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Vote 2016: General election, why the hell not?

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016
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Time to vote: Polls are open till 7 tonight for races at the local, state and national levels.

Vote 2016Q: 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 his site, StopVoterFraudNow.com.
  • And tell the probate court for Jefferson County (205-325-5203) or Shelby County (205-669-3713).
  • Nationwide: 866-OUR-VOTE (687-8683)
  • E-mail us at Vote2016[at]wadeonbirmingham.com.

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

A: Check out these sample ballots for each county.

You’re voting for president, U.S. Senator and Representative, state and county officials.

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

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The Birmingham channel: Wanderlust

Monday, October 24th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

A look at last week’s Race for the Cure 5k cancer fund-raiser at Linn Park downtown. From YNOT Images.

Phoenix corrido band Los Cuates de Sinaloa performs last week at Rancho El Centenario in Mt. Olive. From Djcherokee.

A debate on atheism and belief between authors Christopher Hitchens and David Berlinski, in 2010 at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Julia Vogel.

“Wow! One of the best consists of 2016! They stopped between Cahaba and Trussville, and the crew picked up some lunch at Hardee’s. As they left, they threw a brand new NS vest at me and Patrick (ThatoneRailfan02)! It sure was a great day!!” From Carson Bean.

Ramblin’ Ricky Tate and Maxwell Honeycup of Steel City Jug Slammers perform “Take Me Back Blues.” From Ramblin’ Ricky Tate.

DeAnna Fields performs “Cleopatra” at Rouge Tavern downtown. From Bernie Urban.

Intro to the 2016 Underground Horror Fest this past weekend at Oak Hill Cemetery. From Underground FilmFest.

Canadian TV performers Trailer Park Boys Thursday at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Smittyboyjosh.

“Linda’s garden, named after my mom in Birmingham.” From Krishawn Cockrell-Bandy.

Testimonial by Jason Harkins of Payroll and Benefit Solutions for Hoover’s Abacus IT Solutions. From Abacus IT Solutions.

The Birmingham Committee on Foreign Relations participates in a China town hall last week at the Florentine downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Driving through downtown and Southside. From Roger Bove.

Adam Eason of Cushman and Wakefield EGS Commercial Real Estate challenges businesses to invest in public art. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Birmingham rock band Riverbend performs “Cryin’ By Tonight” earlier this month at the Nick on Southside. From Riverbend.

Home for the weekend, driving around town. From Maggie Lemak.

Interview with Bessemer photographer and steelworker Larry O. Gay. From Max Shores.

Birmingham rappers Slick the Skeet perform earlier this month at the High Note on Southside. From Slick the Skeet.

Oak Mountain Presbyterian campus pastor Tom Franklin discusses outreach at Birmingham-Southern College. From Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church.

Interview with Birmingham Ghost Walk guide Edward Wolfgang Poe. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Shelly from Birmingham asks how to get paid fairly for her hair services. From Natasha Weston.

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Vote 2016: Sample ballots for Jefferson, Shelby County general election

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

We’re pretty sure these are the right ballots.

Vote 2016The State of Alabama reprinted 2.7 million ballots earlier this month after omitting language from one of the 14(!) amendments up for our consideration; Secretary of State John Merrill said he didn’t know what the blunder cost.

Anyway, download your sample ballot for Jefferson or Shelby County for the Nov. 8 general election. Good luck, Jefferson County residents: The 364-page PDF contains 91(!!) versions of the four-page ballot to correspond with various overlaps in federal, state, county and city districts.

Also, check out the Alabama Voter Guide, with voting procedures and frequently asked questions.

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

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Sample ballots for all 67 counties.

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Jefferson County

Shelby County

Alabama Voter Guide 2016

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The Birmingham channel: Women at the top

Monday, September 12th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Smitty visits the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Leeds. From CBRSmitty.

Lon Cullen rides the Blood Rock trail at Oak Mountain State Park (our vertical video of the week). From Kevin Willoughby.

One more ride.

Highlights from the Lobotomix hip-hop collective at August’s Secret Stages downtown. From Friction of Life.

Highlight reel for Mason Dillard, senior kicker/punter for Mountain Brook. From Mason Dillard.

Behind the scenes with rapper Y3 at T-Time Studios. From Christopher Mosley.

Promo for July’s Goulash Comedy Lunch at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From contactbuzzcomedy.

Mexican cumbia band Los Fugitivos perform “Corazon Corazoncito” in July at El Sol on Valley Avenue. From Homero Manriquez.

Madison, Wisc., guitarist Dan “Spiffy” Neuman performs “Hallelujah You’re Worthy” at July’s Gospel Music Workshop of America at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Dan “Spiffy” Neuman.

The Young and the Useless performs at the 2002 Furnace Fest at Sloss Furnaces. From maxcap60.

Dallas heavy metal band Hellyeah performs “Human” in June at Iron City on Southside. From Chad Martin.

Promo for Reach, Daxko’s annual customer conference held last weekend at the Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover. From Daxko.

Drone footage of the Statue of Liberty at Liberty Park in Vestavia Hills. From Kevin Henderson.

That time CBS 42 changed its noon newscast opening. From Daniel True.

The Car Chick races in a 24-hour enduro at Barber Motorsports Park for the woman-owned Eagle Racing Team. From the Car Chick.

Atlanta hip-hop artist Sawed Off Period performs in August at the Eastside Lounge in North Avondale. From Sawed Off Period.

Tena Payne of Leeds’ Earthborn Pottery discusses her craft. From Tommy V. Wier.

A moment at Oak Mountain State Park. From R Or.

Road trip to Atlanta, Charleston, Shreveport, Myrtle Beach and Birmingham. From Joe for Broke Films.

Drone footage of Electra at night. From Dunlap Productions.

The WWE2k16 Throwdown Showdown in virtual Birmingham. From Sneaky Knob Entertainment.

Getting a haircut and shooting pool. From Mario Mars.

Ramsey Whitney sings the National Anthem before the Birmingham Barons game (our other vertical video of the week). From Emmalie Whitney.

