Beats Antique - Revival (Official Video)

Beats Antique - Revival (Official Video)

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Director | Ivan Landau Music | Beats Antique - "REVIVAL" Director of Photography | Austin Rhodes Illustrator | Leighton Kelly Post Production | Ivan Landau Stylist | Zoe Jakes Choreographer | Zoe Jakes Body Art | Icarus Zaure Starring: Zoe Jakes, David Satori, Tommy Cappel, Kami Liddle, Auberon Shull, Leighton Kelly, Medina Maitreya, Rose Harden Production Support: Derick, Micah, Bolli, Shai and Surya Ion Carolina Lee-Rhodes, Joshua Brott, Maya Papaya, Matty Dowlen Anthony Reyna, Rose Harden, Medina Maitreya, Mark Christiansen, HEIST Get involved in Beats Antiques next video here - http://tinyurl.com/3nhyekn Visit http://beatsantique.com/ for new free REMIXES of REVIVAL, tour dates, and more. http://beatsantique.com/ http://www.facebook.com/beatsantiquefans http://twitter.com/beatsantique
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Medina vase

Medina vase

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Jerry Barker at the Antique Mall

Jerry Barker at the Antique Mall

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  • Updated: 11 Apr 2011
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Jerry's Moss Man interview at the Medina Antique Mall, April 2011.
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Beats Antique - "Cat Skillz" (Official Video)

Beats Antique - "Cat Skillz" (Official Video)

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  • Updated: 16 May 2012
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Get free mp3's, tour dates, and watch more amazing videos from Beats Antique at http://www.beatsantique.com. Free "Cat Skillz Remixes" album available now: http://bit.ly/Mlec1k Directed by Paradox Pollack Artistic Director Zoe Jakes Executive Producers: Beats Antique Greg Rutherford Producer Paradox Pollack Producer Robin Sol Producer Melissa Wynne-Jones Associate Producer James Sicignano Associate Producer Jordan Byrne Director of Photography Billy Summers Production Designer James Mathers Lead Stylist Medina Maitreya Editor Matthew Smith 1st Assistant Director Ben Wiggins 2nd AD Kris Lee 2nd 2nd AD Justin Hopper CAST Beats Antique Tommy Cappel David Satori Zoe Jakes Sylvan Carton HYENAS Diogenes Thorn - Paradox Pollack Blood n Gutstoyevsky - Rajiv Jain Maelstrom - Neal "Flip" Cordova Jackal Hammer - Jakob Bokulich Copper head - Phillipos Haile Dirt GRRLS The Black Dahlia - Zoe Jakes Lapiz LaserEye - Auberon Shull Kamikaze - Kami Liddle Dr. Ladylove - Mira Betz Deathray Devil - Ariellah Fearless Freya - Robin Sol Mud Worshippers Maggie Lally Jennifer Shields Rachel Staples Shannon "Shakti" Freimann Rebecca Feller Roger Fojas Westley Thornton Jade Mangiafico Greensberg Christopher Filkins Andre "Kitty" Freimann Choreographers Zoe Jakes Mira Betz Paradox Pollack Auberon Shull Camera Department 1st AC Jorge Devotto Steadycam Operator James Sicignano Gaffer Kirk Bartolata Key Grip Matthew Corder Best Boy Electric CJ Colace Grip Joe Spain DIT Isidro "Cid" Pineda 2nd AC Nicky Fuchs BCAM Operator/ 1st AC Luis Fragoso IDT Slow Motion Camera Operator Ciamac Parhizi Camera provided by IDT Remote Aerial Video Provided by Airkraft Productions: Brian Kraft - Remote Heli-Cam Pilot; Aaron Kraft - Remote Heli-Cam Operator; Ryan Perry - Remote Heli-Cam Tech Grip equipment provided by LAGrip ART DEPARTMENT Art Director Courtney Rickett Concept Design Productions Adam Steinburg Costumer Designer Jonathon Cota (SKIN GRAFT) Wardrobe Stylist Marybelle Bustos MAKEUP Makeup Artist Medina Maitreya Makeup Artist Alexia Petre Airbrush Artist Julian Weiss Special Make-Up Artist Kristian R. Kobzina Makeup Artist Melissa McNamara Makeup Assistant Jackie Enriquez Makeup Assistant Molly Barnoli Makeup Assistant Amber Marquez Makeup Assistant Anikai Phillips Makeup Assistant Samantha Altamura HAIR Lead Hair Stylist Medina Maitreya Hair Stylist Kiva Singh Hair Stylist Natalie Marie Herrera Production Assistants Matt Grobar Jonny Keller Shawnee Shenaniganz Ashley Martinez Taylor Beattie Jason Cervantes Paije Rence Megan Lockhart Ashphord Jacoway Cody Partello Craft Services Craft Assistant / Production Assistant Annie Gaia SET PHOTOGRAPHERS Photographer Daniel Jung Photographer Sequoia Emmanuelle POST Color Correction and additional editing Micah Stuart Visual Effects /Animation by The Science Department Art Director Nicolas C Raftis III Lead Animator Ryan McGuire Motion Graphics Maria Skaleris Set Photographers Daniel Jung Sequoia Emmanuell Craft Services Craft Assistant / PA Annie Gaia Ending Credits Music: Cat Skills (eO Remix) Eric "eO" Oberthaler soundsliketree.com INSURANCE Cannery Creatives SPECIAL THANKS), Braxton from LA Grip Big Art Labs, Josh Flemming, The Do Lab, Robert Hooven, Skin Graft, ASAP Generators, IDT VERY SPECIAL THANKS Andrew Malmanis Adam Klyce Greg Rutherford and all who donated funds to our kickstarter campaign We could not have done it without you... Come Visit http://www.beatsantique.com http://www.paradoxpollack.com Dedicated to "THE BUB" Esther Silberman 1918 - 2010 Winnifred Joyce Miller 1922 - 2009 And Baby Betz Delgado
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Metal mike Buzzard Antiques & Junk American Unscripted Reality Pickers junkers Collectors Corner

