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Channel Title : Metal Mitt Video Podcast Network

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Published Date : 2016-02-08T08:42:12.000Z

I do not own any of the content. There are no ads (by me). Not previously uploaded to YouTube. Check out my channel for more Andy Kindler podcasts! Andy Kindler Website : https://www.andykindler.com Twitter : https://twitter.com/AndyKindler Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/andykindler Nato Green Twitter : https://twitter.com/natogreen Website : www.natogreen.com Podcast : http://www.3200stories.org/blog/post/episode-21-andy-kindler
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-12-20T23:59:33.000Z

An American Jewish woman's quest to find her father's grave in Cuba leads to new connections to the Jewish Community of Guantanamo.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-03-27T00:35:44.000Z

On March 19, Simon Schama was joined onstage by Adam Hochschild to talk about The Story of the Jews, Mr. Schama's multimedia account of Jewish history from 1000 BCE to present times. He also showed clips from the five-part PBS documentary series. Although Judaism is the only religion that commands us to remember for future generations, Mr. Schama is determined to portray Jewish history not as a history of suffering or Jews as a people apart. It was an entertaining evening with two charming intellectuals on subjects usually discussed reverentially. Subscribe to the Arts and Ideas YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-pk Join the conversation on Twitter: @ArtsJCCSF Join the conversation on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArtsandIdeas
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-11-12T21:16:33.000Z

Author, humorist and radio host of A Prairie Home Companion, Garrison Keillor stood on Kanbar stage on November 7 and shared stories through his new collection of original poems, O, What a Luxury. His performance was much like an hour of stand-up, though it felt less rehearsed, which added to its charm. He included some sweet bits about why he loves San Francisco and some amusing vignettes on his life, and the long road to writing this collection. Interspersed throughout, he recited poems, including one on the joy of urination and fatherhood. It felt very much like a full circle moment for him. A joy.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2015-02-26T00:00:52.000Z

An actor in the later stages of his life makes a fateful decision. Life, it turns out, offers the most compelling dramas.
    

Channel Title : NIIGHT

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Published Date : 2015-08-22T19:05:43.000Z

visual story of cape cod, radiant with pastel colors and never ending ocean waves. follow me: http://www.instagram.com/elniight Music by Tom Rosenthal http://www.youtube.com/rosenthal10 nikon d3200 / 18-55mm f3.5-f5.6 VRII / 50mm f1.8
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-10-29T19:56:52.000Z

Christian Cagigal has been on my radar for a while so when my co-producer Ariel Dovas from Baycat suggested we book him for a Cubicle Concert I jumped at the opportunity. His performances mix theater, history, storytelling, audience participation and, of course, magic to envelop you in a thick San Francisco fog that leaves you wondering where the trick ends and the "slightly creepy" begins. A darling on the indie and fringe theater scene, Christians' keen sense of humor and attention to detail propel the craft of magic, and performance, into the 21st Century while respecting the masters who came before. Christian visited us on October 4, 2013 for an intimate performance involving four unsuspecting victims, er, audience members. Perfect for the season, as summer air turns to fall, Christian brought his three creepiest stories to share. Special thanks to Jeannine Luna and Susan Kirschenbaum for letting us take over their office space. We saged when we were done. We promise! Enjoy! http://www.christiancagigal.com/ ----------------------------- Can your workspace ever be the same once something magical has transformed it? That is the question at the heart of the Cubicle Concerts, an on-line performing arts series that turns workspaces into performance venues. It is an opportunity for artists and audiences to re-imagine what a performance space can be. It is an oasis for anyone working to make this world a more creative place. Cubicle Concerts is produced in partnership with BAYCAT (Bayview Center for Arts and Technology), a non-profit community media producer that educates, empowers and employs underserved youth and adults in the digital media arts. Together we collaborate to create opportunities for artists, performers and filmmakers to hone their craft and support the expression of contemporary art forms in unique, new ways. ----------------------------- Created by Dan Wolf Produced by Dan Wolf, Ariel Dovas & Jose Alfaro Camera: Jose Alfaro, Ariel Dovas & Edgar Garcia Gaffer: Joseph Roland Assistant Director: Liz Salinas Editing: Alvaro Lacayo Theme: Jason Valerio ----------------------------- Cubicle Concerts is a collaboration between 3200 Stories, a publication of the JCCSF's Maurice Kanbar Center for Media and Technology, and BAYCAT: Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-03-26T00:21:10.000Z

