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Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Documentary short “Gip: Son of the South” (2014) on Gip’s Place backyard juke joint in Bessemer. From Josh Bullock.

Decorating class at Whisk Cookie Company in Homewood. From Happenin’s in the ‘Ham.

Bathroom at the Birmingham Scout Shop in Liberty Park, Vestavia Hills. From Will the Toilet Man.

Men’s bathroom at Vulcan Park. From Will the Toilet Man.

Men’s bathroom at Grille 29 restaurant at Brookwood Village in Homewood. From Will the Toilet Man.

Team Stickyman from Polyvance competes in the 24 Hours of LeMons race earlier this month at the Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Keith Lammon.

A visit to the Japanese Gardens at the Birmingham Botanical Garden. From Cody Gremlin.

Marimba Flor del Paraiso performs for the Fiesta of Santa Eulalia earlier this month at the A.G. Gaston Building downtown. From Nico Leon.

Skateboarding around town from 2005 to 2010. From Wolf Turner.

After Jayme Locke’s TEDXBirmingham presentation in March, Birmingham native Tyler Williamson donated a kidney to Hoover’s Jay Ernst, joining the UAB Kidney Chain. From UAB News.

Highlight reel for Bessemer Academy senior point guard Roman Fletcher. From Street Light Recruiting.

Hockey: Peoria Rivermen at Birmingham Bulls earlier this month in Pelham. From Journal Star.

Family outing to the McWane Science Center downtown. From Being Mommy with Style.

Driving through January snow on West Valley Avenue in Homewood. From Jose Garcia Sis.

Asking Vestavia Hills first and second graders to answer “What does love mean to you?” From Starnes Publishing.

Dance-off! At El Sol on Valley Avenue. From Super Rige.

Massachusetts metalcore band Killswitch Engage performs earlier this month at Iron City on Southside. From Seventhone73.

Highlights from the 2017 Alabama Pinball State Championship in January at Southern Coin-Op and Amusement in Pelham. From Magic City Pinball.

Documentary “Walking in Black History” follows Erie, Pa., group through Birmingham, Tuskegee, Selma, Montgomery and other civil rights landmarks. From Tom Weber Films LLC.

Austin rock band A Good Rogering performs “The Snail” in September at the Nick on Southside. From A Good Rogering.

Checking in from Kami-Con, the annual anime conference in January at the BJCC East Exhibition Hall downtown (our vertical video of the week). From Puzzle Unique Lewis/Pearson.

Birmingham rapper Timebomb Empire (our other vertical video of the week). From Timebomb Empire.

Dining out at Beijing Express in Hoover. From Cody Gremlin.

Knoxville country-pop singer Kelsea Ballerini performs “I Hate Love Songs” earlier this month at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From David R.

Promo for Innovative Financial Solutions in Trussville. From Vulcan Media.

Promo for the Stars Over Alabama Showcase for softball players in July in Calera and Alabaster. From National Scouting Report.

Promo for Birmingham Fashion Week’s $150,000 crowdfunding campaign on GoFundMe. From Heidi Elnora.

Hayes K-8 students ask Sen. Doug Jones to visit. From STAIR of Birmingham.

“Waitress,” a narrative short filmed at Cajun Seafood House in Vestavia Hills. From Jay Galloway.

Duct cleaning (our other other vertical video of the week). From 3D Air Services LLC.

A self-guided tour of Sloss Furnaces. From Kcterry.

Highlights of Birmingham from 1988. From Life in Bama.

Becoming dental assistants. From Birmingham Dental Assistant School.

Cars cars cars at the World of Wheels earlier this month at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. From Vladimir Fuerte.

More from the World of Wheels. From Black Boy Dawson 01.

Even more from the World of Wheels. From Brian Hall.

Meeting WWE wrestler Charlotte Flair at the World of Wheels. From Jared Wallis.

Drone footage of the Rotary Trail in the Magic City sign downtown. From Jerad Watson.

Trailer for “The Undefeated Presents Dear Black Athlete” on ESPN, filmed earlier this month at the Sixth Avenue Baptist Church in South Titusville. From ESPN Front Row.

Birmingham rock band Little Memphis and Friends performs “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.” From Actress Gabrielle.

Music-lighting demo. From Chris Sarris.

Highlight reel for Birmingham Thunderbolts ’03 shortstop Lauren Bevis From Real Estate Videos.

M.C. Laubscher of Cashflow Ninja in Pennsylvania talks with Maureen McCann of Spartan Invest in Five Points South. From Cashflow Ninja Podcast.

Pre-show jitters? (Our other other other vertical video of the week.) From Large Marge.

Report from Corporate America Credit Union in Irondale. From Vulcan Media.

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The Birmingham channel: Untold riches

Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Something in the air downtown … (Our vertical video of the week.) From Large Marge.

Mexican singer Régulo Caro performs at El Sol on Valley Avenue. From Guadalupe Ruiz.

Children’s Defense Fund Freedom School, a summer reading program at the Worship Center Christian Church in Irondale. From Van Moody.

Nashville roots artist Mudbone performs in June at Iron City on Southside. From Mudbone Music.

Riding up to Tip Top Grill in Bluff Park in Hoover. From Hammereye 85.

Checking out Kami-Con, the annual anime conference in January at the BJCC East Exhibition Hall downtown. From Cody Gremlin.

Sporting black wings at Kami-Con. From Cody Gremlin.

The Joker and Harley Quinn. From Cody Gremlin.

A walk-through of Kami-Con. From Dr. Kelsey Graham.

Asheville’s Cilla Vee and ‘U’u perform “Fe” at January’s Asian Heritage Festival at the Birmingham Museum of Art downtown. From Cilla Vee Life Arts.

A Missouri man shares insights from a Birmingham business conference. From Millennial Motivation Entrepreneur.

Dave Ramsey talks with millionaire caller Hank from Birmingham. From the Dave Ramsey Show.

Sirote and Permutt’s U.S. Tax Reform Seminar in January at the Club. From Sirote and Permutt PC.

Dancing in Lightrails downtown. From Cody Gremlin.

And behind the scenes. From Cody Gremlin.

Oakland heavy metal band Machine Head performs “The Blood, The Sweat, The Tears” in February at Saturn in Avondale. From What Remains 1.

Reviewing the haul from BrickFair in Birmingham earlier this month. From Ty Lego Guy.

Vlogging from a motorcycle while riding around town. From Hammereye 85.

Checking out Spike’s Leather Club in Lakeview with co-owner Rod Caldwell. From Cody Gremlin.

San Diego blues band Radio Moscow performs earlier this month at the Nick on Southside. From Solar Wind.

