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GOOD Magazine asset, video. NY Children, a project headed by Danny Goldfield, entails photographing a child from each of the 194 countries on Earth, currently living in New York City. The project has been ongoing for two years. The first child was from the Dominican Republic, the youngest one from Ethiopia. It all started as a photo project, but Goldfield hopes this can be the foundation of the NY Children mission – to gather and nurture an inclusive community of children and create opportunities for them to meet, learn about each other, and form friendships. It’s about New York, about families, and about a community. To learn more, log onto *******www.goodmagazine****/. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
17 Jul 2007
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Some guy who play violin very very good.Just watch.
7 Aug 2007
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GOOD Magazine asset, video. Detroit, MI is a city of contrast. Some of the richest areas in the country sit next to some of the poorest. Four artists gathered for what started out as an artistic endeavor, but turned into a social crusade. They set to paint abandoned, decrepit homes orange so the city can demolish them. They wanted to take dilapidated structures and make something beautiful and positive out of it, rather than have kids playing and hanging out in the rotting skeleton of homes. For more, please go to *******www.goodmagazine****/. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
18 Jul 2007
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GOOD Magazine asset, video. Phillip Carter is a 31-year-old who’s served two tours of active duty: from 1997 to 2001, and 2005 to 2006. This is a portrait of life after the war. He focuses now on the human element of questions like whether or not the U.S. should go to war, or whether the U.S. should stay in Iraq. Coming home was an awkward experience for Carter. He found that people went on about their daily lives, as though they didn’t know their country was involved in a war, and they probably didn’t care. But Carter says he would do it all over again. He got a lot more out of the army than the army got out of him. For more portraits, go to *******www.goodmagazine****/ From Wiredset Digital Agency.
18 Jul 2007
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GOOD Magazine asset, video. On September 12, 2001, Sean Huze felt prompted to join the military because of the September 11 attacks. He deployed in 2003, and set up in Kuwait for the March 2003 invasion in which he’d taken part. Huze feels that even four years into the war, the general public is still unaffected by it. He’s glad he joined the military though, and coming home he’s founded a theatre company designed for veterans. For more, please visit *******www.goodmagazine****/. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
18 Jul 2007
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GOOD Magazine asset, video. The Highline is an elevated rail structure designed to carry freight trains thru NYC in the 1930s, and ran actively from 1934 until the 60s. It was eventually abandoned with the rise of highways. In 2001, the structure was slated to be torn down, until two neighborhood activists– Joshua David and Robert Hammond—created “Friends of the Highline.” Their mission was to save the structure and turn it into a park. They achieved success in 2003 when the city halted the structure’s demolition and passed a ruling to preserve the rail line. They held a contest to come up with the most creative idea for a park. In 2004, a winner was chosen, and the new park will open to the public in 2008. The group’s efforts brought the community together, and proved things that ought to be can be if you have the will to pursue them. For more, log onto *******www.goodmagazine****/. From Wiredset Digtal Agency.
19 Jul 2007
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GOOD Magazine asset, video. Nuclear weaponry is the most devastating technology on the planet, and has brought us to the brink of civilization-ending conflagrations. In 2007, who has them? Who is beefing up their arsenal? Who is scaling down? And what would a single nuclear weapon do to Manhattan? Go to *******www.goodmagazine****/ for more. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
19 Jul 2007
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GOOD Magazine asset, video. The Wooster Collective began in 2001 to showcase ephemeral street art. 11 Spring in NYC is one of two buildings in the city that has a rich history of street art, known to locals and visiting artists alike. Before the building was renovated the Wooster Collective helped curate a three-day show of the work put up there, new and old. Please visit *******www.goodmagazine****/ for more. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
19 Jul 2007
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GOOD & BAD IDEA
26 Jul 2007
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good magic trick that is easy to do. you can do it with any deck, and is fun to do.
28 Jul 2007
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8 Aug 2007
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This is a neat new book called Young Ladies of Good Family. It's 25 chapters long and each chapter is a short story. It's about a young girls life living on an island filled with crazy people, big strange animals, and voodoo. Pick up your copy at *******www.authorhouse****
9 Aug 2007
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This an awesome new book called Young Ladies of Good Family. It has 25 chapter and each one is a short story. A great read for the whole family. Pick up your copy at *******www.authorhouse****
11 Aug 2007
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GOOD Magazine asset, video. Bono has gone from consummate rock star to passionate advocate for change, gaining audience with the world's leaders and a reputation for being serious--and seriously informed--about African debt relief and the AIDS crisis. In this original GOOD video we present a brief history of Bono. Go to *******www.goodmagazine****/ for more.
13 Aug 2007
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Music video for an uplifting "Feel Good" soulful/R&B pop tune with a unique flavor.
17 Aug 2007
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good car
26 Aug 2007
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