1. Live @ Riverside - Interview with Finlay Summers Part 3

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    http://riversidegospel.org For more videos, discussion and podcast, please visit the Riverside website.

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    • Live @ Riverside - Interview With Finlay Summers Part 5

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      riversidegospel.org For more videos, discussion and podcast, please visit the Riverside website.

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      • Liz Isenberg Wanderer Session (pt 2)

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        Liz performs "Muscle Memory" and "Holding Tomatoes" (praying mantis style) in East Providence, RI. Filmed in Summer 2010. ----------------------------- "Damn, now that was a muscle memory." - Liz, on recalling "I Miss The Way You Draw Birds" Okay. It's taken me an insane amount of time to think of what to write for this session, for many reasons. 1- I've loved Liz's music for so long but don't want to come off as a crazy overly-obsessed fan. 2- I don't want to come off as not caring enough about Liz or this session by breezing past the writing just to have it done with. (Seems ridiculous to consider now that I write it out, but could be a possibility.) 3- I don't want to let go of this session. It took me months to edit it when it should've taken me days. We shot this session in August of 2010. It is almost three months into the next year. What kind of psycho overly-obsessed fan…? Hmm…okay, we've already gone down this road. But you get my point. I had lived in Providence a couple of Summers ago and ran along these waters so many times, oftentimes (ironically) while listening to Liz. I knew it'd be a perfect spot for filming. This session meant so much because Liz's music means so much to me. Luckily, Liz is the biggest sweetheart ever. She's happy, smiling and a true pleasure to be around. Then she plays her guitar, and opens her mouth and her voice is absolutely beautiful. Listening to Liz is a lot like reading a diary of a close friend. She's comfortable with sharing her thoughts in ways that make me feel completely comforted. I'd venture to say I know a lot about her through her music, a feeling you can get immediately from listening to her music, and a feeling many of her fans and I share. So, I hope you like water because it's makes a lot of noise. How much do you love the water lapping in the background?! There are a few other artists I've listened to for as long as her but Liz is "real", or at least "more real" than any artist I'd never have the chance to meet, talk to and laugh with. Many years ago in high school I was listening to Liz in my room when a friend called to let me know that a classmate of ours had passed away in a car accident. I remember the moment so clearly, and how it was so painfully framed around every sensory experience. Liz was a part of it. "Country Song" and "I Miss the Way You Draw Birds" were the songs from that night- two songs which were inevitably stuck in my head for weeks following that instrumental moment (haha, pun), and I found myself playing them on the guitar without any knowledge of the chords in a matter of days. There was a benefit for my classmate, which my two friends and I performed Liz's songs for. From learning her songs, to contacting her with questions about her lyrics, to listening faithfully for years, to finally seeing her at a show in PA and a couple since, Liz has been a major part of my auditory experiences in the past 5 yeas. And I wanted to share her music here. I asked if Liz could play "I Miss the Way You Draw Birds" because it f-ing rocks. Liz obliges, and I discovered that we play the song in slightly different ways- I play a few frets down on the guitar, her a few up. This was small, but interesting highlight moment for yours truly. You can read about Liz and her musical past in articles throughout the internet. What I'm here to say is: IF THIS WOMAN IS NOT FAMOUS IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS I HAVE NO FAITH IN THE MUSIC BUSINESS, PERIOD. She's a highly talented and learned musician, and very accomplished. Mastering banjo and guitar, recording two albums, having worked with Deer Tick, Vio/Mire and many other amazing artists, going on various tours, creating Trip Dicks (a hilarious and awesome current project you should go look up immediately) and so on, she is beyond deserving of mass attention. (If that's what she wants.) The whole praying mantis/flamingo/one legged performance thing was a hilarious bit because Liz rocks and was happy to do something else for funny camera angles etc. You saw, it worked right? I've been following Liz's music for a long time and I won't be stopping anytime soon. Trip Dicks is Liz's big side project right now, which you can find. Not sure what the name's about..my friends and I have pondered it a bit- is it a play on diptychs and triptychs or possibly, the first definition from urban dictionary when you google it? Who knows. Go check her out!!!!! www.lizisenberg.com www.myspace.com/lizisneberg www.twitter.com/lizisenberg www.tripdicks.com and to view more work from me: www.skylapojednic.com

