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The Birmingham channel: Poetry and motion

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Promo for the Alabama Policy Institute’s annual dinner in October at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex downtown, featuring Justice Don Willett of the Texas Supreme Court. From Alabama Policy Institute.

Opal Lee, a 90-year-old civil rights activist, marches through Birmingham in October from Ft. Worth to Washington to make Juneteenth a federal holiday (our vertical video of the week). From Brenda Ward.

Time-lapse footage from Homewood, with Vulcan in the distance. From Saltymoss.

The 2016 college basketball tip-off party in November at Iron City on Southside. From Knight Eady.

Birmingham hip-hop artist Walter Duke performs at the Alabama Music Awards in July at the Carver Theatre downtown. From OTTV25.

From November, the state of Black Lives Matter Birmingham. From Black Lives Matter Birmingham.

Daxko’s team volunteers in October at YMCA Camp Cosby on Logan Martin Lake as part of Daxko Impact Day. From Daxko.

A look at the Pizitz building downtown undergoing a $70 million renovation. From Alabama NewsCenter.

A trip to the Birmingham Zoo (our other vertical video of the week). From Blue Streak Blonde.

Nashville rock band the Acorn People performs in November at the Nick on Southside. From Jay Dexter.

“Waiting. For Katie,” a song inspired by waiting for drummer Katie outside WorkPlay in Lakeview. From G. Love and Special Sauce.

Tom Tompkins on prophetic leadership at Charis Bible College in Glen Iris. From Tom Tompkins.

ThyssenKrupp Impulse hydraulic elevator at Vulcan Park and Museum. From DieselDucy.

Blue Cadillac. From the Whip Paparazzi.

Checking out the American Girl section at Toys “R” Us. From Tevin the Toy Guy.

Mexican Grupera band Grupo Bronco performs at El Mega Sol nightclub on Valley Avenue. From Carlitos Monterosa.

A look at Woodlawn. From Lords of Sapelo.

Mississippi rock band 3 Doors Down performs “Here Without You” in September at BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Michael Doyle.

Lightning on I-20 (our other other vertical video of the week). From Brian Dominguez.

Talking with Brett Byars, a salesperson at Limbaugh Toyota in the Ensley Highlands neighborhood. From Brett Byars.

Drone footage of Marc Steel Mill in North Titusville. From Southern Sky Pix.

An August Sunday morning in Irondale, catching seven trains. From Carson Bean.

Promo for “Cryin’ by Tonight” by Birmingham rock band Riverbend. From Jack Serra.

A 45 for “Jungle Rock (Part 2)” by the Champels, recorded at Boutwell Recording Studios. From Dick Blackburn.

The 11th annual My Favorite Poem event in September at the Alabama School of Fine Arts downtown. From AWC.

In town for a funeral. From Valerie Granville TV.

Celebrating the Hindu festival Durga Puja by singing “Ki Gabo Ami Ki Shonabo.” From Ayondeep Datta.

British metal band Carcass performs “Carnal Forge” and “No Love Lost” in November at Iron City on Southside. From Official B and B Records.

Around the city. From Erik Halley.

A member of Alpharetta (Ga.) First United Methodist Church describes his student mission in Birmingham over the summer. From Alpharetta First United Methodist Church.

Promo for the 2017 Super Summer Alabama seminary camp in July at Samford University. From Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions.

The Singletarys of Crestwood North talk about their concerns over air quality. From Gasp.

A tour of the Freedom, built by Alabama Tiny Homes in Mt. Olive. From Tiny House Listings.

Kiss performs in 1996 at the BJCC Arena downtown. From SpacemanaceLive.

Performances by Kamplife, Mz Fame, J. Missy, Joejizzle, Killa a k a Ginger Laflare, Yung Dolo and more. From Hip-Hop B’ham.

Visiting drought-stricken Lake Purdy in mid-November. From the Weekend Hiker.

Highlights from the 2016 Joint Leadership Development Conference in October at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. From Alabama Career and Technical Student Organizations.

Watching a train in Trussville. From Carson Bean.

Drone footage of Railroad Park in the fall. From Guzziknight.

A look at the Birmingham Bar Volunteer Lawyers Program. From Victoria Fetner.

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