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A look at Birmingham in videos …

Los Angeles heavy metal band Bad Wolves perform “Zombie” in May at Legacy Arena downtown. From DTenacity.

Michael R. Jordan, pastor of New Era Baptist Church in Arlington – West End, talks with people on the street. From King Noble Higherself.

More from Pastor Jordan. From Timmy Thomas Jr.

Jacksonville rock band Shinedown performs “Sound of Madness” in May at Legacy Arena downtown. From DTenacity.

Monster trucks in a simulated Monster Jam in Legacy Arena. From MJRocks2219.

Promo for Mercedes-Benz of Birmingham. From Mercedes-Benz of Birmingham.

NBC Nightly News report on a high incidence of eye cancer among Auburn grads, filmed in Birmingham. From Ben Traylor.

Talking with local entrepreneurs about Birmingham. From Revolution LLC.

McLeod Software competes in the Birmingham Corporate Challenge in April at Railroad Park downtown. From McLeod in Motion.

Ashley Welch, a student from Jackie O’Neal School of Dance in Vestavia Hills, performs “Freedom” at April’s Platinum National Dance Competition at the Alabama Theatre downtown, winning Top Elite Act. From Platinum Dance.

Birmingham tribute band Eat a Peach performs in January in Montgomery. From Will Cash.

Columbus, Ohio, rock band Starset performs in May in Birmingham. From DTenacity.

Las Vegas heavy metal band Five Finger Death Punch performs “Gone Away” in May at Legacy Arena downtown. From DTenacity.

Meeting Five Finger Death Punch did not go so well … From Cody Gremlin.

Little Savannah’s Clif Holt makes Summer Succotash Pico de Gallo in May at the Market at Pepper Place in Lakeview. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Birmingham alternative band the Murder of Jane Crow performs in 2016. From Scarecrow Jenkins.

Birmingham police officers in Linn Park downtown. From Kat Kan.

A look at events by the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham to gather public input. From Community Foundation.

PBS NewsHour report on Chicago students who came to Birmingham to learn firsthand about civil rights history. From Education Week.

Rice junior shortstop Ford Proctor against the UAB Blazers in May at Reckling Park in Houston. From 2080 Baseball.

Birmingham Latin band Sol Música performs in May at Rojo on Southside. From Kurt McKinney Music.

Tampa rap group Seckond Chaynce performs at the Nick on Southside. From UnderGround Booking UGB.

San Francisco rock band Primus performs in May at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From J.J. Hoover.

Atlanta heavy metal band Mastodon performs “Sultan’s Curse” in May at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Rick A.

Softball: Birmingham Thunderbolts 06 vs. SEC Softball NC in May in Rock Hill, S.C. From Dwayne Hubbard.

Thunderbolts vs. Atlanta Vipers 06 – Callaway in May in Rock Hill, S.C. From Dwayne Hubbard.

Thunderbolts vs. Knockouts 05 of Darlington, S.C., in May in Rock Hill, S.C. From Dwayne Hubbard.

Chicago funk band the Main Squeeze performs in April at Saturn in Avondale. From Benjamin Aslin.

Flying in from Baltimore for a business trip, with stops at Topgolf and Dreamland BBQ. From Marco MM7.

Hyundai forklift for sale in Irondale. From Springer Equipment.

And a Toyota forklift. From Springer Equipment

Students from Amy’s School of Dance in Meridian perform “Time Warp” at April’s Platinum National Dance Competition at the Alabama Theatre downtown, winning Top Recreational Act and Platinum Power. From Platinum Dance.

“La Vaughn Livingston – the Representative of the Birmingham Art/Music Underground.” From Virgil Livingston.

Birmingham jam band Diner performs in May at the Oasis in Lakeview. From Actress Gabrielle.

Dashcam footage of driving I-459 and U.S. 280. From Abnormal Alabama.

Dothan group Minister Randy Miller and New Praise performs in Birmingham. From Randy Miller.

Birmingham band Nowhere Squares performs at Avondale venue Saturn for an episode of Alabama Public Television’s “Subcarrier.” From Subcarrier.

Future 150 scouting camp featuring Atlanta’s Premier Xpress 13u in May. From Premier Athletic Training.

Birmingham author Robert McCammon reads from his novel “Mister Slaughter” at the 2009 Alabama Bound book festival at the central branch of Birmingham Public Library. From Robert McCammon.

Digging into some Golden Flake chips (our vertical video of the week). From Nadia Jena.

Commercial for Praise Fest Weekend in May in Pelham. From Kikuyu Diaspora Television USA.

A field trip to Birmingham. From Kylaunilove1 Vlogs.

Trains in Irondale. From Carson Bean.

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