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C  J  Chenier & the Red Hot Louisiana Band
 
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Recorded August 11, 2013 at Hygienic Art Park, New London, Connecticut for The Scope Magazine by William Shanley and Oshane Crowe. Closing set plus after-show interview C. J. Chenier. Clayton Joseph Chenier was born September 28, 1957 - the son of the great King of Zydeco, Clifton Chenier. C.J.'s father was the first Creole musician to win a Grammy Award. C.J. spent his childhood in the tough tenement housing projects of Port Arthur, Texas. His earliest musical influences were an eclectic mix of funk, soul, jazz and Motown, and his first musical instruments were piano, tenor saxophone and flute. It wasn't until his 21st birthday, after winning a scholarship and studying music at Texas Southern University, that C.J. first performed with his famous father and the legendary Red Hot Louisiana band. On the road his father showed him how to front a world class touring band - teaching C.J. how to run the family business and how to develop his lifelong passion for music into a career. When Clifton died in 1987 his son adopted the Red Hot Louisiana Band and recorded his debut album for the great American independent label Arhoolie Records. As he told a journalist at the time, he does not try to imitate his father's playing: "I play it the way I play it. All my father really told me was to do the best I could do with my own style." In the following years C.J. would record albums Slash Records and the legendary Chicago label Alligator Records. When Paul Simon recorded his 1990 album Rhythm of the Saints, he handpicked C.J. Chenier to play accordion (alongside Ringo Starr on drums) then asked him to join his "Born at the Right Time Tour". A few years later C.J. showed up as a guest on the Gin Blossom's "New Miserable Experience" album. C.J,'s 1995 appearances on the Jon Stewart Show and CNN brought C.J.'s music to his widest audiences yet. But all this attention didn't change his philosophy toward his music. "You go to a gig by a jazz band," he says, "and everybody's sitting down, sipping drinks. You play zydeco and you see shoes flying off. You can't come to my show and stay unhappy all night long. You're going to break a smile and stomp your foot before too long. This is happy music, and it makes you dance."
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Travis Gibbs RAW
 
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Travis Gibbs performs at RAW Connecticut's "ELEVATION" on July 31, 2013.
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SCOPE Exclusive Interview With Chris Murphy
 
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Produced and Interviewed By Ian C. Thomas Filmed and Edited by Andrew W Proctor On March 3, the Norwich Bulletin hosted a debate for the democratic senate candidates with their editor Ray Hackett serving as moderator. Chris Murphy, Susan Bysiewicz, and William Tong were the candidates.The debate itself was fairly standard stuff for democrats in this day and age. All the candidates hitting notes congruent with the current political climate: fight for the middle class, put the reins on wall street, cultivate small business, helping underwater homeowners and improving education. While they all had their own variations on the best methods to accomplish these things, there was nothing any one candidate said that was particularly new or innovative. For a more detailed recap, one would be best served to go to each candidate's website. Also, all the candidates stated that they would support military action in Iran, if they were convinced of an imminent threat by that country. Again, pretty standard stuff in today's political landscape. After the debate, we sought out each candidate for an interview to clarify so points on their positions that the editorial staff of The Scope thought to be pertinent for a better informed electorate. We asked each candidate the same five questions: 1) If elected, would you vote for an amendment to abolish corporate personhood? 2) If elected, would you vote for term limits on members of congress? 3) If elected, would you vote for the reinstatement of the Glass-Steagall Act? 4) If elected, would you vote to repeal HR 347? 5) If elected, would you vote to end congressional pensions? Murphy's answers paraphrased and analyzed: 1)Yes - he states that corporations should not have the same rights as individuals 2) No - "imposing term limits is, essentially, giving up on democracy" ... Perhaps. Or, maybe term limits would ensure that democracy actually occurs. 3) Unclear - A bit of a hedge here. He totes the Dodd-Frank reform bill and the "Volcker Rule" that instituted some regulation on the investment houses, but does not address the issues nearly as aggressively as the Glass-Steagall Act did, and did very effectively, for more than 60 years. For a full text of this act, instituted in 1932-3 in response the financial malfeasance that caused the Great Depression and repealed in 1999 under a Republican Congress and a Democratic Administration, follow this link: http://www.archive.org/details/FullTextTheGlass-SteagallActA.k.a.TheBankingActOf1933 For a summary, history and analysis, follow this link: http://www.cftech.com/BrainBank/SPECIALREPORTS/GlassSteagall.html And, furthermore, on the seventh of July, 2011, the bill HR 2451, which would reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act, was introduced. It is currently still in the committee process. Neither candidate interviewed knew about this bill. To find out more, follow this link: http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=h112-2451 4) Unclear - While he professes not to know the bill, and proclaims to err on the side of free speech, it did just pass through the House on February 28 and he voted for it. After reading the bill, in my opinion, it does not seem nearly as draconian as the initial rumors made it out to be. It does, however, create a gray area where citizens demonstrating against a politician could be arrested for exercising their first amendment rights. To read this bill that has now passed both the House and the Senate, and now sits on the president's desk, follow this link: http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=h112-347 For the voting record of the House and Senate, follow this link: http://www.govtrack.us/congress/vote.xpd?vote=h2012-73 5) No - he is not in favor of ending congressional pensions. This is consistent with his opposition to term limits. However, the philosophy cuts both ways. While his logic is consistent and makes sense in his context, the combination of congressional pensions with no term limits encourages politicians to make a career out of "public service" and retire on taxpayer money, never having to live under the legislation they create... Just a thought.
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The Scope Magazine's Conversation with William B. Shanley about the Newtown Massacre
 
