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The Birmingham channel: The produce below, the skies above


A look at Birmingham in videos …

The Militia All-Stars from Warrior take part in a Birmingham cheerleading competition. From Militia All-Stars.

Promo for Rock the Block vacation Bible school. From the Church at Brook Hills.

Giraffes at the Birmingham Zoo. From Abby.

Oakland rapper G-Eazy performs in April at Sloss Furnaces. From Nick Mills.

Spring lightning. From thebrookiew.

Hanging out at Railroad Park, the Red Cat and Dreamcakes, plus the tunnel under Palisades. From Kristine.

University Innovation Fellows candidate David Long, a UAB mechanical engineering student. From Dave Long.

Drone footage of Berry High School in Hoover. From Bluff Park Drone.

Roadtrip to Birmingham, including Samford University, Ed’s Pet World, Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Pepper Place and Railroad Park. From Meg Stafford.

Atlanta rapper Young Thug performs at April’s Magic City Hip-Hop Bash at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Rico Kool.

Commercial for Fresh Ave. Grooming and Style in Five Points South. From Posey Visual Arts.

Elephants at the Birmingham Zoo. From Maddie Hart Loves Cheer.

Springtime flowers at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Kristin Lane.

Grace McAllister performs at the Platinum National Dance Competition in April at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Dianne McWhirter.

Boise pop artist Youth Lagoon performs “Pelican Man” in 2013 at Bottletree Cafe in Avondale. From Guy Phillips.

A 1996 ultimate fighting match between John Campetella and Gary Goodridge at Bill Harris Arena in Five Points West. From Jeremy White.

Stan Law, president and CEO of YMCA of Greater Birmingham, talks about the launch of the Let’s Move Outside! program. From Birmingham YMCA.

Time-lapse footage of the sky from Terrace Court Apartments in Five Points South. From Jacob Thornton.

Testimonial for Atlanta’s Perfect Entertainment filmed at a wedding at the Westin Birmingham. From Perfect Entertainment.

Drone footage of an April storm approaching the city. From John Brown.

The Rickey Smiley Foundation helps people in Birmingham. From Arkadia Films.

Claude Nielsen and John Sherman of Birmingham’s Coca-Cola United. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Highlights from the Association of Related Churches April conference at Church of the Highlands in Irondale. From ARC.

“Possible Ebola case” (our vertical video of the week). From Terrell Dunn.

Drone footage of Railroad Park downtown. From Drone Productions.

ACE Cheer Company level 5 team tryouts’ required routine. From ACE Cheer Company.

Lightrails at night. From Kristin Lane.

Jam band Widespread Panic performs “Honky Red” in April at Legacy Arena downtown. From Craig Baird.

College students and employers seeking IT and engineering help meet at April’s Talent Recruitment Project at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Watch the 2016 Honda Indy Grand Prix. From Insane Race.

Dance battle. From Nuway2live.

Swedish Americana duo First Aid Kit performs “Waitress Song” at July’s SlossFest. From Guy Phillips.

Andrew Brower, executive director of the Birmingham United Soccer Association, recaps the 2015-16 season. From 81 Shop.

Birmingham’s Traylor and Melody Lovvorn present “The Healing Path After the Trauma of Betrayal” in March at the Utah Coalition Against Pornography Conference in Salt Lake City. From Vauna Davis.

A visit to Pepper Place Market in Lakeview. From Andria.

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