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* [[January 21]]: The new [[I-20/59 downtown viaduct]] opened after a year of construction.
 
* [[January 21]]: The new [[I-20/59 downtown viaduct]] opened after a year of construction.
 
* [[April 1]]-[[April 3|3]]: [[Frontier Conference 2020]] was held at the [[Lyric Theatre]].
 
* [[April 1]]-[[April 3|3]]: [[Frontier Conference 2020]] was held at the [[Lyric Theatre]].
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* [[July 11]]: The first [[Alabama Jazz Festival]] was held at [[Railroad Park]].
  
 
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===Business===

Revision as of 12:43, 23 January 2020

2020 is the 149th year after the founding of the City of Birmingham.

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The completed I-20/59 downtown viaduct on January 16, 2020. Photograph by Joe Songer.

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In 2020 the United Methodist Church split over acceptance of gay marriage. President Trump approved a drone strike that killed Qasem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis at Baghdad International Airport. Massive bushfires spread across Australia. The 2020 Olympic Summer Games were held in Tokyo, Japan.

Notable deaths in 2020 included journalist Jim Lehrer; memoirist Elizabeth Wurtzel; Monty Python founder Terry Jones; former NBA commissioner David Stern; and rock drummer Neil Peart.

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