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The Birmingham channel: 200 down, 200 to go

Thursday, November 29th, 2018

Note: Last week’s edition was our 200th installment of the Birmingham channel! It all started in 2014 with this video roundup.

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne performs “Trouble” in earlier this month at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown (our vertical video of the week). From Justin Pruett.

Highlight reel for Oak Mountain sophomore pitcher Connor Adams at October’s Perfect Game Fall Academic Showcase in Atlanta. From Skill Show Videos.

Atlanta rapper Mac Squirt performs earlier this month at Club Volcano in Ensley. From Mac Squirt.

Talking with the Birmingham Police during the Magic City Classic. From Essay Watts T.V.

Vlogging around town. From Nicole J la única y Lil bry la j familia.

Seattle rock band Unwed Sailor performs earlier this month at TrimTab Brewing Company in Lakeview. From J.D.

Driving on I-459. From D!Eguitθ Nico.

Halftime shows for the Tuskegee University Marching Crimson Piper Band and Miles College’s Purple Marching Machine earlier this month in Fairfield. From Natalie Woods Davis.

UAB celebrates raising $1 billion in 10 years. From University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Highlight reel for Oak Mountain sophomore first baseman Jake Derecki at October’s Perfect Game Fall Academic Showcase in Atlanta. From Skill Show Videos.

“Daily Show” host Trevor Noah discusses the Hoover Police shooting Emantic Bradford Jr. on Thanksgiving. From the Daily Show with Trevor Noah.

Soccer. From John 502 Atlanta Georcia.

Having fun at the Birmingham Zoo. From Janae and Janaya.

Meet Farley the sea lion at the zoo (our other vertical video of the week). From Carol Thomas.

Drone footage of May’s Zoo Run. From Discovery Drone.

Dancing at Uptown and the BJCC area. From Patrick Anthony.

Stephanie Whitaker of Engaged Wedding Library in Homewood discusses downtown wedding venues. From Stephanie Whitaker.

Auburn surf rock band Man or Astro-Man? performs in 2016 at Saturn in Avondale. From Christopher Hays.

A quick look from Railroad Park and Vulcan. From BarterScoop.

Passing an accident on I-65 downtown. From Mauricio Muñiz.

Drone footage of Lake Purdy, filmed in October. From Jonathan Buxton.

Cool cars at October’s Magic City Classic. From Alabama Whipz.

More cars. From the Whip Paparazzi.

Train downtown. From Jeff Martin.

Journey performs “Stone in Love” in August at Legacy Arena downtown. From Michael Doyle.

Pressure washing a house’s exterior (our other other vertical video of the week). From Polo Painting Birmingham Al.

Legendary guitarist Steve Vai and the Alabama Symphony Orchestra perform “For the Love of God” earlier this month at the Alys Stephens Center on Southside. From R0cker Productions.

Photography meetup downtown. From Lydia.

Elevator at TopGolf. From Wolf 570.

Diwali dancers perform earlier this month at Alys Stephens Center. From Nilesh Kumar.

Tampa couple takes road trip to Birmingham, including stops at Pies and Pints and Back Forty Brewing Company. From Caitie Ventures.

Getting ready to flip this house (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Boom Box 256.

Dashcam footage of driving I-65 from Huntsville to Birmingham. From Kenny Ram.

Def Leppard performs in August at Legacy Arena downtown. From Michael Doyle.

Talking with Joi Brown of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. From Whats Happening Bham.

X-ray (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Da Real Bartlo.

Inside the vault (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From DaReal Bartlo.

Downtown bus (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Jaylin Manly.

Nashville country singer Chris Lane performs “Fix” earlier this month at Iron City on Southside (our final vertical video of the week). From Bonnie Britt.

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The Birmingham channel: A Classic closeup

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Slapout country singer-songwriter Dee White performs “Rose of Alabama” in September at Zydeco on Southside, captured on Russ Sternglass’ “drumcam.” From Russ Sternglass.

Like Paul performs in Linn Park downtown (our vertical video of the week). From LP LikePaul.

Rocker Marilyn Manson performs in October in a return engagement at Iron City on Southside. From Vladimir Fuerte.

Talking with Jennifer Hogan, assistant principal at Hoover High School. From DisruptED TV.

Talking with Danny Steele, principal at Thompson Sixth Grade Center. From DisruptED TV.

Driving through Malfunction Junction. From Lewis Tours Videos.

Nutrition technician Star Bullock talks about her work at the Birmingham Zoo. From Birmingham Zoo.

Driving at night (our other vertical video of the week). From DL R3cords.

Talking with civil rights foot soldier Jeff Drew about “Dynamite Hill.” From 99 Voices.

How Ruffner Mountain is helping to protect endangered bats. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Pastor Justin Karl on founding the Citizens Church in Birmingham, from Louisville’s Sojourn Collective. From Justin Karl.

Surge protectors for HVAC units. From 3D Air Services LLC.

Birmingham experimental band Probably the Tornado performs “Family Portrait” in June at Saturn in Avondale. From Casey Hitt.

Feature on Meg Ford, programs coordinator at Ruffner Mountain and violinist. From Jessica Chriesman.

“Fair Housing in Birmingham: An Untold Story” from the Birmingham Association of Realtors. From 1987.

Guadalajara’s Los Inquietos del Norte performs in October at El Mega Sol in Glen Iris. From John 502 Atlanta Georcia.

Testimonial by Mr. Peller for Inverness real estate company Bamavest. From Bamavest.

Drone footage of Legion Field. From Above Alabama.

Exceptional Foundation participants dance to “Thriller” in September at the Country Club in Birmingham, as part of the Dinnertainment fund-raiser. From Alexandra Kamburis.

Highlight reel for Tia, catcher/third base for the Birmingham Thunderbolts 2024 softball team. From T Siaosi Tuimoloau – Montgomery.

Out for a group ride in Bush Hills. From Bezze the Goat.

