Albuquerque Journal Special Report On Feb. 2, 2009, a woman walking her dog stumbled across a human bone - the first of many in what would become one of the largest crime scenes in American history. At first, the pace was frantic. There were human remains to identify and a serial killer to catch.
Five years ago, Paul Ledman and his wife Colleen Myers decided to move their family to Portland from Cape Elizabeth. They wanted to be in the city, and they wanted to design a house with several missions in mind - it would be energy-efficient, provide rental income, be a solid investment in a desirable neighborhood and have a garage and an elevator so that they could age in place.
Mark FROLING, High Mowing class of 1986, founded Froling Energy in 2002. Based in Peterborough, NH, Froling Energy works with homeowners, schools, and commercial and industrial clients to design and install biomass heating systems. High Mowing's system, which was installed in the fall of 2014 by Froling Energy, can be powered by wood pellets, wood chips, liquid natural gas, or propane.No one buys a furnace because it matches the décor of the room. Boilers and furnaces are purchased because conventional wisdom says they must be bought, fed and maintained to stay warm. Imagine purchasing just the heat that warms your home instead of the costly equipment, the volatilely priced fuel that feeds it, and all the maintenance headaches that come with operating the system.
Documentary short film about musician Holly Bowling and the musical journey that led her to transcribe, perform, and record Phish songs and jams on solo piano. Follow Holly Bowling on Twitter @hollyjbowling Follow the filmmakers on Twitter @WeaverNFLF & @TweedTypewriter
A new Yale-led study estimates that there are more than 3 trillion trees on Earth, about seven and a half times more than some previous estimates. But the total number of trees has plummeted by roughly 46% since the start of human civilization, the study estimates.
A clip from the upcoming documentary "Getting There," Which is about blind wayfinding and urban design.
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"FLATLANDS OF NORTH DAKOTA" H. Rose/ M. Etzioni/ A. Wright Helen Rose- Vocals/ Tenor sax Max Kaplan- Clarinet/ Egg Shaker Molly Kaplan- Bass Dylan Cooper- Trashcan Drums Jonah Tolchin- Guitar Danny Roaman- National Resonator