1. Stateside Footy - Episode 11-06: Boston Demons Metro Footy - Watertown River Rats vs Jamaica Plain Buffaloes


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    Stateside Footy presents the first game of the 2011 Boston Demons Metro Competition, played on June 18, 2011 in Cambridge, MA. This episode features a "Metro-style" modified Australian Rules Football match between the Watertown River Rats and the Jamaica Plain Buffaloes. Stateside Footy is a cable access TV show produced at WCTV - Wilmington Community Television in Wilmington, MA. It features Aussie Rules Football as it is played in the U.S.A.

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    • JP Green House walk-through


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      Walk through of JP Green House, by Ken Ward, co-founder, and Simon Hare & Declan Keefe of Placetailor, showing materials, design and construction techiques being used, aiming to meet passivhaus standards and meet negative, net carbon impact objective.

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      • "Herban|Urban Honey Flow" presentation by Leland Street Community Gardeners


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        Maria Molteni and Colette Aliman, collaborators on the project Festooning the Inflatable Beehive, invited members of the Leland Street Community Garden to present at their event Apisocial Saturdays. This afternoon of lectures and conversation was part of the "Alternative Visions/Sustainable Futures" programming for Boston University 808 Gallery's exhibition "Systems ECOnomies" curated by Lynne Cooney and Dana Clancy. Herban|Urban Honey Flow // Leland Street Community Garden The lineage of Boston beekeepers at the Leland Street Community Garden in Jamaica Plain spans 15 years. The latest apiarist duo to share hive space are Sadie Richards and Addy Smith-Reiman. Their approach to keeping bees in an urban communal community garden is focused on educating the local community about urban beekeeping in a public place. Along with one of the garden founders, Kathleen Robinson, they'll share their tales of urban apiculture, communal gardening and the traditions established by the forethought to establish and encourage the keeping of bees in the garden.

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        • Open Message to Boston Mayor Tom Menino


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          Open Message to Boston Mayor Tom Menino Message to Mayor Tom Menino from Community Activist, Blackstonian Publisher/Editor Jamarhl Crawford 10/28/10

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          • Cantina Bostonia - To Your Health!


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            While wine has long been recognized for its health benefits, many individuals have avoided the beverage due to winemakers use of sulfites as a preserving additive. Sulfites protect wine from oxidization and spoilage allowing wine to age and grow in complexity. Sulfites do however cause serious allergy problems for some people and in our ever growing health conscious society, many are weary preservatives added to anything that they consume... Enter Cantina Bostonia. Founded in 2004 by winemaker Rudolfo Canale, Cantina Bostonia is one of the few wineries anywhere that produces its wine without adding sulfites. Canale had worked at his craft for years before opening his winery as the high degree of difficulty in producing quality wine without adding sulfites makes it a unwieldy challenge. Judging by the success of Cantina Bostonia today, Canale has done very well to achieve a healthy and high quality wine that is also surprisingly affordable. We visited Cantina Bostonia at its home in Jamaica Plain and spoke at length with Canale about his background (an Italian winemaker who shunned wine for 15 years?), how he purchases and selects his grapes, and of course his wine itself which we sampled in various stages from barrel to glass. And if you feel inclined before or after viewing the segment, head down to Cantina Bostonia (30A Germania Street, Jamaica Plain, MA) where you can buy a bottle of wine directly from Canale, a wonderful man who considers his customers as friends. Cheers!

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            • Jamaica Plain Porchfest: Songs in the Key of JP


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              JP Porchfest is a music and arts festival held on porches throughout Jamaica Plain. JP Porchfest 2015 will be held on July 11, 2015 from 12-6PM. WEBSITE: www.jpporchfest.org FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JamaicaPlainPorchfest?ref=br_tf EMAIL: marie@jpporchfest.org or mindy@jpporchfest.org

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              • ART@NIGHT


                from John Ruggieri Added 243 4 0

                How do you make music with plastic bottles, a toothbrush, a deck of cards and a kitchen scrub cloth? Or how do you make a photograph of your friends using a flashlight and a five-minute exposure time? This is not a document about your average art program for kids. Rather, ART@NIGHT the documentary takes its name from one of America's most innovative contemporary art programs. And using a combination of live-action footage and fun photo-animation techniques, what emerges is a high-energy, ground-level look at the experiences of elementary school kids in the process of exploring and discovering new ways to perceive and re-create their world. This project borrows from the so-called secular world of urban graphic communication to project a message of beauty and universality. The video and lighting projections can be seen as creating a contingent order out of the density of images and messages that the dogmas of technology and marketing offer. The projection of the ART@NIGHT logo and colored lighting on the facade of the church mixed graphic "branding" of the project and events with what is thought of as a marketing-free zone: sacred space. The goals of the lighting of the church is twofold: to promote the live events happening inside and to create a public illumination of the church architecture for all to see outside. Director & editor: John Scott. Animation & photography: Mary Kocol. Music composer: Ken Ueno. Executive producer: John Ruggieri. Quicktime video courtesy Peter Bullis, video editor, Brickyard VFX. Lighting equipment courtesy High Output. The public art project ART@NIGHT, and accompanying documentary video, are supported by a $30,000 grant from the Fund for the Arts, a restricted fund of the New England Foundation for the Arts.

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                • Bikes Not Bombs


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                  A promotional film I made for Bikes Not Bombs, a Boston, MA based non-profit organization dedicated to using the bicycle as a vehicle to create social change. Each year, Bikes Not Bombs takes in 6,000 donated bicycles, and re-uses them in local and global programs that provide skill development, jobs, and sustainable transportation. Bikes Not Bombs was founded 28 years ago, and since then, have shipped near 50,000 bicycles to projects in 14 countries, and over 3,000 teenagers have graduated from their bike mechanics and cycling programs in the Greater Boston area. To find out more about their work, how to donate a bike, become a volunteer, or make a financial contribution, visit www.bikesnotbombs.org. Shot with a Canon T3i

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