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The Birmingham channel: Now is the spring of our discontent


A look at Birmingham in videos …

Bike ride on Highland Avenue (our vertical video of the week). From Jeff Feet.

Live music at the Oasis in Lakeview. From Actress Gabrielle.

Feature on makeup artist Joy Krystal of Dangshawtybeat downtown. From Sleepover Media.

Helmetcam footage of U.S. 31 (through Homewood) and Five Points South. From Hammereye 85.

Dancing Dolls of Birmingham featured on a March episode of Lifetime’s “Bring It!” From Lifetime.

Talking with artist and teacher Rollina. From Matthew Wilson.

Phoenix Colombian band La Tropa Kumbiambera performs at El Sol on Valley Avenue (our other vertical video of the week). From Michelle Ramirez.

March for Our Lives protest for stricter gun control laws in March in Railroad Park downtown. From Savcookster.

More from the protest. From Terry McCombs.

Dancing in the living room (our other other vertical video of the week). From Erin Coleman.

Trains downtown and in Irondale. From alcheng1000.

Testimonial by salesperson Deana Seuferling of Hoover for Rodan and Fields (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Emily Pennington.

And a testimonial by salesperson Kelli White of Hoover for Rodan and Fields (our final vertical video of the week). From Emily Pennington.

Feature on Krystal Turner of WPYA 97.3 Play. From Sleepover Media.

Representatives of Kulvax, a company for transporting vaccines founded by University of Alabama students, present their business proposal for the Rise of the Rest, a competition awarding $100,000 to a Birmingham startup. From Kulvax.

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks in March at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown to the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives. From Live Satellite News.

The BHM BIZ magazine panel “Healthcare in Birmingham” in March at the Birmingham School of Law downtown. The speakers: Scott McGlaun, senior vice president and chief information officer at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama; Sameer Ather, president and chief executive officer of XpertDox; Whitt Israel, CEO of ICONN Orthopedics; William W. Horton, attorney with Jones Walker; and Sae Evans, accountant at Warren Averett. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Memphis rapper Blac Youngsta performs in 2016 at the Merienda Lounge on Southside. From DJ Greg TRBB.

Elvis Presley performs “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” in 1976 at the BJCC Coliseum downtown. From Roberto Lopes.

Birmingham tax professional Dee Edwards on building a brand. From the Startup Business Factory.

Taking the bus from Atlanta to Birmingham. From Chris Atkinson.

Eighth grade girls basketball: Atlanta Celtics vs. Birmingham Heat in March in Atlanta. From Louie B.

Wayne Heard, trainer at D1 Sports Medicine, speaks at an Innovate Birmingham event at the Birmingham Museum of Art downtown. From Wayne Heard.

The newly extended Vulcan Trail. From Freshwater Land Trust.

Checking out the vendors at March’s Alabama Comic Con at the BJCC South Exhibition Hall downtown. From Greg Peak.

A quick update before working at Comic Con. From Ace News World.

Exercise class at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Douglas Cooper.

Promo for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. From CHK Marketing.

Cars and trucks at the 34th annual St. Patrick’s Parade in Five Points South. From the RPM Standard.

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