Nick is a con-artist that finds himself on the wrong side of a con. Upon making a deal with a man that might be the devil, Nick is given the ability to "see" through photographs of himself. What seems like a god-given power quickly unravels into an endless living nightmare.
221 2nd Avenue
New York, NY 10003
near 14th Street
From "Little Bytes of the Big Apple," a series of video tours of NYC. Author and NYC guide, Robert Westfield, tries to tour Washington Square--from the fountain to the arch--while avoiding retailers.
From "Little Bytes of the Big Apple," a series of video tours of New York. Author and NYC guide, Robert Westfield, explains the Metronome--ephemeral odes and the meaningless of time and discusses George Washington, cottage cheese, and temperance.
From 1976: Gilbert & Sullivan with a Media Ecology twist. For more musings on Media Ecology, see my blog "A Model Media Ecologist" at robertkblechman.blogspot****
So... I hope You enjoy it ^^
They took you to practice, now they'll take you out.
Trailer for the 11 minute short "Soccer Mom"
Written and Directed by Leetal Platt, starring Gowrie Hayden and Jamie Morgan.
The Depreciation Guild from New York University in New York, NY perform live at the American Eagle sponsored New American Music Union summer concert that was curated by Anthony Kiedis and also included performances from The Raconteurs, The Black Keys, Gnarls Barkley and more. More exclusive live video footage from all of them at *******www.ae****/musicfestival
A step-by-step guide to processing in Eclipse.
Professor Maris Krasnow talks about the undergraduate dual certification program in Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Special Education. Highlights include:
* Rigorous and demanding curriculum
* Play as the work of young children
* Block course scheduling to mimic the flow of the early childhood classroom
* Foundation in progressive and constructivist theories of education
* Exposure to multiple models of early childhood teaching and learning
Master Teacher Brenda Strassfeld discusses the undergraduate and graduate Secondary Mathematics Education Programs at Steinhardt.
Assistant Professor Kay Stahl discusses the two tracks in the Master's Literacy Education Program at Steinhardt.
Professor Lawrence Ferrara discusses the Master's programs in the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions at Steinhardt.
Professors Susan A. Kirch and Joseph Rafter discuss the Childhood Graduate Programs at Steinhardt.
Faculty Dance Concert (Part 2)
Faculty Dance Concert (part 1)