Metal mike Buzzard Antiques & Junk American Unscripted Reality Pickers junkers Collectors Corner

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  • Updated: 09 Aug 2016
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antique Car Spark Plug with Box, Medina Fleamarket, where have all the collectors gone? are there only pickers nowdays? The great heyday Of thrift stores, before they became Big Business and charging More then true value and even selling brand new items(knockoffs) for more then at top retail stores Sad sad sad
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Dar Neghrassi Medina Azrou

Dar Neghrassi Medina Azrou

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  • Updated: 17 Feb 2012
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At Morocco Unexplored we highly recommend to all of our visitors who wish to purchase authentic Moroccan hand made souvenirs or antiques to visit Abdou at dar neghrassi. We can guarantee a charming no pressure experience viewing his impressive collection of artisan stock at an unbeatable prices. We personally shop with him all the time. Address: Dar Neghrassi Rue Des Tapis Medina Azrou. Please see our website for more details http://www.moroccounexplored.com/
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Zia Pueblo Ceramic Olla, ca. 1935 | Web Appraisal | Santa Clara

Zia Pueblo Ceramic Olla, ca. 1935 | Web Appraisal | Santa Clara

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Anthony Slayter-Ralph appraises a Zia Pueblo ceramic Olla, ca. 1935, in Santa Clara, California. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW airs Mondays at 8/7C PM & 9/8C PM on PBS. Watch full-length episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at http://video.pbs.org/program/antiques-roadshow/ Be sure to follow ROADSHOW on Twitter & Instagram @RoadshowPBS, Pinterest, and Facebook! Visit www.pbs.org/antiques for more videos and features from the show.
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Medina Flea Market (June 30, 2013)

Medina Flea Market (June 30, 2013)

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More vendors than buyers this weekend ...
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The Story of the Jews | Jews Under Islam | PBS