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The Scope Magazine editor Ian Thomas and filmmaker and author William B. Shanley discuss the use of new perceptual tools of quantum physics to analyze how the mass slaying at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown Massacre manifested on December 14, 2012.
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#F29 Pfizer Protest (as covered by The Scope Magazine)
 
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Produced by Ian C. Thomas. Filmed and edited by Andrew W. Proctor, Marco Frucht and Ian C. Thomas. On February 29th, 2012, a group consisting of member belonging to various local branches of the Occupy Wall St movement joined forces to conduct a demonstration outside of Pfizer's headquarters in Groton, CT. This demonstration was carried out in conjunction with a nationwide movement of local OWS branches picketing outside whatever local manifestation of the corporate-legislative complex existed in their region. The stated purpose of this demonstration was to call attention to the presence and practices of the super-mega-lobbying firm known as ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council). ALEC enables large multinational corporations to pool resources and hire highly skilled lobbying firms (who usually have former public servants in their employ) with the explicit purpose of drafting legislation designed to further enrich and empower the corporate overlords and their minions. The protest in Groton was well-planned, even down to the arrests. A source close to the organizers explained that the organizers notified the police about a contingent of the group who chose to exercise an act of civil disobedience. While the organizers and police did not discuss the numbers explicitly, they agreed on protocols and established a policy of non-violence on both sides of the thin blue line. The group gathered at Eastern Point Beach between eight and nine a.m. By ten the group had moved down the street and begun to circumnavigate the campus. While the five mile circumference was a bit more than some had anticipated, all went well. By quarter past noon, the protestors completed the lap and coalesced by the main gate. At that time, their civilly disobedient contingent stepped forward to cross the thin blue line that Pfizer and the Groton City Police had established as the boundary between a lawful demonstration zone and trespassing on private property. As those arrested were packed into the back of the paddywagon, four or five of the females in that contingent sang songs of solidarity and laughed as the doors closed. For more information on ALEC and the OWS movement against the firm, please click on the link below: http://motherjones.com/mojo/2012/02/alec-occupy-wall-street-protest-f29
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Sincerely, The Streets Trailer (COMES OUT AUG 15TH)
 
