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What do you get when you combine the buzz of a young international capital city with the quaint alleyways and characteristic buildings of a medieval Italian village? Trastevere. A neighborhood apart (“Trastevere” literally means “beyond the Tiber”), this picturesque area is home to artisans, expats, students, artists, and working-class families alike. But it’s the medieval architecture and small-town feel that makes it such a contrast from the...More»
On this walk we will see actual places that Dickens visited as well as places mentioned in his novels. Starting at St Paul's Cathedral, which dominated London in Victorian times, we wend our way through ancient alleyways and churchyards, such as St Peter's, Cheapside where the young Dickens first arrived in London. We hear stories about the characters connected with the City especially Ebenezer Scrooge who saw the Ghost of Christmas Yet to...More»
A FutureFilm experiment by Bryan Little. Soundtrack by Sylvan Aztok ~ from animal voice and guitar samples of Zeneca Zeneka with rexina. Best experienced driving at 50km/h.
With the possible exception of the rat,
humans are now the most numerous mammal on earth...
With this power must come responsibility...
AS A MAMMAL:
Using a tape recording, my dad once called all the owls in the forest to gather around us, their haunting calls...
Stroll the path of Camelot's early days, when a beautiful young journalist met a rising politician and wartime hero who later became the U.S. president. See the many homes where John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy resided, Martin's Tavern where they got engaged, their church Holy Trinity, and Jackie's home after the president's death. We'll also see colonial architecture reminiscent of England, in a neighborhood just steps away from shopping...More»
Why did America's most popular actor kill the president? And how did he do it? Was John Wilkes Booth a madman exacting revenge for his beloved South or maybe more? Guide Rick Snider, who is a distant relative of Booth and co-conspirator Mary Surratt, takes you through that fateful night's journey.
Stroll from the White House to Ford's Theater and many points in between examining many of the sites where assassin John Wilkes Booth stalked...More»