• PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode March 1, 2020
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    PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode March 1, 2020

    >>Sreenivasan: ON THIS EDITION FOR SUNDAY, MARCH 1: A LOOK AHEAD TO WHAT’S AT STAKE ON SUPER TUESDAY. NEW CONCERNS OVER THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK. AND IN OUR SIGNATURE SEGMENT: THE LEGACY OF PHOTOGRAPHER JIM MARSHALL LIVES ON THROUGH HIS ICONIC IMAGERY. NEXT ON “PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND.”>>PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND IS MADEPOSSIBLE BY:BERNARD AND IRENE SCHWARTZ.SUE AND EDGAR WACHENHEIM III.THE CHERYL AND PHILIP MILSTEINFAMILY.ROSALIND P. WALTER.BARBARA HOPE ZUCKERBERG.CHARLES ROSENBLUM.WE TRY TO LIVE IN THE MOMENT,TO NOT MISS WHAT’S RIGHT INFRONT OF US.AT MUTUAL OF AMERICA, WEBELIEVE TAKING CARE OF TOMORROWCAN HELP YOU MAKE THE MOST OFTODAY.MUTUAL OF AMERICA FINANCIALGROUP, RETIREMENT SERVICES ANDINVESTMENTS.>>CONSUMER CELLULAR OFFERS NO CONTRACT WIRELESS PLANS THAT ARE DESIGNED TO…

  • Contemporary and Traditional African Dance in Oakland | If Cities Could Dance | KQED Arts
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    Contemporary and Traditional African Dance in Oakland | If Cities Could Dance | KQED Arts

    Oakland is totally different than any place I’ve ever been. Love is just a big factor that I see. Through my dance, I totally want to keep energizing this place. I’m Frankie Lee Peterson III. My brand is .fLEE dance. I grew up in North Carolina. Came out here four years ago. There’s a feeling I get inside like when you’re at home by yourself, and you have your music on and you’re just like, everything is coming from my soul and my soul is being poured out. I’ve had ballet training, but my main influences are house dance, a little bit of African, liturgical dance which is a form…

  • Why I love a country that once betrayed me | George Takei
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    Why I love a country that once betrayed me | George Takei

    I’m a veteran of the starship Enterprise. I soared through the galaxy driving a huge starship with a crew made up of people from all over this world, many different races, many different cultures, many different heritages, all working together, and our mission was to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before. Well — (Applause) — I am the grandson of immigrants from Japan who went to America, boldly going to a strange new world, seeking new opportunities. My mother was born in Sacramento, California. My father was a San Franciscan. They met and married in…

  • Prison Martial Arts Convention! 4 winners participate in the decisive battle!Cheetah soldier 23
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    Prison Martial Arts Convention! 4 winners participate in the decisive battle!Cheetah soldier 23

    Good, come on Come on Keep fighting Come on Beat him down Come on Come on, beat him down What’s your problem Kill him Come on Come on Beat him down It’s amazing Good, great Good job, pretty cool Han Jiang is the winner Good, fantastic Good job It’s amazing Order Next round Pretty cool It’s amazing, good job Fantastic Good, terrific Han Jianzhi is the winner Du Jianzhi Han Jiang Ye Lang Wu Ying You’re all winners for these competitions Well, the final competition is all on you guys so, drawing lots to decide who goes first in the competition Heimu, look Let’s wait and see they kill each…

  • Life as a Military Photographer
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    Life as a Military Photographer

    My name is Tiffany Dusterhoft. I’m a specialist in the US Army My parents were very supportive. They knew that I needed something, you know, in my life, more than just going straight to school. I needed that worldly experience, travel. I wanted that more than I wanted to go straight into school. Garrison life as a photographer tends to be a lot of ceremonies. Recently, I had a Hawaii Medal of Honor Award ceremony, and I got to go cover that, and that was really great. I’d say the best year of my military career was deployment. I got to go out with so many different units, on so…

  • ‘Girls Rock Austin’: A different take on summer camp
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    ‘Girls Rock Austin’: A different take on summer camp

    Spoon did not just spend their summer on tour They also made a quick stop in their hometown to meet with some young campers trying to follow in their footsteps newshour Wiggins Christopher Booker has more Time spent at the girls Rock Austin camp in Austin, Texas is time spent learning to play the drums the keyboards and Ac/dc the Week-long day camp for 8 to 17 year olds offers an A to Z education in rock and roll The campers are not only asked to pick up instruments but challenged to think about the bigger questions that surround the world of music Who are the people making music and…