1. Robbing The Honey

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    It's that time of the year when the honey robbers show up to pillage the hives. It's a battle between man and insect for the sweet nectar of the Gods. Shot & Edited by Brynmore Williams TS3Cine Camera courtesy of Rule Boston Camera & Small Army. Music: Ride of the Valkyries Composer: Richard Wagner Performer: Elfdaughter Thanks to: Mike Graney Brian Malcolm Mike Pecci Boston Natural Area Network brynmore.com

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    • Sidewalk Memories Trailer

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      Edited by A Cut Above The Rest Productions We also do many types of Video, Photo and Editing. Please give us a call at (818) 675 - 6525 or visit us on the web at www.ACutAbove.Tv Please log on to www.SidewalkMemories.org During the twentieth century, the second largest Jewish population in the United States lived in the Dorchester, Roxbury, Mattapan area of Boston, now known more familiarly as the DRM. This area, as it was, no longer exists. Describing life in this urban Jewish community to children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, who now live in the suburbs and all over the country, is virtually impossible. It is hard for them to understand or visualize that the primary factor that held all these area residents together was -- each other. Through the use of video and Internet technology, it is now possible to not only show them this historic past, but also to preserve it for future generations. It has been said that such a neighborhood life, as existed during those times, could never come again. For these reasons "Sidewalk Memories" is a video history of the DRM area which will be bringing this story to life.

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      • The Blue Hill Ave Gang

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        Archival footage of The Budd Family and friends from Blue Hill Avenue in Dorchester, Mass in the 1940's. Shot in 16mm and scanned in HD 1080 to Pro Res. www.Pro8mm.com

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        • The Greening of Blue Hill Ave

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          The Greening of Blue Hill Ave is a new partnership between YouthBuild Boston and Nuestra Comunidad which aims to reverse the devastation caused in the low income and predominantly minority neighborhoods of Roxbury, Mattapan, and Dorchester by decades of discriminatory banking and insurance practices. Saint Eliot and Company is proud to be a partner of these organizations and to assist in their fight to educate, support and empower the people of Boston. Produced and Directed by Matt Paley, Sasha Winters, and Christian Kiley. Shot by Brian Barth and Jeff Kulig.

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          • v2469 - TYP Mass - The Young Professionals

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            v2469 - TYP Mass - The Young Professionals of St Angela's Mattapan. Fourth Sunday In Ordinary Time January 29, 2012 . http://www.StAngelaParish.org DSCN2469SAPTYP

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            • Food Truck for a Food Desert

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              Cassandria Campbell and Jackson Renshaw are opening a new food truck for Boston, but they won't be parking it downtown. Fresh Food Generation will park in neighborhoods that haven't yet enjoyed the rotating cuisine food trucks provide. Campbell, who is from Boston and graduated from the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning, has lived in Roxbury, Dorchester, and Mattapan. She and Renshaw would like to bring their menu – Mediterranean Kofta, Jamaican Jerk Barbecue Pork, and Roxbury Russet Chutney included – to those neighborhoods. They are only short one ingredient: a truck. On Sunday they launched their kickstarter campaign (http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1095262096/fresh-food-generation-farm-to-plate-food-truck-on). Fresh Food Generation will employ young people from the neighborhoods in which they park. Both Jackson and Renshaw found their first jobs as teenagers at the Boston Food Project. Now they'll be offering the same to the next generation. Though Fresh Food Generation is a bit different from the rest of the burgeoning Boston food truck scene, it's still one of the pack. "The food trucks in Boston are so awesome. When they hear we're starting a food truck, they say, "Cool! Let us know how we can help you." Renshaw found a job on the locally famous Bon Me truck, where he's learned how to manage both the physical truck and the team of workers inside. Bon Me has been eager to help him learn the business. "We've been really committed to networking with local groups so that we can form strong partnerships," said Campbell. Whether you've got a menu suggestion or a partnership proposal, Fresh Food Generation is happy to hear from you.

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              • New Program Aids Economic Opportunities

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                A collaboration by the city and foundations, led by the Boston Local Initiative Support Corporation (LISC), will try to expand economic development in three communities along the Fairmount commuter rail line--in Mattapan, Dorchester, and Roxbury. Report on announcement of the initiative, "Resilient Communities, Resilient Families," followed by interview with the executive director of the Boston LISC, Bob Van Meter, and the executive director of the Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation, Gail Latimore. Aired on BNN News February 15, 2011.

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                • Community Center in Mattapan Revived by New Partnership

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                  After having been closed for two years, the Mattahunt Community Center in Mattapan reopened last month, thanks to a partnership between the city and the new operator, Wheelock College. Report for BNN News by Lacey Severins. Aired November 22, 2011. The original posting had incorrect information about hours and fees. The community center is open Monday-Friday, 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Annual membership fees: ages 6-12, $5; ages 13-17, $10; ages 18 and over, $15; family (maximum 4 cards), $25.

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                  • "Dont Lose" - Gabriel aka Shazzo

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                    First video off the new camera. Another Beantown anthem. Shazzo said lets just start shootin and we did and I just pieced it together and here it is.

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                    • Experts Talk Strategy on Violence Prevention

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                      Experts on youth violence prevention--from Boston's young people to leaders of community agencies, Mayor Menino, and private funders--gather for the third annual symposium hosted by the State Street Foundation. The Youth Violence Prevention Funder Learning Collaborative is trying to increase funding and better coordinate programs in neighborhoods most affected by violence, in parts of Dorchester, Mattapan and Roxbury. Report for BNN News. Aired December 7, 2011.

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