N.S.E.W.: Start Up - Alpaca the Candles
Gary and the crew head to White City, Oregon to talk with Richard and Renata Gyuro, the founder of Alpaca's at Lone Ranch, an Alpaca farm and retail store. Then they head over to Garden Grove, California to meet up with Diosdado Velasquez, the founder of Natures Kindle, handcrafted soy candles.
N.S.E.W.: Start Up - Cheesy Effects
Gary and the crew head to Bandon, Oregon to talk with Greg Drobot and Daniel Graham, the co-founders of Face Rock Creamery, an artisan cheese factory and retail store. Then they head to Poway, California to talk with Brea Joseph, the owner of KBZ FX, a special FX make-up studio.
Count Me In
Pioneered in Chicago, participatory budgeting is rapidly spreading across the country and even the White House recently made it one of its key recommendations for open government. Count Me In highlights an innovative experiment in direct democracy that gives ordinary Chicagoans direct say over local public projects and monies.
N.S.E.W.: Start Up - Have a Beer Outdoors
Gary and the crew head to Portland, Oregon to talk with Ashley Rose Salvitti, the creator of Brewvana, a tour company of Portland's finest microbreweries. Then they head to Detroit, Michigan to talk to Candace Simons, founder of Brooklyn Outdoor, a unique outdoor advertising company.
N.S.E.W.: Start Up - Dinner and Apps
Gary and the crew head to Seattle, Washington to talk with chef Edouardo Jordan, creator of Salare, a farm to table restaurant with rave reviews. Then they head to Ann Arbor, Michigan to talk to Skye Durrant and Brandon Bertrang founders of LawnGuru, an online lawn service and mobile app.
Since its founding, the Communist Party, USA has championed the struggles for democracy, labor rights, women’s equality and racial justice. During its heyday, it attracted millions of Americans. American Reds explores the CPUSA's efforts to realize its vision of creating a society based on freedom, equality, justice and fraternity.
Feeling Good About America: The 1976 Presidential Election
By 1976, America was ready to select a new president who could close the book on an awful decade. Using a combination of archival clips and interviews, the film chronicles the race between Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, discussing how this presidential election was the last time in which the country wasn't polarized in the manner it is today.
POV: Thank You for Playing
When Ryan Green, a video game programmer, learns that his young son Joel has cancer, he and his wife begin documenting their emotional journey with a poetic video game. Follow Ryan and his family in creating "That Dragon, Cancer," which evolves from a cathartic exercise into a critically acclaimed work of art that sets the gaming industry abuzz.