Crack is wack (our other vertical video of the week). From Martin King Chidebelu.

Vlogging at Railroad Park and along downtown streets. From Meagan Belflower.

And a vlog at John’s City Diner downtown. From Meagan Belflower.

Promo for Paul’s Mobile Car Wash. From Curlyboypj Gang.

Time-lapse footage of January’s lunar eclipse. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Listening in on the tower at Birmingham–Shuttlesworth International Airport for 8 hours. From Tower Comm.

A 30-second commercial for Changing Spaces Moving. From Joe Planson.

Couch rapping (our other other vertical video of the week). From Elija-Jaun Farley.

Showing off a custom pickup. From Mustafaa Abdullah.

Pop singer Ariana Grande performs “Be My Baby” in 2015 at Legacy Arena downtown (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Daniih Mesa.

A painting demo. From Rose Thome Casterline.

Spartanburg, S.C., volleyball team Upward Stars 15-1 Anna plays in January’s AAU Super Regional Icebreaker tournament at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex downtown. From Abigail Breeden.

Atlanta electronic music artists Deku and Saude perform in January at Saturn in Avondale. From Step Pepper.

“The Steel City,” a documentary on Birmingham’s steel industry by Birmingham-Southern student Harris Josey. From Harris Josey.

Members of Blueprint Church in Atlanta discuss Martin Luther King Jr. and his “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” From Daniel McCullough.

Judging at January’s Birmingham Feline Fanciers CFA Cat Show at the Zamora Shrine Temple in Irondale (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Carnivore Carry Out.

Central Alabama Youth Federation Choir performs at More than Conquerors Winter Federation earlier this month at Sixth Avenue Baptist Church in South Titusville. From Sam R.

Patrick Bougi performs “Amazing” at More than Conquerors Winter Federation. From Sam R.

Patrick and Eric Bougi perform at More than Conquerors Winter Federation. From Ron P.

Karen Gibson performs “That Name” at More than Conquerors Winter Federation. From Sam R.

Welcome video for the More than Conquerors Winter Federation. From Sam R.

Dynamic Praise from Huntsville’s Oakwood University performs “Amazing” at More than Conquerors Winter Federation. From Sam R.

Demo reel showing a January weather segment from WIAT-42 meteorologist Ashley Gann. From Ashley Gann.

Promo for cryptocurrency discussion featuring Jason Nunnelley and Joshua Smith earlier this month at Innovation Depot downtown. From Jason Nunnelley.

Trains in 2000 on 32nd Street South. From Larry Mims.

Scott Underwood of Reverse Mortgage Alabama in Shelby County promotes reverse mortgages (our final vertical video of the week). From Scott Underwood.

Dennis and Kimberly Goza of Activated Story Theatre dance through the South, including Vulcan Park and Sloss Furnaces (at 1:31). From Activated Story Theatre.

Promo by T.J. Gamble of Opelika for a Birmingham Magento Meetup earlier this month at UAB. From eCommerce-Aholic.

Highlights from January’s Rising Star Road Show concert at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Come Together Create.

Commercial for Birmingham Orthodontics. From Apex Current.

Mexican duranguense band El Trono de México performs “Te Recordar” in January at El Sol on Valley Avenue. From Borjas Gonzalez.

Training for Alabama National Guard recruits. From Defense Flash News.

Poets at an Aligarh Association at Birmingham meeting at UAB. From Hana Khan.

Surprise 35th birthday party for Jon Bryant in November at the Marble Ring in Avondale. From Jeremy the Director.

Tuning in to WSYP (95.1 FM). From Afri Synergy News.

Highlight reel for Ramsay senior running back Kobe Belcher. From Street Light Recruiting.

Highlight reel for Ramsay senior wide receiver Terrell Gardner. From Street Light Recruiting.

Highlight reel for Ramsay senior quarterback Isaiah Bradford. From Street Light Recruiting.

Highlight reel for John Carroll senior defensive end Dilan Sherrod. From Street Light Recruiting.

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The Birmingham channel: Bouncing back

Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Drone footage of Vulcan. From Craig.

Explaining kyphoplasty. From Norton Dill.

Commercial for Wininger Law Firm downtown. From Wininger Law Firm.

Michigan rapper NF performs in January at Iron City on Southside. From Pringles Can Man.

Hip-hop group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony performs at Iron City on Southside (our vertical video of the week). From Parrish Thomas.

Drone footage of Railroad Park downtown. From Birmingham-Rail Productions.

Trains in Irondale. From Carson Bean.

Testimonial from Kristin Bearden of Remlap for Alabama Ortho Spine and Sports in Trussville. From Norton Dill.

Testimonial from Jerry Motes for Alabama Ortho Spine and Sports. From Norton Dill.

Preventative cleaning against the flu outbreak. From Whitaker Family Vlogs.

Running monster trucks through a simulated Legacy Arena course. From Tlitd31.

Promo by Shane Douglas of All About Roofing in Leeds (our other vertical video of the week). From All About Roofing.

TV host Jay Fever at the Alabama Theatre downtown for the Dancing Dolls of Birmingham show. From Marcus GramfamStore Brandon.

Visiting Sloss Furnaces and Vulcan Park. From Caleb Jones.

Getting ready for an operation at UAB Hospital (our other other vertical video of the week). From Cookiemix67.

And the recovery. From Cookiemix67.

The BHM BIZ magazine panel “What’s Next in Sports in Birmingham?” in January at UAB’s Bartow Arena. The speakers: Mark Ingram, UAB athletic director; Jonathan Nelson, general manager of the Birmingham Barons; John Coppins, championship manager at the United States Golf Association; Morgan Trotter Copes, vice president of United Soccer League Birmingham; and Edgar Gantt, Southwestern Athletic Conference interim commissioner. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Drone footage of the Hawk’s Nest development at Lewis Smith Lake, designed by Nequette Architecture and Design downtown. From Nequette Architecture and Design.

Heading to the Summit. From Lib C.

Security camera footage of a car crash at the intersection of Fourth Avenue South and 15th Street. From Bullochman.

Another angle. From Bullochman.

Scott of Aqua Systems of Birmingham in Pelham explains hard water. From Aqua Systems of Birmingham.

Los Angeles singer-songwriter Aimee Mann performs “Save Me” in January at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Greg Smith.

The praise team at Hillsview Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Roebuck performs “Lord, You’re Mighty,” “Mighty to Save” and “The Anthem.” From RiaRenee.

Reveal of the Birmingham Legion FC soccer team in January. From Joseph Goodman.