YouTuber the FireArm Guy discusses a masked gunman who opened fire in an Arlington–West End McDonald’s in October. An armed customer shot and killed the gunman. From the FireArm Guy.

More on the McDonald’s shooting. From Ramfis Quinones News Videos

Birmingham college student Walter Carr talking with host Steve Harvey earlier this month on “Steve.” Carr had walked 20 miles for his job. From WVTM 13 News.

Hanging out at the Magic City Classic in October. From Makeup Mesha.

The gameday parade downtown. From Country Boi Erick.

The game itself. From Alex Hines.

The Carver Mighty Marching Rams in the parade. From Covering All River Region Sports Alabama State.

From the post-game concert. From Phresh Game Peezy.

Alabama A&M’s Marching Maroon and White heads into Legion Field. From Apok Vlogs.

The A&M band performing on the field. From 318Mann.

More fun from Classic week. From Yung Playa Entertainment

Drone footage of the Red Rock Trail System, including the Rotary Trail downtown. From AirFowl.

Exploring an abandoned iron ore mine. From Its Keeton.

Birmingham rocker Will Stewart performs “Sipsey” in October at the Nick on Southside. From the Nick Bham.

Ft. Worth country singer Cody Jinks performs “Head Case” in October at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Taylor Hendrix.

Wrapping up a weekend getaway to Hoover. From Taylormade TV.

A look at the nonprofit organization Community Kitchens of Birmingham. From Matt Ennis.

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The Birmingham channel: Caught on tape

Saturday, November 17th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

From the downtown set of horror short “The Eye.” From Cody Gremlin.

Lynyrd Skynyrd performs “Sweet Home Alabama” in October at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From HomeSouth Builders.

Downtown view from Vulcan. From Geography Uber Alles.

Back home in Birmingham. From Country Boi Erick.

Girls soccer: Baton Rouge SC 04 Black vs. Gulf Coast Texans in September at the U.S. Youth Soccer National League Mid-South Conference. From Trevis Thompson.

Worship Night in October at King’s Way Church in Irondale. From King’s Way Church.

Activist and Birmingham native Angela Davis speaks in October in Madrid. From La Casa Encendida.

Security footage of a burglary at a house in southwest Birmingham. From Ron Terry.

Seattle rock band Alice in Chains performs “Would? in October at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Mdmar10.

Commercial for S Nails and Spa in Inverness. From S Nail and Spa.

Members of the New Orleans Pelicans send a special message to Birmingham, which will play host to an NBA G League team in 2022. From WVTM 13 News.

More on the new minor league basketball team. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Nashville folk-country singer-songwriter CeCe Hetrick performs in October at the Nick on Southside. From CeCe Hetrick.

Exotic cars in the Summit parking lot. From Green Ninja 5.

And there they go. From Green Ninja 5.

Highlight reel for Oak Mountain junior running back Jonathan Bennett. From J. Bennett.

The play “Women – Saucy and Sweet” in April at Samford University. From Isabel Azar.

The UAB homecoming parade in October on University Boulevard. From Tŏng Yé.

Lafayette, La., contemporary Christian singer-songwriter Lauren Daigle performs “Rescue” in October at the Alabama Theatre downtown (our vertical video of the week). From Paul Thai.

Promo for the Velocity Accelerator business training program at Innovation Depot downtown. From Innovation Depot.

Parker Landwehr joins Vestavia Hills tech staffing agency ITAC Solutions as a recruiter. From ITAC Solutions.

Rapper Colbi Babi D2S performs in September at Zydeco on Southside. From Colbi Babi D2S.

Birmingham real estate agent Gene Darden gives an update on the real estate market. From Southern Realty Specialists KW the Real Estate Gene.

WSFL’s Birmingham Fire vs. USFL’s Tampa Bay Bandits in Madden 08 PC. From Mark Wilson.

Promo from Pauly Shore for his appearance earlier this month at the Stardome Comedy Club in Hoover. From Pauly Shore.

Prescott, Ariz., jam band Spafford performs “West L.A. Fadeaway” in October at Saturn in Avondale. From Isom Morgan.

Athens blues-rock band Allgood performs “Trilogy” in October at Avondale Brewing Co. From Yesterdays Today.

Los Angeles singer-songwriter Tori Kelly performs “Soul’s Anthem (It Is Well)” in October at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Haley Catherine.

Commercial for the Ford Mustang at Adamson Ford downtown. From #AlwaysAdamson.

Youth hockey: Birmingham Bulls at Nashville Flyers in October. From Nashville Flyers.

Tyler Kime of Standard Air, Plumbing and Insulation on turning on the furnace for the first time. From Means Advertising.

Quebec City indie-dance band Men I Trust performs in October at Saturn in Avondale. From Large Marge.

Newark poet Jasmine Mans performs “Birmingham” in Houston. From Write About Now.

Promoting UAB for study abroad students from Turkey. From AnkaStudy Yurtdışı Eğitim Danışmanlığı.

Looking up at Vulcan. From Geography Uber Alles.

Alabama football coach Nick Saban speaks at the Monday Morning Quarterback CLub in October at the Harbert Center downtown. From Charlie Potter.

Car fire spotted while traveling on I-65 south of Hoover (our other vertical video of the week). From Henry Gordon.

Talking with founder Keith Crowe about Hope Street Christian Ministries in Woodlawn. From Danny Kang Austin.

Birmingham’s Jonathan Davis talks about his experience at Berea College in Kentucky. From Berea Admissions.

Feature on the Essential restaurant which opened in July downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Drone footage of LabCorp downtown. From Edmonds Engineering Inc.

Vlogging from Children’s of Alabama on Southside. From Panda King4cVLOGS.

Michigan rapper NF performs in January at Iron City on Southside (our other other vertical video of the week). From Tyler Harrison.

Southern rock-jam band Gov’t Mule performs “Revolution Come, Revolution Go” in October at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Actress Gabrielle.

