1. Sense of Place New Orleans - The Joint

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    The Joint has been in top 10 BBQ lists in publications from Bon Appétit to Zagat. In July 2008, it was featured in Guy Fieri’s Food Network program “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives.” In 2012, The Joint moved to its current location at 701 Mazant Street. Video produced by Bob Giardini

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    • Sense of Place New Orleans - The Columns Hotel

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      The Columns Hotel, New Orleans' favorite historic hotel, quaint bar setting in a historic plantation-style home in the Garden District. Video produced by Bob Giardini

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      • Sense of Place New Orleans - Satsuma Cafe

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        A favorite place to lurk in the Bywater. Good, strong cold-brewed iced coffee. Freshly juiced veggie and fruit juices. Yummy, yummy menu and plenty of whimsical eye candy Video produced by Bob Giardini.

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        • Sense of Place New Orleans - Royal Street buskers

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          Buskers on Royal Street in New Orleans. Video produced by Bob Giardini

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          • Maximum Twelve per Person (Screen 2)

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            Maximum Twelve per Person is a two-channel video installation and a series of photographic images titled They're Only Cup Cakes, the subject of which is the Magnolia Bakery and its renowned cup cakes. The video installation comprises two screens: one is projecting close-ups of hands taking cupcakes and the other details the people as they enter the bakery. In this video the cupcake is used as a metaphore for consumerism and is used to reflect the values of a society. This video was shown for the first time in the exhibition Genius Loci, Sense of Place It was a two person exhibition at Monster Truck Gallery with Artist Louise Ward.

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            • Lewiston and Auburn, Maine: a sense of place

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              The residents of Lewiston and Auburn Maine tell why they choose to live in these central Maine cities.

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              • Hills of Home

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                This video was arranged between Graham McCarthy as vocalist and song writer, and Ian Henderson as fine artist and image producer. Both live in South Australia and this video describes aspects of the beautiful Adelaide Hills that first prompted Graham's original recording.

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                • 2nd Family

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                  After her father lost his job and moved back to Scotland, Toni Greene, along with her mother Tracie needed a place to live. by Jerry Habraken

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                  • Portland - Music Millennium

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                    Specializing in mostly underground music, Music Millennium is the oldest record store in existence in the Pacific Northwest. In this interview David Dye gets the history of Portland pop music from Terry Currier who has been part of the scene since 1972. From Paul Revere and The Raiders, through grunge to the eclectic indie-rock scene today, Portland has always pushed boundaries when it comes to music.

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                    • Sense of Place Portland - Tucker Martine and David Dye of World Cafe

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                      An interview with producer Tucker Martine who moved to Portland from Seattle 5 years ago with his wife, singer songwriter Laura Veirs (http://www.npr.org/2012/01/10/144901398/laura-veirs-on-world-cafe). Tucker has made some very fine albums of late with The Decemberists and My Morning Jacket, and can often be found in his Flora studio. http://vimeo.com/38129390 Tucker, along with Colin Meloy of The Decemberists, also took us on a tour of his favorite Portland spots and you can see that in a longer video here: http://www.npr.org/series/142680413/world-cafes-sense-of-place

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