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Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

A look at Birmingham in videos …

A January weekend in Birmingham. From Maggie Exum Vlogs.

A visitor vlogs his experience in Birmingham. From Christian Deron.

A night at Side Effects downtown. From DJ Dirty Vegas TV.

Let’s Play session from Birmingham YouTube gamer Ray J Gamer, a k a Ray Wallace, on “911 Operator” for a second round. From Ray J Gamer.

Giving shoes and socks on Martin Luther King Jr. Day as part of “Shoes of Hope” at the Smithfield Community Center. From My View Media.

Let’s Play session on “NCAA Football 14” featuring North Texas at UAB in a simulated Legion Field. From Matt Peery.

New Jersey alt-rock singer-songwriter Pete Yorn performs “Black” in January at Saturn in Avondale. From Chris C.

Narrative short film “I Can’t Breathe” (2017), filmed in Birmingham. From Fast Lane Productions.

Green Valley Elementary teacher Al Elliott on an episode of “Teachers Teaching Teachers.” From Paul Allison.

Alabama Shakespeare Festival artistic director Rick Dildine on the group’s production of “Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963.” From Alabama Shakespeare Festival.

Eufaula gospel group the Alabama Gurlz performs “I Can’t Make It” (our vertical video of the week). From A.J. Jordan.

Promo for July’s Motion 19 church student conference at Legacy Arena downtown. From Motion Students.

Nonprofit organization Birmingham Change Fund’s 2011 award of $30,000 went to McWane Science Center and W.J. Christian K-8 School. From Anthony C. Hood.

More on the Birmingham Change Fund. From AFP Alabama.

YOUniversity TV guide to the University of Alabama Birmingham. From It’s Nacho Official.

Sneaker finds at the thrift store (our other vertical video of the week). From Mr. Fatrock.

New York Irish folk band Shilelagh Law performs at defunct Five Points South bar Bailey’s Pub. From Alan Rossnagel.

Vlogging from P.F. Chang’s at the Summit. From RWise.

Highlights from the 2018 Birmingham Bowl. From Birmingham Bowl.

A January storm brings flash floods to parts of Birmingham. From Live Storms Media.

Fred Jemison of Birmingham on the Big Book. From Amber Concept – US.

Hartford religious leaders discuss a recent trip to civil rights sites in Birmingham, Montgomery and Selma. From Fox 61.

Panel at July’s Sloss Tech at Lyric Theatre downtown. Participants: Anthony Hood of UAB, Bill Smith of Shipt, Ashlee Ammons of Mixtrox, Bob Cructchfield of Innovate Birmingham and Josh Carpenter of the City of Birmingham. From Telegraph Creative.

New Jersey comedian Jim Breuer performs in January at Legacy Arena downtown (our other other vertical video of the week). From Sean McGonigle 0829.

Birmingham jam band Earthbound performs at Avondale Brewing Company. From Alan Rossnagel.

Drone footage of Railroad Park downtown. From Karry Jones.

Nashville country band the Steel Woods performs “Southern Accent” in January at Seasick Records in Crestwood. From Taylor Hendrix.

And performing “Without You” a week later at Zydeco on Southside. From Taylor Hendrix.

Commercial for Sellers Law Group. From Sellers Law Group LLC.

UAB football coach Bill Clark speaks in Houston (our final vertical video of the week). From CKW Luxe.

Promo for the Optimas machine for skin treatment at K2 Restorative Medicine in Huffman. From K2 Restorative Medicine.

Highlights from the NRG DanceProject competition in January at the Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover. From NRG DanceProject.

More from the competition. From NRG DanceProject.

Burning rubber in Bush Hills. From Travel Man 357.

Driving from Columbus, Miss., to Birmingham. From Jazmynn Barnes.

Train crossing bell. From Dochinson.

Day trip to the Birmingham Zoo in January. From Camp Courageous.

Kimy Kennedy previews a Vestavia Hills estate sale in January. From Birmingham Estate Sales. From Birmingham Estate Sales.

And one earlier this month in Chelsea. From Birmingham Estate Sales.

Metallica performs “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Iron Man” in January at Legacy Arena downtown. From Metallica TV.

Cockpit view of landing at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From Matt S.

January snow! From Birmingham Alabama Weather.

Musicians from Cathedral Church of the Advent downtown perform “Psalm 127 (The Lord Will Fight for Us).” From Cathedral Church of the Advent.

Fiesta stage at Linn Park downtown. From Luis Diaz.

Vlogging tips discovered while filming in Birmingham. From Nina’s Closet.

Hanging out (and vaping) in George Ward Park. From Jean Phi Vape.

Baritone Corey McKern, in the role of Older Thompson, sings “Pastor, Friends” at a dress rehearsal for Opera Birmingham’s “Glory Denied.” From Opera Birmingham.

And soprano Kathleen Buccleugh, in the role of Younger Alyce, sings “My Darling Jim” at dress rehearsal. From Opera Birmingham.

And soprano Caroline Worra, in the role of Older Alyce, sings “After You Hear Me Out” at dress rehearsal. From Opera Birmingham.

Glimpses of downtown. From Royal Pixels.

Another quick trip around town. From Riley Bradford.

Huntsville rapper JC the Don performs in January at Side Effects downtown. From Gualla Productions.

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The Birmingham channel: The football capital

Friday, February 8th, 2019

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Utah’s Martin Sisters perform the National Anthem and the Pledge of Allegiance in Navajo in November at the National Veterans Day World Peace Luncheon at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown (our vertical video of the week). From Martin Sisterz.

Vlog at the library. Some 70-plus entries from this vlogger in Birmingham in the past month. From Theiux05.

Playing with babies and having fun on a family visit to town. From the Married Ways.

Promo for McCoy Adult Day Care in College Hills. From Sarah Mezzy.

Inside an abandoned iron mine. From Its Keeton.

Highlights from Birmingham Prep’s 2018 championship football season. From Birmingham Prep.

