Panel 3: TV || Siting Julia || Radcliffe Institute
On September 21, 2012, the Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute, which houses Julia Child's extensive papers, sponsored "Siting Julia: A Julia Child Centenary Symposium" to celebrate the legacy of Julia Child on the centenary year of her birth. Authors, television producers, restaurateurs, and the Child's family and neighbors provided a behind-the-scenes view of the life and work of American phenomenon Julia Child, who brought her passion for learning and teaching French culinary arts
IMPACT Speaker Series - Gailynn Gluth
Gailynn Gluth is Founder and CEO of Wynsum Arts, a social-entrepreneurship organization that helps parents of children with developmental challenges find quality mobile applications. She told the story of her varied background and how her passion has consistently trumped brilliance, pushed her into new areas, forced her out of her comfort zone, given her strength, and led to new opportunities.
This is Rochester!
GRCC Board of Trustees Meeting (September, 2012)
Regular meeting of the Grand Rapids Community College Board of Trustees. Recorded September 17, 2012.
Cyberbullying - 09/18/2012
A teacher education seminar highlights the negative impact cyberbullying has on both children and adults.
Two Hour Power Birthday Wishes for Suni Williams from Sally Ride's Family dreamlessly from Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame by Charles Bukowski (poetry reading) AMNH's 17th Annual Halloween Celebration Reuters Today: Japan battles slowdown with surprise easing Southeast Asia emerging as money magnet Raising taxes: how hard should it be? Choral Vespers-09/20/2012-The Duke Vespers Ensemble CMU Energy Interview: Karen Clay Patrick Ball in "O'Carolan's Farewell to Music" 1 U.S. Morning Call: 16,000 jobs on BofA chopping block Wealth Strategies: Investors don't own enough stock 3XSQ: Samsung going after iPhone 5 U.S. Day Ahead: Oracle results to show tech weakness
Two Hour Power
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Sally Ride's family was in Mission Control Center to surprise Expedition 33 Commander Suni Williams and wish her a happy birthday. Read more about NASA astronaut Suni Williams... http://go.nasa.gov/ObgQJC
This poem reminds me of the refrain of "Randy Scouse Git" by the Monkees: Why don't you cut your hair? Why don't you live up there? Why don't you do what I do, See what I feel when I care? Why don't you be like me? Why don't you stop and see? Why don't you hate who I hate, Kill who I kill to be free? Incidentally don't believe what you read on the web about the title. It was originally released in the UK with the name "Alternate Title". Then it came up on a TV chat show and somebody remarked
Celebrate Halloween at the American Museum of Natural History. On Wednesday, October 31, from 4-7 p.m., the Museum's halls will be filled with trick-or-treating, live performances by David Grover and the Big Bear Band, arts and crafts, the Big Nazo puppet troupe, and roaming characters including Curious George, Spiderman, Miffy, Danny's Dinosaur and Spider-man. Teddy Roosevelt, whose journey from young naturalist to Conservation President is highlighted in a new exhibition in the Theodore Roosev
Sept. 19 - The Bank of Japan doubles its usual purchases of government bonds in an attempt to weaken the yen and kickstart growth.
Sept. 19 - As Western economies struggle, Southeast Asia is shaping up as the place where fortunes are made - and stored, with Singapore tipped to overtake Switzerland as the world's wealth management capital.
Michigan State University economist Eric Scorsone discusses the arguments for and against Proposal 5, which would require a two-thirds majority of the Michigan Legislature to raise taxes.
A service of choral vespers in Duke University Chapel officiated by The Rev. Dr. Christy Lohr Sapp. Choir directed by Dr. Brian Schmidt. Organist: David Arcus. On The Preces/Invitatory Reading: Job 28:12-28, Acts 16:25-40, Luke 4:14-24, John 12:27:36a Bulletin: https://chapel.duke.edu/sites/default/files/09-20-12_V_2up.pdf
Karen Clay is an associate professor of Economics and Policy in CMU's H. John Heinz III College. She discusses her work to understand energy issues from an economic perspective, including the impact of climate change on the U.S. and emerging nations. The Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at CMU leverages the expertise of more than 100 faculty from across the university to address several complex challenges: • How to use the energy we already have far more efficiently. • How t
This is a performance of "MacCabe's Challenge" at Spreckels Performing Arts Center in Rohnert Park, CA while it was there from January-February 2010. This video includes some harp playing and some monologue. (02:36)
Sep 20 - Bank of America announces it will cut 16,000 jobs this year. And economists forecast a total of 375,000 filings for initial jobless claims this week.
Sep 20 - BlackRock's David Cassese says a traditional 60/40 split between stocks and bonds doesn't give enough weight to equities and likes companies growing dividends like Quest Diagnostics and Microsoft.
Sep 20 - Samsung says it is planning to add the iPhone 5 to its existing patent lawsuits against Apple
Sep 19 - Don't be fooled by Oracle when it reports after the close. It's set to see a fatter profit as IT managers spend their budgets before December, but hardware sales could drop by up to 10%.
Birthday Wishes for Suni Williams from Sally Ride's Family
dreamlessly from Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame by Charles Bukowski (poetry reading)
AMNH's 17th Annual Halloween Celebration
Reuters Today: Japan battles slowdown with surprise easing
Southeast Asia emerging as money magnet
Raising taxes: how hard should it be?
Choral Vespers-09/20/2012-The Duke Vespers Ensemble
CMU Energy Interview: Karen Clay
Patrick Ball in "O'Carolan's Farewell to Music" 1
U.S. Morning Call: 16,000 jobs on BofA chopping block
Wealth Strategies: Investors don't own enough stock
3XSQ: Samsung going after iPhone 5
U.S. Day Ahead: Oracle results to show tech weakness