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*...that [[Chris Fryar]], drummer for the Zac Brown Band, grew up in [[Gardendale]]?
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*...that [[Brother Bryan Park]] was originally called [[Magnolia Park]]?
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*...that the [[Coosa River]] is the most developed river in Alabama, and most of its length in the state is impounded by one of seven dams?
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*...that nationally-touring comedian Carrot Top lost most of his props in a fire at the [[Comedy Club]] on [[Greensprings Highway]] during [[Winter Storm '93]]?
 
*...that [[Shades Cahaba Elementary School|Shades Cahaba]] is the only Homewood elementary school not to have suffered a major fire?
 
*...that [[Shades Cahaba Elementary School|Shades Cahaba]] is the only Homewood elementary school not to have suffered a major fire?
 
*...that [[Louise Wooster]]'s sister was also a noted Birmingham madam, under the name [[Maggie Bracken]]?
 
*...that [[Louise Wooster]]'s sister was also a noted Birmingham madam, under the name [[Maggie Bracken]]?
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* ...that downtown's [[Joy Young Restaurant]] began serving Chinese food in Birmingham in 1919?
 
* ...that downtown's [[Joy Young Restaurant]] began serving Chinese food in Birmingham in 1919?
 
* ...that Arnold Schwarzenegger earned a Golden Globe for the 1976 film ''[[Stay Hungry]]'', filmed in Birmingham?
 
* ...that Arnold Schwarzenegger earned a Golden Globe for the 1976 film ''[[Stay Hungry]]'', filmed in Birmingham?
* ...that Birmingham has a [[Legionella birminghamensis|bacteria]] named after it?
 
  
 
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