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The Birmingham channel: Closing the circuit


A look at Birmingham in videos …

Birmingham Women’s March on Saturday at Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From Thomas N. Dennis.

Birmingham native Angela Davis speaks at the Women’s March Saturday in Washington. From Ata – Sylvia Rivera.

Spending an October weekend in Birmingham, including Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Railroad Park and Good People Brewing Company. From Macy V.

A trip to Vulcan (our vertical video of the week). From Kit MG3.

Highlight reel for defensive back Chris Johnson, playing for the University of Albany and Oak Mountain High School. From Street Light Recruiting.

WVTM-13 newscast opening for Jan. 1. From NWAR Media.

The Ducati Experience Tour in August at Big No. 1 Motorsports in Homewood. From Mrcstv.

Coca-Cola reps talk with John Currence, chef at Big Bad Breakfast in North Shelby County. From The Coca-Cola Co.

REO Speedwagon performs “Keep on Loving You” and “Roll with the Changes” in August at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From D Bear.

A narrated trip to Vulcan. From the Carpetbagger.

Trains downtown in spring 2015. From Paul Bislin.

Detroit rapper Big Hoodoo performs in October at Zydeco on Southside (our other vertical video of the week). From Bloody Hatchetz.

Riding in the glass elevator at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Diesel Ducy.

First day in Dubai: “I’ve lived in Birmingham for pretty much my whole life. Now I live in Dubai” (our other other vertical video of the week). From Matt Jones.

The Shine Showdown for detailers in October at Insane Paint Auto Detailing in Pelham. From Tremond Director Truesdale.

Leaders discuss economic development in December at the Birmingham Business Alliance 2016 Chairman’s Luncheon at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Debra Period on not voting in November’s general election. From #EuropeGoesUS – LENA.

And T.R. German Jr. of Bessemer on voting in November’s general election. From #EuropeGoesUS – LENA.

Birmingham rapper Nacho Man performs at Onyx Lounge in Smithfield (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Nacho Man TV.

Antoin Adams on when Birmingham raised minimum wage to $10.10 per hour. From AL.com.

The flooring at Children’s of Alabama. From NORA – Baueco.

Deleted scene from the documentary “First Lady of the Revolution.” From Spark Media.

Promo for We Are Visionaries. From Darrius Robinson.

Preview of Birmingham City Schools’ 77th annual All-City Christmas Music Festival in December at Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

South African singer-songwriter and guitarist Jonathan Butler performs at Steel City Jazz Festival in 2014 at Linn Park downtown (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Ask Kay Today.

The Birmingham Boys Choir performs “What Child Is This?” in December at Canterbury United Methodist Church in Mountain Brook. From Birmingham Boys Choir.

Promo for Harsen Boutique in Five Points West. From Josh Director.

Terry Adams performs “I’m Not Over You” at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Terry Adams Music.

Nashville country musician Sturgill Simpson performs “Call to Arms” in September at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Ttriece.

What are the best coffee shops for studying? From Emma Massengale.

Drone footage of drought-stricken Lake Purdy in late September. From Matt Ezell.

Don McNeal and James Rimmer speak at a symposium in August at the Hilton Birmingham Perimeter Park. From MS Views and News Learning Channel on YouTube.

Vloggers Anna Grace and Taylor on a trip to Birmingham. From Anna Grace and Taylor.

South Carolina coach Will Muschamp after December’s Birmingham Bowl at Legion Field. From the Big Spur.

Media conference for the 2016 Birmingham Bowl announcing participating teams South Carolina and South Florida. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Indiana rock band the Ataris perform “The Boys of Summer” in December at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Stephanie Amber.

Driving for Dollars in Roebuck with Brian Trippe. From Alabama Real Estate Investor Association.

Promo for crowdfunding campaign for documentary “Letter from a Birmingham Girl.” From Lily Ahree Siegel.

Birmingham’s Fania Davis speaks on “Restorative Justice: A Relational, Healing and Radical Practice” in December at the University of California, Santa Cruz. From IHR.

Family outing to Vulcan and Treetop Family Adventure in Chelsea. From Christopher Mosley.

Promo for Lynsey Weatherspoon Photography. From Lynsey Weatherspoon.

Birmingham singer-actor Jordan Fisher performs in July at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From Austin Bryant.

Exploring Sloss Furnaces. From Sharpenedge.

New York singer-songwriter Sarah Jarosz performs in September at Saturn in Avondale. From Smartabrett.

Instructional video for the Easy Changer, a tool designed to help replace long fluorescent tubes, invented by Birmingham’s Bill Wright. From Terrphyl.

Jim Stephkovich of the National Weather Service Birmingham chats with meteorologist David Neal, formerly of Birmingham, about the drought longevity in Alabama and the lack of rain hitting the state in November. From WeatherNation.

Keep faith. Have a vision. (Our other other other other other vertical video of the week.) From Boo Wezzie.

Inside Lovelady Thrift Store in Eastwood, formerly a Circuit City location. From the Showstopper Shows.

Drone footage of Regions Field downtown. From Bravo Aerials.

Members of Delta Sigma Theta wrap presents donated to the Rickey Smiley Foundation for Birmingham children. From Arkadia Films.

Promo for My Econ (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Melissa King.

Dancers filmed in Birmingham and Nashville for Nashville in Harmony’s Road to Holiday December concert. From Kamren Kennedy.

Highlights from the Sky Is the Limit September mixer/fund-raiser at the Redmont Hotel downtown. From Marks Media.

New York singer-songwriter Ron Pope performs “One Grain of Sand” in October at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Julie-Anne D.

St. Louis alt-country band Son Volt performs “Windfall” in May at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Andrea Childers.

Drone footage of Vulcan. From Rory Williams.

Savannah plays with the motion-activated wall at the McWane Science Center downtown. From Kimberlykaye1985 Kimberly.

Working on a new overpass above I-20/59 at night. From Angel Aldana.

More than 200 volunteers pick up trash at a Lake Purdy cleanup day in November. From AL.com.

Carrie Underwood performs “Good Girl” in November at Legacy Arena downtown. From Matt F.

Alaskan rock band Portugal. The Man performs “All Your Light” in November at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Mark Traylor.

Driving north on Red Mountain Expressway. From Misael 205.

Stop-motion video depicting the Freedom Riders in Birmingham. From Caitlyn1159.

Celebrating the second anniversary of el Apóstol de Jesucristo (Apostle of Jesus Christ) ministry. From Berea Internacional.

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