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Just in time for National Canadian Film Day, Episode #261 brings a conclusion to series one of Jack and Dylon's Daily Video Podcast and Dylon's crazy Easter egg hunt. Too bad you have to solve this really tough puzzle to enjoy the real episode #261! In the meantime we're on hiatus. Stay tuned to Whytes.tv  for the feature film version of our podcast! #CanFilmDay
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Well, thank goodness Easter has a Monday, as it took forever and a day to edit today's Easter Sunday Special Episode #260 of Jack and Dylon's Daily Video Podcast featuring new and old Easter postcards from our collection plus piles of bonus Easter Eggs for eagle-eyed viewers and potential Codebreakers!
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Manitoulin Fact, Fiction or Folklore? Episode #259 of Jack and Dylon's Daily Video Podcast​ delves into the myth behind “Cow Jumping” and one of the Island's unique urban legends which may have gone on to spur the Dairy Farmers of Ontario​ marketing department to create a bizarrely original youth oriented advertising campaign.
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The Palacio de Generalife or in Arabic "Architect's Garden" was the summer palace and country estate of the Nasrid rulers of the Emirate of Granada in Al-Andalus, now beside the city of Granada in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain.
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Merton College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England. Its foundation can be traced back to the 1260s when Walter de Merton, chancellor to Henry III and later to Edward I, first drew up statutes for an independent academic community and established endowments to support it. The important feature of Walter's foundation was that this "college" was to be self-governing and the endowments were directly vested in the Warden and Fellows.
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Production notes for The Making of Episode #256 of Jack and Dylon's Daily Video Podcast​. Listening to Crimson King - In the court of King Crimson​ on beat-up noise-cancelling headphones while preparing today's content and pondering the adventures of other mad professors such as Dr. Rusty Venture​. Editing went smoother than expected especially compared to the all-day build required for this past Sunday’s Episode #253. Encountering an audio glitch, which is definitely not syncing as smoothly as what’s being presented during editing. Going to try audio splitting and re-rendering before uploading and getting on with day digitally illustrating the final two pages of our Manitoulin Colouring Book. Then it's uploading and social media broadcasting this evening!
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General elections were held in Grenada on 13 September 1962. Herbert Blaize's Grenada National Party won six of the ten seats and Blaize was appointed Chief Minister for the second time. Blaize served as Head of Government until the next general election in August 1967, initially as Chief Minister until March 1967, and subsequently when Grenada became a fully internally autonomous Associated State, as Grenada's first Premier.
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Corso Vittorio Emanuele is a wide street connecting Piazza Duomo to Piazza San Babila. During the day, because it is traffic-free and has porticoes lined with shops - particularly clothing and accessory boutiques - it is the ideal place for shopping and window shopping. Post-war reconstruction has provided for a series of shop-lined small covered galleries branching from the side of the Corso.
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Last year I captured all kinds of time lapse footage with our GoPro​ Hero 4 Silver while I was at Manitoulin Island​ markets with our Manitoulin Island Colouring Book​. For today’s special time travel musical episode I spent the day distilling down about 3 hours Mindemoya Farmer's Market footage into just over two and half minutes of moonshine... er... music video featuring mostly me colouring and rediscovering the peaceful joy of art therapy.
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I initially attempted translating “Primite Puno Pozdrava” from Russian to English to no avail. Then Google suggested Croatian to English which resulted in a rather mundane translation of “Best regards from Vesna.” Vesna turns out to be popular Slavic name derived from a mythological female associated with youth and the springtime particularly in Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia.
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