The scent of soap bubbles and a chorus of barks fill the air at Cute-N-Classy Pet Salon. Dogs and cats of all sizes come in for a scrub, brush, and trim during grooming sessions that take place onsite. The groomer Stephanie also snips and files nails, cleans glands and ears, preps coats with a flea treatment, and makes sure each dog isn’t actually a well-behaved raccoon.
Doggie Styles THE premium dog grooming, boarding and pet supplies shop in Homewood, Alabama. Accomodating and convenient, we work with all breeds of dogs from poodles to pit-bulls, maltese to mastiffs. We are the platinum standard for your pet.
For more than three decades, the framing specialists at The Framin' Shoppe have preserved memories behind glass. They build custom frames for flat items such as diplomas or photographs and build shadow boxes to contain three-dimensional items such as quilts or football jerseys with the athletes still wearing them. The shop also purveys DIY framing materials; posters; prints commemorating Alabama, Auburn, and other SEC football teams; and a wide selection of mirrors. Conveniently, the company operates at four Birmingham locations.
Rise with the rosy-fingered dawn to enjoy a breakfast selection such as the eggs Florentine: two busted-yolk eggs over made-from-scratch hash browns with Florentine sauce, spinach, mozzarella, and parmesan ($5.95). Or stay in your tent until a reasonable hour and saunter in for a Hellenic lunch. Have an order of Kairos’ chicken tenders one of eight ways, including Horst's hot and spicy (grilled chicken tenderloins with Buffalo sauce, granny's rolls, and two side dishes such as soup and green beans, $6.95). Or boldly go with a signature dish such as Nelson's marvelous meatballs, grilled up and served in a zesty beef sauce ($6.95). For a power lunch, pound the rib eye Hurley sandwich (grilled rib eye on a toasted bun with onion rings and a fried green tomato, $9.95), spike your napkin, and dump a glass of the house-made Kairos luscious lemonade all over your appetite's head.
At the age of 13, photographer Sherri Griffin developed a passion for photography that carried through high school, college, and a 25-year professional career. With a focus on the art form rather than mechanics, Griffin’s portfolio showcases on-location and in-studio portraits brimming with natural emotion, poses, and declarations of "cheese." On-location shoots often take place at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Aldridge Gardens, and Arlington Antebellum Home. In addition to standard prints, Griffin offers hand-painted color images, gallery wraps, and canvas prints.