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The Birmingham channel: Earth probably first

Friday, November 9th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Highlights from October’s Endangered Species Tour by Birmingham nonprofit organization Freshwater Land Trust and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The day-long event featured six locations in Jefferson County where endangered species have been protected. From Freshwater Land Trust.

Glasgow synth-pop band Chvrches performs in October at Iron City on Southside. From Josh Fryer.

Close-up drone footage of the Cahaba River. From Brad Hines.

Time-lapse footage of an illustrated Jackson v. Birmingham Board of Education. From Perih Punahou.

Time for class at Battleground Martial Arts in Alabaster. From Macaroni Kid South Birmingham.

A 360-degree look at St. Vincent’s Women and Children’s Center on Southside. From Ascension.

At a special event in Uptown, Birmingham begins its 1,000-day countdown to playing host to the 2021 World Games. From Alabama NewsCenter.

And more from the kickoff event. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Bessemer blogger TSL Fetti, a k a Shawn Cotton, on his July SayCheeseTV pop-up shop in Birmingham. From Taliban Films Jah.

Testimonial by scientist/UAB student Mithun Acharya for Imperial Overseas Education Consultants study abroad company in India. From Imperial Overseas Education Consultants.

Blues singer-songwriter and guitarist Samantha Fish performs in October at Saturn in Avondale. From J.J. Hoover.

Demo of a Haddorff Vertichord grand piano. From Pugcasso Painting Pugs.

Highlights from the 2018 Manhattan Dance Project workshop in October at Alabama Dance Academy in Hoover. From Manhattan Dance Project.

Tuscaloosa’s DJ Zauce in June at Zydeco on Southside. From McCain Media.

Fun at the Big Bounce America house in October in Calera. From Monica Espinoza.

The Spain Park Chamber Choir performs the National Anthem at October’s Sparks in the Park Marching Band Festival. From Spain Park Choir.

Baton Rouge rapper Boosie Badazz on whether to perform in Birmingham for $35,000 (our vertical video of the week). From Catching Up With Celebrities.

On a walk downtown. From Deric McGuffie.

Concept trailer for “Awake,” filmed in Birmingham. From Ethan Crowe.

An August news conference with the Environmental Protection Agency on removing contaminated soil in the 35th Avenue Superfund Site in North Birmingham. Speakers included Birmingham mayor Randall Woodfin, EPA Region 4 director Franklin Hill, state Sen. Linda Coleman-Madison and U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell. From City of Birmingham.

Trains in Bessemer, Birmingham, Irondale, McCalla and other places in Alabama and Georgia. From Ems318.

More trains in Birmingham (our other vertical video of the week). From NS Railfan Productions/NRP.

Highlights from Jamz and Jokes with Birmingham comedian Detroit Reid and Atlanta hip-hop artist Yung Joc in October at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From WellDunn Entertainment.

Soundcheck for Orlando rock band Matchbox Twenty at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From Smash Bridges.

Exploring the area around the Eureka No. 3 coal mine near Helena. From Its Keeton.

Alabama men’s basketball coach Avery Johnson at SEC Media Days in October at the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Mountain Brook. From Alabama Crimson Tide on AL.com.

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Vote 2018: Alabama general election results

Tuesday, November 6th, 2018
Vote 2018

Who won their races today in the midterm elections? Here are results from the top offices in Alabama and Jefferson County …

More election coverage in our Vote 2018 special report.

Update Nov. 7: Voter turnout was 49.8 percent. Compare that to 41 percent in 2014, 57.5 percent in 2010.

(Updating throughout the evening.)

(Contested races only)

  • D = Democrat | I = incumbent | R = Republican
  • Winner in red

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More Vote 2018 coverage.

Vote 2018: The stormy midterms have arrived

Tuesday, November 6th, 2018
I Voted Today sticker

Photo: Steve Rainwater (CC)

Time to vote, y’all. Polls are open till 7 tonight with races at the local, state and national levels, plus a handful of state amendments.

Vote 2018

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:

You can request a provisional ballot under special circumstances.

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

A: Check out these sample ballots for each county.

You’re voting for U.S. Representative, state (including governor) and county officials, plus amendments.

Who are you voting for today? Tell us in the comments.

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The Birmingham channel: All dressed up

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

On Southern Research’s work in “green chemistry.” From Alabama NewsCenter.

All dressed up for Boo at the Zoo earlier this month at the Birmingham Zoo. From Tŏng Yé.

Looking at the skyline from Red Mountain. From Harvie Woolley.

Commercial for Grille 29 restaurant at Brookwood Village in Homewood. From Means Advertising.

Stuck in nighttime traffic on I-65 near the Pelham/Helena exit (our vertical video of the week). From Alex Eaton.

A look at Vulcan and the skyline. From Buffett2010.

Matthew Whitaker of GKHouses property management in Homewood on customer reviews. From GKHouses.

And looking at industries that drive house rentals. From GKHouses.

Austin guitarist Eric Johnson performs earlier this month at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Actress Gabrielle.

UAB at Air Force in a battle of mascots in “NCAA Football 13.” From Intrust Games.

And UAB at University of Akron. From Intrust Games.

Birmingham musicians perform at 100 Drummers Drumming earlier this month in Selma. From Jerry Hines.

Promo for Birmingham Parent magazine’s video content. From Video Visions Media Marketing.

Gadsden hip-hop artist Yelawolf performs in 2017 at Avondale Brewing Company (our other vertical video of the week). From UnderGroundBooking UGB.

Examining squirrel damage to the second story exterior. From Rid-A-Critter, Inc.

Feature on Birmingham artist Maria Kalaff. From Forever Films Alabama.

Host Sarah Silverman visits activist group Woke Vote in Birmingham, talking with founder DeJuana Thompson and other members. The segment is part of Hulu’s series “I Love You, America.” From I Love You, America.

Promo for D.R. Horton home builder’s Rocktoberfest earlier this month in Hoover. From DR Horton’s Rocktoberfest 2018.