Partying at El Sol on Valley Avenue. From Kenny tha Kamera Man.

Singer Mwalimu Elijah performs. From Kikuyu Diaspora Television USA.

Haircuts for the homeless. From Free Spirit Visions.

In this episode of “Drunk Birmingham Music History,” Mike Gault and Matt Patton of Alabama rock band Model Citizen talk about a show at the Upside-Down Plaza (our other vertical video of the week). From Jenny Gault.

In this episode of “Drunk Birmingham Music History,” Tommy Palladino talks about Atlanta heavy metal band Mastadon (our other other vertical video of the week). From Jenny Gault.

Talking with Carrie Huner, a doctor at St. Vincent’s Primary Care in Vestavia Hills. From Ascension.

Chicago singer-songwriter Noah Gabriel performs his song “Birmingham.” From Noah Gabriel.

Wrestler Daniel Bryan declares his hate for Birmingham at a WWE event in Legacy Arena downtown. From Denis Lukovic.

Talking with players at the “Star Wars: Destiny” regional tournament in January at Card Addicts in Hoover. From Jackalmen Games.

And game coverage. From Outer Rim Smugglers.

Mixed martial arts: Memphis’ Abdul Qawi al Afriki vs. Noah Machan in January at Zamora Shrine Temple in Irondale. From Strikehard.

North Carolina State vs. Rutgers in the 2008 PapaJohns.com Bowl at Legion Field in Graymont. From OHF Big 10.

Promo for August’s Student and Youth Travel Association conference at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex downtown. From SYTA: Student and Youth Travel Association.

Northeastern University community members read an excerpt from Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” From Northeastern.

Bonnie Orth of Mayfield Central Presbyterian Church in New York discusses “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” From Mayfield Presbyterian.

University of Southern California associate professor Dana Johnson reads “Letter from Birmingham Jail” in January at Writers Resist Los Angeles. From Keith Martin.

Bouncing at the trampoline park. From Bentley Flory.

Light snow at night (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Mista Rich.

Stephanie Whitaker of Engaged Wedding Library in Homewood discusses wedding ceremony options downtown. From Engaged Girls.

Nashville country singer Morgan Wallen performs in January at Iron City on Southside. From Holly Hargett.

AC unit at work. From Frank Morrison.

Cordero, a k a Darius James of Birmingham, performs “Love Someone.” From Darius James.

Zuri celebrates her birthday at Spare Time Entertainment in Trussville (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Madd1966dh.

And presents! (Our other other other other other vertical video of the week.) From Madd1966dh.

Climbing the Clark Direct boulder problem at the Moss Rock Preserve Boulder Field in Hoover. From the Great Hambino.

January graduation ceremony for the first class from the Alabama Integrative Ministry School, held at St John’s Episcopal Church for the Deaf in Cahaba Heights, Vestavia Hills. From Episcopal Diocese of Alabama.

Elyton Hotel room tour. From Land Speculation.

Birmingham police procession on Rev. Abraham Woods Jr. Boulevard downtown in January for Sgt. Wytasha Carter, killed in the line of duty (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Sheila Rudolph.

Birmingham Police Chief Patrick Smith speaks at Carter’s funeral in January at Legacy Arena downtown. From WVTM-13 News.

Talking about new AAF pro football team Birmingham Iron. From Turf Toe Sports Show.

At the Birmingham Iron training camp in January in San Antonio. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Promo for opening kickoff of the Birmingham Iron, facing the Memphis Express Sunday at Legion Field. From Birmingham CVB.

Nashville comedian Kay Jay Johnson performs in January at Bennie Mac’s on 1st in Woodlawn (our other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From 615 Kay Jay.

Dashcam footage of I-22 from I-65 to Cordova. From Josephbaskinsr1.

Arena football: Birmingham Steeldogs at Tulsa Talons in a 2002 playoff game. From Diggles 4 Life.

Nashville band Ken Ross Jordan and the Jordanaires performs in 1997 at Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From Ken Ross Jordan.

The student cast of “Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963” rehearses “Great Day” at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival in Montgomery. From Alabama Shakespeare Festival.

Testimonial by Michael Vines for Atlanta’s Partner-Driven Real Estate Investing (our other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Peter Vekselman.

Birmingham City Schools launches Iron Kids fitness initiative in January at Wilkerson Middle School in East Thomas. From Alabama NewsCenter.

An apparent shootout (our other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Youngin Boyz YouTube.

Walking through Lego playground BrickFair in January at the BJCC East Exhibition Hall downtown. From Greg’s Legos.

Commercial for Precision Collision body shop on Center Point Parkway. From Nuthouse Media.

Meanwhile at the bar … (our other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Aniyah Mitchell.

“Birmingham” by New York Americana band the Good Morning Nags performs its song “Birmingham” at Atlantic Sound Studios in Brooklyn. From the Good Morning Nags

Celebrity fitness trainer Kenya Crooks talks with Birmingham client Nora about her weight loss (our other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Kenya Crooks

Highlight reel for Oak Mountain sophomore pitcher Stephen Moraski at December’s Perfect Game National Underclass Main Showcase in Ft. Myers, Fla. From Skill Show Videos.

Walking through the Uptown courtyard (our other other other other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Chapin GT 502.

Drone footage of the demolition of the ramp from Red Mountain Expressway to I-20/59 downtown. From Kevin Henderson.

Another angle. From AL.com.

Commercial for Birmingham Zoo’s Boo at the Zoo. From Jason Jones.

Los Angeles actor/singer-songwriter Jesse McCartney sits for a Q&A session in January at Iron City on Southside (our final vertical video of the week). From Patience H.

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The Birmingham channel: Smile after smile after smile

Wednesday, January 30th, 2019

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Vlogging from Ghost Train Brewing Company in Lakeview. From MeduNerd.

UAB-based dance team Birmingham’s Blazin’ Bhangra performs. Members: Mayank Patel, Karan Patel, Clay Freeman, Mohit Limdi and Jacob Rozycki. From Karan Patel.

