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I have been doing business with Homewood Toy and Hobby for over 4 years. An excellent place to find any and all hobby needs. I fly RC Model Aircraft and enjoy a shop that fulfills all my needs. Reasonably priced, excellent customer service, and great atmosphere. If they don't have something you need they will order and have it as soon as possible. Have questions, they can answer. From electrics to gas and glow they have just about any airplane you would want, and in stock, what a huge selection. Accessories abound, just about anything you need. Thanks Homewood Hobby, I enjoy the store and the people who work there! 10 Stars if I could, what else can I say!!!!!!!


Homewood Toy & Hobby is the oldest toy store and hobby shop in the Birmingham area. We are family owned and operated since 1950 with a focus on classic toys for the child inside of everyone. We carry a wide variety of brands including but, not limited to: Lionel Trains, Playmobil, Melissa & Doug, Corolle Dolls, Lego, Horizon Hobby and Traxxas. We also offer free gift wrapping for any item over $10! Give us a call or send us an email with any questions that you may have about our products. Our sales associates are here to help you find the perfect item for any occasion. Happy shopping and we hope to see you soon! less


Carried over a no-parking sign variance request from downtown merchants: A contingent of downtown business- and property-owners who fought unsuccessfully to stop a church from zoning onto Linden Avenue property were back tonight asking permission to post larger-than-allowed No Parking signs on the privately owned lots behind 2800-2836 18th Street South. The properties represent businesses such as Cahaba Cycle, Homewood Toy & Hobby Shop, Pure Barre, Soca Apparel, Shaia’s, and Sam’s Super Samwiches. Many, if not most, had staunchly opposed the rezoning of a Linden building for the Church of the Advent, saying church attendees would use their parking and crowd out paying customers. The council’s vote in favor of rezoning was the catalyst for tonight’s request to post large and even imposing No Parking signs at each of the parking entrances along Linden.


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Merchants whose opposition to rezoning for a Church of the Advent satellite on Linden are back, this time asking for conspicuous No Parking signs to prevent church attendees from straying into their lots. Mr. Busenlehner, founder of Homewood Toy & Hobby Shop, pointed out the law already allows him to post individual signs at each of his privately owned spaces–something he says he doesn’t want to resort to. The council urged patience to give an ad hoc parking committee time to study the problem first. Merchants representing the core of the city’s downtown shops, from Cahaba Cycles to Sam’s Super Samwiches sat stern-faced in the audience as their representative pitched the request in the most positive way he could–the signs will prevent cars from being towed, the Fravert representative said. They list who MAY park here, not who can’t.


In discussion, Mr. Wright asked if the merchants would hold their request until an ad hoc parking committee headed by Mr. Thames could start meeting. The group had met once already. Toy & Hobby Shop founder Walter Busenlehner said none of the merchants were invited to that meeting and Mr. Thames said Steve Thomas, head of the Downtown Merchants Association, was notified and sent out an email about it to the members. However, Mr. Thames said it was only a brief organizational meeting and promised to call a meeting of the full membership before the next council meeting. Merchants agreed to wait.


We carry the largest selection of remote control in Birmingham; cars, trucks, boats, planes, heli's and drones. Let our experienced staff help you with all of your hobby needs! Need something repaired? We also offer in house repair service for a small fee on most items. If you don't see it on our shelf, we can get whatever you need within just a matter of days. Why shop online when you can buy local?


Approved work in the right-of-way for a residential parking pad and wall: Mr. Laws wasn’t inclined to approve the project, in which a resident is cutting a paved parking pad into the front of his residence at 222 Devon Drive, and using city right-of-way as a staging area. A long discussion followed on the justification of the work; other such requests have been presented — and rejected–as exemptions from driveway regulations. See similar case, next. The house was before another city board in October 2014.


Carried over a request to cut a paved parking pad into the property a narrow driveway: The homeowner at 3107 Whitehall Road agreed to bring drawings and a survey to the next council meeting, so members could visualize the request, which will require working in the city’s right-of-way. The Public Works Committee had not voted to recommend the project.


“I commend Auburn University on obtaining the new FAA approval,” said Seth Hammett, a member of the Auburn University Aviation Center Steering Committee. “It is another step in continuing the long-time educational excellence in aviation and aerospace at the university. Our state will benefit by having unmanned aircraft system operators trained in the safe, effective use of these aircraft.”


A fun get together for people that fly  or people that are interested in learning more.   Anyone is welcome to attend for free but if you plan to fly your drone or want to be in the raffle it’s a $20 landing fee,  includes one raffle ticket. Come out and enjoy some FPV flying fun. Located at West Shelby R/C Club, 12240 Hwy 17 Montevallo AL


The Phantom 3 controller comes integrated with DJI’s Lightbridge technology, which allows the drone operator to see what the drones camera is seeing at 1080p at 60 frames per second. It also is stabilized with a 3-axis gimbal. The three pound drone has 23 minutes of flight time and can fly at a maximum altitude of 6,000 meters above sea level.Phantom 3 – Remote 2