Birmingham bluegrass band Over the Hillbillies performs at Birmingham-Southern College. From Open Art Studio of Cynthia Parsons.

Interview with Noah Kirkland, chef garde manger/line cook at Highlands Bar and Grill in Five Points South. From APT IQ Learning Network.

Drone footage includes downtown at night. From Conoce Films.

A look at the Porsche Driving Experience at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Margo Siewert.

Exploring the Roebuck Shopping Center. From Chris Travels.

Testimonial from UAB student Farrah-Amoy Fullerton for online science tutorial Osmosis. From Osmosis.

Miami’s Moto Studio motorcycle builder earlier this month at the Barber Vintage Festival. From Black Mambo.

Jacksonville country singer Riley Green performs “Bury Me in Dixie” in August at Legacy Arena downtown. From Timothy Larsen.

Drone footage of a quarry. From Justin Real.

Trains downtown. From Great American Railfan.

Looking at Raymond Kaskey’s sculpture “Three Ministers Kneeling” in Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From Buffett2010.

Birmingham rapper G.Q performs earlier this month at the Nick on Southside. From G.Q Official Booking.

Patrick McDonald of WVTM-13 on his background as a Marine and working with the TV station. From Hearst Television Careers.

Fun at the Teshua Farms pumpkin patch in Westover. From Megan Pettus Videography.

Commercial for Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland at Birmingham Greyhound Racing in Liberty Highlands. From Shadrack Productions.

The making of “Everywhere All the Time,” performed by New York’s Seán Curran Company and Chicago’s Third Coast Percussion. Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center and Brooklyn Academy of Music commissioned the piece. From BAM.

A virtual train chugging through Birmingham in the video game “Trainz.” From Deep South Railfan.

Baton Rouge rapper Kevin Gates meets fans on the red carpet before performing earlier this month at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Kevin Gates Uploads.

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The Birmingham channel: Living history

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Another promo for Homewood gym Nexus Fitness. From Nexus Fitness.

A snowy streetscape. From Vicki Violet.

Rochester Community TV’s abbreviated version of “The Watsons Go to Birmingham – 1963” by Christopher Paul Curtis, a submission for the 90-Second Newbery Film Festival contest. From Rochester Community TV.

Summary of Birmingham mayor Randall Woodfin’s strategic plan for the upcoming year. From Mayor Randall Woodfin.

Original foot soldiers from the 1963 Children’s Crusade and children take part in a May re-enactment of the downtown civil rights march. From Kayla Gladney.

Driving through Mountain Brook. From Walt Moore.

Q&A with Kitana McGuire, human resources recruiter with Birmingham consulting firm 45 Inc. From 45 Inc. Birmingham.

Drone footage of an apartment complex in Ensley Highlands. From Blue Marlin Equity Group.

Sisters in Christ of Tuscaloosa perform in September in Birmingham (our vertical video of the week). From Ttown Bass.

Walking through the Garden Center at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Vertical Mars 1.

And walking through the gardens. From Vertical Mars 1.

Alan Spears of the National Parks Conservation Association on protecting public lands and historic sites such as the 16th Street Baptist Church. From On Common Ground.

Boys soccer: FC Dallas 02 vs. NO Spartans 02 in September at the Birmingham Bash tournament. From Keith O’Leary.

New York singer David Byrne performs “Blind” earlier this month at BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Robby Stewart.

Dashcam footage of driving east on I-22 to downtown. From Hanny Daddy.

Jam session with Helena singer-songwriter Shelia King and Birmingham keyboardist Steve Long. From Shelia King.

Dashcam footage of Los Angeles to Birmingham. From Neal.

An episode of HGTV’s “House Hunters” in Birmingham that aired earlier this month featuring couple Patrick and Rachel and real estate agent Sloane Rhoden. From Home Design.

Memphis YouTuber Dewayne Bash hits Birmingham. From Famous Animal TV.

Tallahassee rock band Mayday Parade performs earlier this month at Iron City on Southside (our other vertical video of the week). From Brittany Whisman.

“Snakes in the Hood,” a dramatic feature shot and set in Birmingham. From Da MovieKidd.

Looking through the UAB roster on “NCAA Football 13.” From Intrust Games.

A trip to Birmingham for a movie at AMC Classic Lorna Ridge 10 in Hoover and shopping at Hometown Supermarket in Green Springs, Homewood. From Cody Gremlin.

Q&A with Birmingham artist John Lytle Wilson, who created “Return to Unicorn Island,” a paint-by-numbers audience-participation work at the Birmingham Museum of Art downtown. From Birmingham Museum of Art.

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Vote 2018: Sample ballots for Jefferson, Shelby County general election

Friday, October 19th, 2018

Vote 2018

Election Day in America is almost upon us.

• If you’re not registered to vote, you have until Monday at 5 p.m. Register online with the State of Alabama. Register in person at:

  • local boards of registrars,
  • state and county offices that provide public assistance,
  • driver’s license renewal offices,
  • county library branches
  • and some city library branches.

Call the Secretary of State at 800-274-8683 for additional information.

• We have the sample ballots for Jefferson and Shelby Counties for the primaries. (The Jefferson County ballot has 350 versions, one for every sub-district.)

Find your polling place/districts.

The ballot has federal, state and county offices, along with four state amendments. The back page for all county ballots — detailing those amendments — is the same and included below. And check out the Alabama Voter Guide 2018, with voting procedures and frequently asked questions.

For easier viewing, you can print, download or zoom to full screen with each ballot.

Election Day is Nov. 6.

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Sample ballots for all 67 counties.

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Jefferson County

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Shelby County

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All counties: back page

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Alabama Voter Guide 2018

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The Birmingham channel: The rides of October

Monday, October 15th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Promo for the Woolworth bar in Five Points South. From Focus Creative.

Fire engulfs Metropolitan apartments under construction in September in Lakeview. From Frank Mullens.

More fire footage. From al.com.

Drone footage of the fire. From WVTM-13 News.

