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Autism Society of Alabama executive director Melanie Jones welcomes guests to Saturday’s 20th annual Autism Shines Gala at the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Mountain Brook. From Zeekee.

Drone footage of Birmingham Boulders in the Oxmoor neighborhood. From Vertical Solutions.

Testimonial by Netta R. Jones for downtown law firm Morris Bart (our vertical video of the week). From Morris Bart LLC.

Checking out the engine at night. From Deric McGuffie.

Twelve hours of footage of the First U.S. Bank building on U.S. 280 near Whole Foods. From Graham and Company.

Rock band Interstellar Boys performs “Roam” in July at WorkPlay in Lakeview (our other vertical video of the week). From Gram Noden.

We Buy Houses talks with a seller (our other other vertical video of the week). From Jason LeSueur.

Patient Lee Wilkerson discusses receiving the O-shot, a k a the orgasm shot, at Vitalogy Wellness Center in Homewood. From Vitalogy Wellness Center.

Trains in Bessemer. From Birmingham Rail Productions.

Trains in Irondale. From Carson Bean.

Birmingham barbershop quartet Silver Lining performs the National Anthem in July at Regions Field (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Dennis R. Jones.

At the 22nd annual Back to School RESPECT Rally in July at Kelly Ingram Park. From the Vault.

Exploring Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From SquirmyFeet Explores.

UAB senior player Shaq Jones on the team’s special bond with the community. From SB Nation Radio Brian Schaible.

Talking with UAB football coach Bill Clark. From SB Nation Radio Brian Schaible.

A look at the Birmingham Alive Family Fun Day in July at Legion Field. From Arkadia Films.

Atlanta rock band Pylon Reenactment Society performs “Beep” in July at Saturn in Avondale. From Christopher Hill.

Atlanta singer Puddles Pity Party, a k a Mike Geier, performs in July at Iron City on Southside (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Hollie McDonald.

The Male Chorus performs “Fix It Jesus” in July at Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Smithfield. From Be Encouraged.

Gabriel’s Horns Ensemble performs “Jesus Is Love” in July at Ephesus. From Be Encouraged.

The Young Adult Choir performs “Don’t Cry” in July at Ephesus. From Be Encouraged.

Riding the train around the Birmingham Zoo. From Jaguar TV Guatemala Santa Eulalia.

Promo for the Ronald McDonald House of Alabama $5,000 fund-raiser for a new playground. From Planet Fundraiser.

Miami rapper Nino Brown on Westside droppin’ knowledge (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Nino Brown.

Pinson ministry Extended Hands Alliance holds a morning church service in July at Linn Park downtown (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Angetodac.

StartupBus visits Innovation Depot downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Candidates Michael “Mickey” Millsap and Angela Scoggins-Watson participate in July’s District 5 school board debate at First United Methodist Church downtown. From Birmingham Alabama.

Hanging out in Birmingham, visiting Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds, Railroad Park downtown and Dreamland Bar-B-Que on Southside. From Peter Khamphouvong.

Drone footage of sunset downtown. From BM Media.

Waiting on the Amtrak at the downtown train station. From Amtrak Fan219.

Nashville country band Farewell Angelina performs “Radioactive” in June at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Farewell Angelina.

Highlight reel from the 2016 youth football season. From Yung Playa Entertainment.

Birmingham’s Keon Barnum smacks an RBI single against the Pensacola Blue Wahoos earlier this month at Regions Field. From Minor League Baseball.

What Anna loves about Birmingham. From Anna Gleason.

Special 360-degree views of Vulcan Park, Regions Field, Sloss Furnaces, Kelly Ingram Park and the Pizitz Food Hall. From Southern Living.

A look at the Kids and Jobs program by the Birmingham Mayor’s Office Division of Youth Services and nonprofit organization Navigate Affordable Housing Partners. From Navigate Affordable Housing Partners.

Temple vs. Alabama in 1991 at Legion Field. From Alabama Historian.

Memphis rappers Young Dolph and Key Glock in Birmingham (our final vertical video of the week). From I Got the Dirt.

Montgomery rapper Trick Elmoe performs at Side Effects in Smithfield. From TrillionGangTV.

A recent episode of “Black America” titled “The Conscience of America: Birmingham’s Fight for Civil Rights,” with host Carol Jenkins, niece of Birmingham business leader A.G. Gaston. From Cunytv75.

Drone footage of Southside and the Birmingham area. From Seacrest_FPV.

Promo for the Live2Lead conference in October at Regions Field. From Richard Mobley | Seven Four.

Driving in Pelham on U.S. 31 south. From los Reyes De la Rima Spdr.

Highlights from July’s Motion X church student conference at Legacy Arena downtown. From Jayme Robinson.

Texas Travelers pitcher Elizabeth Schaefer hits a walk-off double against the Birmingham Thunderbolts to move Texas into the semi-finals of the 2017 USA Softball National Championships in July in Dallas. From Texas Travelers Softball.

Gospel quartet the Pilgrim Jubilees perform “Rich Man, Poor Man” at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Coy Cuff.

A quick look at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. From Quikthinking Software.

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