1. Twelve Twelve in Nashville, TN


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    Twelve|Twelve, a high-rise condo tower consisting of 286 privately-owned residences, is located in the Gulch neighborhood of Nashville, TN. The 23-story highrise condo project was developed by Ray Hensler of Hensler Development Group in partnership with Stiles Corp. Hasting Architecture Associates handled the design and the tower was constructed by J.E. Dunn. All units in Twelve|Twelve are exclusively listed for sale by Zach Goodyear, Brian Stoltzfus, and Sydney McCann of Parks. For resident information, visit http://www.TwelveTwelve.com or call 615.307.1212. Listed by Parks 311 12th Ave. S. Nashville, TN 37203 615.522.5100.

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    • The Martini is a 3oz drink: THHG at The Prohibition Pig.


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      The Guys make their way back to Waterbury, VT to close a circle; the Prohibition Pig now takes full possession of the space once occupied by the Alchemist Pub and Brewery. Learn just how cool the new place is, and what got them there. Cheers!

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      • Heavenly


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        The House of Pain Crew flew to Reno, Nevada. Took the short drive down to South Lake Tahoe California. We stayed at Harvey's (Stateline, Nevada) and walked the 2 blocks to the Heavenly Gondola to take us up to Heavenly Mountain! Enjoy the footage... First experience with the GoPro.

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        • Maxwell Mojo Blues Band at Two Brothers Roundhouse 11-9-2013


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          We are Maxwell Mojo – a 5 piece blues fusion band that is a total full on SHOW from start to finish. The three (yes, three!) frontmen of the band all bring a different mix and their own take on the blues which provides the listeners with an almost virtual history of the blues from old delta slide guitar work to searing harmonica and guitar mastery. We are a tight band, we are an entertaining band, and we are a band that goes full throttle from start to finish. UPCOMING SHOWS - http://maxwellmojo.com/mojo/upcoming-events/ CONTACT US - http://maxwellmojo.com/mojo/contact-us/ ◦Tony “Mississippi Sax” Medina – Harmonica, Vocals, Congas/Percussion ◦Scott Evans – Guitar, Vocals, some keys, and pretty much anything that makes noise ◦Nick Normando – Guitar, Vocals – baddest slide guitar player around. ◦Ron “Spindaddy” Regnas – Bass, Vocals, and the happiest man alive. Honestly, we think he is. ◦Jim Jaltuch – Drums, percussion

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          • Snowwater Heli Skiing


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            When it comes to snow and terrain, we in the Selkirks have a rare home court advantage. Simply put, we supply the lightest, fluffiest, most consistent stimulant on earth - kootenay powder. Annual accumulations can amount to 7m (23 ft) at tree line with 9m (30 ft) at higher elevations, offering remarkably deep powder skiing. This reliable snowfall often begins in October, serving up early season turns in December and fresh powder well into April. Our temperatures are moderate throughout the season with an average winter daytime temperature at tree line of -7C (20F). Our terrain is exceptional. We operate in three separate ranges in the Selkirk Mountains: the Bonnigtons, the Nelson Range and the Valhallas. With over 150,000 acres at our disposal, we never ski tracks or repeat a line. Runs are often well over 3000 feet in length, presenting dramatic alpine ridges, colossal bowls and countless pillow fields to choose from. Guests can indulge in steep fall-line old growth descents, chutes flanked by towering granite spires, and perpetual meadows of unbroken powder. We have quick access to both tree skiing and open alpine terrain. Many of our classic heli ski runs are less than a five-minute flight from the lodge. With only four skiers per group, we are able to handpick terrain and access lines that are best suited to the group’s specific abilities and desires.

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            • How far would you go for your beer? The Alchemist Cannery.


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              How are would you go? For some, getting up before sunrise to head to work is an everyday thing; for The Happy Hour Guys, it most certainly is not. UNLESS - they're on their way to Vermont to visit one of their favorite Bev-Tour destinations in recent memory, The Alchemist Brewery in Waterbury. Certainly one would go a long, long way for a beer that some have rated as the best Strong IPA on the planet; but Mark, Jimmy and Scott found some even more compelling reasons to visit. Enjoy!

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              • Diagnosis, Management and Current Treatments of Plantar Fasciitis


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                Scott L. Evans, D.P.M., podiatrist, presents at the CME conference "Tucson Orthopaedic Update 2013" on September 6, 2013 in Tucson, Arizona.

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                • The Mountain School


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                  As part of Channel One News' series on alternative education environments, I traveled deep into the wooded mountains of Vermont to check out a unique farm school. The Mountain School is truly incredible in a variety of ways. I was the producer, shooter, writer and editor for this piece.

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                  • Big Sky Resort-Montana


                    from Bob Legasa-Freeride Media / Added

                    Big Sky Resort a 3,832-acre ski resort located in southwestern Montana was the first stop of our Montana State ski road trip and what a start it was! Our crew of Desiree Leipham, Scott Evans, Tommy Frey, Dan Herby and Bob Legasa hooked up with longtime friend Dan Egan and Big Sky local Kipp Proctor. This place is big with 4350 of vert and plenty of steeps and trees to keep the most die hard riders happy, If your just getting going in the sport Big Sky has plenty to offer with 40% of it's terrain for begineer and intermediate. Opened in late 1973, Big Sky has grown over the last 35 years. Trademarked as the "Biggest Skiing in America" through the Biggest Skiing in America Pass, skiers and riders have access to over 5,532 acres. Three-quarters of the vast terrain is Big Sky Resort, with the remaining trails at Moonlight Basin. The Biggest Skiing in America Pass combines the two resorts making Moonlight Basin accessible from the Lone Peak Summit and via the Challenger Lift. Produced by-Bob legasa/Freeride Media Music-Stephen Arnold "Artist Collection"- Skin Show

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                    • School Jam USA


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                      I worked as the in-field producer for this story. I shot all of the footage and edited the piece as well. This story was shot and edited for air (in the field) in less than a 24 hours. It aired on Channel One News.

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