What NASA can teach us about education reform | Matt Candler

What NASA can teach us about education reform | Matt Candler

One way to think about the state of school today in the U.S. is to ask the question, what did school look like a hundred years ago? And lets say we found someone and brought them in a time machine forward from a 100-120 years ago and started to show them what our world looked […]

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How this top producer turns his laptop into a studio

How this top producer turns his laptop into a studio

(energetic hip hop music) (man beatboxing) – He took a voice note of him just doing a drum pattern and now the drum pattern is here. – [Man] There it is. (loud thudding kick drums) – Listen to that. Now we’ve already got the beginning of a song. – I think having a mobile set […]

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Cameron Barnett – Emerging Artist

Cameron Barnett – Emerging Artist

To the Octopus I got cold-cocked in the mouth once by a kid blacker than me for Talking white to him outside the cafeteria, lost four teeth to the tiled hallway, painted a stripe of red down my shirt. I’d speak of the pain, but I’m telling you a story you already know. I have […]

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Ellen Puts Rare Show Items Up for Sale

Ellen Puts Rare Show Items Up for Sale

I know, once again, you’re out of breath. So luckily, there’s something I have to talk about. I’m a big fan of art. I love art. I love Picasso. I love Basquiat. I like the Marmaduke cartoons. But I saw a story about a piece of art that sold for $120,000. Did you see this […]

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Interview with Daníel Bjarnason, composer & conductor of BROTHERS – Icelandic Opera

Interview with Daníel Bjarnason, composer & conductor of BROTHERS – Icelandic Opera

It was the opera house in Aarhus, or rather the opera director there, who at that time was Annelise Miskimmon, who came to me with the idea of making an opera based on a film by the fantastic Danish director Susanne Bier, called Brothers. I said yes, because I think I understood immediately when I […]

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ALL Golden Buzzer by Ant and Dec on Britain’s Got Talent

ALL Golden Buzzer by Ant and Dec on Britain’s Got Talent

What’s your name my name is Jasmine Alcott, Jasmine how old you after turnt 14 two days ago Who have you brought with you and I’ve got my dad with me here today, and my mom brilliant well This is two minutes that could really change everything so good not very much That you even […]

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Mayor’s Awards for Excellence in Arts and Culture Imagine 2020 Award Winner – Mark Sink

Mayor’s Awards for Excellence in Arts and Culture Imagine 2020 Award Winner – Mark Sink

Mark is integral to the Denver photographic arts, and I’d say integral to the Colorado photographic art scene. – Mark’s from Denver originally, so I just feel like he’s so immersed in this community. Whether a photographer is new, early in their career, or more established, he has this amazing way of mentoring and supporting […]

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The Power of belief — mindset and success | Eduardo Briceno | TEDxManhattanBeach

The Power of belief — mindset and success | Eduardo Briceno | TEDxManhattanBeach

Translator: asma youssef Reviewer: Denise RQ What do you think is the key to achieve our goals, our success? Some people suggest things like hard work, focus, persistence. But research shows these are all by-products of something else, something much more powerful that we can all develop. It is this very special something that is […]

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Race and education reform — Full interview with Shaun Harper | VIEWPOINT

Race and education reform — Full interview with Shaun Harper | VIEWPOINT

Shaun: My mission is learning and racial justice. And, you know, like yelling at people and attempting to embarrass them and all that stuff is just not…is not going to help me achieve what it is that I’m going for. Rick: Hey, I’m Rick Hess, Director of Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute. […]

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Brandi Carlile on Female Artists Abandoning Competitiveness & Standing Together | Women in Music

Brandi Carlile on Female Artists Abandoning Competitiveness & Standing Together | Women in Music

– First off, I wanna ask how’re you feeling, cause you had laryngitis, I heard? – Yeah I did, I had it like, two weeks ago and it was so bad I kinda bruised a vocal chord, but – [Hayley] Oh, no. – I’m feeling pretty close to 100%. I’m gettin’ there – Oh, good […]

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