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The Birmingham channel: True heritage


A look at Birmingham in videos …

Cage the Elephant lead singer Matt Shultz goes crowd surfing during its set this weekend at the first Sloss Music and Arts Festival. From Carson Meadows.

Sarah Collins Rudolph receives an award from the Birmingham Pledge at an event commemorating the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. From Sandy Jaffe.

Orlando Renegades vs. Birmingham Stallions on May 27, 1985, at Legion Field. Stallions win 41-17. From USFL Forever.

Singer Chris Brown performs Dec. 21 at the BJCC Arena downtown. From ChatinWitTrena.

A recap of the Chattanooga Lookouts vs. Birmingham Barons. From Big Orange TTM.

Birmingham, now whiter than ever. From the Stewart/Perry Company.

Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band performs “With a Little Help From My Friends” on Feb. 15 at the BJCC Concert Hall. From Eric Hawley.

A look inside the Negro Southern League Museum on Southside. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Art’s second trip to St. John Kame Coptic Orthodox Church in Homewood. From Art Nichols.

Singer Alvin Garrett hanging with the fellas after a recent performance in Birmingham (our vertical video of the week). From Alvin Garrett.

Desmond Gullett sings the National Anthem at the start of a Birmingham Barons game (our other vertical video of the week). From Desmond Gullett.

Time lapse of the Birmingham skyline. From Steven Nave.

Railroad crossing on 24th Street; note the mechanical bell. From freebrickproductions.

A confrontation with a Birmingham police officer over filming federal buildings downtown (our other other vertical video of the week). From Lynwood Golden.

Sloss Fest, day 1. From Sloss Music and Arts Festival.

Driving through Birmingham at night. From Eric Morgan.

Trying out the skid pad at the Porsche Sport Driving School, Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Laura.

William Flowers, of the white supremacist group League of the South, speaks at a Confederate monument rally in Linn Park. From William Flowers.

A look at the Summer Engineering Experience for Kids at Avondale Elementary. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Boston rock band the Pixies perform “Velouria” on May 6 at Iron City on Southside. From treser62.

Time Inc. building more test kitchens on Homewood campus. From WIAT 42.

Music video for “Take It Away” by Bessemer gospel singer Netra. From Terri D. Smith.

A mild disagreement downtown. From LiveLeak.

Music video for “Grip” by Birmingham hip hop artist Lil Haze. From Dapper Donn.

Music video for “Don’t Close” by Birmingham singer Jou. From UAB Film.

Author John Green files an update from the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport while touring to promote his new movie “Paper Towns.” From vlogbrothers.

Jonathan Jackson, star of “Nashville,” and Enation perform “Let the Beauty Out” June 18 at the Nick on Southside. From Outlaw Films.

John Oliver discusses the Vestavia Hills High mascot the Rebel Man on “Last Week Tonight.” From Berto Majden.

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