1. Boston Food Bloggers Privateer Rum Distillery Tour

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    On October 22, 2011, 15 members of Boston Food Bloggers (http://bostonfoodbloggers.com) and their guests set out for Ipswich, Massachusetts to tour the new Privateer rum distillery - and of course, to sample some rum! Privateer president Andrew Cabot is six generations removed from an 18th century molasses smuggler and rum distiller of the same name. In fact, the elder Cabot was one of the very first to manufacture rum in the United States. Special thanks to Kate of Kate Shamon PR for organizing the event. If you're a food blogger in the Boston area and would like to attend future events like these, join the Boston Food Bloggers community here: http://www.bostonfoodbloggers.com/p/add-yourself.html This video was shot on a Nikon D7000 and edited in iMovie. Music was recorded and added using Logic. Video: Rachel Leah Blumenthal Music: Joel Edinberg

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    • thisisheffield mates tri-awful-on

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      Privateer is running a feature on the http://thisisheffield.co.uk/ crew, so we went up to do one of their mates' races. Ride up a hill, then back down; run along a river; jump in said river. Luckily it was unseasonably warm! More coming up in Privateer 6. http://www.privateer.cc/

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      • The Auction

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        With only twenty known to exist, the Columbia and Washington Medal is the rarest of all American medals. It has been the touchtone of this series, bearing the names of many of the men profiled on Hit and Run History. In this series finale, the crew attends the sale of this national treasure in Philadelphia. In their signature "gumshoe historian" style, they head to the auction, interviewing experts and stumbling upon clues to their story along the way. Throughout this series finale, "Power Pop" legend Tommy Keene's Places That Are Gone moves the action ahead to a thrilling finish. This program is funded in part by Mass Humanities, which receives support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and is an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. © Thunderball Entertainment Group 2011. Hit and Run History™ and the Columbia Expedition™ are trademarks of Thunderball Entertainment Group.

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        • Play to a Draw from Privateer Lynx

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          From Tall Ships: The Privateer Lynx DOWNLOAD $12.99 | RENTAL $2.99 www.thesailingchannel.tv/tallships The Privateer Lynx heads off shore for a romp on the pacific and a sea trial with Mother Nature. "Tall Ships: The Privateer Lynx" (51-minutes, HD) is the extraordinary story of a tall ship and the exciting lives of the young men and women who sail her. Filmed in spectacular high definition, The Privateer Lynx transports you into the exciting seafaring world of days gone by while connecting directly with today’s youth, expanding their knowledge about the maritime history of our nation and the environmental perils facing our planet.

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          • The Blackbirder: Crowell Hatch

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            The subject: Captain Crowell Hatch, another investor in the Columbia Expedition. Hatch grew up in Marshfield, Mass. During the American Revolutionary War his family split apart when Crowell became a Patriot (Patriots are also known as Whigs) and his brother, Noah, sided with the British. Crowell Hatch had, like other men who commanded privateers during the Revolution, a background in another risky and profitable market: The slave trade. Crowell Hatch was one of the most notorious "Blackbirders." This episode of Hit and Run History takes on a more sinister tone as the crew heads to the South Coast of Massachusetts, following up on an interview from 2009 with James Lopes at the New Bedford Whaling Museum. Producer and host historian Andrew Giles Buckley's discussion centers on the brutality of Hatch's day. To better understand how people can become so deeply involved in the dehumanizing business of slavery, we only need look to the pre-war events of Hatch's hometown to see how differently Americans regarded their fellow man in the 18th century. Soundtrack: "Interaction" by Jenn Vix. This program is funded in part by Mass Humanities, which receives support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and is an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. © Thunderball Entertainment Group 2010. Hit and Run History™ and the Columbia Expedition™ are trademarks of Thunderball Entertainment Group.

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            • Tall Ships: The Privateer Lynx - Trailer

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              DOWNLOAD 51 MINUTE HD VIDEO: $12.99 www.thesailingchannel.tv/tallships YouTube Rental: $2.99 This is the extraordinary story of the tall ship Privateer Lynx and the exciting lives of the young men and women who sail her. Filmed in spectacular high definition, The Privateer Lynx transports you into the exciting seafaring world of days gone by while connecting directly with today's youth, expanding their knowledge about the maritime history of our nation and the environmental perils facing our planet. Original musical score by David James Nielsen available on iTunes.

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              • Chester Hike

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                Post season hike in the woods

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                • Steve's Board Wiggle

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                  Srod getting goofy!

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                  • Good Times- Bad Edit

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                    Shredoggin with Srod and Sean

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                    • SHRED HIKE

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                      A short hike outside Duluth

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