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        • Liz Isenberg Wanderer Session (pt 1)

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          Liz performs "Lay Down" and "I Miss The Way You Draw Birds" at Riverside in East Providence. Filmed in Summer 2010. ------------------------ Quote from Liz: "Damn, now that was a muscle memory." - on recalling "I Miss The Way You Draw Birds" ///////////////////////// Okay. It's taken me an insane amount of time to think of what to write for this session, for many reasons. 1- I've loved Liz's music for so long but don't want to come off as a crazy overly-obsessed fan. 2- I don't want to come off as not caring enough about Liz or this session by breezing past the writing just to have it done with. (Seems ridiculous to consider now that I write it out, but could be a possibility.) 3- I don't want to let go of this session. It took me months to edit it when it should've taken me days. We shot this session in August of 2010. It is almost three months into the next year. What kind of psycho overly-obsessed fan…? Hmm…okay, we've already gone down this road. But you get my point. I had lived in Providence a couple of Summers ago and ran along these waters so many times, oftentimes (ironically) while listening to Liz. I knew it'd be a perfect spot for filming. This session meant so much because Liz's music means so much to me. Luckily, Liz is the biggest sweetheart ever. She's happy, smiling and a true pleasure to be around. Then she plays her guitar, and opens her mouth and her voice is absolutely beautiful. Listening to Liz is a lot like reading a diary of a close friend. She's comfortable with sharing her thoughts in ways that make me feel completely comforted. I'd venture to say I know a lot about her through her music, a feeling you can get immediately from listening to her music, and a feeling many of her fans and I share. So, I hope you like water because it's makes a lot of noise. How much do you love the water lapping in the background?! There are a few other artists I've listened to for as long as her but Liz is "real", or at least "more real" than any artist I'd never have the chance to meet, talk to and laugh with. Many years ago in high school I was listening to Liz in my room when a friend called to let me know that a classmate of ours had passed away in a car accident. I remember the moment so clearly, and how it was so painfully framed around every sensory experience. Liz was a part of it. "Country Song" and "I Miss the Way You Draw Birds" were the songs from that night- two songs which were inevitably stuck in my head for weeks following that instrumental moment (haha, pun), and I found myself playing them on the guitar without any knowledge of the chords in a matter of days. There was a benefit for my classmate, which my two friends and I performed Liz's songs for. From learning her songs, to contacting her with questions about her lyrics, to listening faithfully for years, to finally seeing her at a show in PA and a couple since, Liz has been a major part of my auditory experiences in the past 5 yeas. And I wanted to share her music here. I asked if Liz could play "I Miss the Way You Draw Birds" because it f-ing rocks. Liz obliges, and I discovered that we play the song in slightly different ways- I play a few frets down on the guitar, her a few up. This was small, but interesting highlight moment for yours truly. You can read about Liz and her musical past in articles throughout the internet. What I'm here to say is: IF THIS WOMAN IS NOT FAMOUS IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS I HAVE NO FAITH IN THE MUSIC BUSINESS, PERIOD. She's a highly talented and learned musician, and very accomplished. Mastering banjo and guitar, recording two albums, having worked with Deer Tick, Vio/Mire and many other amazing artists, going on various tours, creating Trip Dicks (a hilarious and awesome current project you should go look up immediately) and so on, she is beyond deserving of mass attention. (If that's what she wants.) The whole praying mantis/flamingo/one legged performance thing was a hilarious bit because Liz rocks and was happy to do something else for funny camera angles etc. You saw, it worked right? I've been following Liz's music for a long time and I won't be stopping anytime soon. Trip Dicks is Liz's big side project right now, which you can find. Not sure what the name's about..my friends and I have pondered it a bit- is it a play on diptychs and triptychs or possibly, the first definition from urban dictionary when you google it? Who knows. Go check her out!!!!! www.lizisenberg.com www.myspace.com/lizisneberg www.twitter.com/lizisenberg www.tripdicks.com and to view more work from me: www.skylapojednic.com

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          • 315 Longcommon - A Retreat In Riverside

