s all about the hunt. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

The kitchen is the heart of the home and the heart of Katrina Porter’s design business. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

Antoinette Flowers’ hands-on approach to real estate is essential to her 25 years of success helping Birmingham buyers and sellers. more

Women in Business 2018 - Sponsored Content

July 2018