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Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-11-12T21:53:16.000Z

    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-09-13T22:23:32.000Z

    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-05-01T00:27:03.000Z

Bob Saget charmed a multi-generational audience with tales of his life and career, ranging from his time on "Full House" and "America's Funniest Home Videos" to his cameo appearances in "Entourage" and his stand-up specials. While the crowd braced itself for his well-known profanity, he mostly kept it in check, explaining that, "it wouldn't be appropriate in this context." This kind of restraint, from the man who titled his memoir Dirty Daddy, gave insight into the man behind the potty mouth-- a kind, thoughtful, smart-- yes-- family man.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-11-26T19:59:32.000Z

Ann Patchett wowed a sold-out Kanbar crowd with stories of how she became a writer and anecdotes from her personal life. She also spoke about Parnassus, her independent bookstore in Nashville, and the importance of supporting your local bookstore.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2012-09-27T20:30:59.000Z

"Un/Guarding The Harvest" is produced for the video installation "we are not permanent but we are not temporary" a series of four videos exploring Sukkot's core themes: impermanence of life, searching and wandering for a place to call home, and the welcoming of strangers. Featuring choreography by Nina Haft in collaboration with dancers Peiling Kao, Frances Sedayao, Anthony 'AnTz' Johnson, Justin Sharlman, Krystal Bates and Shawn Hawkins. Artist Statement For this video project, I invited several of my own Ushpizin (exalted guests/artists) to join me in considering what it means to guard the harvest. Their movement comes from dialogue I had with each dancer about land ownership, food justice, the Middle East and spiritual discipline. The tree became a powerful symbol for home, body and community. It is a hearth without walls, a renewable source of food, and a place where we can talk. We talked a lot about place. Where will all the children in the refugee camps go? If one becomes permanent, must another become temporary? (Nina Haft) Credits Direction: Nina Haft Choreography: Nina Haft in collaboration with the dancers Dancers (in order of appearance): Peiling Kao, Frances Sedayao, Anthony 'AnTz' Johnson, Justin Sharlman, Krystal Bates, Shawn Hawkins Camera by Jon Burton and Toni Tru Soundtrack by Matt Payne - http://www.matthewjosephpayne.com Edited by Jon Burton, Nina Haft and Dan Wolf Produced by Dan Wolf in association with 3200 Stories for the JCCSF Special thanks to David Kwan and CSU East Bay www.3200Stories.org gimmeshelter.jccsf.org
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-05-21T00:54:14.000Z

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Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-10-08T19:55:11.000Z

The JCCSF kicked off the 2013-14 season with the wondrous Junot Diaz in conversation with Sean San Jose. Junot and Sean have known each other a long time and their friendship and mutual admiration set a really comfortable tone as soon as they sat down on the stage. It was not a one-off conversation, but something that felt like an ongoing, evolving dialogue between two artists about their passions, struggles, and the particulars of bearing witness through art. Junot Diaz has some incredibly profound things to say about immigration as a "normative traumatic experience". I also loved what he had to say about the connected short story as an art form, and how he thinks it is more true to life (and love) than the novel.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-01-23T05:09:53.000Z

George Saunders and Karen Russell shared the stage for the first time on January 16th at the JCCSF. Judson True did a superb job moderating the discussion which ranged from creative process and writing styles, to when they decided they wanted to be writers, teaching, and family. Some profound insights from the master Saunders and ethereal quotes from the delightful and delighted Russell.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2015-04-06T18:47:19.000Z

Something magical is happening at the JCCSF, our atrium is being transformed into a performance space by Janice Garrett and Charles Moulton's dance piece "A Show of Hands". Listen to Charles and Janice talk about their collaborative process and the beauty of creating art in a public space. Original score by Dan Becker, performed by the Friction Quartet. Produced by Dan Wolf and Chris Howell for 3200 Stories. Audio produced by Dan Wolf. Photos by Laura Paull, Ben Doyle, Chris Howell and RJ Muna.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-05-22T19:24:44.000Z

    

Channel Title : AOL Originals

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Published Date : 2013-11-04T17:00:05.000Z

