Must-see message about Stephen Colbert's AmeriCone Dream ice cream from Billy Buck Teefus -- American redneck savant.
Interview with Chris Camillone regarding what he likes about the St. Stephen's Tennis Academy in Austin, TX.
Interview with Emily Ellis regarding what she likes about the St. Stephen's Tennis Academy in Austin, Texas.
Interview with Rebecca Row: St. Stephen's Tennis Academy
Interview with Pete Rispoli, a student at the St. Stephen's Tennis Academy
Meet the Director of the St. Stephen's Tennis Academy, Meredith Walton
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Harmony Lane is the captivating biography of songwriter Stephen Foster, who is often referred to as “the father of American music.” Foster is played by the excellent leading man Douglass Montgomery, who does an admiral job – but the true stars of Harmony Lane are the beautiful performances of Foster’s unforgettable songs like “Oh! Susanna” and “Camptown Races.” Foster’s life was tragic, however, so amidst the splendor of the wonderful music and engrossing Civil War time period cinematography, there is always a powerfully artistic undercurrent of pain and sorrow that galvanized so many great artists throughout history. Harmony Lane is a proper tribute to the life and work of such an important American Stephen Foster.
Hong Kong writer, actor and director Stephen Chow discusses his new film CJ7 and what drove him to make a family film aimed at younger audiences.
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