Birmingham police transport the body of Sgt. Wytasha Carter to the coroner’s office. Carter was shot in the line of duty earlier this month outside of 4 Seasons Bar and Grill in Smithfield. From P Johnson.

Birmingham comedian Mrs. V (a k a Valencia Johnson) performs in December at New Birth Family Church in Killbough Springs. From Edward Johnson.

Atlanta band Momentum performs in December at the Thomas Jefferson Tower downtown. From Teddybear Entertainment and Music Services.

How to get to BJCC events downtown while I-20/59 is under construction. From the BJCC.

Volunteers tend Shadow Lawn Memorial Gardens, a historically black cemetery in Mason City. From Dee Jackson.

TV One’s Roland Martin on the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute’s rescinding of its award to activist Angela Davis (at 47:00). From Roland S. Martin.

Bernard Nomberg of the Nomberg Law Firm talks with Richard A. Rice of the Rice Firm about workers’ compensation. From the Nomberg Law Firm.

Promo for Shuttlesworth Law Firm in Green Springs, Homewood. From Shuttlesworth Law Firm LLC.

Wake Forest’s Spirit of the Old Gold and Black marching band having fun at December’s Birmingham Bowl. From Anthony Tang.

Highlights from the Monster Jam Triple Threat Series earlier this month at Legacy Arena downtown. From Monster Jam.

More highlights, including EarthShaker. From Santa Nuhfo Vanchy.

Birmingham singers Big Ro Williams and Mose Stovall perform “Born Alabama” in December at Boutwell Auditorium downtown. From Trellsgirl01.

Giving a tour of a UAB dorm room. From Sydney Burrows.

Train near downtown. From Birmingham-Rail Productions.

Mobile’s WKRG-5 report on Via Airlines new nonstop flights between Birmingham and Mobile. From WKRG.

The Grand Atrium at the Riverchase Galleria in Hoover. From VerticalMars1.

Following the Birmingham chapter of the Nation of Islam. From OTTV25 DA8TV.

WIAT-42 report on the death of former Birmingham mayor Larry Langford. From CBS 42.

Imogene Powell of Brasfield and Gorrie inducted into the Alabama Construction Hall of Fame. From Alabama AGC.

Duane Watson of WatsonBruhn General Contractors inducted. From Alabama AGC.

Marzette Fisher of ArchitectureWorks inducted. From Alabama AGC.

“Elf” or “Home Alone”? From 45 Inc. Birmingham.

And favorite Christmas tradition? From 45 Inc. Birmingham.

Elevator at Hampton Inn in Leeds. From TJ Elevator Fan.

Montgomery rock band Barrens performs in June at Brennan’s Irish Pub in Five Points South. From Barrens Music.

Driver stuck on I-65 downtown films traffic jam (our vertical video of the week). From K Hawk.

Ohio mathcore band From a Second Story Window performs in 2003 at Cave 9 on Southside. From Nicks2319.

Performing “Your Favorite Rapper.” From ĀJŌ.

Da Hood Preacher performs at Kelly Ingram Park downtown (our other vertical video of the week). From Da Hood Preacher a k a Rev. Dr. Jerry Hunter, Jr.

Drone footage of Liberty Park. From Bill Watters Photography.

The 2015 Magic City Classic at Legion Field. From Alex Hines.

Highlights from December’s Digi.City Connects Birmingham roundtable earlier this month at Innovation Depot downtown. From Digi.City.

Smiles at Miami Fusion Cafe downtown. From Arielbriana.

Kimy Kennedy previews a Mountain Brook estate sale. From Birmingham Estate Sales.

A race at the CrossPlex in Five Points West. From Anthony_ king793.

An anti-abortion march earlier this month on Southside. From Frederick Pogorzelski.

Hockey: Birmingham Bulls at Knoxville Ice Bears earlier this month, with an overtime finish. From Kyle Knell.

Macon’s WMAZ-13 report on the Bulls at Macon Mayhem earlier this month. From 13WMAZ.

Walking through the Birmingham Zoo. From VerticalMars1.

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The Birmingham channel: Jockeys on strike

Wednesday, January 9th, 2019

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Music in December at Innisfree Pub in Lakeview. From Actress Gabrielle.

A look at men’s clothing store On Time Fashions at the Eastwood Village Shopping Center. From Sam Dabit.

Showreel for 2019 for Birmingham director Jason O’Brien. From Fast Lane Productions.

Music video for “Back to Birmingham,” by Birmingham pop-punk-rock band American Dream Factory. From Kendall M.

Vestavia Hills dance band Margeaux and the Cat’s Meow performs “Summertime” in December at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Actress Gabrielle.

Atlanta singer Rosita Cooper performs. From Rosita Cooper.

Wedding photo booth fun. From Dedrick English.

Stephanie Whitaker of Engaged Wedding Library in Homewood discusses costs for day-of wedding coordinators. From Engaged Wedding Library.

Road trip to the CrossPlex in Five Points West for a track meet. From Laila S.

Birmingham musician Eric McGinty performs “Nobody Home” in December at Mojo Pub in Lakeview. From Actress Gabrielle.

Promo for Graham Group Real Estate in Hoover. From Graham Group.

Santa Claus visits Summer Classics Home in Pelham. From Summer Classics.

Russian deathcore band Slaughter to Prevail performs “Chronic Slaughter” in December at Zydeco on Southside. From Jeffrey Metzger.

Promo for Vintage Comfort Food Company truck. From Brock Rotter.

Demo reel for drone videography service Cyberhometour in Pelham. From Cyberhometour.

UAB assistant professor Brooks Wingo, right, and Alison Cogan of the Washington VA Medical Center talk about the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine’s Early Career Networking Group. From ACRM.org.

Birmingham in-line skaters Matty Schrock and Philip Moore featured in “8 Down” by Mike Buckalew. From Mike Buckalew.

