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April 15th, 2017- "Patriots Day Rally" in Berkeley, CA. was the site of the massive beat-down of anti-fa communists at the hands of Pro-Free Speech & Pro-America Patriots. Video provided by: https://wearechange.org/ Original Speed/Thrash Metal Song "Impaled Souls" provided by me: https://soundcloud.com/vince-116/impaled-souls
Video courtesy: http://www.youtube.com/user/MilesMathews, CalTV - http://www.caltv.org/ and http://www.youtube.com/user/caltvinfo U.S. police in riot gear have clashed with student protesters at the University of California, Berkeley, after they refused to dismantle their camp. Tents were erected following a march against tuition fee increases for students - which was part of the broader Occupy Wall Street movement. Several activists were arrested, some were beaten by police with batons. RT on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com RT on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews
Check out the special Cal Day Berkeley Beat special with CalTV's Aaron Thiele and Allie Green as they give you the latest on the Berkeley's Cal Day and more! Credits Reported by: Aaron Thiele, Allie Green Produced by: Gaby Avila Filmed by: Jerry Lung, Katherine Cho Edited by: Raul Aquino
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Check out the latest episode of Berkeley Beat with CalTV's Clémence Robineau, Jennifer Kao and Vivian Xie as they give you the latest on the Berkeley Dance Marathon, Red Bull Challenge, and more! Credits Reported by: Clémence Robineau, Jennifer Kao, Vivian Xie Produced by: Gaby Avila Filmed by: Christina Delgado, Skylar Economy, Charles Murray, Katherine Cho, Melody Nakazawa, Amy Ma Edited by: Raul Aquino
Check out the latest episode of Berkeley Beat with CalTV's Gaby Avila, Michelle Wu, and Vivian Xie as they give you the latest on University alliance program, Cloyne referendum and more. Credits Reported by: Gaby Avila, Michelle Wu, Vivian Xie Produced by: Gaby Avila Filmed by: Jerry Lung, Lana Lam, Amy Ma, Katherine Cho Edited by: Raul Aquino
One the most fun tango performances.
Ann Coulter canceled her speech at Berkeley but wins anyway. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell you how she beat Berkeley. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. https://www.tytnetwork.com/go “Ann Coulter said Wednesday that she is canceling her planned speech at the University of California, Berkeley, because she had lost the backing of conservative groups that had initially sponsored her appearance. Ms. Coulter, in a message to The New York Times, said, “It’s a sad day for free speech.” Despite insisting that she would go to Berkeley regardless — even after the university said it could not accommodate her on the date and time it had initially scheduled her because of threats of violence — Ms. Coulter said she did not see how she could go for...
Cal TV's Denesha Williams gives you the latest on what's happening on Cal's camus. Join her as she explores commencement's keynote speakers, the future of e-books, the new Sheng Kee bakery, and much more. Credits Reported by: Denesha Williams, Sonia Koroleva Produced by: Denesha Williams Filmed by: Jerry Lung, Andrea Flores, Quinn McLean, Adriel Olmos Edited by: David Mai
At this point, I am only doing this to spread the word. Fuck these anarchists, and I would seriously like to see them actually fight someone without a lynch mob to back them up. 1 on 1 fights, and I would pay to see these skinny beta fucks last one minute in the ring.
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The Beat - Full Concert Recorded Live: 5/24/1980 - Berkeley Community Theatre (Berkeley, CA) More The Beat at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault: http://goo.gl/DUzpUF Setlist: 0:00:00 - You Go Down 0:04:57 - Let's Go 0:06:56 - Work-A-Day World 0:10:00 - I Think She Knows 0:12:34 - Trapped 0:15:34 - Cryin' Won't Help 0:18:56 - Dreaming 0:22:41 - Rock 'N' Roll Girl 0:25:03 - On The Highway 0:31:36 - Will You Listen 0:37:29 - I Don't Fit In 0:40:41 - Look But Don't Touch
First person view of the Trump vs Antifa riots and fights. Lots of blood. Best way to see what it's like to be down on the streets in the middle of a riot, and to witness Antifa getting chased out of town. www.facebook.com/patriotprayerUSA Music Rock Hard by Bill Walker
Dr. Richard Swart directs the research program in Entrepreneurial and Social Finance at UC Berkeley. He also is a partner and directs research for Crowdfund Capital Advisors, the world's leading advisory firm in Crowdfunding and Alternative Finance. He is an acknowledged thought leader on crowdfunding and works closely with Jason Best and Sherwood Neiss, the Principals at Crowdfund Capital Advisors on projects. They recently recently released the World Bank White Paper on crowdfunding as well as the first major study of the impact of Crowdfunding on companies. See more on http://crowdfundbeat.com/
Grateful Dead August 21, 1972 Berkeley Community Theater - Berkeley, CA Set 1: The Promised Land He's Gone Black Throated Wind Friend Of The Devil Jack Straw China Cat Sunflower ~ I Know You Rider Me & My Uncle Sugaree Beat It On Down The Line Stella Blue 59:20 (sooo goood) Playing In The Band Brown Eyed Women Mexicali Blues Casey/Jones Set 2: Greatest Story Ever Told Ramble On Rose Dark Star ~ El Paso ~ Space ~ Deal Sugar Magnolia Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo Uncle John's Band One More Saturday Night
(THE BAY- August 25, 26, & 27) -- The general theme of the weekend protests over the events in Charlottesville (and the comments by The Orange Man In The White House) was Peace & Love. I estimate about 10,000 people showed up in San Francisco and Berkeley to show their support for Heather Heyer, Black Lives Matter, and to demand the impeachment of the “President.” There were representatives from all the mainstream social justice groups, but most of the crowd seemed unaffiliated. However, once again, the news is about the protesters, rather than the message. While it is somewhat gratifying to see so many EuroAmericans showing up to support the cause, I am skeptical about the effectiveness of these amorphous types of protests. As you can see from the video, the event was 90% party and 10% ...
