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The Birmingham channel: In honor of portrait mode

Monday, March 20th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

The uncle and nephew show (our vertical video of the week). From Alabama Bino.

Birthday party at AirWalk Ultimate Trampoline Arena at Lee Branch. From Casey McGowan.

Drone footage at night of the January snow/ice storm at Exit 1 on I-459. From John Brown.

January news report on building deterioration at Birmingham fire stations. From WIAT-42.

A driver for ridesharing services waiting in his car. From Delost Smith.

Highlights from Kip’s surprise 40th birthday party at RMR 4×4 in Lakeview. From Erin Elizabeth.

Sioux City Christian metalcore band For Today performs “Fearless” in September at Zydeco on Southside (our other vertical video of the week). From Lexi Danielle Franklin.

Los Angeles folk-rock band Dawes performs “When My Time Comes” in March at Iron City on Southside. From Randall Bennett.

Interview with coach Keith Hanson at the 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for men’s marathon in Birmingham. From Jennie McCafferty.

Kathryn Henley’s winning presentation for UAB’s Three-Minute Thesis competition in October, “That’ll Do, Pig: Using Animal Communication to Improve Pain Therapies.” From UAB Grad School.

Highlights from the Vulcan Cup competition, held in December at High Point Climbing and Fitness in Inverness. From Louder Than Eleven.

Joseph Alas tries out for the Birmingham Hammers at Auburn University at Montgomery. From Footballer’s World.

Promo for Andrews Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center. From Andrews Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center – Birmingham, AL.

Detroit rapper Shaggy 2 Dope performs in February at Zydeco on Southside (our other other vertical video of the week). From Morbidbaby.

A 200m race at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Shalandice Miller.

Visiting the Southern Museum of Flight in North East Lake. From Patrick Le Roulley.

The Sigma Beta Club of Birmingham performs at the Camille Armstrong Memorial Scholarship Stepshow in February at the Alys Stephens Center (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Birmingham Sigma Beta Club.

Promo for Summer Beach Project, a church camp for college students in Panama City Beach. From Campus Outreach Birmingham.

Former Auburn football player and whistleblower Eric Ramsey speaks in 2014 in Birmingham. From Veharris1.

Grand Rapids rock band Pop Evil performs “Trenches” in January at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Derek Pierce.

“Gus,” a short documentary on Constantine “Gus” Koutroulakis, owner of Pete’s Famous Hot Dogs downtown. From the Southern Documentary Project.

After the WWE event in January at Legacy Arena downtown (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Deshawn Collins.

At the Birmingham’s Finest fund-raiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in November at B&A Warehouse downtown. From About Town.

Music video for “Come Up” by Birmingham hip-hop artist Sno A1 Yoda. From Sno A1 Yoda.

Rapper Wiz Khalifa performs in July at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Kris R.

Birmingham gamer KanameX12 plays “For Honor.” From KanameX12.

Time-lapse footage of a storm rolling into downtown (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Ryan Wall.

Takeoff from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (our other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Eagle Man.

Lip treatment (our other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Petro Facial Plastic Surgery and MedSpa.

Metal band Gwar performs in 2002 at Five Points Music Hall on Southside. From Zartan138.

In the hall for Kami-Con, the annual anime conference in January at the BJCC East Exhibition Hall downtown (our other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Eva Plank.

Trains on Thanksgiving in Fultondale. From Mbmars01.

Meet Dr. Raashid Ashraf, a cardiologist at Cardiovascular Associates at the Colonnade, partnered with Brookwood Baptist Medical Center. From Brookwood Baptist Health.

Highlight reel for Bessemer Academy junior Asad Muhammad. From Street Light Recruiting.

The National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability annual partners meeting in January in Homewood. From National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability.

New York rocker Andrew W.K. performs “Party Hard” in 2002 at Furnace Fest at Sloss Furnaces. From Magic Bullet Records.

Do the robot (our other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Catedraticodj.

A class on eyelash extension. From Avas Cosmetics.

Joan Jett performs “Crimson and Clover” in September at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre. From Janie Martin.

Invitation to Fairfield’s Restoration Academy lunch earlier this month. From Restoration Academy.

Lmg Kenny Ray performs (our other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Deezie99.

Turkeys at the Cahaba River Wildlife Management Area (our other other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From A River in the Woods.

The choir performs “Take It to the Lord in Prayer” at Ephesus Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Smithfield. From Be Encouraged.

Birmingham artist Slick the Skeet performs in January at the High Note on Southside. From Slick the Skeet.

Outside the Boo Wezzie Birthday Bash in February at Onyx Lounge in Smithfield (our other other other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From I Am Boo Whop Mack.

Tribute band Fab Four performs earlier this month at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Don Helms.

A February episode of EWTN’s “Nuestra Fe en Vivo.” From Carlos Seoane.

African-American 8mm home movies from May 1965. From Tony M. Bingham.

Another reel of home movies from May 1965. From Tony M. Bingham.

“Dedicated to Birmingham Alabama teens” (our other other other other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Tony Montez.

New York singer-songwriter Jon Bellion performs “All Time Low” in February at Legacy Arena downtown. From JMarie0115.

Visiting Railroad Park, Lightrails and the John’s City Diner mural. From Olivia Adkins.

Mexican band Los Vendavales performs “A Cada Rato” in January at El Sol on Valley Avenue (our other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Adriana Suarez.

Looking around Railroad Park downtown. From Ruie Brooks.

Hanging around downtown. From Sgolum.

Longboarding and urban exploration. From Erik Halley.

The 2003 SWAC Championship game at Legion Field, Southern vs. Alabama State. From Alex Hines.

Between 2 and 3 a.m. on Lakeshore Drive (our other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From T. Jay Stuman.

Promo for Common Thread church in Homewood. From Emily Frazier.

Promo for Birmingham hip-hop artist Q Dot Davis and Friends in February at the Nick on Southside. From Chaz Vibez.

The 2000 Magic City Classic at Legion Field. From Alex Hines.

Alabama coach Nick Saban joins Jason Hoff, president and CEO of Mercedes-Benz U.S. International and Birmingham mayor William Bell, in handing out awards at February’s Mercedes Marathon at Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From Alabama Crimson Tide on AL.com.

Mexican band La Reunión Norteña performs “Te Deseo Lo Mejor” in January at El Sol on Valley Avenue (our other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Adriana Suarez.

Reassembled Schmeckenbecher grandfather clock from a Birmingham thrift store. From Northstar2007.

Vault competitor at January’s Elevate the Stage gymnastics meet at Legacy Arena downtown (our other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Mollie McConnell Huntsville Gymnastics.

Talking with author George Saunders in February at the Alabama Booksmith in Homewood. From Tom Gordon.

On the scene with DJ Dirty Vegas around Birmingham. From DJ Dirty Vegas TV.

Testimonial from Birmingham attendee at the List Tour entrepreneurs’ workshop in Los Angeles. From Flourishe.

Atlanta rapper YFN Lucci. From EMitch.

A ride through Lightrails downtown (our other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Maggie McGowan.

UAB’s Dr. Harry P. Erba on acute myeloid leukemia and Vadastuximab Talirine, at December conference in San Diego. From Harborside Press.

Drone footage of Sloss Furnaces. From Jacob Cantrell.

Commercial for Zeekee Interactive in Vestavia Hills. From Zeekee.

“Since Feeling Is First,” a short film by University of Alabama students, shooting in Birmingham. From Sarah Jane Oglesby.

Music video for “Space, Man” by Birmingham garage-surf band Dirty Lungs, presented as part of South by Southwest’s 2017 lineup. From SXSW.

Mountain Brook team Linda Dobbins Dance performs “Silence” at February’s Kids Artistic Revue competition at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From KARtv.

Racing go-karts at the Autobahn Indoor Speedway in Bessemer. From Roshan Khan.

Birmingham rock band the Burning Peppermints perform in September at the Georgia Theatre in Athens. From Athens GA Live Music.

Birmingham’s Black Jacket Symphony performs “Under Pressure” earlier this month at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Treser62.

Welcoming new students to Samford University in August. From Southern Shade Photography.

Drone footage of Quinlan Castle, Highlands United Methodist Church in Five Points South and Red Mountain. From Ken Heron.

Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall perform “JuJu on that Beat” at Brown Elementary School, Phillips Academy and Ramsey High School. From 95.7 Jamz Videos.

The 2017 NCAA DII Winter Festival opening video; the event took place earlier this month at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From NCAA Division II.

Digging for bottles. From Southern Diggers.

Jay Collins performs “Bless That Wonderful Name” in February at Faith Apostolic Church in West End Manor (our other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Nek B.

The Salvation Army serves its last Thanksgiving meal after 50 years at its downtown location. The nonprofit group is moving to North Birmingham. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Driving I-65 at night (our final vertical video of the week). From Jonathan Davies.

Walking through downtown. From Robert Courson.

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The Birmingham channel: The nose knows

Monday, March 13th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Campaign video for Conrad Anderson for the Birmingham Bar Association’s executive committee place No. 1. From Balch and Bingham.

United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Birmingham changes name to United Ability. From Alabama NewsCenter.

EarthShaker tears around Legacy Arena during January’s Monster Jam. From Camden Gamez.

California rock band Beasto Blanco performs “Death Rattle” in January at the Nick on Southside. From Mark Christy.

The world’s worst book report on the University of Alabama at Birmingham. From Coolgrad.

Music video for “We Ain’t Seen S__t” by Tuscaloosa rapper Bama Loc. From Boss Level Entertainment.

The 2017 Ford GT at the World of Wheels in February at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex downtown. From Demon Hunter 3160.

Will Haynes performs in October at the Forum Theater downtown. From Jerry W. Henry.

Kailey Hobin performs at the same event. From From Jerry W. Henry.

UAB upgrades its rack servers. From Dell.

The Atlanta Elite Allstars team performs in February at the Victory Cheer Competition at Legacy Arena. From Dave Farmery.

Another team competes at the event. From Victory Athletics Spirit.

Making a swing adjustment. From the Golf Guys.