Two artists in two different fields share the same goal...to be great. J.R. Smith, the New York Knicks' shooting guard, visits Manhattan tattoo legend Bang Bang to create a custom piece. » See Sydney Leroux's Ink Here: http://goo.gl/vmeZk2 » Subscribe To AOL Originals: http://goo.gl/LjPDVb » Watch More 'My Ink' Here: http://goo.gl/g0iHy0 About 'My Ink': Travel along as some of the world's greatest athletes bring their tattoos to life through exclusive interviews and visits to their favorite tattoo parlors. Stay Connected to AOL Originals! Follow: https://twitter.com/AOLOriginals Like: https://www.facebook.com/AOLOriginals Regram: http://instagram.com/aoloriginals Follow: http://aoloriginals.tumblr.com/  Plus: http://goo.gl/os1Baw Watch more AOL Originals here! Flat Out: http://goo.gl/M2gX0N Fatherhood: http://goo.gl/jiMFz2 Acting Disruptive: http://goo.gl/OjXkMb
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-10-21T23:05:42.000Z

For three wonderful years in the late 2000s, I lived in Abu Tor, one of the easternmost districts of West Jerusalem. It's a winding hilltop neighborhood that's home to both Jewish and Arab neighbors. On Ein Rogel Street, where I lived, people might differ on the lack of a viable peace process, or on where you can get the best falafel, but they could always agree on one thing---Ein Rogel's uncanny ability to make you feel as if you were always trudging uphill. These are some of my Ein Rogel Street stories. -Eric Orner
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-11-25T08:15:58.000Z

What's Jewish? Anything that's not goyish. And if you don't know what goyish is, all it means is...not Jewish! Pretty simple, right? The difference between the two can be very subtle, as explained in this hilarious video from Josh Healey. Remixing the classic bit by Lenny Bruce, Healey takes us on comedic trip from Mos Def to masturbation to God himself to see who comes out ahead in that age-old battle: Jewish vs. Goyish. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Written and performed by Josh Healey http://joshhealey.org http://twitter.com/mrjoshhealey Directed by Ari Sigal and Brennan Brown Fistfull of Cake Films http://fistfullofcakefilms.com Produced by Dan Wolf for 3200 Stories a publication of the JCCSF's Maurice Kanbar Center for Media and Technology http://3200stories.com Thanks for watching. And Lenny, wherever you are, you're still the greatest. May you have bountiful shalom & shiksas in the afterlife.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-10-22T17:58:45.000Z

Who better to draw out Frank Gehry, "starchitect" of The Guggenheim in Bilbao and L.A.'s Disney Center, than his Pulitzer Prize winning biographer and architecture critic Paul Goldberger. A rare opportunity to get inside the mind of the man who's been calling "our most important living architect."
    

Channel Title : Marlar House

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Published Date : 2018-06-16T06:13:14.000Z

Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-fpm96-9342c8 “Let Us In” and 7 More Scary Paranormal Horror Stories! #WeirdDarkness Due to a migraine, I am posting an archive episode today – I do hope you still enjoy it though! If you like what you hear, please share a link to this episode on your social media, tell your friends about the podcast, and please leave a rating and review of the podcast; I might read your review here in a future episode! ========== SPONSORS... *Advertise your product/service on Weird Darkness; visit http://www.bgadgroup.com or call 770-874-3200.* BECOME A PATRON at http://www.patreon.com/marlarhouse  THE NOCTURNAL READER’S BOX: http://www.thenocturnalreadersbox.com/ (Use promo code “WEIRD15” for 15% off your first six-month subscription!) DAWN 2 DUSK: http://www.BrickhouseWeird.com (Use promo code WEIRD to save 10% on your first purchase!) MY PILLOW: http://www.MyPillow.com (Use promo code WEIRD to get 2 premium pillows for the price of one!) SEND OUT CARDS (Try it free!): https://www.sendoutcards.com/weird/   ESSENTIAL LINKS... THE MARLAR SHEET NEWSLETTER: http://www.MarlarHouse.com/MarlarSheet  FACEBOOK GROUP: http://www.facebook.com/groups/marlarhouse  UPCOMING EVENTS: http://www.MarlarHouse.com/Events  AUDIOBOOKS: http://www.marlarhouse.com/audiobooks  MOBILE APP: http://ww.MarlarHouse.com/mobile   STORY CREDITS AND/OR SOURCES… “The Fibber Tree” submitted by Christine Baerbock “Roanoke” submitted by Derek Hawke: http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/User:KillaHawke1 “The Oneirophage” submitted by S.W. Rice (from the book “Of Wonders Beyond Thule” available on Amazon.com): http://www.amazon.com/Wonders-Beyond-Thule-Collection-Regarding-ebook/dp/B00IJRQLG8 “Let Us In” (The BEK Strike In Arkansas) submitted by Barry Roberts: https://www.myhauntedlifetoo.com/2016/11/14/let-us-bek-strike-arkansas/ “The Dead Arm’s Warning” (The Statue of Virgin Mary That Caught a Thief) submitted by G. Michael Vasey: https://www.myhauntedlifetoo.com/2016/11/11/statue-virgin-mary-caught-thief/ “The Highlands Grey Man” (The Big Grey Man: The Scottish Bigfoot) used by permission from MessageToEagle.com: http://ow.ly/SUnQ306aSbI “The Village Outside of Time” (Legend of Brigadoon: Mythical Village Where Time Stands Still) used by permission from MessageToEagle.com: http://ow.ly/kFnU306aSRa “The Blessed Statue” submitted by Randy Lee Beasley: https://www.facebook.com/PepperScarPro WEIRD DARKNESS MUSIC PROVIDED BY Midnight Syndicate http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ and Shadow’s Symphony http://www.facebook.com/shadowssymphony/ - all music used with permission. All rights reserved.    BECOME A PATRON at http://www.patreon.com/marlarhouse
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-10-22T13:06:09.000Z

Judith Martin aka Miss Manners delighted the audience with all sorts of advice for navigating the stormy seas of etiquette. Lots of advice to future brides (hint: don't shake down your guests), parents who over-indulge their children, and co-workers about confusing friends and business associates. Warm and wonderful, the lady has lots of class.
    

Channel Title : Marlar House

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Published Date : 2018-06-05T06:11:35.000Z

Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-nud5f-929a7b “The Colorado Cannibal” and 2 More Scary, Horrifyingly True Stories! #WeirdDarkness  If you like what you hear, please share a link to this episode on your social media, tell your friends about the podcast, and please leave a rating and review of the podcast; I might read your review here in a future episode! ========== IN THIS EPISODE: A creepy video shows something that the one who recorded it never saw. (The Office Video) *** The "Ypsilanti Ripper" terrorized the college community for two years. We share the savage crimes of John Norman Collins. (Campus Terror) *** Alfred Packer was found guilty of a murder that he committed in the mountains of Colorado. But this just wasn’t any murder – Packer was charged with killing and eating his victims. (The Colorado Cannibal)   SPONSORS... *Advertise your product/service on Weird Darkness; visit http://www.bgadgroup.com or call 770-874-3200.* BECOME A PATRON at http://www.patreon.com/marlarhouse  THE NOCTURNAL READER’S BOX: http://www.thenocturnalreadersbox.com/ (Use promo code “WEIRD15” for 15% off your first six-month subscription!) DAWN 2 DUSK: http://www.BrickhouseWeird.com (Use promo code WEIRD to save 10% on your first purchase!) MY PILLOW: http://www.MyPillow.com (Use promo code WEIRD to get 2 premium pillows for the price of one!) SEND OUT CARDS (Try it free!): https://www.sendoutcards.com/weird/   ESSENTIAL LINKS... THE MARLAR SHEET NEWSLETTER: http://www.MarlarHouse.com/MarlarSheet  FACEBOOK GROUP: http://www.facebook.com/groups/marlarhouse  UPCOMING EVENTS: http://www.MarlarHouse.com/Events  AUDIOBOOKS: http://www.marlarhouse.com/audiobooks  MOBILE APP: http://ww.MarlarHouse.com/mobile   STORY CREDITS AND/OR SOURCES… “The Office Video” by Emily Maltas – submitted directly to WeirdDarkness.com. “Campus Terror” by Orrin Grey: https://the-line-up.com/john-norman-collins “The Colorado Cannibal” by Troy Taylor: https://troytaylorbooks.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-colorado-cannibal.html WEIRD DARKNESS MUSIC PROVIDED BY Midnight Syndicate http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ and Shadow’s Symphony http://www.facebook.com/shadowssymphony/ - all music used with permission. All rights reserved.    BECOME A PATRON at http://www.patreon.com/marlarhouse
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-10-19T22:48:08.000Z