Duranguense band El Trono de México performs in August at Rancho El Centenario in Mt. Olive. From Homero Manriquez.

B and A Warehouse at August’s Soho Bridal Show in Homewood. From Main Street Productions.

And Homewood’s Happy Catering Company.

East Carolina’s road to the 2006 PapaJohns.com Bowl at Legion Field. From bluewaterpirate.

A look at August’s Liberty Cup Tournament in Vestavia Hills. From Carson Hickok.

Highlights from July’s Birmingham Corporate Challenge at Railroad Park. From Knight Eady.

Setting up Pokémon Go at the Birmingham Zoo. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Antoin Adams, who works at Hardee’s in Birmingham, on the fight for a $15 minimum wage. From RND0MPolitics 1.

Promo for the FlashPoint Disciple-Making Conference in January at Samford University. From First Colleyville.

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Monday, August 29th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Drone footage of Park Crest Event Facility in Hoover. From Genesis Media Solutions.

Drone footage of Southern Skeet and Trap Club in Irondale. From Charles Gaston.

Raleigh’s Re-Newed of the Carolinas performs at July’s Gospel Music Workshop of America at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Re-Newed … of the Carolinas.

The Birmingham Grotto trip in July to Gross-Skeleton Cave in Jackson County. From Dangerjudy.

Running around the base of the Statue of Liberty at Liberty Park. From TwYcH811.

A Birmingham love story. From Rolesa Jackson.

Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, Kevin Gates and Jhené Aiko perform in July at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From Shamar Drake.

Gospel musician Kirk Franklin performs in June at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From August C.

Birmingham rock group the Elliott Davis Band with Bo Flynn performs in July at Innisfree Pub in Lakeview. From Bama Gamblers.

Sulligent singer-songwriter Eric Roberts performs “The Blackbird” at Saturn in Avondale. From Eric Roberts Music.

Promo for Birmingham-based Mason Music lessons. From Mason Music Rocks.

Rocker Marilyn Manson performs in 2015 at Iron City on Southside. From Daisycutter X.

Train watching at Sloss Furnaces earlier this month. From Generic Railfan.

Promo for Nashville cover band PopCulture, including members from Birmingham. From Red Arctic Films.

Magic City Edge performs at the 9th annual Theatre on Ice National Competition in June at the Pelham Ice Arena. From Saxena Video Productions.

Bridal makeup by Tracey Philpott in Five Points West. From Elaine Jackson.

South African hard rock band Seether performs in October at Iron City (our vertical video of the week). From Daisycutter X.

Reader-submitted video: A look at the Firehouse Shelter, a nonprofit organization that serves the homeless downtown. From Firehouse Ministries.

Racing in the Southeast Cross Country Association’s July 7-hour motorcycle scramble in Gardendale. From DrtBikeMomma.

A Memphis couple visits the Tiny House Roadshow in July at the BJCC Exhibition Hall. From Favourite Human.

Episode 3 of Select My Space’s reality show parody “Apartment Lookers.” From Select My Space.

Members of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office on phone footage (our other vertical video of the week). From Papa Bear.

Birmingham singer Randi Beard performs “Papillon” at Ona’s Music Room at Pepper Place. From Randi Carwell.

Attendees perform the wave at July’s Motion 16 church student conference at Legacy Arena downtown. From AZKFNG. From AZKFNG.

Baton Rouge rapper Kevin Gates performs in July at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From Kris R.

An explosive demo during the Alabama Law Enforcement Explorer Advisor Association weeklong academy in June at the University of Montevallo. From 2016NLEEC.

A look at the Birmingham Fire and Rescue Service. From Alan Baker.

Recorded livestream of a wedding reception at Zamora Shrine Temple in Irondale. From Zachary Long.

A look at the Redmont Distilling Company in Lakeview. From Alabama NewsCenter.

R&B singer-songwriter Maxwell performs “Bad Habits” in July at the BJCC Concert Hall. From sherriamor1.

Talking with Heather Campbell of the Birmingham Police Department. From Alabama NewsCenter.

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Vote 2016: Municipal election results for Jefferson, Shelby Counties

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

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It’s an election day, but not the Election Day, across Alabama.

Mayoral race winners from today for cities in Jefferson and Shelby Counties:

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Adamsville: Pam Cairns Palmer
Alabaster: Marty Handlon
Argo: Betty M. Bradley
Brighton: Brandon Dean
Center Point: Tom Henderson
Cordova: Drew Gilbert
Fultondale: Jim Lowery
Harpersville: Don Greene
Homewood: Scott McBrayer
Hoover: Frank Brocato
Irondale: Charles Moore
Leeds: David Miller
Lipscomb: Brenda Renz
Midfield: Gary Richardson
Montevallo: Hollie C. Cost
Morris: Joe Pylant
Mulga: W. Keith Varner
Pelham: Gary Waters
Pinson: Hoyt Sanders
Pleasant Grove: Jerry Brasseale
Tarrant: Loxcil B. Tuck
Trafford: Lee Motes
Vestavia Hills: Ashley C. Curry
Warrior: Johnny Ragland
Westover: Larry Riggins
Wilton: Jessica Smitherman Martin

Runoffs:

  • Chelsea: Dale Neuendorf and Tony Picklesimer
  • Fairfield: Edward May II and Johnnie Wyatt
  • Graysville: Clark Julio Davis and Mary Sue Morgan
  • Hueytown: Delor Baumann and Steve Ware
  • Trussville: Buddy Choat and Anthony Montalto

Runoffs take place Oct. 4.

The general election takes place Nov. 8.

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Vote 2016: Municipal elections today

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

Voting, by Liz West

Surprise. You may be voting for your city officials today without realizing it.

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Polls open at 7 a.m. in 50 towns across Jefferson and Shelby Counties. Voters will select mayors and council members in these municipal races.

The precincts close at 7 p.m. Runoff races, if needed, will be held on Oct. 4.