“A personal story from the days when abortion was illegal (1969). Very important for all those too young to have lived through those times.” From Angela Fremont.

The U.S. Davis Cup Team on playing in Birmingham. From Alabama NewsCenter.

More from the Davis Cup. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Driving on I-20/59 west toward downtown. From Schnatter Mexiko.

Kids sing in church. From Ana Rodriguez.

Drone footage of downtown. From Connor Hand.

Birmingham blues-folk artist Early James performs “Blow For Blow” at Ol Elegante Studio in Homewood. From Jack Serra.

Employees of South Oak Title wish everyone a Happy New Year. From South Oak Title.

Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2017 at William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo., the God’s Grace Ministry praise dancers honor the four girls killed in the Birmingham church bombing in 1963. From Kansas City Star Video.

A day at the Davis Cup tennis, 2017 World Group first round. From Stuff I shout into a videocamera and that you now are listening to.

A look at Park 35 on Clairmont apartments in Forest Park. From Urban Spaces.

A treatment option for hair loss (our vertical video of the week). From Farah Sultan.

The 2017 USA Bowling South Regional tournament, last week at Vestavia Bowl. From the Sport of Bowling – USBC.

The Boo Wezzie Birthday Bash in February at Onyx Lounge in Smithfield. From Yung Playa Entertainment.

Tony Nathan, former football star at Alabama and the Miami Dolphins, speaks in February at the Negro Southern League Museum downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

The Sixth Avenue Baptist Church 2016 year in review. From Rich Pope.

The Women’s March in January in downtown Birmingham. From Susan.

English singer-songwriter Nick Lowe performs “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding” in October at the Forum Theater downtown. From the Soulboy 7.

Testimonial from Tiffany Billups of Birmingham for the 200-hour SomaVeda yoga certification program. From SomaVeda Thai Yoga.

Heath Robertson welcomes you to Edwards Lake Church of Christ in Huffman. From Edwards Lake Church of Christ.

Tuscaloosa’s Deontay Wilder and Dominic Breazeale in a post-fight fight in February at the Westin downtown (our other vertical video of the week). From M.S.

Members of Canterbury United Methodist Church take part in an annual service day in October at Avondale Samaritan Place. From Canterbury United Methodist.

The Scott Dawson Evangelistic Association kicks off the 2017 Strength to Stand Tour in February at Valleydale Church in Hoover. From Redemption Road.

Highlights from November’s Big Pitch competition at Thomas Jefferson Tower downtown. From Marquis Barnes.

Hoover’s fi-Plan Partners holds a discussion on “Will Corporate Confidence Lead to Further Market Growth?” From fi-Plan Partners.

All seven dogs from Atlanta’s Canine Country Academy pass their respective Odor Recognition Test held at the Birmingham Obedience Training Club in Roebuck. From Canine Country Academy.

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

Stone Temple Pilots performs “Big Empty” at the 2011 Schaeffer Eye Center Crawfish Boil downtown. From Treser62.

Church fellowship. From Maria Velasco.

Chris Hastings, owner of the Hot and Hot Fish Club, speaks to students about taking strategic risks in their careers during the 2016 Crenshaw Leadership Academy at the University of Alabama. From the University of Alabama – CHES.

Time-lapse footage of a January sunset at Railroad Park downtown. From Bill Watters.

First Tournament of Champions youth football tournament in December at Jackson-Olin High School in Ensley. From Yung Playa Entertainment.

Richmond punk band Ann Beretta performs “Dirty Faces.” From Streagan123.

The play “Somebody Done Bombed the 16th Street Baptist Church,” performed at Canisius College in Buffalo. From the Video Institute.

Trains at Sloss Furnaces. From Great American Railfan.

British TV show “Mobil 1 the Grid” on Porsche Sport Driving School at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Mobil 1 the Grid.

The CoolSculpting procedure applied to the inner knee area (our other other vertical video of the week). From Petro Facial Plastic Surgery and MedSpa.

A look at the lofts and apartments at Thomas Jefferson Tower downtown. From Urban Spaces.

The 2016 Best of Birmingham Celebration Video. From Alabama Media Group.

Exploring the abandoned Carraway Hospital in Druid Hills. From Todd Shaw.

Highlights from the 2016 Birmingham Corporate Challenge in July at Railroad Park downtown. From St. Vincent’s Health System.

A Jamaican Mento folk group performs for Mayor Bell and the delegation from Birmingham at the Ward Theatre in Kingston, Jamaica (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Central Alabama Caribbean American Organization.

Crestview Mafia performs in October at the High Note on Southside. From Slick the Skeet.

A demonstration of the Omni System on a Yamaha C6X piano. From Ellis Piano and Organ.

Bachata singer Domenic Marte performs in October at Fiesta in Linn Park downtown. From Junior Cussi.

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Monday, March 6th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Winter hiking at Oak Mountain State Park and exploring the abandoned American Life Building (a k a Stonewall Building) downtown. From Erik Halley.

Promo for Swoope Hair Studio in Hoover. From Brittany Swoope.

Highlights from the 2015 Birmingham Bowl. From Birmingham Bowl.

Morehouse College student Jarrell Jordan returns to Birmingham to visit Ossie Ware Mitchell Middle School in South East Lake. He serves as one of 73 White House HBCU Ambassadors. (Our vertical video of the week.) From Jarrell Jordan.

Atlanta Christian rock band Casting Crowns performs “Just Be Held” in November at Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From Bobbieann Cooke.

The Christmas tree at Hoover Municipal Center. From Marcelino Cruz Jimenez.

Huntsville’s Oakwood Adventist Academy Choir performs in November at the Ephesus Seventh-day Adventist Church in Smithfield. From TrishsMom.

Inverness financial planning firm Legacy Advisory Group’s Jeremy Young discusses college savings plans. From Jeremy Young.

At September’s Zac Brown Band show at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre. From Kristin Long.

Wednesday night jam session in February at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in North Pratt (our other vertical video of the week). From Kajbass.

Miami rapper Nino Brown performs in November at Diamonds of Birmingham Gentleman’s Club in Bessemer. From Nino Brown.

Promo for Sleepover electronic music concert Saturday at Marty’s PM on Southside. From Sleepover the Official Party.

Drone footage of Huntsville, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa and Montgomery. From Skunk Works.

Birmingham Bowl teams South Carolina and South Florida visit the Barber Motorsports Museum, Brunswick Zone Riverview Lanes, Children’s of Alabama and a pep rally at Uptown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Panel discussion at Samford’s Global Voices: Internationals Ministry Summit in February. From Beeson Divinity School, Samford University.

Profile of Lakeview company Dorm Decor. From Alabama NewsCenter.

A visit to a swap meet at Saturn, plus Artwalk with stops at Birmingham Oddities and What’s on 2nd. From Phoenixfyre71.

Columbus, Miss., artist Shondolyn Young Richardson performs “Midnight Cry.” From Be Encouraged.

Old Dominion vs. UAB in … League of Legends. From Collegiate Starleague.

Promo for a real estate course in Vestavia Hills. From Steve McTyeire.

Security camera footage of a purse thief (our other other vertical video of the week). From Dusk Net.

Time-lapse footage of snow falling in the city. From Phillip Smith.

And sleet falling during the same storm. From AL.com.

And before the storm. From Audrey Sandra.

Nashville country singer-songwriter Eric Church performs “The World Needs a Drink” in February at Legacy Arena downtown. From Taylor Hendrix.

British pop-rock band the Vamps perform “Somebody to You” and “Oh Cecilia (Breaking My Heart)” in February at Tin Roof in Lakeview. From Bobbieann Cooke.

Vlogging on the front porch (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Kay T. Mcghee.

Music video for “I’m That Man” by Birmingham artist Phresh Game Peezy. From Phreal Innovations.

Meet Dr. Mustafa Ahmed, interventional cardiologist and medical director at the Structural Heart and Valve Center at Princeton Baptist Medical Center in Arlington – West End. From Brookwood Baptist Health.

Driving in Clay. From Oscar Briones.

Driving to the Brewster Road Alliance Church in Chalkville. From Oscar Briones.

At the World of Wheels in February at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex downtown. From Ghost Boy.

Alabama metal band Hexxus performs “Andromeda” in October at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Jason Leonard.

San Francisco belly dancer Nathalie Tedrick performs in 2016 at the Dance for Hope fund-raiser at the Carver Theatre downtown. From Nathalie Tedrick.

Bon Jovi performs “Wanted Dead or Alive” in February at Legacy Arena downtown. From MLivelyGirl.

A Pokémon Go progress review (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Brandon Lee Majors.

A pair of 200m races during February’s TFCUSA National indoor Championships at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Union Atletismo Aficionado.

Landon Ash of Extreme Concepts and Courtney Grimes of Wheelhouse Salon discuss entrepreneurship in B-Metro’s One on One feature. From B-Metro Videos.

Testing the new Danley Sound Labs Jericho J1 system at Iron City on Southside. From Scott Oliver.

Tuscaloosa’s Deontay Wilder vs. Gerald Washington last week at Legacy Arena downtown. From Mixed Boxing Arts.

The UAB Concert Choir, Southside Choristers and the Orchestra of the Highlands perform “Into Your Hands I Commend My Soul” from Michael John Trotta’s “Seven Last Words,” in February at Southside Baptist Church. From Michael John Trotta.

Brandon Hammond of Atlanta’s New Horizon Track Club competes in January’s Alabama Striders Indoor Classic at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Flash Forward Photography.

Unveiling a new set of Vulcans on Parade in November at Vulcan Park (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Lovepinklucy.

Montage from the start of 2017. From Madeline Hart.

Police officer checking on motorist. From Dann Adams.

The Glitz and Glitter Dance Team performs at the Center Point Christmas parade (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Glitz Glitter.

Brothers grilling ribs. From Michael Gigantor.

Music video for “Panda Cypher.” From Ed Hyde.

Promo for Standard Iron and Metal in Collegeville. From Scott Joe B.

Visiting Red Mountain Park. From Go West USA.

Feature on Southside homeless shelter Family Promise of Birmingham. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Riding a bus through downtown and north on U.S. 78. From I Ride Public Transit.

