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Vote 2017: Who will succeed Sen. Sessions?

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

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President Trump picked Jeff Sessions to lead the Department of Justice earlier this year. Then-Gov. Bentley picked Alabama attorney general Luther Strange to fill his Senate seat until someone called a special election.

Vote 2017We dumped Bentley, and successor Gov. Kay Ivey put this election on the calendar.

Which leads us to today’s special primary.

A mere 16 men and one woman vie for the party nominations. This will be the first primary in which no party crossover voting is allowed between the primary and possible runoff on Sept. 26.

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 or fill out this online form.
  • 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 ballots?

A: Here they are …

Democrat Republican
2017 Democrat senator sample ballot 2017 Republican senator sample ballot

Note: Dom Gentile and Brian McGee dropped out of the race after ballots had been printed.

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

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The Birmingham channel: Kickin’ it

Monday, August 14th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Birmingham Hammers at Chattanooga Football Club in July. From Chattanooga Football Club.

Train. From Ritu J.

Rapper David Banner in July at the Shoe Clinic in Five Points South. From AllGODbuddy.

The Prblms performs “Clearview” and “Lane Switch” at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From The Prblms.

Chatting at T-Bones restaurant in Five Points South. From Fill in the Pieces.

Praise break at the 98th International Holy Convocation at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown (our vertical video of the week). From James K. Jefferson.

Birmingham’s Black Jacket Symphony performs “And Your Bird Can Sing” in 2014 at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Treser62.

Pelham’s Southern Knights Drum and Bugle Corps performs at July’s Drum Corps International competition at Samford’s Seibert Stadium. From Chris Deal.

A visit to Reed Books downtown (our vertical video of the week). From R.J. Wilson.

A July episode of “Our Issues Birmingham” with Birmingham mayoral candidate Chris Woods. From Our Issues Birmingham.

Commercial for Birmingham mayoral candidate Frank Matthews. From Frank Matthews.

Talking with Lane Odin of Birmingham retailer Cigars and More at the International Premium Cigar and Pipe Retailers’ 85th annual convention in Las Vegas. From Micallef Cigars.

Tennis highlights: UAB at South Florida in March in Tampa. From JoeKing32.

Summer road trip from South Carolina to Jacksonville, Fla., to Enterprise and Birmingham. From Healthy Ai.

Flash flood late July along Patton Creek in Vestavia Hills. From Live Storms Media.

Hugh flash flood by Diplomat Deli in Vestavia Hills. From Weather Nation.

More flooding near the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From Storm Chasing Video.

Flood footage from social media users. From Weather Channel.

Vlogging while driving to the Levite Jewish Community Center (our vertical video of the week). From Jay Burnham.

South Florida vs. South Carolina in the last play of December’s Birmingham Bowl at Legion Field. From Alec Monies.

Driving in Birmingham. From Justin Campbell.

A magic trick (our vertical video of the week). From Dedrick Ander.

Los Angeles rock band Hey Violet performs “Hoodie” in July at Brookwood Village in Homewood (our vertical video of the week). From That Irwin Girl.

The 1990 Iron Bowl at Legion Field. From Alabama Historian.

A report from the bus in the rain (our vertical video of the week). From Madison DeGraffenreid.

Stormy skies in Vestavia Hills (our vertical video of the week). From Jay Burnham.

Candidate forum for Birmingham district No. 2 in late July at East Lake United Methodist Church. From I Believe in Birmingham.

Walking to Anytime Fitness in Vestavia Hills to work out. From Kyle Gainey.

Drone footage of a driveway in progress in the Oak Meadows neighborhood. From Wright Construction Birmingham.

Trucking along I-65 from Franklin, Ky., to Birmingham. From Big Rig Travels.

Exploring the city at What’s on 2nd and Edgar’s Bakery downtown, Silvertron Cafe in Forest Park and Liberty Park in Vestavia Hills. From Robert Gurule.

A confession. From Steven San Lucas.

Driving in the rain westbound on I-20 at the I-459 junction. From Ritu J.

Pensacola rapper Cremro Smith performs in July at the Nick on Southside (our vertical video of the week). From UndergroundBooking Jimbo.

Fun times at the Birmingham Zoo and the Riverchase Galleria. From Shiiyo.

Hunting for an RV park. From Squirmy Feet Explores.

A snippet of Western Kentucky vs. UAB in 1996 at Legion Field. From WKU Library Special Collections.

Gadsden hip-hop artist Big Henri and Bray perform in July at the Nick on Southside. From UndergroundBooking Jimbo.

Chris Reid of Reid Law Firm on Southside discusses visitation rights. From Christopher Reid.

Checking out downtown via Google Maps Street View (our vertical video of the week). From Lopez Alexander.

Rapper Chezzy Boy performs at the Nick on Southside. From RVLI Video.

An orangutan at the Birmingham Zoo (our vertical video of the week). From Ritu J.

More from the zoo: swan, flamingos, pony and giraffes. From Kait Mauro.

Even more: Burmese python and red-and-green macaw. From Kait Mauro.

Demonstrating clean variations at CrossFit Birmingham in Inverness. From Rigorous Media.

British cover band the Molly Ringwalds performs “Home Sweet Home” in July at Iron City on Southside (our vertical video of the week). From Steppencat.

Birmingham to add United Soccer League team in 2019. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Promo for new USL team. From Brian Curtin.

Coming from South Carolina for the Southern Sportsman’s Apparel booth at the 34th annual World Deer Expo in July at the BJCC Exhibition Halls downtown. From Kyle Gainey.

Talking with A.J. Johnson, pastor from Hartford, Conn., about July’s March for Justice downtown. From Revival That Works.

A trip to the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Gowestusa.

Promo for nonprofit organization STAIR of Birmingham, or Start the Adventure in Reading. From STAIR of Birmingham.

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The Birmingham channel: Proud, merry

Monday, August 7th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Driving west on I-20/59 toward downtown. From S. Kite.

CBS report “Who Speaks for Birmingham” from 1961, on the racial divide between black and white communities. From Hezakya Newz and Music.

One year after witnessing gunfire on a Birmingham street. From WVTM-13 News.

Alabama junior wide receiver Calvin Ridley at SEC Media Days in July at the Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover. From Nationwide Sports Highlights.

Riding the train at the Birmingham Zoo. From Ms. Bo.

Riding around town. From Jay Burnham.

Cypher 2017, rapping on the street. From Big Phil the Director.

“Good Day Alabama” segment on the 2008 exhibit “Leonardo da Vinci: Drawings from the Biblioteca Reale in Turin” at the Birmingham Museum of Art. From Mill City Profiles.

Birmingham folk group the New Hooteneers perform “Saro Jane” in 2015 at Vestavia Hills United Methodist Church. From P Johnson.

Highlights from Nashville country singer Jon Langston’s concert in April at Iron City on Southside. From Andrew Langston.

West side. From Birmingham Entertainment.

Birmingham law firm Hare, Wynn, Newell and Newton assists with the Higher Academics Summer School mock trial. From Telegraph Creative.

Mike Brown performs his one-man show “Dr. Shropshire Tells It All” at June’s Civitan Centennial Celebration Convention at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. The play tells the story of Dr. Courtney Shropshire, founder of the organization. From Civitan International.

Flying Southwest from Austin to Birmingham by way of Tampa. From the Airplane Channel.

Nashville sales coach Michaeal Burt speaks to Keller Williams agents in their Alabaster office. From Coach Micheal Burt.

Drone footage of downtown and Regions Field. From Andrewsfury.

More drone footage of downtown. From Alex McAnnally.

Birmingham infielder Keon Barnum scores his 13th home run against the Biloxi Shuckers in July at MGM Park. From Minor League Baseball.

Feeding the giraffes at the Birmingham Zoo (our vertical video of the week). From Ritu J.

Memphis rapper Project Pat performs in July at the Nick on Southside (our vertical video of the week). From Undergroundbooking Jimbo.

Bounty hunters raid a house in the Birmingham area at night. From Bama Fugitive Recovery.

A World Changers mission team spends a week in July in Birmingham fixing up a house. From World Changers.

Highlights from July’s weeklong Mission Serve mission trip in Birmingham. From Mission Serve.

Squirrel hole. From Rid-a-Critter Inc.

Trailer for 2013 film “Clubhouse,” written and directed by Birmingham’s Yuri Shapochka and filmed locally. From Shape Films.

Talking with Daroneshia Duncan, founder of Transgender Advocates Knowledgeable Empowerment, for #ShowUp Stories, part of Google’s celebration of Pride Month. From Conor McBride.

Talking with Tori Sisson and Shanté Wolfe, the first same-sex couple to marry in Alabama, for #ShowUp Stories. From Google.

Talking with Ashfaq Taufique, president of the Birmingham Islamic Society, for #ShowUp Stories. From Google.

Talking with state representative Patricia Todd, Alabama’s first and only openly gay legislator, for #ShowUp Stories. From Google.

Covering Alabama State at SWAC Media Day in July at the Birmingham Marriott. Nationwide Sports Highlights

Twerking! From RNM TeeV.

Dining at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From the Kid Gamer.

Greyhound racing in July at the Birmingham Race Course. From Jay Burnham.

Highlights of Birmingham’s recent developments. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Music video for “Let It Bang,” by Birmingham hip-hop artist Nerves Baddington. From Nerves Baddington.

Parisian metalcore band Betraying the Martyrs performs “Lost for Words” in July at Zydeco on Southside. From Aaron Jones.

Missouri Christian comedian/singer-songwriter Tim Hawkins performs in July at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Yellow Jacket Gamer.

Birmingham montage of mayhem. From Karuuum Lolina.

WWE’s “SmackDown Live” in July at Legacy Arena downtown. From My Damn Toys.

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The Birmingham channel: The flying pup

Monday, July 31st, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings’ submission for Birmingham Business Journal’s Birmingham’s Best Places to Work contest. From A Morales Production.

Hooping at the Summit. From Carron Hoops a Lot.

Having non-deep dish pizza at Deep Dish Pizza Company in the Brook Highland area of Hoover (our vertical video of the week). From Andrew Elliott.

Promo for last week’s Night of Worship with singer-songwriter Joshua Aaron at Beth Hallel Birmingham in Hoover. From Aly Hathcock.

Riding in a 2015 Roush Ford Mustang (our other vertical video of the week). From Jay Burnham.

A dramatic interpretation of “Letter From Birmingham Jail.” From River Deville.

Checking in with the Birmingham Outlawz. From Generation Nexxt Youth Sports Network.

Birmingham singer Chasidy Weldon performs “At Last” (our other other vertical video of the week). From Vergie Flanigan.

Promo for the Lindamood-Bell Learning Center in Homewood. From Lindamood Bell 1.

A review of Pies and Pints downtown (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Andrew Elliott.

Birmingham metalcore band Amnesty Please performs “Seven and Severed” earlier this month at Zydeco on Southside. From Aaron Jones.

Drone footage of the SEC Media Days signage on the Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover. From Robert Evans.

