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Nicholas Brothers. The greatest dance sequence.

Nicholas Brothers. The greatest dance sequence.
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Police Dog Blues : Blind Blake <div style="padding:5px; font-size:80%; width:300px; background-color:white; margin-left:auto; margin-right:auto; border:1px dashed gray;"> Internet Archive's<!--'--> in-browser audio player requires JavaScript to be enabled. It appears your browser does not have it turned on. Please see your browser settings for this feature. </div> MP3 of "Police Dog Blues" by Blind Blake This audio is part of the collection: 78 RPMs and Cylinder RecordingsIt also belongs to collection: Music, Arts & Culture Artist/Composer: Blind BlakeDate: 0000-00-00 00:00:00Source: Public Domain 4UKeywords: Blues Individual Files Write a review Downloaded 38,066 times Reviews Average Rating: Reviewer:habersack - - February 18, 2013 Subject: Public Domain My son is in school at NYC and the issue centers around Mickey Mouse. Reviewer:infobleep - - August 5, 2009 Subject: Great recording Thank you for making the song available. Speaking of legal concerns. In fact, U.S. See what says on the subject.

For VE Day, Watch This Technicolor Film of Berlin, Two Months After World War II On the 70th anniversary of VE Day, a remarkable film shows Berliners cleaning up a city in ruin. These days, Berlin is a nexus of 21st-century cool. New York magazine recently called it the “post-tourist capital of Europe,” capturing the trend of younger visitors coming for multi-month stays, drawn by its surplus of affordable housing, dining, and culture. In the wake of a uniquely tumultuous century for the city, Berlin has captured the world’s imagination in a way that would have been unthinkable just 15 years ago. But its scars are still visible. Today, on the 70th anniversary of VE Day—the end of World War II in Europe—bullet wounds and crumbled walls still stand as reminders of a horrific past that can feel distant in its now-trendy saloons. In rare, high-quality technicolor, we see Berliners moving about a city blasted to pieces.

What Are the Easiest Hip-Hop Dance Moves for Beginners? Video Come learn very simple hip hop dance moves that anybody can do! You'll be ready for the the next time you need to show your moves.See Transcript This next routine I'm going to show you involves very simple hip-hop routines that anybody, including your grandma can dance to. To start with, I'm going to show you the two step. You're just going to step out with your right and step together with your left. My second move for any beginning hip-hop dancer is the hip swing. You do the two step. Then another one I like to do, my third step is the step and slide. Now my fourth step is the all beloved body roll. You can body roll any way, really. Let's try it with some music. [music] Start with the two step. Then hip swings. There you go. Step, slide. Step. And. And just two step it out. Host: Jadée Nikitawww.jadeenikita.net Wardrobe Provided by Fly Gyal www.FlyGyal.com Music by iStock About videos are made available on an "as is" basis, subject to the User Agreement.

Rare Film of Sculptor Auguste Rodin Working at his Studio in Paris (1915) In the past few days we’ve featured a series of remarkable little films of French artists Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet and Edgar Degas. Today we wrap things up with just one more: a rare glimpse of the great sculptor Auguste Rodin. The footage was taken in 1915, two years before Rodin’s death. There are several sequences. The first shows the artist at the columned entrance to an unidentified structure, followed by a brief shot of him posing in a garden somewhere. The rest of the film, beginning at the 53-second mark, was clearly shot at the palatial, but dilapidated, Hôtel Biron, which Rodin was using as a studio and second home. The mansion was built as a private residence in the early 18th century, and served as a Catholic school for girls from 1820 until about 1904, when it became illegal for public money to be used for religious education.

Enter every schoolboy's nightmare From his Freaks and Geeks days to last year’s Palo Alto, memories of the awkwardness of high school have filtered through many of James Franco’s projects. The latest is this short, which opens the actor-turned-producer’s The Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards: a series of vignettes based on short stories by Robert Boswell. Directed by on-the-rise talent Mark Columbus, Guests tells a story of two pervasive forces of nature: the unrelenting bully who targets Charlie (Modern Family’s Rico Rodriguez), and the cancer that is killing his father (Matthew Modine). Documentaries, Films, and Videos | Video About ©2016 VICE Media LLC United States The VICE Channels Featured Video This Teenager Is Fighting Climate Change by Suing the Government Xiuhtezcatl Tonatiuh is a 15-year-old who is one of the young activists who argue that the nationwide lack of action on climate change is violating his generation's rights. More Apr 21, 2016 Daily VICE Thomas Morton Shares the Language of Alaska Natives on Today's 'Daily VICE' Apr 21, 2016 Then Motherboard tells us why tourists are facing extreme weather conditions to visit a military plane wreck in Iceland, and MUNCHIES explains how chef John Besh is helping aspiring chefs in New Orleans. Apr 20, 2016 Daily VICE We Suit Up with Spain's Latex Fetishists on Today's 'Daily VICE' Apr 20, 2016 VICE Spain's Raül Calàbria suits up and heads to a fetish party to understand why some believe being covered in rubber is the ultimate sensory experience. Apr 19, 2016 Daily VICE We Hop in the Ring with Lucha Libre Wrestlers on Today's 'Daily VICE' Apr 19, 2016 Apr 18, 2016 Toxic

The Somersault Man (1923) In this section of the site we bring you curated collections of images, books, audio and film, shining a light on curiosities and wonders from a wide range of online archives. With a leaning toward the surprising, the strange, and the beautiful, we hope to provide an ever-growing cabinet of curiosities for the digital age, a kind of hyperlinked Wunderkammer – an archive of materials which truly celebrates the breadth and variety of our shared cultural commons and the minds that have made it. Some of our most popular posts include visions of the future from late 19th century France, a dictionary of Victorian slang and a film showing the very talented “hand-farting” farmer of Michigan. With each post including links back to the original source we encourage you to explore these wonderful online sources for yourself. Check out our Sources page to see where we find the content.

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