Take two men with the gift of gab, a hot book on a controversial topic, put them in front of a sold out audience, and what do you get? One fabulous evening! Yes, Michael Krasny gave one of his best interviews on Tuesday, Oct. 1 when he sat down with Reza Aslan to discuss Reza's superb new book ZEALOT. Michael was in his element: relaxed, funny, and charming as could be. And Reza Aslan is on top of the world right now -- and the NYT bestseller list. In addition to the book, and why they think it has sparked so much controversy -- and why now, they discussed middle east politics and Iran.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2012-01-19T01:45:18.000Z

Enjoy this video of the Shofar Song- especially great for children!
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-11-07T04:31:40.000Z

Sometimes the best results are what you don't expect. Visual artist Hervé Tullet sat down with 3200 stories and talked his creative process, learning through play, and the importance of developing a shared experience between adults and children.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-03-10T23:49:48.000Z

Culinary mentorship from one generation to the next comes in many forms. Sometimes from Grandma or Grandpa, sometimes from Mom or Dad, and sometimes it comes directly from the original celebrity chef himself, Wolfgang Puck. Featuring Chef Mitch Rosenthal Join us for a celebration of Reboot's Beyond Bubbie project in an evening dedicated to food, family, and the stories that link them. Emcee chef Joey Altman will be joined by Delfina's Craig Stoll, Jardiniere's Traci Des Jardins, AQ and TBD's Mark Liberman, Saul's Deli's Peter Levitt, Town Hall and Salt House's Mitchell Rosenthal, tablehopper.com founder Marcia Gagliardi and more.* *Participants subject to change. Tuesday, Apr 1 Starts at: 7:00 pm For tickets call 415-292-1233 or go to https://tickets.jccsf.org/public/loader.asp?target=hall.asp?event=2364 #BeyondBubbie @BeyondBubbie @3200stories @ArtsJCCSF @JCCSF
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-08-27T18:01:49.000Z

Yuri Lane is a beatbox beast. All he needs is his mouth and his harmonica to construct a whole world with his music. His YouTube channel has over 10 million views on videos like Beatbox+Harmonica, Beatbox Harmonica -- Baltimore, and Beatbox Harmonica to the People. A San Francisco native, Yuri is an actor, an educator, and a really good guy. His music spans from down-and-dirty blues songs to big electronic beats that will blow out your fathers speakers. Recorded on November 19, 2012, Yuri blessed us with some of his beatbox harmonica, a touch of his latest stage play MeTube and concluded with a call for peace. Enjoy! www.yurilane.com http://www.youtube.com/user/yurilane ----------------------------- Can your workspace ever be the same once something magical has transformed it? That is the question at the heart of the Cubicle Concerts, an on-line performing arts series that turns workspaces into performance venues. It is an opportunity for artists and audiences to re-imagine what a performance space can be. It is an oasis for anyone working to make this world a more creative place. Cubicle Concerts is produced in partnership with BAYCAT (Bayview Center for Arts and Technology), a non-profit community media producer that educates, empowers and employs underserved youth and adults in the digital media arts. Together we collaborate to create opportunities for artists, performers and filmmakers to hone their craft and support the expression of contemporary art forms in unique, new ways. ----------------------------- Created by Dan Wolf Produced by Dan Wolf, Ariel Dovas & Jose Alfaro Episode Camera and Editing: Jon Burton Opening Sequence Camera: Jose Alfaro, Ariel Dovas & Edgar Garcia Gaffer: Joseph Roland Assistant Director: Liz Salinas Editing: Ariel Dovas & Jessica Liu Theme: Jason Valerio ----------------------------- Cubicle Concerts is a collaboration between 3200 Stories, a publication of the JCCSF's Maurice Kanbar Center for Media and Technology, and BAYCAT: Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology.
    