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Head on over to http://www.writersblockink.org to grab a ticket for the show! Join us at New London High School on August 15, 2014 at 7pm or Saturday the 16th at 2 and 7pm to see compelling local theater!From the newsroom to the tough streets of New London, violence is an unstoppable epidemic. On every channel, the news reports violence, mass murders, and foreign conflicts. Yet it ignores and fails to analyze the war that is happening right in our back yards, on our streets and in our communities. Come see the latest Writer’s Block Production Sincerely, The Streets and join our characters on their journey through personal battles, pain, hope and redemption. Sincerely, The Streets is a riveting, interpretive play written, performed and produced primarily by the youth that looks critically and creatively at the culture in which we live today. From a blank page to the New London High School Stage the current class of 30 talented teens from across South Eastern CT have spent the last four weeks scripting a tragic yet real story of violence in this community and beyond. The students range in age from 10-17. Some were strangers to each other. Others were returning participants. Under the guidance of WBI founding members, they set aside any differences and came together to form a collective voice addressing an issue greater than their own selves. Writer’s Block Ink empowers the youth in the program to ignite minds and initiate social change. The title, ideas, and presentation of the performance all come entirely from the youth. They have all worked extremely hard producing content that deals with real and heavy topics. The professional staff members are greatly assisted by the ranks of advanced Writer’s Block participants known as Block Captains. A Block Captain is a young developing leader who has been an active member for more than two years. Naomi Jones helps to teach the acting class. Isaiah General has done a remarkable job in the production and writing department, helping generate and lead content development for both the script and pieces coming in for HüK Magazine -- a new community partnership project of Writer’s Block, which is set to debut with the summer performance. Zach Ackart has been an inspiration to all Block members and staff, enthusiastically jumping into any given task, class or DJ opportunity at an open mic while also staying late to help with video editing for the online portions of HüK. Emily Pratts has demonstrated tremendous leadership, responsibility and business savvy with her management of the Block Store. The Music Ensemble Class, led by Ariana Sampeur, has been one of the favorite classes of the summer. In this, the students learn many vocal techniques, such as harmonies and breathing, and how to incorporate instruments in accompaniment with their beautiful voices. All the Block captains work closely with the professional staff to develop and finalize the script for this summer’s production. The Writing Class, led by Creative Director and founding member Adriane Jefferson, wrote countless monologues, poems, and dialogue for the script, exploring the concepts of character development and script writing. This program enriches our youth as they touch on current social issues and cultivate their talents through the platform of creative arts. The professional staff and Board members of Writer’s Block Ink invite the community at large to come to the performance and support the youth of the region. Bring your family and friends! Tickets are now on sale Student: $10 Adults: $12 Call 860.442.5625, go to the paypal link on writersblockink.org, send a message via social media, or come visit us at 18 Masonic Street, New London 06320 to purchase tickets! Also, ask us about our HüK Magazine Home Delivery Special Option! Only $5.00! For Tickets, Click HERE: writersblockink.org/our_productions.php For a brief history of Writer’s Block Ink, click below: hukmag.com
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SHEDIM
 
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THE FRESH FARM PROJECT: A SCOPE FOCUS FEATURE
 
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http://www.freshnewlondon.org/ FOOD, RESOURCE, EDUCATION, SECURITY, HEALTH Our mission is to encourage and empower broad participation in the hands on transformation of our food system from what it is to what it ought to be: Healthy, Just, Sustainable, Accessible, Productive and Beautiful! We envision broad participation in and universal access to a robust, productive, equitable, healthful and sustainable local food system in New London, Connecticut. Practical agricultural projects will proliferate in our county; these will be vibrant and varied and well supported. They will include enterprises from seed to plate to generate money and jobs as well as educational and wellness programs to influence public health, community development, social justice and ecological stewardship. Healthy food will become the norm in our community as we help all people gain universal access to the opportunities, resources and knowledge necessary to eat well and live happily. New London ranks 154 out of 169 CT towns and cities in food security. FRESH New London is trying to change that! http://www.freshnewlondon.org/ Food: Resources, Education, Security, Health in New London (FRESH) has been working since 2004 to transform the food system from what it is to what it ought to be: healthful, universally accessible, sustainable, just and beautiful! Rooted in collaboration, a diverse group of community partners has been critical to our success. Since that time, a constellation of practical food and health related projects has been created with broad support from the region's Food Bank and other Emergency Food Providers, New London Public Schools and City Government, and a range of child and community based not-for-profits. In 2006 we developed the FRESH Advisory Board which consists of founding advisors, community members, partners, and youth, who steer FRESH and help network the organization throughout New London. A 2005 report by the Connecticut Food Policy Council ranked the City of New London 154th out of all 169 towns and cities in the state. (Community Food Security report) As one of the chief investigators of the report later commented, the city of New London was "weak on every indicator". This included the two most correlated with poor CFS: transportation/ access to food, and per capita poverty levels (which was ranked 163 of 169 total municipalities in the state). Also noted was New London's lack of access to food production resources (162 of 169) like commercial farms, C.S.A programs, and community garden spaces. Without the strong emergency food system which is in place (33 of 169), New London's rank would have been substantially worse. It was the lack of access to transportation or physical proximity to fresh produce (166 of 169 in the study) that inspired FRESH's original Mobile Market program, which has now grown to include partnerships with participating neighborhoods, allied agencies and private enterprises to distribute affordable healthy food to those who lack access. Our target populations are those most poorly served by the current food system: the young, elderly, those without much money, urban eaters, & small farmers. We find the food system an exciting place to focus our work exactly because it impacts so many aspects of life. Community benefits include improved public health, neighborhood beautification, opportunities for positive civic engagement and celebration, experiential education of ecological literacy, youth employment and leadership training, bolstering the local economy through agricultural production, processing, and marketing, as well as the priceless and re-emerging benefits that come from improved family nutrition, intimate knowledge of natural rhythms, and stewardship of natural resources. In early 2008 FRESH co-founded with community partners the Greater New London Farm to City Coalition (GNLF2C) which has convened multiple meetings of stakeholders, including consumers, local farmers, community gardeners as well as institutional buyers and brokers, to strategize and learn from each other- as well as conducting focus groups, surveys, engaging consultants and researching/studying the state of our food system and identifying future steps. At this time, FRESH is bringing new and old partners together to develop facilities and establish comprehensive programs that meet the food needs of low-income eaters, builds community leadership and skills, and generates resources towards our ultimate goal: a strong, sustainable, accessible, healthy, and just local food system.
Views: 238 HuK Magazine
Freedom 4 Ewa (Trailer)
 