Jazz in December at B.O.S.S. Ultra Bar and Lounge on Southside. From Actress Gabrielle.

San Jose death metal band Exhumed performs “Vacant Grave” in 2001. From Lord Luminance.

Birmingham Bowl teams Memphis and Wake Forest visit patients in December at Children’s of Alabama on Southside. From Children’s of Alabama.

Memphis’ Tony Pollard Jr. runs 97 yards for a touchdown on a kickoff return. From T.E.N. Spot.

Bowl week welcome event at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Memphis practice at Hoover High. From Memphis Tiger Network.

At the end of the game with a Wake Forest fan. From Steven Hailey.

Game highlights. From Victors Valiant.

Exceptional Foundation participants and Memphis and Wake Forest players have fun at the Exceptional Experience in December at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

College football: UAB at Tennessee in 1998. From Larry Smith.

Highlight reel for defensive tackle/offensive lineman Phillip Davison Jr. From Big Phil the Director.

Dashcam footage of I-65 from Montgomery to Birmingham. From Kenny Ram.

Interview with New York composer Tom Cipullo about “Glory Denied,” Opera Birmingham’s production on Jan. 25 and 27 (our vertical video of the week). From Opera Birmingham.

Leigh King Forstman reports on the Birmingham Bar Association Women Lawyers Section for 2017. From Birmingham Bar Association.

At the beat auction. From Elmore Management.

Practice at Birmingham Dance Theatre in Hoover. From Matt Edmonds.

The Regals performs “Use Me” in December at Innisfree Irish Pub in Lakeview. From Actress Gabrielle.

Real estate agent Devon Harris with Harris Homes Realty in Alabaster visits a house in East Lake. From Devon Harris.

In this episode of “Drunk Birmingham Music History,” Barron Bethea of Birmingham punk band Skeptic? talks about seeing the Exploited at the Nick (our other vertical video of the week). From Jenny Gault.

Train. From NS Railfan Productions/NRP.

Fall 2018 showreel for ABC-33/40 reporter Stephen Quinn. From Stephen Quinn.

Horse racing sans jockeys. From Yani Eugenio Alvarez Nava.

Installing ductwork in the crawl space of a Center Point house. From 3D Air Services LLC.

Chicago deathcore band Oceano performs “The Taken” in December at Zydeco on Southside. From Jeffrey Metzger.

Promo for downtown attorney Marcus A. Jones III. From Small Business Spotlight.

Walking around the Amtrak Crescent (our other other vertical video of the week). From Osboy2.

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The Birmingham channel: Little shop of ho ho’s

Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Highlight reel for Ramsay sophomore small forward Zoe Cooper. From C.C.

A visit to the Moon Shine rooftop bar at Elyton Hotel downtown. From Devon Harris.

Promo for a Kwanzaa workshop earlier this month in Five Points West. From OTTV25 DA8TV.

Stephanie Whitaker of Engaged Wedding Library in Homewood discusses Birmingham-area venues that allow outside catering. From Stephanie Whitaker.

A tour of the Holiday Shop in Hoover’s Rocky Ridge neighborhood. From Kimberly Arnwine.

Activist Carlos Chaverst Jr. speaks at the Justice for E.J. Community Forum earlier this month at Muhammad Mosque No. 69 in Arlington–West End. The protesters are focused on the Hoover Police shooting of Emantic Bradford Jr. on Thanksgiving (our vertical video of the week). From Hoover Toob.

Birmingham pastors respond to the killing of Emantic Bradford Jr., the protests and their community. From David Barnhart.

Protesters at the Hoover Walmart. From ABC Daily News.

Bullet holes in the windshield (our other vertical video of the week). From Youngin Boyz YouTube.

Dancing on the party bus! (Our other other vertical video of the week.) From Poke Jordan.

A Tennessee Coal and Iron mine. From Its Keeton.

An iron mine in Leeds. From Its Keeton.

Elton John performs “Your Song” earlier this month at Legacy Arena downtown. From Bama Guy n Bham.

“Birmingham pastor caught on hidden camera taking woman’s panties off claiming to heal her.” (Our other other other vertical video of the week.) From Icolemancomedy.

Jesse Sierke paints at Art Town in East Lake Station (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Walter Simon.

Music video for “So Connected” by Birmingham rappers Mafia Squad featuring Yak Boi Fella. From Da Real Jay Popeye.

Singing at the Alabama State Sacred Harp Convention in November at Jefferson State Community College near Center Point. From Jonathon Smith.

Dashcam footage of driving I-20/59 from Fairfield to Trussville. From 504 Road Trips.

Promo by DeWayne Morris, pastor of Greater Works Church in Roebuck Plaza (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Greater Works Church of Birmingham.

Promo for finance expert Boyce Watkins at February’s A.G. Gaston Conference at the BJCC East Meeting Rooms downtown (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Your Black World.

Birmingham group Voices of the South performs “White Christmas” in 2017 at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Dennis R. Jones.

Concord, Calif., band Blue Devils competes in the 1979 Drum Corps International World Championships at Legion Field. From the Blue Devils.

And again in 1980. From the Blue Devils.

Driving in and around Birmingham. From Gone with Jon.

She’ll be there for you: Mountain Brook’s Courteney Cox (hi, Courtney!) surprises “Friends” superfan Suzy Antonyan on her birthday. From David Dobrik.

Soccer: Birmingham United SA 03 vs. Yankee United FC Reign NPL-03 at November’s Disney Girls Soccer Showcase in Orlando. From Stream Sports 2.

In this episode of “Drunk Birmingham Music History,” Jeff Herring talks about a strange incident at the Upside-Down Plaza in Five Points South (our other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Jenny Gault.

In this episode of “Drunk Birmingham Music History,” Jennifer Herring describes a floor-shaking moment at Tuxedo Junction in Ensley (our other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Jenny Gault.