A look at Five restaurant in Lakeview. From Harbor Docks.

Driving through downtown on I-20/59. From Jaguar TV Guatemala Santa Eulalia.

Highlight reel for Atlanta high school senior Elijah Maris at the Baseball America clinic earlier this month at Birmingham-Southern College. From Elijah Maris.

“There is no HIV.” — Damian Q. Laster of Birmingham. (Our other other other other vertical video of the week.) From Damian Laster.

Journey performs “Lights” earlier this month at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre. From Andy Norman.

Hip-hop group Run the Jewels performs “Close Your Eyes (and Count to Fuck)” earlier this month at Sloss Fest. From Rithm Blue.

Drone footage of Indian Springs School. From WayPoint Pilots.

Sound check for Birmingham’s DJ Manish. From Manish Let’s Get Em a k a DJ Manish.

Flying a puppy named Storm from Vienna to Birmingham (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From I Cuccioli di Carlotta.

A battle from the “Injustice 2” tournament at GameStop in Eastwood. From Apok – Xbox Gamer Tag the Real Apok.

Birmingham center fielder Jeff Gelalich makes a diving catch against the Mobile BayBears earlier this month at Regions Field. From Minor League Baseball.

Nick Basto hits a three-run homer against Mobile. From Minor League Baseball.

Asia performs “Heat of the Moment” earlier this month at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre. From Jjeff500tv.

Wedding cake from Hoover’s Velvet Kake. From Velvet Kake LLC.

Singer-songwriter Demi Lovato performs earlier this month at Iron City on Southside. From Until I Die.

Fans wait in line for Demi Lovato. From AL.com.

ABC 33/40 report on vandalism hate crime earlier this month at Helena Muslim family’s house. From I Hooper.

The view from Leeds/Lake Purdy. From Matt Ezell.

Rap duo YGB performs at Diamonds of Birmingham Gentlmen’s Club in Bessemer (our final vertical video of the week). From Deson Colwell.

Promo for community partnership program Innovate Birmingham. From Innovate Birmingham.

Road trip from North Carolina to Flagstaff. Driving through downtown Birmingham. From Life at 7,000 Ft.

Spending the night in the car in a Birmingham-area Walmart parking lot. From Life at 7,000 Ft.

Cathy Friedman, Birmingham Holocaust Education Center board member, on August’s L’Chaim event at Alys Stephens Center. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Feature on the Birmingham Candy Company at Railroad Park. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Five Points South-based Janify Carpet Cleaning shows off a new industrial vacuum. From Janitors Closet USA.

Jonathan Barry-Blocker of Legal Services Alabama downtown explains the options available. From Mustardseed Productions.

Watching the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus in January at Legacy Arena downtown. From Samuel Whitt.

Birmingham Steelers on the field. From Shad Morgan.

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The Birmingham channel: Hueytown all-stars

Monday, July 24th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos, including last week’s Sloss Fest …

Seattle electronic music duo Odesza performs at Sloss Fest. From Monica Underwood.

Nashville country musician Sturgill Simpson performs “The Promise” at Sloss Fest. From Quazzbert.

A look at Sloss Fest 2017. From Chase Swearengin.

Another look at Sloss Fest 2017. From Joseph Mikos.

Birmingham hip-hop artist Nerves Baddington performs “Lamb’s Blade” at Sloss Fest. From Melanie Tatum.

Widespread Panic performs “Honky Red” at Sloss Fest. From Jeremy Johnson.

Singer-songwriter Conor Oberst performs “Poison Oak” at Sloss Fest. From Kathy Boyce.

Los Angeles rapper Vince Staples performs “Party People” at Sloss Fest. From Eric M.

Talking with Los Angeles singer-songwriter K. Flay at Sloss Fest. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Talking with Birmingham rock band New Devils at Sloss Fest. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Promo for Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe, Southside/UAB location. From AC Marketing.

Promo for T-Bone’s restaurant in Five Points South. From AC Marketing.

Preaching at the fountain (our vertical video of the week). From GMS Quick and Powerful.

Hooping with Jordan Junes and Stella the Kitty at June’s Birmingham Erotic Art Party in North Avondale. From Lil Wild Child.

Casey visits Birmingham. From Casey Neistat.

Meeting speaker Casey Neistat at Sloss Tech. From AllGODbuddy.

Huge storm earlier this month, From Jay Burnham.

Music video for “Indigo” by Birmingham singer-songwriter Matthew Mayfield, filmed in part at St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church in the Greystone neighborhood in Hoover. From Sean Patrick Kirby.

Promo for last week’s Sleepover dance party at Magnolia House in Five Points South. From Sleepover the Official Party.

Raleigh hip-hop artist J. Cole performs “Neighbors” in June at Avondale Brewing Company. From Hidn Trackz.

UAB professor James McClintock discusses climate change. From GASP.

Getting rid of insulation contaminated by animal waste (our other vertical video of the week). From Rid-a-Critter Inc.

Bluebird Homecare customer Sharon Lowe of Birmingham discusses her father’s situation. From Bluebird Homecare.

Commercial for AllSouth Appliance at Wildwood North in Homewood. From AllSouth Appliance.

Making a Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport at home. From Joseph Bentivenga.

Virtual minor league action, Birmingham Barons at Tennessee Smokies. From Peyton and Cal Loan.

Picking up EWTN’s shortwave radio station WEWN in Irondale from Uruguay. From CX2ABP.

Demo reel for Alabaster director of photography Jason O’Brien. From Fast Lane Productions

Birmingham News photographer Joe Songer and sports columnist Clyde Bolton on Hueytown racer Davey Allison’s 1993 fatal helicopter crash at the Talladega Supersppedway. From Robert Clay.

Evangelizing outside Mi Pueblo SuperMarket in Homewood. From LLDM NEWS Agencia de noticias.

A visit to the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Travel Companion.

Los Prisioneros del Norte perform at Roman’s Night Club in Homewood. From Manuel Mendez.

Rep. Terry Sewell talks with media in June during a tour of Fairfield’s tornado damage. From Rep. Sewell.

Highlights from a June exhibition opening at North Birmingham art gallery Studio 2500. From Liz Dial.

“NFL Total Access” report on Hueytown native Jameis Winston’s second annual Dream Forever Youth Camp earlier this month at Miles College. From Marlena B.

Men’s high jump at Samford’s track during June’s National Senior Games. From High Jumpers Rule.

Birmingham’s Jake Peter hits a triple against the Jackson Generals earlier this month in Jackson. From Minor League Baseball.

Los Angeles band Grupo Maravilla de Robin Revilla performs “Tu Recuerdo.” From Grupo Maravilla de Robin Revilla.

Drone footage of Vulcan, Lyric Theatre, Alabama Theatre and the Thomas Jefferson Tower’s mooring mast. From Steve Dunlap.

Drone footage of downtown Birmingham, Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa and downtown Columbus, Miss. From Smash Mouf Enterprises.

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The Birmingham channel: A place for everyone

Monday, July 17th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Birmingham’s Trey Michalczewski extends the Barons’ lead over the Biloxi Shuckers with a two-run single in June at Regions Field. From Minor League Baseball.

Birmingham’s Nick Basto hits his 11th home run of the season against the Montgomery Biscuits at Riverwalk Stadium. From Minor League Baseball.

Let’s Play session from Hawaiian YouTube gamer Joe Winko on “SimCity 4,” making a virtual Birmingham. From Winko567.

Tryouts for the Birmingham Blitz at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Sebastian Cuevas Minotta.

Promo for food delivery app Waitr entering Birmingham. From Waitr.

Promo for the Certified International Property Specialists training this month in Birmingham at the Birmingham Association of Realtors in Homewood (our vertical video of the week). From Ron Phipps.

A look at the Avian Adventure Free-Flight Bird Show at the Birmingham Zoo. From Alabama NewsCenter.

A police stop. From Birmingham Entertainment.

Alleged suspects hit police car in West End Manor while streaming on Facebook Live in June (our other vertical video of the week). From WIAT-42.

Birmingham Hammers at Knoxville Force in June. From Scruffy City Syndicate.

Promo for Christina Lowry James at Re/Max Southern Homes in Vestavia Hills. From Yellow Pages.

Talking with Lily Bolton attending June’s Queer Prom at the Magic City Acceptance Center on Southside. From Matt Wolf.

West Palm Beach rock band Surfer Blood performs in June at Saturn in Avondale. From Robby Stewart.

Rapper Ether performs at the High Note on Southside. From None But Music.

A triple against the Birmingham Thunderbolts 03 in the 2017 Bolts Five-Star Showcase in south Alabama (our other other vertical video of the week). From 2 Big Girlz.

Fork in the Road performs at the Relay for Life fund-raiser at the Gardendale Civic Center. From Big Gaskets.

Time-lapse footage of a June sunset seen from Red Mountain. From WVTM-13 News.

Birmingham rock band the Burning Peppermints perform “I Need to Be Alone (With Him)” in June at the Birmingham Museum of Art downtown. From Jay Dexter.

Looking for a business development manager at Swift Staffing in Homewood. From Dion Turner.

A look at Birmingham’s black radio personalities. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Talking with a health care protester in June in front of the Robert S. Vance federal courthouse downtown. From Blu.

Memphis rapper Finese 2 Tymes performs in June at the Birmingham Entertainment Center in the ACIPCO-Finley neighborhood (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Big Bwa Bama.

Southwest RoadRunnaz performs in June at the Birmingham Entertainment Center.

Location scouting in North Birmingham. From Create Birmingham.

More location scouting while driving in North Birmingham. From Create Birmingham.

The Wailers perform in June at Saturn in Avondale. From Jay Burnham.

Highlights from the 2001 Barry-Guyton family reunion. From Jfyp Production.

Hooping at June’s Birmingham Erotic Art Party in North Avondale. From Lyric Oksana Hallford.

Big cats at the Birmingham Zoo (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Guapo Chapin.

Nashville country singer-songwriter Tyler Farr performs in June at Rogue Tavern downtown (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Emilly King.

Volleyball match with teams from Birmingham and Hattiesburg playing in Birmingham. From Parth Patel.

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The Birmingham channel: Family free-for-all

Monday, July 10th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Fireworks!

Thunder on the Mountain (our vertical video of the week). From GardenGoddess11.

(Our other vertical video of the week.) From Amber Faye.

(Our other other vertical video of the week.) From Main1999.

Time-lapse footage. From Greg Randall.

Time-lapse footage from downtown. From Greg Randall.

A glimpse of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus in January at Legacy Arena downtown (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Lexus Bowman.

Birmingham’s Sisters With Voices Gospel Singers performs “On the Right Road Now” and “Sweeping Through the City” (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Jonathan Slaughter.

Elevator at the Fairfield Inn and Suites in Fultondale (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From the Gatson Openings Fan 14.

Trains passing through Irondale. From Carson Bean.

North Carolina’s Triangle Rock Club youth climbing team competes at June’s sport and speed divisionals at High Point Climbing and Fitness in Inverness. From Henry Ritterpusch.

