Colorado filmmaker David Quakenbush talks about and shows his films "String Theory," and "Aquaphobia." He also shares clips and talks about two of his other pieces "Automaton," and "Worm." Find more of David's work at wedrinkitblack.com.
This is a video to promote the #PPLDRocks Video Contest. The video features Amirah Counts, makeup by Cassi Piere-Lackey, and hairstyling by Marcus Smith from Eden Salon and Barbershop. Check out the contest rules below.
Grab your video camera or smartphone and make a video of one minute or less letting us know why PPLD Rocks! Upload your work to a video-sharing site such as YouTube or Vimeo and email your name and a link to your video to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than March 31. Also, help spread the word by tweeting a link to your video with the hashtag #PPLDRocks.
We will be awarding prizes to the top three videos! The creator of the top video will receive a GoPro video camera. Second prize is a Kindle Fire, and the third place winner will receive a black-and-white eReader. Top videos may also appear on PPLD TV (Comcast 17, Falcon Broadband 75).
PPLD employees and their immediate families are not eligible to win.
Heather makes two candy recipes, peanut brittle and popcorn balls from the 1905 book, The Candy Maker's Manual For the Household. by Cal O. Enos Learn about the author of the Candy Maker's Manual and the origin of these two treats, while she shows you how to make them.
Join us at the Old Colorado City History Center, 1 South 24th Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80904, for the release of a reprint edition on Sat., Nov. 30, between 2 and 4 p.m.