Ronnie Thomas, science teacher and Birmingham native, speaks at the 2018 Extra Yard for Teachers Summit in January in Atlanta. From Extra Yard Summit.

Testimonial from teacher Kim Hall at Mountain Brook Elementary School for New Orleans-based K. Allen Consulting. From Krystal Allen.

Birmingham hardcore band Clot performs in January at UAB Hill Student Center. From Colors of Nights.

Profile of P. Lauren Savage, doctor at Alabama Ortho Spine and Sports. From Norton Dill.

Visiting Repticon Birmingham Reptile and Exotic Animal Show in January at the Zamora Shrine Center in Irondale. From Service Dog Paws.

The Oxford Reefs perform at the Bam Jam cheerleading competition in January at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Amber Gray.

Birmingham metalcore band Gunnar performs in January at UAB Hill Student Center. From Colors of Nights.

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The Birmingham channel: Making black history

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

A visit with master jeweler Philip Flenniken at Bromberg’s in Mountain Brook. Bromberg’s.

Birmingham and the struggle for civil rights. From Tony Snow.

Drone footage of January’s Birmingham Boat Show at the BJCC Exhibit Halls downtown to promote Southern Construction’s booth. From Josh Russom.

Jim from Birmingham goes tandem skydiving in Cullman. From Skydive Alabama.

Speakers and musicians at the March for Life Rally in January at Brother Bryan Park in Five Points South. From Mary Ann Vann.

Oak Mountain freshman Riley Sullivan practices with softball hitting and fielding drills. From Mike Sullivan.

Hanging out downtown. From Abigail Baker.

Wreck from January freezing rain in Hueytown. From Storm Chasing Video.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Love Feast in January at Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From OTTV25 DA8TV.

Knocking some balls at TopGolf in Uptown. From Larry Wells.

Demo reel for actress Evan Elise Owens of Birmingham. From Evan Owens.

The fat-reducing treatment called CoolSculpting at Dermatology and Laser of Alabama in Mountain Brook. From Dr. Sarah Sawyer.

Highlights from the Birmingham Vipers 03 during the 2014 Amateur Softball Association Nationals. From Birmingham Vipers 03.

Trains in 2001 on Southside. From Larry Mims.

On a freezing day in January, Rees Oliver gives his coat to Jim Hickson at the Summit (our vertical video of the week). From News Center.

Singer-songwriter Jeffrey Lewis performs in January at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Summer Sweets.

A performance of “Loppins-Boopin-Fakin-Doopen-Floppin-Loopen-Funnin’s Day” at Chuck E. Cheese’s in Inverness. From Bigmyke0913.

Birmingham rock band Alabama Rose performs downtown at Secret Stages in August. From Jerry W. Henry.

Birmingham funk group POTIS – People of the Internal Sunshine Band performs in January at the Nick on Southside. From Birmingham Bandstand Open Mic.

When the American University men’s team played in the 2008 NCAA Tournament at the BJCC Arena downtown. From American Univ. Eagles.

Panel on Kwanzaa and Ujamaa in December at St. Paul United Methodist Church downtown. From OTTV25 DA8TV.

Driving on the January snow (our other vertical video of the week). From Alexi Caballero

Footage from a 2013 small plane crash in Trussville, piloted by Kent Ewing (our other other vertical video of the week). From Capstan.

Randall Woodfin’s first State of the Community address in January at Parker High School in Smithfield. From WVTM-13 News

Upender Manne, UAB’s lead principal investigator for the UAB Cancer Center/Alabama State University partnership, presents on “MicroRNA profiles of colorectal adenocarcinomas: Racial disparity” at the 2009 American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting in Denver. From Ecancer.

Promo for the 18th annual Alabama Commercial Real Estate Conference and Expo on Thursday at the Club. From Cherie Moman.

Visiting the McWane Science Center downtown. From Its_justGabi.

Flying a small plane from the DeKalb–Peachtree Airport outside Atlanta to the Bessemer Airport. From Andrew McManus.

Presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche speaks in 1996. From Gayla Blackwelder.

Zero tree hill. From Zamora Tree Service LLC.

Civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr. and Ralph Abernathy hold a press conference in 1963 in Birmingham. From Five Borough Films.

Michigan roots band the War and Treaty performs in January at Saturn in Avondale. From Jonas Jacobs.

A visit to Shiki in Homewood. From Pande Adi Putra.

Fonteneau and Arnold law firm on federal regulations for wages. From Thryv Video Channel.

Teaser for the Birmingham Legion FC. From Shannon Long.

Paying for Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport parking online From Alabama Airport Parking.

Highlight reel for Jacksonville State senior linebacker Joel McCandless, former Wenonah team member. From Street Light Recruiting.

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The Birmingham channel: When truckasauruses roamed the earth

Monday, January 29th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Huntsville author Frances Osborn Robb discusses the exhibit, “Shot in Alabama: Historical Birmingham Photographs,” based on her book of the same name earlier this month at the Birmingham Public Library central branch. From BPL Online.

Dashcam footage of driving from Birmingham. From Truck and Travel Live.

Dashcam footage of driving around downtown. From Gerson Orozco.

More driving around downtown. From Wuly Manuel.

Train in Irondale. From Birmingham-Rail Productions.

Legion Field, as seen through Google Earth. From Amazing Stadiumflights.

“Bailando” at Chuck E. Cheese’s in Inverness. From Bigmyke0913.

Big trucks at the Monster Jam Triple Threat Series earlier this month at Legacy Arena downtown. From Chronicle’s of Carter.

More from the Monster Jam. From Andrew Bond.

Maximum Destruction a k a Max D. From Jordan Barrett.

El Toro Loco. From Monster Jam.

Megalodon. From Monster Jam.

Promo for Avondale bar the Marble Ring, filmed in Montgomery. From Cory Anchors.

Drone night footage of the Sterling Castle in Shelby. From the Sterling Castle.

Just another night at the gas station … (our vertical video of the week). From _ Teenager.

Talking about the Birmingham Pledge (our other vertical video of the week). From the Birmingham Pledge Foundation Tipler.

New York brass house band Too Many Zooz performs earlier this month at Saturn in Avondale. From A. Levy.

Students from Rochester’s Hillel Community Day School reflect on their trip to Birmingham, Selma and Montgomery. From Hillel Community Day School.

The Freestyle All-Stars Drumline of Center Point performs at the 2018 MLK Day 5K Drum Run downtown. From Starnes Publishing.

Hockey: Evansville Thunderbolts vs. Birmingham Bulls earlier this month in Pelham. From Thomas Pecoraro.

Visiting Cece Designs in Oxmoor. From Intrigue Designs.

