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In the news
- September 26: Heavyweight fighter Deontay Wilder knocked out challenger Johann Duhaupas in 11 rounds at Legacy Arena to defend his WBC championship belt.
- September 20: The U.S. Women's National Soccer Team defeated Haiti 8-0 in a friendly at Legion Field before 35,753 fans.
- August 30: Ad executive, McDonald's franchisee and Broadway producer Max Cooper died.
- August 30: Dodiyós restaurant at SoHo Square closed.
- ...that 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 the Indian Springs School once boasted a "Truth House", a tilting classroom used to demonstrate physics concepts?
- ...that Samford Bulldogs men's basketball coach Scott Padgett scored 1,874 points during his 7-year NBA career?
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