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A look at Birmingham in videos …

Jeremiah Barker preaching on the streets of Lakeview. From Holiness Preacher.

Los Angeles hard rock band In This Moment performs “Black Widow” earlier this month at Iron City on Southside (our vertical video of the week). From Jay Burnham.

Oklahoma City rock band Hinder performs “Better Than Me” in April at Zydeco on Southside. From We R Gonna Be Up All Night.

Alex Huffman tests a driver from Vertical Groove Golf at Highland Park Golf Course. From Vertical Groove Golf.

Promo for HHH Sanitation near Tarrant. From DexHub Video Channel.

Hanging out by the Firehouse Shelter and the Church of the Reconciler downtown (our other vertical video of the week). From BBV2M LLC.

Riding the elevator at the Westin Birmingham downtown. From Elevatorman247 Productions.

The Barons’ Mason Robbins nails a home run against Jacksonville in April at Regions Field downtown. From Minor League Baseball.

Promo for the Regions Tradition starting Wednesday at Greystone Golf and Country Club in Hoover. From Lucas Read.

Going to see Gadsden hip-hop artist Yelawolf in September at Iron City on Southside. From Yelawolfpack Heidi Elliott.

Looking at Birmingham musician Sun Ra and his role as forefather of Afrofuturism. From Dust.

A 2010 commercial for Birmingham-based BBVA Compass. From Analog Indulgence.

Trailer for “Snakes in the Hood,” a dramatic feature shot and set in Birmingham. From Line of Fire Films Videos and Documentaries.

Birmingham blues-rock band Ben Guthrie Band performs “Spanish Moon” at a local private party. From Joshporter08.

The Atlanta Nets play in March’s Magic City Showcase at Woodlawn High School. From Atlanta Nets.

Birds infesting a house. From Rid-a-Critter Inc.

The Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus’ farewell tour in January at Legacy Arena downtown. From Austin Gibson.

Commercial for the Parkman White criminal defense firm downtown. From Parkman Law Firm.

Roaming the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Ruie Brooks.

Opelika safety Will Boler signs with UAB on National Signing Day in February. From the Dawg Network.

Audition video for Jeff Walker of the Kansas Wheelhawks to earn an invitation to April’s U.S. Men’s Wheelchair Basketball Tryout Camp at the Lakeshore Foundation in Homewood. From Jeff Walker.

Highlights from the 50th annual Beaux Arts Krewe Ball, fund-raiser for the Birmingham Museum of Art, in February at Boutwell Auditorium. From Cam Video Productions.

North Texas competes in February’s Conference USA track and field championship at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Mean Green Sports.

Texas post-rock band Explosions in the Sky performs in April at Iron City on Southside. From Annie Cole.

Arizona metalcore band Blessthefall performs “Hollow Bodies” in March at Zydeco on Southside. From the Holden 710.

Memphis rapper Yo Millionaire feeds the homeless downtown. From Yo Millionaire.

Swedish metal band Avatar performs earlier this month at Iron City on Southside. From Jay Burnham.

Promo for Hunter Nichols Productions in Leeds. From Hunter Nichols.

Retail Strategies, a Birmingham real estate consultancy, shares advice from its Advisory Council members. From Retail Strategies.

Jessica Powers of Powers Injury Law in Homewood discusses regulations for commercial truck drivers. From Powers Injury Law.

Drone footage of a sunset over Brook Highland. From the Adventures of Andrew and Hardie.

A look at the Birmingham Violence Reduction Initiative, a community partnership launched in 2015 to reduce violent crime. From Birmingham Violence Reduction Initiative.

Birmingham’s Illumny Dance Crew performs to Bessemer rapper Skoolie Escobar’s “Yoncé.” From Antonio Mincy.

Hooping at the toy store. From Peter Pauley.

The Velocity Accelerator program at Innovation Depot holds a Demo Day in April at Iron City on Southside, featuring its nine participating startups. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Fund-raising video for instruments at the East Lake School of Fine Arts, which opened in March. From iMusicAcademy.

A “Dining Out With Comedienne Joy” segment on Redeaux Café at City Hall downtown. From Comedienne Joy.

UAB’s Dr. Stefan Kertesz presents “Turning the Tide or Riptide: Ethical Challenges of the Changing Opioid Epidemic” as part of the Grand Rounds lecture series at Children’s of Alabama on Southside. From Stefan.

Alice Cooper’s Band performs earlier this month at the Nick on Southside. From Scott Johnson.

Opening of the Tim McGraw/Faith Hill concert in April at the Legacy Arena downtown. From Joshua Schaffer.

Highlights from the FireJam show in April at Avondale Brewing Company. From Kevin Henderson.

Salt Lake City post-hardcore band Eidola performs “Omni: First Temple” in March at the Nick on Southside. From Mrshamoozoo.