The Southern Grit National Cup Series competition earlier this month at High Point Climbing and Fitness in Inverness. From USA Climbing.

Promo for Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority at UAB. From Asia Michael.

Promo for the Birmingham chapter of the nonprofit organization Girls on the Run. From Girls on the Run Birmingham.

New members of Gardendale nonprofit organization and sorority Pretty N Purple Turtle Shellz. From Pretty N Purple Turtle Shellz Pond.

The 2017 Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Pupu Mojos.

Talking with Silvertron Cafe owner Marco Morosini about nonprofit program Heart to Table, which feeds homeless people at the warming station at Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Highlight reel for Gardendale senior offensive tackle Adrian Gooch. From Street Light Recruiting.

Scenes from the November inauguration of Birmingham mayor Randall Woodfin. From OTTV25 DA8TV.

Shout out to wrestler A.J. Styles at WWE’s “SmackDown Live” earlier this month at Legacy Arena downtown (our other other vertical video of the week). From WWE Wrestling Fan.

More from “SmackDown Live” (our other other other vertical video of the week). From WWE Wrestling Fan.

Still more from “SmackDown Live” (our final vertical video of the week). From Megan Sullivan.

Orlando rock band Matchbox Twenty performs “Long Day” in August at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From Brian Trippe.

Drone footage of Asbury United Methodist Church near Lee Branch, including pouring concrete for the stage. From Wright Construction Company.

At the first Birmingham city council meeting with new mayor Randall Woodfin. From OTTV25 DA8TV.

Kids enjoying the December snow. From RadarChipmonk Plus4.

Exploring a snowy cityscape, including a snowball fight on the UAB quad. From Kevin Lee.

Hanging out at the new Topgolf in Uptown. From Lui Vids.

A look at Art of Truth studio in Homewood. From Big Phil the Director.

A look at the pop-up exhibit, “Giving Back: The Soul of Philanthropy Reframed and Exhibited,” this month at the Ballard House Project downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Mobile rapper Codeine Chris working in Birmingham. From Eddie Carey.

Obama campaign rally in 2008 at UAB’s Bartow Arena. From the Lee Overstreet.

Injecting Kybella to treat a double chin at Dermatology and Laser of Alabama in Mountain Brook. From Dr. Sarah Sawyer.

And firing a laser at bruising. From Dr. Sarah Sawyer

Rapper Hoodrich Pablo Juan performs earlier this month at Xclusive Lounge in Smithfield. From Filmswave Bray.

American Federation of Teachers’ promo for the Birmingham school system. From AFTHQ.

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The Birmingham channel: Holidays hangover

Monday, January 22nd, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Joe Calamusa, managing director of the University of Alabama Sales Program, speaks to Verizon salespeople in March. From Joe Calamusa.

Kickboxing fight. From Garage Kickboxing.

“American Idol” winner Fantasia performs on New Year’s Eve at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Keyla Katri.

Birmingham blues group the Sassy Brown Band performs “Fire.” From Actress Gabrielle.

Nashville country singer Chris Janson performs “White Trash” in 2016 at Rogue Tavern downtown. From Brian Trippe.

Celebrating the third night of Kwanzaa at Family Life Center in South East Lake. From OTTV25 DA8TV.

The January edition of “Alabaster Living.” From Video Visions Media Marketing.

Cars in the city. From Alabama Whipz.

Checking out Railroad Park and Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From Hum of the Earth.

Music video for “Alabama Anthem (East Birmingham)” by Birmingham rapper Monrow Herrod. From BosInControl Mafia.

Drone footage of downtown. From Mike S.

Pensacola Southern hip-hop artist CremRo Smith performs in December at the Nick on Southside. From UndergroundBooking Jimbo

Drone footage of Railroad Park, Southside and Vulcan. From Jerad Watson.

Ziplining at McWane Science Center (our vertical video of the week). From Toy Specialists.

More fun at the exhibits (our other vertical video of the week). From Spectrum Kid 225.

Nashville country/hip-hop artist Struggle Jennings performs in December at the Nick on Southside. From UndergroundBooking Jimbo.

A family Christmas in Birmingham, including a trip to Sloss Furnaces and the construction of a gingerbread house. From Lisa Files.

More Christmas celebration. From I Do Random Stuff.

Visiting the Birmingham Museum of Art. From Hum of the Earth.

Author Mary Stanton presents “African American Masonry in Alabama: Birmingham’s Prince Hall Temple Grand Lodge” in April in Montgomery. From Alabama Department of Archives and History.

Looking back at 2017 at Rock City Church in Forestdale. From Rock City TV.

My pals Amber and Russell from Happenin’s in the ‘Ham spend New Year’s Eve at the Redmont Hotel downtown. From Happenin’s in the ‘Ham.

Driving through the December snow. From Real Karma.

And walking through it (our other other vertical video of the week). From Wilmer Arredondo.

Fun at Sloss Fest in July. From Christine Jones.

Hessam Taherian, UAB assistant professor of engineering, presents “Addressing Challenges of Renewable Energy Integration in Residential Applications Using Thermal Energy Storage” at November’s II International Energy and Environment Summit in Dubai. From Subhadra Energy.

Promo for Vestavia Hills organization People First of Alabama, which supports people with developmental disabilities. From Sara Walker.

Rapper Mr. 359 performs in December at the Nick on Southside. From UndergroundBooking Jimbo.

Birmingham musician Guntram Anderlik performs in Five Points South. From Guntram Anderlik.

Anderlik performs at the Nick on Southside. From Guntram Anderlik.

Commercial for Birmingham real estate agent Rob Drum at 205 Realty. From Rob Drum.

Visiting Birmingham restaurants Pita Loco and Moe’s Original Bar B Que, plus Ghost Train Brewing Company. From Hum of the Earth.

Promo for Liberty Crossings United Methodist Church in Vestavia Hills. From George Harris.

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The Birmingham channel: The bowl unseen

Tuesday, January 16th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Commercial for Changing Spaces Moving. From Joe Planson.

Christmas Eve wreck on the interstate near downtown. From the Sajeffe.

The Grand Atrium at the Riverchase Galleria during Christmastime. From Grabando.

A spring day. From Gowestusa.

Celebrating the first night of Kwanzaa at Z’s Restaurant downtown. From OTTV25 DA8TV.

Fun in the December snow. From Get Off the Grid Guy.

Tirade at the Apple Store at the Summit (our vertical video of the week). From Yellow Hammer.

December’s Birmingham Bowl at Legion Field, featuring Texas Tech vs. South Florida. From Tim Bliss.

Birmingham Bowl pep rally at Uptown. From Lubbock Avalanche-Journal – A-J Media.

