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13 Aug 2008
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Demetrius Navarro * Director "Put Your Locs On"
13 Oct 2009
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9 Jan 2013
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9 Feb 2013
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Premiere Episode for U People Podcast Featuring crazy times with filmmakers Hanifah Walidah and Olive Demetrius, Comedian and U People Experience host Gloria Bigelow and Poet Red Summer.
6 Nov 2007
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Kalinga was a kingdom in central-eastern India, which comprised most of the modern state of Orissa, as well as some northern areas of the bordering state of Andhra Pradesh. It was a rich and fertile land that extended from the river Damodar to Godavari and from Bay of Bengal to Amarkantak range in the West. This region was scene of the bloody Kalinga War fought by the Maurya Emperor Ashoka the Great of Magadha circa 265 BCE. Kharavela (IAST: Khāravela, Devanagari: खारवेल) (?209 - after 170 BCE), was greatest warrior Jain king of Kalinga, in Orissa state of India. He was responsible for the propagation of Jainism in East India but his importance in neglected in many accounts of Indian History. According to the Hathigumpha inscription near Bhubaneswar, Orissa, he attacked Rajagriha in Magadha, thus inducing the Indo-Greek king Demetrius to retreat to Mathura.
9 Jul 2010
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The history of the Sculptures “…you need to understand what the Parthenon Marbles mean to us. They are our pride. They are our sacrifices. They are the absolute noble symbol to us. They are a tribute to the democratic philosophy. They are the ambition and our identity. They are the essence of Hellenism…”, Melina Merkouri It was in 1806, when the “journey” of the sculptures began. Their destination was Britain and their bearer, the passionate antiquities collector, Count of Elgin. At the Acropolis of Athens, only the half of the decorating part of the Frieze had remained and tens of sculptures were removed- among them some of the Ancient Greek Civilization’s finest works of art. In Britain, the sculptures were named after Elgin, the Elgin Marbles. The monument’s catholicity The UNESCO World Heritage Centre included the Parthenon as part of the wider monument complex, recorded in the world heritage monuments since 11th September 1987. However, the Parthenon is beyond the numbers of a World Monument Record. As a construction achievement, it consists the most credible witness of a former civilization in technological and aesthetic context, which has significantly influenced the development of the modern “Western” world. The Parthenon The Parthenon is the greatest monument of the Athenian State and the apex of the Doric order. Its construction began in 448/7 B.C., whereas the opening was held in 438 B.C. at the Panathenaic Games and the sculpture decorations were finished in 433/2 B.C. According to the sources of antiquity, the architects who worked for the construction of the Parthenon were Iktinos, Calicrates and possibly Phidias, who was also responsible for the sculpture decoration. It is one of the Greek temples that is entirely built of marble as well as the only Doric temple with anastatic metopes. Many parts of the sculpture decoration, the architrave and the coffers of the ceiling were drawn with red, blue and gold colour. Penteli marble was used, except from the stylobate, which was built of limestone. The pteron had 8 columns breadthwise and 17 columns lengthwise. The placement of the columns was unusually close, with the analogy between the column’s circle and the column distance, being 1:2, 25 (compared to the analogy 1:2, 32 at the temple of Zeus in Olympia and 1:2, 65 at the temple of Aphea in Aegina) there was also a second row of 6 columns. This row created a delusion of a double-pteron temple. Another extraordinary feature was the existence of frieze, which ran through the cella and probably consists one of the most obvious Ionic influences. The metopes of the east side represent the Fight of the Titans. On the right side, we can see the Amazons fighting, on the south side the Fight of the Centauromachy and on the north side, scenes from the Trojan War. The frieze represents the Panathenaic procession, the biggest religious celebration of Ancient Athens and includes figures of gods, animals and about 360 human figures. The two