Good Day Alabama for February 28, 2013 - WBRC FOX6 News - Birmingham, AL

Good Day Alabama for February 28, 2013

Here is what you saw on Good Day Alabama for February 28, 2013:

JEH JEH LIVE - Jeh Jeh joined us this morning to celebrate Black History Month with the Alabama School of Fine Arts Choir! The ASFA Choir is made up of 70 members which includes the entire Music Department.  It ranges grades 7-12.  Though students audition into ASFA on a particular instrument, we believe singing is fundamental to musicianship, so everyone sings in the choir.  The makeup, therefore, includes vocalists, pianists, strings players, brass, woodwinds, percussion and guitar.  We meet three times weekly for about 50 minutes.  The choir has sung to critical acclaim for national judges and has performed in clinics with choral directors/clinicians from New York, Tennessee, Texas, Georgia, Washington State and Mississippi.

DR. ASA - Dr. Asa joined us this morning with some advice on grocery shopping Post-Good Day Challenge.  Known as America's Health and Lifestyle Coach®, Asa Andrew, MD is a national best-selling author, radio and TV host, and founder of Diagnosis HOPE, a non-profit dedicated to health education and supporting the uninsured. He has dedicated his life to helping others thrive in their health.

SPRING STYLES - People Stylewatch brings us editor, Kristen Maxwell, with all of the top spring must-haves! People StyleWatch is the ultimate guide to this season's trends, with tips on everything you need to look amazing  from eye-catching patterns to girlie ruffles, mod prints and much more.  You're sure to find something for every personality, body and budget!  Kristen unveils the top ten spring must-haves and provide tips on how to create fresh looks from favorite closet staples.  Spring trends include: black and white from head to toe, cross-body boxy bags, pointy flats in bright colors and weathered metals including vintage-y cuffs, necklaces earrings and rings.

SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK - Dr. Nita Carr joined us this morning to explain the Schoolhouse Rock event! Cornerstone Schools of Alabama's ever-growing Schoolhouse Rock is back for another year of fundraising! Cornerstone School's Junior Board will host the event on Friday, March 8th, 2013 at B & A Warehouse from 7:00 pm-11:00 pm. Presented by Barber Companies, C.S. Beatty Construction, Maynard, Cooper, & Gale, P.C., and Strickland Trading, Inc., Schoolhouse Rock is an annual fundraiser hosted by Cornerstone Schools of Alabama's Junior Board. Over the years, the event has grown to raise over $100,000 for Cornerstone's students each year.  Cornerstone Schools of Alabama, a non-profit Christian school located in Birmingham's Woodlawn area, is a preschool, elementary, and middle school dedicated to serving Birmingham's inner city kids. Now serving a record-breaking 271 students, the dually accredited school is currently in its third year of candidacy for becoming the first International Baccalaureate Primary School in Birmingham, with hopes to complete the process this spring. Event-goers can look forward to a night of live music by Teenage Daddy and the John Williams Jazz Trio, live and silent auctions, beverages and hors d'oeuvres, and event give-aways. Tickets to Schoolhouse Rock are $30 per person and can be purchased online at or at the door on the night of the event.

TOP CARS - Consumer Reports' 2013 Top Picks By Category:
     MIDSIZED SEDAN: Honda Accord ($23,270 to $30,860)
     SPORTS CARS: Scion FR-S ($25,025) and Subaru BRZ ($27,117)
     BUDGET CAR: Hyundai Elantra ($18,445)
     GREEN CAR: Toyota Prius ($26,750)
     COMPACT CAR: Subaru Impreza (Sedan, $21,345; hatchback $22,345)
     LUXURY CAR: Audi A6 ($56,295)
     MIDSIZED SUV: Toyota Highlander ($38,578 to $47,255)
     MINIVAN: Honda Odyssey ($36,830)
     SMALL SUV: Honda CR-V ($26,455)
     SPORTS SEDAN: BMW 328i ($43,195)

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GBHS - Hailey Rogers with the Greater Birmingham Humane Society introduced us to a pet today looking for a forever home! Her name is Ruby. For more information on today's pet or others up for adoption, call (205) 942-1211 or visit

Tomorrow on Good Day Alabama, we bring you the latest on the Sequester and if lawmakers made a last minute decision to stop it. We also talk with an economist to find out what it means for your wallet! It's Cottontails weekend and Jeh Jeh takes us to the BJCC to check out all the crafts, arts, and gift ideas! It's also time for the annual Jerry Brown Arts Festival and we look at the work and variety you'll find there! And comedian Don "DC" Curry joins us in the studio with some laughs! Join us for that and much more tomorrow on Good Day Alabama.

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