The Story of the Jews | Jews Under Islam | PBS

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Watch the full series at http://video.pbs.org/program/story-jews-program/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=pbsofficial&utm_campaign=sotj_covefullprogram (US Only) In this clip from The Story of the Jews, Simon Schama visits Cairo to explore the historical relationship between Jews and Islam. Over a thousand years ago, Cairo was home to one of the most thriving Jewish communities in the world. And that story was repeated across the eastern Mediterranean and in Arabia itself, the birthplace of a powerful new monotheistic faith: Islam. With no accusation of Christ-killing to contend with, Jews under Islamic rule were spared the demonization they suffered in Christendom. According to later Islamic sources, there seems to have been an early moment when Jews and Muslims might have been part of the Umma, the common community of believers. Learn more at http://www.pbs.org/storyofthejews
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Historic Downtown Medina, New York

Historic Downtown Medina, New York

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  • Updated: 02 Apr 2012
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Historic Downtown Medina, New York Medina, New York is a quaint Victorian village, nestled on a wide bend in the Erie Canal where the canal traverses the Oak Orchard River. Incorporated in 1832, the village thrived and prospered, most significantly in the years following the Civil War. Being home to many industries- furniture, foundries, and stone quarries, Medina boomed during the Gilded Age. During that boom, numerous impressive buildings appeared, many built of the now famous Medina Sandstone. Commercial, residential, and ecclesiastical structures born of this great age earned Medina a well-deserved reputation as a beautiful, flourishing community of prospering businesses and grand homes. Most all of this historic architecture survives today and has been carefully preserved, most notably the collection of downtown commercial architecture. It is the envy of many communities. It's not a museum or historical facade. Its a living place where you can shop, interact, and feel connected. Few spots offer such an authentic American experience, and the village is increasingly becoming a destination. An article posted in the Toronto Sun in May 2010 by George Bailey states: "When you walk the historic downtown you can breathe in the smell of history. Their main street echoes of the nineteenth century. Tucked side by side are clusters of aging Medina Sandstone buildings that have changed little since they were constructed during the boom times of the 1830's -1900's." More on Medina from Bailey at: www.torontosun.com/2011/04/29/locals-in-medina-ny-say-hello In a similar article published in the June 2011 edition of Buffalo Spree, writer Bruce Eaton has similar things to say about Medina: "...those who want to spend a few hours soaking up some strong vibes from the Boom Years of Yore are well-advised to head east to the village of Medina. ...With only a few modern buildings in sight, it's possible to stroll up Main towards the canal and imagine that Grover Cleveland still resides in the White House." Indeed, Grover Cleveland did once stroll these streets. His young bride, Frances Folsom, resided for a time on the north end of Main Street. A historic marker identifies the residence. The collection of buildings in the Downtown Historic District appear on both the National and New York State Registries of Historic Places. One needs only stand at any place along the wide thoroughfare and see why- a stunning collection of nineteenth century Italianate buildings built of brick and sandstone in a thriving business district. It is truly is a slice of genuine Americana. Arrayed along the historic thoroughfare are numerous shops and restaurants- everything from antiques to gourmet coffee, gourmet pizza, books, cookies, yarn, candles, gifts, tea shop, fresh produce, and a bistro with a classically trained chef. Any time of year is a great time to visit this historic village, but fall offers some unique opportunities. While the community can be reached via the usual NYS routes (NYS 90 to Pembroke 48A to Rte. 77 and Rte. 63 to Medina; Rte. 31 straight to Medina; or Rte. 104 to Rte 63, south to Medina), fall foliage along the back roads of Orleans/Niagara offer not only spectacular fall color, but a bounty of fresh fruits (apples!) and vegetables from the farm stands that dot the route. Google map a scenic route that will take you winding along the Erie Canal to the village and motor along historic West Center Street (Rte. 31E from Middleport, NY) to see a magnificent collection of Victorian homes, or visit the Medina Railroad Museum at http://railroadmuseum.net/ and take a fall foliage train ride to the historic museum located adjacent to the Downtown Historic District.
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Medina Flea Market (June 2, 2013)

Medina Flea Market (June 2, 2013)

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Hamel Lion's Club Flea Market located in the Medina Entertainment Center parking lot from sunrise to noon.
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Berber Antique Store in Morocco