frontispieces represent scenes inspired by mythology. Above the central entrance of the temple, on the east side, they represent the birth of Athena and on the west side, the dispute between Athena and Poseidon about the possession of the Athenean land. Although this temple was different from other Doric temples, as far as its decoration length is concerned, the decoration did not affect the unity of the whole temple. Throughout history… The Parthenon had remained untouched, until the Macedonian times. On the contrary, after the Macedonian times and the the battle in the river Granicos, golden shields- the loot of Alexander’s victory- were placed at the Parthenon, as trophies. The first damaging actions took place during the tyrant Lacharis times. Lacharis was appointed tyrant of Athens by Cassandros, according to Pausania’s narration. He took the shields from the Parthenon as well as the gold and the jewellery from the golden and ivory statue of Athena. Damages were also caused in the opisthodomos of the temple, when Demetrius the Conqueror used it as his personal bedroom. During the Roman times, no changes were registered in the Parthenon temple, preserving its physiognomy and its prestige even during the post-Christian centuries. However, at the emperor Justinian’s era, the Panathenaic procession did not proceed up to the Parthenon and every kind of worship- public or private- had been lost, according to the Latin Orator Claudius Mamertine (4th century). During the Byzantine times, although the Parthenon was not destroyed, - as the edicts of of Theodosius 2nd dictated, the temple changed and became the Christian Church of St Sophia. The inauguration of this church was celebrated during the times of the emperor Justinian. In the antetemple, the arch of the sanctuary was added. According to Burnouf, because of these transformations, in 1877, only relics of murals and a few inscriptive engravements on the walls and columns remained. During the times of Frangokratia, (Greek: Φραγκοκρατία, lit. "Francocracy", "rule of the Franks),the space around the Parthenon became the dwelling place for the first Frank ruler of Athens, Othonas Delaros, whereas the Acropolis became the head of the Frankish baronage and the centre of the historic life of the city, up to such a point that Athens was at the time known as “Castellym Athenarum”. The Parthenon was given to the Roman Church and changed into a Latin temple that was worshiped in the name of the Virgin Mary. On the west side, a bell tower was added, that during the Turkish occupation, it became a minaret. During the Venetian rule, no changes were observed or registered about the monument. According to the narrations of posterior sight-seers, like the Italian Nikolaos Martonis -who visited the Acropolis in 1395- and Kuriakos Agkonitis , who traveled in Athens in 1436, we have two descriptions of the Christian Parthenon. The first representative of the medieval ideology is wondering how the construction of such a huge building could have been possible, whereas the second representative of the Italian Renaissance focused his attention on the beauty of the ancient monuments. During the Turkish occupation, the Acropolis fell into the hands of the Turks in 1458, when Mehmet II the Conqueror visited it. The Holy rock was then known as the “Atina Kalesi”, that meant the fortress of Athens. During the 17th century, the Parthenon was a mosque and had a minaret, which was destroyed in 1687. This mosque did not meet the standards of the Islamic religion and that’s the reason why it never became a Muslim worship temple. During Fragiskos Morozini’s crusade against Athens in1687, serious damage was caused in the Parthenon, on the night of September 16th , when a bombshell blew up the powder magazine that the Ali Aga had installed, as the governor of the temple’s fortress. The biggest part of the temple towards the east side collapsed. Since that moment and till the monument it was given to the hands of archaeology, it was highly looted, mostly by Lord Elgin, while serious damage was caused during the Greek Revolution in 1821 and the Acropolis’s invasion by Kioutahi Bey The “firman” and… Elgin The sculptures of the Parthenon, also known as the Elgin Marbles consist a big collection of marble sculpture, which was transported in Britain in 1806 by Thomas Bruce, ‘Z Count of Elgin, ambassador in the Ottoman Empire from 1799 till 1803. Taking advantage of the Ottoman reign of the Greek territory, Elgin managed to obtain permission (the