CBS-42 report on driver allegedly holding students on Birmingham city school bus in September in Oxmoor Valley. From CBS 42.

Sixteenth Street Baptist Church competes for a $150,000 Partners in Preservation grant. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Promo for the Festival of Life religious conference on Oct. 24 at Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From RCCG Jesus House Huntsville.

A visitor picks his 12 favorite spots in Birmingham, including the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Railroad Park, Birmingham Museum of Art and Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. From Jeremy Bowling.

Snippets from the Workforce Summit and UI Directors’ Conference from the National Association of State Workforce Agencies in September at the BJCC East Meeting Rooms downtown. From InfoTech Videos.

Commercial for new Alliance of American Football franchise the Birmingham Iron. From Alliance of American Football.

Promo for the Club private supper club. From the Club.

Feature on not-for-profit Southern Research’s fund-raising campaign for work in neurosciences. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Promo for the Birmingham Water Works. From Birmingham Water Works Vids.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce names Glen Iris app developer MotionMobs as finalist in the Dream Big Small Business of the Year Award. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Birmingham mayor Randall Woodfin proposes in September buying new uniforms for the seven city high school marching bands (our vertical video of the week). From Mayor Randall Woodfin.

South Carolina Christian rock band Needtobreathe performs “No Excuses” in 2017 at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Max Haben.

Checking out rides. From Bassballinchevy334.

Rapper/singer-songwriter J. Cole performs in September at Legacy Arena downtown (our other vertical video of the week). From Apex Consulting Solutions.

Greenville, S.C., blues-rock group Marcus King Band performs in September at Zydeco on Southside. From Mark Berry.

Mounds, Okla.-based GoBob Pipe and Steel Sales announces a new Birmingham distribution center. From GoBob Pipe and Steel Sales.

An arrest outside of the UAB Hill Student Center (our other other vertical video of the week). From Ivelisse Sanchez.

Raining in the parking lot. From Mista Rich.

Commercial for post-Magic City Classic concert on Oct. 26 at Boutwell Auditorium downtown, including Maze and the Manhattans. From Jerry Mason.

Testimonial for Eng1ne Fitness in Brook Highland. From Chris Kizziah.

Destin jam band Cadillac Willy and Montgomery funk-blues band Blues Old Stand perform “Red Hot Mama” in 2015 at Avondale Brewing Company. From Morgan Lemly.

Michael Weber of Entrepreneurs’ Organization Birmingham announces fall events. From EO Birmingham.

Members of Positively Funny Improv perform “Action Slips” in 2012 at the Rare Martini in Lakeview. From Positively Funny Improv.

Members of Positively Funny Improv perform “First Date” in 2015 at the Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover. From Positively Funny Improv.

Promo for Yaxeni y Ricardo los Luzeros de Rioverde performing at Fiesta in September at Linn Park downtown. From Yaxeni y Ricardo los Luzeros de Rioverde.

And onstage. From Yaxeni y Ricardo los Luzeros de Rioverde.

Family fun at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens (our final vertical video of the week). From Knit Fitness LLC.

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The Birmingham channel: Sharp objects

Wednesday, October 10th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

An RV trip starts in Birmingham with Heavenly Donut Company, Railroad Park (plus food trucks) and Urban Cookhouse. From Bradley Bromlow.

Dashcam footage of driving from Pell City down I-20 west to Homewood. From D.W. Red.

Worship song at Church of the Highlands’ West Birmingham campus at Parker High School in Smithfield (our vertical video of the week). From Patiently Waiting.

Visiting the Mid-Autumn Festival (a k a the Moon Festival) in September at UAB Hill Student Center. From Tŏng Yé.

Birmingham punk band Bad Example performs in September at the Spring Street Firehouse in Avondale. From Colors of Nights.

Vlogging on the way out of town (our other vertical video of the week). From Bella Smith.

Touring a UAB dorm room (our other other vertical video of the week). From Tierra Turner.

Drum solo at Railroad Park downtown (our final vertical video of the week). From Queen Tall T AGB.

Drone footage of the Station Church in Bessemer. From C.W.

Renowned Chicago photographer Dawoud Bey discusses his 2013 work “The Birmingham Project.” From Elizabeth Laitman Hughes.

Birmingham civil rights leader C. Herbert Oliver on his 1963 report on the bombing of 16th Street Baptist Church. From the Gilder Lehrman Institute.

Promo for Mission Birmingham’s Pastors Prayer Summit in November in Talladega. From Kevin Moore.

Matthew Whitaker of GKHouses property management in Homewood on evicting tenants. From GKHouses.

A look at the newly opened Woolworth in Five Points South. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Marcus Vick for the Birmingham Thunderbolts against Memphis Maniax in a virtual XFL game. From Backbreaker D-League.

Fultondale’s 31 Escape adds ax throwing. From Kasey Strout.

Commercial for digital directory Near Birmingham. From Steve Taylor.

Promo for the UAB Collat School of Business. From UAB Collat School of Business.

Actress Reese Witherspoon appears in September at the Alabama Theatre downtown as part of her “Whiskey in a Teacup” book tour. From Living It Up with Laurel.

Highlight reel for Heritage Christian Academy senior pitcher/catcher Riley Akins at August’s Perfect Game Southeast Prospect Showcase in Atlanta. From Skill Show Videos.

A peek at Mercedes-Benz U.S. International’s annual Supplier Forum in June in Birmingham. From Cinepear.

Aaron Daniel and Jon Lunceford preview September 6A game Jackson-Olin at Carver. From WJOX 94.5.

Bernard Nomberg of the Nomberg Law Firm talks with Edward L. Hardin Jr. of Burr and Forman. From the Nomberg Law Firm.

Discussing 1963 and the civil rights movement, including “Letter from Birmingham Jail” and the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. From Joseph Shelton Hall.

Walking through the shell of Century Plaza. From C-Dogg91.

Hot and Hot Fish Club’s Chris Hastings and Heartwood Forge’s Will Manning team up to make the Sportsman’s Knife Collection. From Tom Beckbe.

