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Grey Matter

Grey highlights how diverse a seemingly simple neutral can be in our October 2014 fashion issue.

Photographed by Jim Lafferty
Styled by Mindi Shapiro Levine

Black Pearl

In recent years, the entire country has seen a rise in heroin abuse, and Alabama is no exception.

Written by Tom Gordon

Sand and Stone

As the weather chills, warm up your wardrobe with earthy shades that evoke the palette of a sun-soaked shore.

Photography by Liesa Cole
Styled by Mary Beth Wetzel

Man of Peace

The 14th Dalai Lama visits Birmingham.

Written by Lindsey Lowe

Cool Transitions

Transition your wardrobe into fall with this season’s coolest trends.

Photography by Chuck St. John
Styling by Tracy James

Sliced and Diced

Horror films startle, shock, and scare. In an homage to the genre, we invite both villains and victims to take a bite, raise a glass, and relax a moment before…well, you know.

Produced by Brett Levine
Food Styling by Lily Plauché

Operation Back to the Field

Amare Small, age 9, pens his first book.

Written by Lindsey Lowe
Photography by Eric Dejuan

On Water’s Edge

The King family teams up with Mountain Brook Interiors to create the perfect lake retreat.

Written by Brett Levine
Photography by Edward Badham

2014 Fusion Awards

Presented by the City of Birmingham, B-Metro Magazine’s Fusion Awards recognize people in Birmingham who represent excellence in their chosen fields and foster, cultivate, and exemplify a wide array of diversity in our community. These awards embrace the excellence of all citizens of any race, faith, gender, sexual orientation, age, or disability.

2014 Metro Menu

Get the inside scoop on Birmingham’s best dishes and restaurants in our annual menu guide.

One on One: Jill Marlar and Haley Young

Building a business out of what you love was a big part of this month’s edition of One on One.