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The Birmingham channel: Every band for itself


A look at Birmingham in videos …

The Alabama State Mighty Marching Hornets performs at the 2015 Magic City Classic halftime show battle of the bands Saturday at Legion Field. From ShowtimeWeb.

The Alabama A&M Marching Maroon and White performs at the 2015 Magic City Classic halftime show battle of the bands Saturday at Legion Field. From ShowtimeWeb.

The 2015 Magic City Classic parade Saturday downtown. From L. Lake Williams.

Rapper Common performs this past weekend at the Birmingham Museum of Art downtown for Classic Soiree. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Kyle Moore pitches during the summer at Birmingham-Southern’s Striplin Field. From Kyle Moore.

Birmingham rock band Outshine performs at Tilted Kilt on U.S. 280. From Larry Treichel.

The Carver High marching band performs for the Aga Khan Foundation fund-raiser in October at Railroad Park downtown. From tyanric05.

A tour of the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Van Tripping.

A look at Helping Horses Alabama, a nonprofit organization that has taken in 55 horses at Six Brier Farm in Brierfield. From Sampson Stevens.

At the Lit House hip-hop October showcase at the High Note Lounge on Southside. From theprblms.

Waterfall at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From wingback14.

The Birmingham Underground Cypher, part 2. From Roc Reels.

A look at Children’s Village, a Birmingham nonprofit organization specializing as a long-term placement facility for children. From Vulcan Media.

Alabaster blues-rock band Yellowed Out performs “The Grey” in October at Zydeco on Southside. From Yellowed Out.

Time-lapse footage of the Vestavia Country Club golf course. From Daniel Mullaly.

Forgotten footage outside of the FBI Building downtown. From Bama Camera.

Looking at Birmingham’s abandoned places. From ATL Viewer.

The Minor High School marching band performs in October at a Stone Mountain competition. From Freddie Batey.

Oklahoma Americana band Turnpike Troubadours performs last week at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From rkincaid2012.

Commercial for investment rental property. From Safe Future.

A look at Her Choice Birmingham Women’s Center on Southside. From United for Life Foundation.

Talking with the Etheridge family about its history in homegrown businesses. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Baton Rouge rapper Boosie Badazz (a k a Lil Boosie) performs last week at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From RayTheGreat22.

Comedian-musician Bo Burnham performs “Lower Your Expectations” in October at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Destiny Davis.

See the PBS special on Birmingham native E.O. Wilson
and his scientific legacy

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