From the seed of Harry Glickman's idea to start his own professional basketball team in Portland, through the years of struggle, improbable success, fall from grace and recovery, this comprehensive history of the Portland Trailblazers examines the unique bond between a city and its only professional sports team. Featuring unprecedented access to management and players on and off the court.
House by the Side of the Road is a film based on the writings of Mrs. L.A. Abbott and her experience living on her families farm in Morrison Illinois. The film discusses the Abbott family from its origin in 1847, the move of settlers west, the Underground Railroad, and the changes that would evolve on the farm as a microcosm of developments in agriculture throughout the country. The film is by Dan Schaefer with sound design by Chris Barber and music by Thomas Barber.