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    Building on the success of their existing farmers market and craft vendors, the organizers of Pepper Place Farmers Market are introducing a new concept this month.

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    When Metropolitan Apartments in Lakeview opens, it will be the completion of a project John Gilbert has been looking forward to for more than 30 years.

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    Sidebar is bringing the beach to Lakeview.

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    Lakeview's growing popularity for food and fun will likely get another bump soon with the opening of two massive luxury apartment complexes that should bring even more people to the area.

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    Now the lovers of the market don’t have to wait until spring.

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    In the middle of Lakeview, with its bars and restaurants, fun-seekers can find another, more unusual diversion: Locked In, a facility that’s part of a growing entertainment genre called escape games.

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    When bartender and former UAB soccer player Frankie Brown opened his own watering hole, Brown’s Bar, in Lakeview in March, he and Tiffany Anderson — his fiancée and co-owner — believed they had found their ideal location.

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    Jeremiah’s Hope Academy, a Lakeview nonprofit operated by St. Vincent’s Birmingham, offers affordable training for entry-level health care careers.

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    Paperworkers Local is a Birmingham co-operative of about 20 artists that provides workspace for printmakers, showcases Alabama artists and educates the public about prints and other works on paper.

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    Lakeview Green is to be built by on Fourth Avenue South near 29th Street on the site of the old Davis School.

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    Lakeview continues to grow with new bars, restaurants and residential units.

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    The team will compete this Saturday in Nashville.

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    The city of Birmingham, the Alabama School of Fine Arts and Sloss Furnaces are partnering together to develop a master plan for arts and culture at the historic Sloss Furnaces National Landmark site.

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    Jeff and Brett Huey, brothers and co-owners of Seeds Coffee in Homewood, are opening a second location in the 29 Seven development on Seventh Avenue South in Lakeview.

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    Jack Brown’s, which has been in Birmingham for a more than four years, is well-known for its cult-like following of the beer list, Chris Brown, joint manager of Jack Brown’s Beer and Burger Joint, said.