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Larry Langford at the BBA Launch
Birmingham AL's mayor, Larry Langford, delivered remarks during the launch event for the Birmingham Business Alliance at The Club. The mayor's comments included announcing the groundbreaking for the BJCC's multipurpose facility, the Trails of Africa exhibit at the Birmingham Zoo and spoke about the progress at Fair Park on the city's westside.
It's Nice to Have You in Birmingham | Edwin Marty
Edwin Marty sits down with The Terminal as he prepares to step down as executive director (and founder) of Jones Valley Urban Farm in Birmingham, AL. The interview was recorded at the farm in April 2011 and serves as the relaunch of the site's "It's Nice to Have You in Birmingham" video interview series.
BAMA Rising Tornado Relief Concert announcement | May 17, 2011
Country music legends Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry of Alabama joined civic leaders at Birmingham's BJCC Arena Club on May 17 to help announce the upcoming BAMA Rising Benefit Concert for Tornado Relief. Proceeds from the June 14, 2011 event will benefit the BAMA Rising Fund for Statewide Tornado Recovery maintained by the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham (CFGB). This video contains comments offered by Owen, CFGB president Kate Nielsen as well as remarks made during the press conference by Birmingham mayor William Bell, Owen and Gentry.
Sloss Furnaces Kick-off Iron Pour
Rather than hold a traditional groundbreaking ceremony for Sloss Furnaces' new visitors center on June 19, 2012 in Birmingham, AL, organizers decided to give folks an opportunity to experience an iron pour as a kick-off instead. Here are a couple of excerpts from the actual pour.
Railroad Park under construction
Some video from February 2009 showing progress on Birmingham, Alabama's Railroad Park.
Rickwood turns 100
Former Birmingham Barons owner Art Clarkson reads a letter from the Chicago White Sox during rain-shortened ceremonies for the 100th anniversary of Rickwood Field in Birmingham, AL on August 18, 2010. The White Sox currently serve as the parent organization for the Double-AA Southern League team.
Birmingham to Atlanta High Speed Rail study launched
The Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham were joined by Birmingham Mayor William Bell, Jefferson County Commission President Bettye Fine Collins, Graysville Mayor Doug Brewer, State Representative Rod Scott and others as they announced plans to conduct a feasibility study for the development of a high-speed rail link between Birmingham, AL and Atlanta, GA. RPCGB Executive Director Charles Ball provides some background on the project and the partnership between his organization and the Georgia Department of Transportation after which Mayor Bell offers extended remarks.
It's Nice to Have You in Birmingham | Scott Pierce
Scott Pierce works as the director of technology for Intermark Group here in Birmingham, AL. He talks with The Terminal as part of our "It's Nice to Have You in Birmingham" series about two of his personal projects - WhyBhm? and #asdbhm - and how both may be quite helpful in seeing Alabama's largest city forge ahead and embrace its future head on.
Alabama brewers talk about the BMA at Magic City Brewfest
We had a chance to talk with owners of some of our state's brewers about their plans for the future. We also asked about their thoughts about the pending passage of the Free the Hops-supported Brewery Modernization Act last week. We just happened to talk to them before the start of the Saturday session at the Magic City Brewfest at Sloss Furnaces on June 5, 2011
It's Nice to Have You in Birmingham | Dan Carsen
2012 editorial intern Brianna Davis took the lead on an interview with Southern Education Desk reporter Dan Carsen of WBHM-FM here in Birmingham, AL during the first week of July. Carsen talks about the path he took to the position and some of the things he's experienced during the first year.
Prize2TheFuture announcement highlights
Video highlights from the Prize2TheFuture announcement at Old Car Heaven in Birmingham, AL on January 12, 2011. The idea competition is focused on one city block directly to the east of Railroad Park in the city center. The video includes remarks from Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham chair Bill Smith, CFGB president Kate Nielsen and Birmingham mayor William Bell.
It's Nice to Have You In Birmingham | Jeremy Carter
Jeremy Carter is one of the four folks organizing Birmingham, AL's second TEDx event of the year, TEDxBirmingham. This edition - Waking the Giant - takes place on October 8 at Woodrow Hall. He took a few minutes to sit down with me for The Terminal to talk about the event and what it could mean for continued conversations in Birmingham, AL.
It's Nice to Have You in Birmingham | Sharrif Simmons
Sharrif Simmons kicks off our new video series focusing on people active in shaping the future of Birmingham, AL. He talks about the Birmingham Art And Music (BAAM) Festival, beginning on August 20, 2010 across the city. The interview takes place in one of the venues for the festival, The Bottletree.
bhamterminal - @ the We Are One Concert
Stationmaster Andre Natta hopes that the images help show why he's in Washington DC for the Inauguration of Barack Obama in January 2009.
The Moment - with Lincoln looking on
The way those who chose to watch "The Moment" saw it from The Reflecting Pool.
Images from ManifestHOPEDC
Images from our visit to the ManifestHOPE:DC Gallery set up in Georgetown for the Inauguration.
TEDxRedMtn comes to Birmingham
Birmingham, AL held its first ever TEDx event on May 19, 2011 at the Avon Theater in the city's Lakeview District. The original theme for the event "Forging On" was modified slightly to focus on the tornadoes that struck Alabama on April 27 and the recovery efforts underway. Conference organizers Sarah Robinson and Jamie Sandford shared their thoughts about the event shortly after it wrapped in addition to Patrick Morris of UA Greek Relief..
What's Free the Hops' future after 2012?
While everyone's having a great time celebrating another successful legislative session for fans of craft beer in Birmingham and Alabama, one begins to wonder about the future of the grassroots organization that's led the charge. We tracked down Stuart Carter to find out.
DISCO Founder Chip Brantley talks about Woodlawn Stories
Chip Brantley is founder of the Desert Island Supply Co., a writing lab for children located in Birmingham's Woodlawn community. One of the projects that the organization recently undertook was a collaborative story-telling effort called Woodlawn Stories. We sat down with Chip for a little bit to find out what the project meant to him - and what it potentially means to the city.
The Mural at Boutwell
Just out by the Boutwell Auditorium the other day and just felt like getting this video. Figured it would be peaceful.
William Bell speaks after BBA Storm Relief briefing
Birmingham mayor William Bell speaks with media after briefing members of the city's business community at BBA headquarters. The voice asking the majority of the questions is that of WBRC's Dennis Washington.
Michael Churchman talks about the 2012 Green Tie Affair
The executive director of the Alabama Environmental Council takes a few minutes to talk to The Terminal about the 2012 edition of the Green Tie Affair - taking place on April 19, 2012.

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