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Sculptor, artist, and survivor Ewa Grochowska came to the Writer's Block in New London, CT to do a workshop with the kids of the program. In the full video, she talks in detail about her personal experience with domestic violence and abuse which is what her business, "Freedom4Ewa" is all about stopping. The full video will be uploaded on here soon!
Views: 92 HuK Magazine
TRAUMATIZED: State Trooper John G. Patterson at Monte Cristo Bookshop
 
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Introduction: John Patterson, State Police Troop E & Deborah Mandel, LPC, Editorial Assistant & Interviewer 2013 Release, Traumatized, is Officer Patterson's processing of his Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Initially, the book was begun as a dream journal at the behest of his therapist. He found it to be so beneficial, he continued to build writings into a book. Traumatized is a daring glimpse inside the mind of a first responder, a public servant whose code usually requires a strict stoicism and staunch reserve of emotion, regardless of the shocks inherent with the job. In the first six years of his career, two incidents occurred. This is the story of how he came to terms with that Trauma.
Views: 206 HuK Magazine
The Scope Magazine w John Torunski on WWII and Auschwitz - Part I
 
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John Torunski of New London, Connecticut shares his experiences of WWII and Auschwitz with The Scope Magazine contributor William Shanley in Part I of this four part conversation.
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SCOPE Exclusive Interview with Susan Bysiewicz
 
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Produced and Interviewed by Ian C. Thomas Filmed and Edited By Andrew W Proctor On March 3, the Norwich Bulletin hosted a debate for the democratic senate candidates with their editor Ray Hackett serving as moderator. Chris Murphy, Susan Bysiewicz, and William Tong were the candidates.The debate itself was fairly standard stuff for democrats in this day and age. All the candidates hitting notes congruent with the current political climate: fight for the middle class, put the reins on wall street, cultivate small business, helping underwater homeowners and improving education. While they all had their own variations on the best methods to accomplish these things, there was nothing any one candidate said that was particularly new or innovative. For a more detailed recap, one would be best served to go to each candidate's website. Also, all the candidates stated that they would support military action in Iran, if they were convinced of an imminent threat by that country. Again, pretty standard stuff in today's political landscape. After the debate, we sought out each candidate for an interview to clarify so points on their positions that the editorial staff of The Scope thought to be pertinent for a better informed electorate. We asked each candidate the same five questions: 1) If elected, would you vote for an amendment to abolish corporate personhood? 2) If elected, would you vote for term limits on members of congress? 3) If elected, would you vote for the reinstatement of the Glass-Steigel Act? 4) If elected, would you vote to repeal/defeat HR 347? 5) If elected, would you vote to end congressional pensions? Bysiewicz's answers paraphrased and analyzed: 1) Yes - with a follow-up to push for supreme court justices who would rule to overturn the Citizens United case that equated corporate cash supporting super-PACs with the individual's right to free speech. 2) Unclear - while she said she was reconsidering term limits, she did not declare her new position. Instead, we got her anti-lobbyist, anti-corporate cash sound-bite. 3) Yes - "Absolutely," she said. For a full text of this act, instituted in 1932-3 in response the financial malfeasance that caused the Great Depression and repealed in 1999 under a Republican Congress and a Democratic Administration, follow this link: http://www.archive.org/details/FullTextTheGlass-steagallActA.k.a.TheBankingActOf1933 For a summary history and analysis, follow this link: http://www.cftech.com/BrainBank/SPECIALREPORTS/GlassSteagall.html And, furthermore, on the seventh of July, 2011, the bill HR 2451, which would reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act, was introduced. It is currently still in the committee process. Neither candidate interviewed knew about this bill. To find out more, follow this link: http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=h112-2451 4) Unclear - she seemed to hedge her bets on this one. And, after reading the bill, in my opinion, it is not nearly as draconian as the initial rumors made it out to be. It does, however, create a gray area where citizens demonstrating against a politician could be arrested for exercising their first amendment rights. To read this bill that has now passed both the House and the Senate, and now sits on the president's desk, follow this link: http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=h112-347 5)Yes - after some consideration, she seemed to indicate that she would not be opposed to ending congressional pensions. However, on both the term limit and the pension question, she did not strongly declare a position on either. The combination of congressional pensions with no term limits encourages politicians to make a career out of "public service" and retire on taxpayer money, never having to live under the legislation they create... Want to ensure that democracy occurs while reducing unnecessary government spending? Impose term limits and eliminate congressional pensions. Just a thought.
Views: 209 HuK Magazine
City Fails To Evict Occupy New Haven
 
