a spec NIKE spot with LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers from Sabostudios, shot by Greg Sabo
LeBron James took some heat for his decision to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers, but now he's hitting back at his critics in a 90-second Nike ad.
Janine Jansen (born in 1978 in Soest) is a Dutch violinist.
Jansen began to study the violin at age 6. She studied with Coosje Wijzenbeek, Philipp Hirshhorn, and Boris Belkin. Her father and brother are also musicians.
Jansen appeared as soloist with the National Youth Orchestra of Scotland in 2001, where she performed the Brahms Violin Concerto. She opened the BBC Proms in 2005. When performing live, she is sometimes rather adventurous with her performance, with emphasis on emotional accents more than on precision or adherence to status quo.
She has eschewed tradition by recording with only 5 solo strings rather than an orchestra, including her brother as cellist and father playing continuo. In live concerts, she has received standing ovations from enthusiastic audiences, such as in the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra 2006 concert in Berlin's Waldbühne Amphitheater, with a full attendance of 25,000, and in Los Angeles at the Walt Disney Concert Hall with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra in 2008 to a sold out audience.
Jansen currently uses the 1727 Stradivari "Barrere" violin, on extended loan by the Stradivari Society of Chicago. She has begun her own chamber music festival in Utrecht.
Jansen and her former boyfriend, the violinist Julian Rachlin, have collaborated in chamber music performances.
As of January 2006, she has recorded two mainstream CDs (one also a hybrid SACD). The first is a collection of encore pieces, conducted by Barry Wordsworth, the second a chamber ensemble rendition of Vivaldi's Four Seasons. In particular, her Vivaldi recording has seen great success in terms of downloading sales.
She has recorded the Tchaikovsky Concerto with the Cleveland Orchestra and Vladimir Ashkenazy conducting. In October 2006, she released her third album. This CD features the Mendelssohn and Bruch Violin Concertos, along with the Bruch Romance for Viola, with conductor Riccardo Chailly and the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra.
In 2008, she recorded a live session for the itunes music store consisting of Bach's Trio Sonata in G Major and Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord No. 6 In G Major.
Extremely clever global warming experiment done by 4th grade student for a science fair. Presented by the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and the Clean Air Conservancy
The Cleveland Show Episode 3 “The One About Friends”
Jerid Kurtz and Tim Russo give us an entertaining tour of the Cleveland State University Wolstein Convocation Center for the Feb. 26, 2008 Democratic Debate. Watch the vid as they ravage vegetable platters, talk to volunteers and chat with CNN's Senior Political Correspondent Cathy Crowley.
Monkeys at the cleveland zoo playing with a plastic bowl be sure to listen to the man in the background VERY FUNNY
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Ohio Prep Stars traveled to the North Coast Saturday afternoon to the Cleveland Browns stadium. To witness, not Lebron James but Glenville and Mentor play an exciting game of high school football. This is what Ohio football is all about, the crowd was loud, the band was playing, and the pads were popping. Here are some of the sights and sounds from this great match-up in which Mentor won 15 - 13.
Alec Baldwin inspires to the Cleveland Indians to close out games.
our day at the zoo the polar bears go for a swim
Michael Jackson;The Cleveland Orchestra - Will You Be There
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Exclusive video footage of rare giant turtle found by the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo recently, according to this AP story:
The mythical creature lives in some lake in Hanoi, but I've seen him before.
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Ex NFL Quarterback and Cardiac Surgeon Provides High Tech Cardiovascular Screening Program for Former Pro Football Players During Super Bowl Week
Playing professional football is an exciting, financially rewarding way to earn a living, but it is also extremely physically demanding. Many players retire from professional sports with injuries that plague them throughout their life. In fact, it is a widely-held belief that the average life expectancy for a professional football player that played 5 years or more in the NFL is around 56 years, more than 10 years less than the average American.
Archie Roberts MD, retired cardiac surgeon and former NFL quarterback for the Cleveland Brown and Miami Dolphins, understands the ongoing health issues these men face and the importance of preventive medicine. Dr. Roberts heads The Living Heart Foundation, a nonprofit organization that has provided screening for over 1,000 current and former professional football players.
During Super Bowl week, the Foundation will be sponsoring a free cardiovascular screening for 60 former NFL players in Miami Beach. The program will be held at the headquarters of the South Beach Preventative Cardiology. The screening will include noninvasive testing of the athletes' central blood pressures, the blood pressures at the heart, with SphygmoCor, a new technology from AtCor Medical. Studies have identified high central blood pressures as an early predictor of cardiovascular problems such as heart attack and stroke.
For more information about The Living Heart Foundation and the free screening being held in Miami during Super Bowl Week, please visit: www.livingheartfoundation.com. For more information about SphygmoCor monitoring please visit www.atcormedical.com.