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Just in time for Purim 2014 comes “The Reveal”, an all new music video that takes a giant leap forward in Jewish cinematography, turning back the clock to the golden age of cinema.
Starring Lipa Schmeltzer and Ari Lesser and featuring Zvika Bornstein as none other than Charlie Chaplin, The Reveal takes a look back in time at Purim of the past in order to drive home an important lesson.
The 10 jumbo screens of the American Eagle building broadcasted slogans encouraging teens to perform mitzvot and acts of goodness and kindness, accompanied by supporting footage of teens positively channeling their incredible energy at their local CTeen programs and at CTeen’s two-week traveling camp, CTeen Xtreme. The main screen displayed a live feed of Alex Clare’s stellar Havdalah service and concert, and peaked with a specially made video of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, the inspiration behind the Chabad Teen Network, speaking of the incredible power of youth.
The generation that once invented PacMan now runs a home for the elderly, complete with video game booths. Yet another example of Japanese video game makers moving towards an older demographic
Surfers may dream of the endless summer, but for snowkiting enthusiasts in Minnesota, the state’s worst winter in 30 years has been a chance to play. Jamie Yuccas reports on how they get a lift from the worst of winter.
Performance artists Ward Shelley and Alex Schweder are spending 10 days living in the installation called “In Orbit,” an over-sized hamster wheel
The Colorado Department of Transportation will unveil a first-of-their-kind series of advertisements aimed at preventing stoned driving. Barry Petersen reports on how the state is working to keep its roadways safe.
A new study, which will be published on Jan. 1 in the Journal of the American Medical Association, looked at whether Vitamin E could benefit patients who suffer from mild to moderate Alzheimer’s. Elaine Quijano reports on the study’s findings.
Researchers are trying to create the coldest spot in the universe. Why? Because they can! Also, because it can teach us a lot about quantum mechanics, and we could study what happens to light and matter on an atomic level. Anthony breaks down how creating a really cold place could potentially teach us more about the governing laws of the universe.