Promo for Chase Prep parochial school. From Common Thread.

Time-lapse footage of Birmingham artist Sonia J. Summers painting “Facets of Birmingham” as part of the Vulcans on Parade project, added in July. From Sonia J. Summers.

Autocar Family Fun Day in September at its Pinson Valley plant. From Russ Randolph.

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Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Trying out a Fender Richie Kotzen Telecaster at Guitar Center in Hoover. From Christian Phifer.

A back yard fence. From Amigo’s Painting, Carpentey and Tile.

More of the fence. From Amigo’s Painting, Carpentey and Tile.

Done painting a house. From Amigo’s Painting, Carpentey and Tile.

Done painting a warehouse. From Amigo’s Painting, Carpentey and Tile.

Painting a wall (our vertical video of the week). From Amigo’s Painting, Carpentey and Tile.

Highlights from March’s Senior Unity Fest at Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From Slee TV.

A day of fishing around town. From the Worst Fishing Show Ever.

Stephen and Shan on owning a beauty supply shop. From Taking It Back.

Six winners of the 2018 Kiwanis Youth of the Year scholarships: Robert Burchfield, Oak Grove High School. From D.B. Plowden.

Sarah Zhao, Vestavia Hills High School. From D.B. Plowden.

Joseph Mungenast, Briarwood Christian School. From D.B. Plowden.

Angie Sutton, the Altamont School. From D.B. Plowden.

Emma Camp, Alabama School of Fine Arts. From D.B. Plowden.

Margaret Shufflebarger, Mountain Brook High School. From D.B. Plowden.

Playing “Smackdown Live” in a virtual Legacy Arena. From MW & LDN Games 2018.

Promo for Tricia Gunn, founder of Parresia Ministries in Birmingham, speaking in September at Church Unlimited in Brook Highland Plaza. From Parresia.

Murray Sams Jr. talks about the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. From Melvin McCray.

Jimmy Finney and Eric Watters of Birmingham alt-rock band Suburban Love Junkies perform in September at WorkPlay in Lakeview (our other vertical video of the week). From Angela Elliott.

Scenes from the 2nd Saturday Night in the City car meetup downtown, with a cameo by the cops. From Schmitty Vids.

Deborah Leighton, director of women’s ministries, discusses Bible study options at Cathedral Church of the Advent downtown. From Advent Birmingham.

Talking with Matt Chambers of Curtiss Motorcycles (formerly Confederate Motorcycles) on Southside about electric bikes. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Meeting a giraffe at the Birmingham Zoo. From Hey It’s Me Laura.

Atlanta Christian singer-songwriter Crowder performs “All My Hope” at July’s Motion X church student conference at Legacy Arena downtown (our other other vertical video of the week). From Cole Riddle.

Driving through Marks Village housing project in Gate City (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Syron Smith.

Washington Christian rapper Trip Lee performs at July’s Motion X church student conference at Legacy Arena downtown (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Hee-Chan Lee.

Drone footage of Regions Field downtown. From Jim Rasmussen.

Atlanta singer-songwriter Angie Aparo performs “Child You’re the Revolution” in September at WorkPlay in Lakeview (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Angela Elliott.

Highlands Worship performs at July’s Motion X church student conference at Legacy Arena downtown (our final vertical video of the week). From Cole Riddle.

Washington organization Bertelsmann Foundation talked with locals over the summer about President Trump’s steel tariffs. From Bertelsmann Foundation.

Australian worship group Hillsong Young and Free performs “Selah” at July’s Motion X church student conference at Legacy Arena downtown. From Cole Riddle.

Promo for 10th annual Land Aid fund-raiser for Freshwater Land Trust in September at Avondale Brewing Company. From Freshwater Land Trust.

Looking at a Porsche at Cars and Coffee at Hoover Tactical Firearms. From Drivin Ivan Katz.

Franklin, Tenn., Christian singer-songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman performs “Cinderella” in September at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Pat Lozito.

Michael and Nathan Pocus, owners of Domestique Coffee on Southside, make their pitch for the Alabama Launchpad Startup Competition. From Nathan Pocus.

Drone footage of twilight downtown. From Jim Rasmussen.

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The Birmingham channel: The kayfabe harvest

Monday, September 24th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Shopping at Bath and Body Works at the Summit (our vertical video of the week). From MaKale Mitchell.

Rapper Trinidad James performs earlier this month at Zydeco on Southside. From Filmmaker Mike Ekpoh.

Another montage of Birmingham youth football. From Yung Playa Entertainment.

Putting together a reunion of Birmingham-area karaoke singers (our other vertical video of the week). From Steve Pennington.

Demo reel for Birmingham wedding band the Divines, filmed at Sidebar in Lakeview. From the Divines B’ham.

A 2016 visit to Old Sardis Missionary Baptist Church in Enon Ridge. From Dionne Whetstone.

Seven people shot at a teen party earlier this month at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From al.com.

David Sher, publisher of ComebackTown blog and co-founder of AmSher collection agency, on local TV show “Our Issues Birmingham.” From Our Issues Birmingham.

“Fighting the Void,” a documentary short about Birmingham boxer/MMA fighter Fred Weaver. From Callner Creates.

Joyce Barnes discusses her play “One Sunday in Birmingham” at the sixth annual Columbus Black Theatre Festival in July. The two-act work focuses on children in 1963 participating in the civil rights movement. From Julie Whitney Scott.

Salem, Mass., pop-rock group Brooks Young Band performs earlier this month at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From
Brooks Young Band.

Hip-hop artist Tiffany Foxx in June at Euphoria Sports Bar in Rising – West Princeton (our other other vertical video of the week). From Tiffany Foxx.

Listening to WAPI (1070 AM). From Local and DX Radio.

Monster Jam competition in a virtual Legacy Arena. From Eight-Bit Motorsports.

Touring the Renaissance Ross Bridge Golf Resort and Spa in Hoover. From Flow Fusion.

