We drove through the prairie fields of Southern Alberta (seeing Tysonâs first hare!) to eventually reach the gravel road leading to the Miltow Colony. We rolled up to the last row of houses that look much like military bunkhouses, got out of our van, and were greeted by Sam, the financial manager of the colony. We didnât see anyone else yet but we were intrigued. Sam is a round-faced, gentle-looking man. He, and all the men as we were going to see, wore black coats, black pants, and black hats that add a few inches to their height.
He beckoned us inside where we sat on a steel bench in a room with a desk, a couple of metal chairs, and a wooden clock on the wall. They offered us pork sausage and juice boxes that we accepted as two girls about our age entered the room. Michelle and Lorna were beautiful, smiling girls who, like all the other women, wore black and white polka dot headscarves, black coats, and striped skirts that went down to their black shoes. They all did their hair in a centre …
Duration : 2 min 19 sec
The Defining Moment Television Talk Show interview with Rev. Dr. Jeff Utter, Pastor of Bixby Knolls Christian Church in Long Beach, California.
Duration : 26 min 17 sec
Find out more at http://www.ustelecom.org/ Distributed by Tubemogul.
Duration : 2 min 57 sec
renatodorfman.com Renato Dorfman describes this art piece in his own words. If you are interested in buying the art that you see here go to renatodorfman.com
Duration : 6 min 36 sec
Erin takes a veritable walk in the sun with this bags that aren't just fashionable, but are also solar powered! The solar cells on these bags by Voltaic and Noon Solar are enough to charge mobile phones and iPods.
Duration : 1 min 16 sec
http://www.ufoevolution.com For all the latest UFO news.
Duration : 9 min 52 sec
From e-bikes to electric cars: Beres Seelbach started the electric vehicle franchise business Lautlos durch Deutschland to reduce urban noise and air pollution. Tiburon-TV interviewed Beres at the European Venture Market.
Duration : 3 min 51 sec
Bill Moyers Journal: Buying the War
Wednesday, April 25, 2007 at 9 PM on PBS (check local listings)
How the administration marketed the war to the American people has been well covered, but critical questions remain: How and why did the press buy it, and what does it say about the role of journalists in helping the public sort out fact from propaganda?
On Wednesday, April 25 at 9 P.M. on PBS (check local listings), watch “Buying the War,” a 90-minute documentary that explores the role of the press in the lead-up to the invasion of Iraq.
Two days later on April 27, the Bill Moyers Journal airs its regular timeslot on Fridays at 9 P.M. with interviews and news analysis of underreported stories across an array of beats, including: the environment, media, politics, the economy, arts and culture, and social issues.
Duration : 4 min 49 sec
A Journey Through Aesthetic Realms – Episode 669
Trees, the Longings of the Earth ,
Air date: Jul 14, 2008 (AJAR – 20080714)
Duration : 18 min 56 sec