A visit to Sloss Furnaces (our other other vertical video of the week). From Zane Ramos.

Pakistani musician Rahat Fateh Ali Khan performs “Mere Rashke Qamar” in April at Samford University. From Dheeru Hits Collection.

Birmingham hard rock band Koralyst performs in April at Zydeco on Southside. From We R Gonna Be Up All Night.

Hoover’s M.J. Harris Construction Services working on the new UAB School of Nursing building. From Construction Channel.

Amtrak train arriving in Birmingham. From GM&W Railroad.

Another angle on Amtrak’s arrival. From GM&W Railroad.

Letitia Smiley and Jessica Coates of Birmingham onstage at By the Brook, a conference on caring for special needs children in June at Cookeville, Tenn. From Rising Above Ministries.

Shooting senior portraits in the springtime downtown. From Stanley Parrish Jr.

Alabama A&M Marching Maroon and White performs at the 2003 Magic City Classic halftime at Legion Field. From Xavier Brown.

“Book TV” segment on “Black Titan,” about noted Birmingham business leader A.G. Gaston. Carol Jenkins and Elizabeth Gardner Hines are the authors. From Nathan Nunnally.

A February visit to Atomic Lounge, Roots and Revelry, Vulcan, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Saturn (to see Iowa band Dickie) and the Alabama Theatre in February. From Anne Rance.

Game room at Kami-Con, the annual anime conference in January at the BJCC East Exhibition Hall downtown. From Justice Spectre.

The $10 Challenge at Kami-Con, looking for the most ridiculous, outrageous or strangest item in the dealers’ room. From Aaron Pabon.

Racing a Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 at the Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Town and Country TV.

Birmingham police car on the way. From Dirt Track Girl.

Drone footage of Renaissance Ross Bridge golf course in Hoover. From Blackbird Videography and Photography.

Lecture by Colombian artist Jessica Angel, whose work “Facing the Hyperstructure” is at UAB’s Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts through July 29. From Jessica Angel.

Scenes from the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama in April at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Pasion por la Velocidad.

Erin Barrow, interior designer for Tower Homes in Vestavia Hills, on design options. From Tower Homes.

Hooping with Bowser downtown. From Molly McQuitty.

Ashlyn Benefield, freshman catcher for Snead State Community College, tags UAB’s runner in this September softball game. From Ashlyn Benefield.

Commercial for the Birmingham Comedy Festival starting Friday. From Tollie Jones.

Jay Z’s “Reasonable Doubt” 20th anniversary pop-up shop in December at Alchemy 213 downtown. From Alchemy 213.

The 2003 Magic City Classic at Legion Field. From Alex Hines.

Trailer for the documentary “Letter from a Birmingham Girl,” an autobiographical look at someone who describes herself as “a woman, Korean American adoptee, amputee and Jew.” From Lily Ahree Siegel.

Downtown’s Innovation Depot set records in 2016. From Alabama NewsCenter.

El Paso R&B artist Khalid with Birmingham vlogger Erik Halley at the Turkish Food Festival in Hoover, Taste of India at UAB and more. From Erik Halley.

A thank you to fans and viewers from an Atlanta vlogger. From Mrshamoozoo.

A look around the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Kenneth Double.

Music video for “Life in the Ghetto” by Birmingham rappers B-Hold da General, De’Corleone and Tino Gambino, filmed in Sherman Heights. From B-Hold da General.

Sacramento EDM duo Hippie Sabotage onstage in March at Iron City on Southside. From 4d4mz.

Wade and Carrie celebrate the first wedding at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Carrie Hill Smith.

A look at “Four Little Girls,” a play at Gibbs High School in St. Petersburg, Fla., based on the 1963 bombing of Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. From WPDS TV14.

Watching trains in March in Irondale. From Carson Bean.

Highlights from Alabama Speed Club’s Drift Temple in March at Zamora Shrine Temple in Irondale. From Akioboy.

Taking on the Rumpshaker 5K in March at Regions Field and across downtown. From Skip Did It.

Discussing the possible private police force at Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Vestavia Hills (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Maranatha Again.

Minneapolis duo Curtis and Loretta performs “Ain’t She Sweet” in April. From Curtis and Loretta.

Drone footage of the Regions Center downtown promoting the Regions Tradition golf tournament. From Regions Bank.

And now, a rap (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Edgar Miller.

Talking with Sean Coyne, owner of College Hunks Hauling Junk in Homewood. From CJ Hunk.

Tuscaloosa rapper Walkin Money performs in April at the Palace in Graymont. From LoeKee247.

A Los Angeles Mercedes-Benz employee discusses visiting the Brand Immersion Experience while relaxing in his downtown hotel room. From Rafael Gonzalez.

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