Cities in Jefferson and Shelby Counties holding elections today:

Adamsville
Alabaster
Argo
Brighton
Brookside
Calera
Cardiff
Center Point
Chelsea
Clay
Columbiana
Cordova
County Line
Fairfield
Fultondale
Gardendale
Graysville
Harpersville
Hayden
Helena
Homewood
Hoover
Hueytown
Indian Springs Village
Irondale
Kimberly
Leeds
Lipscomb
Maytown
Midfield
Montevallo
Moody
Morris
Mountain Brook
Mulga
North Johns
Pelham
Pinson
Pleasant Grove
Sumiton
Sylvan Springs
Tarrant
Trafford
Trussville
Vestavia Hills
Vincent
Warrior
Westover
Wilsonville
Wilton

The madness that is the national Election Day is Nov. 8.

Also:

Video: WIAT-42 report on last week’s Hoover mayoral forum

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The Birmingham channel: 500,000 seconds of summer

Monday, August 15th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Scenes from Vacation Bible School. From Luz Clemente.

Time-lapse footage of summer clouds from Red Mountain. From DikByrd.

Stock footage of Birmingham’s skyline available for use from CNN. From CNN.

Driving along I-20. From Herro HD Videos.

Los Angeles rock band Hey Violet performs “I Can Feel It” in July at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From Grayce Redwine.

Brazilian jazz singer Pericles Emmanuel performs “Rabaz de Bem” in his kitchen in Vestavia Hills. From Kiki Mode.

Peter J. Leithart of Birmingham’s Theopolis Institute speaks on “Gospel as Atonement Theory: The Jesus of History and the Christ of the Cross” in February at Baylor University Honors College. From Baylor Honors College.

Australian rock band 5 Seconds of Summer performs “Jet Black Heart” in July at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre. From Chloe Elizabeth.

Time-lapse footage from Railroad Park of a July afternoon storm rolling into downtown Birmingham. From ABC-33/40.

Birmingham members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints at Hulaco Youth and Family Camp in Morgan County. From Rachael Joyce.

Alabama Prophetic Roundtable and Statewide Gathering in July at King’s Way Church in Irondale. From King’s Way Church.

Nat Jackson homegoing in July. From Scott King.

Brazilian jiu-jitsu basics class highlights. From Lion Heart Martial Arts Academy.

Hot Rod Madness visits the 7th annual Park in the Park Antique Car Show in July at Avondale Park. From Tim Bearden.

Biking in July. From Jeff McCord.

“Clean Inside” at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in the North Pratt neighborhood. From Kajbass.

Mobile lifestyle blogger Mrs. Erica tours the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Mountain Brook during a business trip. From Mrs. Erica.

Rasheed Alhajeri’s patient testimonial for Dr. Kenneth Bramlett at the Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Clinic of Alabama in Vestavia Hills. From Finditbham.com.

Music video for “Pack It Up” by Birmingham pop band Dommel Mosel. From Adam Measel.

Alabama Power crew working at night to restore power to North Birmingham. From Panorama Computer Services.

Birmingham Bolts at Las Vegas Outlaws in Week No. 7 of the XFL in 2001. From Tony Mollick.

Interview with Jermaine Seoposenwe, member of the Samford team and South Africa’s women’s football team, the Banyana Banyana. From CCTV Africa.

Promo for the Gospel Mix Tour in July at the Sheraton Birmingham. From Blockbuster Showdown.

Visiting Atlanta, Cleveland and Ann Arbor after starting at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From Kome Gaming.

Chattanooga Lookouts vs. Birmingham Barons recap in baseball cards. From Big Orange TTM.

Speaking to staff at Crest Cadillac of Birmingham and Mercedes-Benz of Birmingham, both in Hoover. From Chris Rogers.

The Birmingham Boys Choir — along with members of the Chattanooga Boys Choir and Cincinnati Boychoir — performs “A Little Pretty Bonny Lass” in June at Vestavia Hills United Methodist Church. From Birmingham Boys Choir.

A look at private home concert series Small Stages. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Music video for “Pray” from Birmingham rapper Photo Slim. From Photo Slim BFC.

Arden Blackwell of Ensley Alive describes the power of art. From Birmingham Museum of Art.

Prosperity gospel program dfree at the Christian Education Congress, National Baptist Convention, in June at the BJCC Meeting Rooms. From My dfree.

Chattanooga Roller Girls at Tragic City Rollers in July at Zamora Shrine Temple in Irondale. From PCP Gives You Wheels!

Brandon Russell on “Performance Tooling in Visual Studio 2015” at July’s Birmingham .NET meeting at Samford University. From Birmingham .NET Meetup.

Interview with Birmingham comedian Lady B, a k a Stephanie Byrd. From Elmore Management.

A new statue of Willie Mays serves as a tribute to Don Logan, owner of the Birmingham Barons. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Talking with Greg Wingo of Tech Birmingham and Sloss Tech. From Hark.

Slam dunk contest between J.D. Williams and Dooley Petty in May at Woodlawn High. From AL.com.

Spring kickball match between the Wolf of Ball Street and the Brew Jays at George Ward Park in the Glen Iris neighborhood. From Brett Burkholder.

Mexican band Grupo Bryndis performs in May at El Sol on Valley Avenue. From Homero Manriquez.

Car crash on I-20 [at 2:06]. From Pluto Max.

Dancing to “Toxic” at March’s Showstopper competition at the Sheraton Birmingham. From Eagles Landing Dance Center Videos.

Independence Day road trip to Birmingham includes Birmingham Zoo, fireworks and the UAB Summer Band. From Caleb Ramey.

Pennsylvania hard rock band Crobot performs “Hold on for Dear Life” in July at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Corigan69.

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The Birmingham channel: Chasing bubbles

Monday, August 8th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Bengali news channel 24 Ghanta visits the Khadi stall to visit with musician Surojit Chatterjee of the band Bhoomi at July’s Bangamela at Shades Valley High School in Irondale. From Sayantan Das Adhikari.

The return (our vertical video of the week). From Nikko Jackson.

A report from 24 Ghanta on the Birmingham Museum of Art. From 24 Ghanta.

Ripcord Bamaboy A-Day Party featuring DJ New Era and Firehouse at Club M in Graymont. From Gregory Charles.

