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A look at Birmingham in videos …

Showreel for ABC 33/40 reporter Stephen Quinn. From Stephen Quinn.

Landing at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (our vertical video of the week). From T. Mook.

Scenes from March’s Natural Hair and Health Expo at the BJCC North Exhibition Hall downtown. From Respected Roots.

Promo for WBHM-DB paranormal talk radio station (our other vertical video of the week). From Mark Antony Raines a k a Ghostman.

Riding the rails through downtown. From Knuckleball Ned.

“TripTik: From Birmingham to Montgomery on Highway 31,” an episode of “Alabama Experience.” From Brent Davis.

Drone footage of downtown and Vulcan, plus Bryant-Denny Stadium and Black Warrior River in Tuscaloosa. From Ryan Clapper.

Pokémon: Birmingham Arons vs. Memphis Drizzlies. From Lazy Ghost.

Preparing to travel to Children’s of Alabama on Southside for rehabilitation. From Tatum Ward.

Football: East Alabama Predators vs. Alabama Sabers in the Gridiron Developmental Football League playoff round 1 in July at Carver High School. From Michael Beckworth.

Independence Day fireworks over Vulcan (our other other vertical video of the week). From Christian Carter

Target innovation chief Minsok Pak and Shipt CEO Bill Smith speak at a Birmingham Innovation Week luncheon in July at Alabama Power downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Helmet cam footage of riding downtown and visiting Elmwood Cemetery to see Bear Bryant’s grave. From Hammereye 85.

Testimonial from Fairfield dentist Leslie Frese for the Alabama Implant Education course in Atlanta. From Alabama Implant Education.

Sunset in Pinson. From Mista Rich.

Promo for Church of the Highlands’ Serve Day in July. From TNR Creative.

Valley senior kicker Daniel Etherton at Kohl’s kicking camp in June at Thompson Intermediate School in Alabaster. From Kicking, Punting and Snapping Recruiting Profiles.

A night at Topgolf in Uptown. From Michael Northorp.

Birmingham Barons’ Luis Alexander Basabe gets a two-run homer against the Mississippi Braves in July at Regions Field downtown. From Minor League Baseball.

And the Barons’ Danny Mendick hits a double against the Jackson Generals in July at Regions Field. From Minor League Baseball.

Cincinnati rock band Walk the Moon performs “Shut Up and Dance” in July at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Linda12021.

Commercial for Petro Law Firm downtown. From Mark Petro Law Firm.

On Shipt’s Birmingham headquarters expansion. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Talking with Birmingham rapper YBN Nahmir at an Atlanta radio station. From Durtty Daily.

Commercial for CoCo Beauty Supply in Central Park. From Chop House Productions.

Repairing a roof damaged by hail. From Clark Smith.

A hit at Birmingham-Southern’s Striplin Field. From Greyson Thornton.

Singer Chris Brown performs in July at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Britny Marshall.

A song from the McDonald’s Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour in July at Bill Harris Arena in Five Points West (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Shannon Hudson.

A week with the grandparents. From Pink Vaporeon.

Birmingham artist Tyler Sanford. From Free Spirit Visions.

SWAC to hold 2018 football and basketball championship games in Birmingham. From WAAY-TV 31 News.

Atlanta Southern rock band Blackberry Smoke performs in 2017 at Iron City on Southside. From Craig Putman.

Highlights from July’s Birmingham Live basketball tournament at the Hoover Met. From Baller TV.

Basketball: Lady Demwai vs. Birmingham Blaze. From E’marie Lewis 2024 #4 Lady Demwai Combo Guard.

Promo for the Preserve housing development in Hoover. From RealtySouth.

A look at the UAB Blazers in “NCAA Football 13.” From NFS.

Working at Revelator: Sweet Jon’s Cafe in Homewood. From TNR Creative.

Running to catch the train at Carraway Boulevard (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Cwhorld Productions.

More from the train crossing (our other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Cwhorld Productions.

And a malfunction (our final vertical video of the week). From Cwhorld Productions.

Gadsden’s Back Forty Beer Company opens a location at Sloss Docks. From Alabama NewsCenter.

The Eddie Kendrick Memorial Park downtown kicks off an Alabama road trip, including Clanton and Montgomery. From Ocean Hops.

Train downtown. From Birmingham-Rail Productions.

Another train downtown. From Joshua Lawrence.

Carolina Panthers defensive end Mario Addison returns to visit Academy Sports in Trussville and Tarrant High School before holding his annual football camp in July at Carver. From Austin Gaines.

Drone footage of the new Birmingham Color Wall downtown. From AirFowl.

Softball: Team Georgia 02 Shumeyko vs. Birmingham Thunderbolts in July at the Atlanta Legacy Showcase. From Jenna Brown Softball 2021.

For July’s Birmingham Innovation Week, a panel at Alabama Power discussed “Think Next: How Birmingham Is Becoming a Smart City,” using digital technology to advance quality of life. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Birmingham Children’s Theatre puts on “The Three Musketeers” in a converted retail space in Brookwood Village. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Boston ska punk band Bim Skala Bim performs in March at Iron City on Southside. From Bimska.

Art project Silence Was Golden includes performances worldwide, including this one at Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From Public Delivery.

A student at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga files a federal complaint against UAB for an alleged sexual assault. From WRCB Chattanooga.

At the Birmingham Museum of Art. From Madeline Hart.

Boston alt-rock band No/Hugs records in Birmingham. From No/Hugs.

Spinning out. From Alabama Outlaws.

Burnout! From Alabama Outlaws.

Drone footage of Vulcan and the new LED lights. From Dunlap Productions.

Birmingham band the Exhibit(s) performs in July at Mojo Pub in Lakeview. From Actress Gabrielle.

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