Praise Team performs “More Than Anything” at Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Smithfield. From Be Encouraged.

Performing at a June NAACP rally in History Park downtown. From AllGODbuddy.

Hanging with the family at Ensley Soho. From Siza Hanz.

The Lea family poses at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Angela Blake Photography LLC.

National Speech and Debate Association 2017 awards video, held in Birmingham. From Aftermontana.

Highlights from Pridefest 2017 in June at Sloss Furnaces. From Horror Queen.

San Francisco roots-rock band Train performs “Drive By” in May at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From Greatness063.

Motorcycles at the Nick on Southside (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Jay Burnham.

The 2016 Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Geneva Barker.

Birmingham’s Cameron Seitzer hits a double against the Jackson Generals at Regions Field downtown. From Minor League Baseball.

Visiting Vulcan and its museum. From Michael G.

Glimpses of Birmingham. From Devon Harris.

A June panel discussion in Philadelphia on the 1963 bombing of Birmingham’s Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. Participants are Sarah Collins Rudolph, survivor; Steven Levingston, Washington Post editor; Hannibal Lokumbe, Philadelphia Orchestra composer-in-residence; and moderator Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center. From National Constitution Center.

A World Changers mission team spends a week in Birmingham fixing up a house. From World Changers.

Another World Changers mission team in Birmingham. From World Changers.

Scenes from the first Grace Church Vacation Bible School in Smyrna, Tenn., run by Vestavia Hills’ Shades Mountain Baptist Church. From Tom Agnew.

A visit to Ruffner Mountain. From Gowestusa.

Driving through Bessemer in a downpour. From la Palmada Guerrero.

Driving I-65 through downtown in the rain. From la Palmada Guerrero.

Gospel performances (our final vertical video of the week). From Marilyn Rice Grace.

Birmingham app developer LikelyAI launches iPhone app. From Alabama NewsCenter.

A trip to OvenBird in Pepper Place in Lakeview. From Vicki Winters.

Talking with Brandon Cain, owner and chef at Roots and Revelry restaurant downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Steve Spencer, CEO of the nonprofit organization Economic Development Partnership of Alabama, discusses the group’s new headquarters next to Railroad Park. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Celebrating Filipino Independence Day with the Filipino American Association of Greater Birmingham. From Team Clements.

Playing at the Birmingham-Southern high school basketball camp. From Charles Redding.

Closer angle on Fairfield tornado on June 22. From Live Storms Media

Dashcam footage of June 22 tornado in Fairfield. From Live Storms Media.

Reuters report on June 22 tornado recovery. From LoneWolf and the Three Muskadoggies.

Turkey Creek flooding after Tropical Storm Cindy in June. From Chase Thompson.

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The Birmingham channel: Independence Eve

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

The 400m finals at June’s National Senior Games at Samford’s track. From RichardW52.

The finish line downtown for the 5k race at June’s National Senior Games. From Best Times Event Timing.

Talking with 5k competitors at June’s National Senior Games downtown. From Best Times Event Timing.

Highlight reel of Jalen Williams-Luke, strong safety at Arkansas Tech and former Ramsay player. From Street Light Recruiting.

TRenee leads Caribbean dance fitness at the 6th annual Caribbean Festival in June at Linn Park downtown. From Tanneka Coleman.

Talking with Kimberly Jeanty, program director for the Community Kitchens of Birmingham. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Birmingham power pop band the Lolas performs in June at the Nick on Southside. From Tim Boykin.

Announcing plans for the weekend when UAB football returns. From UAB News.

Visiting Birmingham to ride Zyp bikes, hang out in Kelly Ingram Park downtown, dine at Bottega in Five Points South. From Wonderful_u.

A triple for the Birmingham Thunderbolts at June’s Scenic City Summer showcase in Chattanooga. From 2 Big Girlz.

Singer-songwriter and “The Voice” contestant Melanie Martinez performs in 2015 at Tin Roof in Lakeview. From Luis Fernando.

Drone footage of Vulcan, UAB, Railroad Park and Regions Field. From the Hen Men.

Time-lapse footage of Regions Field during a Barons game. From Don Naman.

Highlights from the Southeastern Region of the National Model Railroad Association Convention in June at the Bessemer Civic Center. From Jman’s Video Productions.

Talking with artist Robert West the Southeastern Region of the National Model Railroad Association Convention in June at the Bessemer Civic Center. From Tahiera Monique Brown.

A big tap number at the Birmingham Dance Theatre recital. From Karen Briley.

Birmingham Dance Theatre recital performance. From Karen Briley.

Performing “Waltz of the Flowers” at the Birmingham Dance Theatre recital. From Karen Briley.

May’s Party at the Parks at Railroad Park downtown. From Al Baptist Children’s Homes.

Bus ride along I-20/59 and through downtown. From Walking Tourist.

Amtrak Crescent heading downtown from Southside. From Oat324.

Desert Storm parade in 1991 downtown. From James Carden.

A look at Andrez from Birmingham, attending Kids Across America sports camp in Branson. From Kids Across America.

One Voice performs “I Came to Magnify” at at Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Smithfield. From Be Encouraged.

Commercial for a July 6 concert at Sloss Furnaces featuring Memphis rapper Blac Youngsta and Chicago rapper Famous Dex. From Lightfoot Media Group

Praise Team performs “How Excellent” at Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Smithfield. From Be Encouraged.

Birmingham’s Jordan Guerrero pitches his fourth strikeout against Mobile’s Jared Walsh in June at Regions Field downtown. From Minor League Baseball.

Mountain bike racing at Oak Mountain State Park. From Scott Brown.

The beauty of Railroad Park. From Unincstudios32.

GG and Diana visit downtown and stop by the McWane Science Center. From Javi Garcia.

Demo video for the Birmingham Home Show in February at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex downtown. From AllSouth Appliance.

Dance battle at Woodlawn High. From Jas and Bri.

At Pridefest 2017 in June at Sloss Furnaces. From Kira.

Teaching Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” From Tim McGee.

Columbus, Miss., gospel singer Shondolyn Young Richardson performs “God and God Alone” in May at the BJCC South Meeting Room. From Be Encouraged.

Around town at the Market at Pepper Place in Lakeview, Outback Steakhouse at the Riverchase Galleria and other stops. From Tangerine 탠저린.

Opelika rapper King Meesee plugs his project. From Gatorsquadenttv.

Wrinardo McKennedy, president of 45 Inc. business consultancy in Inverness, talks about freedom vs. security. From Wrinardo McKennedy.

Rapper/YouTuber Froggy Fresh performs “The Baddest” in June at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Foamdog.

San Diego sales consultant Claude Diamond gives the keynote address at the Alabama Real Estate Investor Association’s June meeting at Embassy Suites in Homewood. From Alabama Real Estate Investor Association.

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Monday, June 26th, 2017

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Promo for Vulcan Industries in Moody. From Vulcan Media.

Riding a bus downtown and north on U.S. 78. From Walking Tourist.

Birmingham’s Eddy Alvarez nails a home run against the Tennessee Smokies earlier this month in Knoxville. From Minor League Baseball.

Barons pitcher Jordan Stephens strikes out his sixth batter during a six-inning, one-hit, scoreless season and Double-A debut for Birmingham. From Minor League Baseball.

Pam discusses her facelift at Petro Facial Plastic Surgery and MedSpa in Vestavia Hills. From Vulcan Media.

Derek discusses his time with the Birmingham Violence Reduction Initiative. From the City of Birmingham.

Birmingham Thunderbolts vs. Ohio Stingrays of Columbus earlier this month at the Scenic City Summer showcase in Chattanooga. From Saunders Kids Sports.

Talking with Dr. Victor Lin about his work at UAB. From Vulcan Media.

Feature on Japanese restaurant Kyoto Yakitori coming to downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

A busy day at this Birmingham airport. From Mitchell Schaaf.

A look at the $2 million renovation at the Birmingham Race Course. From Greyhound News.

Pickleball! A National Senior Games match between Lily Hencken/Beth McCullough vs. LeAnne Farr/LeEtta Smith, earlier this month at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex downtown. From Lily Hencken.

Mixed doubles practice at the National Senior Games with Lily and William Hencken. From Mike Najjar.

Swimmer Terril McBride of New Smyrna Beach, Fla., competing at the National Senior Games at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Jenn LaMonaca discusses the National Senior Games shot put competitors being interviewed by USA Today at the Samford track. From Jenn Lamonaca.

Hanging out at Vulcan. From Henry and Grady.

Mexican band Tierra Cali performs “Perra Soledad” in May at Rancho El Centenario in Mt. Olive. From José Toribio.

Promo for Corporate America Credit Union in Irondale. From Vulcan Media.

Feeding rainbow lorikeets at the Birmingham Zoo. From Cameron Porcaro.

Visiting the “Rick and Bubba Show” in Vestavia Hills and a stop downtown. From McFarlin Vlogs.

Meridian’s Amy’s School of Dance performs “Adventures in Wonderland” at April’s Platinum competition at the Alabama Theatre downtown, winning Top Recreational Act. From Platinum Dance.

Mountain Brook team Linda Dobbins Dance performs “April Shower” at March’s Thunderstruck competition at the Alabama Theatre downtown, winning Teen Small Group. From Fullam Enterprises.

Alabama’s DJ Manish at the SliceFest after party earlier this month at Sidebar in Lakeview. From Manish Lets Get Em a k a DJ Manish.

Nashville singer-songwriter Amanda Shires performs “Stay” in October at Vulcan Park in Homewood. From Barry Curry.

Home schooling on the road in Birmingham, including a visit to the McWane Science Center and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute downtown. From Wesprout West End Sprout.

Birmingham rapper Lauren Michel performs in April at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Jay Dexter.

Record of “Go Fly a Kite” by Bill Perry, recorded at Reed in Birmingham. From P.L.R.

Promo for downtown law firm Burr and Forman. From Vulcan Media.

Memphis singer-songwriter Valerie June performs in March at Saturn in Avondale. From Barry Curry.

Exploring the abandoned Carraway Hospital in Druid Hills, including a run-in with the police. From Payton Schmitt.

Boston saxophonist Elan Trotman performs at Jazz in the Park’s May concert at Huffman High School. From DeffMind Film Production.

Drone footage of downtown at the intersection of Second Avenue North and 20th Street. From Lost Alchemist.

And one block over, drone footage of the Heaviest Corner on Earth. From Alex McAnnally.

Highlight reel for Homewood sophomore pitcher/fielder Justin Perreault at May’s Sunshine Southeast Showcase in Cartersville, Ga. From Skill Show Videos.

Highlight reel for Spain Park sophomore pitcher/first baseman P.T. Vercher at the Sunshine Southeast Showcase. From Skill Show Videos.

Promo for Alexander Dentistry and Over the Mountain Dentistry in Mountain Brook. From Over the Mountain Dentistry, Family and Cosmetic Dental, Mountain Brook, AL.

