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Rick heads to Orlando to seek out an octagonal 1915 Pan Pacific gold coin for a customer in this collection of scenes from "Party On, Pawn." #PawnStars Subscribe for more from Pawn Stars and other great HISTORY shows: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=historychannel Watch more Pawn Stars on YouTube in this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE6A5F7F558CDD4F2 Find out more about the show, the store staff, and the experts on our site: http://www.history.com/shows/pawn-stars?cmpid=Social_YouTube_PawnStars Stream full episodes and exclusive videos: http://www.history.com/shows/pawn-stars/videos?cmpid=Social_YouTube_PawnVid Check out exclusive HISTORY content: Website - http://www.history.com Google - https://plus.google.com/+HISTORY Facebook - https://www...
Panama Louis Armstrong and the All Stars recorded on April 26-27, 1950, New York, NY and issued under New Orleans Days or was it New Orleans Nights and re-issued under Decca Studio Recordings Vol 1 1950 "Panama." Panama (sometimes incorrectly called Panama Rag) is a jazz standard. It is by William H. Tyers, originally entitled "Panama, a Characteristic Novelty", published in 1912. As expected of a jazz standard, it has been played and recorded by a number of jazz legends, The famous trumpet variation commonly played by New Orleans, Louisiana bands and those influenced by the New Orleans style, was reportedly devised by Manuel Manetta who first taught it to his start trumpet pupils Emmett Hardy and Red Allen. The original tango or maxie rhythm is usually disgarded in favor of 4/4 time, bu...
What do you do when your restaurant is awarded 5 Stars from the New York Times? You create an exciting commercial announcing the results. Producer/Director John Heaney and editor Eileen Shanahan Ford re-created some of the excitement that takes place behind the scenes at Long Islands only 5 Star restaurant.
2017 PokerStars Championship Panama - $5,300 Main Event Final Table (Cards-Up) Part 1 Poker Players: Seat 1: Anthony Diotte, Canada Seat 2: Robin Luca Wozniczek, Germany Seat 3: Denis Timofeev, Russia Seat 4: Jonathan Abdellatif, Belgium Seat 5: Harpreet Gill, Canada Seat 6: Kenneth Smaron, USA
On one of the islands in San Blas Panama. It is full of sea stars!
We begin our voyage to the Pacific with a 7 day passage across the Caribbean Sea to Colon, Panama. It was our fastest passage yet as we averaged almost 7.5 knots the whole way there and had our first 200nm day! I managed to make a bit of a mess of things in the galley when we got rocked by a wave, and even found the courage to launch our drone and get some footage as we sailed through all the ships anchored and awaiting their turn to go through the Panama Canal. To follow along with our cruising adventures, please subscribe to our YouTube channel and check out our blog and Facebook page: http://www.outchasingstars.com https://www.facebook.com/outchasingstars Thanks for watching! Music Thanks To: Hoved - Fly: youtu.be/G750FHaEAVQ NaiKee - Sunder: youtu.be/eLrKGtw74sY
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In this http://www.esnewsreporting.com video we take a look at the story behind the story. EsNews is a sports channel talking to stars, celebs, trainers, fans and reporters. Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/seckbach. Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/EsNewsReporting. We also produce the Robert Garcia Reality Show here's the link to playlist - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLACAD803266666667 don't forget to sub http://www.youtube.com/esnews
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Starry Horizons transits through (and drones!) the Panama Canal and makes it to the Pacific Ocean! Our friends Hans, Sara, Trevor and David join us as we spend two days navigating the Gatun, Pedro Miguel and Mira Flores Locks. Everything went nice and smooth and we are now ready to adventure in a whole new ocean! Notes on the drone: We were able to get permission from the Canal Authority to fly our drone the first day in the Gatun Locks. However, our advisor the second day didn't want us to fly in the Pedro Miguel or Mira Flores Locks but was okay with us flying it as we were motoring through Gatun Lake. To follow along with our cruising adventures, please subscribe to our YouTube channel and check out our blog and Facebook page: http://www.outchasingstars.com https://www.facebook.c...