Juliana Luecking (aka Queen Juliana) is a spoken-word artist, video maker and activist. Her video series, People are a Trip, began on YouTube and was featured in several European indie film festivals. Her videos now continue in her blog for MOLI****, and spoken-word recordings are available at Kill Rock Stars Records. She is also the recipient of numerous media arts grants. Juliana lives and bikes in Brooklyn, New York. Courtesy of QueenJuliana on MOLI****.
With over half a century doing a magnificent job, HRH shows no sign of quitting! This year, the Queen recorded her message in the 1844 Room at Buckingham Palace. She is shown watching a recording of her first televised Christmas broadcast from 1957.
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Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody - Solo Guitar Lesson
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Emma Burgess performing "Backseat Queen" at Vlaze Studios.
Dan and Dave - The Queens
Join Marc talking to one of the musical highlights at the Billabong Air&Style 2008 in Innsbruck at the Bergisel Stadium: Queens of the Stone Age!
Did you realized there is a simple magic trick of Queen in the playing card?
A dude sings Queens we will rock you off the cuff at Schism Woking, he liked it.
Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan visited Pakistan, a country devastated by the earthquake that has left nearly 4 million people homeless. Accompanied by UNICEF staff, Queen Rania toured the ruins of a girls' high school in Muzaffarabad. When the disaster struck, some 80 students lost their lives as they sat in the classroom. Right next to the rubble, a tent school is now up and running --- an effort supported by UNICEF to bring children back to school and help them cope with their emotional stress. Queen Rania had the chance to talk to the children and their parents firsthand --- a chance to hear about how they survived the quake, and how many loved ones they have lost. She also witnessed UNICEF's work to immunize some 120,000 children against preventable diseases such as polio, measles and tetanus. At the end of her visit, Queen Rania pledged to raise more funds to support UNICEF's work. With winter fast approaching, 10,000 children could die if food, shelter, and medical care don't reach them in time.
As Queen Elizabeth- in her annual Commonwealth Day message- urges the world to work together to help protect the environment, the Commonwealth Foundation holds a major conference today on climate change.