firman) by the Ottoman Sultan to remove the marbles in order to enumerate and register them in schemes, but later he moved on to their abstraction and their exportation out of the country. More about the firman According to the British Commission for the Return of the Marbles, the first permission was officially obtained in May 1801 and it seems that it had been sent directly to Athens by the Sultan’s clerks. The content of the permission is not known but we assume that it allowed to the Elgin’s team access to the Acropolis so that they placed scaffolds and formers. The specific permission though was soon considered inadequate by the team. The Team asked permission for the second time and they would get it. Since they got it, they were allowed to “dig” and remove tures sculp or inscriptions. The second firman was given to them on the 6th July 1801 and allowed Elgin to take rocks with inscriptions and numbers on them. A month later, in August 1801, Elgin asks Hunt Voivode to let him take the metopes of the Parthenon, a request which would even be disapproved by the Greek Vice-president, Ambassador of Britain in Athens. According to the writings of the British intellect Edward Daniel Clarke (1769-1822) in his work “Journeys”, Part II, P. 483, “One of the workers came to notify Don Batista that the metopes were going to be cut. Then, we saw that extraordinary piece of sculpture being destroyed , huge masses of white penteli marble fell down making a huge noise among the ruins. When Disdar saw this, he couldn’t control his feelings anymore. He shed a tear and stated in the most emphatic way: “This is the end!”, “Never again”, stating firmly that he would never give his consent again to any further dilapidation of this construction.” After a year Always according to the historic evidence, set out by the British Committee, in the spring of 1802, Elgin came to Athens and congratulated his team, personally supervising the removal of pieces from the eastern frontispiece. The sculpture’s exportation to London came across several problems. In September, “Mentor”, Elgin’s ship was sunk close to the island of Kithira, bearing some of the most delightful sculpture of the Parthenon. On the Christmas Eve of the year 1802, Hunt managed to ask captain Clarke (who governed the HMS “Braakel” for help, so that the sculptures would be saved. Lord Elgin left with his family from Constantinople on the 16th January 1803, while he was arrested by the French authorities and was under detention for the next three years. At the same period of time, one of his men, back in Athens, removed one of the Caryatids of the Erechtheion and replaced her with a pylon, so that the construction wouldn’t collapse. In 1806, when Elgin was set free from captivity, the second big antiquities collection was still in Athens, supervised by his “loyal” guard Lusieri. In 1809, the new British Ambassador Robert Adair asked for the marbles’ exportation, while the Ottomans answered that Lord Elgin was never given permission to remove the marbles from the Parthenon. Elgin’s team arrived in Athens on the 20th March. Lusieri didn’t lose time and all the marbles were boated on a ship, that set sail to London on the 26th March. Piece by piece The famous collection of these contentious sculptures includes some of the sculptures of the frontispieces and the metopes, representing battles between the Lapiths and the Centaurs as well as some of the frieze of the Parthenon, which decorated the upper part of the cella’s walls of the temple lengthwise. As a result, they represent more than the half of the remaining sculpture decoration of the Parthenon that has survived through time. 75 metres out of the initial 160 metres, 15 out of the 92 metopes, 17 partial figures, taken from the frontispieces, as well as more pieces of the architecture. More precisely, from a total of 97 surviving stones of the frontispiece of the Parthenon, 56 are in London and 40 in Athens. From a total of 64 surviving metopes, 48 are in Athens and 15 in London. From a total of 28 surviving figures of the frontispieces, 19 are in London and 9 in Athens. The Parthenon’s frieze is considered to represent the Panathenaic Procession. The metopes on the east side represent the Fight of the Titans, on the west side the Fight of the Amazons, on the north side the Trojan War and on the south side the fight of Centaurs and Lapiths. On the east frontispiece, the birth of Athena is represented, whereas on the west frontispiece, the dispute of Athena and