April 14 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2009: Tria Market in SoHo Square closed after 3 years.
- 2006: Charles Norman Mason was awarded the Samuel Barber Rome Prize in Musical Composition.
- 1997: The sculpture "Partners with Bear and Shug" was dedicated at the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame
- 1963: Birmingham Campaign: An Easter Sunday march from Thirgood Memorial CME Church to Birmingham City Jail ended with 26 arrests.
- 1929: McElwain Baptist Church dedicated their new sanctuary on Montevallo Road.
- 1873: The New Orleans and Northeastern Railroad Company assumed short-lived ownership of the Alabama & Chattanooga Railroad.
- 1975: Composer and musician Avner Dorman was born in Israel.
- 1960: Team Alabama head coach Mike Jones was born.
- 1929: Gospel singer Inez Andrews was born in Birmingham.
- 1926: Pro-bowl quarterback Harry Gilmer was born in Birmingham.
- 1915: Britling Cafeteria president John Holcomb Jr was born in Dublin, Georgia.
- 1915: Berthon's Cleaners founder George Berthon was born in Birmingham.
- 1883: Artist Arthur Bairnsfather was born in Kentucky.
- 2019: Mechanical engineer, contractor and rose expert Bob Eskew died.
- 2011: Former Jeff State baseball coach and athletic director Donald Green died.
- 1962: Architect William Warren died.
- 1834: Pioneer Chambers McAdory died in Pleasant Grove at 24.
- 2006: Rio Grande Valley Dorados 44 - Birmingham Steeldogs 43 in overtime at the BJCC.
- 2005: Macon Knights 67 - Birmingham Steeldogs 50 at Macon, Georgia.
- 2001: Birmingham Steeldogs 39 - Louisville Fire 21 at Louisville, Kentucky.
- 1994: The JordanCruiser made its first team trip to Chattanooga and Carolina.
- 1981: An opening-night crowd of 9,185 saw the 1981 Birmingham Barons beat Jacksonville 6-5 in their return to Rickwood Field after a 5 year absence.
- 1979: The Birmingham Bulls defeated the Edmonton Oilers 7-6 in their final home game at the BJCC Coliseum.