Promotional video for Weather Guard Metal Roofing in Irondale. From WGRoofs.

Laura Huckabee-Jennings, CEO of Huntsville consulting firm Transcend, gives the opening keynote at May’s PowHERful Summit at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Transcend.

Hanging out with the grandparents. From Dallas Georgia.

Highlight reel from the 2009 National Speech and Debate Awards in Birmingham. From Aftermontana.

The Pants Store’s 2016 Summer Lifestyle Lookbook, shot on Lake Martin. From Pants Store.

Career Concept’s Marlene Wallace works with Frankly Speaking Communications’ Donna Francavilla for media training. From Donna Francavilla.

Jordan Whisenhunt of Mercedes-Benz of Birmingham in Hoover on Independence Day. From Mercedes-Benz of Birmingham.

Trains from the first half of 2016. From the Suited Cat Productions.

Saint Louis Theatre on Ice performs at the 9th annual Theatre on Ice National Competition in June at the Pelham Ice Arena. From Nick Neuberger.

Auburn country singer Charlie Muncaster performs in October at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Jerry W. Henry.

Chuck E. Cheese performs “Nothing Like a Walk” at the Inverness restaurant. From Bigmyke0913.

Busking on Southside. From Gibril Davies.

Randy and Anna visit the Tip Top Grill in the Bluff Park neighborhood of Hoover. From Randy and Anna.

Parker Briggs batting at July’s Top 96 baseball clinic at Birmingham-Southern (our other vertical video of the week). From Michael Briggs.

Outside the Red Mountain water works tunnel. From MrTropics64.

Watching the train go by. From CSXQ614.

Highlights from Aviate hat company’s 1-year anniversary party in June at Saturn in Avondale. From Crooked Tree Productions.

Reporter Lauren Walsh makes a new friend while waiting to report live from a housing community in July. From ABC-33/40.

Compilation of videos, including driving through downtown. From Alabama Pickers.

Highlights from the 2016 Barry-Guyton family reunion in July. From Oscar Guyton.

Driving south on I-65. From FlightStayScanner.com.

Missouri rock band Shaman’s Harvest performs “In Chains” in June at Iron City on Southside. From Tara Thompson.

Promo for August fund-raiser Vino and Van Gogh for United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Birmingham. From UCP Birmingham.

Chaos at a crime scene in 1997. From Matthew Cipolla.

A look at Cars and Coffee at Hoover Tactical Firearms. From Hobie’s Concepts.

Music video for “Double Up” by Tuscaloosa rapper Bama Loc, filmed in Birmingham and Tuscaloosa. From Boss Level Entertainment.

A meeting at Jim ‘N Nick’s BBQ Restaurant in Five Points South (our other other vertical video of the week). From Fredred Jones.

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The Birmingham channel: Super deluxe heat wave edition

Monday, August 1st, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Firing a Glock on the shooting range at the Steel Challenge, Brock’s Gap Training Center in Hoover. From Thomas Wright.

Grupo Exterminador performs at a rodeo in Birmingham. From Wisin Toribio.

Birmingham musician Justin Gannon performs “Baba O’Riley” at the Light the Night fund-raising walk in Huntsville (our vertical video of the week). From Kathy Rainwater.

Computer simulation of a game between the New Orleans Saints and the USFL’s Birmingham Stallions. From Dennis Crowley.

Let’s Play session from Birmingham YouTube gamer Epic Dan22 on “Destiny.” From Epic Dan22.

“Fultondale: A house was set alight on 1300 block of Old Walker Chapel Road, north of Birmingham, after neighbors reported that lightning struck the house on June 27. One person was in the house at the time, but no injuries were reported. Courtesy of Robert West.” From Storyful News.

“Martin Luther King, Charles Billups, and the Miracle March in Birmingham: A Daughter (Helene Rene Billups Baker) Tells Her Story.” Filmed in February at the Tempe campus of Arizona State University. From Arizona State University – English.

A look at the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church through Minecraft. From MrMinecraft5318.

Drone footage of Vulcan at night. From New Recollections.

Birdies at the airport. From Maniac Mike.

Juneteenth Celebration at Birmingham Civil Rights Institute downtown. From Courtney Chandler.

Driving to and competing in the June’s Magic City Mega Bowl. From Josh Rhoads.

Rapping onstage (our other vertical video of the week). From 205Eye Candy.

Driving to Brookwood Baptist Health hospital in Homewood. From Koke Hernandez.

Denver’s Ice Theatre of the Rockies performs at the 9th annual Theatre on Ice National Competition in June at the Pelham Ice Arena. From Chubafelix Spamcatcher.

Scenes from the “Ghetto Gumbo” release party by Birmingham native and rapper Goldmouth, at Cresendo Bar and Lounge on Southside. From Gregory Charles.

Promotional video for Total Alloy Steel Service Company in the Oxmoor neighborhood of Birmingham. From TASSCO.

Demo reel for ABC-33/40 reporter Lauren Walsh. From Lauren Walsh.

Promo for July’s Next Level Football Camp at Legion Field with Jeremy Towns and Nick Williams of the Kansas City Chiefs. From Picture This Media Group.

Birmingham punk band Bad Example performs in June at Spice World in Hattiesburg, Miss. From TLLYHC.

Markini Bangla performs “Sohorer Ushnotomo Dine” at July’s Bangamela at Shades Valley High School in Irondale. From Shamikgayen.

Black Lives Matter protest in July at Kelly Ingram Park downtown (our other other vertical video of the week). From Time Ending.

More from the protest. From al.com.

Birmingham show “Special People and Places” visits Rickwood Field. From Larry and Margaret Lee.

Brad Keselowski, 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion and three-time Talladega winner, races on a cooler in April outside Dreamland Bar‑B‑Que on Southside (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Brad Keselowski.

“The Other Side” observes Day 21 of Ramadan. From Zahir-Taj Zakir.

Houston singer-songwriter Hayes Carll and Austin singer Emily Gimble perform “Another Like You” in June at Saturn in Avondale (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Rachel Evans.

