Are you spending your Sunday catching up with last week's news? Here's 10 stories you may have missed about Birmingham this week:
: The city announced Tuesday that would also investigate how Class C "quota" licenses are distributed.
: Members of the Seaholm student group Birmingham Voice are trying to fight incidents of bullying and racism at the high school.
: The Birmingham City Commission approved a plan to install 42 new bike racks throughout downtown Birmingham Monday.
: Owners say they're dedicated to improving public safety in town and suggest a taskforce to study the issue.
: Pulled from the police blotter, this incident includes a cab driver being beaten up on Bird Avenue.
: is participating in a program that allows library patrons to "check out" passes to Michigan state parks.
: Suggestions so far include an independent bookstore and vegetarian restaurant.
: Pulled from our sports highlights blog, a report on the Seaholm Maples' defeat of Ferndale in a softball double header on Tuesday.
: The list of winners also includes artists from Troy and Bloomfield Hills. An exhibit of the winners are currently on display at the .
: Entries are now being accepted for the annual Jewelers of Birmingham High School Jewelry Competition.