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Reopening of Riverchase Galleria

Photo by Erin Nelson. Starnes Media

About 25 of the store's 109 inline tenants were open as of May 5, and department stores are scheduled to open gradually. Read more

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

One of the signs of the coming summer season is the opening of farmer’s markets, and Vestavia Hills has several open for business. Read more

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Kaldi Kollective is an online business that sells handmade clay earrings and hair accessories. Read more

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Photo by Neal Embry.

The Vestavia Village shopping center has anew owner. Retail Developer Ward Neely said he bought the property March 13 for $3.6 million. Read more

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After selling cinnamon rolls exclusively online for the past year, Katie Cornutt is taking her Rolls Homewood business to a brick-and-mortar location. Read more

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The 72-year-old Homewood resident made the decision to retire in February after almost four decades in the business. Read more

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Photo courtesy of BBQ Rents.

Customers can pick up the equipment in Chelsea a mile off of U.S. 280 and return it there, or BBQ Rents can bring the equipment and come pick it up later. Read more

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Photo by Jon Anderson.

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on just about all sectors of the economy, from retail stores to restaurants, hotels, entertainment venues, health care, manufacturing and service industries. Read more

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The Male Room

Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

Scott Farr, president and partner in The Male Room, said Hoover officials told him he risked losing his business license and his customers and staff risked being fined if he reopened now. Read more

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Photo by Jon Anderson

A partner in The Male Room barbershop said he plans to reopen the shop Friday, and Kalli's Love Stuff started offering curbside service this week. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Knight Eady.

In addition to staging events, the company began working with corporate clients to help them use a connection to sports events as a way to build positive attention for their own brands and products. Read more

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Photo by Ingrid Schnader.

Rebecca Brown, owner of Rebecca Brown’s — A Baby and Children’s Boutique, calls her recent move to a bigger space in downtown Trussville a “God thing.” Read more

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Photo by Erin Nelson.

Brazelton and his wife, Ashley, are hoping to treat many neighborhood residents like family with unique pizzas, sandwiches and other items. Read more

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Photo by Ingrid Schnader.

Mary Payton Davis and her mother, Vicki Noah, import hand woven, hand-dyed rugs from Turkey and sell them on social media. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Peter Anella.

Anella is an Italian American with a dream of creating Italian made products for the Birmingham area, which he said lacks in the lower-priced Italian clothing. Read more

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Photos courtesy of modavisphotography.

Diners can now enjoy the atmosphere of a British pub with a mixture of Southern flair in north Shelby County. Read more

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Goodwill Grand Opening

Photo by Erin Nelson Starnes Media

When dropping off donations, a donor can drive up to the curb, where an employee will greet customers outside the door, unload their donations and give them a receipt, with the customer never having to leave their vehicle. Read more

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Clean Juice

Photo by Erin Nelson.

In addition to juice, they serve smoothies, açaí bowls, quinoa and toast. They also have six cold-pressed juice options that customers can grab and go. Read more

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Photo by Jon Anderson.

Denney Barrow, his son Jordan and daughter-in-law Carrie opened MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes in the Stadium Trace Village shopping center on Feb. 10. Read more

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ProctorU Merger

Photo by Erin Nelson.

A January merger with a Canadian testing company called Yardstick means they now have hundreds of employees across 12 offices in six different countries. Read more

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