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Alabama Flames vs. Huntsville’s Rocket City Pride at the Future150 tournament in May at Homewood High School. From Rocket City Pride.

On the CB with 225 Birmingham. From 920 Mission Control.

“This Is Alabama” on Birmingham businesses. From Justin Yurkanin.

Jacob Kirschenbaum of Southeastern Technology Consultants in Homewood recaps Velocity Accelerator’s Demo Day in April. From Process Marketing.

Drone footage of Railroad Park and Regions Field downtown. From Jonathan Williams.

Fort Lauderdale rock band Nonpoint performs “In the Air Tonight” in April at Zydeco on Southside. From We R Gonna Be Up All Night.

Diversity on the Carver soccer teams. From al.com.

Nashville country band Old Dominion performs for a soundcheck for a May show at Avondale Brewing Company. From Brandi H.

Talking with Temple Emanu-El’s Jessica Roskin and Veronica Orozco Barrios, from the 2013 documentary “Road to Eden.” From Doug Passon Law | D Major Films.

Barons pitcher Michael Kopech earns his 10th strikeout against the Generals’ Rudy Flores in April at Jackson. From Minor League Baseball.

East Rome (Ga.) High School’s band marching in the 1970s into a Birmingham stadium. From Obop2.

“Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly” 2013 story on the 50th anniversary of the Children’s March in Birmingham. From Kim Lawton.

The Tax March in April at Linn Park. From This N That in AL.

The 2001 Magic City Classic at Legion Field. From Alex Hines.

James B. Robinson, M. Heath Hale and Siraj Abdullah, team doctors from Alabama, Auburn and UAB respectively, discuss concussion research. From UAB News.

Pickup “rolls coal” on minivan on I-459. From Bad Drivers of Smyrna, GA.

Drone footage of a house in the Preserve in Hoover. From Aerial Methods.

Venture for America holds a job fair in April at Innovation Depot downtown. Birmingham was one of three host cities. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Commercial for Fiat of Birmingham in Irondale. From Kernel.

On the podium for winning a gymnastics meet (our vertical video of the week). From Eric Enderle.

Hiking in Oak Mountain State Park. From UAB News.

Climbing at Moss Rock Preserve in Hoover. From George Evans.

Making Ricotta Pancakes with Brown Butter-Maple Syrup, by Post Office Pies chef John Hall. From Southern Living.

Looking back at 8 years at Rock City Church in Forestdale. From Rock City TV.

Two trios from Dancing Dolls of Birmingham perform. From Dance 4 Your Life.

More Dancing Dolls. From Dancing Dolls.

A look at the Pizitz apartments downtown. From Urban Spaces.

Kristin Noles and her mother Madeline Harris discuss Noles’ breast cancer diagnosis. Noles is a nurse manager at UAB Hospital and School of Nursing; Harris is director of the Women’s Breast Health Fund at the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham. From Patient Power.

Looking at the parts at Nextran Truck Center in Fultondale. From Toolorgateam.

Scenes from the D Royal Queendom 3-Year Business Celebration and Fashion Show in March at the Bessemer Civic Center. From Supreme BG.

Back yard tree frog in a jar (our other vertical video of the week). From Jay Burnham.

“El Vive (He Lives),” an Easter production in Spanish at Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Smithfield. From Yadira y Daniel Marchena.

Promo for Samford University. From Samford Admission.

Commercial for Premiere Chevrolet in Bessemer. From Premiere Chevrolet.

Commercials from another 1991 airing of “Dark Shadows” on WVTM-13. From Maljardin.

Let’s Play session from Edgewater YouTube gamer KanameX12 on “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.” From Beat That Guy KanameX12.

Birmingham mayor William Bell as DJ at Seasick Records in Crestwood North. From Pre Herald.

Commercial real estate firm Collateral Properties in Irondale shows off its holdings in the metro area. From Collateral Properties.

Columbus, Ohio, rock band Starset performs “Die For You” and “Monster” in May at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From DTenacity.

Montgomery rap group Dirty Boyz performs at Mike’s Crossroads in Smithfield. From LQ Entertainment.

A look inside Chase Bays on Southside. From Stance Theory.

Atlanta band The Ladies Of performs in May at Black Market Bar and Grill in Five Points South (our other other vertical video of the week). From Jay Burnham.

Birmingham Americana-jam band New Merkle Revue with Taylor Hicks performs at the Oasis in Lakeview. From New Merkle Revue.