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            AN AMAZING HISTORIC HOME IN RIVERSIDE FOR SALE BY OWNER. BUYER AGENTS WELCOME. BY APPOINTMENT: 708-205-8106. www.RetreatInRiverside.com 315 Longcommon Road, Riverside, IL, 60546. Approximately 11 miles to Chicago loop, 2.5 miles to Route 290, 3.5 miles to Route I-55, an 11-minute walk to both the Harlem Avenue and Riverside Metra stops, and 20-minute train ride to Union Station. The house faces a large scenic park, yet is within one mile of the charming downtown Riverside central business district, within 1.6 miles of major supermarkets, gas stations, restaurants, and The Brookfield Zoo, and just 2.8 miles from Loyola University Hospital. DESCRIPTION This is what Frederick Law Olmsted envisioned when he designed Riverside. Completely remodeled three-story, 3,368-square-foot wood and stucco oasis on double-parcel .42-acre lot just 11 miles from downtown Chicago makes each evening and weekend a vacation from the city. Private with lots of room for family or company. The perfect blend of vintage and modern. The house has great flow inside and out, with five bedrooms including an enormous master suite featuring adjacent sitting room, three full bathrooms including master bath with two-person whirlpool tub and free-standing tiled shower, two half-baths, inviting kitchen with stainless steel appliances and island, large wrap-around wooden deck, large sun deck on second floor, finished basement, refinished birch hardwood floors throughout, custom cabinets, closets, and bookshelves, mature landscaping, and underground automated sprinkler system. The pool in the survey drawing has been removed and replaced with a stone patio, backyard, and perennial garden. Built in 1912 for A.F. Ames, the first Superintendent of Schools in Riverside. Riverside was the first planned suburban community in the United States. It features more than 50 homes and buildings on the National Historic Register, winding roads, parks, and a charming downtown. PRICE $838,000 SPECIAL FEATURES Large 21' x 9' foyer opens up to completely restored home and French doors leading to large wraparound deck. Spacious 23' x 14' living room with large bay windows and fireplace. New and refinished birch and oak hardwood floors and staircases throughout. Inviting eat-in kitchen with six-burner stovetop island and stainless steel hood, concrete countertops, custom-built maple cabinets, stainless steel Miehl and Sub Zero appliances, and dark 4" oak hardwood floors. Opens to family room, dining room, and wraparound deck. Lovely yard with mature landscaping, perennial gardens, stone patios, stone walkways, and 12-zone automatic sprinkler system. Enormous master bedroom suite with 23' x 14' bedroom featuring Amish custom-built cabinets, large new windows on east and west sides, and wood and glass pocket French doors. French doors open to south-facing 13' x 12' sitting room featuring Amish custom-built cabinets and custom-built bench seating with hidden storage. Spa-like master bathroom suite with two-person Kohler whirlpool bath featuring Hansgrohe fixtures and eight adjustable jets, free-standing stone-tiled shower featuring glass door, soapstone seat, and Hansgrohe fixtures, including separate wall and hand-held shower heads, antique Kohler toilet plus antique sink featuring Hansgrohe fixtures, custom tile and woodwork throughout, and pocket doors. New bathrooms on all four levels, including finished basement. Newly finished 3rd floor with two bedrooms featuring sunlights. Newly finished basement with new carpeting, custom-built closets and storage, laundry room, and full shower bathroom. Enormous 20' x 10' sun deck accessible through sliding glass doors directly off 2nd bedroom. Custom-built window blinds throughout house. Completely new mechanicals. Beautiful views from every window. Three-car garage. Lot size 100' x 226'.

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            • Long Family Slideshow

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              Long Family Slideshow

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              • Los Amigos

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                Profile of customers at local eatery LOS AMIGOS Restaurant on eve of their closing to make room for new development. Directed by Fanny Plascencia and produced by Reggie Woolery

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                • Lost and Found (Final)

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                  Camera Test Cinematography By Andrew J. Ceperley Camera: Sony F5 Lenses: Zeiss Super Speed Lenses 18mm / 25mm / 35mm / 50mm / 85mm - Classic Soft Filters Final Output: 2048x858 Prores4444 23.98 Graded with VisionColor's M31 LUT.

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                  • Louie & Jessica Wedding Trailer

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                    • Love Temecula

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                      Some stock footage from the Temecula area.

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