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THE LAST BARN DANCE - Film Trailer: Randy Lewis knows that losing his dairy business would mean losing his livelihood – his farm is limping along through an economy that has decimated most other family farms in Alamance County - but Randy is most worried about losing his way of life and ending a family heritage that has hosted nearly 50 years worth of barn dances. The farm is fragile, the band is old, the barn is beaten, and Randy, with no kids of his own and little faith the younger generation will pick up the pieces, is trying to save the dance. Directed by Ted Richardson and Jason Arthurs. Edited by Jon Kasbe. For more information, please visit: http://lastbarndance.com/

NC STATE in CHINA: N.C. State University is collaborating with Chinese leaders to build a state-of-the-art high school focused around an innovative curriculum in Suzhou, China (Video by Ted Richardson)

UNC in CAPE TOWN: A peek inside the Honors Carolina study abroad program in Cape Town, South Africa (Video by Ted Richardson)

UNC in LONDON: A peek inside the Honors Carolina study abroad program in London (Video by Ted Richardson)

A JOURNEY TO COLLEGE: LuLu Diaz-Gonzalez is succeeding as a transfer student at UNC-Chapel Hill (Video by Ted Richardson)

A JOURNEY TO COLLEGE: First-generation college student Orlando Mendoza defied the odds, making it to the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill from his original home in rural Mexico, where few students make it past middle school. Mendoza credits his grandfather, Leonardo Galvan, for inspiring and supporting his college journey. (Video by Ted Richardson)

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NEPAL TREK: Highlights from our journey through Kathmandu to the trail from Jiri to Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lakes, and finally out through Lukla airport (Summer, 2014)

A JOURNEY TO COLLEGE: First-generation college student Shannon Smith, a single mother, navigated her way through the community college system to UNC-Chapel Hill, and then earned a coveted research grant to study in Switzerland (Video by Ted Richardson)

A JOURNEY TO COLLEGE: Mike Artov has found success as a transfer student at UNC-Chapel Hill (Video by Ted Richardson)

ALL EYES ON BAMIYAN: As security in Afghanistan transitions from NATO to the Afghan Army -- a 3-year process that began in Bamiyan in July, 2011 -- all eyes fall on that central Afghan province to see if peace can last. But the people of Bamiyan -- mostly Hazara, an ethnic minority in the rest of the country -- worry about lack of security. They also worry that their basic needs -- shelter, clean water, and medical care -- will continue to go unfulfilled by a government they say ignores them. This video, shot in May/June 2011, illustrates daily life in Bamiyan. Video by Ted Richardson

URBAN HOPE: A special organization helps kids in the Walltown neighborhood in Durham, NC (Video by Ted Richardson)

Irvin Midgett, a fourth-generation fisherman from Rodanthe, NC, talks about damages caused by Hurricane Irene. Flooding from Irene destroyed his 6-acre campground on the Pamlico Sound. Sixty campsites, half of them with trailers on the lot, were wrecked by the flood. Midgett also lost a boat, and thousands of dollars in fishing equipment. He says he lacks the insurance and savings to build again. (Video and photography by Ted Richardson. Source: Bloomberg)

NC Children's Hospital spotlight on William Brown. Video by Ted Richardson

UNC Pediatric Trauma Unit from Ted Richardson on Vimeo.

Scot Ward finds more than his share of ups and downs while hiking across North Carolina on the Mountains-to-Sea Trail. News & Observer video by Ted Richardson

Opening of a Hindu Temple in Cary, NC. News & Observer video by Ted Richardson.

Take a tour with Brady Jefcoat, 93-year-old collector and do-it-yourselfer extraordinaire. News & Observer video by staff photojournalist Ted Richardson

NC Children's Hospital spotlight on Sydney & Sheridan Taylor. Video by Ted Richardson

Share Our Strength launches its "NoKidHungry" program in North Carolina at Lakewood Elementary School in Durham on Sept. 13, 2011. Video by Ted Richardson