It all started after Tamica Banks stumbled upon a Jamaican earring artist in Atlanta. The earrings were bursting with bright colors and beautiful patterns, and Banks felt drawn to the art. Her admiration for the Jamaican jewelry sparked an idea for an Africa-inspired artistic business of her own. In 2017, Banks […]
A vibrant product of the partnership between REV Birmingham and Woodlawn Business Association, Woodlawn Street Market is a platform for local entrepreneurs to launch their businesses and interact with customers while also adding some […]
Woodlawn Business Association is much more than a membership for business owners who open in Woodlawn—it’s a network, a resource, and a big team of community cheerleaders. Currently, around 35 […]
REV’s Woodlawn Urban Main Community Facilitator Jason Avery is focused on helping the community’s legacy business owners thrive in the growing Woodlawn commercial district. His work on Woodlawn facade refreshes, […]
There’s no end to the artistic talent in Woodlawn. Now, there’s Commonplace, a new space aiming to offer creatives a place to both make and showcase their work. We recently […]
Our Woodlawn Street Market team is planning a full 2021 season of spaced-out markets starting in April to provide safe opportunities to support Birmingham makers! The schedule is set and vendor applications are open for the 2021 Woodlawn Street Markets, now in its eighth season […]
Slutty Vegan is opening its first location outside of Georgia and it’s right in the heart of downtown Woodlawn. Birmingham will be the fourth location for the Atlanta-based restaurant whose comfort-food, plant-based burgers […]
Woodlawn Street Market is safely in-person again for its last market of the year Sunday, December 13
Naughty But Nice Kettle Corn Co. popped over to REV to talk about their entrepreneurial story.
Despite her own hard work, Nelesha Dale is quick to credit others.