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The Birmingham channel: Earth probably first


A look at Birmingham in videos …

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

And more from the kickoff event. From Alabama NewsCenter.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

On a walk downtown. From Deric McGuffie.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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