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Archive for the 'Richard Bluestein' Category
A documentary short about the Arts of Life collective in Chicago where developmentally disabled adults get paid to produce art. These are people who previously were ignored or marginalized in traditional programs for disabled people. Visit http://www.artsoflife.org/. “Established in 2000, the Arts of Life is an artistic community that provides adults with developmental disabilities an environment to experience personal growth.”
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World premiere of what’s sure to be Tyra’s next TV sensation: America’s Next Top Fatty. The name says it all!
Richard Bluestein Interviews Max Keiser of BBC’s The Oracle About Fiscal Policy, Starbuck, Gold, and More.
same speech from a different angle
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Video Journal for today is a video resumé workshop. It’s shit.
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I ran into Usama at the rally. Usama is an acclaimed filmmaker and his is also a radio host at the new Chicago Public Radio Station vocalo.org. He also used to work for Studs Terkel as his archivist and was even the subject of a chapter of one of Studs’ recent books.
This video is a perfect example of something I would never post if it weren’t VloMo.
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Kim Stratton singing live from Grant Park just before Barack took to the stage on election night.
Vince Emanuelle talking outside of Grant Park before the rally on the same night.
I’m in Chicago for election day. It’s weird.
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Every day, for a month.
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From my visit to Machu Pichu in May. I’m looking to remix this to pod-safer music so please email suggestions to [email protected]
Also, please look for the LYPS easter egg.
An interview with my first cousin once removed as she describes her fascinating story of being rescued from the Holocaust.
This is the very RARE lesbian version of the critically acclaimed Thus Spake Grizelda #1.