Channel Title : Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI)

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Published Date : 2018-02-28T19:44:12.000Z

In this Ocean Story, MBARI Senior Scientist Kelly Benoit Bird talks about her research on the mesopelagic zone – the part of the ocean that extends from ~650 to 3200 feet below the surface. Benoit-Bird uses specialized sonar to study the schooling behavior of small animals such as anchovies, as well as the foraging behavior of larger marine predators such as dolphins and seabirds. She has pioneered the use of sonar devices on underwater robots that dive deep below the surface to get extremely detailed views of predator-prey interactions in the wild. Video editing: Lonny Lundsten and Susan von Thun Music: www.bensound.com Open graphics: Kelly Lance Production support: Kelly Lance, Nancy Jacobsen Stout, Kyra Schlining Producer: Heidi Cullen
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-02-15T00:54:50.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2014-01-18T02:05:13.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2015-01-15T22:37:24.000Z

The phone is ringing upstairs, but the downstairs maid doesn't know what to do. www.killingmylobster.com ----------------------------- Can your workspace ever be the same once something magical has transformed it? That is the question at the heart of the Cubicle Concerts, an on-line performing arts series that turns workspaces into performance venues. It is an opportunity for artists and audiences to re-imagine what a performance space can be. It is an oasis for anyone working to make this world a more creative place. Cubicle Concerts is produced in partnership with BAYCAT (Bayview Center for Arts and Technology), a non-profit community media producer that educates, empowers and employs underserved youth and adults in the digital media arts. Together we collaborate to create opportunities for artists, performers and filmmakers to hone their craft and support the expression of contemporary art forms in unique, new ways. ----------------------------- Created by Dan Wolf Produced by Dan Wolf, Ariel Dovas & Jose Alfaro Camera: Jose Alfaro, Ariel Dovas & Edgar Garcia Gaffer: Joseph Roland Assistant Director: Liz Salinas Editing: Alvaro Lacayo and Ariel Dovas Theme: Jason Valerio ----------------------------- Cubicle Concerts is a collaboration between 3200 Stories, a publication of the JCCSF's Maurice Kanbar Center for Media and Technology, and BAYCAT: Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology.
    

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Published Date : 2012-10-22T23:47:59.000Z

Since this module is about stories, I thought it was important to share a story with you that means a lot to me. I hope this will help you think about the power of sharing stories with children, particularly as ways to inspire students and move them towards taking action in their world. These ideas also connect to the Tyson article ("Shut My Mouth Wide Open") you're reading in this module.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-08-28T19:39:03.000Z

It is customary to blow the shofar daily (except for Shabbat) in the month of Elul (the month leading up to Rosh Hashanah) to invoke reflection and preparation for the upcoming New Year, Rosh Hashanah. At the JCCSF we have a tradition of blowing shofar at 10:00 am in the atrium on weekdays throughout Elul (in 2014 it runs from 8/27 through 9/24).
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-06-06T17:42:40.000Z

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Channel Title : Marlar House

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Published Date : 2018-06-06T06:14:40.000Z

Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-3wzsd-92abb6 “Unseen Passenger” “Was Mars Murdered?”, and 4 More Strange Paranormal Stories! #WeirdDarkness If you like what you hear, please share a link to this episode on your social media, tell your friends about the podcast, and please leave a rating and review of the podcast; I might read your review here in a future episode! ========== IN THIS EPISODE: The innocent sound of a bathroom light being switched on turns terrifying for one woman. (Sounds When I’m Alone) *** One physicist says he can scientifically prove that two Martian civilizations were annihilated by nuclear explosions. (Was Mars Murdered?) *** When Edward IV died, his son Edward, Prince of Wales was set to take over the throne – until he and his brother Richard mysteriously vanished. (Princes In The Tower) *** The London Underground is 140 years old, and carves its way beneath London's most historic sites, disturbing what was laid to rest centuries ago. It is no surprise that many ghostly sightings are associated with the Underground. (London’s Underground Ghosts) *** Police dispatch sends an officer to a very strange call involving an old woman with invisible friends. (The Unseen Passenger) *** The community of Olalla - the place where people came to starve their way to health—and sometimes to death. All with the help of a self-proclaimed doctor whose starvation cure may have been more effective in producing ghosts than healthy patients. (The Hungry Ghosts of Starvation Heights)   SPONSORS... *Advertise your product/service on Weird Darkness; visit http://www.bgadgroup.com or call 770-874-3200.* BECOME A PATRON at http://www.patreon.com/marlarhouse  THE NOCTURNAL READER’S BOX: http://www.thenocturnalreadersbox.com/ (Use promo code “WEIRD15” for 15% off your first six-month subscription!) DAWN 2 DUSK: http://www.BrickhouseWeird.com (Use promo code WEIRD to save 10% on your first purchase!) MY PILLOW: http://www.MyPillow.com (Use promo code WEIRD to get 2 premium pillows for the price of one!) SEND OUT CARDS (Try it free!): https://www.sendoutcards.com/weird/   ESSENTIAL LINKS... THE MARLAR SHEET NEWSLETTER: http://www.MarlarHouse.com/MarlarSheet  FACEBOOK GROUP: http://www.facebook.com/groups/marlarhouse  UPCOMING EVENTS: http://www.MarlarHouse.com/Events  AUDIOBOOKS: http://www.marlarhouse.com/audiobooks  MOBILE APP: http://ww.MarlarHouse.com/mobile   STORY CREDITS AND/OR SOURCES… “Sounds When I’m Alone” by NewbyKin: http://www.yourghoststories.com/real-ghost-story.php?story=25461 “Was Mars Murdered?” by Jason Koebler: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/9aknn8/were-ancient-martians-murdered-by-nuclear-bomb-dropping-aliens-an-investigation “The Princes In The Tower” by Gina Dimuro: http://allthatsinteresting.com/princes-in-the-tower “London’s Underground Ghosts”: http://ghost-story.co.uk/index.php/haunted-buildings/276-london-underground-ghosts-london-england “The Unseen Passenger”: http://ghostsnghouls.com/2015/07/27/cop-ghost-story/ “The Hungry Ghosts of Starvation Heights” from the book Weird Washington: https://amzn.to/2LoKvxC (affiliate link) WEIRD DARKNESS MUSIC PROVIDED BY Midnight Syndicate http://amzn.to/2BYCoXZ and Shadow’s Symphony http://www.facebook.com/shadowssymphony/ - all music used with permission. All rights reserved.    BECOME A PATRON at http://www.patreon.com/marlarhouse
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-11-05T18:39:05.000Z

San Francisco has always attracted artists, who leave their mark on the look of the City. This is the story of Masha Zakheim, passionate champion and docent of this city’s historic murals, from Coit Tower to San Francisco City College, the City Club and the Beach Chalet. (c) 2014 Jewish Community Center of San Francisco/3200 Stories
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2014-02-07T20:31:04.000Z

    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2015-02-05T00:00:54.000Z

Anthony Mordechai Tzvi Russell is the mench! A former Opera singer, he left classical singing behind to use his voice to look for the connection between the Jewish and the African American spirit. Russell, a deeply soulful man with a warm heart and a big smile, embodies both effortlessly. We were happy to bring him to The Contemporary Jewish Museum to perform for our Cubicle Concert series in 2013. Special thanks to Leah Greenberg for being our host. ----------------------------- Can your workspace ever be the same once something magical has transformed it? That is the question at the heart of the Cubicle Concerts, an on-line performing arts series that turns workspaces into performance venues. It is an opportunity for artists and audiences to re-imagine what a performance space can be. It is an oasis for anyone working to make this world a more creative place. Cubicle Concerts is produced in partnership with BAYCAT (Bayview Center for Arts and Technology), a non-profit community media producer that educates, empowers and employs underserved youth and adults in the digital media arts. Together we collaborate to create opportunities for artists, performers and filmmakers to hone their craft and support the expression of contemporary art forms in unique, new ways. ----------------------------- Created by Dan Wolf Produced by Dan Wolf, Ariel Dovas & Jose Alfaro Camera: Jose Alfaro, Ariel Dovas & Edgar Garcia Gaffer: Joseph Roland Assistant Director: Liz Salinas Editing: Alvaro Lacayo and Ariel Dovas Theme: Jason Valerio ----------------------------- Cubicle Concerts is a collaboration between 3200 Stories, a publication of the JCCSF's Maurice Kanbar Center for Media and Technology, and BAYCAT: Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology.
    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-12-24T01:42:03.000Z

    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2013-02-21T21:24:08.000Z

    

Channel Title : 3200 Stories

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Published Date : 2012-09-25T20:53:13.000Z

