1. Dobra Tea : Tea Travels to China 2010

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    Follow Dobra Tea on their journey to China to explore the fresh tea gardens in the Spring of 2010. See harvesting and pan frying of Long Jing "Dragonwell" green tea, Qi Hong Mao Feng black tea, and Anxi Ti Kuan Yen Oolong. Scenes from the Anxi Ti Kuan Yen Tea Market. Visit Dobra Tearooms in the United States Grand Opening of Dobra Tea in Asheville, NC on 11/21/2010. 78 N. Lexington Avenue : Asheville, NC 28801 Dobra Tearoom in Burlington, VT 80 Church Street, Burlington, VT 05401 Dobra Tearoom in Madison, WI 449 State Street, Madison, WI 53703 For more info or to purchase fresh loose leaf tea visit: www.dobratea.com Dobra Tea Ashville: www.dobrateanc.com DRINK GOOD TEA!

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    • Aston Hill: Surface To Air - Teaser

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      Find us at: facebook.com/geebeebeemedia A teaser for our upcoming film for Aston Hill Bike Park's new 'Surface To Air' freeride trail. Get the full story here: t.co/a3bfQMhI Gear: Sony FS700, Metabones NEX II, SmallHD DP4, LanParte Cine Rig Edit: Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 VFX: Adobe After Effects CS6 Grade: Magic Bullet Music: Kiara by Bonobo

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      • President Obama visits Madison, WI - Madison Community View - October 4th 2012

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        A series of interviews were conducted in anticipation of the October 4th 2012 visit to Madison of President Obama. They have been interlaced with major highlights from President Obama's speech on Bascom Hill at the UW - Madison. This visit followed on the day after the first Presidential debate.

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        • Ben Pickett '10-'11 Part

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          • Lucky Boy - A Student's Search For His Birthmother (2007)

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            alexgaylon.com Alex Gaylon, an adopted student at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, looks for his birth-mother and films the process for his documentary film class. He gets advice from his parents, his film crew, a fellow adoptee, and finds his birth-mother's information on Google.com. Finally, he attempts to contact his birth mother through the telephone, and what he finds on the other end of the phone line is much more than he ever could have expected. Best Director Award at Drushti Film Festival in Hyderabad, India in 2010 Audience Favorite Documentary Award at National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY), 2009 Jury Award at Earth Spirt Love Film Festival, 2008 Third Place Audience Choice Award at Earth Spirit Love Film Festival, 2008

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            • The Mantovani Album #5 In Beautiful HD Photography!!!