“Red Raider Show” at Legion Field. From Lubbock Avalanche-Journal – A-J Media.

The Goin’ Band from Raiderland halftime show. From Nick James.

The Herd of Thunder halftime show. From Nick James.

A South Florida player does the splits. From ABC Action News.

Texas Tech’s postgame media conference. From Texas Tech Red Raiders.

Presenting the trophy to the South Florida Bulls. From USFBlogDotCom

Highlight reel for South Florida. From USF Athletics.

Highlight reel for Texas Tech. From Texas Tech Red Raiders.

Walking through downtown Birmingham and Pensacola. From Hum of the Earth.

“Near, far, wherever you are …” From Nico Leon.

The Holy Wonders of Birmingham. From Mr. Johnson.

Flying to Birmingham for November’s HowtoLife student religious rally at the Pelham Civic Center. From Lauren Faith M.

Promo for Friday’s Rising Star Road Show at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Come Together Create.

Promo for the Deeper Gathering weekly Christian meetings in Chelsea, Homewood and Trussville. From Dale Forehand.

Music video for “Stressin” by Treedee and Kett. From J.J. McLovin Vlogs.

Highlight reel for Jersey Intensity junior third baseman Angelina Mayers at the Birmingham Thunderbolts Five-Star Showcase. From Angelina Mayers.

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The Birmingham channel: We jazz January, too

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Jazz with Birmingham trumpeter Collins “Bo” Berry at B.O.S.S. Ultra Bar and Lounge on Southside. From Actress Gabrielle.

More jazz. From Actress Gabrielle.

Fans at Satellite in Avondale break out in cheers at the Doug Jones election viewing party in December. From Cheney Wells.

A surprise 40th birthday party in December for Bryan Bell, organized by wife Becca Bell, at the Redmont Hotel downtown. From Kaley Martin.

WVTM-13 news crew witnesses nearby gunfire (happened to another WVTM reporting team in 2016). From WVTM-13 News.

Time-lapse footage of traffic around the supports for an I-20/59 ramp. From Starnes Publishing.

Birmingham band Roadside performs in 1995 at Zydeco on Southside. From William Walker.

Drone and terrestrial footage of the December snow. From Tim McGhee.

The Regals performs “Purple Rain” in November at Innisfree Irish Pub in Lakeview. From Actress Gabrielle.

Drone footage of downtown and Vulcan. From Dunlap Productions.

Arkansas YouTuber Emma Mae Jenkins speaks at November’s HowtoLife student religious rally at the Pelham Civic Center. From Emma Mae Jenkins.

More from the rally. From HowToLife Movement.

Team members from Texas Tech and South Florida visit patients at Children’s of Alabama during Birmingham Bowl week. From Children’s of Alabama.

More on the teams’ activities for Birmingham Bowl week. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Women saying “I am Birmingham.” From Out There Creative.

Parking lot gas (our vertical video of the week). From Large Marge.

Morehouse College student and Birmingham native Jarrell Jordan speaks to middle and high schoolers at Cornerstone School of Alabama in Huffman. From Jarrell Jordan.

Jordan speaks at Carver High School in North Birmingham. From Jarrell Jordan.

WAQY personalities Tommy Charles and Doug Layton encourage listeners to “Ban the Beatles” in 1966. From Ringo Starr 42.

Talking with two artists, William Colvin, retired art professor living in Fairfield, and Birmingham native Lorenzo Pace, a sculptor living in Brooklyn. From Tony M. Bingham.

Iron Tribe Fitness founder Jim Cavale on “Living Life on Purpose.” From Yellow Hammer.

Highlight reel for Bessemer Academy senior offensive lineman Asad Muhammad. From Street Light Recruiting.

Dashcam footage of driving through town from I-20/59 to I-65. From Technno.

Scenes from December’s ZooLight Safari at the Birmingham Zoo in Redmont Park. From Live Storms Media.

UAB engineering professor Dean Sicking and UAB field project manager Steven Thompson on developing safer vehicle barriers. From Camisary Inc.

Clips of Birmingham band Clutch. From Timothy Huffman.

The TubaChristmas concert in December at Alys Stephens Center. From Paul Houston.

A foggy, rainy December night. From Live Storms Media.

Music video for “Waiting on Your Call” by Birmingham rock band Smoking with the Bandit. From Smoking with the Bandit.

Time-lapse footage of the demolition of the UAB Hill Student Center. From Ryan Meyer.

A 360-degree look at the interior of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church downtown. From Civil Rights Trail.

A 360-degree look at Sixteenth Street Baptist Church and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute from Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From Civil Rights Trail.

Street fight (our other vertical video of the week). From Birmingham Hood Newz Bihh.

December flash flood around town. From Storm Chasing Video.

Walking the dog in winter at Railroad Park, plus drone footage. From Seth Baylis.

Atlanta rapper Scotty ATL performs in December at the Nick on Southside. From UndergroundBooking Jimbo.

Student report on the 2017 Birmingham mayoral election. From Kristi Love.

Former NBA star and Birmingham native T.R. Dunn on local TV show “Keeping Up with Birmingham.” From Dewayne Moore – Keeping Up with Birmingham.

Birmingham rapper YBN Nahmir. From Lanc.

Talking with Mandy Majerik of HotHouse Design Studio florists in Homewood. From J. Schwanke.

Charles Krulak, former Marine general and president of Birmingham-Southern College, on local TV show “Our Issues Birmingham.” From Mayor Randall Woodfin.

Promo for the 18th annual Alabama Commercial Real Estate Conference and Expo in February at the Club. From Cherie Moman.

Dashcam footage of driving around town. From Grabando.

Drumming at 1st and 23rd downtown. From Larry Hudson.

A 400m race during December’s USATF Galleria Games at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Da Henry Crew.

A 60m race. From Cedric Vaughn.

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Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Highlight reel for freshman point guard Austin McLendon, filmed in Pelham. From Hoop Brothers.

Parking lot fight (our vertical video of the week). From Justin Rogers.

A rat hole (our other vertical video of the week). From Rid-a-Critter Inc.

Promo for Fonteneau and Arnold law firm in Five Points South. From Yellow Pages.

Basketball: Birmingham-Southern at Rose-Hulman in December. From RHIT Sports Info.

Rock band Trans-Siberian Orchestra performs “Carol of the Bells” in December at Legacy Arena downtown. From the Video Game Junkie.

Highlight reel for Vestavia Hills senior sprinter Miyaz Baynes. From Street Light Recruiting.

A breakdancing Birmingham police officer onstage at the Alabama Theatre downtown (our other other vertical video of the week). From Lane Harper.