Berber Antique Store in Morocco

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Berber knives, antiques in Marrakech
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AZ Route 1972 Supadupa Vintage lookbook by anthonyjmedina

AZ Route 1972 Supadupa Vintage lookbook by anthonyjmedina

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AZ ROUTE 1972 Supadupa Vintage LOOKBOOK by Anthony J. Medina
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Framo Polier SPRING/SUMMER 2012

Framo Polier SPRING/SUMMER 2012

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Framo Polier SPRING/SUMMER 2012 - http://www.framopolier.com A film by Skye Von - http://www.skyevon.com Models: Jillian Lieber (Stars Model Management) Lindsay Dettman (Stars Model Management) Hair & Make-up: Kimberly Carlson Accessories Stylist: Laura Mitchell Edited by Nelson Pena Music: Henry Strange "Things We Carry" www.henrystrange.com Framo Polier SPRING/SUMMER 2012 As I walk through the crowded medina of Casablanca, I search for the top of the mans head who I am following, he takes me looking for the special powders the ones you rarely see in the urban cascade of jars, spices, nuts, and made in china clothes. In the allies amongst antiques, and black market DVDs, tiny jars wait for a pair of hands to open them and them and pour out rocks of color. These colors are the form, the basis for the project. They hold the colors of ancient walls and faraway hidden mountain villages in the Rif mountains of West Africa. The village is full of igloos, not the frozen kind though. These are made with earth and painted with shades of indigo, Indian pink, peach, pistache; all the colors of a collection. The donkeys and sheep are all around, to car- ry, walk and work. The powders of color sit in bags against the wall. They are heaps of colored dust. The wind flutters them and their colors shift, much like the winds on the nearby Sahara. The colors cool and warm you at the same time. The colors transfer the message. The color is the color always was. The colors are ours to share with you. The colors make us smile; they let us recognize the elements; they let us dream of realities different from our own. Spring/Summer 2012 'Travel Without Moving' was inspired by merging hand dying traditions and digital technology in airy silhouettes of silk and gauze. Travel without moving. The vibrant unrealistic quality of Moroccan Tad- lak hues creates an unexpected foreground in American fashion. These hidden colors are a silent communication full of emotion; at once you are transported into the here and now, this is the definition of fashion. FRAMOPOLIER is Gina di Girolamo & Jennifer Corrales. www.framopolier.com
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Medina's Cobblestone Museum deemed haunted

Medina's Cobblestone Museum deemed haunted

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Medina's Cobblestone Museum deemed haunted www.thedailynewsonline.com/entertainment/article_9e16914c-2039-11e5-911b-d7b7a4141069.html ~ The Cobblestone Museum is haunted, according to a group of paranormal investigators from Niagara County. On Tuesday, Fred Srock from Regional Investigators of the Paranormal officially declared that the Universalist Church and the Ward House on the museum grounds were “inhabited by spirits.” He also presented a certificate to museum director and curator Matthew Ballard. The declaration is based on an investigation R.I.P. conducted on June 19. According to Srock, his group found electronic voice phenomena, orbs and mists on their audio and video recordings. “We were getting a lot of answers to our questions,” said Srock, who claims to be a fifth-generation medium. “When we asked ‘Can you knock or make a sound?’ one answer was ‘I already did that.’ Then when we went into the basement, we heard a voice say ‘Wait.’ And it was clear.” Srock said he was attracted to the museum based on a feeling he got when he drove past on his way to and from Rochester. The Newfane resident then asked Ballard for permission to investigate.
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Armstrong Local Programming: Medina Minute - Dan Hostetler

Armstrong Local Programming: Medina Minute - Dan Hostetler

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Medina, OH: While enjoying a cup of coffee, Matt bumps into Dan of the Medina County Convention & Visitors Bureau, and shares how his career in theater led here. And shares about his hobbies in traveling and collecting antiques. Armstrong OnDemand Info: http://www.armstrongonewire.com/television/on-demand.aspx Armstrong Local Programming Info: http://armstrongonewire.com/television/local-programming.aspx
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