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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Drone footage of Railroad Park downtown. From Ken Heron.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Skateboarding at Railroad Park downtown. From Ruie Brooks.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Huny Marie on the runway. From Fred.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Dining at Roly Poly downtown. From Lorenzo March.

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

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

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

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

Making an ADDY award. From AAF Birmingham.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Driving to Grandview Medical Center. From Real Karma.

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

Promo for Ensley Entertainment District. From Eventful Media Group.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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