Time-lapse footage of landing in Birmingham. From Donald Barger.

Brent Ingram performs at open-mic night at the Stardome Comedy Club in Hoover (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Angie Ingram.

Charlotte hip-hop violinist Daniel D. performs at June’s Jazz in the Park event at East Lake Park. From Daniel Davis.

Memphis lacrosse player packs for a Birmingham tournament. From Bluff City Stringing.

Jamming on gospel at the Guitar Center in Hoover. From Scott Shorr.

Preston Goldfarb conducts his final soccer camp at Birmingham-Southern College after 31 years. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Global Movement Project circus troupe. From Leisha Knight.

The 1967 Iron Bowl at Legion Field, the first night game of the series. From Bama Rewind.

Racing by with a flag (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Fast Religion Racing.

A look inside the Red Mountain Bald Eagle iron ore mine. From MrTropics64.

The Pixies perform “Gouge Away” in 2015 at Iron City on Southside. From treser62.

A lone CSX engine rolls by. From Devin Turner.

Chicagoland Ice Theatre performs “The Addams Family” at the 9th annual Theatre on Ice National Competition in June at the Pelham Ice Arena. From Caysie Reuter.

Erick Rowan with Luke Harper and Braun Strowman vs. the Big Show at February’s WWE Monday Night Raw at Legacy Arena downtown. From Marpando Pando.

Driving I-65 to I-22 through a storm. From Aleksa Curcic.

George Wehby of the Lion Heart Martial Arts Academy shares his daily vLog Mindset Minute. From Lion Heart Martial Arts Academy.

Allison Black-Cornelius leads a tour of the Greater Birmingham Humane Society’s Homewood facility. From Insouth Production.

Dr. Michael Bivins of Urology Centers of Alabama demonstrates the ileal conduit procedure using robotic surgery. From Urology Center of Alabama.

Driving through a flash flood area. From WIAT-42.

A look at the Freelife Experience Tour in June at New Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church in the Brown Springs neighborhood. From Luke Garison.

Demo reel for Darrell Leonard, a director, writer and producer from Birmingham, living in Los Angeles. From Darrell Leonard.

The Peoria Pirates vs. Birmingham Steeldogs in a 2004 arena football match at the BJCC Arena. From Arena Football Fan.

Promo for July’s Young Professionals Summit. From Alabama Media Group.

Cycling around downtown. From William Green.

Peeking in on the fifth grade graduation ceremony at Adamsville Elementary (our final vertical video of the week). From Scmehthatifitcool.

Behind the scenes at T Jae Tha 6th Man’s recording session at Audiostate 55 in Woodlawn. From Christopher Mosley.

Tuscaloosa’s Ro dancing in downtown Birmingham. From Fred.

The Camp NOW Civil Rights Tour visits Birmingham, including the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, 16th Street Baptist Church and Sloss Furnaces, along with stops in Montgomery. From the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change.

Watching trains in Irondale, Trussville and the Lakeview district. From Restricting Signal Productions.

Commercial for Birmingham comedian Bennie Mac. From Elkinski Design.

Photojournalist Wanda Benvenutti speaks during the opening night of “Wanda Benvenutti’s American Boricua: Puerto Rican Life in the United States” in November at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute downtown. From American Boricua.

Hunter and Annie Moore’s first dance. From FilmTone Media.

Magic City Edge, the Birmingham Figure Skating Club’s new Theater on Ice Team, performs at the 9th annual Theatre on Ice National Competition in June at the Pelham Ice Arena. From Saxena Video Productions.

A look in side the Red Mountain eastern iron ore mine. From MrTropics64.

Alabama metal band Hexxus performs in July at Saturn in Avondale. From Nikki Steele.

Lynyrd Skynyrd performs “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Free Bird” during its 1987 Tribute Tour at the BJCC Arena downtown. From Ktwebbdevil.

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The Birmingham channel: The sporting life, summer edition

Monday, July 25th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Drone footage of June’s Slide the City waterslide in Vestavia Hills. From Kevin Henderson.

Promo for a Birmingham roofing contractor. From Magic Mama Marketing.

The Birmingham Bolts defeat the New York/New Jersey Hitmen 19-12 in its first XFL victory in February 2001 at Giants Stadium. From Tony Mollick.

North Carolina State vs. Rutgers in the 2008 PapaJohns.com Bowl at Legion Field. From One-Hour Football.

Birmingham singer Jennifer Moriel performs “Feelings” (our vertical video of the week). From Jennifer Rainey.

Biking to Miss Myra’s in June. From Jeff McCord.

The Lakeshore Foundation provides a training ground and a home for the U.S. wheelchair rugby team in Homewood. From Team USA.

Visiting the Home Depot (our other vertical video of the week) for Fast Religion Racing motorcycle parts in Ensley. From Fast Religion Racing.


Plus, first customer at Fast Religion Racing.

Reaction to the Supreme Court decision on DACA and DAPA by Birmingham organizations Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama and Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice. From Latino News.

Bull riding at June’s Birmingham Black Rodeo at Legacy Arena downtown. From WTUG-FM 92.9.

The Paralympic movement’s home in Birmingham. From Team USA.

Takeoff on a sunny day from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From Mohammad Shalabi Abdelgawwad.

One hour of train footage. From tjtrainzCSX.

Birmingham Hammers at Memphis City in June. From Memphis City FC.

Promo video for the Tannehill Promenade shopping center, with drone footage. From Kyle Stonis.

“Moonlight Sonata” at the Christ Church School of Fine Arts 2016 recital in the Valleydale area of Hoover. From Christ Church Fine Arts.

Hanging out with Mario Addison of the Carolina Panthers. From Yeoli Livunts.

Banda Clave Nueva performs in June at El Mega Sol nightclub on Valley Avenue (our other other vertical video of the week). From Jazmine Cruz.

A look at Hotel Highland in Five Points South (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Michael Somers.

Hitting the thrift stores, plus a visit to see parents Birmingham. From Alabama Pickers.

Drone footage of a Birmingham elementary school group’s marine science retreat in Gulf Shores. From Gulf Shores Beach Retreat.

