1. Grand Antiques


    from Beckmans College of Design / Added

    1,216 Plays / / 0 Comments

    DoP / Editor - Simon Kraft Made in collaboration with Axel Lokrantz and Josef Ruona

    + More details
    • Oma's Attic Consignment


      from oma's attic / Added

      5 Plays / / 0 Comments

      Lee lists the ways you can you can go about getting your items placed in the store on consignment.

      + More details
      • Gardner Village - Vintage Love


        from Mazer Media / Added

        189 Plays / / 1 Comment

        For the past 30 years, Gardner Village has established itself as a place where the old meets the new in a combination of vintage and modern. It's a place where anyone can feel young again. Where magic is in the air and romance is in bloom. It's a place where love grows right alongside the flowers. Watch our Vintage Love story of two young people falling in love at Gardner Village. Please LIKE this video and SHARE it with your friends to spread the word. Executive Produced by Marcia Johns (Gardner Village) Written, Directed, and Edited by Matt Schramer (Mazer Media) Actors - Elizabeth Montgomery and Garrett Jensen (McCarty Talent Agency) Makeup Artist - Denise Christensen of DC Makeup - http://denise-christensen.squarespace... Production Designer/Props - Chelsey Curtis - http://housewife2hostess.blogspot.com/ Hair Dresser - Karlee Strickland Director of Photography/Camera Operator - Cody McCarthy Camera Operator - Rosemary Card Assistant Director - John Wallis Music - "Halcyon Days" by Anthony Phillips and Sofia Letitia Maclean (Killer Tracks) and "Beautiful Colours" by Michael Holborn and William Henries (Killertracks) Filmed on the Sony FS700 and Canon 5dmkii. Edited by Matt Schramer (Mazer Media) using Adobe Premiere Pro CC Follow Mazer Media on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest. http://www.facebook.com/mazermedia Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/Mazer_Media Instagram - @mazermedia http://www.pinterest.com/mazermedia http://www.mazermedia.com

        + More details
        • Precious Den's 2014


          from jenniekrausse / Added

          138 Plays / / 0 Comments

          our fundraiser this week at kobasic's candy hall for the cats and dogs

          + More details
          • JITT Sept 2014 Market


            from Lindsey Holt / Added

            58 Plays / / 0 Comments

            Market Day recap from all the Vintage Market fun on September 20th, 2014.

            + More details
            • November 21-23, 2014 Louisiana Purchase Auction


              from Neal Auction Company / Added

              12.3K Plays / / 0 Comments

              Preview of the upcoming annual Louisiana Purchase Auction

              + More details
              • Lacquer Salon and Garden Party


                from kate bidinger / Added

                2 Plays / / 0 Comments

                + More details
                • San Francisco Fall Antiques Show


                  from Ike Kligerman Barkley / Added

                  21 Plays / / 0 Comments

                  Setting up the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show at the Fort Mason Center.

                  + More details
                  • Save the last one for me (By Oliver Morrison)


                    from bob.sacha@journalism.cuny.edu / Added

                    62 Plays / / 0 Comments

                    1) Nathan Hescock loves old things. For work he finds old furniture, takes it back to his shop in downtown Manhattan and refurbishes it. For fun he runs a non-profit studio that teaches dance to the elderly with dementia. 2) Nathan Hescock loves old things. For work he finds old furniture that he think has some life left in it, takes it back to his shop in downtown Manhattan and refurbishes it. For fun he runs a non-profit studio that teaches dance to the elderly with dementia. During a moment when the baby boomers are retiring in large numbers, his non-profit helps the ones who have lost their other memories to reconnect to the music and mojo of their youth. He grew up having to dance with older women at his parent’s dance studio to help pay his way. And he admimts, to get the girls. So he’s used to dancing with older women and feels like he owes something back for all their patience. His antique shop, Furniture Green, offers an environmental alternative to cheap modern disposable furniture. Hescock says that, once he’s touched it up, the old furniture is more durable and has more character. He plays oldies music in his shop in Herald Square, which is packed full of tasteful dressers, disturbing old statues and retro-looking signs. He was offered a chance to star on a newly developed reality show on cable but the producers wanted to plant expensive antiques at garage sales--another favorite past-time of his--which he was supposed to pretend to discover. He and his staff weren’t so into it. They’re not treasure hunters, he says, they’re just looking to give some old things new life. 3) – Shakin’ and swingin’: a swell new treatment for Alzheimer’s in NY 4) – This is people having a transformation: feeling tired, in a bad mood, and then music comes on, they’re aware, their blood is pumping, they go home and they just feel completely different. Part of the problem with dementia is people don’t really think of the sufferer as being in pain. And they’re just lost and confused. Well if you’re lost and confused that doesn’t make you feel good. I am the founder of Rhythm Break Cares. It’s a non-profit organization that uses primarily partner dance as a tool to work with people with dementia, Alzheimers. I’ve been doing this for about 14 years. “Do you want these other chairs out on the porch?” “Sure, sure, thank you.” I own Furnish Green which is a vintage furniture business. It doesn’t seem like it’s that related, but I guess I like older things. “It’s become more difficult for me because everything you go through, there is a memory. You know there’s this, I remember when my mother wore that.” It’s the next part of his life, it’s probably when logic dictates when you get to that point it might be your last stop. But there’s again there’s nothing, no sadness, there’s a life well lived. I just like being around somebody like that, at that point in their life. Dance it just, it just puts you in the moment. It allows people not have to think about what they’re doing. And there is nothing else but that moment at that moment You get a lot of resistance in the beginning. It doesn’t take long to—you know if you’re playing music, if somebody likes music, they automatically will start moving, you know, your head from side to side or, you know, tapping your finger a little bit, and you can see that out of the corner of your eye. I grew up as a ballroom dancer. Every Saturday night I had to get on the dance floor and dance with all the single ladies, like three, four times my age. I’m sort of giving something back because they taught me how to dance. You know I was this little kid and I couldn’t dance that well, I’m a slow learner..I’m returning the favor. Also because it was a great way to meet girls. 5) – at least three suitable links to the subject, story or theme from other sources http://www.rbcares.org/team/ http://furnishgreen.com http://musicandmemory.org 6) – Tweet: So you didn’t think old folks can dance? You’re about to throw away some old furniture? Meet Nathan Hescock: https://vimeo.com/110339075 Facebook: During the first ten minutes of meeting Nathan Hescock, he didn’t realize that the wireless microphone I’d put on his shirt meant that I could hear everything he could say even when he was next door. “That guy with the camera is weird,” he whispered to his friend, while moving antique furniture. I was annoyed. But later, after seeing the volunteer work he did helping patients with dementia learn how to dance, he’d redeemed himself. Find out how here: https://vimeo.com/110339075 8) – Narratively, AARP.org

                    + More details
                    • Mercado de Pulgas de Buenos Aires


                      from Maxi Ruina / Added

                      62 Plays / / 0 Comments

                      Mercado de Pulgas de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires en Palermo.

                      + More details

                      What are Tags?


                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."