Labor Unit performs “I Wanna Rock” in May at Black Market Bar and Grill in Five Points South. From Christopher Hill.

Atlanta’s Diamond Allstar Beauties and Beau performs in Birmingham. From the Nyesha01.

The Birmingham Barons on the road vs. the Chattanooga Lookouts in May. From Bbtreeful.

Reggae on tap. From B Moe.

Third-grade students at Avondale Elementary perform “At Avondale We Soar.” From Laura Tucker Gallitz.

Riding the elevator at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown at night. From Elevatorgeek1234.

Michelle Williams of Good People Brewing Company on “Beer Thirty in the Mellow Garage.” From Hiram Mellow Mushroom.

Drone footage of Southside, Red Mountain and Turkey Creek Nature Preserve in Pinson. From Stanley Parrish Jr.

Exploring Sloss Furnaces. From Why Do the Nations Rage?

Dallas-based Mexican band La Alianza Norteña performs “Como Tonto” at El Sol Sol on Valley Avenue (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Adriana Suarez.

Visiting the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute downtown and talking with Parker High history teacher Barry McNealy. From Vicki Winters.

Talking with Hoover High principal Don Hulin at graduation ceremonies in May at UAB’s Bartow Arena. From Jon Anderson.

Friends in town. From Joseph Tillman.

Installing insulation via hose (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Rid-a-Critter Inc.

A field trip to Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From Taylor Bryant.

UAB student Rachel Lott takes part in the series, “Stand as One Alabama.” From UAB Media Studies.

Ann Stewart of Decatur’s St. John’s Episcopal Church talks about “A Digital Toolbox for Churches: Website Design and Use” at the One Conference in May at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Vestavia Hills. From Episcopal Diocese of Alabama.

Elizabeth Hinson of Tuscaloosa’s Christ Episcopal Church talks about “Facebook and Instagram: What should you be posting? And when? And how often?” at the One Conference. From Episcopal Diocese of Alabama.

Visiting “Discover the Dinosaurs: Unleashed” in April at the BJCC Exhibition Halls. From Christy Black.

Highlight reel for Alabama Prep cornerback Ephraim Richard. From Street Light Recruiting.

Mexican comedy duo Imparables performs in April at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Vladimir Fuerte.

Japanese rock duo Vamps performs “Calling” in May at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Eliot Yanes.

“Phantom Caller” by Atlanta singer and Dadeville native Nikki Speake, recorded at Communicating Vessels in Woodlawn. From Nikki Speake.

Drone footage of Ruffner Mountain. From Aaron’s Aerials.

Music video for “Fall in Love” by Birmingham R&B singer Kyoka. From BombProd205.

“UFO leaving a broken chemtrail over Birmingham.” From Allen Evans.

Toulouse geese at Heartsong Hollow Farm in Trussville. From Brett Schweiger.

Birmingham musicians Daniel Farris and Jim Fahy perform “Oblique Relay” at Communicating Vessels in Woodlawn as part of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s Sound Edge Festival in February. From Spectra Sonic Sound Sessions.

UAB’s entry in progress for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2017 competition. Drone footage reveals completed framing within the solar-powered house. From UAB Solar Decathlon Surviv(AL).

Walking downtown. From Thomas Clay.

Huntsville’s WAFF-48 report on 1,200 confiscated semi-automatic rifles and the lawsuit filed by Trussville’s Gun South store. From Analog Indulgence.

A 1970 Chevrolet Impala. From Streetwhipz Kj.

Birmingham blues singer Sam Frazier Jr. performs as part of A Tribute to “Birmingham” George Conner in April at Henderson’s Lounge in Midfield. From Gottfried Kibelka.

Baton Rouge folk duo Clay Parker and Jodi James perform “Yazoo City” in December at Moonlight on the Mountain in Hoover. From Clay Parker and Jodi James.

Ralph Lindstrom in April at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Majik City Myke B.

Nashville rapper Pretty Keylo performs in May at Zydeco on Southside (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Pretty KeyLo.

Flying in January from Jacksonville to Birmingham in a Cessna 310. From Billinga.

Driving in April around town. From Real Karma.

Birmingham band Ritual Eyes performs “The Fool” at the Magic City Art Connection in April in Linn Park. From Eli Pruett.

A look at the Faith Chapel Care Center which opened in April. From Faith Chapel.

Almost 80 singers try out in March for National Anthem slots at Birmingham Barons games. From Alabama NewsCenter.

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