Janet Jackson performs in December at Legacy Arena (our other other other vertical video of the week). From K Michelle Rockin with K.

Downtown walkabout (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Simply Beautiful on a Budget.

Highlight reel for Evangel Christian senior linebacker Hunter Green. From Street Light Recruiting.

Simulating the Birmingham Bowl in “NCAA Football 14,” Texas Tech vs. South Florida. From Sports Gaming 1.

A graduation party at Sumo Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar at Patton Creek in Hoover. From Obioha Okoro.

The 1996 USA Hooters Cup Coca-Cola 250 at Birmingham International Raceway in Five Points West. From Aaron Creed.

Selling the benefits of removing the elevated section of I-20/59 downtown, from nonprofit organization Rethink 20/59. From Neoteotihuacan.

Morgantown, Ky., rapper Tommy White, a k a Two from Triple Beam Two, performs in Birmingham. From GYS Entertainment.

The Birmingham Lawyers Peace Seminar in March at the Jefferson County Courthouse downtown. Participants: Doug Vu, St. Stephen the Martyr Catholic Chapel at UAB; Jonathan Miller, Temple Emanu-el; Joyce Vance, former U.S. Attorney; Houston Brown, former presiding judge of Jefferson County; Sameh Asal, Birmingham Islamic Society; Kip Laxson, Asbury United Methodist Asbury United Methodist; and Joseph Boohaker, presiding judge of Jefferson County. From the Nomberg Law Firm.

Touring the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute downtown. From MCphotonow.

Promo for mission trip to Panama run by nonprofit organization Hecho Project in Lakeview. From Hecho Project.

A dispute over a wedding booking at the Cedars Club in Glen Iris (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Mision Informativa NL.

Promo for General Heating and Air in Hoover. From Yellow Pages.

A day at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Andy Montgomery.

NWA Wrestling match featuring One Man Kru vs. Mike Jackson in 2008 during Fiesta in Linn Park downtown. From One Man Kru.

Highlight reel for McAdory junior running back Danté Franklin Jr. From Street Light Recruiting.

Drone footage of Red Mountain during December’s snow day. From Alirosa.

More from the December snow storm. From Bama Guy n Bham.

Birmingham band Bonus Round performs in September at Brookwood Village in Homewood. From East Coast Entertains.

Testimonial by Felecia for Vitalogy Wellness Center in Homewood (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Vitalogy Wellness Center.

Karen Utz, curator and historian of Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark, presents “The Music of the Birmingham District’s Mines, Railroads and Mills” in 2016 in Montgomery. From Alabama Department of Archives and History.

Discussing art and science, with Birmingham artist Merrilee Challiss and Brooklyn bioinformatician Reza Khodadadi-Jamayran as part of the Birmingham Museum of Art’s 2016 Shift series. From Neoteotihuacan.

Lighting the Linn Park Christmas tree (our final vertical video of the week). From Patrick Byington.

Japanese experimental band Boris performs in November at Saturn in Avondale. From Large Marge.

Penguins! Filmed by Birmingham’s Kyle Sullivan in Antarctica. From Neoteotihuacan.

Birthday fun at the new Topgolf in Uptown. From Fritz Family Entertainment.

Touring Sloss Furnaces. From a Life Worth Finding.

Senate candidate Doug Jones holds a rally on Election Day eve at his campaign headquarters in East Avondale. From Washington Post.

Birmingham mayor Randall Woodfin discusses the Senate race on Election Day with CNN. From Almutaz Bur News Network.

Woodfin discusses Senate candidate Roy Moore on “Here and Now.” From WBUR.

Interview with Arthur Price Jr., senior pastor at Sixteenth Street Baptist Church downtown. From Civil Rights Trail.

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The Birmingham channel: The great Alabama whiteout

Tuesday, December 26th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Talking with conservative voters at Urban Standard downtown before the special Senate election with political consultant Frank Luntz. From Vice News.

The November inauguration of Birmingham mayor Randall Woodfin. From All God Buddy.

Jonathan Nelson, general manager for the Birmingham Barons, on the new uniforms. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Glimpses of snow earlier this month. From Big Phil the Director.

Drone footage of the snow at Railroad Park downtown. From al.com.

Driving in snow. From Colby Hooper.

Falling snow (our vertical video of the week). From Panorama Computer Services.

More driving in snow. From Jose Aranda.

Peeking at the blizzard from the front door (our other vertical video of the week). From Beauty She Is Me TV TM.

Driving on Rock Creek Road in Sylvan Springs. From Pbmack36.

First time to experience snow. From Sun Hat Kae.

More snowy drone footage. From Jolly Comet.

Snow in the park. From Vladimir Fuerte.

Checking out the snow from the great indoors. From Justin Vines.

Snow report from downtown. From Audra Hart.

Even more driving through the snow. From Ben Chapman.

Sledders, geese and more around town. From Live Storms Media.

Reporting on the record snowfall earlier this month. From Kikuyu Diaspora Television USA.

Even more drone footage of a neighborhood covered in snow. From Jody Wolfe.

Promo for Momentum Telecom in Crestwood South. From United for Life Foundation.

Highlights from November’s Big Pitch competition at the Negro Southern League Museum downtown. From All God Buddy.

Highlight reel for Clay-Chalkville senior defensive end Kendall Smith. From Street Light Recruiting.

Gadsden’s Back Forty Beer Company to anchor the Sloss Docks Warehouse redevelopment project in Central City. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Drone footage of Vulcan. From Ulyses Almanza.

Dawn Burke to speak at the December meeting of the Birmingham Society for Human Resource Management at the Club. From United for Life Foundation.

Snow in 1960 in Center Point. From Brian Coshatt.

Birmingham rock band Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires performs in August at WFMU Monty Hall in Jersey City. From WFMU.

Drone footage of downtown. From James – BeBop.

R&B group June’s Diary performs in November at Legacy Arena downtown. From Jerrica Wiley.

Shout out for Saw’s Soul Kitchen in Avondale. From the Fashioneer by Patrick T. Cooper.

St. Louis blues-folk musician Pokey Lafarge performs earlier this month at Saturn in Avondale. From Jonas Jacobs.

Promo for Shipt downtown. From United for Life Foundation.

Orlando rock band Alter Bridge performs “Open Your Eyes” in November at Iron City on Southside. From Eddie Harper.

UAB senior Forrest Satterfield speaks at the University Innovation Fellows Silicon Valley Meetup in November at Google in Mountain View, Calif. From University Innovation Fellows.

The self-rocking baby (our other other vertical video of the week). From Ron Terry.

