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  1. 1. CBS Sunday Morning - Show Notes - CBS News Cameraman Atheer Hussein covered the battle in Baghdad for CBS News, but faced brand-new obstacles after transferring to the UNITED STATE Atheer Hameed Hussein Last Updated Aug 24, 2014 11:17 AM EDT UP NEXT: August 31 COVER TALE: Beginning Over After catching the horrors of the war in Baghdad for CBS News, cameraman Atheer Hameed emigrated to the U.S., for a brand-new life both relaxed and also in tears. Lee Cowan presented us to Hameed in September 2013; now he overtakes his former colleague and also good friend for an upgrade on the emigre's brand-new life in The united state. WEB BONUS VIDEO CLIP: 2003 battle of U.N. Goal in Baghdad Precaution: Graphic pictures. Atheer Hameed's video camera was running when a truck bomb struck the United Nations Support Mission in Baghdad on August 19, 2003-- as well as kept running in the disorderly consequences of the attack which got rid of at the very least 17 individuals. ALMANAC: Lewis & & Clark On August 31, 1803, Meriwether Lewis (later on signed up with by William Clark) introduced an expedition west that would make record. SCIENCE: Surveying varieties amongst California's redwoods In The golden state's Muir Woods, teams of researchers, students and volunteers just recently started a vibrant initiative called a "bioblitz"-- a 24-hour supply of every species staying in the 116- square-mile location, organized by National Geographic as well as the National forest Solution. Carter Evans reports. For additional info: SUNDAY PROFILE: Tavi Gevinson Tavi Gevinson is not a household name ... yet. However she is a style writer, blog owner and also editor-in-chief of an on the internet journal, as well as now she's opening on Broadway, in the Steppenwolf production of Kenneth Lonergan's "This Is Our Youth."
  2. 2. Quite an excellent resume for a lady which just graduated from senior high school! We'll let Anthony Mason make the intros. For additional info: COMMENTARY: Joan Rivers We offer the comedian's take on aging, very first program on "Sunday Morning" on Feb. 15, 2002. HISTORY: The 1814 burning of Washington, D.C. Mo Rocca returns in time to one of one of the most dreadful days in UNITED STATE past, when British forces attacked the nation's funding and also torched its spots. For more details: HARTMAN: On school MUSIC: Christopher Cross In the early 1980s, Christopher Cross' brand name of silky-soft stone cruised up the graphes. His launching cd went platinum 5 times over in the U.S. alone, and practically swept the Grammys, vanquishing Billy Joel, Barbara Streisand, Pink Floyd and Frank Sinatra for Cd of the Year. His songs were inevitable on FM radio. Then, as rapidly as he burst on the scene, he seemed to fade away from it-- vanish from pop music. Reporter Serena Altschul catches up with the 63-year-old vocalist, that is still visiting, releasing albums, and also congesting with Jimmy Fallon. For more info: LABOR: Valued workers The employee revolt at the Northeastern grocery store chain Market Basket increases a concern, especially over this Labor Day weekend break: Exists a connection between workers feeling well-treated by their companies, and the bottom line? There's great deals of proof the response is of course. Martha Teichner records. For even more info: AT A GLIMPSE: Labor Day CALENDAR: Week of September 1 "Sunday Morning" has a look at some significant events of the week in advance. ATTRIBUTES: TBD WRAP-UP: August 24 - "Deliberately".