Birmingham band Clutch performs at the Jazznet networking event in October at the Harbert Center downtown. From Timothy Huffman.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham and Proton International bring proton therapy for cancer treatment to Alabama. From University of Alabama at Birmingham.

A 200m dash at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Sports Academy South GA.

Detroit rapper Violent J performs in February at Zydeco on Southside (our other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Morbidbaby.

Driving through Birmingham and Selma. From Robert Williams.

A look at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Open Water Video Productions.

Drone footage of offices along U.S. 280 in North Shelby County. From Andrewsfury.

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Monday, February 27th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Testimonial for Zeekee Interactive in Vestavia Hills from Andrea Newell of Birmingham Mortgage Group. From Zeekee.

A wrecked Mitsubishi Eclipse GT at the Weil Wrecker auction in Lakeview. From Junkyard Life.

Deon Gordon of REV Birmingham talks about the Big Pitch competition. From Alabama NewsCenter.

The staff of Kami-Con, the annual anime conference in January at the BJCC East Exhibition Hall downtown. From Kami-Con.

An Enzo Ferrari at the World of Wheels earlier this month at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. From Demon Hunter 3160.

Checking out more cars at the show. From Phoenixfyre71.

Hitting town for UAB’s graduation. From Gloria Hopee.

Washington band Los Canarios de Michoacan performs in October at Fiesta at Linn Park downtown. From Junior Cussi.

T-Dawg Da Don and Da Bull Banks about to meet with TrapFlix in Birmingham. From T-Dawg DaDon.

“Night Is Falling” by James Phillips, recorded Aug. 24, 1962, in Birmingham. From Sergey М.

A recent Saturday morning Cars and Coffee at Hoover Tactical Firearms. From Randy Knight.

A thank you for 30 million views on YouTube. From Town and Country TV.

Come for the USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships (December at Veterans Park in Hoover), stay for the parkour! From Willpower PK.

Video game tournament Birmingham Brawl 12 featuring “Super Smash Bros. for Wii U” in September at Oakmont United Methodist Church in Homewood. From Birmingham Smash.

Michigan bluegrass-rock band Greensky Bluegrass performs “Cryin’ Holy Unto the Lord” in January at Iron City on Southside. From Zmanatl.

Drone footage of Vulcan, plus a special delivery from UPS. From Ken Heron.

More aerial video of Vulcan. From Map.

Watching the train from the Sloss Furnaces Visitor’s Center (our vertical video of the week). From Ryan LJ.

Promo for a Birmingham exotic dancer. From Mr. True Dynasty Exotic Entertainment.

A look at Seasick Records in Crestwood. From UAB Media Studies.

Driving in and around Birmingham. From Big Rig Travels Video Vault.

Drake and Mia review the factory tour at the Golden Flake plant in North Titusville. From RV Adventures with Kids.

In the Summit parking lot. From Oscar Briones.

Arriving downtown in the summer via Amtrak. From Jimwoodward1212.

Promo for the Junior League of Birmingham. From the Junior League of Birmingham.

Dancing Dolls of Birmingham perform at the Prestigious Pears New Year Extravaganza 2017. From Atlbattle.

Scott Dorrity visits Birmingham on his national chiropractic practice tour. From Chirolaunch.

Rock crawling in November. From Shane Howell.

UAB football holds first practice of 2016 fall camp. From ABC 33/40.

Scenes from the Opulence Fashion Show in Homewood. From Yung Playa Entertainment.

A look at the FusioNextGen scholarship competition, soliciting ideas from Birmingham City Schools high school students. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Cheerleaders competing at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. From Madelyn Brown.

Chi Omega bid day at Birmingham-Southern College. From Morgan Wyatt.

The girls 4×200 relay at January’s Last Chance Invitational at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Joe Moore.

The Seventh-Day Adventist Central Alabama Youth Federation Choir performs “How Excellent” earlier this month at Tabernacle Baptist Church in the Graymont neighborhood. From Sam R.

A trip to the vibrant Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Ethan Young.

A modeling shoot. From Iilysian Media.

UAB student Jesse Shoop leads worship music at September’s See You at the Pole prayer gathering at Simmons Middle School in Hoover. From Starnes Publishing.

Promo for June’s National Senior Games in Birmingham. From Knight Eady.

Looking for paranormal activity at Sloss Furnaces. From Spectral Wolpack Squad Paranormal.

And at Ruffner Mountain. From Spectral Wolpack Squad Paranormal.

Aerial footage of downtown Birmingham and Selma. From Modern Innovation Production.

A trip to the Birmingham Zoo. From Simple Southern Homestead.

DJ Lorin a k a Bassnectar playing “Wildstyle Method” on New Year’s Eve at Legacy Arena downtown. From DaRooster3000.

Gadsden hip-hop artist Yelawolf performs in September at Iron City on Southside (our other vertical video of the week). From Jessica Boley.

The Cahaba Heights United Methodist Church choir performs “He Is Born, the Divine Christ Child” on Christmas. From CptOppositional.

Slow-motion footage of lightning (our other other vertical video of the week). From Cameron Daniels.

Freestyling on the guitar in a hotel room (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Libby Knight.

Cruising the city (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Vision1Ent.

Beta Upsilon Chi from the University of Alabama takes a retreat in Birmingham. From Connor Travels.

Promo for the Birmingham Blaze. From T4Films.

Haley Johnson Bishop, Birmingham native and UAB doctoral student, gives a talk called “Driving Through the Lens of Autism” in June at TEDxKnoxville. From TEDx Talks.

Birmingham metal band Stoned Cobra performs “Haunter Taunter” in January at the Nick on Southside. From Mark Christy.

Halle Nolan performs in October at the Forum Theater downtown. From Jerry W. Henry.

The 2010 SWAC Football Championship at Legion Field, featuring Alabama State vs. Texas Southern. From Alex Hines.

Snow in January. From Abdul Ali.

And sleet from the same storm. From LK Media.

Testimonial by Liz Warren of the Alabama Symphony Decorators’ ShowHouse for “Rockin’ Russ” Randolph of Puttin’ on the Ritz DJ Service. From Russ Randolph.

Birmingham DJ John eliminated on the game show “Weakest Link.” From William Weyser.

Promo for the October Prophetic Workshop at Canvas Church in Hoover. From Revivalism.

Security camera footage of a visit earlier this month at a residence, possibly looking for someone. From Pasteles La MoreliAna.

Watching trains at Railroad Park downtown. From Tiffinie and Wes Rupert.

Coke representatives visit Rickwood Field and the Negro Southern League Museum. From the Coca-Cola Co.

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The Birmingham channel: Running, biking, browsing

Monday, February 20th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Back seat filming along the interstate. From Unlinked Aura131.

A visit to What’s on 2nd downtown. From Soda-Pop Chronicles.

Vintage photographs and paintings at What’s on 2nd. From Stephanie Loves Fall.

Dancing Dolls of Birmingham and the Birmingham Slayers perform in Atlanta. From Dance 4 Your Life.

Making big bubbles at the McWane Science Center downtown (our vertical video of the week). From Kimberlykaye1985 Kimberly.

Esther Ciammachilli and Caroline Spears perform “Bella Notte” at WBHM (90.3 FM) on the UAB campus. From WBHM-90.3.

A Vietnamese Catholic church celebration of the Feast of Martyrs at Our Lady of La Vang, St. John Bosco Church in Woodlawn. From Lymvideolth.

The 60m dash at December’s Indoor Alumni Age Group Invitational at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Blue StreakTC Falcons.

And the 1500m run at last week’s TFCUSA Indoor National Championship at the CrossPlex. From Union Atletismo Aficionado.

HydraFacial treatment for the lips (our other vertical video of the week). From Petro Facial Plastic Surgery and MedSpa.

Time-lapse footage of a 11-hour, 190-mile bike ride from Birmingham to Chattanooga. From Brian Toone.

Max and Iggor Cavalera perform “Attitude” in September at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Official B and B Records.

Meet Dr. Timothy Lee, a cardiologist at Alabama Heart and Vascular PC, partnered with Brookwood Baptist Medical Center. From Brookwood Baptist Health.

Promo for Fortune and Beard, a downtown law firm. From Jonathan Arnold.

Looking out over Birmingham at night. From Lynn J. Walko.

Homewood’s Notinee Indian Dance performs at July’s Bangamela at Shades Valley High School in Irondale. From Pia Sen.

Traveling by rail in 2013 through Birmingham. From Danial Tijuana Gringo.

Marketing manager Lexi Kwak and restaurateur Chris Bajalieh participate in B-Metro’s One on One feature. From B-Metro Videos.

Hooping downtown. From Molly McQuitty.

Cooking with Rebecca Gordon and guest Jermaine “FunnyMaine” Johnson on Fox 6’s “Tide and Tigers Today.” From Rebecca Gordon.

Alabama floor exercise routines from the Auburn vs. Alabama women’s gymnastics meet in January at Legacy Arena downtown. From Rick Davis.

The Goo Goo Dolls perform “Slide” in November at the BJCC Concert Hall. From Anne Saunders.

Into the woods at Oak Mountain State Park. From Go West USA.

Birmingham rock band the Burning Peppermints perform “Ned Schneeblee” in September at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Jay Dexter.

Music video for “I, Disciple” by Birmingham duo Communion Day, filmed in Brooklyn and Queens. From William Murray.

Dr. Farah Sultan on the O-shot for women (our other other vertical video of the week). From Vitalogy Wellness Center.

Alabama National Guard cadet Benjamin Barnett and his summer charity bike ride with Charlotte-based nonprofit organization the Ability Experience. From Alabama National Guard.

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

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Monday, February 13th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

A look at nonprofit volunteer group Hands on Birmingham. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Promoting last summer’s Gospel Mix Tour (our vertical video of the week). From Annilia Mosley.

Coca-Cola memorabilia collectors. From the Coca-Cola Co.

Climbing Lost Roof in the boulder field at Moss Rock Preserve in Hoover. From Parker Satterfield.

More climbing at Moss Rock Preserve. From George Evans.