Rapper/producer J.T. the Bigga Figga (a k a Lox) in Birmingham. From TrapFlix.

A look back at summer sites across Birmingham. From Michael Canada.

Portland noise pop band Hxxs performs in June at the Spring Street Firehouse in Avondale. From Colors of Nights.

Commercial for 459 CrossFit gym in Bessemer. From 459 Crossfit.

College football: 1998 Iron Bowl at Legion Field. From Tim Bliss.

Commercial for Vulcan Media production company in Mountain Brook. From Vulcan Media.

Birmingham rapper Kay Xolani performs “No Hook.” From Kay Xolani Vevo.

Birmingham band Tragic City performs at August’s Taste of 4th Avenue Jazz Festival downtown. From What-dat?.

Promo for the Birmingham City Schools mobile app. From Pernell Allen.

Shawty Fatt, a k a Jerrico LaShawn Horton, performs at Zydeco on Southside (our other other other vertical video of the week). From UnderGround Booking UGB.

Wrestling: Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman at WWE Live earlier this month at Legacy Arena downtown (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Master of Muppets.

Ronda Rousey takes part in the eight-women tag team match. From Hm Gears.

The Shield tries a “triple powerbomb” on Dolph Ziggler (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Steel Chair.

Another angle on that bombed powerbomb. (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Wrestling Era.

Wrestler Kevin Owens hates Birmingham!! From the WWE Insider.

Sharing plans for the WWE show (our final vertical video of the week). From WWE Wrestling Fan.

Austin band GOAT and Your MOM performs earlier this month at the Nick on Southside. From J.J. Hoover.

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The Birmingham channel: Blazer film festival 2018

Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos, including eight short films from students in the UAB Media Studies program, 2018 edition (Vimeo channel) …

“If I Can’t Recall Your Name” by Ben Allen, Wendy Chen and Callie Cox.

A portrait of life with Alzheimer’s disease from caregivers, patients and others at the Caring for Adults through Respite, Enrichment and Socialization program.

“Sustained” by Jackson Ross and Savannah Snowden.

Portraits of environmentally sustainable practices in education, art and business.

“Around the World in 80 Steps” by Ohtra Awad, Chelsey Sanders and Katie Sherman.

Who knew Mexico, South Korea and Vietnam were neighbors? A portrait of three immigrant-owned restaurants all in one Green Springs strip mall.

“Riders: The Stories Behind the Rescues” by Rubayet Kamal and Vivek Singh.

Members of Fire Station No. 2 on Southside describe the calls that stay with them.

“We Are Southtown” by John Aiken and Hannah Bae.

Southtown Court residents are concerned about what will happen to them as their valuable land is redeveloped.

“What Brings You in Today?” by Tyler Huang, Garrett Jebeles and Kevin Lee.

Doctors discuss narrative medicine and the rewards and challenges of treating the whole person in today’s health system.

“Game Night” by Mitch Hoagland and Daniel Pinheiro.

A community of gamers on the joys of games without a screen as board games experience a resurgence.

“The Journey of the Kings” by Abayomi Mason-Robinson and Dawson Miles.

Nonprofit organization Growing Kings specializes in mentoring African-American boys and teens through school and after-school programs.

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Intro from July’s Motion X church student conference at Legacy Arena downtown. From Cole Riddle.

Talking with staffers at the Recovery Resource Center at Cooper Green Hospital on Southside. From Addiction Prevention Coalition.

Birmingham Volleyball Club 16 Pink team playing at the Hoover Met. From Amy Caldbeck.

Letting one loose at Walmart. From Large Marge.

Highlights from August’s Smart Cities Readiness Workshop at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Presentation from Amen Ra Mashariki, head of urban analytics at Esri, at the workshop. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Members of Kappa Omega Phi perform in August at Peyton Place Phase II in College Hills. From Kappa Omega Phi.

Trains in Irondale and downtown. From Porkchop the Railfan.

Bats in the attic seen through a gable vent. From Rid-a-Critter Inc.

Clearing out the gable vent to install a bat-proof trap. From Rid-a-Critter Inc.

A family trip to Liberty Park. From Tŏng Yé.

IndyCar racing at a virtual Barber Motorsports Park on “Grand Prix 3” as part of the International Formula Manager Championship. From JWF1.

Bloomington folk-punk artist Austin Lucas performs “Alone in Memphis” in August at Seasick Records in Crestwood. From Dharma Charisma.

Walking through LightRails downtown. From Buffett2010.

Def Leppard performs “Two Steps Behind” in August at Legacy Arena downtown. From K. Fergie.

Drone footage of a roof repaired after storm damage. From Home Rescue.

A brief stop in Birmingham before vacation in Destin. From Maika Madison.

Nashville country singer Jake Owen performs “The One That Got Away” in August at Regions Field downtown (our vertical video of the week). From Heather Bryant.

The UAB class of 2022. From UAB News.

Commercial for new downtown RealtySouth office. From RealtySouth.

Heading up to the Vulcan Vista room at Cobb Lane Bed and Breakfast in Five Points South (our other vertical video of the week). From Anna and Louise.

Plus, making new friends at Sleek Sports Bar in Five Points South. From Anna and Louise.

Getting treated at UAB Hospital. From Chelsie650.

Aveda Institute graduate Lindsey Griffin talks about her experiences. From Free Spirit Visions.

And graduate Kyle Guess on his experiences. From Free Spirit Visions.

Tribute to Henry Panion III, composer and UAB music professor, in August at the Heart and Soul: An Evening with Friends event. From Henry Panion.

Members of the Virginia Ice Theatre company rollerblade around downtown and Vulcan. From Virginia Ice Theatre of Fairfax.

Connecticut troupe Thomas/Ortiz Dance performs “From Birmingham to Baltimore,” a social justice piece comparing race relations in the 1960s and the current era. From Thomas/Ortiz Dance.

Talking with DC Blox at Innovation Week Birmingham in July. From DC Blox Marketing.

