Yes! We’re Open: Sally Edwards

♪♪ Sally Edwards: You know, I don’t want to get to my finish line, I’m 71 years old and say, “Gee, I have all these regrets.” But rather I go inside of my heart which is the most important muscle that we have and I ask my heart, “What draws you forward?” And that lead…

Bejeweled Cowboy Boots | On the Road: Fort Worth

HOST: When ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visited Fort Worth, Texas, I knew we were in rodeo town. So I decided to visit the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame to see some stylish boots. EXPERT: I’m Diana Vela, I’m the Associate Executive Director of the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame. HOST: We are in,…

The Science of Marathon Running

[MUSIC] In 490 BC a Greek messenger named Pheidippides ran from the Greek town of Marathon to the capital Athens to deliver a message that the Greek army had just beaten back the Persians, and the distance between those two towns is 26.2 miles, and that’s the origin of the modern sporting event that we…

What do programmers actually do?

Thanks to YouTube for supporting PBS Digital Studios “recommendations” You’re saying “graham crackers” Okay, I’m Diana and you’re watching physics girl six years ago I started this YouTube channel with a video about what to do with a physics degree But the dirty truth is that I was leaving a job at the time working…

The Blind Shake | Young Carnival Waste | The Lowertown Line

[guitar plays; people applaud] [playing fast surf-punk beat] Fill my pockets with lead Gonna keep my family fed Keep that frame on the wall We’re not moving after all Zamboni days collide Shake that bottle outside A drowning man will confess Unless he really was the best Young carnival waste Young carnival waste Young carnival…

Episode #906 – 2017 HIKI NŌ Fall Challenge | Program

Broadcast of HIKI NŌ are made possible by the support of viewers like you! Mahalo! And by, Bank of Hawaii Foundation, Investing in Hawai’i’s future by promoting collaboration, critical thinking, and other 21st-Century skills though HIKI NŌ Aloha. I’m Emily Casey from Kalāheo High School in Windward O’ahu. And I’m Rylee Wojtala from ‘Ewa Makai…

How Daly City’s Filipino Mobile DJ Scene Changed Hip-Hop Forever | KQED Arts

Back then, every block had a DJ group. In one high school, there would be two DJ groups, sometimes, more than that. It was just such a groundbreaking thing to have that many DJ groups concentrated into one area. The joke is, every Filipino family must have a DJ within two degrees of separation, I…

Chris Francis: Shoes | KQED Truly CA

(energizing music) (upbeat music) – [Man] Yeah, I think it was starting today and it was nonstop. (people chattering faintly) – [Woman] Well, it’s a special occasion, this is a real– – It is, it’s an honor. It’s an honor to be here and to be shown in a museum. Many of the shoes are…

The Hidden Perils of Japan’s Gion Festival

The Gion Festival. The celebration has a surprisingly sad pedigree. In 869 A.D. the whole country was struck by plague. The emperor ordered the floats to be made, decorated with priceless art, and paraded through the city to appease the Gods. Though I think the musicians have the best seat in the house I’m told…