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Video by Marco Frucht
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The Scope Magazine w John Torunski on Auschwitz - Part II
 
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John Torunski of New London, Connecticut shares his experiences of Auschwitz with The Scope Magazine contributor William Shanley in Part II of this four part conversation.
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The Scope Magazine w John Torunski Part III: War Ends
 
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John Torunski of New London, Connecticut shares his experiences of WWII and Auschwitz with The Scope Magazine contributor William Shanley in Part III of this four part conversation.
Views: 220 HuK Magazine
Huk Radio show 1
 
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Travis Gibbs Part 1
 
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FREEDOM trailer - Sincerely, The Streets
 
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THE SINGLE DROPS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 13th, 6pm!! From the newsroom to the tough streets of New London, violence is an unstoppable epidemic. On every channel, the news reports violence, mass murders, and foreign conflicts; yet it continues to ignore the war that is happening right in our back yards, on our streets and in our communities. Come see the latest Writer’s Block Production Sincerely, The Streets and join our characters on their journey through personal battles, pain, hope and redemption. Sincerely, The Streets is a riveting interpretive play, written, performed and produced primarily by the youth involved, that looks critically and creatively at the culture in which we live today. Tickets are now on sale Student: $10 Adults: $12 Call 860.442.5625, go to the paypal link on writersblockink.org, send a message via social media, or come visit us at 18 Masonic Street, New London 06320 to purchase tickets! Also, ask us about our HüK Magazine Home Delivery Special Option! Only $5.00! For Tickets, Click HERE: writersblockink.org/our_productions.php To see a Behind-The-Scenes Trailer, Click HERE: http://youtu.be/yGtfK13jhco For a brief history of Writer’s Block Ink, click below: hukmag.com
Views: 45 HuK Magazine
The Scope Magazine on the scene brings you... RAW CT: ELEVATION
 
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The Scope Magazine covers... RAW CT: ELEVATION JULY 31st 2013 New Haven,CT @ The Russian Lady Artists interviews, performing arts, fashion and participant interviews
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THE RESIDENT ALIEN PROJECT (part 1) June 22, 2012.mov
 
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Another excursion into Sonic Art. A further exploration of the oscillations between chaos & rhythm, linguistics & music... More to follow. Captured Live by The Scope Magazine.
Views: 67 HuK Magazine
Maya Sheppard - Steaming Kettle Open Mic Performnce July 12, 2014
 
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Watch Maya Sheppard perform live at The 2nd Steaming Kettle Open Mic event in New London, CT
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THE WHALIES 2013: What is your favorite color?
 
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The scope magazine was on the scene and asking the tough questions at The Whalie Awards 2013.
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Ben Urwand 3
 
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CITY FOCUS WITH MARTY OLSEN: TVCCA (03-05-13)
 
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Deb Patterson and Brian Cosgrove join Marty to discuss various aspects of the TVCCA program.
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an experiment 2
 
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RESIDENT ALIEN SESSIONS, SPRING 2012 PART 1
 
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Rough cuts from Studio A...
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