An afternoon at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Griffith Mehaffey.

The “Star Wars: Battle Pod” arcade game at BumperNets in the Riverchase Galleria. From BumperNets.

Morehouse freshman Rosevelt Morris Jr. of Birmingham makes his vlogging debut (our other vertical video of the week). From R.J. Morris.

A 2014 game featuring UAB at Mississippi State. From Luke Loveless.

Leroy Falcon and Ken Walker on Nashville Bound, a Birmingham artist development academy, in October at the Forum Theater downtown. From Jerry W. Henry.

Trussville’s Brinkley Rackstraw performs at the same show. From Jerry W. Henry.

Birmingham singer-songwriter Hollye Horton performs at the same show. From Jerry W. Henry.

The full Nashville Bound Reunion Show. From Jerry W. Henry.

Discussing the golf swing. From the Golf Guys.

The Prblms featuring Youngblood performs “Fiji” at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From the Prblms.

Promo for Ruffner Mountain. From Ruffner Mountain.

Driving in to work (our other other vertical video of the week). From Raynell Brian Johnson.

Former governor Don Siegelman arrives Wednesday at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. He was serving a 78-month sentence at the federal prison in Oakdale, La.; he’ll serve the last 6 months in home detention in his Vestavia Hills house. (Our other other other vertical video of the week.) From Great Jasper.

Promo for Dr. Tanikqua D. Moore and Focus-MD clinic in Mountain Brook. From Focus-MD.

Students from Fairfield’s Restoration Academy visit the Chick-fil-A corporate headquarters in Atlanta. From Aly Hathcock.

Atlanta R&B singer K. Michelle performs in December at the Merienda Lounge on Southside. From Hip Hop B’ham.

San Francisco roots-pop band Front Country performs “Millionaire” in January at Iron City on Southside. From Zmanatl.

Time-lapse drone footage of an August sunset. From Southern Sky Pix.

L.A. rock band Badflower performs “Heroin” in January at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Stephanie Amber.

Promo for the Brown Marx Building downtown. From TWI.

A video from October against the deportation of Javier from Birmingham. “Javier is a plaintiff in a federal lawsuit to recover his unpaid wages and protect his labor rights. Javier’s former employer threatened to report him to immigration during a meeting with the workers and their attorney regarding the lawsuit. One week later, ICE arrested Javier at his workplace.” From Adelante TV.

Optimus Prime on the dance floor (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Catedraticodj.

ZZ Top performs “Legs” in October at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Kevin Henry.

Comedian Rickey Smiley talks to students about how he grew up in Birmingham. From TVOne.tv.

Up early at the airport (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From G3 Badger.

Promo for Avondale Brewing Company. From Massey Creative.

A September episode of “Fox 6 Sideline.” From Rick Karle.

Birmingham alternative band the Murder of Jane Crow performs “Intermezzo” in Five Points South, a video entry for NPR​’s 2017 Tiny Desk Contest. From the Murder of Jane Crow.

Danielle “Quarter Horse” Bess runs at the USATF Hoover Alumni Invitational, December at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Sabrina Darling.

Singer CeeLo Green performs in March at Iron City on Southside. From Jacqueline Yau.

Dr. Mia Cowan discusses her Brook Highland clinic, MiBella Wellness Center (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Dr. Mia Cowan.

An Uber driver waits for a passenger at the airport (our other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Daniel Chapel.

Trailer for “4 Little Girls: A Dance Film” by Queens filmmaker Kerri Edge. From Kerri Edge.

Blues Traveler performs “Run Around” in November at Iron City on Southside (our other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Sean Mahoney.

Hip-hop artist Tyler, the Creator performs in 2015 at the Sloss Music and Arts Festival (our other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Elizabeth Short.

Hooping with Eliza Thompson. From Elizalien.

Time-lapse video from 2013 drive along I-20 from Shreveport to Birmingham. From ボブねこ.

Ohio middle school student’s proposal for a national monument for young civil rights protesters in 1960s Birmingham. From James Lautzenheiser.

Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes performs in 2014 in Birmingham. From Kalie GH.

Extended cut of “Goremet,” a 2009 comedic short by Billy Ray Brewton and Drew Brown. From Drew Brown.

Elevator at Homewood City Hall parking garage. From Element Elevators.

“Just a quick look at a few memories I found in my library, with new music.” From B-Hold Da General.

Anthony Hamilton and Guy perform on New Year’s Eve at Legacy Arena downtown. From Twilight Productions 2.

A Vietnamese Catholic church procession outside Our Lady of La Vang, St. John Bosco Church in Woodlawn. From Lymvideolth.

Test footage around Birmingham. From Patrick Daugherty.

Hanging out in Birmingham. From Kristen Hofmeister.

Unidentified flying object over Birmingham. From Luizito*.* salas.

Singing at Sixteenth Street Baptist Church downtown. From Francesca Mereu.

Talking with WWE wrestler Dolph Ziggler in January. From Big Communications.

Quinceañera in Birmingham. From DJ Diego Flores.

Entrepreneur Jim Cavale on Birmingham’s future. From Jim Cavale.

Promo for either a static display billboard or the electronic sign atop Two North Twentieth downtown. From Transformation Media.

YouTube star Colleen Ballinger performs “Defying Gravity” as Miranda Sings in January at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Diane Watkins.

Ballinger greets Birmingham fans downtown.

Edwards Financial Group uses the Fetch online platform to hire a salesperson (our other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Get Fetched.

Night freestyling (our final vertical video of the week). From Contray Burrell.

Trains around downtown Birmingham and Irondale. From Mbmars01.

A summer family trip to the Birmingham Zoo. From Universal You.

New York’s By Smith at Birmingham Fashion Week 2016 in Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From Tchambers71.

Playing racquetball at the UAB Campus Recreation Center. From Todd Shaw.

A look at the Original Gospel Harmonettes from Birmingham, one of the most successful female gospel groups of the 1950s. From True Gospel Man.

Checking in on the “Birmingham Cypher Part 2” release party in January at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Rambo and Bknott.

Talking with service advisor Ralph Daniel at Royal Automotive in Vestavia Hills. From Royal Automotive.

Visiting the Birmingham Boat Show in January at the BJCC East Exhibition Hall. From Alabama NewsCenter.

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Monday, February 6th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Loretta Lynch delivers her final speech as U.S. attorney general in January at 16th Street Baptist Church downtown. From WVTM 13 News.

WWE in January at Legacy Arena downtown. From Brian Boles.

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

Testimonial from Brenda on nonprofit organization WorkFaith Birmingham, which teaches job skills to homeless clients. From WorkFaith Birmingham.

And a testimonial from Eddie. From the Church at Brook Hills.

Discussing the civil rights movement in Birmingham during the 1960s. From Temple Hayes.

Gary Spence introduces Food Stop Birmingham. From Gary Spence.

Dancing at a UAB function at the Club. From Christopher King.

Climbing at Birmingham Boulders in the Oxmoor neighborhood (our vertical video of the week). From Blake Humphrey.

Looking at Red Mountain and Southside. From Oscar Briones.

Security camera footage from September of a suspect accused of shooting in a Family Dollar in North Birmingham. From AL.com.

Talking with Keith Richards, founder of Taziki’s. From Alabama NewsCenter.

The Birmingham Boys Choir performs the National Anthem in December at the Birmingham Bowl. From Wade Brantley.

A family outing to Oak Mountain State Park. From DavidJWarEagle.

Trains in January in Irondale, Bessemer and Lakeview. From CSXQ614.

Riding the elevator in December at Saks Fifth Avenue at The Summit. From Element Elevators.

Camera test. From Robin Rains.

Testimonial for Authentic Restoration roofing company in Trussville. From Rick Haberstroh.

The opening keynote at Daxko’s September Reach conference at the Hyatt Regency-Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover. From Daxko.

Time-lapse footage of a 17-hour, 230-mile bike ride from Birmingham to Nashville. From Brian Toone.

Promo for the Women of Grace Conference on March 3-4 at Life of Faith Church in Irondale. From Life Springs Church.

Flying into Birmingham for the WWE VIP experience in January (our other vertical video of the week). From Altair 9408.

Regular Guy Eat’n Food visits the Heavenly Donut Company near the Colonnade. From Josh Byers.

Promo for Shebet’s Boutique downtown. From Shebet’s Boutique.

Fred Hood takes a 2012 stroll through the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From Hood Family.

Vlog from Turkey Creek Nature Preserve near Pinson. From Emory Desu.

Trailer for “Brittens at Barber,” a documentary on Britten motorcycles at the 2015 Barber Vintage Festival. From Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum.

Meet Dr. Anuradha Rao, a cardiologist at Cardiovascular Associates at the Colonnade, partnered with Brookwood Baptist Medical Center. From Brookwood Baptist Health.

Takeoff from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From László Vajgel.

Playing Pokémon Go at the Birmingham Zoo. From Daniel the ADD Gamer.

Drone footage of a wedding at Gabrella Manor in South Roebuck. From Phillynate.

Sonido Catedratico at El Sol on Valley Avenue. From Catedraticodj.

A 200m race at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Gary Cooper.

Aerial footage of downtown. From Video HD.

Greatest hits collection of cars sliding on ice in early January. From Dan Robinson.

Texas Beer Reviews tries a Good People El Gordo Russian Imperial stout. From Tim Warren.

British couple who booked airline tickets from our Birmingham visits Vulcan in August. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Nashville comedian Greg Hall performs in January at the Comedy Club Stardome in Hoover. From Greg Hall.

Making a CRT costume at Red Mountain Makers for Kami-Con in January. From Key Cloud.

Motorcycles on the track at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Bambi Kimball.

A train in Lakeview in 1994. From Bmztrain.

UAB’s Edgar Underwood in October at the International Conference on Pain Research and Management in Vancouver. From Conference Series.

Highlight reel for cornerback Darius Alexander. From Street Light Recruiting.

Bowen and Humphrey drive to a gig in Sterrett (our other other vertical video of the week). From Bowen Humphrey.

Brooklyn artist Aisha Tandiwe Bell performs “Tricked Out Trap” in September at Space One Eleven downtown. From Peter.