  3. 3. This week's scandal sheet of "Sunday Early morning" travels to picturesque Santa Fe, New Mexico, for a broadcast focusing on individuals, areas and things that make our globe a much more amazing, amazing and exciting area to live. HEADINGS: 6.0 magnitude earthquake rattle San Francisco Bay Location (Video) A preliminary degree 6.0 earthquake shook the San Francisco Bay Area early Sunday early morning, centered in the Napa County community of American Canyon, but felt throughout Northern The golden state. George Osterkamp mentions from San Francisco. "By Style": Santa Fe design - consists of an overview of New Mexico locations showing up in our program PROPERTY: Living huge: The market for super deluxe residences|Watch Video What does a billionaire obtain in a desire residence? Pritzker Champion designer Richard Meier shows correspondent Anthony Mason his brand-new Miami Coastline condominiums. Yet could the new penthouse at the top of New York's Woolworth Tower top them all? Quit by our open houses this "Sunday Early morning"-- there's no cost for looking! For more details: REALTY: Mobile residences: Greater than just a box on wheels (Video clip) Today's mobile house is a lot more than a box on wheels. Correspondent Mark Strassmann talkings to the development of the mobile residence, as well as just how it's altered throughout the years. We visit the Atocha Mobile Residence Park in Santa Fe, N.M., where the emphasis is on affordable real estate. "This is where you start that American Dream for several folks," states Eduardo Ramirez, whose household possesses the park. And also we go to Haven Cove in Malibu, Calif., where the mobile homes can set you back millions of dollars. Mobile developer Jennifer Siegal informs us there's an intense future for trailers, offering real estate that's small, energy-efficient, technologically-advanced, and receptive to our environment. For more details: FINE ART: Georgia O'Keeffe Nation Santa Fe's Georgia O'Keeffe Gallery is the home of many thousands of works of the talented artist. For additional information: FINE ART: The cave digger: Hewing art from the very landscape|Watch Video The golden sunlight of Northern New Mexico has actually influenced many artists, such as Georgia O'Keeffe, but Lee Cowan has the story of an artist which does his ideal job underground. For the previous 25 years, Ra Paulette has actually been creating out manufactured caves from the sandstone hills then shaping these spaces into masterpieces he calls wilderness temples. "There is a
  4. 4. feeling that I am an archaeologist, uncovering something that's already there," he informs Cowan. GALLERY: Ra Paulette's caves For even more details: FASHION: Ductwork tape couture (Video) Ductwork tape was very first introduced on the battlefields of The second world war, as a water resistant tape for closing ammunition instances. Today, it offers considerably more deep purposes, including some smart fashions. The Ohio-based Duck Brand hosts a yearly scholarship competition, "Stuck at Prom," which awards a total amount of $50,000 in many categories to the creators of prom outfit constructed of channel tape; as well as The big apple artist Richela Fabian Morgan could make practically anything from duct tape: jewelry, hats, blossoms, also paintings. Serena Altschul untangles the story of channel tape. GALLERY: Duct tape fashions For additional info: AUDIO: Music for bicycle parts (with streaming audio)|Watch Video Did you ever consider a bicycle as a musical tool? That's specifically what it is in the hands of songs layout artist Steven Baber, a.k.a. Johnnyrandom. He coaxes greater than 200 various sounds out of a bike's relocating components and also weaves them into a musical montage. John Blackstone has his unbelievable story. Sneak peek: "Bespoken" by "Johnnyrandom" on SoundCloud For more information: "Bespoken" video credits: Original Songs Composition & & Audio Style: Johnnyrandom Director of Digital photography: Devin Whetstone Grasped by AudibleOddities Graphic Concept: Lisa Mishima Publisher: Blake Bogosian Activity Design: Chris Kelly Colorist: Eric Pascua BUSINESS: A skateboard firm that builds more compared to boards
