My good friend Jose shared this video with me earlier this week, and it’s like nothing I’ve ever seen before.
The new logo you see in the upper left corner was made for me by a very talented artist named Berk Tarakcıoğlu.
I’m not going to say anything about this short film. Just take 19 minutes out of your life to watch this video. I promise you will be humbled, inspired, and enriched, or I’ll give you your money back.
Here are ten promising documentaries coming out this year, courtesy of Esquire Magazine, with corresponding trailers.
Some people wonder why victims of abuse often don’t report the crime until years later, if ever. This documentary vividly illustrates one reason why. Even when someone has the strength to report their abuse, the result is often to shame and blame the accuser.
Let’s face it - 2021 is going to look a lot like 2020. Given that, we’re all going to need more Netflix. Read on to see my new favorite documentary and a list of 40 good things to stream.
The study linked below reports on an interesting kind of litmus test for heart health in middle aged men: if you can do forty pushups, you’re much less likely to have heart problems over the next ten years.
The lengths to which this guy goes to stop squirrels from invading his bird feeder is comical, inspiring, and hugely entertaining.
I love the first song in this Tiny Desk Concert. It’s an acoustic version of Black Sun, by Ben Gibbard. Enjoy…
Here’s some soothing Friday music for trying times. This whole set is great but I especially love the first song, This is the Last Time.
Did you know there is film footage, on Youtube, of the legendary Helen Keller and her famous teacher Anne Sullivan?
I love when an artist covers a great old song, not just following the original formula, but adding something special.
Remember when we had a president we could proud of? This is funny, but it would be funnier if it wasn’t real.
Take 2.5 minutes out of your day to watch this young man play Dance Monkey, with flair and finesse, on a public piano in a London train station.
Check out this list of excellent docs available now on Netflix.
Check out this haunting black and white video of Strand of Oaks performing Bonfire from 2010.
Check out this repository of 16,000 sound effects from the BBC, made freely available for personal, educational, or research use.
Back in November of 2018 Dave Matthews recorded a solo performance at NPR’s legendary Tiny Desk.
A non-exhaustive list of videos I find inspiring, informative, and entertaining.
We’re all going to die someday, we just don’t know when and how.
If I had to categorize “In Bruges”, I’d go with Thriller/Travelogue, which is not a very crowded field. It’s the story of two career hit men who go on a little vacation, ostensibly to lay low after a recent crime spree. But as you might guess, there’s more to this trip than meets the eye.
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