A story set in the former Yugoslavia and centered on a guy who returns to Herzegovina from Germany with plenty of cash and hopes for a good new life.
The maiden voyage of Columbia, the first space shuttle, is recounted with footage shot on the ground and in space.
Climbing gently from the tidewater ports near Portland, Oregon is the Columbia River Gorge'a wide, flat-water river passage that provides access to the inland agricultural regions of Washington and Oregon and divides the two states along most of their border. It is a spot of unparalleled beauty that hosts two railroad lines: BNSF to the north and Union Pacific along the southern shore. In Columbia River Gorge Volume I: BNSF's Fallbridge Subdivision, Pentrex explored the BNSF side of the Gorge, heading east from Vancouver, Washington to the arid desert mountains near the John Day Dam. Now, in Volume 2, we jump across the river to head back west toward Portland following Union Pacific's Portland Subdivision.
From headwaters in Canada, the Columbia River flows over twelve hundred miles to the Pacific Ocean and for many of those miles it marks the boundary between the states of Washington and Oregon. Cutting through the Cascade Mountains, the river slices through an 80-mile stretch known as the Columbia River Gorge where the basalt mountains tower up to 4,000 feet above the water. Nearby dormant volcanoes such as Mount Hood and Mount Adams add to the incredible beauty of the Gorge area. Following the north bank of the river between Vancouver and Pasco, Washington is Burlington Northern Santa Fe's Fallbrook Subdivision. This is a prized site for railfans, offering spectacular vistas and nonstop railroading. Journey with Pentrex from Vancouver east to Maryhill along this scenic route and experience the variety of trains and motive power that ply this famous line.
The Canadian Coast Range is a humbling place. The range dwarfs both exceptionally large human beings and egos with its foreboding size. Norseman Productions follows Dave Treadway and Henrik Windstedt as they push into the range on snowmobiles in pursuit of big lines the Coast Range is never short of.
Its name derived from the world's most famous explorer, the space shuttle Columbia surveyed the heavens for more than 20 years - longer than any shuttle in NASA's fleet. Now, go inside the cockpit for the shuttle's final mission and meet the men and women who boldly went where so few had gone before. Follow the crew as they conduct scientific experiments in orbit - from studies on ways to treat bone loss, to the launch of a mini-spacecraft to better understand the Earth's climate - and join them as they grapple with working, sleeping and even eating in zero gravity. Get a unique glimpse into the final days of these seven brave astronauts - and learn why these passionate individuals risk everything to go into space.
A Columbia Pictures feature, featuring 4 unedited shorts, released between 1947-1956, featuring Shemp Howard.
Amtrak, BNSF & UP action on oppsite banks along the mighty Columbia River, which divides Washington and Oregon. This is rugged, highly scenic country, and both railroads put on great displays. BNSF is using some older power, including a number of warbonnets, while UP is using mostly newer power. Big time railroading in big time scenery.
The recounting of a terrible crime that wracked a family and galvanized police in South Carolina in the 1980's. Southern beauty pageant winner Dawn Smith is targeted by a sadistic stalker whose obsession with her leads him to kidnap her younger sister.
This picture shows the Columbia crossing the line, leading the Shamrock by about 1/2 mile. The Shamrock is plainly seen in the distance and she later comes up and crosses the line in the same picture.
A Dramatic Tour of Events was a worldwide tour by the North American progressive metal band Dream Theater, promoting their eleventh studio album. It was band's first tour with the new drummer Mike Mangini, who replaced Mike Portnoy after his sudden departure from the band in September 2010. The tour began July 4, 2011 in Rome, Italy and concluded September 1, 2012 in Brasília, Brazil.
MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILION Columbia, MD SET 1: Golgi Apparatus > Undermind, Julius, 555, Nothing, No Men In No Man's Land, Stash, David Bowie > Possum SET 2: Down with Disease -> Slave to the Traffic Light > Light -> Twist, Shine a Light, Fuego > Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley > You Enjoy Myself ENCORE: Backwards Down the Number Line  Lyrics changed to "Mike's head." Unfinished.
PHISH, SATURDAY 08/15/2015 MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILION Columbia, MD SET 1: Simple > Glide, Buried Alive > McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters > Roggae > Limb By Limb > Big Black Furry Creature from Mars > Your Pet Cat > Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Horn > Blaze On > Run Like an Antelope SET 2: Halley's Comet > 46 Days -> Bug > Steam > What's the Use? > Steam -> Piper -> Tweezer -> NO2 -> Tweezer > Walls of the Cave ENCORE: Sleeping Monkey > Tweezer Reprise  Marco Esquandolas lyric changed to "Gaktoidler Esquandolas."  Trey on megaphone.
Phish at Merriweather Post Pavilion - Webcast
Over Beautiful British Columbia is a spectacular scenic tour of Canada's Pacific province. Savor the grandeur of British Columbia as you join a helicopter adventure from elegant Victoria to rugged Fort Nelson, from the ski slopes of Whistler to the sun-drenched Okanagan shores, from the razor spine of Mount Robson to the primeval coast of the Queen Charlotte Islands.
Phish at Merriweather Post Pavilion - Webcast
Set 1: Simple, Glide, Buried Alive, McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters, Roggae, Limb By Limb, Big Black Furry Creature from Mars> Your Pet Cat> Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Horn, Blaze On, Run Like An Antelope Set 2: Halley's Comet, 46 Days, Bug, Steam> What's the Use> Steam, Piper> Tweezer> NO2> Tweezer, Walls of the Cave Encore: Sleeping Monkey, Tweezer Reprise
Officers and soldiers, followed by a military band, parade in front of decorated grandstands.
Two teams of artillery carriages, parading side by side past the grandstand during the inauguration ceremony of President McKinley in Washington DC.
NASA's space shuttle Columbia made its home on the outskirts of the atmosphere for more than 20 years before it finally retired. Take a rare glimpse inside the famous shuttle as it prepares for its last mission, along with the seven brave souls who helmed the craft through uncharted territory. Tag along as the crew carries out several scientific experiments while in space, and see what it takes to live in conditions of zero gravity.