New York rapper Mod Da God performs in November at WorkPlay in Lakeview (our other other other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Queen T.T.’s Dynasty.

Walking through Linn Park downtown (our final vertical video of the week). From William Graham.

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The Birmingham channel: A moment of panic

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Lee County teams compete in the Special Olympics Unified Alabama Volleyball scrimmage and tournament held at the CrossPlex in Five Points West (starting at 27:22). From L.H. Heavy.

Walking around 16th Street Baptist Church downtown. From Ted Loucks.

Singer Queen Naija performs in November at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Bree Jones.

In May at Railroad Park, UAB launches statewide participation in the All of Us Research Program from the National Institutes of Health. The project goal is to collect health data from 1 million subjects for better individual medical care. From Wondros Global.

Taking shots at TopGolf in Uptown (our vertical video of the week). From the Bogey Bros.

Matthew Whitaker of GKHouses property management in Homewood on renting out a home. From GKHouses.

Sunrise in Birmingham (our other vertical video of the week). From Light and Dark.

Skating at Faith Skate Supply downtown. From Sasha.

The Mt. Olive Baptist Church Mass Choir performs during service on Southside (our other other vertical video of the week). From Jessica Y. Garner.

Promo for Salter Ferguson law firm near Lee Branch. From Salter Ferguson LLC.

Drone footage of UAB, Southside, downtown and Vulcan. From Jason Byrd.

Texas Travelers’ Madison McClarity hits a two-run homer against the Birmingham Thunderbolts 04 at the Bolts’ Five Star Exposure Tournament in November in south Alabama. From Texas Travelers Softball.

Strolling through the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Tŏng Yé.

Testimonials for Vitalogy Wellness Center in Homewood. From Farah Sultan.

Visiting the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Leeds. From Abom Adventures.

The Bards of Birmingham performs Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” in November at Unity of Birmingham in Highland Park. From Steven Cullen.

Hiking at Ruffner Mountain. From Payton Mcfarland.

Report from an Atlanta station on the Thanksgiving shooting at the Riverchase Galleria in Hoover. From 11 Alive.

Shoppers running after gunshots; witness account. From Video Break.

Making an arrest near two bodies. Warning: graphic footage. (Our final vertical video of the week.) From Kyla Whitehead.

NBC report on Birmingham residents reconciling 50 years after racial segregation in Birmingham. From NBC News.

Climbing at the Moss Rock Preserve Boulder Field in Hoover. From Lane Lawley.

Promo for Birmingham rapper C-Ready. From None But Music.

Talking with the homeless in Birmingham. From Free Spirit Visions.

Alabama Power becomes one of three finalists for the 2018 Kanthal Award, recognizing innovation in heating technology and energy. The Birmingham utility’s Technology Applications Center fosters conversion from gas to electric heating solutions in foundries for industrial customers. From Kanthal.

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The Birmingham channel: 200 down, 200 to go

Thursday, November 29th, 2018

Note: Last week’s edition was our 200th installment of the Birmingham channel! It all started in 2014 with this video roundup.

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne performs “Trouble” in earlier this month at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown (our vertical video of the week). From Justin Pruett.

Highlight reel for Oak Mountain sophomore pitcher Connor Adams at October’s Perfect Game Fall Academic Showcase in Atlanta. From Skill Show Videos.

Atlanta rapper Mac Squirt performs earlier this month at Club Volcano in Ensley. From Mac Squirt.

Talking with the Birmingham Police during the Magic City Classic. From Essay Watts T.V.

Vlogging around town. From Nicole J la única y Lil bry la j familia.

Seattle rock band Unwed Sailor performs earlier this month at TrimTab Brewing Company in Lakeview. From J.D.

Driving on I-459. From D!Eguitθ Nico.

Halftime shows for the Tuskegee University Marching Crimson Piper Band and Miles College’s Purple Marching Machine earlier this month in Fairfield. From Natalie Woods Davis.

UAB celebrates raising $1 billion in 10 years. From University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Highlight reel for Oak Mountain sophomore first baseman Jake Derecki at October’s Perfect Game Fall Academic Showcase in Atlanta. From Skill Show Videos.

“Daily Show” host Trevor Noah discusses the Hoover Police shooting Emantic Bradford Jr. on Thanksgiving. From the Daily Show with Trevor Noah.

Soccer. From John 502 Atlanta Georcia.

Having fun at the Birmingham Zoo. From Janae and Janaya.

Meet Farley the sea lion at the zoo (our other vertical video of the week). From Carol Thomas.

Drone footage of May’s Zoo Run. From Discovery Drone.

Dancing at Uptown and the BJCC area. From Patrick Anthony.

Stephanie Whitaker of Engaged Wedding Library in Homewood discusses downtown wedding venues. From Stephanie Whitaker.

Auburn surf rock band Man or Astro-Man? performs in 2016 at Saturn in Avondale. From Christopher Hays.

A quick look from Railroad Park and Vulcan. From BarterScoop.

Passing an accident on I-65 downtown. From Mauricio Muñiz.

Drone footage of Lake Purdy, filmed in October. From Jonathan Buxton.

Cool cars at October’s Magic City Classic. From Alabama Whipz.

More cars. From the Whip Paparazzi.

Train downtown. From Jeff Martin.

Journey performs “Stone in Love” in August at Legacy Arena downtown. From Michael Doyle.

Pressure washing a house’s exterior (our other other vertical video of the week). From Polo Painting Birmingham Al.

Legendary guitarist Steve Vai and the Alabama Symphony Orchestra perform “For the Love of God” earlier this month at the Alys Stephens Center on Southside. From R0cker Productions.

Photography meetup downtown. From Lydia.

Elevator at TopGolf. From Wolf 570.

Diwali dancers perform earlier this month at Alys Stephens Center. From Nilesh Kumar.

Tampa couple takes road trip to Birmingham, including stops at Pies and Pints and Back Forty Brewing Company. From Caitie Ventures.

