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0 Style-City Music Presents - The Best Of The Music Industry Underground

"Be sure to tune in to Style-City Music Presents – for nonstop music videos. Cause we’re bringing you some of the best music videos from all over the world. You’ll enjoy A unique blend of Pop, Rock, R&b and other musical styles. with an occasional guest appearance from up and coming recording artists. Be sure to tune in to this channel - Because Style-City Music presents -some of the best from the music industry underground."

16 Minutes - Open Doors to Health in New Hampshire

This video was produced by Bi-State Primary Care Association in the style of the CBS News program “60-Minutes”. It looks at the positive impact that New Hampshire's Community Health Centers have had on their communities, as well as the challenges they face to continue to provide high quality preventive and primary care to the people that need it.

Featuring patient and provider interviews, an overview of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act projects at three New Hampshire Community Health Centers, and a demonstration of the "Patient Centered Medical Home" model of care practiced by New Hampshire Community Health Centers, including medical, dental, and behavioral health care services. Community Health Centers are open to all residents, those with health insurance and those without.

The Folklorist

The Folklorist is NewTV's Emmy® Award-winning television series that offers a captivating look at the stories in history that have forever inspired us. Whether its a tale of legendary lost cities, forgotten heros, or hoaxes beyond belief, The Folklorist brings audiences back to each story's origins, and uncovers what's been left out of text books, and what lives on as folklore.

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The series examines ancient ruins and monuments across the globe.

Topics include Stonehenge, The Pyramids of Mexico, Baalbek, Easter Island, Egyptian Obelisks and pyramids, Maccu Piccu, the Nazca Lines, and much more. The 6000 year old Sumerian Clay Tablets are discussed in great detail, to shed light on the elusive Annunaki, or " giants " of the Bible. Old maps, mythology and legendary creatures such as dragons are discussed in detail.

The format is a slide show, with many photographs per show, along with my narrative. It's a fast, entertaining and enlightening half hour!

0ff The Shelf

Host Veronica Andrews interviews local, national and international authors about their latest books. Veronica's personable interview style creates rapport with the author while drawing the audience into the conversation with provocative, out-of-the-box interview questions.

100 Mile Meals

Travel up and down the Central Coast of California and visit local restaurants and non-profits who are doing their best to make 100 Mile Meals.

100-Second Film Festival

Launched 2005, The 100 Second Film Festival is a non commercial, non competitive universal collaboration.

Our objective is to stimulate people to create, watch and share videos (that are 100 seconds or less in duration).

The project is fueled by the Creative Commons .

We release 1 episode a year, but I would like to upload two videos this year if possible, 1 from 2005-2007, the other 2008-2009.

11 Bravo Vietnam

Vincent Gabriel’s - 11 Bravo Vietnam - A Soldiers Story Documentary -- Vincent Gabriel, Jr returned from his tour of duty in Vietnam thirty eight years ago. He fought in the Tet offensive of 1968.

Now Gabriel, a noted Midcoast Maine musician, has committed his experiences to songs and a series of spoken vignettes. The result is the moving documentary, 11 Bravo Vietnam , A Soldiers Story. The 55 minute presentation consists of songs and spoken memories with a multimedia accompaniment of documentary footage and personal photographs.

11 Bravo Vietnam , A Soldiers Story is a virtual scrapbook of one young man’s experiences in combat from the day he receives word of his induction to his homecoming. He sings of terribly brief friendships on the battle field, the searing awareness of his mortality and the random forces which preserve one life and take another. He tells of the importance of family and humor.

It's a deeply personal tale. A tale, he notes, which is only one among a million others. And now that American men and women are again deployed half a world away in Iraq and Afghanistan , Gabriel’s memoir is more relevant than ever. As the news media flash footage of anonymous warriors and cite statistics, 11 Bravo reminds us that each one of those figures on the screen has a dream for the future, hopes and loved ones, and a constant fear.

Gabriel’s documentary is not about policy, or politicians, or generals. 11 Bravo is about the combat soldier’s day to day struggle for survival in the chaos of a war - survival of the soul as well as of the body. Vincent Gabriel served as a pointman,radio operator with Charlie Company, Second Battalion, 18th Regiment,First Infantry Division during the 1968 Tet Offensive.