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A look at Birmingham in videos …

“Unseen: No Ordinary Story,” a short documentary about homeless people in Birmingham. From Aly Hathcock.

Birmingham native and actor Linc Hand at a fund-raiser for ovarian cancer. From Edie Hand.

Cal Breed speaks at the Pecha Kucha event during Design Week Birmingham 2014. From Design Week Birmingham.

Nashville rapper Hecto performs with Big Henry earlier this month at the Nick on Southside. From Hecto.

Diversity discussions in the classroom. From Amber Torres-Lopez.

Filmmakers Jon and Andy Erwin discuss “Woodlawn” with host Rob Dempsey. From HIS Radio.

Monica K. Slater sings at the District 8 Party With a Purpose earlier this month at Ensley Park. From Monica Slater.

YouTube star Joshua D and Friends perform earlier this month at the Comedy Club Stardome in Hoover. From Tay Kitten.

A look at TrimTab Brewing Company from the National Beer Wholesalers Association. From Dean Hovell.

Road trip to the Riverchase Galleria in Hoover and Railroad Park downtown. From Stanley Veus.

Appalachian Crankie installation performance earlier this month as part of the East Lake Artist Village and Revive 2.0 East Lake at the College Theatre in East Lake. From Rosemary Johnson.

“The Exit Plan Show” interviews Whitney Johns Martin with Birmingham’s TWV Capital Management. From Norman A. Hood.

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood performs a cover of “The Music’s Hot” earlier this month at Iron City on Southside. From Natural Music.

Katie Sunshine leads a hula hoop class in September at St. Vincent’s on Southside. From Carron HoopsAlot.

The Komen Race for a Cure fund-raiser last week in Linn Park downtown. From Starnes Publishing.

“I’m tired of light red Birmingham being on my mind” (our vertical video of the week). From Gabriel Lavender.

Sara Evans performs “My Heart Can’t Tell You No” in 2012 at the BJCC Arena. From Timothy Ruebin.

Brandi Carlile performs earlier this month at Iron City on Southside (our other vertical video of the week). From Eric Chester.

Fred Spicer, executive director of the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, talks about Antiques in the Gardens on the Rose Chat Podcast. From Rose Chat Podcast.

Singer-songwriter and “The Voice” contestant Melanie Martinez performs earlier this month at Saturn in Avondale. From Kylie Benjamin.

Jackson Browne performs a cover of “Mama Couldn’t Be Persuaded” earlier this month at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From David Eckoff.

Drone footage of Vulcan. From Duncan Meredith.

Promo video for Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School in Ensley. From United for Life Foundation.

“A Life of Review” short film: “Considering suicide, Jeff takes the advice of a co-worker and calls a support hot line. The call, however, is not what Jeff expected it to be.” From Forever an Astronaut.

Fashion show with Birmingham firefighters at the Southern Women’s Show earlier this month at the BJCC North Exhibition Hall. From al.com.

Footage of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From A’Keriah Samuel.

S.O.T.K. does the “Hotline Bling” dance. From Jacquez Young.

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