Birmingham R&B singer Erykah J and the Band performs “Call My Name” at April’s Magic City Art Connection in Linn Park. From Erykah J. Music.

Teeing off at the 16th annual Greystone Invitational in June in Hoover. From Dale Gorham.

Controversy over a private gym at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From WIAT-42.

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The Birmingham channel: The main events

Monday, July 18th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Taking off from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport for Dallas-Fort Worth (our vertical video of the week). From Nick Wilde.

Dr. William Hedden performs a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) and a hernia repair operation at Hedden Plastic Surgery in the Lee Branch neighborhood of Hoover (our other vertical video of the week). From Hedden Plastic Surgery.

A World Changers mission team from South Carolina’s Green Sea Baptist Church heading to Birmingham for the summer. From JBizzleChristiandude.

Birmingham band St. Paul and the Broken Bones performing in June at the Trinity Centre in Bristol, England. From Bob Goff.

Riding a waterslide at Slide the City in June in Vestavia Hills. From PiDelta524.

Benga Harrison, director of Hands on Birmingham, discusses the importance of volunteering. From United Way.

Admiring the summer beauty of Oak Mountain State Park. From R Or.

A trip to a Birmingham Barons game. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Looking out from the Vulcan observation tower. From Joseph Girgente.

A look at William and Amy’s house on the HGTV show “My House Is Worth What?” From Jalete Nelms.

National Speech and Debate Association 2013 awards video, held in Birmingham. From Aftermontana.

The Texas A&M’s 1985 season opener against Alabama at Legion Field. From Bama Rewind.

Time-lapse footage of the Father’s Day sunset. From DikByrd.

Behind the scenes with the male step team from Houston’s Windsor Village United Methodist Church at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. From dannyboyakadboy11.

The Willie J. Perry Foundation and Birmingham’s Batman. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Mariah Pearson at June’s Birmingham Thunderbolts Five-Star Exposure Tournament in south Alabama. From August Pearson.

About to go bowling in Trussville (our other other vertical video of the week). From G. Wilson.

Starting up the Birmingham A.G. Gaston Enrichment Program for students. From Atlanta’s Resource for Entertainment and Arts.

Birmingham singer-songwriter Danielle Lea Davis performs at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Jerry W. Henry.

Full moon in June. From Williams Lopez.

Highlight reel for Hueytown’s Catlin Carter, point guard/shooting guard for Ramsay High. From Street Light Recruiting.

Checking out Birmingham, including Lightrails and Uptown. From Devin Dunkin.

New Orleans rock band Cowboy Mouth performs in June at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Matt Butler.

Regular Guy Eat’n Food visits Eugene’s Hot Chicken food truck. From Josh Byers.

Gospel songs “Nobody Like You Lord” and “He’s Able” at True House of Prayer Baptist Church in North Birmingham. From Jarrell Jordan.

Fireworks at Regions Field in 2015. From Casey Jones.

Michigan hardcore band Spitback performs in June at the High Note on Southside. From Bent Photography Ohio.

J.C. Blakely of ProAssurance in Birmingham gives a testimonial for Future Vision Energy. From Future Vision Energy.

Celebrating Go Skateboarding Day on June 21. From Dylon Boyd.

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo at Sol Azteca in Vestavia Hills. From Kevin Sarabia.

The Samford A Cappella Choir performs “Deep River” at May’s International Choir Festival and Competition in Lithuania. The group won Grand Prix in the event. From Lithuania Choir Festivals.

A flight simulation from Birmingham to Atlanta. From Musical Aviator.

A closer look at the World Changers mission trip in June. From World Changers.

Exploring a double-shaft iron ore mine on Red Mountain in Bessemer. From MrTropics64.

Alabama Hornets beat the Birmingham Bulls 72-63 in the second annual O.B. Kings Father’s Day Classic in Huntsville. From the Cluxton Breakdown.

Working out at Railroad Park downtown. From Kristen Osborne.

Dinosaur looking for trouble at the Birmingham Zoo (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Jacob Brooks.

Macon, Ga., rock band Madre Padre performs “Just a Taste” in June at the Nick on Southside. From Cameron Latham.

Dr. Chris LaGanke, of Cullman, on “Patient Self-Advocacy Through Knowledge” in May at the Birmingham Marriott. From MS Views and News Learning Channel.

Heading south on I-65 to west on I-20/59. From Big Rig Travels Video Vault.

Maryland rapper Logic performs “Fade Away” Saturday at the Sloss Music and Arts Festival (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From James Lasseter.

Tuscaloosa’s Deontay Wilder fights Chris Arreola Saturday at Legacy Arena. From Boxing News and Fights.

Drone footage of a Birmingham suburb at sunset. From David R..

Race report from Hayden Gillim in June at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Suzuki Cycles.

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The Birmingham channel: The saga continues

Monday, July 11th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …


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Drone footage of Independence Day fireworks in Birmingham. From the Hen Men.

Tribute band Brit Floyd performs “Signs of Life” and “Learning to Fly” in June at the BJCC Concert Hall (our vertical video of the week). From Nana K. Roberts.

Revolution performs “One Love” at June’s Magic City Caribbean Festival in Linn Park downtown (our other vertical video of the week). From Central Alabama Caribbean American Organization.

Michigan hard rock band Pop Evil performs in May at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham (our other other vertical video of the week). From Lisa Marie Woodard.

Dancing at the Crossplex in Five Points West. From Paul Rivers.

Birmingham Christian metal band I Am Terrified performs “May Kills the Calendar” in June at Zydeco on Southside. From Leda Brigid.

Drone footage of lightning at night. From New Recollections.

“Michelangelo’s God and Jesus’ Abba: The aspects of the Divine Father in celebration of Father’s Day, a practice session of a Sunday lesson to be presented at Many Roads Spiritual Community” in Avondale. From Terry Price Ware.

Watching the trains in Heflin, Leeds and the Lakeview district of Birmingham. From Restricting Signal Productions.

UAB at North Texas in 1995. From NSME Sports Center.