Visiting Lightrails downtown. From Stryker Creativity.

Trains downtown. From Mbmars01.

Kenneth Paschal of the nonprofit group Alabama Family Rights Association talks with Trisha Powell Crain of the nonprofit group Alabama School Connection. From Kiran Riaz.

Dr. Sarah Sawyer discusses cosmetics for men at a men’s night in October at Dermatology and Laser of Alabama in Mountain Brook. From Dr. Sarah Sawyer.

Hanging out at the Melton Truck Lines terminal in Hooper City (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Wde Trucker.

Homewood country group Little Big Town performs a pop medley in 2013 at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From News Today.

Madeline Stuart, an 18-year-old aspiring model with Down syndrome, on the runway in August at Birmingham Fashion Week 2016 in Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From WIAT-42.

Birmingham country band Motel Ice Machine performs “Lonesome, On’ry and Mean” in December at Buck Mulligan’s in Five Points South. From Ryan Flynt.

Gospel singer Donnie McClurkin in December in Birmingham. From Pastor TV.

Banker and aspiring actor Jerome Skinner has been waiting on a donor kidney. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Fall tour highlights in Jacksonville, Fla., and Birmingham for Nashville singer-songwriter Ray Fulcher. From Ray Fulcher.

Korean fan dance at the 2017 Birmingham Chinese New Year Festival in January at Boutwell Auditorium. From Starnes Publishing.

A visit to Joe Minter’s African Village in America, a sculpture garden south of Elmwood Cemetery in the Woodland Park neighborhood. From the Carpetbagger.

A big turtle at the Birmingham Zoo. From Super Star Sisters.

The South Florida football team goes bowling at Inverness’ Brunswick Zone Riverview Lanes in December before the Birmingham Bowl. From USF Athletics.

Birmingham rapper Slim performs (our final vertical video of the week). From Slim 34th and Finley.

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Monday, January 30th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

UAB’s Sarah Parcak on GlobalXplorer, an online platform that enables anyone to discover and protect unknown sites. From TED.

Fall evening tennis. From the Hen Men.

State representative Patricia Todd speaks at the Women’s March earlier this month at Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From Michael Carpick.

NCAA Football 14 simulation of the 2016 Birmingham Bowl featuring South Carolina vs. South Florida. From TruSportsSims.

Birmingham Bowl players visit patients in December at Children’s of Alabama on Southside. From Birmingham Bowl.

On the patio at Chuy’s at the Summit. From Oscar Briones.

Highlight reel from the recent season of high school football show “Fox 6 Sideline.” From Josh Walker.

Members of Israel United in Christ preach on the street. The Southern Poverty Law Center includes the group on its list of “Active Hate Groups in the United States.” From IUIC Alabama.

Music video for “My City” by Alabama Bino. From Alabama Bino T.V.

Young actresses discuss Shakespeare plays, eat cobbler. From Bards of Birmingham.

Alexis McGraw of Touchdown Alabama Magazine talks with former Alabama defensive back Robby Green at his 2016 summer skills camp at Huffman High School. From Touchdown Alabama Magazine.

Real estate agent Jason Secor on hiring a home inspector. From Jason Secor.

Los Angeles alternative band LANY performs in October at Saturn in Avondale. From Sophia Theresa.

Allstate Insurance agency owner Nathan Marcus’ message for young adults. From Allstate Insurance: Nathan Marcus.

Mazda RX-7 with “four rotors, big turbo, full cage, carbon fiber gauge pod, racepack gauges, bride seats.” From Garrett Bowling.

Hunter Kimball runs his first 800m indoor race last week at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Hunter Kimball.

Climbing at Birmingham Boulders in the Oxmoor neighborhood (our vertical video of the week). From Blake Humphrey.

Blue Diamond Dance Team rehearsal (our other vertical video of the week). From Antonio Woody.

AmSouth Bank commercial from 1989. From Analog Indulgence.

A look at Birmingham Fashion Week 2016. From Alabama NewsCenter.

And behind the scenes with designer Alice and Trixie. From Alice and Trixie.

Chasing a train of the Alabama and Tennessee River Railway from Irondale to Birmingham. From Mbmars01.

Climbing at Moss Rock Preserve in Hoover. From Parker Satterfield.

Family Dollar: “The music being played in the store totally unacceptable. People are in this store with their children. Y’all just lost a customer behind this, and I will post this on my Facebook page.” (Our other other vertical video of the week.) From Pissed Consumer.

Painter Jürgen Tarrasch restores the crown molding at the Thomas Jefferson Tower downtown. From This Is Alabama.

Highlights from the Warped Horizon underground bass music party in December at Old Car Heaven on Southside. From Hunter Lee.

A look at the exhibits at BrickFair earlier this month at the BJCC Exhibition Halls downtown. From Alanhm2000.

Driving south along I-459 to I-65 south. From Oscar Briones.

Nova Scotia’s Frankie MacDonald on an impending winter storm in early January in Birmingham. From Frankie MacDonald.

Birmingham food distributor Wood Fruitticher and its custom app SalesPal. From FileMaker Inc.

Birmingham rock band Kate and the Howlers rehearses “Pass it On!” From Shane McMinn.

Birmingham rapper Cov Raw Af performs in December at Zydeco on Southside. From Rocavelli Video Productions.

Velocity Accelerator names its inaugural class. From Alabama NewsCenter.

At the annual Rickwood Classic. From This Is Alabama.

Heart performs “Crazy on You” in September at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From Janie Martin.

Snow and ice hit earlier this month in Birmingham. From ViableNutria7972.

Harry “Traveling Shoes Preacher” Turner dance at Kelly Ingram Park. From MenAce.

Sharon Hester, prayer chaplain at Unity of Birmingham in Highland Park, on peace during Advent. From Unity of Birmingham.

Leaving the interstate at night to climb a hill on an ATV. From Quad Squad.

Driving around Birmingham at night. From RyNea Soul.

“Part of Your World” from “The Little Mermaid” number for Disney on Ice in October at Legacy Arena downtown. From Cody Allen Shelby.

Scanning the downtown skyline and the alley (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Jamie Williams.

Talking with Adrienne Whitehurst with Marriott International at August’s Soho Bridal Show in Homewood. From Main Street Productions.

The first meeting of Camille and Simba at the Greater Birmingham Humane Society (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Jules H.

Hanging out around Legacy Arena downtown. From Anna Khristoforova.

Speakers at the March for Life Rally earlier this month at Brother Bryan Park in Five Points South. From Mary Ann Vann.

Nashville singer-songwriter Ben Rector performs “Brand New” in July at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre. From Austin Bryant.

UAB lab tech Divyank Saini donated a kidney in 2016, becoming a part of UAB Hospital’s record kidney chain. From UAB News.

The Wake Up Choir of Light Mission Pentecostal Church performs at November’s Mwakasege Conference at the Birmingham Marriott. From Light Mission Pentecoas Church.

Tattoos by Kawmane the Artiztic. From Acres Vision.

Trains earlier this month in Irondale, downtown Birmingham and Bessemer. From CSXQ614.

Nightlife after the 2016 Magic City Classic. From the Whip Paparazzi.

Driving through Five Points West Mobile Home Park. From Alabama Real Estate Investor Association.

Rick Maki on the shooting range at the Steel Challenge, November at Brock’s Gap Training Center in Hoover. From Sidlarrie2.

The Laurel Taylor Taunton Band performs in October at the Forum Theater downtown. From Jerry W. Henry.

Birmingham band Clutch performs in December at the Riverchase Galleria in Hoover. From Timothy Huffman.

Drone footage of downtown at night, plus a vlog entry from Rogers. From MrIwillFlyThere.

A train rolls through in 1995. From Bmztrain.

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Monday, January 23rd, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Birmingham Women’s March on Saturday at Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From Thomas N. Dennis.

Birmingham native Angela Davis speaks at the Women’s March Saturday in Washington. From Ata – Sylvia Rivera.

Spending an October weekend in Birmingham, including Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Railroad Park and Good People Brewing Company. From Macy V.

A trip to Vulcan (our vertical video of the week). From Kit MG3.

Highlight reel for defensive back Chris Johnson, playing for the University of Albany and Oak Mountain High School. From Street Light Recruiting.

WVTM-13 newscast opening for Jan. 1. From NWAR Media.

The Ducati Experience Tour in August at Big No. 1 Motorsports in Homewood. From Mrcstv.

Coca-Cola reps talk with John Currence, chef at Big Bad Breakfast in North Shelby County. From The Coca-Cola Co.

REO Speedwagon performs “Keep on Loving You” and “Roll with the Changes” in August at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From D Bear.

A narrated trip to Vulcan. From the Carpetbagger.

Trains downtown in spring 2015. From Paul Bislin.

Detroit rapper Big Hoodoo performs in October at Zydeco on Southside (our other vertical video of the week). From Bloody Hatchetz.

Riding in the glass elevator at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Diesel Ducy.

First day in Dubai: “I’ve lived in Birmingham for pretty much my whole life. Now I live in Dubai” (our other other vertical video of the week). From Matt Jones.

The Shine Showdown for detailers in October at Insane Paint Auto Detailing in Pelham. From Tremond Director Truesdale.

Leaders discuss economic development in December at the Birmingham Business Alliance 2016 Chairman’s Luncheon at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Debra Period on not voting in November’s general election. From #EuropeGoesUS – LENA.

And T.R. German Jr. of Bessemer on voting in November’s general election. From #EuropeGoesUS – LENA.

Birmingham rapper Nacho Man performs at Onyx Lounge in Smithfield (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Nacho Man TV.

Antoin Adams on when Birmingham raised minimum wage to $10.10 per hour. From AL.com.

The flooring at Children’s of Alabama. From NORA – Baueco.

Deleted scene from the documentary “First Lady of the Revolution.” From Spark Media.

Promo for We Are Visionaries. From Darrius Robinson.

Preview of Birmingham City Schools’ 77th annual All-City Christmas Music Festival in December at Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

South African singer-songwriter and guitarist Jonathan Butler performs at Steel City Jazz Festival in 2014 at Linn Park downtown (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Ask Kay Today.

