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The Birmingham channel: The flower next time

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Trains. From Parker the Mississippi Railfan.

More videos, after the jump …

More trains. From Independence Railfanning.

Today’s shooting at the Riverchase Galleria: one boy killed, three other people injured. This YouTuber describes the scene at the Hoover mall. From Selma Made Tay.

Footage from inside a nearby store (our Vertical video of the week). From an Unemployed Millennial.

Hoover police everywhere in the parking lots. From Bama Mobs.

Birmingham cycling group Le Tour de Ham leaves the city to ride with Slow Spokes Jasper in June. From Daniel Webb.

Performing the song “Ballad of Birmingham,” based on the poem by Dudley Randall and set to music by Tennessee State students Santayana Harris, Kameka Word and Branson Edwards. From Ukulele Kaya.

Alison Felder performs Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech “How Long, Not Long” and Randall’s poem at Detroit’s Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History. The program marked the 55th anniversary of the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. From Charles H. Wright.

Animated flag (our other vertical video of the week). From Jonathon Black.

Another video of Birmingham police officers allegedly using excessive force against a man in a wheelchair (our other other vertical video of the week). From Kendrick Jordan.

Talking with Jonathan Mednick of REI Trader on an episode of the Birmingham Rental Investor podcast. From GKHouses.

Promo for Club Volcano in Ensley. From SCMTV.

Touring the Chuck E. Cheese in Inverness. From Halston Productions.

Flipping a house near Roebuck and Center Point (our other other other vertical video of the week). From O’Brien Homes.

Site report from Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital in Charleston, with construction by Homewood firm Robins and Morton. From Robins and Morton.

Together Assisting People gives out 10,000 boxes of produce in May at Legion Field. From Marks Media Cinematography.

Visiting Carolyn Linski at her store Beignets and Lattes in Helena. From the Howell Group – KW Real Estate.

Shopping in Pelham and at the Riverchase Galleria. From Nelson Vlogs.

A protest for Black Lives Matter. From Kikuyu Diaspora Television USA.

Marching Downtown to Linn Park in support of Black Lives Matter, with speakers including Mayor Randall Woodfin. From al.com.

Woodfin comments on local Black Lives Matter protests. From WVTM-13 News.

Max D vs. Grave Digger in a virtual Legacy Arena. From Monster Jam Chaos.

In June, florists decorate Rotary Trail entrance downtown. From Alabama NewsCenter.

Real estate agent Rob Drum gives an update on the market in June. From Rob Drum.

Discussion on “Preaching During a Time of Crisis” with virtual panelists Adam Mixon of Zion Spring Baptist Church in North Avondale; Walter Brueggemann, Old Testament scholar; Tom Long, scholar; and Amy Miracle of Broad Street Presbyterian Church in Columbus, Ohio. From Macedonian Ministry.

One day at the park (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Charles Walker.

Commercial for Moore’s Services in Glen Iris. From Three Best Rated.

Friends and family drive by April and Troy’s wedding, held in Birmingham after COVID-19 derailed their planned ceremony in Cabo San Lucas (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Ashley Berkery.

Graduation video for Shades Valley graduate Zoe. From Stanley Parrish.

Exploring Slossfield Community Center in North Birmingham. From Bayou’s Adventures.

Bears at the Birmingham Zoo. From Rocky Jex.

“A targeted individual” (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Tammy Moorer.

The recessional at the Cathedral of St. Paul downtown. From Justo Duazo.

Class assignment on Birmingham. From Carla Cleghorn.

Chris Pfefferkorn, president of the Birmingham Zoo, on the venue’s reopening in June during the pandemic. From Birmingham Zoo.

Jestina Howard of the Birmingham Museum of Art discusses her role as special events manager. From Jennifer Gowers Davis.

Hooping at night in Vulcan Park. From Lyric Oksana.

Playing a round of golf at Oxmoor Valley. From Justo Duazo.

Promo for the Vine Birmingham church in Irondale. From the Vine Birmingham.

A session of the video game “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.” From Dr. Dirty Sanch3zz.

Selfie at the George Floyd mural downtown (our other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Tony Montez.

More at the mural. From Tony Montez.

Huntsville’s WZDX-54 report on the mural, plus forgiving the person who vandalized it. From WZDX News.

Painting murals over the plywood protecting downtown buildings from rioters during June protests. From Alabama NewsCenter.

“A Day in the Life of a Medical Courier in Alabama.” From Freebie Babe.

Music video for “Like Me” by Birmingham rapper OGM Dub featuring L.D. From Stanley Parrish.

Discussing Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” (our final vertical video of the week). From Russell Moore.

Pensacola clergy leaders on “Letter.” From Liam Dunaway, Video and Design.

Documentary “Anne Braden: Southern Patriot,” about the civil rights leader hailed by King in “Letter.” From Appalshop CMI.

Flyover. From Poundland Lovers.

Kristine Sizemore of Sandler Training on an episode of “Biz Talk.” From Fusion One Marketing.

Promo for UAB in Vietnamese and English. From Centrepoint News.

An episode of the Birmingham Sportscast from June. From Birmingham Sports.

Promo for the City of Birmingham’s Women’s Initiative. From Office of Peace and Policy.

Ottawa Cavalry at Birmingham Fuel in “All-Pro Football 2K8.” From SimulationFL.

Discussing the controversy over Church of the Highlands’ pastor Chris Hodges and the City of Birmingham [at 10:27]. From SkyWatchTV.

Rumors of the Ku Klux Klan coming to counter-protest in early June. From Trap Media.

At a Poor People’s Campaign event in March at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church downtown, Isaac talks about life as an undocumented immigrant in Alabama. From Repairers of the Breach.

Collinsville, Ill., softball team Extreme Elite 18U Gold takes part in the Birmingham Thunderbolts 5-Star Fall Exposure in November. From Erin Sammelmann.

Music video for “No Lie” by Fairfield rapper Bill Be Snappin. From Alpine Hooligans TV.

Trying to unload the former Gold’s Gym at the Colonnade. From Shannon Waltchack.

In May, a helicopter lifts part of the Shipt sign to install at the top of the former Wells Fargo Tower downtown. From In the Life.

Memorial video for Birmingham writer Anne Nall Stallworth, who died in May. (She was the wife of my former Post-Herald colleague Clarke Stallworth.) From Clarke Stallworth.

The Harper family reunion picnic in 1999. From Harper Family Reunion Videos.

Driving around downtown. From Soy Tita.

Exploring the abandoned Carraway Hospital in Druid Hills. From Bayou’s Adventures.

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