YouTuber Mikey Chen visits nonprofit organization KultureCity, Milo’s and Saw’s Soul Kitchen, with a cameo from Tuscaloosa boxer Deontay Wilder. From Mikey Chen.

Drone footage of Railroad Park downtown. From Christian Jordan.

Birmingham skateboarder Mark Eddings on the half-pipe. From Upton750.

Working on a new track (our other other vertical video of the week). From Lil Dee YouTube.

Atlanta’s Concorde Fire scores at August’s Liberty Cup Tournament in Vestavia Hills. From Jesse Cregar.

Apple recites the poem “The Ballad of Birmingham” by Dudley Randall (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Alicen Felder.

A trip to Birmingham for a doctor’s appointment, plus family fun at home. From Harley Loper.

Birmingham Barons’ Danny Mendick hits a two-run homer against the Jackson Generals in August at Regions Field downtown. From Minor League Baseball.

Commercial for Right at Home senior care agency in Vestavia Hills. From Right at Home.

Selfie at the BJCC fountain downtown. From Tammy Posey Lovell.

In the parking lot ready for a group ride. From U.B.L BikeLife #LongLiveZo.

Visiting the Bessemer Municipal Airport. From Hole in the Clouds.

Heading through town for some time at TopGolf in Uptown. From Hammereye 85.

Virgil “Duke” Beasley, cultural resource investigator at the University of Alabama, discusses his archaeological research which includes Rickwood Field. From Discovering Alabama.

College volleyball: Birmingham-Southern at West Alabama in August. From Brenda Luther.

“The Birmingham Doll Moms challenge Dianna when she is pushing the Babies to dance harder in this scene from ‘Three’s a Crowd’ [of Lifetime’s ‘Bring It!’].” From Lifetime.

The Dancing Dolls of Birmingham compete at the Buckdown Baby Showdown at Antioch High School in Nashville. From Dancing Dolls.

And more from the competition. From Diamond Ne’Chelle.

Dashcam footage of driving west on I-20/59 through Malfunction Junction to I-65 south. From Nick Payne.

Members of Corazón de Alabama perform in August at Overtime Bar and Grill in Oxmoor. From Amanda de la Cataleya.

Footage of footage, maybe (our final vertical video of the week). From JMC Enterprises.

College football: Key Crimson Tide plays in Notre Dame vs. Alabama in 1986 at Legion Field. From Dpjr Bentford.

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Wednesday, September 12th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Journey performs “Faithfully” in August at Legacy Arena downtown. From Wendy Dewberry.

Promo for comedian DeAnne Smith performing Thursday at the Stardome Comedy Club in Hoover (our vertical video of the week). From Scott Orr.

A hit in Birmingham (our other vertical video of the week). From Jason Singley.

Memphis rapper and Florence native Jo Kennek performs “I’m on It” at Luxe Ultra Lounge on Southside (our other other vertical video of the week). From Yvonda Jackson.

Wenonah High School wins $1,000 in the Litter Quitters Video Competition. From Santek Waste Services.

Wenonah’s winning entry. From Litter Quitters.

Singer Jesus Chairez performs “Palma Salazar” at Rancho el Centenario in Mt. Olive. From Randy Avalos.

Promo for August Worship Nights at King’s Way Church in Irondale. From King’s Way Church.

And footage of the event itself. From King’s Way Church.

Lura Denson, owner of Beezie’s Kitchen in Vestavia Hills, discusses her pre-existing condition. From Senator Doug Jones.

Summer vacation in Birmingham, with stops at the Outlet Shops of Grand River, Steel City Pops, Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Oak Mountain State Park and more. From Misssmakaylaaa.

EWTN founder Mother Angelica, a k a Rita Antoinette Rizzo, inducted in August into the Birmingham Business Hall of Fame. From D.B. Plowden.

Another inductee, Michael Calvert, former executive director of Operation New Birmingham. From D.B. Plowden.

One more inductee: Sister Mary Frances Loftin, former president and chief executive officer of St. Vincent’s Health System. From D.B. Plowden.

Checking out the monthly Saturday morning Magic City Octane at Brookwood Village. From the RPM Standard.

A look at new Cahaba Heights restaurant El ZunZún. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Commercial for the Maids of Birmingham in Homewood. From the Maids Birmingham.

Vagón Chicano performs “Palma Salazar” in August at Rancho el Centenario in Mt. Olive. From Espinoza Paz Lucy Flores.

A last day in Birmingham driving around (our final vertical video of the week). From William Rodriguez.

Showing a project at the “Women Who Code Birmingham Hackathon: Magic City Hacks” event in August at Alloy downtown. From Matt Jaeh.

Explaining the potential from Opportunity Zones. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Birmingham band St. Paul and the Broken Bones performs “Apollo” on Monday’s episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” From Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Birmingham Barons center fielder Luis Alexander Basabe hits a two-run shot against the Generals in August at the Ballpark at Jackson. From Minor League Baseball.

Wolfe performs at Club Volcano in Ensley. From Grind Media.

Promo for the Wild and Scenic Film Festival on Oct. 21 at the Red Mountain Theatre Company downtown. From Southern Exposure.

Talking about Yuren Chinese School in Vestavia Hills. From Tŏng Yé.

Parkour at UAB. From William Wortman.

Promo for Eng1ne Fitness in Brook Highland. From Chris Kizziah.

A nighttime trip to Vulcan. From Official Savvy Grace.

UAB student Sunsern Damronglaohapan from Thailand on his school. From Into Study.

Feature on Ensley’s Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School. From Alabama NewsCenter.

“The meaning of the Birmingham tragedy, 1963” with James Baldwin, Reinhold Niebuhr and Thomas Kilgore Jr. From Collectif James Baldwin.

Episode No. 160 of podcast “Run Birmingham” features Jeff Martinez of Trak Shak and Alex Morrow of Resolute Running Training Center discussing new gear. From Run Birmingham
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