Getting ready to flip this house (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Boom Box 256.

Dashcam footage of driving I-65 from Huntsville to Birmingham. From Kenny Ram.

Def Leppard performs in August at Legacy Arena downtown. From Michael Doyle.

Talking with Joi Brown of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. From Whats Happening Bham.

X-ray (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Da Real Bartlo.

Inside the vault (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From DaReal Bartlo.

Downtown bus (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Jaylin Manly.

Nashville country singer Chris Lane performs “Fix” earlier this month at Iron City on Southside (our final vertical video of the week). From Bonnie Britt.

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The Birmingham channel: A Classic closeup

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Slapout country singer-songwriter Dee White performs “Rose of Alabama” in September at Zydeco on Southside, captured on Russ Sternglass’ “drumcam.” From Russ Sternglass.

Like Paul performs in Linn Park downtown (our vertical video of the week). From LP LikePaul.

Rocker Marilyn Manson performs in October in a return engagement at Iron City on Southside. From Vladimir Fuerte.

Talking with Jennifer Hogan, assistant principal at Hoover High School. From DisruptED TV.

Talking with Danny Steele, principal at Thompson Sixth Grade Center. From DisruptED TV.

Driving through Malfunction Junction. From Lewis Tours Videos.

Nutrition technician Star Bullock talks about her work at the Birmingham Zoo. From Birmingham Zoo.

Driving at night (our other vertical video of the week). From DL R3cords.

Talking with civil rights foot soldier Jeff Drew about “Dynamite Hill.” From 99 Voices.

How Ruffner Mountain is helping to protect endangered bats. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Pastor Justin Karl on founding the Citizens Church in Birmingham, from Louisville’s Sojourn Collective. From Justin Karl.

Surge protectors for HVAC units. From 3D Air Services LLC.

Birmingham experimental band Probably the Tornado performs “Family Portrait” in June at Saturn in Avondale. From Casey Hitt.

Feature on Meg Ford, programs coordinator at Ruffner Mountain and violinist. From Jessica Chriesman.

“Fair Housing in Birmingham: An Untold Story” from the Birmingham Association of Realtors. From 1987.

Guadalajara’s Los Inquietos del Norte performs in October at El Mega Sol in Glen Iris. From John 502 Atlanta Georcia.

Testimonial by Mr. Peller for Inverness real estate company Bamavest. From Bamavest.

Drone footage of Legion Field. From Above Alabama.

Exceptional Foundation participants dance to “Thriller” in September at the Country Club in Birmingham, as part of the Dinnertainment fund-raiser. From Alexandra Kamburis.

Highlight reel for Tia, catcher/third base for the Birmingham Thunderbolts 2024 softball team. From T Siaosi Tuimoloau – Montgomery.

Out for a group ride in Bush Hills. From Bezze the Goat.

YouTuber the FireArm Guy discusses a masked gunman who opened fire in an Arlington–West End McDonald’s in October. An armed customer shot and killed the gunman. From the FireArm Guy.

More on the McDonald’s shooting. From Ramfis Quinones News Videos

Birmingham college student Walter Carr talking with host Steve Harvey earlier this month on “Steve.” Carr had walked 20 miles for his job. From WVTM 13 News.

Hanging out at the Magic City Classic in October. From Makeup Mesha.

The gameday parade downtown. From Country Boi Erick.

The game itself. From Alex Hines.

The Carver Mighty Marching Rams in the parade. From Covering All River Region Sports Alabama State.

From the post-game concert. From Phresh Game Peezy.

Alabama A&M’s Marching Maroon and White heads into Legion Field. From Apok Vlogs.

The A&M band performing on the field. From 318Mann.

More fun from Classic week. From Yung Playa Entertainment

Drone footage of the Red Rock Trail System, including the Rotary Trail downtown. From AirFowl.

Exploring an abandoned iron ore mine. From Its Keeton.

Birmingham rocker Will Stewart performs “Sipsey” in October at the Nick on Southside. From the Nick Bham.

Ft. Worth country singer Cody Jinks performs “Head Case” in October at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Taylor Hendrix.

Wrapping up a weekend getaway to Hoover. From Taylormade TV.

A look at the nonprofit organization Community Kitchens of Birmingham. From Matt Ennis.

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The Birmingham channel: Caught on tape

Saturday, November 17th, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

From the downtown set of horror short “The Eye.” From Cody Gremlin.

Lynyrd Skynyrd performs “Sweet Home Alabama” in October at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham. From HomeSouth Builders.

Downtown view from Vulcan. From Geography Uber Alles.

Back home in Birmingham. From Country Boi Erick.

Girls soccer: Baton Rouge SC 04 Black vs. Gulf Coast Texans in September at the U.S. Youth Soccer National League Mid-South Conference. From Trevis Thompson.

Worship Night in October at King’s Way Church in Irondale. From King’s Way Church.

Activist and Birmingham native Angela Davis speaks in October in Madrid. From La Casa Encendida.

Security footage of a burglary at a house in southwest Birmingham. From Ron Terry.

Seattle rock band Alice in Chains performs “Would? in October at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Mdmar10.

Commercial for S Nails and Spa in Inverness. From S Nail and Spa.

Members of the New Orleans Pelicans send a special message to Birmingham, which will play host to an NBA G League team in 2022. From WVTM 13 News.

More on the new minor league basketball team. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Nashville folk-country singer-songwriter CeCe Hetrick performs in October at the Nick on Southside. From CeCe Hetrick.

Exotic cars in the Summit parking lot. From Green Ninja 5.

And there they go. From Green Ninja 5.

Highlight reel for Oak Mountain junior running back Jonathan Bennett. From J. Bennett.

The play “Women – Saucy and Sweet” in April at Samford University. From Isabel Azar.

The UAB homecoming parade in October on University Boulevard. From Tŏng Yé.

Lafayette, La., contemporary Christian singer-songwriter Lauren Daigle performs “Rescue” in October at the Alabama Theatre downtown (our vertical video of the week). From Paul Thai.

