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These are the top 5 tallest buildings in Omaha, Nebraska. I hope you enjoy the video and don't forget to like and subscribe! Music Credits: All music in this video is from NoCopyrightSounds (NCS) Picture Credits: All pictures in this video are from Bing Images
Super Ghost performing "Really Really Big Tall Buildings" at Sofar Omaha on August 22nd, 2015 Click here to come to a show in your city: http://www.sofarsounds.com/signup For a new gig every day, along with playlists, features and more, subscribe to Sofar here: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToSofar (Sofar Sounds Omaha, Show #1990) Find us on Facebook and Twitter for more information - http://www.facebook.com/sofarsounds http://twitter.com/Sofarsounds http://www.facebook.com/sofarsoundsomaha http://twitter.com/sofaromaha http://instagram.com/sofaromaha Artist: Super Ghost http://superghostnoise.bandcamp.com http://www.facebook.com/SuperGhostBand http://twitter.com/superghostnoise http://www.instagram.com/superghostnoise Filmed by: Bridget McQuillan & Chris Dinan Edited by: Molly Misek http:/...
Kristi Andersen reports.
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I was downtown and had some time to kill so I shot some video of the buildings. The light from the sun looked select taking select really good on a few buildings so I shot those and a couple other. This footage is from my cheap little high def camera, it does not do too bad sometimes. The weather that day was unseasonably warm. It was a nice opportunity to get some video instead of taping myself talking. I hope you all enjoy.
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Investigation at Fort Omaha 1997: in 1979 we were invited to Fort Omaha to investigate possible paranormal phenomena. After approximately 3 weeks of investigating one of the buildings at the Metropolitan Community College located at Fort Omaha we discovered several spirits inside one of the buildings. The investigation was cut short after the Omaha World Herald discovered that there was an investigation going on at the campus. At that time the president of Metropolitan Community College at the Fort Omaha campus decided to end the investigation citing fear of negative publicity.
The non-profit says the controversy and timing made them realize they needed a longer planning period to figure out their needs.
Video from Jan 2003 Int'l Society of Explosive Engineers (ISEE) conference in Las Vegas. It is one of four such "year end highlight videos" produced by Protec/Implosionworld for the annual conference between 1999 & 2003. Approximately 70 implosions from 2002 are seen through our photographer's unique persective... which sometimes involved losing a few cameras. Unfortunately the ISEE eventually alienated the structural blasting component of the society, so these highlight videos were discontinued. Implosionworld's footage is now mostly seen on Discovery Channel and Nat Geo documentaries, etc. NOTE: 9/11 conspiracy folks & politicos save your time, this is not your forum. All 'truther' comments will be removed & accts blocked. Just enjoy the video.... . .
Intertwine Interactive viewing potential office buildings
2015 AIA Preservation Award Winner is Hughes Iron Motor Company in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Designed by Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture. Our jurors said: This project set an impressive standard by finding ways to preserve the buildings more industrial/garage history while adapting it for a drastically different use and at the same time meeting the Secretary of the Interior's Standards. Every inch of this project was thought out -- finding a reuse for historic elements that had to be moved, capturing the grease and oil stained floors and making them a focal point, even leaving the pockmarked walls in the commercial spaces. The Hughes Irons Motor Company is a remarkable transformation while maintaining a clear connection to the history of the space -- an impressive feat for sure.
Todd Andrews reports.