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DAPP_Special Guest_Dr Sherridan Ross

DAPP: Disaster Awareness Preparedness and Planning with Subject Matter Expert Dr. Sherridan Ross speaking on community gardens as a emergency and food sustainability model.

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Michael Jackson - Bad (Special Edition) - Bad (1987) - HQ Sound

Song: Bad. Sung & Performed by: Michael Jackson. Song written by: Michael Jackson. Produced by: Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones. Album: "Bad" August 31, 1987. Music video directed by: Martin Scorsese. Music video choreographed by: Jeffrey Daniel. Song Record Label: Epic Records. Niceties by: http://www.youtube.com/IAmOnlyLove Synopsis! "Bad" was a 1987 hit recording by American singer Michael Jackson. The song was the second of five Billboard Hot 100 number-one hit singles from the album Bad, (the first a time a recording artist achieved this feat) and was his seventh number-one single overall. The song was originally intended as a duet with longtime rival Prince, which one can infer with the song's lyrics. Quincy Jones, in an interview included in the special edition of Bad, said that Prince told Jackson and him that he had not wanted to participate because "it would be a hit without (him)". In a 1996 interview with German TV, Prince also humorously said that the reason he didn't want to participate was the first line "Your butt is mine", and that he said to Jackson; "I ain't saying that to you... and you sure ain't saying that to me!" In his 1988 autobiography Moonwalk, Jackson wrote: 'Bad' is a song about the street. It's about this kid from a bad neighborhood who gets to go away to a private school. He comes back to the old neighborhood when he's on a break from school and the kids from the neighborhood start giving him trouble. He sings, 'I'm bad, you're bad, who's bad, who's the best?' He's saying when you're strong and good, then you're bad." In a 1988 interview to Ebony and Jet magazines released on "Hulu" shortly after his death, Jackson said he got the idea from a true story. "This kid who went to school upstate [New York], in the country, whatever, who is from the ghetto and he tried to make something of his life and he would leave all his friends behind and when he came back, on spring break or whatever, thanks giving break, his friends became so envious, jealous of him they killed him. But in the film [Bad's music video] I don't die of course. So it was a true story that was...we had taken from Time or Newsweek magazine, and he's a black kid like me and...it's a sad story." About Music Video! The full music video for "Bad" is an 18-minute short film written by novelist and screenwriter Richard Price and based on the case of Edmund Perry. The video was directed by Martin Scorsese and stars Michael Jackson. Jackson portrays a boy named Daryl who has just completed a successful term at an expensive private school. He returns to the city by subway, arriving in a derelict neighborhood. Daryl arrives to find his house empty (his mother is played by Roberta Flack, albeit in voiceover), but is greeted by his old friends, led by Mini Max (an emerging Wesley Snipes) and spends an evening with them. At first relations are friendly, if slightly awkward, but the situation deteriorates once the rest of the gang realize how much Daryl has changed, and in particular how uncomfortable he has become with their tendencies towards petty crime. In an attempt to show his friends he is still "bad", Daryl takes the gang to a subway station (The Hoyt Schermerhorn Station in Brooklyn) where he attempts to mug an elderly man but bottles out at the last minute. Mini Max berates Daryl and tells him that he's no longer bad. After more abuse from Mini Max, the video jumps from black and white to color and Daryl, now dressed head to foot in leather and joined by a crowd of dancing punks, sings "Bad" (it is at this point that the edited video generally begins when played on television). His insistence that Max is headed for a fall are nearly Daryl's undoing, but eventually his friend accepts that "that's the way it goes down", and, after a final handshake, heads off leaving Daryl. The scene shifts back to black and white as Daryl, alone and back in his tracksuit, watching them leave. The video has many references to the 1961 film West Side Story, especially the "Cool" sequence. Not only does it show a street gang dancing in an urban setting, but there are also some parts of the choreography that were influenced by it. The choreographer Jeffrey Daniel confirmed the influence, although they intended to do a more contemporary version of it. The full 18-minute-long version of the video for "Bad" first appeared on the DVD version of Video Greatest Hits - HIStory in 2001.

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Michael Jackson - Live Performance - Grammy Awards (1988) - Radio City Music Hall, NYC - HQ

"The 30th Annual Grammy Awards (1988)" Songs: The Way You Make Me Feel & Man in the Mirror. Sung & Performed by: Michael Jackson. Songs written by: The Way You Make Me Feel (Michael Jackson) Man in the Mirror. (Siedah Garrett and Glen Ballard) Produced by: Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones. Album: "Bad" August 31, 1987. Song Record Label: Epic Records. Niceties by: http://www.youtube.com/IAmOnlyLove The 30th Grammy Awards (1988)! "The 30th Grammy Awards" were held March 2, 1988. They recognized accomplishments by musicians from the previous year. at the 30th Annual Grammy Awards 1988, Michael Jackson gave a truly awe-inspiring performance of "The Way You Make Me Feel" and The "Man in the Mirror" one of the best performances of Michael Jackson thats what Ive ever seen and found :) About Songs! "The Way You Make Me Feel" is a song written by American recording artist Michael Jackson and recorded for his seventh album Bad (1987). Produced by Jackson and Quincy Jones, it was released as the album's third single in 1987 and became another number-one hit from the album on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. It was performed a few times on Jackson's tours, and was most famously performed live at the 1988 Grammy Awards. Michael wrote the song at the request of his mother, Katherine, who wanted a song with "a shuffling kind of rhythm". "Man in the Mirror" is a song by Michael Jackson. It peaked at number one in the United States when released as a single in the spring of 1988 off his seventh solo album, Bad. It is one of Jackson's most critically acclaimed songs and it was nominated for Record of the Year at the Grammy Awards. The song garnered massive airplay and topped the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks. It was only a moderate hit in the UK at the time of its release, peaking at number 21 and becoming the only single from Bad not to reach the UK Top 20 on first release. However, on July 5, 2009, following the news of Jackson's death, the song charted at number two in the official UK Singles Chart, having re-entered the chart at 11 the previous week. The song was composed by Siedah Garrett (who can be heard singing in the background with Jackson) and Glen Ballard. Jackson added background vocals from Garrett, The Winans and the Andrae Crouch Choir, which gave the song its distinctive sound. Garrett had the idea for the song when she was driving to the recording session for "I Just Can't Stop Loving You". On her way, she saw a face in the mirror of her car, and this gave her the idea to write a song titled "Man In The Mirror" as an addition to Jackson's upcoming album. Arranged with a gospel choir, a year after David Bowie used the same device for "Underground", from the fantasy film Labyrinth, other popular artists at the time who had tracks featuring gospel choirs include Debbie Gibson, Guns N' Roses and Madonna for her 1989 number one hit "Like a Prayer". Jackson would utilize a gospel choir again several years later on his hit "Will You Be There". Siedah Garrett also sang on Jackson's "I Just Can't Stop Loving You" and was one of the backing vocalists for Madonna's Re-Invention Tour of 2004. Jackson also performed "Man In The Mirror" song as the ending of the concert during the Bad World Tour's second leg, and regularly during the Dangerous World Tour. In the latter, the song was accompanied by stuntman Kinnie Gibson dressed as Jackson flying out of the arena in a jetpack. On July 16, 1996, Jackson also performed "Man in the Mirror" at the Royal Concert Brunei for the last time prior to the United We Stand benefit concert.

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THE KARACHI - C I T Y - 2010 {New} *

Beautiful Karachi city 2010

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