Promo for the Velocity Accelerator business training program at Innovation Depot downtown. From Innovation Depot.

Parker Landwehr joins Vestavia Hills tech staffing agency ITAC Solutions as a recruiter. From ITAC Solutions.

Rapper Colbi Babi D2S performs in September at Zydeco on Southside. From Colbi Babi D2S.

Birmingham real estate agent Gene Darden gives an update on the real estate market. From Southern Realty Specialists KW the Real Estate Gene.

WSFL’s Birmingham Fire vs. USFL’s Tampa Bay Bandits in Madden 08 PC. From Mark Wilson.

Promo from Pauly Shore for his appearance earlier this month at the Stardome Comedy Club in Hoover. From Pauly Shore.

Prescott, Ariz., jam band Spafford performs “West L.A. Fadeaway” in October at Saturn in Avondale. From Isom Morgan.

Athens blues-rock band Allgood performs “Trilogy” in October at Avondale Brewing Co. From Yesterdays Today.

Los Angeles singer-songwriter Tori Kelly performs “Soul’s Anthem (It Is Well)” in October at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Haley Catherine.

Commercial for the Ford Mustang at Adamson Ford downtown. From #AlwaysAdamson.

Youth hockey: Birmingham Bulls at Nashville Flyers in October. From Nashville Flyers.

Tyler Kime of Standard Air, Plumbing and Insulation on turning on the furnace for the first time. From Means Advertising.

Quebec City indie-dance band Men I Trust performs in October at Saturn in Avondale. From Large Marge.

Newark poet Jasmine Mans performs “Birmingham” in Houston. From Write About Now.

Promoting UAB for study abroad students from Turkey. From AnkaStudy Yurtdışı Eğitim Danışmanlığı.

Looking up at Vulcan. From Geography Uber Alles.

Alabama football coach Nick Saban speaks at the Monday Morning Quarterback CLub in October at the Harbert Center downtown. From Charlie Potter.

Car fire spotted while traveling on I-65 south of Hoover (our other vertical video of the week). From Henry Gordon.

Talking with founder Keith Crowe about Hope Street Christian Ministries in Woodlawn. From Danny Kang Austin.

Birmingham’s Jonathan Davis talks about his experience at Berea College in Kentucky. From Berea Admissions.

Feature on the Essential restaurant which opened in July downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Drone footage of LabCorp downtown. From Edmonds Engineering Inc.

Vlogging from Children’s of Alabama on Southside. From Panda King4cVLOGS.

Michigan rapper NF performs in January at Iron City on Southside (our other other vertical video of the week). From Tyler Harrison.

Southern rock-jam band Gov’t Mule performs “Revolution Come, Revolution Go” in October at the Lyric Theatre downtown. From Actress Gabrielle.

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The Birmingham channel: Earth probably first

Friday, November 9th, 2018

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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Vote 2018: Alabama general election results

Tuesday, November 6th, 2018
Vote 2018

Who won their races today in the midterm elections? Here are results from the top offices in Alabama and Jefferson County …

More election coverage in our Vote 2018 special report.

Update Nov. 7: Voter turnout was 49.8 percent. Compare that to 41 percent in 2014, 57.5 percent in 2010.

(Updating throughout the evening.)

(Contested races only)

  • D = Democrat | I = incumbent | R = Republican
  • Winner in red

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Vote 2018: The stormy midterms have arrived

Tuesday, November 6th, 2018
I Voted Today sticker

Photo: Steve Rainwater (CC)

Time to vote, y’all. Polls are open till 7 tonight with races at the local, state and national levels, plus a handful of state amendments.

Vote 2018

Q: Where do I vote?

A: Call Jefferson County: (205) 325-5550, Jefferson County (Bessemer only): (205) 481-4105, Shelby County: (205) 669-3913.

Or Search Your Polling Place on AlabamaVotes.gov.

Wade on Birmingham:
election results tonight

Remember, if you have problems at your polling place:

You can request a provisional ballot under special circumstances.

Q: What can I expect to see on the ballots?

A: Check out these sample ballots for each county.

You’re voting for U.S. Representative, state (including governor) and county officials, plus amendments.

Who are you voting for today? Tell us in the comments.

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The Birmingham channel: All dressed up

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

On Southern Research’s work in “green chemistry.” From Alabama NewsCenter.

All dressed up for Boo at the Zoo earlier this month at the Birmingham Zoo. From Tŏng Yé.

Looking at the skyline from Red Mountain. From Harvie Woolley.

Commercial for Grille 29 restaurant at Brookwood Village in Homewood. From Means Advertising.

Stuck in nighttime traffic on I-65 near the Pelham/Helena exit (our vertical video of the week). From Alex Eaton.

A look at Vulcan and the skyline. From Buffett2010.

Matthew Whitaker of GKHouses property management in Homewood on customer reviews. From GKHouses.

And looking at industries that drive house rentals. From GKHouses.

Austin guitarist Eric Johnson performs earlier this month at WorkPlay in Lakeview. From Actress Gabrielle.

UAB at Air Force in a battle of mascots in “NCAA Football 13.” From Intrust Games.

And UAB at University of Akron. From Intrust Games.

Birmingham musicians perform at 100 Drummers Drumming earlier this month in Selma. From Jerry Hines.

Promo for Birmingham Parent magazine’s video content. From Video Visions Media Marketing.

Gadsden hip-hop artist Yelawolf performs in 2017 at Avondale Brewing Company (our other vertical video of the week). From UnderGroundBooking UGB.

Examining squirrel damage to the second story exterior. From Rid-A-Critter, Inc.

Feature on Birmingham artist Maria Kalaff. From Forever Films Alabama.

Host Sarah Silverman visits activist group Woke Vote in Birmingham, talking with founder DeJuana Thompson and other members. The segment is part of Hulu’s series “I Love You, America.” From I Love You, America.

