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The Birmingham channel: Wanderlust

A look at Birmingham in videos …

A look at last week’s Race for the Cure 5k cancer fund-raiser at Linn Park downtown. From YNOT Images.

Phoenix corrido band Los Cuates de Sinaloa performs last week at Rancho El Centenario in Mt. Olive. From Djcherokee.

A debate on atheism and belief between authors Christopher Hitchens and David Berlinski, in 2010 at the Sheraton Birmingham downtown. From Julia Vogel.

“Wow! One of the best consists of 2016! They stopped between Cahaba and Trussville, and the crew picked up some lunch at Hardee’s. As they left, they threw a brand new NS vest at me and Patrick (ThatoneRailfan02)! It sure was a great day!!” From Carson Bean.

Ramblin’ Ricky Tate and Maxwell Honeycup of Steel City Jug Slammers perform “Take Me Back Blues.” From Ramblin’ Ricky Tate.

DeAnna Fields performs “Cleopatra” at Rouge Tavern downtown. From Bernie Urban.

Intro to the 2016 Underground Horror Fest this past weekend at Oak Hill Cemetery. From Underground FilmFest.

Canadian TV performers Trailer Park Boys Thursday at the Alabama Theatre downtown. From Smittyboyjosh.

“Linda’s garden, named after my mom in Birmingham.” From Krishawn Cockrell-Bandy.

Testimonial by Jason Harkins of Payroll and Benefit Solutions for Hoover’s Abacus IT Solutions. From Abacus IT Solutions.

The Birmingham Committee on Foreign Relations participates in a China town hall last week at the Florentine downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Driving through downtown and Southside. From Roger Bove.

Adam Eason of Cushman and Wakefield EGS Commercial Real Estate challenges businesses to invest in public art. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Birmingham rock band Riverbend performs “Cryin’ By Tonight” earlier this month at the Nick on Southside. From Riverbend.

Home for the weekend, driving around town. From Maggie Lemak.

Interview with Bessemer photographer and steelworker Larry O. Gay. From Max Shores.

Birmingham rappers Slick the Skeet perform earlier this month at the High Note on Southside. From Slick the Skeet.

Oak Mountain Presbyterian campus pastor Tom Franklin discusses outreach at Birmingham-Southern College. From Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church.

Interview with Birmingham Ghost Walk guide Edward Wolfgang Poe. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Shelly from Birmingham asks how to get paid fairly for her hair services. From Natasha Weston.

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