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Los bailarines y coreógrafos españoles Guillermo Weickert e Inma Corral y la alemana Juschka Weigel, interpretan tres solos en el Patio del Rectorado de la Universidad de Sevilla.
25 May 2007
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Warren Miller’s film crews capture some fun “Old School” footage of skiers JP Auclair and Jason Lalla at Weigele’s Heli Skiing operation in British Columbia, Canada.
11 Jul 2012
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Warren Miller’s film crews capture some fun “Old School” footage of skiers JP Auclair and Jason Lalla at Weigele’s Heli Skiing operation in British Columbia, Canada.
15 Jul 2012
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Pros at Weigele’s Heli Skiing operation in BC.
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Pros at Weigele’s Heli Skiing operation in BC.
10 Apr 2013
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To Save a Life Trailer. Release Date: Jan 22, 2010. Genre: Drama. An all-star athlete and his girlfriend find their lives spinning out of control when Jake loses a childhood friend. Help comes when he reaches out to others who are hurting, and he realizes some people are just dying to be heard. How far would you go? How much would you risk? How hard would you fightTo Save A Life Genre:Drama Director:Brian Baugh Cast:Randy Wayne, Deja Kreutzberg, Joshua Weigel, Steven Crowder, D David Morin, Sean Michael, Bubba Lewis
4 Feb 2010
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*******www.MariCarmenPinto**** *******www.MariCarmenPinto**** -Un inspirador Cortometraje ganador del concurso anual de cortos que organiza www.thedoorpost**** con un mensaje de esperanza, de motivacion, de reto. Me hizo llorar la primera vez que lo vi. The Butterfly Circus Director: Joshua Weigel Executive Producer: Nathan Elliott Executive Producer: Jon and Esther Phelps Executive Producer: Bob Yerkes Associate Producer: Natalie Burkholder
3 May 2010
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If you missed yesterday's excellent reason HQ debate about "The Future of Libertarian Politics" featuring Bob Barr, Mike Gravel, Wayne Allyn Root, and Vern McKinley, have no fear! This video is a condensed version.
22 May 2008
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Trailer for the upcoming release "Charlie."
13 Jul 2008
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Jerry poses for a picture and finds himself in the middle of a turf war Distributed by Tubemogul.
26 Sep 2008
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TO SAVE A LIFE is the story of an all-American teen Jake Taylor, who seemingly has it all. After a childhood friend’s death, Jake’s world turns upside down, and he is forced to make a decision that could change his life forever. TO SAVE A LIFE is about making unexpected choices and sacrifices, while having the courage and determination to persevere against all odds. In select Theaters Nationwide January 22, 2010! *******www.tosavealifemovie****
5 Dec 2009
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Jake is the most popular kid in school and has a promising future, but his world is rocked when tragedy strikes his childhood best friend. Now Jake is forced to ask “Could I have saved him?” With help from a few new friends, he embarks on a journey to live a life of purpose, knocking down the sacred social barriers of high school life and befriending a loner, Johnny Garcia. But When Johnny’s life soon spiral’s out of control, will Jake have what it takes to stop him from the same tragic end? Can one person really make a difference?