Talking with Alabama House minority leader Anthony Daniels at June’s ProGrowth Policy Retreat at Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort and Spa in Hoover. From Nexus Energy Center.

Drone footage of Railroad Park and downtown. From Travel Endeavor.

Highlights from Urban Ministry’s WE Eat Together fund-raiser in May downtown. From Brittany Sturdivant.

Trying to take a photo in movie mode (our vertical video of the week). From Indykittykeilah.

Promo for Civitan International. From Civitan International.

Death metal band Deicide performs earlier this month at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Official B and B Records.

Driving through downtown from I-20/59 to I-65 north. From Road Runner 22.

A look at the Bessemer Farmers Market. From Drae.

The Amtrak train arrives (our other vertical video of the week). From Madeline Hart.

Highlights from the 2013 game between LSU and UAB at Baton Rouge. From Cityzen225.

A member of the Titusville Dodgers (our other other vertical video of the week). From the PLAYS Digital.

Birmingham’s Sunny Nguyen reaches out to Sloss Tech speaker Casey Neistat. From Supersun.

Testimonial by Lee Goldenberg of Greystone Chiropractic in Hoover for MacMedia. From MacMedia.

Brianna Bolanos recites “Ballad of Birmingham” by Dudley Randall (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Brianna Bolanos.

A school project re-creation of the events around the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. From Abel Llamas.

Violins of Hope, once owned by the inmates of Nazi concentration camps, to be part of an April concert with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Promo for Children’s Village in Powderly. From Vulcan Media.

Trains from the 22nd Street viaduct. From Jonathan Filion.

Los Caminantes performs “Ven y Abrázame” in 2016. From José Toribio.

Birmingham saxophonist Vann Burchfield performs “Lay Back” at Perfect Note in Hoover. From Vann Burchfield.

Drone footage of the city and the water. From the Hen Men.

Looking at Red Mountain Theatre Company’s production of “Fiddler on the Roof.” From Alabama NewsCenter.

Talking with Barry Williams of the Birmingham Water Works. From Vulcan Media.

Checking out downtown and Vulcan. From BIM Brothers America.

Promo for Walker Enterprises in Birmingham. From Vulcan Media.

Visiting parks in Mountain Brook and downtown while hunting for treasure. From Adventure Hunt.

An industrial diesel locomotive switcher. From Awhitva.

Heavy rain and flooding in Bessemer earlier this month. From Storm Chasing Video.

Birmingham artist Celestia Morgan discusses her work in “State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now” at Nashville’s Frist Center for the Visual Arts. From Frist Center.

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Monday, June 19th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Heading to Fairfield while fighting the GPS. From Life as a Trucker.

Trucker leaving Fairfield for a delivery in Georgetown, Texas. From Life as a Trucker.

Promo for the 2017 Alabama Music Awards on July 30 at the BJCC Theatre downtown (our vertical video of the week). From Ladyflame 11.

Strong winds and torrential rain outside the Thomas Jefferson Tower downtown (our other vertical video of the week). From Jack Ross.

Philadelphia rapper Lil Uzi Vert performs in May at Iron City on Southside. From Rami Qassab.

Promo video for admitted students to Samford University. From Samford Admission.

A 1997 commercial for Birmingham-based Books-a-Million. From Analog Memories.

A review of “African Tales” at Birmingham Children’s Theatre. From RentMonster.

At Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds (our other other vertical video of the week). From Madhu Belur.

Testimonial from Alima Deneke for List Birmingham real estate agency in Homewood. From Starnes Publishing.

East Alabama party band Alabama Avenue performs “Hallelujah, Amen” in May at Superior Grill on U.S. 280. From Alabama Avenue.

Highlights from the Peterbilt-PacLease Customer Event at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From PacLease.

Gregg Allman performs “Queen of Hearts” in 2016 at Iron City on Southside. From Natural Music.

Sports commentator Paul Finebaum reflects on Regions Tradition, Nick Saban, SEC Media Days and leaving Birmingham in May at Greystone Golf and Country Club in Hoover. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Boston performs in May at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Michael Brooks.

Scranton, Pa., metalcore band Motionless in White performs in May at Iron City. From Horror Queen.

Coming to Pelham for a family wedding in May. From Ty Nicholson.

Driving west on I-20/59. From Daryll Stillwell.

Drone footage of the Statue of Liberty at Liberty Park in Vestavia Hills. From Michael Schweiger.

A work meeting at Frankly Speaking Communications in Birmingham. From Donna Francavilla.

Visiting Sloss Furnaces (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Anthony Tidwell.

Drone footage of Walden Farms in Helena. From Colby Shaw.

Titans Select vs. Birmingham Blue Devils in Atlanta. From the Swaff32.

Drone footage of Mountain Brook Plaza on U.S. 280. From Brooks Corr.

Commercial for CommuteSmart program. From Six Foot Five Productions.

Promotional video for Robins and Morton construction company in Homewood. From Robins and Morton.

Florida pop-rock band Mayday Parade performs in May at Iron City on Southside. From Rick Jackson.

Mountain biking at Oak Mountain State Park. From Stephen Dillon.

Birmingham starting pitcher Michael Kopech earns his eighth strikeout of the game against the Tennessee Smokies in May in Knoxville. From Minor League Baseball.

Birmingham’s Ronald Bueno nails a two-run homer against Mobile BayBears in May at Regions Field. From Minor League Baseball.

Scenes from the March for Life Rally in January in Five Points South. From Dominic Zaidan.

Promo for OB/GYN and midwifery services at Simon-Williamson Clinic at Princeton Baptist Medical Center in Arlington-West End. From Telegraph Creative.

Electric car charging station at Uptown (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Joseph Wolf.

Demo reel for Minneapolis dancer Scott Stafford includes “Type ‘A’ Romance” [at 4:03] with Stuart Pimsler Dance and Theater in 2016 at Alys Stephens Center. From Scott Stafford.

Birmingham ad agency Intermark Group’s highlight reel for the Alabama Tourism Department. From Intermark Group.

Time-lapse footage of the Mugshots burger challenge (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Ethan Teske.

Drone footage of Heardmont Park on Alabama 119. From Tyrell3000.

May’s groundbreaking ceremony for the Kiwanis Centennial Park at Vulcan Park. From Starnes Publishing.

The Top Three finishers in action, Harley Clifford, Mike Dowdy and Cory Teunissen, at the 2017 Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour in May at Oak Mountain State Park. From WakeWorld.

Interview with Gaiter. From Yung Playa Entertainment.

Visiting the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame downtown and the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum in Calera. From Luvinthe Jazz.

Time-lapse footage of the track at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Matt Dudley.

Lego play time at the library (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Gp Pet.

Birmingham New Age artist Sean Mac performs in March at Tin Roof in Lakeview. From Sean Mac.

Water feature on the rocks (our other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Jay Burnham.

Kurt Breshears performs “Spinning Tops” during April’s National Conference on Contemporary Cast Iron Art and Practice at Sloss Furnaces. From Jesse Blumenthal.

Talking with chefs Matt Ralph and Ryan Champion of Hotbox in Avondale. From Order Up!

Interview with Nashville country singer-songwriter Nikki Lane in February. From Big Communications.

Music video for “Unstoppable Unremarkable” by Birmingham band Nowhere Squares. From Nowhere Squares.

Highlights from the Ignite awards ceremony for volunteer service, held by Hands on Birmingham in April at the Club. From About Town.

Author George Saunders discusses “Lincoln in the Bardo” on Alabama Public Television’s “Bookmark,” filmed in February at the Alabama Booksmith in Homewood. From Bookmark with Don Noble.

Kevin McGee, CEO and founder of Avid Entrepreneurship in Atlanta, gives the keynote address at the Student National Pharmaceutical Association conference in March at the Birmingham Marriott. From Andramada Productions.

Visiting Birmingham for a family graduation. From Rednecks Gone Wild.

Drone footage of IPG Photonics’ new Birmingham headquarters in Sand Ridge. From Elevated Vue.

Portland indie folk band Blind Pilot performs “Bitter End” in February at Saturn in Avondale. From Jessica Kingery.

Hanging out on the UAB campus, at Railroad Park and Five Points South. From Sileno.

Birmingham Christian pop singer Amber Roper performs “Beautiful Scars” at March’s Women Hat Tea at Faith Chapel. From Amber Roper.

Christina Dorn of Gadsden’s Grace Episcopal Church talks about “Digital Tools for Social Media Evangelism and Christian Formation” at the One Conference in May at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Vestavia Hills. From Episcopal Diocese of Alabama.

Springtime scenes from Railroad Park downtown. From Hong Duy.

Washington post-hardcore band Karp performs in 1996 at American Beat Records in Glen Iris. From Mike Ziegler.

At the Community of Readers Kwanzaa Workshop in December at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Atlanta heavy metal band Mastodon performs in April at Iron City (our other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Jay Burnham.

Maleah Tay, senior at the Alabama School of Fine Arts, discussing her work exhibited at the Birmingham Museum of Art. From Open Art Studio of Cynthia Parsons.

Highlights from Court XIV basketball camp in March at Thompson High School in Alabaster. From Live Prep Nation.

Charlotte country artist Unknown Hinson performs “Your Man Is Gay” in May at Zydeco on Southside (our other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Benny Sprokits.

The Carroll High Jazz Band from Ozark performs “Out of the Doghouse” at April’s Student Jazz Band Festival at the Carver Theatre downtown. From Carroll Band “Pride of the Wiregrass.”

Brian Trippe on the Birmingham real estate market. From Alabama Real Estate Investor Association.

Virginia Tech vs. Alabama in 1968 at Legion Field. From Bama Rewind.

Visiting Birmingham for a wedding. From Boss Parents.

Birmingham jazz band the Other Day performs “Go in Peace” in March at Good People Brewing Company downtown (our other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From the Other Day.

Testimonial by Amie Beth Shaver, Miss Alabama 1994, for Vestavia Hills orthodontist David Sarver. From VisionTrust.

Matthew Whittaker, director of market development for GKHouses property management in Homewood, on the Blueprint Podcast with David Lamb. From Ted Putman.

Drone footage of the Greystone subdivision in Hoover. From Drdavid60.

The UAB Choir performs in May at the Dorpshuis de Ruimte in Hummelo, Netherlands. From John Westdijk.

Eutaw blues musician Clarence “Bluesman” Davis performs as part of A Tribute to “Birmingham” George Conner in April at Henderson’s Lounge in Midfield. From Gottfried Kibelka.

Hanging out at the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama in April at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Robert Davis.

Leticia Ramirez Sanchez of Pinson asks for help in having her husband Antonio Sanchez released from ICE detainment. (He was released sometime after this video appeared in April.) From Marco Loera.

Moving into a new apartment at the Venue at the Ballpark downtown. From Briauna Ashley.

Driving through Fairfield, Ensley, Wylam and Pleasant Grove. From Car Wash Channel.

Touring First Baptist Church Birmingham in Homewood with senior pastor Jim Cooley. From First Baptist Church Birmingham.