Poseidon over Athena’s custody. Elgin’s collections even include objects from other constructions of the Acropolis of Athens, such as the Erechtheum- which had been in ruins during the Greek struggle for independence (1821-33)- the Propylaea and the Temple of Athena Niki. Lord Elgin took in fact half of the Pathenon’s sculpture, while from the rest of it, plaster impressions were made. The collection was given lord Elgin’s name. In a few years, Elgin managed to collect 33 shipments of antiquities, taken from the Parthenon, by cutting the frontispieces so that they could be easily carried and by removing sculptures, often scarved on the construction itself. Although Elgin destined his collection for his private residence, he finally sold the so-called “Elgin Marbles” to the British Government in 1816. The sculptures were appreciated by the House of Commons Committee, which discussed the matter and regarded the method of their corruption, their value and the importance of this purchase as “public property”. The accusations Since Lord Elgin first removed parts of the Parthenon, many people characterized his attitude as an act of vandalism, which would garble the temple forever. Elgin was accused of looting an archaeological site, of corruption and deceit of the Turks in order to take the marbles away. As soon as the Greeks gained their independence in 1832, they started to ask for the return of the marbles, removed from their most important national symbol. After Lord Byron, there were many more firm supporters of the return, who were British or Greek and who appreciated the importance and value of the Parthenon, for the Greek and world culture too. There were serious arguments on whether Lord Elgin had legally obtained these treasures, while university professors were fighting, questioning his right to remove them. These disputes continued with accusations from both sides and were finally led to no conclusions. No conclusions According to the historic turnout, the British Museum does not seem willing to lose any of its famous exhibits, whereas it officially supports that it doesn’t wish to start a talk around the return of many of its treasures. On the other hand, the supporters of the return argue that the marbles’ case is unique, since they consist an inextricable piece of a national monument. Cooperation and the suggestion In its official diplomatic moves, Greece intends to cooperate with Great Britain for the sake of the monument itself and the world heritage. This goal can be achieved through a dipolar policy and educational cooperation. More specifically, the suggestion concerns the Sculpture Exhibition of the monuments at the special hall of the New Acropolis Museum. The rectification of the unity of the sculptures will give us the opportunity to enrich our knowledge on this unique monument, to upgrade our studies and reveal to the next generations the masterpieces of humanity. Today… On an announcement given by the British Museum in April 2007, it is reported that the Museum isn’t planning to return the Parthenon Marbles to any Greek museum. A more recent announcement (2009) reported that apropos of the New Acropolis Museum opening, it would return the Elgin Marbles, as long as the Greek government recognized their rights of owners to the British Museum. 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29 May 2010
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20 Sep 2011
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16 Nov 2011
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Trailer for the indie feature film starring Austin O'Brien, Demetrius Navarro, Arielle Paul and Susan Johnston. Synopsis: A powerful drama about a teen who runs away from an abusive home, ends up in a shelter in Hollywood and struggles to build a new life.
3 Jan 2012
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12 Feb 2012
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Choreography by Demetrius Tucker
8 Nov 2012
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The original 1954 trailer for the epic Demetrius & the Gladiators starring Victor Mature & Susan Hayward. The story picks up at the point where "The Robe" ends, following the martyrdom of Diana and Marcellus. Christ's robe is conveyed to Peter for safe-keeping, but the emperor Caligula wants it back to benefit from its powers. Marcellus' former slave Demetrius seeks to prevent this, and catches the eye of Messalina, wife to Caligula's uncle Claudius. Messalina tempts Demetrius, he winds up fighting in the arena, and wavers in his faith.
