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Alessia Cara —What’s in Her Amoeba Bag? (4 minutes, 2016)

Posted on October 26th, by admin in Popular Music. No Comments

Young pop sensation Alessia Cara reveals her love of Amy Winehouse and Frank Sinatra in this neat feature put together by Amoeba Music.

Tegan and Sara on Charlie Rose (24 minutes, 2016)

Posted on October 26th, by admin in Biography, Popular Music. No Comments

Pop twins from Canada – Tegan and Sara – talk to broadcaster Charlie Rose about their creative process, life in general and their new record, “Love You to Death.”

PALM OIL: Hope and Anger in One of Africa’s Poorest Countries (7 minutes, 2016)

Posted on October 24th, by admin in Business, Environment, Politics. No Comments

Bacchus Wilson Panyonnoh, a 35-year-old palm oil worker, and Lee Sworh, a community activist, live in the remote forests of south-east Liberia. (Source: The Guardian)

Hate Crimes in Mississippi (9 minutes, 2013)

Posted on October 24th, by admin in Civil Rights, Crime. No Comments

Two hit-and-run deaths in rural Mississippi just a few miles apart highlight a disturbing problem about data collection on possible hate crimes. (Source: CNN)

Johnny Knoxville Pays a Real Price with this Failed Stunt (4 minutes,2007)

Posted on October 22nd, by admin in Daredevils. No Comments

Stuntman Johnny Knoxville of JACKASS fame suffers a serious crotch injury in this failed motorcycle flip. Knoxville thinks he survives unscathed until he realizes he’s bleeding.

Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes Plays His New Record ‘Ruminations’ (67 minutes, 2016)

Posted on October 22nd, by admin in Live Concerts, Popular Music. No Comments

Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes plays his excellent new solo record “Ruminations” live at Housing Works Bookstore in New York City.

‘Moonlight’ Director Barry Jenkins and Cast Interviewed about this Critically Acclaimed Coming of Age Story (2 minutes, 2016)

Posted on October 22nd, by admin in Film. No Comments

Director Barry Jenkins talks side by side with his acting crew about their new and highly acclaimed film MOONLIGHT. It’s the story of a young black boy coming of age in Miami. It’s told in three parts, each a pivotal moment in his young life.

How Chains Are Made (2 minutes, 2016)

Posted on October 22nd, by admin in How To Videos. No Comments

This video focuses on the beauty of design, specifically how attractive and fun it can be watch a steel chain being made.

G.E. Smith on Touring with Bob Dylan (12 minutes, 2016)

Posted on October 21st, by admin in Biography, Rock. No Comments

G.E. Smith, of Saturday Night Live fame, on playing guitar and touring with Bob Dylan in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

How To Stop Your Period (14 minutes, 2016)

Posted on October 19th, by admin in Health, Sex. No Comments

Some women have chosen to stop their periods – we (Mae and Mona) are two of them. (Source: The Guardian)

The Boy With The Incredible Brain (47 minutes, 2005)

Posted on October 19th, by admin in Biography. No Comments

An extraordinary documentary on the brainpower of Daniel T, the young Englishman who could be the world’s greatest mental athlete. Daniel is not just a calculating wizard, but also a memory champion and super linguist. (Source: Real Stories)

The Water Sommelier (12 minutes, 2016)

Posted on October 18th, by admin in Biography, Business, Food. No Comments

Martin Riese is a water sommelier, which, despite what your brain might be telling you right now, is a real thing. Riese is perhaps the most well known of a very small pool of water sommeliers around the world who have made a profession of tasting, analyzing, judging, and ultimately spreading the good word about the many different flavors of water our tastebuds have been missing out on. For this film, we followed Martin from his home at the Patina Restaurant in Los Angeles to the first of its kind water competition and trade show in Guangzhou, China. Why? “Because water is not just water.” (Source: MEL Films)