A. R. Rahman performed with and was paid tribute to by Berklee College of Music students at Symphony Hall, Boston, on October 24, 2014. This video is a highlight compilation from the concert featuring students in The Berklee Indian Ensemble and The Berklee World String Ensemble. The featured songs are: 00:00.000 - Rahman enters 00:28.725 - Bombay Theme - Continuum solo 01.20.095 - Bombay Theme - layth violin solo 02:38.291 - Chaiyya Chaiyya 03:09.905 - Romantic Medley - Uyire 04:00.024 - Romantic Medley - Thanda 06:05.365 - Desi Things 06:58.728 - Thee Thee - Mohini bass solo 07:42.878 - Thee Thee - Prasanna guitar solo 08:16.983 - Thee Thee - ending 09:16.878 - Lagaan 10:39.420 - Slumdog Millionaire - part 1 11:36.070 - Slumdog Millionaire - Part 2 - konnokol 12:17.478 - Vinn...
The Wireless Association v. City of Berkeley San Francisco, California September 13, 2016 Watch The Federal Appeals Court Hearing on Berkeley Cell Phone "Right to Know" Law This the hearing considering whether to overturn the district court's decision that denied the CTIA's request for an injunction to block Berkeley’s cellphone ordinance. The case is CTIA-The Wireless Association v. City of Berkeley et al., case number 16-15141. The CTIA is represented by former Solicitor General Theodore Olson, and the City is represented by Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessig. Learn more about cell phone radiation and health at http://ehtrust.org/
Subscribe : http://bit.ly/1QI1Xhg https://www.discogs.com/Daniel-Schmidt-And-The-Berkeley-Gamelan-In-My-Arms-Many-Flowers/release/9100496 Label: Recital - Recital Seventeen Genre: Folk, World Style: Gamelan, Experimental Year: 2016 00:00 And The Darkest Hour Is Just Before The Dawn 12:32 In My Arms, Many Flowers 19:48 Ghosts 33:47 Faint Impressions
Beat Notes: From the Rat Bastards to the Mission School Natasha Boas, curator, art historian and critic Wed., Jan. 25, 12-1:30 pm Thinking Through the Arts and Design at Berkeley: California Countercultures Natasha Boas Ph.D. is an independent curator, art historian and critic based in San Francisco and Paris. Trained in 20th century Modernist avant-garde movements such as Dada, Surrealism and the Collège de la Sociologie, she has continued her investigations of subcultures, outsider artists and emerging art movements with such original essays as “A Partial and Incomplete Oral History of the Mission School” for the exhibition catalog Barry McGee (BAMPFA and D.A.P 2012), as curator and essayist for Energy that is All Around: Mission School (Chronicle Books and San Francisco Art Institute,...
Label: Big Beat Records – CDWIKD 153 Format: CD, Compilation, Mono, Stereo Country: UK Released: 1995 Psychedelic Rock Songlist: 01 Country Joe & The Fish - Thing Called Love 02 Country Joe & The Fish - Section 43 03 Frumious Bandersnatch - Hearts To Cry 04 Frumious Bandersnatch - Misty Cloudy 05 Mad River - A Gazelle 06 Mad River - Orange Fire 07 Mad River - Windchimes 08 Notes From The Underground -Where Does Love Go 09 Notes From The Underground - Down In The Basement 10 Notes From The Underground - What Am I Doing Here 11 Notes From The Underground - Got To Get Out Of This Dream 12 Notes From The Underground - You Don't Love Me 13 Notes From The Underground - Let Yourself Fly 14 Notes From The Underground - Where I'm At Today * All materials presented on this channel are copyrighted...