The Birmingham Boys Choir performs “What Child Is This?” in December at Canterbury United Methodist Church in Mountain Brook. From Birmingham Boys Choir.

Promo for Harsen Boutique in Five Points West. From Josh Director.

Terry Adams performs “I’m Not Over You” at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Terry Adams Music.

Nashville country musician Sturgill Simpson performs “Call to Arms” in September at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Ttriece.

What are the best coffee shops for studying? From Emma Massengale.

Drone footage of drought-stricken Lake Purdy in late September. From Matt Ezell.

Don McNeal and James Rimmer speak at a symposium in August at the Hilton Birmingham Perimeter Park. From MS Views and News Learning Channel on YouTube.

Vloggers Anna Grace and Taylor on a trip to Birmingham. From Anna Grace and Taylor.

South Carolina coach Will Muschamp after December’s Birmingham Bowl at Legion Field. From the Big Spur.

Media conference for the 2016 Birmingham Bowl announcing participating teams South Carolina and South Florida. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Indiana rock band the Ataris perform “The Boys of Summer” in December at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Stephanie Amber.

Driving for Dollars in Roebuck with Brian Trippe. From Alabama Real Estate Investor Association.

Promo for crowdfunding campaign for documentary “Letter from a Birmingham Girl.” From Lily Ahree Siegel.

Birmingham’s Fania Davis speaks on “Restorative Justice: A Relational, Healing and Radical Practice” in December at the University of California, Santa Cruz. From IHR.

Family outing to Vulcan and Treetop Family Adventure in Chelsea. From Christopher Mosley.

Promo for Lynsey Weatherspoon Photography. From Lynsey Weatherspoon.

Birmingham singer-actor Jordan Fisher performs in July at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From Austin Bryant.

Exploring Sloss Furnaces. From Sharpenedge.

New York singer-songwriter Sarah Jarosz performs in September at Saturn in Avondale. From Smartabrett.

Instructional video for the Easy Changer, a tool designed to help replace long fluorescent tubes, invented by Birmingham’s Bill Wright. From Terrphyl.

Jim Stephkovich of the National Weather Service Birmingham chats with meteorologist David Neal, formerly of Birmingham, about the drought longevity in Alabama and the lack of rain hitting the state in November. From WeatherNation.

Keep faith. Have a vision. (Our other other other other other vertical video of the week.) From Boo Wezzie.

Inside Lovelady Thrift Store in Eastwood, formerly a Circuit City location. From the Showstopper Shows.

Drone footage of Regions Field downtown. From Bravo Aerials.

Members of Delta Sigma Theta wrap presents donated to the Rickey Smiley Foundation for Birmingham children. From Arkadia Films.

Promo for My Econ (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Melissa King.

Dancers filmed in Birmingham and Nashville for Nashville in Harmony’s Road to Holiday December concert. From Kamren Kennedy.

Highlights from the Sky Is the Limit September mixer/fund-raiser at the Redmont Hotel downtown. From Marks Media.

New York singer-songwriter Ron Pope performs “One Grain of Sand” in October at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Julie-Anne D.

St. Louis alt-country band Son Volt performs “Windfall” in May at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Andrea Childers.

Drone footage of Vulcan. From Rory Williams.

Savannah plays with the motion-activated wall at the McWane Science Center downtown. From Kimberlykaye1985 Kimberly.

Working on a new overpass above I-20/59 at night. From Angel Aldana.

More than 200 volunteers pick up trash at a Lake Purdy cleanup day in November. From AL.com.

Carrie Underwood performs “Good Girl” in November at Legacy Arena downtown. From Matt F.

Alaskan rock band Portugal. The Man performs “All Your Light” in November at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Mark Traylor.

Driving north on Red Mountain Expressway. From Misael 205.

Stop-motion video depicting the Freedom Riders in Birmingham. From Caitlyn1159.

Celebrating the second anniversary of el Apóstol de Jesucristo (Apostle of Jesus Christ) ministry. From Berea Internacional.

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Monday, January 16th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Driving I-20/59 eastbound to downtown. From Joshua Gooden.

Jess Meuse and Emma Joines perform at Moonlight on the Mountain in Hoover. From Bernie Urban.

November memorial service for Bill Dennis. From Doctrinal Studies Bible Church.

Ivy at Gabrella Manor in South Roebuck. From Phillynate.

Clemson vs. Alabama in men’s college basketball in December at Legacy Arena downtown. From Tiger TV.

Drone footage of Star Lake in Hoover. From from GT Auctions.

He’s just a rapper (our vertical video of the week). From Adam Frohock.

Riding a Kawasaki W650 from Chicago to the Barber Vintage Festival in October. From Julian Baker.

A look at Vino restaurant in Mountain Brook’s English Village. From Birmingham Originals.

Visiting the Birmingham Zoo (with narration in Spanish). From Cristina Baeza.

Los Angeles musician Saw Mama tours with band the Cloud of Unknowing during the summer, starting in Birmingham. From Saw Mama.

Interviews from April’s Sports and Entertainment Industry Symposium. From Tahiera Monique Brown.

Minor League Baseball staffers work on building wagons and visiting with patients in September at Children’s of Alabama on Southside. From Birmingham Barons.

Promo for December show Christmas with the Cats featuring Ruben Studdard, Alvin Garrett and Logan the Entertainer at the Carver Theatre downtown. From Alvin Garrett.

Diamond Divas of Atlanta performs in October at Woodlawn High School. From Duane Ellis.

UAB’s Alpha Xi Delta sorority 2016 recruitment video. From Rebecca Jurgens.

Audi A8 getting clean at Foamboyz Wash n Wax in the Central Park neighborhood. From Foamboyz 205.

Birmingham’s St. Paul and the Broken Bones performs “Waves” in September on “Conan.” From Team Coco.

Spotted in Chesterton, Ind., an SW1500 locomotive from the Fairfield Southern Company. From Metra MP36 407.

A stress relief clinic in October for UAB Med School students. From Carron HoopsAlot.

A Sasquatch, filmed in March in the woods near Birmingham. From Top Bigfoot Sasquatch.

An Amtrak train pulls into the downtown station. From Allan Williams.

Grand opening of Keller Williams Vestavia in August along U.S. 280. From Jeremy the Director.

An anti-bullying march in October at Jackson-Olin High School in Ensley (our other vertical video of the week). From Brenda Paige-Ward.

UAB researchers introduce Alabama cancer survivors to a new kind of therapy, gardening. From University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Feature on Pig performing in Birmingham Ballet’s “The Mutt-cracker” in December at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Associated Press.

Track athletes from Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, La., compete in a pre-season meet at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Rose Remedy.

Elvis Presley performs in 1976 at the BJCC Coliseum downtown. From Leon Smith.

Artist Crystal Conner discusses “Love is Groovy,” her contribution to Vulcans on Parade in November (our other other vertical video of the week). The city gave the piece to Liverpool, England, as part of the Sister City Project. From Lovepinklucy.

Talking with Jan Potter of Dreamcakes Bakery in Homewood. From Thomas’ English Muffins and Bagels.

Gas station customer goes nuts (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Anthony Rodriguez.

Behind the scenes with Gary Spence at Food Stop Birmingham. From Food Stop Birmingham.

Demo reel for Birmingham’s Sean Patrick Kirby. From Sean Patrick Kirby.

Highlights from South Carolina in December’s Birmingham Bowl. From Alex M. Grant.

Riding in a Porsche 911 Turbo S at the Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Kyle Harvey.

Santa Barbara musician Seven Lions performs in November at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Corey Ashcraft.

Driving on I-20 from Birmingham to Pell City. From Kerry from Dixie.

Promo for South Carolina’s trip to the Birmingham Bowl in December. From South Carolina Gamecocks.

Bessemer’s Gucci Mane. From Ronald Weaver.

Dr. Smita Bhatia and Jessica Wu of the University of Alabama at Birmingham discuss morbidity and mortality of leukemia patients after a bone marrow transplant. From Harborside Press.

South Carolina practices a couple of days before the Birmingham Bowl. From Gamecock Central.

Alabama rap group Nu! Breed talks with Lady SayDat on the red carpet at the 2016 Alabama Music Awards in July at the Carver Theatre. From Alabama Music.

How to attack the half-guard position in Brazilian jiu-jitsu with George Wehby of Lion Heart Martial Arts Academy in Hoover. From Lion Heart Martial Arts Academy.

Hanging out at the Barber Vintage Festival in October in Leeds. From Driftwoods7.

Alabama Christian artist Cheela performs at Black Market Bar and Grill in Five Points South. From Cheela.

A look at the Velocity Accelerator program at Innovation Depot downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Feature on September’s St. George Middle Eastern Food Festival at St. George Greek-Catholic Melkite Church in Glen Iris. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Paint the Sky Red performs at the 2003 Steel City Metal Fest at the Alabama State Fairgrounds in Five Points West. From Stephen Vining.

Jim Booth, pastor of Blessed Sacrament Church in Arlington-West End, appears on EWTN Radio show “Open Line.” From EWTN.

The Black Cats from Girls Rock Birmingham perform at August’s Sidewalk Film Festival downtown. From Chris Foster.

A glimpse of April’s “A Night of Miracles Encounter” with Christina Glenn Weeks at the BJCC South Ballroom downtown. From PCGWM.

Artie Wilson Jr. on the legacy of his father, who played for the Birmingham Black Barons and the New York Giants. From Alabama NewsCenter.

California blues musician Keb’ Mo’ performs “Closer” in 2015 at Iron City on Southside. From Treser62.

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The Birmingham channel: Snowed in

Monday, January 9th, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Drone footage of Friday’s snow around town. From Alabama Aerial Photography.

Sophie Lovely performs “Can’t Help Falling in Love” (our vertical video of the week). From Sophie Lovely.

The view from Vulcan. From Jason Nail.

Pink Mobb ride in October for motorcycle awareness and cancer support. From Chance the Rider.

Insane Clown Posse performs in October at Zydeco on Southside (our other vertical video of the week). From Bloody Hatchetz.

