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Promo for album “Nothing Less” from Birmingham rapper Dog Boy Sho. From Askilled Entertainment Company.

Promo for Birmingham band Act of Congress. From Act of Congress.

January snow. From Live Storms Media.

More snow footage. From Live Storms Media.

Even more footage. From WVTM-13 News.

And closer to home (our vertical video of the week). From Mista Rich.

Looking up at night at the Heaviest Corner on Earth downtown. From s34nVideos.

California reggae bands Rebelution and Iya Terra perform in January at Iron City on Southside, plus sound check. From 311 Vision.

Promo for Eng1ine Fitness gym’s challenge. From Eng1ine Fitness.

And a testimonial. From Eng1ine Fitness

Sacramento rock band Tesla performs in 2009 at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Steve Hagar.

Talking about opening and running Shiki Thai and Sushi in Homewood. From Bli Tut Kanue.

Promo for Resurrection worship night with Hallal Music ministry on April 7 at CrossBridge Church of Christ in Brook Highland. From Hallal Music.

Jalen Battle of Atlanta’s Lambert High School competes in the high jump at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Natalie Leonard.

And Lambert’s Ayesha Kapadia in the high jump. From Natalie Leonard.

A tour of January’s Birmingham Boat Show at the BJCC East Exhibition Halls downtown. From Mid-Alabama Bassin TV.

Jeremy Baker of HO Sports at the boat show. From Russell Marine.

Checking out the Storyteller fountain in Five Points South. From s34nVideos.

Promo for the fifth annual Corporate Challenge fund-raiser in April at Railroad Park downtown. From Knight Eady.

Dashcam footage of driving downtown. From Viagens Imagens.

Dancer Heidi Nicole Stoeckley performs to “Everybody Knows” at the Freeform Showcase at the Dance Foundation in Homewood. From Heidi Nicole Stoeckley.

A performance at the 28th annual American Gospel Quartet Convention in January at Christ Temple Deliverance in Ensley (our other vertical video of the week). From Selina Sipp.

“Cute lil vid of BIRMINGHAM AL 🙂 .” From Seven Maness.

A look at the history of Sixteenth Street Baptist Church downtown. From Ben Bain.

Highlights from Hands on Birmingham’s MLK Day of Service at the Collegeville Community Center. From Kayla Gladney.

Monster truck competition in a virtual Legacy Arena. From Monsterboss3.

Members of the Wiregrass Waves compete in January’s Special Olympics 2019 Birmingham Aquatics Sectional at the CrossPlex in Five Points West (our other other vertical video of the week). From Zapdo Lion.

Grabbing lunch downtown at Granny’s Fish ‘N Grits food truck. From Anjera Mari.

UAB celebrates Christmas with an ’80s pop hit and a Mariah Carey holiday classic. From Collegiate Information and Visitor Services Association.

Air Force One and a presidential motorcade during George W. Bush’s visit in 2006. From Air Adventure.

Promo for Alabaster 1980s pop/rock tribute band the M-80s. From Mercedes Tech.

The M-80s perform “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll.” From Mercedes Tech.

The Blizzard of ’93. From Ken Smith.

A birthday outing at TopGolf in Uptown. From Horror Queen.

Friends of Old-Time Music and Dance, a k a Footmad, event in January at YWCA Central Alabama downtown. From Tom Gordon.

UAB design team vlog in January, with students Cody Abbott, Rod Day, Skylar Davis, Timothy Lee and Carlton Robertson. From Carlton Robertson.

Nashville Grateful Dead tribute band the Stolen Faces performs in January at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From the Stolen Faces.

Nashville country singer Luke Combs performs “Honky Tonk Highway” in January at Legacy Arena downtown. From David R.

Visiting town for the Momentum conference. From Katy Marr.

Highlights from the conference. From Eric Gusevik.

Black History Month feature on the Negro League Southern Museum airing in Raleigh-Durham. From CBS 17.

Trailer for “Iron Grit” (2019), documentary on Richard Arrington Jr.’s rise as first black mayor of Birmingham, by Birmingham director Jamel Lajuan. From Jamel Lajuan.

Birmingham rapper Flaw on Atlanta’s Ridin’ Durty Radio. From Ridin’ Durty Radio.

Boone, N.C., indie band Rainbow Kitten Surprise performs in January at Iron City on Southside. From Lexarroo.

Trailer for Robert Clem’s 2012 documentary “The Jefferson County Sound,” on the traditional gospel quartet style starting in the early 1900s. From Robert Clem.

Walking and talking through LightRails downtown. From s34nVideos.

Promo for Cultivate classes this month at Church Unlimited in Brook Highland Plaza. From Parresia.

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