November 28 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2007: Tuscaloosa bottler Ed Minges died.
- 2006: WRAX-FM informed its employees that the station would cease operation.
- 2006: A grand opening ceremony was held for Lucy's on Thirty-one.
- 1994: Parks consultant Raven Hatcher was born.
- 1966: The Downtown Action Committee and Birmingham Chamber of Commerce sponsored their first Birmingham Christmas parade.
- 1943: Football coach Jackie Sherrill was born.
- 1919: Labor and political activist Caroline Ballin was born in Oregon.
- 1866: Industrial promoter N. F. Thompson married Julia Queen in Shelbyville, Tennessee.