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The Birmingham channel: Metalcore, metal cuts

A look at Birmingham in videos …

Cutting sheet metal at Hawk Fabricators in Pinson and a Medley, Fla., company. From Conklin Metal Industries.

More videos, after the jump …

Promo for the White Room Bridal Salon in Mountain Brook Village. From the White Room Birmingham.

Curry Bordelon and Greg Eagerton of the UAB School of Nursing discuss “Nursing in Real Life” in a virtual session. From Blake Smith.

Unhappy hotel customer (our vertical video of the week). From Lady Dia Most.

Early voting on a Saturday, with lines stretching through Linn Park to get into the Jefferson County Courthouse (our other vertical video of the week). From Ya Boi Jimmy Belcher.

Tara Massouleh talks about working as a journalist in Birmingham. From Lofts at American Life.

Clip from “Look at My Drip” by Birmingham rapper Woody the Kidd featuring Respect. From Ray Elder.

Flag football: Blaze vs. Pandemic. From TUFF League.

And Chosen Ones vs. Blaze. From TUFF League.

All about an El Camino. From Kutit Kustomz.

Youth softball: Birmingham Giants 18u Elite vs. Gulf Coast Shockers at Chelsea High School. From Christopher Bowers.

Talking with Jeremiah Castille of Birmingham nonprofit organization Jeremiah Castille Foundation about racism in the Gospel. From David Graves.

Huntsville vs. Birmingham rugby match in October. From Scott Terrell.

Hoover’s Riverchase United Methodist Church holds a 40th Anniversary Concert in October with players from the Birmingham Chamber Music Society. From Riverchase United Methodist Church.

Pennsylvania metalcore band Zao performs in 2002 at Sloss Furnaces. From Hate Mosh Gört Crew.

A scene from Christopher Paul Curtis’ “The Watsons Go to Birmingham – 1963.” From Anna Claire Hensarling.

Cars and crowds (our other other vertical video of the week). From Magic City Street Life.

Atlanta rapper Ralo hanging out in Birmingham. From Block Burners Music and Mixtapes.

High school football: Highlights from Hoover at Thompson in October. From Video Boost.

Watching the cars go by. From Dee Gray.

Trick-shot artist Mike Massey shows off his skills in October at Iron City Billiards in Huffman. From Nataliegh Bengtson.

Shooting pool in a pandemic. From Lawrence DuBose.

College football: Evangel at UAB in 1991. Legion Field played host to the Blazers’ first home game as an NCAA Division III team. From Shad McGuire.

Promo for the Run for Water last week in Central Park in Homewood, a fund-raiser for Birmingham nonprofit organization Neverthirst. From Neverthirst.

Guessing the price of a house in Inverness, Hoover. From Jennifer Gilbert.

Scenes from More Than a March: Birmingham, a networking and community event in October at Kelly Ingram Park downtown. From Urbnhm.

Driving along the newly lit I-20/59 overpass downtown. From Preston Cross.

Cleaning a carpet (our other other other vertical video of the week). From Chan Cleveland.

Drawing blood from an elephant. From Birmingham Zoo.

Scranton heavy metal band Motionless in White performs in 2016 at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre. From Jeffrey Brewer Concert Videos.

Takeoff from a simulated Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. From Cyberflyr.

UAB grad student Valeen Oseh-Ovarah documents her Sunday. From Diaries of Valeen Oseh.

UAB student volunteers paint a mural in North Titusville and plant trees and shrubs at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. From UAB.

Memphis River Runners at Birmingham Fuel in “All-Pro Football 2K8.” From SimulationFL.

And Birmingham Fuel at San Jose Flight. From SimulationFL.

Even more virtual football: Salt Lake Stallions at Birmingham Iron. From AAF Simulated Network.

Wanda Wright with All Nations Church in Fairfield thanks the American Heart Association. From AHA-Birmingham.

Driving at night. From Alex Animations/Lukie Mike Drisc the Animator.

“Vibe” from Birmingham rapper Ray Elder. From Ray Elder.

And “Get Up and Get It.” From Ray Elder.

Entitled goose game (our other other other other vertical video of the week). From Tamika Driver.

Driving from Chattanooga to the Sheraton Birmingham to Mississippi. From Dlgtenriquez.

Students at Birmingham Dance Theatre in Hoover celebrate Halloween. From Pam Chancey.

Birmingham mayor Randall Woodfin celebrates National Book Month with Glen Iris fifth grader and author Ayrika Jones. From City of Birmingham.

Mobile comedian Eric Pugh driving around town (our other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Comedian Eric Pugh.

Talking with Bruce Glenn of Flippin’ Bruce on an episode of the Birmingham Rental Investor podcast. From GKHouses.

Grabbing a bite before a trip to the Birmingham Zoo. From It’s Miss PJ/Fil-am Life in America.

Working on new jewelry (our other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Kandise Carlisle.

And a custom T-shirt. From Kandise Carlisle.

Toi Washington of Transgender Advocates Knowledgeable and Empowering thanks supporters. From Sydney Melson.

TAKE founder Daroneshia Duncan-Boyd honors Black trans journalist Monica Roberts. From Sydney Melson.

Clips of Birmingham and Montgomery rappers. From Drxppy Lxrd.

A visit to the Morris Avenue mural “Before I Die” (our other other other other other other other vertical video of the week). From Tamika Driver.

Training video for booking appointments with Birmingham Wellness Massage. From Lynx.

Trains around Birmingham. From JPT Railfan.

Train tour with a surprise twist (our final vertical video of the week). From Tamika Driver.

A look at outdoor art downtown. From Bham Now.

Atlanta/New York DJ New Era at Sidebar in Lakeview. From New Era TV.

UAB Libraries wants COVID-19 stories from the community. From Ryan Meyer.

Learning more about the nonprofit organization Ronald McDonald House on Southside. From MMQBC.

George Sarris of the Fish Market talks about his Greek heritage. From Greater Birmingham CVB.

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