  5. 5. A few of the very best skateboards are made right in Songs City. At Salemtown Board Firm, 27-yea- -old Will Anderson could turn a piece of middle Tennessee oak into a world-class pathway cruiser. But this is not exactly what he prepared to do with his life. Anderson (that studied to be a social employee) as well as his close friend Jason Henley began the business 2 years back as a method to educate neighborhood youngsters about self-control as well as commitment-- the tools that will aid them climb higher later in life. It's not so much about forming boards, he informs Tracy Smith, as regarding forming lives. For additional info: MONTH ROCCA: Meet the guy behind the emoticon (Video) Do you seem like:-)? Or possibly a lot more like:-(? Ends up one man came up with the as well as frowney encounters 32 years ago-- and little did he know just what his innovation would lead to.:-o For more details: PUBLICATIONS: Bespoke collections, joining book love with indoor design|Watch Video If you judge your books' covers to be merely a bit blah, then Rock, Colo., bookseller and also library conservator Thatcher Wine could transform every little thing. Wine is to a collection what a dressmaker is to a match, as he custom-designs collections to suit his consumers' embellishing preferences. Richard Schlesinger reports. For additional information: POSTCARD FROM BALI: The bamboo houses of Bali (Video clip) On the tropical island of Bali, Indonesia, there are residences put into the jungle that appear like something out of a fairytale. They're made to have soaring roofing lines, few wall surfaces or windows, and also almost every little thing fashioned from bamboo. Seth Doane records. SUNDAY PROFILE: One more succeeding giving from Venus Williams|Watch Video She is just one of the best gamers in the history of tennis. But off the court, Venus Williams strives at one more craft: running her own design business. Rita Braver overtakes the multi-talented Williams for a consider her house and also haute couture empire. GALLERY: Venus Williams, on as well as off the court For more info:
  6. 6. POSTCARD FROM ITALY: Past on display at the Castello di Brolio (Video clip) Hundred of years of past are on view at the stylish Castello di Brolio, set down on a critical hilltop in the wine country of Tuscany. Allen Pizzey takes an excursion of a Revival wonder. For even more info: MONTH ROCCA: Is resting the brand-new cigarette smoking? (Video) A modern-day, less active way of living has actually concerned analysts hard at the workplace - and also it's triggered others to tip aboard treadmill workdesks, where they help hours at a time. Mo Rocca attempts to sustain. ATTRIBUTES: Red stones of O'Keeffe Nation (Extended Video) This week's moment in nature takes us among the red stones of "Georgia O'Keeffe Nation" in New Mexico. INTERNET EXTRA: Dance Flamenco at the Santa Fe Opera (Video) The Maria Benetiz Principle for Spanish Fine arts' Flamenco Youth Business, in addition to guitarist Joaquin Gallegos, broaden the borders of typical dancing at the shooting up movie theater of the Santa Fe Opera. Thanks to Janira Cordova, Mikayla Garcia, Jaylena Lujan, Alexandria Martinez and Brianna Montijo. For additional details: WRAP-UP: August 17. COVER TALE: Evening Stalkers Factor M. Sanjayan reviews his report on Kenya's initiatives to stop elephant poaching to gather ivory, most of which is sent to China. For even more info: ALMANAC: Davy Crockett On Aug. 17, 1786, the future master of the crazy outpost was born in Greene Region, Tennessee LIFESTYLE: Love is in the Air Rex Pemberton puts on a wingsuit as well as races through the sky at 130 mph. Flying circles around him is his better half, aerobatic pilot Melissa Pemberton. It's all part of the air program performance they take across the country. It may sound high-risk, yet it's actually one of the safest points this youthful couple does in the air. Serena Altschul profiles a death-defying love event. WEB-EXTRA: Base jumping from the Eiger Severe athlete Rex Pemberton wears a wingsuit as well as leaps from among the most storied mountains in Switzerland's Bernese Alps. Footage thanks to RPMP Media.
  7. 7. For even more information: SONGS: "Heart Man" Anthony Mason interviews songs legend Sam Moore, who discusses his job as component of the '60s duo Sam & & Dave, his start in songs as well as where he is today. WEB ADDITION: Hear 4 tracks from Sam Moore as well as Sam and also Dave by clicking on the gamer here: Exclusive Look: Sam Moore as well as Nu-Blu's new songs video: "Jesus & & Jones". The solitary is on iTunes. For more info: FLOW: New Sentences New words were confessed into the online thesaurus of the Oxford University Press based upon exactly how usually they appear on-line and also in the media REMEMBRANCE: Lauren Bacall David Edelstein registers on the job of the legendary actress. STEVE HARTMAN: ALS Steve Hartman reconnects with Chris Rosati, a man which has committed the remainder of his life to motivating others to dedicate acts of kindness. REMEMBRANCE: Robin Williams Correspondent Lee Cowan takes a look at the life and heritage of Robin Williams and also why millions of folks are mourning his loss. For more info: TRIP: Postcard from Iceland This summertime marks the 40th anniversary of the conclusion of Iceland's Route 1 - better known as the Ring Roadway. POLITICS: Paul Ryan Correspondent Richard Schlesinger profiles Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.), that discusses his political profession, his thoughts on the nation and his future. SCHEDULE: Week of August 18 "Sunday Early morning" looks at some remarkable occasions of the week in advance. NATURE: King's Canyon National forest in The golden state