On the CB with 108 Birmingham. From 40 Caliber Radios.

Kidnapping victim Brittany Diggs escapes from her car trunk in March at a gas station in the Central Park neighborhood. From Inside Edition.

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Monday, June 12th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Fast-food employee Michelle Jones discusses the fight over raising the minimum wage in Birmingham. From TYT Politics.

Birds singing at the Birmingham Zoo (our vertical video of the week). From Rachel Fleming.

Making a miniature Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From Mitchell Schaaf.

Birmingham country singer Sara Evans performs in December at the Alabama Theatre downtown (our other vertical video of the week). From Emilly King.

UAB’s David Allison discusses “Introduction to Predictive Modeling — from Linear Regression Models to Mechanistic Mathematical Modeling” at the American Society for Nutrition’s Scientific Sessions at Experimental Biology 2017 in April in Chicago. From ILSI Global.

Parker High students perform “The Word Was God” in February at Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Smithfield. From Be Encouraged.

Driving up from New Orleans to visit downtown Birmingham, including the Civil Rights District, touring on Zyp bikes and dining at Bottega on Southside. From the Life of Jord.

Music video for “Dead and Gone” by Atlanta’s Jaye Lingo and Birmingham’s B-Hold da General. From B-Hold da General.

Monterrey, Mexico, band Grupo Mandingo performs in February at El Sol Sol on Valley Avenue (our other other vertical video of the week). From Misael Mendez19.

Drury University competes in swimming and diving at the NCAA Division II National Championships Festival in March at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Drury Athletics.

What’s next for Bayer Properties after opening the renovated Pizitz building downtown? From Alabama NewsCenter.

Phoenix rock band Blessthefall performs “Dead Air” in March at Zydeco on Southside. From TheHolden710.

Birmingham’s St. Paul and the Broken Bones performs “Burning Rome” in December at the Alabama Theatre downtown.. From Ken Morris.

Birmingham’s Keon Barnum hits a grand slam against the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp in April at Regions Field downtown. From Minor League Baseball.

Birmingham second baseman Eddy Alvarez begins an April game with a leadoff double against the Montgomery Biscuits at Riverwalk Stadium. From Minor League Baseball.

Dr. Paul Koch of Koch Aesthetic Dentistry in Highland Park discusses sedation dentistry. From DentalCMO.

Highlights from the 2017 Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour in May at Oak Mountain State Park. From SurferToday.com.

Birmingham rapper B-Hold da General performs in April at Moonlight on the Mountain in Hoover. From B-Hold da General.

J. Warner Wallace, California police detective and author, offers an invitation to April’s reThink Apologetic Student Conference at Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Hoover. From STRvideos.

Birmingham reggae band Safety Meeting performs “Stir It Up” in April at Ford’s Sports Bar in Bessemer (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Philabama.

Takeoff from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From Larry Stephens.

Drone footage of George Ward Park in Glen Iris and surrounding areas. From Kenneth Robbins.

Jan Berry, a speaker and a consultant in Birmingham, talks about her kidney and pancreas transplants. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Buenos Aires belly dancer Oscar Flores performs in 2016 at the Dance for Hope fund-raiser at the Carver Theatre downtown. From Oscar Flores.

People share their dreams in Avondale at the Oola tour stop in May. From Oola.

A quick climb at Birmingham Boulders in the Oxmoor neighborhood. From Michael Rosato.

Kayaking on Five Mile Creek in the rain. From SnW Films.

Drone footage of a Birmingham house, plus interior tour. From Aerial Methods.

Birmingham comedian Michael Ruffino performs impressions of Morgan Freeman, Werner Herzog and more. From Captain Bubbles.

The Neckasaurus (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Mark Buckner.

Awards for the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony for the class of 2017. From Icon Crystals.

Dallas-Ft. Worth country musician Wayne “The Train” Hancock performs “That’s What Daddy Wants” in May at Zydeco on Southside. From Benny Sprokits.

Birmingham Prelude Strings performs “La Paloma (the White Dove)” in May at the Alys Stephens Center. From Finley Evans.

Birmingham’s Wesley Higgins talks about his Alabama Power building at the 2016 BrickFair Lego Expo at the BJCC Exhibition Halls. From Hang Thu.

Visiting Hoke Animal Clinic in Irondale and Rickwood Caverns in Warrior. From Travelling Tourists.

Trains near downtown. From Sean Madison.

Let’s Play session from São Paulo YouTube gamer Fernando Horta on “GTR 2 – FIA GT Racing Game,” racing on a simulated Barber Motorsports Park track. From Fernando Horta.

Birmingham Airport Authority CEO Al Denson receives the American Association of Airport Executives’ Distinguished Service Award in May at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From Stanley Parrish.

Performing at Mama and Son’s Hideaway in Grasselli Heights (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Shontena Sugar.

Kickoff for the Birmingham Hammers at Chattanooga FC in May. From Bill Vol.

Sweet 16 Game at the 2014 AAU National Championships between the Howard Pulley Panthers of Minneapolis versus the Alabama Challenge of Birmingham, played in Louisville. From the Basketball Channel.

Birmingham jazz group Ray Reach Trio performs in February at Moonlight on the Mountain in Hoover. From Jerry W. Henry.

North Carolina alt-rock band Big Something performs “Baba O’Riley” in February at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Live and Listen.

Dancing for the #RegulatingChallenge (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Charles Samuel.

Testimonial from Danny Markstein of Markstein Consulting on Royal Cup Coffee. From Mikerosay Video Production.

U.S. 31 overpass in the Fairmont neighborhood. From R Or.

Nashville’s Hermitage Dance Academy performs to “Don’t Stop Believing” at April’s Applause Talent competition at the Alabama Theatre downtown, winning Top Ovation Line – Teen. From Applause Talent Videos.

Pensacola’s Emerald Coast Dance Conservatory performs to “Cups” at the Applause Talent competition, winning Top Encore Small Group Teen. From Applause Talent Videos.

Behind the scenes of the Applause Talent competition. From Tyler Hartman.

Testimonial by Marie Bateh of Hoover on Rett Syndrome research at the UAB Civitan International Research Center. From Civitan International.

A look at OvenBird restaurant in Pepper Place. From the Holtlt.

Glennitta Battle: “Are the Nephilim Among Us?” (our other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Prophetic Edge Television Network.

Watching the IndyCar practice and IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge in April at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Music City Cars.

Promo for Birmingham’s DJ Dirty Vegas. From DJ Dirty Vegas TV.

Leaving Birmingham on a bus. From Walking Tourist.

Dave Walker III of Birmingham on the 2016 presidential election. From LEO Productions.

Los Angeles folk-rock band Insects vs. Robots performs “Fukushima” in May at Iron City on Southside. From Zane Frank.

Nashville hip-hop group Jelly Roll performs in May at Zydeco on Southside (our other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Undergroundbooking Jimbo.

Trains near downtown at night. From Sean Madison.

Looking out from the top of Vulcan. From Danny Dorroh.

Birmingham YouTuber meetup at Excelsior in Hoover. From Birmingham YouTubers.

Charles Leavell, Birmingham native, keyboardist and tree farmer, gives the commencement address in May at Bowdoin College in Maine. From Bowdoin College.

Riding the rails at the Birmingham Zoo (our other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Danny Phillips.

The Blind Boys of Alabama perform “White Christmas” in December at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Actress Gabrielle.

Walking along the Treetop Nature Trail at Oak Mountain State Park, plus a birthday cake. From the Todds.

British singer-songwriter Callaghan performs in 2013 at the Red Cat Coffee House at Pepper Place for a 2014 episode of “Afterhours: Live from the Red Cat.” From Johnathan Morris.

Drone footage of Railroad Park downtown. From Pointed One Death.

December road trip from Tampa to Pensacola to the Birmingham Bowl at Legion Field. From Elysa Rutherford.

Memphis rappers Young Dolph and Jay Fizzle perform in March at the Merienda Lounge on Southside. From Dolo Simba.

Mike Kemp, president and CEO of Birmingham’s Kemp Management Solutions, on the Blueprint Podcast with David Lamb. From Ted Putman.

Launch party via Google Hangout for Project 1000 Birmingham, part of Total Life Changes multi-level marketing. From Pam McCray.

East Lake house tour (our other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Nehemiah Ben Israel.

Recapping a field trip downtown. From Coolfoxy2883 Fox.

Galleria Tower in Hoover: “The root of ISIS, Nazism, racism, sexism, oppression, abortion apologetics, communism. It is the capital of evil.” From Autists TV.

Tossing mortarboards at the Hoover High class of 2017 graduation ceremony in May at Bartow Arena. From Jon Anderson.

Birmingham rapper SouthWest Holt performs. From Dolo Simba.

Promo for the John Maxwell Speakers Club by Rick Morris of R2 Consulting in Hoover. From R2 Consulting.

April storms cause accidents along I-20/59 east from downtown. From Live Storms Media.

Members of Starkville’s Academy of Competitive and Performing Arts perform “It’s Elvis” at Showstoppers dance competition in March at Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Ainsley Dobbs.

Special Olympics torch run through downtown in May, with additional runs throughout Alabama. From al.com.

A look at Redmont Distilling Company in Lakeview. From This Is Alabama.

Spanish promo for small worship groups at the Church at Brook Hills on U.S. 280. From Brook Hills Hispana.

Pascha (Easter) service at St. Symeon Orthodox Church in the Highland Park neighborhood (our other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From David Surrett.

Interviews about Virginia College in Homewood. From Red Hour.

Little Rock youth pastor Amos Gray on the 2017 Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Lutherans in Black Ministry Family Convocation in July at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Vimeo LCMS.

Drone footage of Ensley Eats in May. From An Entertainer Named BStuc.

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Monday, June 5th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Alabama Flames vs. Huntsville’s Rocket City Pride at the Future150 tournament in May at Homewood High School. From Rocket City Pride.

On the CB with 225 Birmingham. From 920 Mission Control.

“This Is Alabama” on Birmingham businesses. From Justin Yurkanin.

Jacob Kirschenbaum of Southeastern Technology Consultants in Homewood recaps Velocity Accelerator’s Demo Day in April. From Process Marketing.

Drone footage of Railroad Park and Regions Field downtown. From Jonathan Williams.

Fort Lauderdale rock band Nonpoint performs “In the Air Tonight” in April at Zydeco on Southside. From We R Gonna Be Up All Night.

Diversity on the Carver soccer teams. From al.com.

Nashville country band Old Dominion performs for a soundcheck for a May show at Avondale Brewing Company. From Brandi H.

Talking with Temple Emanu-El’s Jessica Roskin and Veronica Orozco Barrios, from the 2013 documentary “Road to Eden.” From Doug Passon Law | D Major Films.

Barons pitcher Michael Kopech earns his 10th strikeout against the Generals’ Rudy Flores in April at Jackson. From Minor League Baseball.

East Rome (Ga.) High School’s band marching in the 1970s into a Birmingham stadium. From Obop2.

“Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly” 2013 story on the 50th anniversary of the Children’s March in Birmingham. From Kim Lawton.

The Tax March in April at Linn Park. From This N That in AL.

The 2001 Magic City Classic at Legion Field. From Alex Hines.

James B. Robinson, M. Heath Hale and Siraj Abdullah, team doctors from Alabama, Auburn and UAB respectively, discuss concussion research. From UAB News.

Pickup “rolls coal” on minivan on I-459. From Bad Drivers of Smyrna, GA.

Drone footage of a house in the Preserve in Hoover. From Aerial Methods.

Venture for America holds a job fair in April at Innovation Depot downtown. Birmingham was one of three host cities. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Commercial for Fiat of Birmingham in Irondale. From Kernel.

On the podium for winning a gymnastics meet (our vertical video of the week). From Eric Enderle.

Hiking in Oak Mountain State Park. From UAB News.

Climbing at Moss Rock Preserve in Hoover. From George Evans.

Making Ricotta Pancakes with Brown Butter-Maple Syrup, by Post Office Pies chef John Hall. From Southern Living.

Looking back at 8 years at Rock City Church in Forestdale. From Rock City TV.

Two trios from Dancing Dolls of Birmingham perform. From Dance 4 Your Life.

More Dancing Dolls. From Dancing Dolls.

A look at the Pizitz apartments downtown. From Urban Spaces.

Kristin Noles and her mother Madeline Harris discuss Noles’ breast cancer diagnosis. Noles is a nurse manager at UAB Hospital and School of Nursing; Harris is director of the Women’s Breast Health Fund at the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham. From Patient Power.

Looking at the parts at Nextran Truck Center in Fultondale. From Toolorgateam.

Scenes from the D Royal Queendom 3-Year Business Celebration and Fashion Show in March at the Bessemer Civic Center. From Supreme BG.

Back yard tree frog in a jar (our other vertical video of the week). From Jay Burnham.

“El Vive (He Lives),” an Easter production in Spanish at Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Smithfield. From Yadira y Daniel Marchena.

Promo for Samford University. From Samford Admission.

Commercial for Premiere Chevrolet in Bessemer. From Premiere Chevrolet.

Commercials from another 1991 airing of “Dark Shadows” on WVTM-13. From Maljardin.

Let’s Play session from Edgewater YouTube gamer KanameX12 on “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.” From Beat That Guy KanameX12.

Birmingham mayor William Bell as DJ at Seasick Records in Crestwood North. From Pre Herald.

Commercial real estate firm Collateral Properties in Irondale shows off its holdings in the metro area. From Collateral Properties.

Columbus, Ohio, rock band Starset performs “Die For You” and “Monster” in May at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From DTenacity.

Montgomery rap group Dirty Boyz performs at Mike’s Crossroads in Smithfield. From LQ Entertainment.

A look inside Chase Bays on Southside. From Stance Theory.

Atlanta band The Ladies Of performs in May at Black Market Bar and Grill in Five Points South (our other other vertical video of the week). From Jay Burnham.

Birmingham Americana-jam band New Merkle Revue with Taylor Hicks performs at the Oasis in Lakeview. From New Merkle Revue.

Labor Unit performs “I Wanna Rock” in May at Black Market Bar and Grill in Five Points South. From Christopher Hill.

Atlanta’s Diamond Allstar Beauties and Beau performs in Birmingham. From the Nyesha01.

The Birmingham Barons on the road vs. the Chattanooga Lookouts in May. From Bbtreeful.

Reggae on tap. From B Moe.

Third-grade students at Avondale Elementary perform “At Avondale We Soar.” From Laura Tucker Gallitz.

Riding the elevator at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown at night. From Elevatorgeek1234.

Michelle Williams of Good People Brewing Company on “Beer Thirty in the Mellow Garage.” From Hiram Mellow Mushroom.

Drone footage of Southside, Red Mountain and Turkey Creek Nature Preserve in Pinson. From Stanley Parrish Jr.

Exploring Sloss Furnaces. From Why Do the Nations Rage?

Dallas-based Mexican band La Alianza Norteña performs “Como Tonto” at El Sol Sol on Valley Avenue (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Adriana Suarez.

Visiting the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute downtown and talking with Parker High history teacher Barry McNealy. From Vicki Winters.

Talking with Hoover High principal Don Hulin at graduation ceremonies in May at UAB’s Bartow Arena. From Jon Anderson.

Friends in town. From Joseph Tillman.

Installing insulation via hose (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Rid-a-Critter Inc.

A field trip to Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From Taylor Bryant.

UAB student Rachel Lott takes part in the series, “Stand as One Alabama.” From UAB Media Studies.

Ann Stewart of Decatur’s St. John’s Episcopal Church talks about “A Digital Toolbox for Churches: Website Design and Use” at the One Conference in May at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Vestavia Hills. From Episcopal Diocese of Alabama.

Elizabeth Hinson of Tuscaloosa’s Christ Episcopal Church talks about “Facebook and Instagram: What should you be posting? And when? And how often?” at the One Conference. From Episcopal Diocese of Alabama.

Visiting “Discover the Dinosaurs: Unleashed” in April at the BJCC Exhibition Halls. From Christy Black.

Highlight reel for Alabama Prep cornerback Ephraim Richard. From Street Light Recruiting.

Mexican comedy duo Imparables performs in April at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Vladimir Fuerte.

Japanese rock duo Vamps performs “Calling” in May at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Eliot Yanes.

“Phantom Caller” by Atlanta singer and Dadeville native Nikki Speake, recorded at Communicating Vessels in Woodlawn. From Nikki Speake.

Drone footage of Ruffner Mountain. From Aaron’s Aerials.

Music video for “Fall in Love” by Birmingham R&B singer Kyoka. From BombProd205.

“UFO leaving a broken chemtrail over Birmingham.” From Allen Evans.

Toulouse geese at Heartsong Hollow Farm in Trussville. From Brett Schweiger.

Birmingham musicians Daniel Farris and Jim Fahy perform “Oblique Relay” at Communicating Vessels in Woodlawn as part of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s Sound Edge Festival in February. From Spectra Sonic Sound Sessions.

UAB’s entry in progress for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2017 competition. Drone footage reveals completed framing within the solar-powered house. From UAB Solar Decathlon Surviv(AL).

Walking downtown. From Thomas Clay.

Huntsville’s WAFF-48 report on 1,200 confiscated semi-automatic rifles and the lawsuit filed by Trussville’s Gun South store. From Analog Indulgence.

A 1970 Chevrolet Impala. From Streetwhipz Kj.

Birmingham blues singer Sam Frazier Jr. performs as part of A Tribute to “Birmingham” George Conner in April at Henderson’s Lounge in Midfield. From Gottfried Kibelka.

Baton Rouge folk duo Clay Parker and Jodi James perform “Yazoo City” in December at Moonlight on the Mountain in Hoover. From Clay Parker and Jodi James.

Ralph Lindstrom in April at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Majik City Myke B.

Nashville rapper Pretty Keylo performs in May at Zydeco on Southside (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Pretty KeyLo.

Flying in January from Jacksonville to Birmingham in a Cessna 310. From Billinga.

Driving in April around town. From Real Karma.

Birmingham band Ritual Eyes performs “The Fool” at the Magic City Art Connection in April in Linn Park. From Eli Pruett.

A look at the Faith Chapel Care Center which opened in April. From Faith Chapel.

Almost 80 singers try out in March for National Anthem slots at Birmingham Barons games. From Alabama NewsCenter.

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Monday, May 29th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Basketball at Parker High School in Smithfield. From Kerrie Brandon Miles.

Discussing why Liberty Park houses sell. From Kerry Grinkmeyer Real Estate Agent.

Drone footage of Wildwood Centre in Homewood. From Bryan Belk.

Bid Day for Zeta Tau Alpha in September at Birmingham-Southern College. From BSC ZTA.

Birmingham blues-folk artist Early James performs at Champy’s Chicken in Alabaster. From Charlie Roche Sr.

Ryan Smith, salesman at Town and Country Ford in Bessemer, on “Dominate Your Day.” From Mark Jennison.

Airbrushing a mural at Jackson-Olin High School in Ensley. From Erica Bryant.

A trip to the Birmingham Zoo, McWane Science Center and Yo Mama’s. From Liz Nguyen.

Alabama country group Sweet Tea Trio performs “Forever Ain’t Long Enough” in February at Legacy Arena downtown. From Josh Corne.

Ruff Ryders Birmingham at the Montgomery Motor Speedway (our vertical video of the week). From Chris McCandles.

The documentary “1963: The Year That Changed Everything,” on the civil rights movement in Birmingham. From John Jenkins.

Southwest plane landing at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From the Airplane Channel.

Norfolk, Va., garage rock duo Dex and Crash perform “Crazy Woman” and “Is That You in the Blue?” earlier this month at Zydeco on Southside. From Analog on Third.

Commercial for Teacher’s Pet Parent Teacher Store in Greystone. From Video Visions.

The Velocity Accelerator program’s Demo Day graduation earlier this month at Covalence downtown. From Covalence.

Brian Wilson performs “Love and Mercy” earlier this month at the BJCC Concert Hall (our other vertical video of the week). From Grayson Garrett.

Drone footage of Railroad Park downtown. From Ken Heron.

Virtual reality footage of Birmingham blues group the Drennen Brothers performing in January at the National MS Society’s annual fund-raiser BourbonHam at Old Car Heaven on Southside. From Mink VR Tech.

The Mad Hatter Dance Company performs in April at the Magic City Art Connection in Linn Park downtown. From Amber Faye.

February sunset in Bluff Park. From Jerry W. Henry.

Dr. Sarah Sawyer discusses skin tightening procedures at Dermatology and Laser of Alabama in Mountain Brook. From Dr. Sarah Sawyer.

Dr. Curtis Rozzelle on options for Chiari malformation patients at Children’s of Alabama. From CSF: Chiari and Syringomyelia Foundation.

Two-steppin’ at a Candelaria party. From Mercedes Mateo.

Birmingham catcher Alfredo Gonzalez homers off of Jackson’s Alex Young in April at the Ballpark at Jackson (Tenn.). From Minor League Baseball.

Barons’ first baseman Keon Barnum hits his sixth homer of the season earlier this month against Montgomery at Riverwalk Stadium. From Minor League Baseball.

Skateboarding at Railroad Park downtown. From Ruie Brooks.

Paul Woodard, an elder at Woodland Park Church of Christ, speaks at the 4th annual Marriage Seminar at Gadsden’s Henry Street Church of Christ. From Jesus Is Lord.

Highlights from the 1998 Iron Bowl, the last one played at Legion Field. From Bama Rewind.

The young adult choir performs “Don’t Cry” at Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Smithfield. From Be Encouraged.

A Western Dressage test at the Birmingham Dressage and Combined Training Association show in March at Inanda Stables in Shoal Creek. From Peggy Verdonck-Riley.

Riding the elevator at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Elevatorman247 Productions.