Tonja at St. Vincent’s Health System reflects on her work. From Robert Fish.

Promo for His Grace Is Sufficient church in Oxmoor. From Nash Films/Chris Lewis.

Alt-rock band Ween performs in 2000 at the Five Points South Music Hall. From the Stallion Mang.

A proposal at the New Found Glory concert earlier this month at Saturn in Avondale. From Aaron Prisock.

Promo for HospiceLink downtown. From United for Life Foundation.

Brian Hilson, president and CEO of the Birmingham Business Alliance, discusses economic development. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Yogis Kim Drye and Becca Impello discuss HereNowYoga training. From HereNow Yoga.

Let ‘er rip (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Large Marge.

Entering Lightrails (our final vertical video of the week). From Fly Star Media.

Leaving the hotel room. From the Fashioneer by Patrick T. Cooper.

Presiding elder Albert Hyche and Ida Tyree-Hyche address the South Birmingham Huntsville Bessemer District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. From Jiwann Dixon.

Highlight reel for Bessemer City senior quarterback Jason Foster Jr. From Street Light Recruiting.

Driving by downtown. From Get Off the Grid Guy.

Someone’s not happy with their Subway sandwich. From Pat Locsta.

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The Birmingham channel: The toy brigade

Monday, December 18th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Basketball: UAB at Brigham Young in the first round of the 2016 National Invitation Tournament. From Erisi Sewi.

Dashcam footage of driving from I-20/59 through Malfunction Junction to downtown. From Real Karma.

Warrior college student Loren Murphree discusses her autoimmune skin disease alopecia areata with Karen Lamb Pierce of Birmingham T-shirt retailer She Is Strong. From She is Strong/Karen Lamb Pierce.

Please enjoy this rap (our vertical video of the week). From Big E.

Birmingham hip-hop artist Jice performs at Aqua (our other vertical video of the week). From Jice Muzik.

Birmingham Mortgage Group owner Turenne Newell discusses lending limits (our other other vertical video of the week). From Turenne Newell.

Fidencio Moctezuma takes part in the Hispanic congregation at the Church of Brook Hills in North Shelby County. From Brook Hills Hispana.

World traveler Abhishek Kumar Sharma talks with a journalist with WBRC-6 in November. From Abhi: Around the World.

Preview of high school football semifinal playoffs earlier this month. From Starnes Publishing.

Yonkers death metal band Immolation performs “Swarm of Terror” in November at Saturn in Avondale. From Edward Unlikely.

An interview with new Birmingham mayor Randall Woodfin in November. From al.com.

A family visit to the Birmingham Museum of Art downtown. From Family Adventures TV.

Feature on the Masonic Temple Building downtown. From This Is Alabama.

A Southwest flight takes off at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From En9ineer81 the Plane Kid.

Salvation Army 2017 Red Kettle Ambassador Chris Strub stops in Birmingham as part of his Eastern U.S. fund-raising tour. In November, he spent the night at the new Center of Hope in North Birmingham. From Chris Strub.

Singer-actress Tamar Braxton surprises students in November at Parker High School in Smithfield (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Tamar Chronicles.

Braxton performs in November at Legacy Arena downtown. From Tamar Chronicles.

Buffalo travel bloggers Phil and Shelly stop in Birmingham on their yearlong roadtrip across the country. Their visit includes the Birmingham Botanical Gardens and the Statue of Liberty. From Cheese Crackers and a Jeep.

Riding through downtown (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Disco Ricky.

Norwegian black metal band Mayhem performs “Pagan Fears” in November at Saturn in Avondale. From NoleCore.

Driving from Hueytown to Vulcan Park. From La Palmada Guerrero.

Hanging out at Vulcan. From La Palmada Guerrero.

Birmingham jazz guitarist Eric Essix and friends perform on a city bus. From University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Another visit to Hobby Lobby ruined (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Large Marge.

Touring a foreclosed house ready for flipping. From Boom Box 256.

Atlanta R&B group Xscape performs “Who Can I Run to” at Legacy Arena downtown. From LyfeGoalz TV.

Family Thanksgiving get-together in Mount Olive. From Grant Reynolds.

Fight! (Our final vertical video of the week.) From Detrick Wilson.

Members of New Pilgrim Baptist Church in South Titusville hit the streets for a procession. From Lamar Johnson.

Drone footage of the Acipco-Finley rail yard. From Jesse Bohn.

Highlight reel for junior guard Devin Ross. From Hoop Brothers.

Children from Independent Presbyterian Church on Southside deliver donated Christmas toys in 2016 to First Light homeless shelter downtown. From IPC Birmingham.

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Vote 2017: Alabama Senate special election results

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

Video: Doug Jones’ victory speech on Tuesday in Birmingham

Hallelujah it’s over! Results from today’s special election for U.S. Senate in Alabama …

Vote 2017More election coverage in our Vote 2017 special report.

(Updating throughout the evening.)

The expected voter turnout statewide was 20 percent to 25 percent. The actual turnout was a whopping 40 percent.

Voter turnout - special Senate election 2017Chart: Voter turnout
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Winner in red

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Vote 2017: Jones, Moore and a rapt nation awaits

Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

Video: NBC News report on the Alabama Senate race

No one could have predicted this.

Vote 2017What was once a sleepy December special election to fill a vacant Senate seat in a deep red state has turned into a national referendum on political parties, sexual harassment and the Trump agenda. Merry Christmas, Alabama.

It all started a month ago with a bombshell Washington Post report citing several Gadsden women approached as teenagers for dates while Roy Moore was in his early 30s. One woman accused him of sexual assault. Moore is the twice-elected, twice-removed Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice on the Republican ticket.

(Or maybe it all started when then-Gov. Bentley picked then-Attorney General Luther Strange in February to fill Jeff Sessions’ Senate seat after Sessions was appointed U.S. Attorney General.)

National media, pundits, celebrities and at least one late night talk show host have descended on this one-race ballot for 4 weeks. Money has flooded in, turning a surefire Republican victory into a free-for-all, complete with nonstop commercials, flyers, rallies, high-profile interlopers and poll after poll after poll.

Alabama has had an interesting fall.

Oh, and Doug Jones is running for the Democrats. Almost forgot.

At least in 12 hours, this will all be over (save for any voting machine malfunctions, calls for recount or nuclear war).

The polls are open: Voting takes place till 7 p.m. for this one race.

Q: Where do I vote?

A: Call Jefferson County: (205) 325-5550, Jefferson County (Bessemer only): (205) 481-4105, Shelby County: (205) 669-3913.

Or Search Your Polling Place on AlabamaVotes.gov.