  8. 8. This week's minute in nature takes us to Fox Island Marsh in Wellfleet, Mass., on Cape Cod, where fiddler crabs are eating without a fox visible. WRAP-UP: August 10. COVER TALE: Brought back from the lifeless If the Titanic catastrophe had taken location today, could any of the 1,500 passengers that perished in the icy waters of the North Atlantic be conserved? The answer is most certainly indeed. Several doctors are now utilizing "cold" strategies to save or revitalize folks near death, and sometimes even those which have actually currently passed away. Tracy Smith mentions on the most recent advancements in bringing individuals back from the verge. The tale was originally relayed on April 27, 2014. For more details: CBS INFORMATION SURVEY: Americans' perspectives on death Opinions on perishing, wills, funerals, the immortality, and also the number of believe they are going to heck. ALMANAC: The Smithsonian On August 10, 1846, Head of state Polk signed a step developing the most American of American institutions. ASTRONOMY: Starry, starry night On many weekend breaks, Ron Dilulio vocalizes concerning the night sky at a Dallas nightclub. As well as he does not just bellow about the moon-- it's additionally his actual task, searching for at the moon and also the celebrities, teaching astronomy and also getting the word out concerning every Earth-bound star-gazer's worst enemy: Headlight pollution. Barry Petersen records. For more details: SONGS: Pharrell Williams: "Pleased and grateful" In case you have not noticed, Pharrell Williams is warm! Following his Grammy gains for last summer season's smash hit "Acquire Fortunate" and also his Oscar-nominated tune "Pleased," this producer-singer-songwriter has actually solidified his standing as one of one of the most influential artists in the music market today - and also a style icon also. Anthony Mason overtakes Williams, a man of numerous skills (and one large hat)! This story was originally broadcast on April 13, 2014. WEB EXCLUSIVE VIDEO CLIP EXTRACTS: Pharrell Williams: "My story is the averagestory"
  9. 9. Pharrell Williams on success: "I've been hoisted up" by others Pharrell Williams on looking for objective in songs Pharrell Williams on expanding up in Virginia Coastline Pharrell Williams on satisfying his Neptunes companion ChadHugo For additional details: PASSAGE: Smokey the Bear Smokey celebrated his 70th special day on Aug. 9. For even more details: HARTMAN: Sign company owner pays back coach in a big method STYLE: An extremely "highbrow" record Whether plucking, waxing, threading, dyeing or drawing, Americans spend millions a year on their brows. Faith Salie states on our increasing attraction over the brow. This story was originally transmitted on May 11, 2014. For even more details: CBS INFORMATION SURVEY: Brows - thick or thin? (pdf) SUNDAY PROFILE: Pierce Brosnan Back on display in "The November Man," the previous James Bond broach a challenging childhood, misfortune, and his Hawaiian Garden of Eden. Lee Cowan reports. CBS INFORMATION POLL: Who was the ideal James Bond? For additional info: OPINION: Cooking is the answer Cook as well as cookbook writer Rocco DiDpirito claims preparing your very own dishes will certainly bring you far better wellness and also joy and happiness (with dishes). For more information: CALENDAR: Week of August 11
  10. 10. "Sunday Early morning" takes an appearance at some notable occasions of the week ahead. TELEVISION: Grin! You're on "Honest Camera," once more For close to 70 years, the Funt family-- first Allen, and afterwards his kid, Peter-- have actually been devising means to make us all make fun of ourselves. On Monday, the current version of "Candid Camera," hosted by Mayim Bialik of "The Huge Bang Theory," will certainly debut on the TVLand Network, and also reporter Dean Reynolds possessed a sneak peek. For more info: NATURE: Fiddler crabs (Video) We leave you this "Sunday Early morning" at Fox Island Marsh in Wellfleet, Mass., on Cape Cod ... where fiddler crabs are eating. RECAP: Aug. 3. HEADINGS: Globe health and wellness authorities have a hard time to manage Ebola episode (Video) The very first of two Americans affected in Africa with the Ebola infection arrived at a medical center in Atlanta Sunday, reports Vicente Arenas. Back in West Africa, the death toll from the outbreak has now climbed up well above 700. Debora Patta mentions from South Africa. COVER STORY: Bad sports: Brutality by athletes off the area The headings are all too familiar: A millionaire sportsmen is charged of a grievous criminal