November 27 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2011: Neil Callaway resigned as UAB football coach.
- 2007: Homewood named Phil Dodd its Chief of Police.
- 2007: The Birmingham City Council revoked the Screening Room's business license.
- 2006: Head football coach Mike Shula was fired by the University of Alabama.
- 1997: Willie James Ware's nomination to the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Judicial Circuit was withdrawn.
- 1993: Baseball player Jim Hayes died.
- 1986: Homewood High School's marching band made their third appearance in the New York Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
- 1975: The first Vulcan Run (then called the Bicentennial Run) was held.
- 1954: The Alabama Gun Collectors Association was organized in Birmingham.
- 1951: The Club was reorganized as a non-profit to avoid bankruptcy.
- 1950: Baseball player Lyman Bostock, Jr was born in Birmingham.
- 1949: Doctor Lloyd Noland died at the Fairfield hospital that bore his name.
- 1931: Real estate broker Sumter Bethea died in Birmingham.