1. 100: Head/Heart/Feet


    from Hammer & Saw Films Added 14.5K 68 5

    If you thought 26.2 miles was tough, lace up your running shoes for a journey into the world of ultra running… “100: Head/Heart/Feet” follows Ultrarunner Zak Wieluns as he attempts to run The Vermont 100 Endurance Race. The film focuses on Zak’s intensive training regiment and its impact on his relationships while exploring the reasons he was singularly dedicated to completing the Vermont 100 Endurance Race, one of the original 100 mile runs in the USA. Filmed on the race’s 25th anniversary, “100: Head/Heart/Feet” records the stories of handlers, pacers and crew members while exploring the friendships that motivate their preparation for this grueling race over Vermont’s paved streets, gravel back roads and wooded trails...in daylight and darkness... all within a 30 hour time limit. A well-trained few complete the race; many will never cross the finish line. http://www.hammerandsawfilms.com http://www.facebook.com/100.Head.Heart.Feet http://twitter.com/100HeadHeartFt

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    • Brewing Allagash Victor & Victoria


      from Allagash Brewing Added

      Victoria Ale was inspired by a visit to Victoria Mansion, in Portland, Maine and the visual references to Bacchus, the god of wine. The brewer's decided to fuse the worlds of beer and wine. Over two hundred pounds of Chardonnay (Vidal Blanc in 2010) grapes were brought in, crushed on site and added directly to the mash. Victoria Ale's aroma is fruity spice, and the taste presents subtle notes of green banana, black pepper, and fresh-crushed mint. With a focus on the subtle, wine-like character of the grapes, the 9.0% ABV brew boasts a pale copper color, Belgian yeast influence, and a medium body with a long candied fruit finish with hints of honeydew melon, and, of course, white wine grapes. The Victor Ale was inspired by its feminine-named predecessor, the Victoria Ale. With chardonnay grapes to make the Victoria Ale unique, our brewers decided to use red grapes for the Victor. Over one hundred pounds of cabernet franc grapes were crushed on site and added directly to the mash. In addition to a generous portion of Pilsner malt, Victor is hopped with Fuggles and Hallertau and fermented with a wine yeast strain. With a focus on the subtle wine-like character of the grapes, the 9.0% ABV brew maintains a copper color, wine yeast influence and a medium body with a tart and spicy finish. Allagash donates $1.00 from every bottle sold in our Tribute Series. Each beer benefits a different group, organization or fund. Drinking beer never felt so good.

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      • Bite Sized Sets: Lady Lamb The Beekeeper


        from All Our Noise Added 575 5 0

        We caught Lady Lamb The Beekeeper at the Black Cat, the last stop on her tour in support of debut album 'Ripley Pine,' released this past February on Ba Da Bing Records.

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        • "Family Portrait" by Dave Rowe


          from Troy R. Bennett Added 167 0 0

          Dave Rowe sings "Family Portrait" from his 2006 release "The Good Life." The song was inspired by an old family portrait in his father's house. Dave also tells us a little about his lawn tractor, which he got from his father, too. Buy the song or the album here: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/daverowe5

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          • Indiegogo Video 1 - June 18 2013


            from Daniel Crothers Added 11 0 0

            This is a video plea for donations to our Indiegogo fundraising campaign. We are headed to rural South Sudan in a month to teach wilderness first aid to villagers from remote locations. We are looking for your help! 100% of all donations will go to our operations. No one receives any sort of income. We are a 501(c)3 pending organization.

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            • Rock Solid Week 05(Father's Day): The Good Stuff


              from Curtis Lake Christian Church Added 38 0 0

              We all want to live a godly life. How do we do that? Does godliness and piety mean going to church once a week, tithing, reading our Bible, giving to the poor? What exactly do I have to do to be godly? Peter learned during his life that godliness does not come from religious piety. It is more than following rules. Godliness flows from what we put into our hearts. As a leader, Peter lived out what was in his heart: please God first. This week we learn how to supplement our faith with godliness.

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              • Waterboro Selectmen's Meeting -June 18, 2013


                from Town of Waterboro, Maine Added

                Weekly meeting of the Town of Waterboro Board of Selectmen recorded at Waterboro Town Hall on Tuesday, June 18, 2013.

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                • Amicis Cucina Business Profile


                  from Catharsis Media Added 199 0 0

                  Amicis Cucina located on Main Street in Waterville, Maine. A great dining experience with handcrafted food and a unique beer and wine selection.

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                  • Just a Fraction of the Cool Stuff That Happens Each Week at the Workshops


                    from Maine Media Workshops + College Added 119 0 0

                    Maine Media Workshops creates transformative learning opportunities. We’ve built a reputation spanning four decades for igniting creativity and a passion for the art and craft of visual storytelling. The magic of the workshops is in the experience. Nowhere else will you find the same mix of immersive learning, stunning landscapes, and welcoming creative community. From lake-side shooting to late-night collaboration under the stars and sunrise conversations over coffee, at Maine Media Workshops your time here will be intense, creative, and inspiring.

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