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A semi-retired DJ s helping bring back the vinyl record. James 'Jimmy' Rugami's customers are few and far between but they come from all over the world, searching for his unique trove of records. His collection spans the greats of Africa's roaring 70s when genres like benga, soukous and disco ruled the dance floor
Kenya Believe It? African Art Collector's $10 Million Secret Hoard SUBSCRIBE: We upload a new incredible video every weekday. Subscribe to our YouTube channel so you don't miss out: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj WATCH on our Barcroft TV Website: http://www.barcroft.tv/african-art-collection-worth-ten-million-brooklyn-new-york AN AFRICAN art collection worth a staggering $10 MILLION has been uncovered in a notorious area of New York. Eric Edwards from Bedford-Stuyvesant - a neighbourhood made famous by rappers Jay Z and Biggie Smalls - has collected more than 1,600 artefacts over the last 44 years. The 68 year old, who travelled the world to acquire his collection, now hopes to share it with the world by opening up a museum to celebrate African culture. Eric was introduced to African art and cultu...
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A New York man has made it his life's work to collect art from across the continent of Africa. Eric Edwards has been gathering African artifacts for decades - and keeping them all at home. But now he wants his valuable collection to reach a wider audience. CCTV's Lorna Shaddick reports.
Subscribe to FIGHTLAND on YouTube: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Fightland Ten years ago Shaun Smith was an enforcer for one of the biggest crime families in Liverpool and embroiled in a war against a rival drug gang. Shaun introduced urban terrorism to the British underworld. He sprayed up houses with machine guns, tortured people and used homemade napalm to firebomb his enemies. Today, after a spell of five years in prison for firearms offences, he is trying to transfer those skills to the legal economy by working as a debt collector in the northern English satellite town of Warrington. Check out more episodes from Rule Britannia here: http://bit.ly/1kCmmkN Check out the Best of VICE here: http://bit.ly/Rule-Britannia Subscribe to VICE here! http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out o...
Prince Yemisi Shyllon, Collector and Founder, Omooba Yemisi Adedoyin Shyllon Art Foundation, Lagos; Bruce Campbell Smith, Collector, Cape Town Moderator: Bomi Odufunade, Director, Dash & Rallo Art Advisory, London/Lagos Date: Friday, June 19, 2015, 5pm to 6pm Filmed on site at Art Basel in Basel 2015
The WarkaWater Tower, which is easy and cheap to construct, uses no electricity and has the ability to produce up to 25 gallons of water in a day by capturing condensation and could be the answer to water scarcity in parts of the world that have little to no access to water. The design was influenced by his witnessing of the extreme conditions Ethiopian villagers have to undergo to get to water, and he hopes to install two towers there by 2015. We look at how the tower could address the issue of water scarcity, in this Lip News clip with Lissette Padilla and Mark Sovel. http://thelip.tv/show/the-lip-news/ More Playlists from TheLipTV: Newest Lip News playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I16Y1858IdE&list=PLjk3H0GXhhGcjJDo6cQBCQprDMQyUQY3r&index=1 BUZZSAW interview clips - https://w...
Deep in the Congo forests, Tete defies death by scaling a giant tree using nothing more than a liana vine, and he must then negotiate an angry swarm of bees - all to collect honey for his family. John Hurts narrated the visually stunning Human Planet, an awe-inspiring, jaw-dropping, heart-stopping landmark series that marvels at mankind's incredible relationship with nature in the world today. Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://bit.ly/ydxvrP Visit http://www.bbcearth.com for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos BBC Earth Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bbcearth (ex-UK only) BBC Earth Twitter http://www.twitter.com/bbcearth BBC Earth YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/BBCEarth This is a channel from BBC Worldwide who help fund new BBC programmes.
Vinyl records are making an unexpected global comeback after almost disappearing in the early 2000s. And in Kenya, one man has put together a collection that would be the envy of any music enthusiast. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/
Please visit http://stores.ebay.com/ultrarocks to purchase crystals I've found This video is only intended for people with the crystals from this pocket, thats why the video is a bit boring and I'm numbering all the pieces. All the piece from this pocket has been sold or given away, but I have several more pockets available in the future like this. Please visit http://stores.ebay.com/ultrarocks to purchase crystals I've found
Farmer N'Da Alphonse grows cocoa and has never seen the finished product. "To be honest I do not know what they make of my beans, " says farmer N'Da Alphonse. "I've heard they're used as flavoring in cooking, but I've never seen it. I do not even know if it's true." vpro Metropolis was a video project by Dutch broadcast organisation vpro, that ran from 2008 to 2015. Metropolis is made by a global collective of young filmmakers and TV producers, reporting on remarkable stories from their own country/city. We made a trip around the globe on one single issue: from local beauty ideals to Elvis impersonators, to what's it like being gay, or an outcast or a dog in different cultures. More videos and full episodes: www.metropolisweb.tv Visit additional youtube channels bij vpro broadcast: vpro...
The Maasai people of Kenya are known for their cattle-herding, nomadic lifestyle. But it's an existence that depends on access to adequate water for their herds and flocks. Lenny Ruvaga reports for VOA, on a "fog collector."
Traditional African art is making a comeback at auction. There’s a huge demand for masks and statues, which are fetching record prices. But this demand is fueling art theft and counterfeiting. Over the last 200 years, Africa has lost countless important cultural treasures. Thousands of them have ended up in museums, private collections and galleries. Masks and unusual cult objects have always attracted European collectors. What is new is that African art is now often bought as a purely speculative investment. New excavations in the Nok tribal lands in Nigeria have unearthed centuries-old art that was lost because there was no written culture there, yet today many Nok artifacts can be found in museums from Boston to Brussels. This documentary takes us to voodoo rituals in Togo, cult r...
Happiness strikes Coca-Cola Collector Hendrik Botha, the man regarded as the biggest Coca-Cola memorabilia collector in South Africa. Be sure to check out the end, when we surprise him with a gift on behalf of Coca-Cola! Video Production: www.bluemedia.co.za
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A new Kawaii Eraser from Japan - Bowling Set, Soccer Ball, Baseball & Basketball Youtube Fun Video for Babies, Kids, Families & Collectors An eraser, also called rubber in Australia, India, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa and the UK, from the material first used, is an article of stationery that is used for removing writing from paper. Erasers have a rubbery consistency and come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours. Some pencils have an eraser on one end. Typical erasers are made from synthetic rubber, but more expensive or specialized erasers are vinyl, plastic, or gum-like materials. Cheaper erasers can be made out of synthetic soy-based gum. Erasers were initially made for pencil markings, but more abrasive ink erasers were later introduced. The term is also used for things th...
African rituals and culture.The human culture in Africa is as old as the same race; and includes carvings in the Neolithic (10000 b.c.) period rock, petroglyphs (a type of linear works, most made by prehistoric people) glacial eras, hunters and collectors, in the meadows of the nomos of Egypt and the ancient Egypt, North Africa.