Here's what you saw on Good Day Alabama:
JEH JEH LIVE - Spring is fast approaching- a time of renewal- when consumers begin thinking about building a new home or remodeling their current home. The Home Building & Remodeling Showcase, that will take place March 18-20 at the Pelham Civic Complex is sure to inspire both. As the housing market continues to improve, builders, remodelers, and other industry professionals are more confident. The Showcase will give attendees a chance to connect with some of the premier businesses in the area that can help with home building and home improvement dreams. The Showcase is also the perfect opportunity to see innovative new products that could give your home beauty, efficiency and increased resale value. In addition to perusing the more than 140 vendors, take time to learn from the experts with one of the many seminars. Tickets are $7 each, and children 12 and under are free. Tickets are available for purchase at the door, and all major credit cards are accepted. All current and former Military personnel will receive free admission with Military ID. The show runs today and tomorrow from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Visit www.birminghambuilder.com.
BEST IN BUZZ - Hollywood Publicist Jaime Sullivan joined us to discuss celebrity news. She discussed Chris Klein and his wife who are having a baby and Jennifer Garner who says she is moving on after her split from husband Ben Affleck.
BBJ - Mike talked with Brent Godwin from the Birmingham Business Journal. They discussed how the Land Bank plans to turn eyesores into assets and how the Federal Reserve building in downtown Birmingham is finally undergoing a renovation. For more on these and other business stories, visit www.birminghambusinessjournal.com.
ZOO CREW - Rebekah Daniels joined us from the Birmingham Zoo to introduce Mickey to the new Dino Discovery exhibit. To learn more information about it or visit the zoo, go to www.birminghamzoo.com.
HEAD OVER HEELS - Grammy Nominated Artist Kenny Lattimore, playwright Lolita Snipes, and comedian Tony Tone joined us with the scoop on their new production "Lolita Snipes' Head Over Heels." Along with Kenny and Tony, it stars Tamika Scott from Multi-Platinum Group Xscape, Broadway Actress Jenifer Nesbitt, Apollo Theater's funny lady Big Que, and Jazz Legend Theresa Hightower! It is an electrifying comical journey to find love. A beautiful young attorney falls for a smooth-talking bad boy and soon learns there is more to being in love that just chemistry when the zany family members take matters into their own hands. Amidst the laughter, the story weaves the universal themes of love, relationship, family and the ultimate love of God! It is rated G and appropriate and entertaining for all audiences! Catch Lolita Snipes' "Head Over Heels" Gospel Comedy Stage Play this weekend at the BJCC Concert Hall. The shows are tonight at 8 p.m. and tomorrow at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Get your tickets at the BJCC or any Ticketmaster outlet and online at www.ticketmaster.com.
THE PASSION - "The Passion," written by Peter Barsocchini, tells the 2000-year-old story of the last hours of Jesus Christ's life on earth through passages from the Bible and a variety of contemporary popular music, sung by the cast, and arranged specifically for this event by executive producer and hit music producer Adam Anders. Set in modern day, the event will follow the dramatic and inspirational story of Jesus of Nazareth as he presides over the Last Supper, and then is betrayed by Judas, put on trial by Pontius Pilate, convicted, crucified and resurrected. The event will unfold live at some of New Orleans' most iconic locations while featuring a procession of a thousand people carrying a 20-foot, illuminated cross from outside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome to the live stage at Woldenberg Park on the banks of the Mississippi River. And it all airs live on WBRC FOX6 on Sunday evening beginning at 7 p.m. "The Passion" stars Jencarlos Canela as Jesus Christ, Chris Daughtry as Judas, Prince Royce as the disciple Peter, Seal as Pontius Pilate and Trisha Yearwood as Mary, the mother of Jesus. Tyler Perry will serve as host and narrator, and Grammy Award-winning singer Yolanda Adams will perform a special opening number.
GO BUILD ALABAMA - Power Up: It's a Mother-Daughter Thing! If you have ever stopped to think about the construction industry, you would realize it is quite unique. The construction industry affects everyone's lives and creates buildings that increase in value over time. Construction is an industry where brick and mortar meet cutting edge technology and employment opportunities are plentiful. Although the industry offers numerous careers, there continues to be a critical skills shortage. Fewer people have entered the industry over time because choosing construction-related careers have not been popular. As a result, the recruitment of women into the construction workforce has long been identified as a potential solution to overcome the labor shortage. The mission of "Power Up: It's a Mother-Daughter Thing" is to empower young women and their mothers to become engaged, educated and explore career opportunities in the construction industry. The primary goal is to educate girls and their mothers on pathways into the construction industry, engage girls and their mothers through one-on-one dialogue with women and employers in the construction industry and explore the construction industry with hands-on activities that reflect real-world situations. This collaborative effort recognizes educating young talent, creating partnerships at all levels and removing barriers as factors in developing a diversified and stronger construction industry workforce. The event takes place March 22 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the AIDT/Alabama Workforce Training Center located at 3500 6th Avenue South, Birmingham, Alabama 35222. For more information, call (205) 719-3239.