Sunset along I-20 eastbound. From Daniel the ADD Gamer.

Kenyan gospel singer Lucy Wangeci Chineke performs. From Kikuyu Diaspora Television USA.

Birmingham’s Dorothy Love Coates and the Gospel Harmonettes. From True Gospel Man.

Daniel “Jose” Carr and Bo Berry perform in October at the B.O.S.S. Ultra Bar and Lounge downtown. From Gottfried Kibelka.

A look at the Hollis Museum, a collection of toys and games from the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s by Tim Hollis. From Highland Piper.

Dance party! From Catedraticodj.

Driving along Green Springs Highway, I-65 and I-20. From Misael 205.

Birmingham artist O performs “No More Mista Nice Guy.” From Phreal Innovations.

Birmingham Outlaws at Atlanta Vikings in the first Elite Youth Sports CEO Bowl tournament. From Twin Sports TV.

UAB explores West End High School in the Oakwood Place neighborhood. From UABtv.

The beginning of Saturday vespers at St. Symeon Orthodox Church in the Highland Park neighborhood (our other other vertical video of the week). From David Surrett.

Elvis Presley performs “Hurt” in 1976 at the BJCC Coliseum downtown. From Leon Smith.

Promo for the October Kigooco Explosion music event at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham — The Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover. From Sam Samrack.

Ostriches and giraffes at the Birmingham Zoo. From Super Star Sisters.

Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” animated. From the Exalted Nation of Truth.

Highlights from the 2015 Barber Vintage Festival in October in Leeds. From Revival Cycles.

Twerk time. From Shawty City.

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

Looking over downtown Birmingham. From Just Another Life.

Charles Barkley on minority participation in organ donation programs. From Vicary.

Promo for the Brown-Marx building downtown. From Berkadia Alabama Office.

Interview with Birmingham native Hassan Ralph Williams. From Despite the Challenges.

Rock band 311 performs “Visit” in August at Iron City on Southside. From 311Vision.

Birmingham Fire and Rescue Service firefighters strip at September’s Southern Women’s Show to raise money for the American Cancer Society. From AL.com.

The Miles College Purple Marching Machine Band performs during a game in September at Legion Field. From Roll Tide Alabama State.

A freestyle drumline at the Alabama Music Awards in July at the Carver Theatre downtown. From Alabama Music.

Birmingham rapper Mr. Eastside (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Cnote Foster.

Interview with Steve Lowery, Birmingham artist and illustrator. From Jerry W. Henry.

Driving along I-20/59 and Red Mountain Expressway to Homewood. From Oscar Briones.

Vlog from December. From Erik Halley.

Hair show at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex downtown. From ItsLillybear.

Roundtable with Bebe Goodrich of Icebox Coffee, Cece Pearson of Alabama Baby and Brooke Battle of Swell Fund-Raising. From Stephen Palgon.

Time-lapse footage of driving from Birmingham to Mobile. From Jack H.

Waterproofing the Powell Avenue Steam Plant downtown. From SEME Resources Inc.

Looking at the renovated Federal Reserve building and its new kinetic sculpture downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Racing go-karts during the Pro Racers Social Invitational at the Autobahn Indoor Speedway in Bessemer. From SIMCOMotorsportsTV.

Highlights from November’s Creatives After Dark at Rafiki’s Grill on Valley Avenue. From Live It Up Nation.

Opera Shots pop-up concert in November at Good People Brewing Company downtown. From Opera Birmingham.

Ahmad Ward of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute on voting. From #EuropeGoesUS – LENA.

Leslie Carlisle on the Birmingham Rotary Club’s Pre-K Learning Initiative. From United Way.

Bob Garner, lineman for Alabama Power, at work in 1960. From Donna Arcara.

Hooping at September’s Artwalk on Morris Avenue. From Carron HoopsAlot.

Vlog from October’s Magic City Classic. From Rejine Evans.

Avery and Mom slide. From Adam Humphries.

Driver weaves through cars before wrecking on I-20/59 westbound near I-459 junction (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From BRINKD2B.

Shooting hoops. From Kansas Chaney.

Promo for October’s FangCon 2016 at the Hilton Hotel Perimeter Park. From Cameron Ely.

At a game at Legion Field (our final vertical video of the week). From Roll Tide Alabama State.

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The Birmingham channel: Chaos is a friend of mine

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

A look at Birmingham in videos …

First day on a trip home to Birmingham. From Nicole’s Stories.

Driving in the fog (our vertical video of the week). From Alfredo Alarcon.

Three types of skills at the Porsche Sport Driving School at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Robert Sadler.

Life on the street. From Sala Kamina.

Cristina’s intro segment for Fiesta on Alabama TV. From Alabama TV.

Sunday jazz brunch in December at Five in Lakeview, featuring Tom Jambor on harmonica, Glen Butts on guitar and Scott Housey on bass. From Tom Jambor.

The Salvation Army’s 614 service in October downtown (our other vertical video of the week). From Africa Floyd.

Family Thanksgiving road trip between Lafayette, La., Gulfport, Montgomery, Birmingham and Canton, Miss. From Mi KL.

Celebrating the Balinese holiday of Galungan in October. From King of Momo.

Atlanta band The Ladies Of featuring James Hall performs in August at the Nick on Southside (our other other vertical video of the week). From Christopher Hill.

The Alabama State University Marching Hornets performs at halftime during the 2016 Magic City Classic at Legion Field. From AAMU Band.

Promo for UAB football’s return this fall. From UAB Athletics.

Boston dance band Ripe performs in November at Iron City on Southside. From Sean Mahoney.

Awards time at the 24 Seven Dance Convention in December at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Dance Competition Captures.

Drone footage of Vulcan in December. From James L. Sanderson Jr.

Dabbing at UAB winter graduation ceremonies in December at Bartow Arena. From Janie Martin.

Chicago rock band Chevelle performs “The Red” in September at Iron City on Southside (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Stephanie Amber.

Dogs audition in October for the Birmingham Ballet’s production of “The Muttcracker” at the troupe’s Vestavia Hills studio. From Alabama NewsCenter.

The Birmingham Holocaust Education Center’s L’Chaim 2016 event in August at the Alys Stephens Center on Southside. From BHEC.

A November update from Restoration Church Birmingham in Hoover. From Restoration Church.

Former motorcycle racer David Crandall shows off his vintage motorcycles and Volkswagen Karmann Ghia sports car at his Pelham home. From Eduardo Spock.

Beans Book of Rod Shops visits Vini’s Hot Rods between Alabaster and Calera. From Littlebirds View.

Birmingham R&B singer Roszunn performs in December at Steel 1st and 23rd downtown. From the Real Roszunn.

The Alabama Music Awards pre-show in July at the Carver Theatre downtown. From Alabama Music.

Trying to give away an Amazon gift card. From Town and Country TV.

Members of Birmingham software startup Fleetio have fun around town. From Fleetio.

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

Personnel from the 117th Air Refueling Wing, an Air National Guard base in Birmingham, deploy to Royal Air Force Mildenhall and Royal Air Force Lakenheath in Suffolk, United Kingdom. From 117th Air Refueling Wing.

November Vietnamese service for the Feast of Martyrs. From Lymvideolth.

“If You’ve Never Seen a Sea Lion” by UAB students Daniel Lindsay and Dani Mason, about Kristin Rothblum, trainer at the Birmingham Zoo. From UAB Media Studies.

A look at the 2016 Idea House in Mt Laurel. From Southern Living.

Trainspotting in August in Irondale. From Carson Bean.

Birmingham Christian pop singer Amber Roper performs “Beautiful Scars” at October’s Real Men Wear Pink Tie Gala at Regions Field downtown. From Amber Roper.

Birmingham in 1963. From Natalie Simpson.

Highlight reel for Ramsay wide receiver Genori Parrish. From Street Light Recruiting.

Behind the scenes of “Bernie Maskman Presents” at Buck Mulligan’s Public House in Five Points South. From Daniel Bracker.

Blues guitarist Roy Book Binder performs “New Age Woman Blues” in November at Moonlight on the Mountain in Hoover. From Gottfried Kibelka.

Promo for One Accord prayer event in February at Fullness Christian Fellowship in Vestavia Hills. From One Accord Bham.

A clip from the December TV special “Tony Bennett Celebrates 90” featuring Bob Dylan performing “Once Upon a Time.” The singer filmed his performance in October at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands.

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The Birmingham channel: 2016 gonna 2016

Monday, December 26th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Promo for Birmingham mayoral candidate Randall Woodfin. From Randall Woodfin.

Doug E. Fresh performs during Magic City Classic weekend at Legacy Arena downtown as part of the Magic City Music Fest. From Kwilcox1126.

Birmingham rock band Two State Nation performs in November at the Nick on Southside. From Jay Dexter.

Announcing the 2017 Davis Cup’s return to Legacy Arena in February. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Def Leppard performs “Hysteria” in August at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre. From Janie Martin.

The General Richard Butler Vagabonds Drum and Bugle Corps from Pennsylvania competes at the 1979 Drum Corps International competition at Legion Field. From Barb Bailey.

Austin country musician Bart Crow performs “Little Bit of Luck” in July at Zydeco on Southside, with Bryan Zannotti on drums. From Zannotti Percussion.

Talking with Carson Mitchell of Birmingham garage-surf band Dirty Lungs. From Spice Radio.

A car show at the 2016 Magic City Classic, down the street from Legion Field. From Streetwhipz KJ.

Talking with Black Lives Matter protesters in November at Kelly Ingram Park. From AllGODbuddy.

A whirlwind trip to Birmingham in October includes stops at 5 Point Oyster House Bar, Octane Coffee, Brick and Tin, Insomnia Cookies, Fancy’s on 5th and the Marble Ring. From Michelle Lok.

DeForest B. Soaries Jr. speaks at prosperity gospel program dfree at the Christian Education Congress, National Baptist Convention, in June at the BJCC Meeting Rooms. From Mydfree – dfree is a Financial Freedom Movement.