Promo for D.R. Horton home builder’s Rocktoberfest earlier this month in Hoover. From DR Horton’s Rocktoberfest 2018.

Birmingham bluegrass band Over the Hillbillies performs at Birmingham-Southern College. From Open Art Studio of Cynthia Parsons.

Interview with Noah Kirkland, chef garde manger/line cook at Highlands Bar and Grill in Five Points South. From APT IQ Learning Network.

Drone footage includes downtown at night. From Conoce Films.

A look at the Porsche Driving Experience at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds. From Margo Siewert.

Exploring the Roebuck Shopping Center. From Chris Travels.

Testimonial from UAB student Farrah-Amoy Fullerton for online science tutorial Osmosis. From Osmosis.

Miami’s Moto Studio motorcycle builder earlier this month at the Barber Vintage Festival. From Black Mambo.

Jacksonville country singer Riley Green performs “Bury Me in Dixie” in August at Legacy Arena downtown. From Timothy Larsen.

Drone footage of a quarry. From Justin Real.

Trains downtown. From Great American Railfan.

Looking at Raymond Kaskey’s sculpture “Three Ministers Kneeling” in Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From Buffett2010.

Birmingham rapper G.Q performs earlier this month at the Nick on Southside. From G.Q Official Booking.

Patrick McDonald of WVTM-13 on his background as a Marine and working with the TV station. From Hearst Television Careers.

Fun at the Teshua Farms pumpkin patch in Westover. From Megan Pettus Videography.

Commercial for Shadrack’s Christmas Wonderland at Birmingham Greyhound Racing in Liberty Highlands. From Shadrack Productions.

The making of “Everywhere All the Time,” performed by New York’s Seán Curran Company and Chicago’s Third Coast Percussion. Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center and Brooklyn Academy of Music commissioned the piece. From BAM.

A virtual train chugging through Birmingham in the video game “Trainz.” From Deep South Railfan.

Baton Rouge rapper Kevin Gates meets fans on the red carpet before performing earlier this month at the BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Kevin Gates Uploads.

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The Birmingham channel: Living history

Monday, October 22nd, 2018

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Another promo for Homewood gym Nexus Fitness. From Nexus Fitness.

A snowy streetscape. From Vicki Violet.

Rochester Community TV’s abbreviated version of “The Watsons Go to Birmingham – 1963” by Christopher Paul Curtis, a submission for the 90-Second Newbery Film Festival contest. From Rochester Community TV.

Summary of Birmingham mayor Randall Woodfin’s strategic plan for the upcoming year. From Mayor Randall Woodfin.

Original foot soldiers from the 1963 Children’s Crusade and children take part in a May re-enactment of the downtown civil rights march. From Kayla Gladney.

Driving through Mountain Brook. From Walt Moore.

Q&A with Kitana McGuire, human resources recruiter with Birmingham consulting firm 45 Inc. From 45 Inc. Birmingham.

Drone footage of an apartment complex in Ensley Highlands. From Blue Marlin Equity Group.

Sisters in Christ of Tuscaloosa perform in September in Birmingham (our vertical video of the week). From Ttown Bass.

Walking through the Garden Center at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Vertical Mars 1.

And walking through the gardens. From Vertical Mars 1.

Alan Spears of the National Parks Conservation Association on protecting public lands and historic sites such as the 16th Street Baptist Church. From On Common Ground.

Boys soccer: FC Dallas 02 vs. NO Spartans 02 in September at the Birmingham Bash tournament. From Keith O’Leary.

New York singer David Byrne performs “Blind” earlier this month at BJCC Concert Hall downtown. From Robby Stewart.

Dashcam footage of driving east on I-22 to downtown. From Hanny Daddy.

Jam session with Helena singer-songwriter Shelia King and Birmingham keyboardist Steve Long. From Shelia King.

Dashcam footage of Los Angeles to Birmingham. From Neal.

An episode of HGTV’s “House Hunters” in Birmingham that aired earlier this month featuring couple Patrick and Rachel and real estate agent Sloane Rhoden. From Home Design.

Memphis YouTuber Dewayne Bash hits Birmingham. From Famous Animal TV.

Tallahassee rock band Mayday Parade performs earlier this month at Iron City on Southside (our other vertical video of the week). From Brittany Whisman.

“Snakes in the Hood,” a dramatic feature shot and set in Birmingham. From Da MovieKidd.

Looking through the UAB roster on “NCAA Football 13.” From Intrust Games.

A trip to Birmingham for a movie at AMC Classic Lorna Ridge 10 in Hoover and shopping at Hometown Supermarket in Green Springs, Homewood. From Cody Gremlin.

Q&A with Birmingham artist John Lytle Wilson, who created “Return to Unicorn Island,” a paint-by-numbers audience-participation work at the Birmingham Museum of Art downtown. From Birmingham Museum of Art.

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Vote 2018: Sample ballots for Jefferson, Shelby County general election

Friday, October 19th, 2018

Vote 2018

Election Day in America is almost upon us.

• If you’re not registered to vote, you have until Monday at 5 p.m. Register online with the State of Alabama. Register in person at:

  • local boards of registrars,
  • state and county offices that provide public assistance,
  • driver’s license renewal offices,
  • county library branches
  • and some city library branches.

Call the Secretary of State at 800-274-8683 for additional information.

• We have the sample ballots for Jefferson and Shelby Counties for the primaries. (The Jefferson County ballot has 350 versions, one for every sub-district.)

Find your polling place/districts.

The ballot has federal, state and county offices, along with four state amendments. The back page for all county ballots — detailing those amendments — is the same and included below. And check out the Alabama Voter Guide 2018, with voting procedures and frequently asked questions.

For easier viewing, you can print, download or zoom to full screen with each ballot.

Election Day is Nov. 6.

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Sample ballots for all 67 counties.

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Jefferson County

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Shelby County

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All counties: back page

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Alabama Voter Guide 2018

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