This is a very rough draft of a slideshow turned video version of The Phonics Dance. The Phonics Dance is a list of chants of hunks and chunks to help young readers decode words.
Best October in 20 years
Oct 31 - The S&P 500 shines in October with the best monthly gains since 1991. Even with a selloff on the last day of trading the benchmark index gained nearly 11 percent for the month. Carmen Roberts reports.
Defense witness is aggressively cross-examined during Conrad Murray trial
Oct. 30 - Under aggressive cross-examination, defense witness Paul White acknowledges Conrad Murray deviated from proper standards of care as doctor to Michael Jackson. John Russell reports.
Kim Kardashian files for divorce
Oct. 31 - Reality TV star Kim Kardashian has filed for divorce from NBA star husband after 72 days of marriage. John Russell reports.
Authors@Google: Joel Salatin discusses 'Folks, This Ain't Normal'
Farmer, author, and activist Joel Salatin discusses his new book, "Folks, This Ain't Normal," as well as sustainable farming, food policy, and solutions to America's food woes
Authors@Google: Chris Dixon, Ghost Wave: The Discovery of Cortes Bank and the Biggest Wave on Earth
Chris Dixon discusses his non-fiction book about Cortes Bank, the submerged mountain that is 100-miles southwest of Los Angeles. Said to create some of the largest waves on the planet, it is a dangerous and seductive place for "big wave surfers" who risk their lives trying to surf it. Chris researched the history of this mysterious place, from the ancient people that lived on the neighboring islands to the first sailors that attempted to map the California Coast and nearly died in the waves of C
Portrait of 2010 Nobel Laureate in Medicine
A look at the life and work of the 2010 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine Robert G. Edwards. For more information see: http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/medicine/laureates/2010/
Otis College Fine Arts Visiting Artist Lecture: John Outterbridge
Otis College of Art and Design Fine Arts Department hosts the Visiting Artist Lecture Series. John Outterbridge spoke on 10/4/11. Born in 1933, Outterbridge is a seminal figure in the Los Angeles assemblage movement of the 1960s and 70s, particularly within the African-American community of Watts and Compton. Serving for years as a Director of Watts Tower Museum, Outterbridge was crucial as a teacher and mentor to countless artists in Los Angeles, including David Hammons, Betye Saar, John Riddle
Harry S. Truman Presidential Library Opening
Truman's presidential library is unveiled. In attendance are former president Herber Hoover, Eleanor Roosevelt, Chief Justice Earl Warren, Lyndon Johnson and more. (2min)
Greek referendum unlikely to happen: Athens business leader
Nov. 1 - The referendum on the Greek bailout is likely not to happen because the government will lose its majority and is likely to fall, says Costas Michalos, chairman of Athens Chamber of Commerce.
Euro crisis fears over Greek vote shock
Nov. 1 - Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou's decision to call an unexpected referendum on Greece's bailout creates climate of fear and uncertainty. Kirsty Basset reports.
Suspect arrested in American's murder
Mexican authorities have arrested a suspect in the murder of American flight attendant Nick Aaronson, who was found dead in his Mexico City hotel room. Travis Brecher reports.
Greece referendum bombshell will batter banks - SocGen
Nov. 1 - Greece's referendum bombshell will make it much more difficult for banks to issue capital and could lead to further deleveraging, says Hank Calenti, Head of Bank Credit Research at Societe Generale.
U.S. Day Ahead: Bernanke speaks, no new twists seen
Nov. 1 - The FOMC concludes its two-day policy meeting with a news conference from Fed Chair Ben Bernanke, but Reuters Correspondent Mark Felsenthal does not expect him to outline any major policy shifts.
Karzai: No peace talks with Taliban
Nov. 1 - Afghan President Hamid Karzai says he needs greater accountability from the Taliban before peace talks can begin. Deborah Gembara reports.
Programs of Distinction - Flannery O'Connor Studies
Short biographical introduction to this famous Southern writer best known for eccentric, even grotesque characters and her wry, satiric style. O'Connor's Catholocism informs her writing on multiple levels. (1:28)
The Exchange: Eviscerating the Middle Class
Nov. 3 - Rob Cox is joined by New Yorker writer George Packer, who recently authored "The Broken Contract," an article published in Foreign Affairs to discuss economic inequality in America.
Teaching: • Lie prone on physioball with feet dorsiflexed and posture tall • Start with thumbs up and arms in a T position Coaching: • Continuously move shoulders and arms and lift arms straight up • Relax upper traps the entire time • Think about shoulder blades moving down and together while arms go overhead • Less is more! Common Errors: • Athlete shrugs shoulders using upper traps • Posture is lost