activity - assault, rape, even murder. Such holds true entailing South African track superstar Oscar Pistorius, referred to as the "blade jogger" for the prosthetic legs he works on after losing his legs in youth. Pistorius is accused of killing his model girlfriend, and also the trial is established to conclude today. Is his situation an aberration, or are sportsmens vulnerable to brutality because they cannot leave their hostility on the having fun field? Richard Schlesinger of "Two Days" explores. For additional information: ALMANAC: The first crop dusting trip|Watch Video clip On August 3, 1921, a new kind of farming very first took flight. POSTCARD FROM JAPAN: Taiko commercial travelers (Video clip) Apart from occasional tons of visitors, Sado continues to be a lonely outstation, agrarian as well as distraction-free. Visitors come below for the island's impressive coastline, lushly-forested hills and also silent seaside communities. They also come for the drums - Taiko drumming, which is amongst Japan's most popular social symbols. For even more details:
  11. 11. A SUMMER TRACK: Tori Amos on her most recent feminist summons|Watch Video As anybody which has actually reached the milestone understands, turning FIFTY is an event fraught with, well, simply filled! As well as for a person like singer-songwriter Tori Amos, that has actually sold millions of records creating incisive, cutting-edge songs about feminism, sexuality as well as religious beliefs, adding the complexities of aging to the mix develops all form of possibilities. Elizabeth Palmer takes a trip to Ireland for an at-home visit with among the globe's most intriguing singer-songwriters, which talks regarding her latest cd, "Unrepentant Geraldines," and also of being a mama. INTERNET ADDITION: Hear streaming of Tori Amos' "Unrepentant Geraldines" by clicking on the player here. For even more information: BY THE NUMBERS: The American vacation|Watch Video clip "Sunday Early morning" takes a look at just how we spend our built up times off-- if we spend them whatsoever. MONTH ROCCA: Inside the secret globe of the Freemasons|Watch Video Month Rocca roles the shroud on the history as well as habits of one of the world's earliest fraternal orders. This report was initially broadcast on December 8, 2013. INTERNET EXTRA: 9 things you really did not understand concerning Freemasonry A take a look at the rumors, fears and also conspiracy concepts triggered by the fraternal order's keys and also routines For more info: HARTMAN: Fly fishing shares an unusual secret (Video clip) If fly angling is a religious beliefs, Tom Morgan's fly-fishing rods are the holy grails, which is why we just recently made a pilgrimage to satisfy the mold at his home outside Bozeman, Mont., where we discovered this man - which could understand more about fly fishing pole compared to any person worldwide - hasn't so much as held one given that 1993. For even more info: SUNDAY PROFILE: Lee Grant on life beyond the Hollywood blacklist|Watch Video For greater than FIFTY years Lee Grant has been a familiar existence in motion pictures, on tv, as well as on phase. From her Oscar-winning imitation in "Shampoo" contrary Warren Beatty, to other significant parts in movies like "In the Heat of the Evening" and "Valley of the Dolls," to her work with TELEVISION's "Peyton Area," Grant has actually definitely earned a place in Hollywood record.
  12. 12. However she played one more part in real-life past: being blacklisted as a Communist sympathizer by the Home Un-American Activities Task force, which stopped her from functioning for 12 years during just what would certainly have been the prime of her career. Michelle Miller takes a seat with the ever-feisty Grant, writer of "I Stated Yes to Everything," for a look in reverse and onward at her lengthy job as an actress, supervisor, as well as docudrama filmmaker. PERSPECTIVE GALLERY: Lee Grant WEB BONUS VIDEO CLIP: Lee Grant as well as the after effects of the blacklist Grant talks to Michelle Miller about forgetting her lines while showing up on Broadway with Peter Falk in the 1973 Neil Simon comedy, "The Prisoner of Second Method," and exactly how it connects to her being blacklisted in the 1950s by the Residence Un-American Activities Committee. For additional info: MOVIES: Films for movie-loving sofa potatoes|Watch Video If you do not really feel like visiting the multiplex, doubter David Edelstein suggests some VOD movies that will pertain to you. SCHEDULE: Week of August 4 "Sunday Morning" looks at some notable events of the week ahead NATURE: Lightning storm (Extended Video clip) We leave you this "Sunday Morning" under rainy skies near the Black Mountains of Arizona. For connected to attributes relayed previously in 2014 visit this site. 2014 CBS Interactive Inc. All Civil liberties Reserved.