1. LET'S GET SPIRITUAL

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    THE ELY KIM FOUNDATION FOR MATERIAL HAPPINESS PRESENTS: :: LET'S GET SPIRITUAL :: A BIRTHDAY COSTUME DANCE PARTY :: FOR THE MIND. BODY. ELY. & SOUL :: APRIL, 24, 2015 A TRANSCENDENTAL COSTUMED EXPERIENCE :: COME DRESSED AS LIGHT :: FOR COSTUME INSPIRATION: http://letsgetspiritualely.tumblr.com GET ALIGNED. NAMASTE TUNED. SPECIAL THANKS: SHANE WILLIAMS, AND MELISSA LEVIN!

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    • Shooting Image Ltd - How we make your film (2015)

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      This video (updated for 2015) shows the typical process we go through when working with companies to produce a film. We always aim to use skill and experience to showcase your image, products and/or services in an interesting and highly watchable way. Based in the Cambridge UK area and interested in using video to promote your business? Then see: www.shootingimage.co.uk and get in touch to discuss how we can make it happen. Andy

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      • 3-11 - Juliet the Black Bear - Part 2 of 2 - March 11, 2014

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        ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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        • 3-11 - Juliet the Black Bear - Part 1 of 2 - March 11, 2014

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          ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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          • 3-10 - Juliet the Black Bear - Part 2 of 2 - March 10, 2014

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            ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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            • 3-10 - Juliet the Black Bear - Part 1 of 2 - March 10, 2014

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              ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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              • 3-09 - Juliet the Black Bear - Part 2 of 2 - March 09, 2014

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                ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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                • 3-08 - Juliet the Black Bear - Part 2 of 2 - March 08, 2014

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                  ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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                  • 3-08 - Juliet the Black Bear - Part 1 of 2 - March 08, 2014

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                    ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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                    • 3-07 - Juliet the Black Bear - March 07, 2014

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                      ~~~~~~~~~~~ Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it. Visit http://www.bearstudy.org/website/updates/daily-updates.html to read the nightly updates from the researchers. ~~~~~ At the Wildlife Research Institute, biologists Lynn Rogers, Ph.D. and Sue Mansfield, M.S., along with their team of researchers, have spent over 44 years studying black bears and sharing their information with the public. Their work has been recognized as one of the four major studies of large mammals in the world. Using trust rather than traps and tranquilizers, they have conducted the longest, most detailed study of black bear behavior and ecology ever done. A focus is on reducing bear-human conflict. They share information with the public through publications, lectures, field courses, the Internet (bear.org and bearstudy.org), TV documentaries, and the North American Bear Center. The Center is dedicated to advancing the long-term survival of bear populations by replacing misconceptions with facts. Many people say these nonprofit organizations have changed their lives by giving them a better understanding about black bears and making it possible for them to fully enjoy living and hiking in bear habitat. Visit http://www.bear.org and http://www.bearstudy.org to learn more about the research and the bears who are part of it.

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