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* [[November 26]]: [[Tom Self]], former ''[[Birmingham News]]'' photo editor
 
* [[November 26]]: [[Tom Self]], former ''[[Birmingham News]]'' photo editor
 
* [[December 14]]: [[Tonya West]], chef, food stylist and drummer
 
* [[December 14]]: [[Tonya West]], chef, food stylist and drummer
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* [[December 15]]: [[George N. Sarris]], chef, owner of [[Sarris Café]].
 
* [[December 25]]: [[Dominic Lusco]], grocer
 
* [[December 25]]: [[Dominic Lusco]], grocer
 
:''See also [[List of Birmingham homicides in 2014]] and [[List of homicides in 2014]]''
 
:''See also [[List of Birmingham homicides in 2014]] and [[List of homicides in 2014]]''

Revision as of 11:10, 5 January 2015

The Dalai Lama with William Bell during his 2014 visit

2014 is the 143rd year after the founding of the City of Birmingham.

Events

Business

Establishments

Disestablishments

Education

Government

Sports

A placard opposing the planned termination of the UAB Blazers football team.

Individuals

Births

Awards

Marriages

Retirements

Deaths

See also List of Birmingham homicides in 2014 and List of homicides in 2014

Works

Buildings

Demolitions

See Also

Context

In 2014, the Winter Olympics were held in Sochi, Russia. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, a Boeing 777 airliner en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, disappeared with 239 people on board. Russia formally annexed Crimea over international objections.

Notable deaths in 2014 included former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon, musician Pete Seeger, actress and diplomat Shirley Temple, actor Sid Caesar, pastor Fred Phelps, and actor Mickey Rooney (ex-husband of B. J. Baker).

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