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The Birmingham channel: The virtualness of it all

A look at Birmingham in videos …

A September online concert as part of the Birmingham New Music Festival, featuring Adam Bowles, piano; Sarah Nordlund Dennis, violin; Laura Usiskin, cello; and Pei-Ju Wu, violin. From Birmingham Art Music Alliance.

More videos, after the jump …

Discussing UAB (in Vietnamese). From Du Học Hằng Lương.

Promo for STAIR (Start the Adventure in Reading) of Birmingham virtual tutoring. From STAIR of Birmingham.

Virtual panel discussion from Birmingham nonprofit organizations Gasp and Black Warrior Riverkeeper on government transparency. From Alabama Rivers Alliance.

Denison, Texas, pop singer SoMo performs in 2017 at Iron City on Southside (our vertical video of the week). From SoMo Fan_87.

Christina Sloan talks about her downtown shop, Refined Bridal Boutique. From Refined Bridal Boutique.

More on the “size-inclusive” bridal dress shop. From Refined Bridal Boutique.

Exploring Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park. From Gone Diggin.

Driving from Conway, Ark., to Birmingham in “American Truck Simulator.” From Doug Sharples.

Looking at Birmingham from the sky using “Microsoft Flight Simulator.” From Dva238

Celebrating Birmingham Children’s Theatre. From Caleb Clark.

Talking with Birmingham writer Alina Ștefănescu (in Romanian). From Lumea Liberă TV.

A graduation surprise party. From DJay and Rainy.

Talking with Birmingham native Eduardo Medina, who won a Hearst Journalism Fellowship to work as a reporter at the Albany Times Union. From Central Alabama Voice.

A weekend in town, with stops in Hoover and Mountain Brook, plus Vulcan and the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Katherine Foster.

Promo for Trees of Hope, a Nov. 30 fund-raiser for nonprofit organization Alabama Baptist Children’s Homes and Family Ministries in Vestavia Hills. From AL Baptist Children’s Homes.

Driving from Birmingham to Pigeon Forge. From Driving in the City.

Family meal at Southside restaurant Rojo. From Dining with Kids.

Highlight reel for Spain Park junior third baseman Michael Glick, filmed at August’s Perfect Game Gulf Coast Showcase at the Hoover Met. From Skill Show Videos.

Paul Eknes-Tucker of Pilgrim Church UCC in Lakeview answers the question: Does the Bible mandate that a bride must take her husband’s last name? From Media Team.

Dashcam footage of North Birmingham. From CharlieBo313.

Drone footage of Railroad Park and the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From Dunlap Productions.

Mixing console. From James Fudge.

Lynyrd Skynyrd performs in 1987 at the BJCC Coliseum downtown. From Jessmeister69.

Scenes from a 1993 family reunion. From Harold D. McElwrath.

Football: Boston College vs. Cincinnati in January’s TicketSmarter Birmingham Bowl at Legion Field. From ESPN College Football.

Passing by a wrecked truck on I-65 near Green Springs Avenue. From Amos Herron.

Candlelight vigil in September in Ensley for Toni Bass, whose body was found off Pratt Highway. From OTTV25 DA8TV.

Reading chapter 4 of Christopher Paul Curtis’ “The Watsons Go to Birmingham – 1963.” From Kelly Alford.

Promo for a September voter registration drive. From Magic City Bar Association.

Swedish heavy metal band In Flames performs in 2002 at Furnace Fest at Sloss Furnaces. From Hate Mosh Gört Crew.

Promo for housing development the Ridge at Grants Mill Valley in Irondale. From Harris Sells Homes Birmingham, Alabama.

Music video for “Kiss My Ass” by Birmingham comedian Floss the Mack, filmed in Uptown. From Stanley Parrish.

Highlight reel for North Carolina’s Aiden Smalls at the Finley Center in Hoover. From Todd Olsen.

Outdoor makeover. From Father Nature Landscapes of Birmingham Inc.

Rappers Mulatto and Baelove perform in September at Luxe Ultra Lounge on Southside (our other vertical video of the week). From Hoodzone Productions.

At a deserted Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From Michael Casagrande.

Chicago singer-songwriter Adam Gottlieb performs “Birmingham Sunday.” From Adam Gottlieb.

Promo for real estate’s Jonathan Averett channel. From Living in Birmingham, Alabama.

Vlog entry from an overthinker (our other other vertical video of the week). From Hypelife.

Highlight reel for Creekview (Canton, Ga.) senior small forward Darsey Waters, filmed at the Last Dance basketball tournament in August in Hoover. From Darsey Waters.

Sports promo for the Greater Birmingham Convention and Visitors Bureau. From BHM2025.

And a promo for Birmingham’s civil rights district. From Birmingham CVB.

Reading “Birmingham 1963: How a Photograph Rallied Civil Rights Support” by Shelley Tougas for virtual class. From Andrea Fitzpatrick.

Detecting diamonds at the Riverchase Galleria. From Kevo YT.

Reading from Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” From Anna Federline.

Talking with Josh Cook of the Birmingham Metro Baptist Association. From Birmingham Metro Baptist Assn.

Dashcam footage of First Avenue North downtown. From Aattxx Calachij.

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