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A look at Birmingham in videos …

Taking off from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport for Dallas-Fort Worth (our vertical video of the week). From Nick Wilde.

Dr. William Hedden performs a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) and a hernia repair operation at Hedden Plastic Surgery in the Lee Branch neighborhood of Hoover (our other vertical video of the week). From Hedden Plastic Surgery.

A World Changers mission team from South Carolina’s Green Sea Baptist Church heading to Birmingham for the summer. From JBizzleChristiandude.

Birmingham band St. Paul and the Broken Bones performing in June at the Trinity Centre in Bristol, England. From Bob Goff.

Riding a waterslide at Slide the City in June in Vestavia Hills. From PiDelta524.

Benga Harrison, director of Hands on Birmingham, discusses the importance of volunteering. From United Way.

Admiring the summer beauty of Oak Mountain State Park. From R Or.

A trip to a Birmingham Barons game. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Looking out from the Vulcan observation tower. From Joseph Girgente.

A look at William and Amy’s house on the HGTV show “My House Is Worth What?” From Jalete Nelms.

National Speech and Debate Association 2013 awards video, held in Birmingham. From Aftermontana.

The Texas A&M’s 1985 season opener against Alabama at Legion Field. From Bama Rewind.

Time-lapse footage of the Father’s Day sunset. From DikByrd.

Behind the scenes with the male step team from Houston’s Windsor Village United Methodist Church at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. From dannyboyakadboy11.

The Willie J. Perry Foundation and Birmingham’s Batman. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Mariah Pearson at June’s Birmingham Thunderbolts Five-Star Exposure Tournament in south Alabama. From August Pearson.

About to go bowling in Trussville (our other other vertical video of the week). From G. Wilson.

Starting up the Birmingham A.G. Gaston Enrichment Program for students. From Atlanta’s Resource for Entertainment and Arts.

Birmingham singer-songwriter Danielle Lea Davis performs at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Jerry W. Henry.

Full moon in June. From Williams Lopez.

Highlight reel for Hueytown’s Catlin Carter, point guard/shooting guard for Ramsay High. From Street Light Recruiting.

Checking out Birmingham, including Lightrails and Uptown. From Devin Dunkin.

New Orleans rock band Cowboy Mouth performs in June at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Matt Butler.

Regular Guy Eat’n Food visits Eugene’s Hot Chicken food truck. From Josh Byers.

Gospel songs “Nobody Like You Lord” and “He’s Able” at True House of Prayer Baptist Church in North Birmingham. From Jarrell Jordan.

Fireworks at Regions Field in 2015. From Casey Jones.

Michigan hardcore band Spitback performs in June at the High Note on Southside. From Bent Photography Ohio.

J.C. Blakely of ProAssurance in Birmingham gives a testimonial for Future Vision Energy. From Future Vision Energy.

Celebrating Go Skateboarding Day on June 21. From Dylon Boyd.

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo at Sol Azteca in Vestavia Hills. From Kevin Sarabia.

The Samford A Cappella Choir performs “Deep River” at May’s International Choir Festival and Competition in Lithuania. The group won Grand Prix in the event. From Lithuania Choir Festivals.

A flight simulation from Birmingham to Atlanta. From Musical Aviator.

A closer look at the World Changers mission trip in June. From World Changers.

Exploring a double-shaft iron ore mine on Red Mountain in Bessemer. From MrTropics64.

Alabama Hornets beat the Birmingham Bulls 72-63 in the second annual O.B. Kings Father’s Day Classic in Huntsville. From the Cluxton Breakdown.

Working out at Railroad Park downtown. From Kristen Osborne.

Dinosaur looking for trouble at the Birmingham Zoo (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Jacob Brooks.

Macon, Ga., rock band Madre Padre performs “Just a Taste” in June at the Nick on Southside. From Cameron Latham.

Dr. Chris LaGanke, of Cullman, on “Patient Self-Advocacy Through Knowledge” in May at the Birmingham Marriott. From MS Views and News Learning Channel.

Heading south on I-65 to west on I-20/59. From Big Rig Travels Video Vault.

Maryland rapper Logic performs “Fade Away” Saturday at the Sloss Music and Arts Festival (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From James Lasseter.

Tuscaloosa’s Deontay Wilder fights Chris Arreola Saturday at Legacy Arena. From Boxing News and Fights.

Drone footage of a Birmingham suburb at sunset. From David R..

Race report from Hayden Gillim in June at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Suzuki Cycles.

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