Wade on Birmingham:
election results tonight

Remember, if you have problems at your polling place:

  • Notify a poll worker immediately.
  • Call the state attorney general at 1-800-831-8814 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Wednesday.
  • Call the secretary of state at 1-800-274-VOTE (8683) or visit StopVoterFraudNow.com.
  • And tell the probate court for Jefferson County (205-325-5203) or Shelby County (205-669-3713).
  • E-mail us at Vote2017[at]wadeonbirmingham.com.

Q: What can I expect to see on the ballot?

A: Here it is …

2017 general election senator sample ballot

Q: What if I need a ride to the polls?

A: Try Carpool Vote, a free service that matches volunteer drivers with voters who need a lift.

Let us know where and when you voted, and how many votes were cast before yours.

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The Birmingham channel: Ballers and brawlers

Monday, December 11th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Trussville evangelist Karen Schatzline appears on a November episode of “Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural!” From Heaven Visit.

Just another Thanksgiving night at the Galleria (our vertical video of the week). From the AIO Entertainment.

Highlight reel for Sparkman senior guard Anthony A.J. Horton, filmed in Pelham. From Hoop Brothers.

Dashcam footage of the Bessemer Super Highway. From Real Karma.

Basketball: Birmingham-Southern at Roanoke in November. From Roanoke Athletics.

Football highlights: UAB at Florida in November. From ESPN Gainesville.

A glimpse of the Body Worlds Rx 2016 exhibit at McWane Science Center downtown (our other vertical video of the week). From Large Marge.

A fun outing in Birmingham, including a meal at Cracker Barrel. From Madeline Hart.

A simulation of the Bernards’ back yard. From Platinum Pools Texas.

Checking out the sites at Red Mountain Park. From Gowestusa.

Navigating the Hugh Kaul Beanstalk Forest at Red Mountain Park. From Cristiano Fontes.

Miss USA Deshauna Barber speaks at the UAB Leadership Conference in October at the Hill Student Center. From Deshauna Barber.

Mexican band La Arrolladora Banda el Limón performs “Me va Pesar” in November at El Sol on Valley Avenue. From Cristy Bazan.

“Face the Nation” report from Birmingham on Senate candidate Roy Moore. From Face the Nation.

Steve Roberts performs “Red Mountain” at King’s Way Church in Irondale. From King’s Way Church.

Another virtual Birmingham. From Wise Era Trill TV.

A talkative peacock at the Birmingham Zoo. From Wesley Redinger.

Rapper Lisa K. performs “Anomaly.” From Lisa K. Music.

The gross toilet at Target (our other other vertical video of the week). From Large Marge.

Daphne Chamberlain, assistant history professor at Tougaloo College in Mississippi, talks on “The Jackson Movement and Birmingham,” at the 2017 Institute for College and University Teachers in June in Jackson. From Fannie Lou Hamer.

Birmingham hip-hop artist Rocki performs in November at WorkPlay in Lakeview (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Deavin Napoleon.

A 60m hurdles race at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Rashni Walker.

Playing at the Thunderbolts Five Star Exposure Tournament in November. From Rik Kinghorn.

Members of UAB’s Indian Cultural Association meets world traveler Abhishek Kumar Sharma in November. From Abhi: Around the World.

Hiking the Ridge and Valley Trail and Overlook Trail at Ruffner Mountain. From Gowestusa.

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Monday, December 4th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

“Fantasia for Karen Alone,” written by Dorothy Hindman and performed by Karen Bentley Pollick. Recorded in 2010 at the Birmingham Museum of Art downtown. From Stuart Diamond.

“Subcarrier” episode with Birmingham rock band Holy Youth performing at Saturn in Avondale. From Subcarrier.

“Young Blood: Art in Our City.” From UAB Media Studies.

A look at the columbarium at Homewood’s Trinity United Methodist Church. From Trinity UMC.

A trip to Vulcan. From Life in Bama.

A walk through the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Sir Howard Productions.

More at the gardens. From Deirien Howard.

Angela May of the Birmingham Museum of Art shows the re-opened Dutch wing (our vertical video of the week). From De Museum Docent.

Basketball: Wenonah at Ramsay in November. From Christopher Cooper.

Belladonna Magazine third anniversary party. From Belladonna Magazine.

Birmingham Kickball Allstars vs. the Tragic City Rollers. From Cardboard Titanics.

Birmingham-Southern senior Bridget Adams’ recital in November. From Liz Dial.

California rock band Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real performs in November at Saturn in Avondale (our vertical video of the week). From Kim Bourgeois.

Clip from EWTN’s “At Home With Jim and Joy” with hosts Jim and Joy Pinto of Fairfield. From Spiritual GPS.

Columbus, Ohio, rock band Starset performs “Telepathic” in October at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Stephanie Amber.

Commercial for the Birmingham Water Works. From Josh Director.

Drone footage of construction of a HealthSouth facility in Birmingham From Wayne Degan.

Erian says thank you. From STAIR of Birmingham.

Football: Centre at Birmingham-Southern in November. From Centre Athletics.

Having fun in Birmingham. From Kabell987.

Highlights of the Center Point Eagles. From John Dysart.

Los Angeles band Voz de Mando performs “Muchacho de Campo” in November at Rancho El Centenario in Mt. Olive (our vertical video of the week). From Tito A.

Mario Addison, North Birmingham native and defensive end for the Carolina Panthers, delivers more than 250 turkeys for Thanksgiving. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Mustangs vs. Red Storm in a November softball tournament. From Frankie Upchurch.

Promo for Birmingham band Bonus Round. From iMusicAcademy.

Promo for the Auburn Community Church gathering in November at South Highland Presbyterian Church in Five Points South. From Nathaly Marques.

Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore speaks in November at the Birmingham Marriott on U.S. 280. From Live Satellite News.

REV Birmingham’s 2012 name announcement. From REV Birmingham.

Rolling downtown. From Jackson Ross.

Showing off at the Saturday morning Cars and Coffee at Hoover Tactical Firearms. From Sinister.Shelby.

Skateboarding under the Red Mountain Expressway. From Faith Skate.

The 1991 Iron Bowl at Legion Field. From Alabama Historian.

The documentary “Lives of Courage, Voices of Hope: Women Seeking Freedom and Justice in a World of Black and White,” on Alabama women in the civil rights movement. From the Media Center @ SU.

This year’s Veterans Day parade downtown. From National Veterans Day.

The Spyder Ryders in the parade. From Michael Cozzi.

More from the parade. From Jcargus.

Even more parade footage. From Life in Bama.

Evening fireworks for Veterans Day over Red Mountain. From Tim Smith.

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