Singer-rapper Akon performs at the 2010 Schaeffer Crawfish Boil near the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex downtown. From Terri Davis.

Huny Marie on the runway. From Fred.

Hoover folk-pop singer-songwriter Michael Warren performs “Addicted” at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Joey Goodsell.

Birmingham Boys Choir performs “What a Morning!” at the 4th Annual Collaborative Arts Series in January at Southside Baptist Church in Five Points South. From Birmingham Boys Choir.

Titusville celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day. From Common Thread.

A look at the Center Point Comprehensive Plan. From See It Productions.

Promo for Vestavia Hills’ Ascend Web Strategy. From Ascend Web Strategy.

San Francisco-based nonprofit organization Sidewalk Talk visits Railroad Park in April to listen to passersby. From al.com.

UAB’s DeeDee Barnes Bruns on encouraging high schoolers. From KnowledgeWorks.

A virtual landing in Birmingham on “Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.” From Benzhangar.

Highlight reel for Huffman junior defensive tackle Allen Love. From Under the Lights.

The Economist examines Birmingham children’s roles in the civil rights movement. From the Economist.

Mike and Chelsea Sullivan of Birmingham talk about adopting Evelina with the help of adoption agency Sacred Selections. From Craig Dehut.

Let the celebration of awkward dancing and clapping begin (our other other vertical video of the week). From Kritta10.

Russell Alexander II and Seth Burgess in a scene from Theatre UAB’s “Othello” (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Russell Alexander II.

Talking with salesperson Mark Elliott at Royal Automotive in Vestavia Hills. From Royal Automotive.

February snow flurries in Vestavia Hills (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Npbgirl.

Teams from Oak Mountain Middle School and Fulbright Junior High School of Bentonville, Ark., compete in a robotics qualifiers match at Vex Worlds in April in Louisville. From Cut to the Bot Videos.

Birmingham artist Itse paints a mural at Boost Mobile in Wahouma. From Boost Mobile.

Filmmaker Spike Lee and journalist Howell Raines examine the documentary, “4 Little Girls” about the 1963 bombing of a Baptist church in Alabama and the re-opening of the case, with Charlie Rose in 1997. From John Baxter.

The Mime Team performs to “God is Able” at East Birmingham Church of God in Christ in Woodlawn. From Deborah Lyons.

Behind the scenes of Nashville rapper Heat Boy Kie-Lo’s March performance at Platinum of Birmingham downtown. From Heat Boy Kielo.

Pelham native Brent Hinds of Mastadon proposes to Raísa Moreno during a show in April at Iron City on Southside. From Vaughn Blaylock.

Helmet cam footage from Over the Edge, a fund-raiser for the Tanner Foundation for Neurological Diseases. Community leader Tim Alexander rappels earlier this month down the side of One Federal Place downtown. From Jason Simpson.

Nick de Castro’s senior recital earlier this month at Birmingham-Southern College. From Nickd457.

Landing in Birmingham, with visible airstream behind the wing. From Philip Kramer.

Dining at Roly Poly downtown. From Lorenzo March.

Trumpeter Lin Roundtree performs earlier this month at Ross Bridge Golf Resort and Spa in Hoover as part of the Jazz in the Park concert series. From Ron P.

UAB student Charles Coleman takes part in the series, “Stand as One Alabama.” From UAB Media Studies.

Birmingham band Ray Reach and Company with Pericles Emmanuel perform “I’ve Got You Under My Skin” at Kirkwood by the River assisted living facility. From Pericles Emmanuel.

President Clinton campaigns in 1996 at Birmingham-Southern College. From Clinton Library 42.

Making an ADDY award. From AAF Birmingham.

Hanging out at April’s IndyCar race at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Bama Mopar.

Montgomery rapper Saks Fif performs at Magnolia House on Southside. From Ingenuity Music Group.

Time-lapse footage of driving north from downtown on I-65. From Bill Watters.

Time-lapse footage of Bytes and Bites 2017 Technology Solution Summit in April at TekLinks in Homewood. From TekLinks.

Music video for “Flexin” by Birmingham native and rapper Sol Lacore. From Sol Lacore.

A fight (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Devon Johnson.

Nashville rock artist Webb Wilder performs “Tough It Out” at WorkPlay in Avondale. From Joey Goodsell.

Driving to Grandview Medical Center. From Real Karma.

Bee hive in the ceiling. From Rid-a-Critter Inc.

Promo for Ensley Entertainment District. From Eventful Media Group.

Phoenix Youth Symphony performs “Birmingham 1963” in April. From Tsai-Ping Chung.

Time-lapse video of walking around the UAB campus and Southside. From Theimscifi75.

Alice Cooper performs Cold Ethyl earlier this month at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Treser62.

Fred Obare performs “Glory” in April at Laborers in Christ Ministry in Homewood. From Fred Obare 1.

Birmingham band Nowhere Squares performs earlier this month at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Jay Dexter.

Iron Tribe holds fund-raiser Workout for Water earlier this month at Avondale Brewing Company, raising $450,000. From Neverthirst.

Promo video for Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School in Ensley. From Holy Family Cristo Rey.

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Monday, May 22nd, 2017

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Opening from the Comedy Central show “Hart of the City” visiting Birmingham. From Timothy Daniel.

At the Birmingham Botanical Gardens’ Spring Plant Sale in April. From Alabama NewsCenter.

A proposal at the Railroad Park ice rink. From Lance Piri.

Ashley Sankey performs “Into You” in April at the Ensley Entertainment Live Loft (our vertical video of the week). From Ashley Sankey.

The VH1 Save the Music Foundation visits the fifth grade band at Robinson Elementary in South East Lake. The nonprofit organization helped start the group in 2009, coming back in February to check in. From VH1 Save the Music.

Bringing church to Linn Park downtown. From Torrence Sims.

Basketball phenom in the making (our other vertical video of the week). From Ural Mitchell.

Singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile performs in April at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Russell Simmons.

Atlanta’s DJ Roger in April at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Majik City Myke B.

Listening to Christian station WGIB (91.9 FM) in Glen Iris. From Local and DX Radio.

Stunts at February’s Victory Athletics cheerleading competition at Legacy Arena downtown. From Victory Athletics Spirit.

Columbus, Ohio, rock band Starset performs “Satellite” before showtime in May at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From DTenacity.

Drone footage of Thomas Jefferson Tower’s zeppelin mooring mast downtown. From Steve Dunlap.

A performance at Moonlight in the Mountain in Hoover. From Wonky Tonk.

Fantasia performs in March at Legacy Arena downtown (our other other vertical video of the week). From Dennis Slaughter.

Driving around UAB, Southside and downtown. From DixieLand Visual Creations.

Shooting photos for prom downtown. From Stanley Parrish Jr.

Promo for Koch Aesthetic Dentistry in Highland Park. From DentalCMO.

Testimonial for Environmental Litigation Group in Five Points South. From Environmental Litigation Group P.C.

And a commercial in Spanish. From Environmental Litigation Group PC.

The action from Disc Golf Birmingham Spring League in March at George Ward Park in Glen Iris. From Disc Golf Vlog.

PSA for Black History Month on the four girls killed in the 1963 bombing of Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. From WDCW News.

Gov. Bentley speaks at the 2017 PARCA luncheon in January at the Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover. From Robert Bentley.

A trip to Funk Fest earlier this month at Legion Field. From Jess Doing It.

Hoover Realtor Carrie Richardson on pre-qualifying for a mortgage. From Carrie Richardson.

A dance of praise (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Phylese Fields.

Reading and discussing Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter From Birmingham Jail.” From Joseph Shelton Hall.

Promo for Southlake Orthopaedics in Hoover. From Starnes Publishing.

Part one of WIAT-42’s special report, “Local War on Cancer.” From WIAT-42.

ACE of Birmingham Chickasaws compete in January’s Big Bid Championship at the BJCC East Exhibition Hall. From Krystale Lanier.

Promo for the Alabama Residential Conference and Expo, held earlier this month at the Club. From Alabama Center for Real Estate.

Taking off from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From Airlinepilot13.

Another takeoff (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Carlos Melendez.

And a landing. From Unique Documentary.

Scenes from across the city. From Lorenzo March.

Demo reel for production coordinator Cole Conci. From Cole Conci.

The story of Zaidan, his congenital heart defect and the American Heart Association; plus, the Birmingham Heart Walk on June 24 at Uptown. From Danielle Deavours.

A look at Slice in Lakeview. From the Holtlt.

Leaving town on Amtrak. From Jimwoodward1212.

WIAT-42 talks with my pal Karim Shamsi-Basha in January about his family in Syria and pending travel restrictions. From WIAT-42.

A look at UAB’s new Women’s Heart Health Clinic. From UAB News.

Relaxing at the hotel (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Aisleona Polk.

Train in Alabaster. From Free Brick Productions.

Security camera footage of a shooting earlier this month at the M&N convenience store in Germania Park. Birmingham Police arrested Brandon Torrey and charged him with attempted murder, shooting into an occupied building and firearm charges. (Our other other other other other other other vertical video of the week.) From al.com.

Drone footage of Regions Field and the City Federal building downtown. From Drew Taylor Top Birmingham Realtor.

Jonathan Mednick of Birmingham’s REITrader.com on the local real estate market. From Alabama Real Estate Investor Association.

Singer-songwriter Lauryn Hill performs “Killing Me Softly” in April at Iron City on Southside (our other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Julie-Anne D.

Riding the elevator at the BJCC 22nd Street parking deck downtown. From Elevatorman247 Productions.

Fairfield’s Stephanie Hardy performs “God Provides” in April at the Magic City Rising Stars talent show at Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From Stephanie Hardy.

Homewood rock band Lasting Impressions performs at the Nick on Southside. From Brian Hardie.

Dancing at the rodeo (our other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Super Rige.

Let’s Play session from Edgewater YouTube gamer KanameX12 on “Resident Evil 5.” From KanameX12.

Exploring Moss Rock Preserve in Hoover. From Caleb Person.

Birmingham rapper Q Dot Davis performs “They Thirsty” in Five Points South. From Q Dot Davis.

The 2006 SWAC Football Championship at Legion Field, featuring Alabama A&M vs. Arkansas–Pine Bluff. From Alex Hines.

Highlights from the 1961 Iron Bowl at Legion Field, featured on “The Bear Bryant Show.” From Bama Rewind.

Japanese pop-punk band Shonen Knife performs in May at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Jjshowzz Hoover.

Birmingham pop-rock band the Primitons perform at the 1985 grand opening of Wuxtry record store downtown. From Clairvoyant Pizza.

Atlanta rapper Rich Homie Quan on WBHJ (95.7 FM Jamz). (Our other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week.) From Watch Me TV Watch Me.

Animation sample from Prodigi Studio downtown. From Caresse Haaser.

Drone footage of Cathedral of St. Paul downtown. From Tim McGhee.

The 2008 Mercedes Marathon. From Outlaw Films.

Carey Fountain and Kakashii perform in February at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From DoReMe Movement.

