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A look at Birmingham in videos …

Hopping a train in Irondale to Atlanta and Greenville, S.C. From John E. Ringo.

Training program Innovate Birmingham holds its April graduation ceremony at Alabama Power downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Video announcements for New Life Birmingham church in Huffman. From New Life Bham.

Portland indie rock band Modest Mouse performs “Cowboy Dan” in April at Sloss Furances. From Rachael Tierney.

Louisiana high school student De’Jeune’ Richardson recites the poem “The Ballad of Birmingham” by Dudley Randall, her entry for April’s Poetry Out Loud national competition in Washington. From Nola.com.

DC power pop band Jukebox the Ghost performs “Colorful” in April at Seasick Records in Crestwood North. From ItisRael.

Kids perform a rap inspired by the book “The Watsons Go to Birmingham.” From Toucranium Inc.

Members of California State University – Bakersfield read Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” From the Runner.

David Traylor of City Hardwoods in Oxmoor discusses table saw safety. From City Hardwoods.

Birmingham hip-hop artist Bo the Great performs. From OTTV25 DA8TV.

Williamstown, Mass., band Misty Blues performs “Will My Blues” in April at the Nick on Southside. From Roger Stephenson.

Talking with James Lewis of Bettola Italian restaurant in Pepper Place in Lakeview. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile performs “What Can I Say” in 2012 at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Brent Huss.

Promo for the Greystone subdivision in Hoover. From Best of U.S. Homes Birmingham.

A 1964 report on civil rights struggles in Birmingham. From Hezakya Newz and Music.

Promo for New Birth Birmingham church in the Killbough Springs neighborhood. From Danny Kang Austin.

Matches from the 2018 Birmingham Open judo tournament in April at Spain Park High School in Hoover. From Charlie.

Birmingham attorney and state House candidate Jerome Dees on local TV show “Our Issues Birmingham.” From Our Issues Birmingham.

Curtis Manning, associate professor at Nunez Community College in New Orleans, discusses the civil rights movement in Birmingham and Albany, Ga. From Curtis Manning.

Memphis’ Team Thad plays in an April basketball tournament at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex downtown. From Ultimate Highlights.

A look at the 2018 Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama in April at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From IndyCar.

“One of the most gorgeous road courses in the country.” From Arpukiense.

Katie Hargitt reports on the Honda Indy Grand Prix. From IndyCar.

A return trip to Birmingham to visit Five Points South and Frank Fleming’s sculpture the Storyteller. From Tia M. Grubb.

Dining out at Ranch House Family Restaurant in Vestavia Hills. From Best of U.S. Homes Birmingham.

A virtual train in Birmingham from app “Trainz Simulator 2.” From Deep South Railfan.

Slow-motion footage in and around Railroad Park downtown. From Take It Digital.

Promo for the Comrade Challenge at Squad Fitness. From Squad Fitness.

Visiting Kelly Ingram Park, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and other places around town. From Romina.

Troy University students examine the Birmingham Pledge. From Troy TrojanVision.

Alabama’s GOP gubernatorial debate in April at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From American News.

Maureen McCann of Spartan Invest in Five Points South discusses turnkey rental properties on the Birmingham Real Estate Investors Association podcast. From AlaREIA.

Atlanta heavy metal band Mastodon performs in 2002 at the Boiler Room in Smithfield. From Adam Corso.

April launch party for Nexus Fitness in Homewood. From Nexus Fitness.

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