30 Jul 2010
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Transcript by Newsy BY KYRSTEN SKULBORSTAD Watch multisource sports news from Newsy It was a three-peat for Auburn quarterback Cam Newton Thursday as he won three of the most prestigious awards in college football -- placing him as USA Today’s official front-runner in the race for the Heisman trophy. According to Sports Illustrated, Newton has accounted for 49 touchdowns, and is both the nation's pass-efficiency leader and the SEC's rushing leader. Despite his standout stats, the continuing shroud of pay-for-play accusations against Newton and his father, have made some skeptical. On ESPN, The Orlando Sentinel’s Mike Bianchi explains why Newton should be off voter’s ballot. BIANCHI: “The first sentence in the Heisman trophy mission statement says ‘annually recognizes the outstanding college football player whose performance pursues excellence with integrity.’ And in my opinion, Cam Newton is the best player in college football, but he’s not the most outstanding player who’s pursued excellence with integrity. The Heisman trophy is the most coveted award in all of sports, and after the Reggie Bush fiasco last year, I think Heisman trophy voters oughtta be darn careful who they vote for.” So, how exactly do the Heisman voters pick their winners? On Fox Sports, Charles Davis gives viewers a peak into his playbook. DAVIS: “I go by, is this person eligible by NCAA rules? Is he eligible by his school rules? Is he eligible by his conference rules? If so, then he has a chance to be on my ballot. If anything comes out after that, so be it, we’ll deal with it then. But I can’t un-ring a bell by voting against a guy, by evidence we don’t know is true or not, and later on we find out it wasn’t true, and now we can go back and recall the vote. So, I’m voting on the basis of Cam Newton is eligible, and let’s see how the chips fall.” And according to commentators on CNN, those chips will fall right in Newton’s lap. T.J. HOLMES: “There is no mystery at all about what’s going to happen Saturday night in New York. The Heisman trophy is going to be handed out, and it’s going to go to Cam Newton. …” RAFER WEIGEL: “He won three awards, The Walter Camp, Maxwell and O'Brien award for the top quarterback. So, all of these allegations are not affecting the way voters vote for him. Six writers said they would not vote for him for the Heisman. Well you got 950 votes. It’s not going to make a difference.” But Third Age points out one candidate it deems more Heisman-worhty than Newton -- Stanford’s standout quarterback -- Andrew Luck. He’s predicted to be the number one pick in the NFL draft. California coach Jeff Tedford whose team was trounced by Luck and company said... “[Luck is] a class act and he's the best quarterback in the country. I look at him as a complete guy." So, what do you think? Will Newton win the Heisman -- should he? Get more multi-source news analysis on Newsy****.
14 Dec 2010
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy. Lawmakers in the House just bought two more weeks in a game of kick the can down the road. The price of avoiding a government shutdown? $4 billion. In budget cuts, that is. The temporary emergency funding resolution passed late Tuesday will keep the lights on in Washington after the current -- temporary -- funding resolution expires Friday. (VIDEO FROM C-SPAN) And despite Tea Party demands - President Obama’s health care law IS funded in the measure -- just for the next two weeks though. For The Huffington Post’s Dan Froomkin - that’s the story: Tea Party ideals versus establishment Republicans’ need to compromise with Democrats. “Tea Party leaders ... hotly demanded that the members of the caucus not settle for anything less than defunding the Obama health care law... And they made it clear Republicans who don't stand firm will face primary opponents in 2012.” But most of the House Tea Party caucus voted for the measure - despite policy disagreements about funded programs like health care. Slate’s David Weigel says - that’s probably a sign that in the end -- a cut is a cut -- no matter where it comes from. “The vote … hinted at how much concern Republicans had about spending cuts even if they didn't hit all the right policy notes. Only six Republicans [voted against it].” But it’s not over ‘til the Senate says it is -- and that vote happens later Wednesday. As CNBC’s John Harwood reports - no matter what happens there -- keep in mind this two week funding resolution means lawmakers still don’t have a plan for keeping government running past late March. “That puts off the threat of a shutdown til later this month, but it doesn’t end that threat because you still have difficult negotiations between the House which has called for $61 billion in cuts through the rest of this fiscal year, and the Senate, and the White House.” To deficit hawk Republicans - The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin suggests rather than work on one budget for the rest of the year -- why not keep doing the two-week temporary funding thing? “Wouldn’t a fight every two weeks between Republicans wanting to cut spending and Democrats refusing to make cuts be a boon to the GOP? … It’s an odd way to run the government, but a series of short-term extensions ... sounds like a nightmare for the White House and the Democratic congressional leadership. There could be no better illustration of the Democrats’ defense of the big-government status quo.” But while Rubin surveys the political spoils - TIME’s Jay Newton-Small says in the end -- nobody wins. And that end - by the way - is a long ways away. GOP leaders want to cut $61 billion through the rest of this fiscal year. “The stopgap agreement does little to resolve the underlying conflict. … these cuts are low hanging fruit. Republicans and Democrats have some bitter fights coming ... Which means, that though Republicans have won this battle, the war over the size and role of government is far from over.” Far, far from over -- reports CNN’s Briana Keilar. “There are, unlike this short term bill - tons of cuts in there that Democrats don’t like, that really undercut Democratic priorities. … trying to see if they can come to a compromise, and they might not be able to do it. There may have to be another short term measure to keep kicking the can down the road until they can reach an agreement.” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
5 Mar 2011
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