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              More Music Videos: ILoveProfHowdy.Com "I'll Be Seeing You" is a popular song, with music by Sammy Fain and lyrics by Irving Kahal. Published in 1938, the song was inserted into the Broadway musical Right This Way, which closed after fifteen performances. The musical theme has emotional power, and was much loved during World War II. It became an anthem for those serving overseas (both British and American soldiers) . The lyrics begin, in Ambrose's recorded version, with a preamble: Cathedral bells were tolling and our hearts sang on; Was it the spell of Paris or the April dawn? Who knows if we shall meet again? But when the morning chimes ring sweet again... I'll be seeing you in all the old familiar places [etc.] As the song develops, the words take a jaunty commonplace of casual farewell and transform it by degrees, to climax with ...and when the night is new, I'll be looking at the moon, But I'll be seeing you. The resemblance between the main tune's first four lines and a passage within the theme of the last movement of Gustav Mahler's Third Symphony (1896) was pointed out by Deryck Cooke in 1970. Featured throughout the 1944 movie also titled I'll be Seeing You, starring Ginger Rogers and Joseph Cotten, the recording by Bing Crosby became a hit that year, being number one for the week of July 8. In 1956, Jackie Gleason's character, Ralph Kramden, referenced the song on a episode of The Honeymooners in which Kramden experienced an early exit on the game show, The $99,000 Answer, and refused to leave the stage. Later, the song became notably associated with Liberace, as the theme music to his television show of the 1950s. The song was heard on an episode of the 1960s spy spoof Get Smart, when the main character had a high-tech trumpet that could play any tune, just by speaking the title into the mouthpiece. It has also been played in the 1989 Woody Allen film Crimes and Misdemeanors; in the end credits of the 1990 film Misery; in the 1992 movie Shining Through; in the closing episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine'; in the 2004 film The Aviator, and in the 2004 film The Notebook as the song for Noah and Allie. It was also played in the closing credits for the final episode of Beavis and Butthead. During the 2009 Academy Awards presentation, Queen Latifah sang the song during the 'In Memoriam' tribute to members of the motion picture industry who had died during the previous year, which was controversial because the In Memoriam tribute was previously traditionally unaccompanied. - Wikipedia Covers: The song has been covered by well known artists. Frank Sinatra recorded multiple versions of the song, including one version that was more upbeat and "swinging" than later slower versions of the song. Rosemary Clooney recorded it in the early 90's in her homage to the "War Years" on an album entitled "For the Duration". Ray Conniff recorded it in 1959 with his orchestra and singers in a very upbeat and swinging version on his album "Young At Heart". Cass Elliott released the song on her live album Don't Call Me Mama Anymore. Fun Lovin' Criminals covered the song on their album Mimosa. Johnny Tillotson recorded this song in the 1960s with a big band orchestra and re-released it in 2003 on his Johnny Tillotson Sings Love Songs and Standards CD. David Slater recorded it on his album Nice And Easy. Sarah Vaughan, on her 1960 album Dreamy and her 1963 live album Sassy Swings the Tivoli. Billie Holiday sang a rendition of the song. Linda Ronstadt on her "Hummin' To Myself" CD 2004 James Booker played a piano version of the song on his album Junco Partner. Liza Minnelli, on her 2002 live album Liza's Back Rod Stewart, on his 2002 album It Had to Be You: The Great American Songbook Jimmy Durante, a trademark song from his 60's TV show was used in the motion picture The Notebook. Queen Latifah sang the song during the 'In Memoriam' tribute during the 81st Academy Awards. Brenda Lee on her 1962 album Sincerely, Brenda Lee. Jo Stafford recorded this song on her 1958 album G.I. Jo - Songs of World War II with arrangements by Paul Weston (her husband) as the band leader. Iggy Pop and Francoise Hardy recorded this song for Jazz a Saint-Germain. The Ink Spots recorded a fairly unknown version at some point in their line up. Michael Bublé recorded it on his EP First Dance. Anne Murray recorded a version for her Greatest Hits compilation, All of Me. The Blanks recorded an a cappella version on their debut album Riding the Wave. Andrea Corr recorded it as the opening track of her album Lifelines. Neil Sedaka recorded it in 1964, but it was not released until 2005, when it was issued on his "Love Songs" album.

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              • The Calamity Cubes live at The Wisco

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                Awesome show last night at the Wisco Madison. The Calamity Cubes and everyone else killed it so hard. Joey Henry Kody oh, and Brook Blanche such rad people, go buy their albums and see them live if you get the chance they are radical. Filmed and edited by Blake Housenga.

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                • Madison en Zoë op de ski's door het bos

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                  • Baby Naella-Keaton

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                    video and music by Jack Whaley | www.jackwhaleymedia.com (Fundraiser for IVF & Gestational Surrogacy) We are Mariah & George (& Havvah, Haven & Lucah ...and Kingston & Camp the Pigeon!). Two artists in love, hoping to start a family with the help of IVF and gestational surrogacy. In choosing to open up to the world about our story, we plan to share videos here through our BNK♥VLOG and updates on our website blog (www.babynaellakeaton.com) along the way for all who are interested to follow. We thank you for the love, compassion & contributions. Here's a big cyber hug from us to you! Learn more about us and our story at: www.babynaellakeaton.com

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                    • Madison College Online Orientation Module 2

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                      Filmed to create on online orientation experience for new students enrolling at Madison College in Madison WI. Shot with a canon 60, and most audio recorded with a zoom h2 *note its best to use the zooms as dedicated lavalier recorders and just have multiple ones available. Running a line to the camera just doesn't work as well. Special Thanks to Evalyn Vyle of Meat Market Clothing for teleprompter support. Loveless Industries 2012

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