What it takes to be a Birmingham police officer. From Birmingham Police Department.

Birmingham singer-songwriter Alexa Rankin performs “Gone.” From A. Faith Photo.

Birmingham artists Yayojugg and YF Tadoe on upcoming projects. From Official Yayojugg.

Tuscaloosa progressive rock band CBDB performs “A1A” in June at Zydeco. From Live and Listen.

Watching June’s Honda Superbike Showdown at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Robert Davis.

Demo reel for John Rockett, videographer for ABC-33/40. From Johnny Rockett.

Los Angeles singer-songwriter Kevin Sandbloom performs at the Ensley Jazz House. From Naima Scales.

The Florida Gators Birmingham Bowl breakfast in 2015 at Legion Field. From John Deaver Films.

A look at the Kids Mercedes Marathon. From Mercedes-Benz Marathon Weekend.

A trip for bloggers and vloggers to the Autobahn Indoor Speedway in Bessemer. From MotoMustard.

Almost late for curfew at October’s Alabama Joint Leadership Development Conference at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Bookworm Bones Official.

The male step team from Houston’s Windsor Village United Methodist Church competes in Birmingham. From dannyboyakadboy11.

Scenes from June’s Gay Pride Parade in Lakeview. From Chubbs Jackson.

Promo for Saturday’s Birmingham Corporate Challenge at Railroad Park downtown. From Knight Eady.

Dancing onstage at May’s Funk Fest at Legion Field! From Rob Billups.

A trip to Birmingham Cars and Coffee in June at Hoover Tactical Firearms. From Generic Car Channel.

Birmingham rock trio GT performs in March at Saturn in Avondale. From This Ol’ Thing Vintage Sales and Estate Services.

Music video for “Burning in Birmingham” by New York singer Amy Léon. From Amy Léon.

A prototype for the Birmingham Art Association website. From Josie Coffman.

Omni Cocx performs “Don’t Stop Believing” at the Central Alabama Pride after party in June at Our Place on Southside (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Omni Cocx.

Promo for Prescott House Child Advocacy Center on Southside and Clay House Children’s Center in Bessemer. From Prescott House Child Advocacy Center.

The 41st Street South railroad crossing in Avondale. From Free Brick Productions.

“Weird Al” Yankovic performs “The Saga Begins” in June at the BJCC Concert Hall, accompanied by Stormtroopers from the Alabama Garrison of the 501st Legion. From Joshua Rackley.

A 1993 episode of “Women’s Perspective,” with an interview of Cindy Moseley. From jenandlaw.

Wrestling match featuring El Satanico and Rekij vs. Kornbread and Taters, at Solid Rock Church in Pinson. From Joshua Rekij.

Another match, Johnny Swinger vs. Joshua Rekij. From Joshua Rekij.

Hiking the 50-mmile Blood Rock Trail at Oak Mountain State Park (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From David Tosch.

Highlights from the Inline Electric Supply Co. June open house in Lakeview. From Inline Electric Supply Co..

A trip to Birmingham, including the zoo and Oak Mountain State Park. From Jack Henry.

Cincinnati metal band By Force performs in June at the High Note on Southside. From Bent Photography Ohio.

“The Doll,” a play by Tasha Paley about the 1963 Birmingham Children’s Crusade, performed in June at New York’s Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture. From Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture.

Picking berries (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Tabitha Hunter.

Always someone to sour the pride festivities … From E.J. Love.

L.A. rock band Sixx:A.M. performs in May at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Lisa Marie Woodard.

Skateboarding around town. From Scenario Bham.

Columbus, Ohio, metal band Bonehead performs in June at the High Note on Southside. From Bent Photography Ohio.

Lightning at night in June near downtown. From ABC-33/40.

An update from Birmingham hip-hop artist Living Lawless (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Living Lawless.

Puerto Rico-based reggaeton singer Arcángel performs in June at El Sol on Valley Avenue (our final vertical video of the week). From Roger Ortiz.

Dancing to “Blackbird” at March’s Showstopper competition at the Sheraton Birmingham. From Eagles Landing Dance Center Videos.

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Monday, July 4th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Boz Scaggs performs “Look What You’ve Done to Me” in May at the Lyric Theatre downtown (our vertical video of the week). From Sally Shelton.

Highlights from the 1992 game between Louisiana Tech and Alabama at Legion Field. From Bama Rewind.

A homemade look at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From The Airplane Channel.

New York Gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello performs “Saboteur Blues” in June at Iron City on Southside. From Mdash Evsky.

Blues jam at Ranelli’s Deli on Southside. From 6 String Mike.

Drone footage of Sloss Furnaces. From Jared White.

Music video for “Built Like This.” From New Alabama.

Tapping to “The Detectives” at March’s Showstopper competition at the Sheraton Birmingham. From Eagles Landing Dance Center Videos.

Lee Smith news photography reel for ABC-33/40. From Lee Smith.

Celine Dion performs in 2009 at the BJCC Arena. From Lydia Miranda.

BWB, made up of Rick Braun, Kirk Whalum and Norman Brown, perform at June’s Steel City Jazz Festival in Linn Park downtown. From ZlenZ Media.

A glimpse of Birmingham Cars and Coffee in June at Hoover Tactical Firearms. From Thesouthernkid115.

Hot pursuit along First Avenue South in Woodlawn. From Jeff McCord.

A paper prototyping exercise (our other vertical video of the week). From Josie Coffman.

Promo for the YMCA of Greater Birmingham’s Safety Around Water Initiative. From Birmingham YMCA.

Huntsville choreographer Brian Seth Johnson visits Woodlawn for an all-styles dance battle. From Brian Seth.

Highlights from June’s Superbike racing at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Chadd.

North Carolina rock/Americana band Avett Brothers perform “Paranoia in B-Flat Major” in 2012 at Boutwell Auditorium downtown (our other other vertical video of the week). From Guy Phillips.

Country singer Blake Shelton performs “Neon Light” in January at Iron City on Southside (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Sally Shelton.

Nashville country group A Thousand Horses performs “Smoke” in April at Tin Roof in Lakeview. From Sally Shelton.