April feature on Birmingham Pedal Tours. From WVTM-13 News.

Madisonville, Tenn., Americana singer EmiSunshine performs “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” in April at Moonlight on the Mountain in Hoover. From James Young.

Amtrak train passing through Irondale (our other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Darius Williams.

Reviewing Milo’s Famous Sweet Tea. From Owens Dill.

Commercial for the Birmingham Hammers. From Burton Advertising.

Wilkes-Barre rock band Breaking Benjamin performs “Evil Angel” in May at Iron City on Southside (our other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Stephanie Amber.

Preaching in April in Five Points South. From Walkabout Jesus.

Hiking Ruffner Mountain on Earth Day. From Katelyn Boisvert.

French heavy metal band Gojira performs “L’Enfant Sauvage” in May at Iron City on Southside. From Phos4us Redeemer.

Horror movie “Remember Me,” filmed in Birmingham. From Hunter Grantland.

Scenes from April’s March for Science downtown. From Birmingham March for Science.

Dothan’s Northview vs. Huffman in the 1985 6A state high school football championship game at Legion Field. From Lee Kalamazoo.

NerdsVillage at April’s Sports and Entertainment Industry Symposium at the Alabama Workforce Training Center on Southside. From Tahiera Monique Brown.

The backstretch during April IndyCar race at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Ryan Watson.

Drone footage of Greystone Golf and Country Club in Hoover promoting last weekend’s Regions Tradition. From Regions Bank.

April thunderstorm warning for the Birmingham area. From AL Storm Alert.

Men of Praise perform at Mt. Zion Community Church in Evergreen (our final vertical video of the week). From Psychiatry22.

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Monday, May 15th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Jeremiah Barker preaching on the streets of Lakeview. From Holiness Preacher.

Los Angeles hard rock band In This Moment performs “Black Widow” earlier this month at Iron City on Southside (our vertical video of the week). From Jay Burnham.

Oklahoma City rock band Hinder performs “Better Than Me” in April at Zydeco on Southside. From We R Gonna Be Up All Night.

Alex Huffman tests a driver from Vertical Groove Golf at Highland Park Golf Course. From Vertical Groove Golf.

Promo for HHH Sanitation near Tarrant. From DexHub Video Channel.

Hanging out by the Firehouse Shelter and the Church of the Reconciler downtown (our other vertical video of the week). From BBV2M LLC.

Riding the elevator at the Westin Birmingham downtown. From Elevatorman247 Productions.

The Barons’ Mason Robbins nails a home run against Jacksonville in April at Regions Field downtown. From Minor League Baseball.

Promo for the Regions Tradition starting Wednesday at Greystone Golf and Country Club in Hoover. From Lucas Read.

Going to see Gadsden hip-hop artist Yelawolf in September at Iron City on Southside. From Yelawolfpack Heidi Elliott.

Looking at Birmingham musician Sun Ra and his role as forefather of Afrofuturism. From Dust.

A 2010 commercial for Birmingham-based BBVA Compass. From Analog Indulgence.

Trailer for “Snakes in the Hood,” a dramatic feature shot and set in Birmingham. From Line of Fire Films Videos and Documentaries.

Birmingham blues-rock band Ben Guthrie Band performs “Spanish Moon” at a local private party. From Joshporter08.

The Atlanta Nets play in March’s Magic City Showcase at Woodlawn High School. From Atlanta Nets.

Birds infesting a house. From Rid-a-Critter Inc.

The Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus’ farewell tour in January at Legacy Arena downtown. From Austin Gibson.

Commercial for the Parkman White criminal defense firm downtown. From Parkman Law Firm.

Roaming the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Ruie Brooks.

Opelika safety Will Boler signs with UAB on National Signing Day in February. From the Dawg Network.

Audition video for Jeff Walker of the Kansas Wheelhawks to earn an invitation to April’s U.S. Men’s Wheelchair Basketball Tryout Camp at the Lakeshore Foundation in Homewood. From Jeff Walker.

Highlights from the 50th annual Beaux Arts Krewe Ball, fund-raiser for the Birmingham Museum of Art, in February at Boutwell Auditorium. From Cam Video Productions.

North Texas competes in February’s Conference USA track and field championship at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Mean Green Sports.

Texas post-rock band Explosions in the Sky performs in April at Iron City on Southside. From Annie Cole.

Arizona metalcore band Blessthefall performs “Hollow Bodies” in March at Zydeco on Southside. From the Holden 710.

Memphis rapper Yo Millionaire feeds the homeless downtown. From Yo Millionaire.

Swedish metal band Avatar performs earlier this month at Iron City on Southside. From Jay Burnham.

Promo for Hunter Nichols Productions in Leeds. From Hunter Nichols.

Retail Strategies, a Birmingham real estate consultancy, shares advice from its Advisory Council members. From Retail Strategies.

Jessica Powers of Powers Injury Law in Homewood discusses regulations for commercial truck drivers. From Powers Injury Law.

Drone footage of a sunset over Brook Highland. From the Adventures of Andrew and Hardie.

A look at the Birmingham Violence Reduction Initiative, a community partnership launched in 2015 to reduce violent crime. From Birmingham Violence Reduction Initiative.

Birmingham’s Illumny Dance Crew performs to Bessemer rapper Skoolie Escobar’s “Yoncé.” From Antonio Mincy.

Hooping at the toy store. From Peter Pauley.

The Velocity Accelerator program at Innovation Depot holds a Demo Day in April at Iron City on Southside, featuring its nine participating startups. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Fund-raising video for instruments at the East Lake School of Fine Arts, which opened in March. From iMusicAcademy.

A “Dining Out With Comedienne Joy” segment on Redeaux Café at City Hall downtown. From Comedienne Joy.

UAB’s Dr. Stefan Kertesz presents “Turning the Tide or Riptide: Ethical Challenges of the Changing Opioid Epidemic” as part of the Grand Rounds lecture series at Children’s of Alabama on Southside. From Stefan.

Alice Cooper’s Band performs earlier this month at the Nick on Southside. From Scott Johnson.

Opening of the Tim McGraw/Faith Hill concert in April at the Legacy Arena downtown. From Joshua Schaffer.

Highlights from the FireJam show in April at Avondale Brewing Company. From Kevin Henderson.

Salt Lake City post-hardcore band Eidola performs “Omni: First Temple” in March at the Nick on Southside. From Mrshamoozoo.

A visit to Sloss Furnaces (our other other vertical video of the week). From Zane Ramos.

Pakistani musician Rahat Fateh Ali Khan performs “Mere Rashke Qamar” in April at Samford University. From Dheeru Hits Collection.

Birmingham hard rock band Koralyst performs in April at Zydeco on Southside. From We R Gonna Be Up All Night.

Hoover’s M.J. Harris Construction Services working on the new UAB School of Nursing building. From Construction Channel.

Amtrak train arriving in Birmingham. From GM&W Railroad.

Another angle on Amtrak’s arrival. From GM&W Railroad.

Letitia Smiley and Jessica Coates of Birmingham onstage at By the Brook, a conference on caring for special needs children in June at Cookeville, Tenn. From Rising Above Ministries.

Shooting senior portraits in the springtime downtown. From Stanley Parrish Jr.

Alabama A&M Marching Maroon and White performs at the 2003 Magic City Classic halftime at Legion Field. From Xavier Brown.

“Book TV” segment on “Black Titan,” about noted Birmingham business leader A.G. Gaston. Carol Jenkins and Elizabeth Gardner Hines are the authors. From Nathan Nunnally.

A February visit to Atomic Lounge, Roots and Revelry, Vulcan, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Saturn (to see Iowa band Dickie) and the Alabama Theatre in February. From Anne Rance.

Game room at Kami-Con, the annual anime conference in January at the BJCC East Exhibition Hall downtown. From Justice Spectre.

The $10 Challenge at Kami-Con, looking for the most ridiculous, outrageous or strangest item in the dealers’ room. From Aaron Pabon.

Racing a Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 at the Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Town and Country TV.

Birmingham police car on the way. From Dirt Track Girl.

Drone footage of Renaissance Ross Bridge golf course in Hoover. From Blackbird Videography and Photography.

Lecture by Colombian artist Jessica Angel, whose work “Facing the Hyperstructure” is at UAB’s Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts through July 29. From Jessica Angel.

Scenes from the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama in April at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Pasion por la Velocidad.

Erin Barrow, interior designer for Tower Homes in Vestavia Hills, on design options. From Tower Homes.

Hooping with Bowser downtown. From Molly McQuitty.

Ashlyn Benefield, freshman catcher for Snead State Community College, tags UAB’s runner in this September softball game. From Ashlyn Benefield.

Commercial for the Birmingham Comedy Festival starting Friday. From Tollie Jones.

Jay Z’s “Reasonable Doubt” 20th anniversary pop-up shop in December at Alchemy 213 downtown. From Alchemy 213.

The 2003 Magic City Classic at Legion Field. From Alex Hines.

Trailer for the documentary “Letter from a Birmingham Girl,” an autobiographical look at someone who describes herself as “a woman, Korean American adoptee, amputee and Jew.” From Lily Ahree Siegel.

Downtown’s Innovation Depot set records in 2016. From Alabama NewsCenter.

El Paso R&B artist Khalid with Birmingham vlogger Erik Halley at the Turkish Food Festival in Hoover, Taste of India at UAB and more. From Erik Halley.

A thank you to fans and viewers from an Atlanta vlogger. From Mrshamoozoo.

A look around the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Kenneth Double.

Music video for “Life in the Ghetto” by Birmingham rappers B-Hold da General, De’Corleone and Tino Gambino, filmed in Sherman Heights. From B-Hold da General.

Sacramento EDM duo Hippie Sabotage onstage in March at Iron City on Southside. From 4d4mz.

Wade and Carrie celebrate the first wedding at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Carrie Hill Smith.

A look at “Four Little Girls,” a play at Gibbs High School in St. Petersburg, Fla., based on the 1963 bombing of Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. From WPDS TV14.

Watching trains in March in Irondale. From Carson Bean.

Highlights from Alabama Speed Club’s Drift Temple in March at Zamora Shrine Temple in Irondale. From Akioboy.

Taking on the Rumpshaker 5K in March at Regions Field and across downtown. From Skip Did It.

Discussing the possible private police force at Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Vestavia Hills (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Maranatha Again.

Minneapolis duo Curtis and Loretta performs “Ain’t She Sweet” in April. From Curtis and Loretta.

Drone footage of the Regions Center downtown promoting the Regions Tradition golf tournament. From Regions Bank.

And now, a rap (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Edgar Miller.

Talking with Sean Coyne, owner of College Hunks Hauling Junk in Homewood. From CJ Hunk.

Tuscaloosa rapper Walkin Money performs in April at the Palace in Graymont. From LoeKee247.

A Los Angeles Mercedes-Benz employee discusses visiting the Brand Immersion Experience while relaxing in his downtown hotel room. From Rafael Gonzalez.

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