Birmingham Alive Family Fun Day in July at Legion Field. From Arkadia Films.

MAX bus downtown. From I Ride Public Transit.

Southern Research on fighting the Zika virus. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Chicago Christian singer-songwriter Matthew West performs “Strong Enough” in March at the BJCC Arena downtown. From Bobbieann Cooke.

Promo for Birmingham-based On-Site Productions’ wedding DJ services. From On-Site Productions.

Brooklyn indie rock band Caveman performs “Shut You Down” in October at the Syndicate Lounge on Southside. From Jay Dexter.

Security guard at Railroad Park flies James Leithart’s drone. From Living and Loving Life.

New York comedy troupe the Tenderloins perform for its show “Impractical Jokers” in October at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Brandon Simmons.

Southern rock-jam band Gov’t Mule performs “Captured” in September at Avondale Brewing Company. From Treser62.

L.A. alternative R&B group King performs in October at Saturn in Avondale (our vertical video of the week). From Kel 3000.

The Kent State football team visits the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute downtown in September. From Golden Flashes TV.

Opening for WBRC-6 News at Noon. From Daniel True.

Birmingham’s Courtney Hawkins reaches on a throwing error by Chattanooga pitcher Ryan Eades in the bottom of the first in August at Regions Field downtown. From Minor League Baseball.

Pink Mobb ride in October for motorcycle awareness and cancer support. From Edgar Mata.

Stacking blocks (our other vertical video of the week). From Vision1Ent.

Birmingham blues singer Elnora Spencer performs earlier this month at Moonlight on the Mountain in Hoover. From Gottfried Kibelka.

Downtown urban exploration, plus Vulcan. From Bham Bros.

Real estate agent Brian Trippe speaks at the November Learn Real Estate Investing in Birmingham Meetup. From Alabama Real Estate Academy.

ABC 33/40 tower cam footage of a house fire earlier this month on the 1500 block of Fred L. Shuttlesworth Drive in Druid Hills. From High Tech News.

Boston pop-rock band Lake Street Dive performs in September at Iron City on Southside. From TheClambake5.

Two riders from Birmingham participate in September’s Alpine Loop Gran Fondo ride/race in Virginia. From Wes Douglas.

UAB’s Dr. James Bonner speaks on “Anti-EGFr Monoclonal Antibody Therapy in Head and Neck Cancer” at the 2015 International Conference and Exhibition on Rhinology and Otology in Dubai. From Conference Series LLC.

Hanging out at a Halloween party. From Southern Shade Photography.

Flying in a Piper Archer from Eastman, Ga., to Birmingham. From Madeline Starr.

Church pageant (in Spanish). From Ana Rodriguez.

Legendary guitarist Steve Vai performs “For the Love Of God” in November at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From MrBigal41.

Birmingham Blitz vs. the Georgia Kingz in November at Lawson State Community College. From Iva Williams.

Explainer video for a Pediatric Advanced Life Support course on non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and pregnancy. From Stephen M. Stark.

WWE wrestler Finn Bálor heads to Birmingham for a shoulder operation after being injured at August’s SummerSlam in New York. From WWENewEraHD.

After a trip home to Birmingham, having trouble getting a flight from Atlanta to Toronto. From Nicole’s Stories.

Pitching Lett’s Light Up Birmingham. From Jeffery Scott Lett.

Alabama punk band Snake Church performs in July at Spring Street Firehouse in Avondale. From Vesseldeserted.

Highlight reel for Mountain Brook point guard Jack Brewster. From Jack Brewster.

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The Birmingham channel: Ice capades

Monday, December 19th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Tilt Williams, Hennessey Williams and D. Marsale Jonez perform at a Birmingham nightclub. From DeffMind Film Production.

Jaripeo bull riding in 2011 for Rancho el Solito. From Alison Mackay.

Atlanta Rhythm and Groove performs in November at the Samford 175th Anniversary Ball. From Atlanta R and G.

A fire alarm interrupts August’s election forum at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham — The Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover. From Starnes Publishing.

Dallas Christian pop-rock band The Afters perform “Light Up the Sky” in October at the BJCC Concert Hall. From Bobbieann Cooke.

Birmingham band Act of Congress performs “Astronaut” for this Keep Alabama Beautiful public service announcement. From Phil Schmidt.

Country artist Blake Shelton goes behind the scenes before his surprise free concert in January at Iron City on Southside. From Blake Shelton.

Onstage at the Nick on Southside. From lbarrosov.

Video game tournament Birmingham Brawl 11 in August featuring “Super Smash Bros. Melee.” From Alabama Smash League.

Protest march against President-Elect Trump in November downtown. From AllGODbuddy.

Canterbury, Riverchase and Trinity United Methodist Churches share a common worship theme for Advent 2016, “All Heaven Breaks Loose.” From Trinity UMC.

Connecticut singer-songwriter and “The Voice” champion Sawyer Fredericks performs “Early in the Morning” in August at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Newyorker9.

Nighttime ice skating at Railroad Park downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Talking real estate (our vertical video of the week). From Thelonious C. Jones.

LP talks with Corry Harris, owner of Corry’s Restaurant. From LP Like Paul.

Widespread Panic performs “Surprise Valley” in April at Legacy Arena downtown. From Widespread Panic.

Bill Smith, president of Royal Cup Coffee, talks about the Birmingham company’s expansion project with Stellar Construction. From Stellar.

A look at the 100 Girls of Code workshop in August at Samford’s Brock School of Business. From Agent Carly.

Twerking! (Our other vertical video of the week.) From Prison Fights205.

Birmingham rock band Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires performs at Grant’s Lounge in Macon, Ga. From GPB.

High school singers at the 16th Street Baptist Church downtown. From MrCraytonR.

The Fort Valley State University Blue Machine Marching Band performs during halftime of the Miles College game in September at Legion Field. From Roll Tide Alabama State.

Birmingham-Southern College men’s quartet Southern Harmony rehearses “Salvation Is Created” at Samford University for its Christmas concert. From Daniel Potts.

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The Birmingham channel: Poetry and motion

Monday, December 12th, 2016

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Promo for the Alabama Policy Institute’s annual dinner in October at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex downtown, featuring Justice Don Willett of the Texas Supreme Court. From Alabama Policy Institute.

Opal Lee, a 90-year-old civil rights activist, marches through Birmingham in October from Ft. Worth to Washington to make Juneteenth a federal holiday (our vertical video of the week). From Brenda Ward.

Time-lapse footage from Homewood, with Vulcan in the distance. From Saltymoss.

The 2016 college basketball tip-off party in November at Iron City on Southside. From Knight Eady.

Birmingham hip-hop artist Walter Duke performs at the Alabama Music Awards in July at the Carver Theatre downtown. From OTTV25.

From November, the state of Black Lives Matter Birmingham. From Black Lives Matter Birmingham.

Daxko’s team volunteers in October at YMCA Camp Cosby on Logan Martin Lake as part of Daxko Impact Day. From Daxko.

A look at the Pizitz building downtown undergoing a $70 million renovation. From Alabama NewsCenter.

A trip to the Birmingham Zoo (our other vertical video of the week). From Blue Streak Blonde.

Nashville rock band the Acorn People performs in November at the Nick on Southside. From Jay Dexter.

“Waiting. For Katie,” a song inspired by waiting for drummer Katie outside WorkPlay in Lakeview. From G. Love and Special Sauce.

Tom Tompkins on prophetic leadership at Charis Bible College in Glen Iris. From Tom Tompkins.

ThyssenKrupp Impulse hydraulic elevator at Vulcan Park and Museum. From DieselDucy.

Blue Cadillac. From the Whip Paparazzi.

Checking out the American Girl section at Toys “R” Us. From Tevin the Toy Guy.

Mexican Grupera band Grupo Bronco performs at El Mega Sol nightclub on Valley Avenue. From Carlitos Monterosa.

A look at Woodlawn. From Lords of Sapelo.

Mississippi rock band 3 Doors Down performs “Here Without You” in September at BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Michael Doyle.

Lightning on I-20 (our other other vertical video of the week). From Brian Dominguez.

Talking with Brett Byars, a salesperson at Limbaugh Toyota in the Ensley Highlands neighborhood. From Brett Byars.

Drone footage of Marc Steel Mill in North Titusville. From Southern Sky Pix.

An August Sunday morning in Irondale, catching seven trains. From Carson Bean.

Promo for “Cryin’ by Tonight” by Birmingham rock band Riverbend. From Jack Serra.

A 45 for “Jungle Rock (Part 2)” by the Champels, recorded at Boutwell Recording Studios. From Dick Blackburn.

The 11th annual My Favorite Poem event in September at the Alabama School of Fine Arts downtown. From AWC.

In town for a funeral. From Valerie Granville TV.

Celebrating the Hindu festival Durga Puja by singing “Ki Gabo Ami Ki Shonabo.” From Ayondeep Datta.

British metal band Carcass performs “Carnal Forge” and “No Love Lost” in November at Iron City on Southside. From Official B and B Records.

Around the city. From Erik Halley.

A member of Alpharetta (Ga.) First United Methodist Church describes his student mission in Birmingham over the summer. From Alpharetta First United Methodist Church.

Promo for the 2017 Super Summer Alabama seminary camp in July at Samford University. From Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions.

The Singletarys of Crestwood North talk about their concerns over air quality. From Gasp.

A tour of the Freedom, built by Alabama Tiny Homes in Mt. Olive. From Tiny House Listings.

Kiss performs in 1996 at the BJCC Arena downtown. From SpacemanaceLive.

Performances by Kamplife, Mz Fame, J. Missy, Joejizzle, Killa a k a Ginger Laflare, Yung Dolo and more. From Hip-Hop B’ham.

Visiting drought-stricken Lake Purdy in mid-November. From the Weekend Hiker.

Highlights from the 2016 Joint Leadership Development Conference in October at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. From Alabama Career and Technical Student Organizations.

Watching a train in Trussville. From Carson Bean.

Drone footage of Railroad Park in the fall. From Guzziknight.

A look at the Birmingham Bar Volunteer Lawyers Program. From Victoria Fetner.

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