Time-lapse footage of the sunset from the West Valley Avenue area of Red Mountain. From DikByrd.

Finding veins in patients with an infrared headset. From Birmingham Alabama.

Birmingham group Iron Giant Percussion performs “six-five-four” in April at the Hoover Library Theatre. From Birmingham Art Music Alliance.

Nashville country singer-songwriter Brandy Clark performs “Crazy Women” in May at Tin Roof (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Sally Shelton.

Interview with Jonathan Nelson, general manager of the Birmingham Barons. From Alabama NewsCenter.

The Impact Memorial Day tour visits Birmingham, New Orleans and Houston. From Evan Hara.

Guitarist Buckethead performs in June at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Jay Burnham.

Drone footage of Mountainside Apartments on Southside. From Alan Diez.

More drone footage from the area.

Nashville singer Nikki Alva performs “I Still Believe” with her father Jay Franco y Su Orquesta in October at Fiesta in Linn Park. From Nikki Alva.

Meeting Hoover YouTube star Ricky Dillon. From Qveen Bree.

Hanging out in Five Points South (our final vertical video of the week). From Michael Tyus.

California-based singer-songwriter Gerardo Ortíz performs in June at El Mega Sol on Valley Avenue. From Jazmine Cruz.

Drone footage of Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Oxmoor Valley. From Brandon Redding, EyeSea.

Steve Hartline wins Regions Bank’s June Better Life Award. From Regions Financial.

How the Air National Guard refuels planes mid-flight. From 117th Air Refueling Wing.

Maze featuring Frankie Beverly performs at June’s Steel City Jazz Festival in Linn Park. From Jones Boys Promotions.

Chapel Hill tribute band Who’s Bad performs “Rock With You” in April at Iron City. From Michael L. Porter.

North Carolina band The Cloud of Unknowing performs in June in Five Points South. From the Cloud of Unknowing.

A hike at Red Mountain Park. From Matt Krantz.

British soul jazz guitarist Chris Standring performs “Ready Steady Flow” in June at the Carver Theatre downtown for Jazz in the Park. From Fast Freddy.

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Monday, June 27th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Van Halen performs in 1992 at the BJCC Arena. From WillSalas CymbalMaker.

Montage of animals at the Birmingham Zoo. From Adrien Tillman.

Riding the interstate through Birmingham at night on a Suzuki. From Demetrius Matthews.

A look at 8 Ball and MJG, SOS Band and Silk performing at Funk Fest in May at Legion Field. From iPUSH magazine.

Music video for “Trenches” by Neno Hoodz and Ceo Chino Marley. From Ceo Chino Marley.

Motorcycles at a memorial (our vertical video of the week). From Amy Taff.

Hip-hop artist JawGa Boi performs at Seven Lounge in Fairfield (our other vertical video of the week). From Redd Foxx.

Highlights from April’s Sports and Entertainment Industry Symposium at the Hilton Perimeter Park. From Tahiera Monique Brown.

A school presentation on the 1963 bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. From 4/5 League of Superheroes.

Touring a scenic downtown alley. From Discord Williams.

Orange County hip-hop violinist Josh Vietti performs “Magic City” at Jazz in the Park at Huffman High. From Josh Vietti.

Jeremy Talbot demonstrates cable skiing on the course at Flip Side Watersports in Oak Mountain State Park. From Scott Elliot.

In the wake of hoarders (our other other vertical video of the week). From Bahiyaa Nur.

Birmingham-based Allman Brothers tribute band Eat a Peach performs “Don’t Keep Me Wondering.” From Chuck B.

Time-lapse footage of moving day from St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Vestavia Hills to Greensboro Elementary School and the Boys and Girls Club. From Sawyerville Camp.

Warmup before Georgia Revolution at Birmingham Hammers match in May in Liberty Park, Vestavia Hills. From Ace Shooters.

Journey performs “Separate Worlds” earlier this month at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From suzyk59.

Birmingham blues singer Sam Frazier Jr. performs “Baby, Scratch My Back” in May at Henderson’s in Midfield. From Steve DeMedicis.

George Wehby shows options for using the De La Riva Guard in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. From Lion Heart Martial Arts Academy.

Michael Fessey of “Paranormal America” discusses Sloss Furnaces. From whatshallwedonext.

Drone footage of a residential wedding site. From Rush Videos.

Australian Christian pop duo For King and Country performs “Run Wild” in March at Legacy Arena downtown. From Bobbieann Cooke.

Daniel and Sharla Horton of Huntsville visit the Skyhi Treehouse in Red Mountain Park. From Little Bit’s Travels.

Sumiton Christian’s Tanner Talley (No. 21) runs a play earlier this month at a Mercer University football camp in Colorado. From Martin Taylor.

Bama Camera follows cars from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department and Mountain Brook Police. From Bama Camera.

The fun of driving through the January 2014 ice storm. From Денис Рыбачук.

Australian singer Troye Sivan performs “Youth” in March at Tin Roof in Lakeview (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Abby Miller.

More than 8 hours of footage from May’s Birmingham Brawl 8 gaming tournament at Oakmont United Methodist Church in Homewood. From Birmingham Smash.

Music video for “Be Bout It” from Birmingham rapper CDub. From BossUpEnt.

Testimonials for Tuesday Block Parties in Roebuck at the Basement, founded by Matt Pitt. From the Block Birmingham.

A trip to Ruffner Mountain. From Wayne Ruple.

A look at March’s Coast 2 Coast artist showcase at Zydeco on Southside. From killatvbow visual.

The 2016 Negro League Reunion in late May. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Archive footage from the 1970s includes Civil War re-enactors, the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Vulcan and Cathedral Caverns State Park outside Scottsboro. From Huntley Film Archives.

Exploring an iron ore mine in Red Mountain. From MrTropics64.

Promo for Glacier Cryotherapy in Vestavia Hills. From David Koonce.

Driving through downtown. From Edwin Francisco.

Florida vacation vlog includes a stop at the Embassy Suites in Hoover. From KMA Preston.

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