"Not Permanent" is produced for the video installation "we are not permanent but we are not temporary" a series of four videos exploring Sukkot's core themes: impermanence of life, searching and wandering for a place to call home, and the welcoming of strangers. Featuring Tommy "Soulati" Shepherd and Dan "D.Wolf" Wolf with music by Keith "KP" Pinto, members of the Bay Area Hip Hop music and theater collective Felonious, the song is a reminder of the fragility and impermanence of ... everything. Lyrics by Dan Wolf and Tommy Shepherd Beat by Keith Pinto Sound Engineer - David Kwan Directed by Justin Berger Director of Photography - Chris Peoples Gaffer - Steve Reddell Timelapse Video - Roy Two Thousand Production Manager - Michelle Fatale Produced by HKL Films in association with 3200 Stories for the JCCSF Executive Producer - Dan Wolf Special thanks to Sinai Memorial Chapel / Eternal Home Cemetery www.3200stories.org gimmeshelter.jccsf.org www.feloniouslive.com LYRICS we are not permanent but we are not temporary whats gone what's left so what gives what song what set what substance what sign what sect what color scheme what species in the mix gets you following we might be someplace still Im wandering hollering in the dark the scenes demolishing I got my heart on my sleeve see me polishing got the rock the talk see me modeling what if the models wrong who left the speakers on may be the last chance brother sister soldier on what if your house is gone burnt down ashes blown run into the forest as the soldiers kill off all you know what if the mix is off but the structure stays what if you only all alone until the end of days you're now connected to your blood line been waiting all this time since since my day of birth just to take my turn all of this is an interpretation and all of this is just a manifestation man what we facing the entire nation this entire spaceship is profane and its sacred and whats funnier than this - its all the same shit we all out there searching for a mystic whats death when you live it's just an instant white lights shine bright blink and then you missed it and in the end I'd like to view it from a Vista yea, that's exactly how I picture my fam - wife's hand - white sand - no plans sound of crashing waves and the purest of the mixtures we are not permanent laugh now but we are not temporary cry later not passing strange at close range live now fleeting or momentary try later we are not permanent laugh now but we are not temporary cry later not passing strange at close range live now fleeting or momentary we are not permanent but we are not temporary what's here what's gone what's still what proof of life will override what's killed when the ink goes on the parchment does it carry through the ages as witness to the dearly departed how much is mentalized into tiny compartments wish you could keep the best while filing away the hard shit carry distorted memories of all kinds what really happened compared to what moves in the mind it all gets blurred with time we try to preserve but forget and yet seem to nevermind me and mine hang on to history like it's hers i deserve the whole proof first hand first words you and yours can afford to pay attention to what's occurred pay respect to what you know verses all that you heard the strings are short lived the ropes are short term what do we do when we can't sqiuirm we stand firm or bystand and watch the past repeat try wading in the wake of release plant your feet on the face of defeat know that if you think it's finished man it might never be really complete the whole phase is all state chump short and small and change cant hang bring the pressure to the test range laugh now cry later live now try later we are not permanent laugh now but we are not temporary cry later not passing strange at close range it's live now fleeting or momentary we are not permanent but we are not temporary
    

Channel Title : Al Jazeera English

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Published Date : 2017-05-10T14:29:11.000Z

Twenty-five years on, survivors of the Omarska concentration camp tell chilling personal stories of their incarceration and shocking treatment at the start of the Bosnian War. By 1992, the Yugoslav Federation was disintegrating. Slovenia and Croatia had already broken away, sparking a conflict with Serbia. Further violence then broke out in Bosnia-Herzegovina which had also declared independence. The Serbs there wanted to remain within Yugoslavia and build a greater Serbia - and received backing from extremists in Belgrade. Bosnian Muslims, known as Bosniaks, were driven from their homes in what soon became known as 'ethnic cleansing'. The first outbreaks were in northern Bosnia-Herzegovina in and around the municipality of Prijedor, where Bosnian Serb military and police unlawfully segregated, detained and confined several thousand of Bosniaks and Bosnian Croats. Over four thousand people were killed between May and August 1992. While Serb forces set up hundreds of concentration camps throughout Bosnia-Herzegovina, Omarska was the most notorious and where a relatively few survived. More from Al Jazeera World on: YouTube - http://aje.io/aljazeeraworldYT Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/AlJazeeraWorld Twitter - https://twitter.com/AlJazeera_World Visit our website - http://www.aljazeera.com/aljazeeraworld Subscribe to AJE on YouTube - http://aje.io/YTsubscribe

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