The Raptors visit Drake to find Kawhi, who somehow went missing to an alternate dimension. New “Role Players” x Stranger (more…)
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Riders Republic™ Ski, snowboard, bike or wingsuit across a massive multiplayer playground. Available 25th February 2021 on current and next (more…)
Have you ever had a dream so vivid you knew it had to be real?
David Blaine redefines magic once again for an unprecedented live event at a time when the world could use a positive distraction. Bringing wonder, hope and untethered possibility, David tackles his most ambitious and revolutionary feat yet.
Sorry for no post last week, but I had some rehersals and stuff. Bet you didn’t expect a RATM (more…)
Freedom Cove is a rare and very special place. It’s a man-made floating island that acts as a homestead, (more…)
“The Earthing Movie: The Remarkable Science of Grounding” is directed by Sundance Award-Winning filmmakers Josh and Rebecca Tickell (The Big Fix, FUEL, etc). This is a feature-length documentary based on their viral short film entitled ‘Down To Earth,’ that reveals the scientific phenomenon of how we can heal our bodies by doing the simplest thing that a person can do…standing barefoot on the earth.
The winner of the Audience Award for Best Documentary at Dances With Films Festival, the film shares the Tickell family’s journey with the healing power of grounding, aka earthing, and the people they met and learned from along the way; featuring grounding pioneer Clint Ober, author Deepak Chopra M.D., actress/activist Amy Smart, author/activist Mariel Hemingway, cardiologist Dr. Stephen Sinatra, renowned healer Dr Joseph Mercola, engineer and physicist Gaetan Chevalier, PhD. and many others.
Over 20 peer-reviewed studies have shown that Grounding (Earthing) reduces inflammation…one of the most damaging internal biological processes that leads to chronic disease. So get out there and put your feet on the ground, and/or increase your grounding time indoors with grounding products. Your body and mind will thank you! Read up on all the studies and research at http://earthinginstitute.net
Edibles is another short film based on curiosity, weirdness, love for colors, desire to create something different, and a bit of an accident. People admire a fancy cuisine, but what if ordinary and plain food had something to say as well? What if it could dance or express the character. Playing with my dinner and observing the movements was the first idea and the centered torus shape was a common key for the choreography. Make sure to turn the sound on as I carefully paid attention to this detail as well. Enjoy!