DIY Room Divider

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This DIY room divider or privacy screen is made out of 1/2″ EMT conduit, fabric from old curtains and scrap pieces of 2×2. Open-plan apartments are rising in popularity and, while it is great to have the feeling of openness, it is nice to keep a semblance of privacy. In this design, the divider can be as simple or as ornate as you wish it to be. You can add or subtract panels if need be. The height and width can also be changed depending on your space. This project is beginning level for building and for sewing.

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Vintage Church – Jesus Video #1

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In Spring of 2003, Vintage21 Church in Raleigh, NC had a four week series on Jesus Christ, taking a deeper look at what He said and did. It was difficult at times to get past our preconceived notions that had been developed by staunch, starched Sunday School classes of old. This is a satirical look at what some people think Jesus is like. Thank goodness He’s not.

The Incredibles (Part 2) | Incredible Family | Pastor Tom Van Kempen | Bethel Church

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Pastor Tom Van Kempen continues our summer series titled “The Incredibles” by continuing last weeks message “Incredible Family”

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The Dan Martin Band – “Tenkiller” – Live @ The Colony – Tulsa, Ok

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The Dan Martin Band plays their song “Tenkiller” live at The Colony in Tulsa, Oklahoma … 4/29/16 …

Lead Vocals/Rhythm Guitar – Dan Martin
Lead Guitar – Stephen Lee
Fiddle – Nick Gedra
Bass – Jake Flint
Drums – Blake Lankford

Durham NC walk to work w/ Clarion Content Editor Aaron Mandel – Sights On The City Episode 25

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This week Aaron Mandel takes us on a walk though Durham. From ninth street to Durham’s DIY district.


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Friday Revival with Bishop Nii Apiakai Tackie-Yarboi in Dallas, TX

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Unbelief has been diagnosed by our Lord Jesus Christ as a serious condition that can impede our ability to accomplish great things and mighty miracles. Victory Bible Church International Presiding Bishop N.A. Tackie-Yarboi hence delivers to VBCI Dallas a message urging them to break the cycle of unbelief and start considering God FIRST!

Winter Time in the City! | Visiting the Opera, Practicing, Dim Sum Time! | Vlog #7 | Sumina Studer

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Happy Holidays, everyone! 🎄

As the countdown for Christmas was happening, I wanted to show you what I was up to in New York City!
I go to the Met, help my roomie film her food video, and spend lots of time recentering myself.

A lot has happened this past year and I am so grateful for all experiences, good and bad, to have made me the person I am today. I want to thank you all for your support throughout this past year and making it yet another unforgettable one. I wish you all the best for your Christmas if you celebrate it, and a wonderful start to the New Year! 😚



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Judas Priest – Live In Falls Church – 1979.02.28.

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Louie’s Rock City, Falls Church, USA, 28th February 1979

Track listing:

1. Exciter
2. Running Wild
3. Delivering the Goods
4. Hell Bent for Leather
5. Beyond the Realms of Death
6. Rock Forever
7. Victim of Changes
8. The Green Manalishi
9. Evil Fantasies
10. White Heat, Red Hot
11. Starbreaker
12. Tyrant

Venue and date: Louie’s Rock City, Falls Church, USA, 28th February 1979

Ku Klux Klan – A Secret History

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Documentary detailing the history of the Ku Klux Klan. A racist far right extremist movement founded in 1866 which reached unprecedented popularity during the early part of the ‘Jim Crow’ era in U.S.A. The Organization went on to gain international popularity and still exists today. Includes footage relating to the Ku Klux Klan involvement in the ‘Freedom Riders’ Civil Rights Protests & the Alabama Church Bombings.

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Unrest affects vistor numbers to world’s oldest working Christian monestary

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St. Catherine, Sinai, Egypt, 14 January 2014
1. Mid of the monastery
2. Wide of the monastery
3. Wide of a mosaic wall at the entrance of the monastery
4. Close of a painting of St. Catherine’s hand, pan up to a close of her face
5. Wide of a tempera painting on wood of St. Catherine in the monastery’s museum
6. Mid of a painted drape showing the angels taking St. Catherine to Mount Sinai
7. Wide of Father Justin walking in the monastery
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Father Justin, Monastery librarian
“We have the original dedication to the burning bush, to the prophet Moses, to the prophet Elijah, the later dedication to the transfiguration but because the relics of St. Catherine were brought to the church here after her martyrdom many pilgrims came here from the West purely out of veneration for St. Catherine and they’re the ones who began calling the monastery St. Catherine’s monastery. The formal name of the monastery is still the sacred and imperial monastery of the God Trodden Mount of Sinai but the popular name is St. Catherine’s monastery.”
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St Catherine, Sinai, Egypt, 15 January 2014
9. Wide of tourists entering the monastery
10. Mid of tourists entering the monastery’s church
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St Catherine, Sinai, Egypt, 14 January 2014
11. Wide of the apse in the church
12. Wide inside the church before the crowd comes in
13. Wide of a corridor inside the church, a monk walks past
14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Father Justin, Monastery librarian:
“We can have five hundred Russians here every single day and all of them know of the veneration of imperial Russia for St. Catherine. We have many gifts given by the emperors and empresses of Russia and even if they don’t know much about the monastery when they come here, they see these imperial donations, they realise that Sinai is a place where Russians have been coming for centuries and they have an enthusiasm for the place. So they all come here because it is a place of Russian pilgrimage, but also out of love for St. Catherine.”
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St. Catherine, Sinai, Egypt, 15 January 2014
15. Wide inside the church
16. Mid of an icon of St. Catherine, two Russian tourists step in
17. Mid of the apse in the church dedicated to Jesus Christ pan down to mid of two tourists praying
18. Wide of monks and tourists during the church service
19. Wide of Russian orthodox tourists queuing to see what is believed to be St. Catherine’s mummified hand
20. Mid of Russian orthodox tourists looking at St Catherine’s hand
21. Close of St. Catherine’s hand
22. Close of St. Catherine’s hand
23. Wide of tourists leaving the church after venerating the hand
24. Wide inside the church after the veneration of St. Catherine
25. Wide of the exterior of the church
26. Wide outside the monastery, tourists walk past souvenirs that local Bedouin are selling
27. Wide outside the monastery as tourists enter the site
28. Close of St. Catherine’s face on an icon in the museum
29. Mid of an icon of St. Catherine
A well known Egyptian monastery is one of many attractions that has seen tourism fall due to the ongoing political unrest.
St. Catherine’s Monastery in the South Sinai has a rich history, with many important multicultural icons and works of art on display.
A UNESCO World Heritage site, Saint Catherine’s Monastery lies at the foot of Mount Sinai in the Egyptian region of the South Sinai.
Founded in the 6th century, it is described by UNESCO as “the oldest Christian monastery still in use for its initial function”.
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C-SPAN Cities Tour – Bakersfield: Mark Arax “West of the West”

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Hear the story of the Black Okies –a group of African Americans that migrated to rural California from the South, following the cotton trail West from author and former Los Angeles Times writer Mark Arax in his book “West of the West”.