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When caring for aging loved ones or disabled individuals, the choices can be confusing. Fortunately, there is a trusted company that can help. Read more

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When you visit Ex Voto Vintage, you will find one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces on display designed around antiques that have been given a new story. Read more

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ARC Realty’s Gallery Brokers office in Mountain Brook Village was created to be an inspiring space featuring revolving art collections. Read more

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Thinking of selling your house this spring? Cathy Rogoff says it’s a great time to do it. Read more

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For a long time, Swoop — a children’s clothing boutique in Mountain Brook Village — was just a twinkle in Leila Morton’s eye. Read more

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The mother-daughter team Susan and Betsy Wall credit their professional success to having a relationship based business. Read more

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Nestled in an almost hidden spot behind SoHo Square in downtown Homewood, Wild Things Flowers & Curiosities is a quaint floral boutique offering home decor accents, gifts and candles, as well as floral arrangements, workshops, event design and more. Read more

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Kibbe Jones and Lillian Dunaway take pride in the unique transformations that take place at Swann Lake Stables. Each wedding at the stables offers brides and their families a special experience that will create lasting memories. Read more

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Meet the Harris team. Julie Harris and Rebecca Crowther are celebrating their first anniversary as a dynamic duo. Read more

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As an independent pharmacy serving the communities of Mountain Brook, Homewood and Vestavia Hills since 1947, the connection between Ritch’s Pharmacy and their customers runs much deeper than filling prescriptions. Read more

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Sheri Corey learned to sew from her mother at a very young age and enjoyed using fabric to make dresses for her dolls. Read more

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Anyone stepping foot inside the kitchen of Lunch Box Express should expect to be treated like family. Read more

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Dr. Deborah Kerr decided to start her own psychotherapy and neuropsychology practice so she could take the time to know each of her clients as a whole person. Read more

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For Betsy Dreher, the real estate business has always been a family affair. Read more

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Margaret O’Bryant opened Primrose School at Liberty Park in June 2010. The school is a leader in providing premier early education and care to children and families in the United States. Read more

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If you’ve redesigned or buildt your own home, then you’re aware of how much time it takes to put together perfect plans. Katrina Porter Designs will erase the overwhelming frustration of waiting for designs and construction to start on your home. Read more

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Lucie Haynes, Kathy Harris, Catherine Pewitt and Isabelle Lawson are all successful Realtors with decades of experience between them. Read more

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As founder of Hughes Advocacy, Krista Hughes decided to leave her nearly 20-year career in the medical industry to become the first private patient advocate in the state of Alabama after she was personally affected by two preventable medical errors. Read more

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Callie Hill and Nina Rusert have developed a reputation as experts in the mortgage industry and pride themselves on providing outstanding customer service. Read more

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Helen Drennen’s background is in corporate banking and managing commercial property, but she has always loved architecture and interior design. Her career in real estate allows her to combine these talents and passions. Read more

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