22 Sep 2010
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10 Aug 2013
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28 Nov 2009
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And 1 mixtape volume 10 I'll upload AND 1 Mittape Volume 1 - 10 in a bit. I upload volume on Zideo due to the size, it cant be posted on YouTube. Link And1 Mixtape Volume 1 : ******* Link And1 Mixtape Volume 2 : ******* Link Volume 3 : Coming Soon Link Volume 4 : Coming Soon Link Volume 5 : Coming Soon Link Volume 6 : Coming Soon Link Volume 7 : Coming Soon Link Volume 8 : Coming Soon Link Volume 9 : Coming Soon Link Volume 10 : Coming Soon ------------------------------------------------------------------- Tags: AND1 has featured streetball players of fame, including Skip to my Lou, The Professor, Hot Sauce, 50, and AO. Every year, AND1 players tour America to recruit the next streetball legend. This recruiting has since been edited for airing as "Street Ball" on ESPN and ESPN 2.It is also parodied in the movie Like Mike 2: Streetball as Game On. * Hugh Jones aka Baby Shack * Grayson Boucher aka The Professor * Andre Poole aka Silk * Tony Jones aka Go Get It * John Humphrey aka Helicopter * Jerry Dupree aka The Assassin * Troy Jackson aka Escalade * Kenny Brunner aka Bad Santa aka The Bad One * Antwan Scott aka 8th Wonder * Jamal Nelson aka Springs * Baby Joe Iguodala, Andre Ilgauskas, Zydrunas Ilunga-Mbenga, Didier Iverson, Allen Ivey, Royal Madsen, Mark Maggette, Corey Magloire, Jamaal Mahinmi, Ian Marbury, Stephon Marion, Shawn Marks, Sean Marshall, Donyell Martin, Kenyon Martin, Kevin Mason, Desmond Mason, Roger Maxiell, Jason May, Sean Mayo, O.J. Mbah a Moute, Luc McCants, Rashad McDyess, Antonio McGee, JaVale McGrady, Tracy McGuire, Dominic McRoberts, Josh Mihm, Chris Miles, C.J. Milicic, Darko Miller, Andre Miller, Brad Miller, Mike Millsap, Paul Mobley, Cuttino Mohammed, Nazr Moon, Jamario Moore, Mikki Morris, Randolph Morrison, Adam Morrow, Anthony Murphy, Troy Murray, Ronald Radmanovic, Vladimir Randolph, Anthony Randolph, Shavlik Randolph, Zach Ratliff, Theo Redd, Michael Redick, J.J. Richardson, Jason Richardson, Jeremy Richardson, Quentin Ridnour, Luke Roberson, Anthony Robinson, Nate Rodriguez, Sergio Rondo, Rajon Rose, Derrick Rose, Malik Ross, Quinton Roy, Brandon Ruffin, Michael Rush, Brandon Rush, Kareem Your official starters for the 2009 NBA All-Star game, after the jump. WEST G- Kobe Bryant G- Chris Paul C- Yao Ming F- Tim Duncan F- Amare Stoudemire EAST G- Dwyane Wade G- Allen Iverson C- Dwight Howard F- LeBron James F- Kevin Garnett Circus Shane Woney AKA the dribbling machine Aaron Owen AKA AO Taurian Fontenette AKA Mr. 720 AKA Air Up Philip Champion AKA Hot Sauce spyda special fx main event baby shaq springs ghost Mike Zanidean Pharmacist Kareem Reid AKA Best Kept SecretKareem Reid AKA Best Kept Secret Adrian Walton AKA A-Butta Chris Lowery AKA Skywalker Larry Williams AKA Bone Collector Roberto Young AKA ExileRoberto Young AKA Exile Sante Gayle AKA 757 Myree Bowden AKA ReemixMyree Bowden AKA Reemix John Humphrey AKA Helicopter Troy Jackson AKA The EscaladeTroy Jackson AKA The Escalade Robin Kennedy AKA Syk Wit It Tyrone Evans AKA Alimoe Rafer Alston AKA Skip To My LouRafer Alston AKA Skip To My Lou Antoine Howard AKA FlashAntoine Howard AKA Flash Lonnie Harrell AKA Prime Objective Randy GILL AKA White Chocolate Tony Jones AKA Go Get It Tim Gittens AKA HeadacheTim Gittens AKA Headache * Eddie "Tha Booz" Chavez * Taurian "Mr. 720" Fontenette * Grayson "The Professor" Boucher * Phillip Champion aka Hot Sauce/Sizzle * Ed "Booger" Smith * Earl "The Goat" Manigault * Richard "Pee Wee" Kirkland * Raymond Lewis * Connie "The Hawk" Hawkins * Earl "The Pearl" Monroe * Lloyd "Swee' Pea" Daniels * Roberto "Exile" Yong * Tony "Go Get It" Jones * Hugh "Baby Shack" Jones * John "Helicopter" Humphrey * Robert "50" Martin * Cardell "Ballaholic" Butler * Kelvin "Hometown Kid" Wylie * Emmanuel "Hard Work" Bibb * Aaron "AO" Owens # Jamaal "The Abuser" Tinsley # Allen "The Answer" Iverson # Kevin "Bizzness" Butler # Bobbito García # Deshun "Father Time" Jackson # Demetrius "Hook" Mitchell # Jack "Black Jack" Ryan # Slick Watts # Chen Jianghua # Jason "White Chocolate" Williams # Sergio "Spanish Chocolate" Rodríguez # Darren "DP a.k.a. Primal Fear" Phillip # Kareem "The Best Kept Secret" Reid # Jason "White Chocolate" Williams # Pat "Da Roc" Robinson
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