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September 13 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2021: The Homewood City Council approved the Downtown Homewood Entertainment District.
- 2012: Johnny's Restaurant opened in Homewood.
- 2010: Forever Wild acquired a 553-acre addition to the Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park.
- 2009: Cross Creek Church was founded at South Shades Creek Elementary School.
- 2005: Walt Maddox was elected Mayor of Tuscaloosa.
- 1997: Spike Lee's documentary 4 Little Girls premiered at the Alabama Theatre.
- 1983: Interstate 359 was officially dedicated and opened in Tuscaloosa.
- 1969: Cousin Cliff's "The Popeye Show" aired for the last time.
- 1958: Liberty National installed the one-fifth size bronze replica of the Statue of Liberty to the top of their building.
- 1969: MLB 3rd baseman Russ Davis was born in Birmingham.
- 1962: Artist and designer Nolen Otts was born in Moses Lake, Washington.
- 1948: Singer and actress Nell Carter was born in Birmingham.
- 1933: Minister and civil rights leader Calvin Woods was born in Birmingham.
- 1908: Miner, preacher and luthier Earnest Mostella was born.
- 1842: U.S. Senator John H. Bankhead was born.