A Miranda Lambert Story

Pedigree unveiled its See What Good Food Can Do documentary video series at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. In this third video from the series, Miranda Lambert showcases the impact people can make in dogs' lives, especially shelter dogs, with some extra attention, good food and loving care.

Football U.S.A.

Go into the Ada, Ohio Football Factory that makes all the balls for the NFL and meet the hard working Americans who work tirelessly to deliver the pigskins for the games on Sunday. Herewe meet the people of Wilson, and see the impact working for a great American company has.

The Piranha Tank

Meet CEO Hank Herrmann, a boss who doesn't mince words. "People have entrusted us to look over their money," he says. "We have a responsibility to execute."

Kickstart

Mountain Dew advertised their Kickstart flavors of soda during the 2014 Super Bowl in a commercial featuring a spectacular night launch of 400 model rockets at one time. This behind-the-scenesvideo documents how it happened.

A Coastal Trip

Join Spyder Five Ambassador Mickey Fisher as he explores Northern California on his Spyder. Enjoy the beautiful scenery in San Francisco, zip lining above a river through the forest and see thesights from a hot air balloon.

MECCA

The rust-belt city of Milwaukee, WI, used public funds to commission an eccentric, openly-gay artist Robert Indiana to paint the Bucks basketball floor in the 1970's. But after the Bucks moved across the street to the newly constructed Bradley Center, the MECCA Arena floor was left in storage and all but forgotten by t

Investor Day Trailer

This trailer for World Beyond Cash features government officials, business people and typical customers who are migrating to a cashless system through prepaid products.

Peter Busby

We follow Perkins+Will Managing Director Peter Busby as he shows us around Vancouver and we see how design and architecture with nature in mind helps the city actually reduce its carbon footprint.

The Belleville

Trek industrial designer Michael Leighton was inspired by his love of cycling and his love of the environment. Now Trek gives us the new eco-design bicycle, the Trek Belleville. This is the story of the world's first green bike.Ride along with Trek Document Unscripted.

The Watch

Monitoring the exposure of hospital patients to ionizing radiation from medical imaging procedures is becoming a huge focus for Professor Casselman, Chairman of Radiology in St John's Hospital, Bruges, Belgium. See how he is using GE Healthcare’s DoseWatch to most efficiently manage patient radiation intake with confid

Wayfair Rising

Meet the founders of Wayfair.com and learn the story of where the company came from and, with the help of FedEx, where it's going. From the beginning, Wayfair.com faced many challenges. Learn how FedEx helped them strategize to get products quickly, and safely, to customers.

Mrs. Gerrish's Class

Meet Mrs. Gerrish, her students, and the the staff of the Concordia Creative Learning Acadamy, a St. Paul, MN charter school. This story brings to life the partnership between the Scotch-Brite brand and the Kids in Need Foundation.

Hoppy Hopkins

83-year old Kenneth 'Hoppy' Hopkins is a veteran of WWII. In fact he was at D-Day on Omaha beach with the US Navy.The Sears' Heroes at Home program helped Hoppy renovate, restore, and update the home he and his wife have lived in since 1948.

Signature Smiles

G/O Digital is a leader in digital marketing solutions and expert in connecting small businesses to local consumers. The problem was, not enough small businesses knew about G/O and what they offer. The G/O Digital series Leaders In Local profiles small businesses that are G/O clients and details how G/O's solutions hav

All Hands on Deck

This pilot video launched a series with the goal of changing the conversation around the Kmart brand by bringing to life the stories of Kmart Apparel's 200 designers, who worked at the brand's fashionable SOHO loft.

MECCA

The rust-belt city of Milwaukee, WI, used public funds to commission an eccentric, openly-gay artist Robert Indiana to paint the Bucks basketball floor in the 1970's. But after the Bucks moved across the street to the newly constructed Bradley Center, the MECCA Arena floor was left in storage and all but forgotten by t

The Art of the Steal

An exploration of one of the art world's most fascinating controversies and the struggle for control of Dr. Albert C. Barnes' $25 billion private collection of modern and post-impressionist art.

American Movie

On the northwest side of Milwaukee, Mark Borchardt dreams the American dream: for him, it's making movies. Using relatives, local theater talent, slacker friends, his Mastercard, and $3,000 from his Uncle Bill, Mark strives over three years to finish Coven, a short horror film.

The Flag

The Flag focuses on the smudged American flag that three firefighters raised through the dust of the collapsed buildings at ground zero late in the afternoon of Sept. 11, 2001. A photograph of the flag raising taken by Thomas E. Franklin of the New Jersey newspaper The Record became a heartening, patriotic sym

Mad Hot Ballroom

Eleven-year-old New York City public school kids journey into the world of ballroom dancing and reveal pieces of themselves and their world along the way. Told from their candid, sometimes hilarious perspectives, these kids are transformed, from reluctant participants to determined competitors.

Marwencol

On April 8, 2000, Mark Hogancamp was so badly beaten outside a bar in Kingston, N.Y., that his own mother did not recognize him. After nine days in a coma and 40 days in the hospital, his Medicaid coverage ran out, leaving him to use only his own resources to recover his identity.

The Jeffery Dahmer Files

In the summer of 1991 Jeffrey Dahmer was arrested in Milwaukee and sentenced to 957 years in prison for killing 17 people and dismembering their bodies. Through the use of archival footage and interviews with the local medical examiner, police detective, and Dahmer's neighbors, this documentary explores the ordinary ma

Fearless Freaks

The Fearless Freaks traces the two-decade career of the Flaming Lips, a seminal art-rock band from Oklahoma City. The film takes its name from a backyard football team formed by the Coyne brothers, five hard-partying working-class kids, in the 1970's. Gradually, the team evolved into a rock band led by Wayne Coyne and

Rock School

Welcome to the hallowed halls of the Paul Green School of Rock Music, an after-school, Philadelphia institute of rock, where kids ages nine to seventeen learn the how-to's of rock and roll and serve under the tutelage of self-titles "uberlord" and founder of the school, Paul Green.

Fightville

Over the past decade, Mixed Martial Arts has grown from a controversial, no-holds-barred sideshow into a billion-dollar phenomenon eclipsing boxing as the dominant combat sport in the world. Fightville shows how MMA has taken hold in the American heartland, where modern-day gladiators battle in strip mall gyms and dust

Sweethearts of the Prison Rodeo

Sweethearts of the Prison Rodeo goes behind prison walls to follow convict cowgirls on their journey to the 2007 Oklahoma State Penitentiary Rodeo.Within this strange arena the prisoners become the heroes while the public and guards applaud.

Collapse

Meet Michael Ruppert, a different kind of American. A former Los Angeles police officer turned independent reporter, he predicted the 2008 financial crisis in his self-published newsletter, From the Wilderness, at a time when most of Wall Street and Washington analysts were still in denial.

Lemmy

Over four decades, Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister has registered an immeasurable impact on music history. Nearly 65, he remains the living embodiment of the rock and roll lifestyle, and this feature-length documentary tells his story, one of a hard-living rock icon who continues to enjoy the life of a man half his

The Life of Reilly

As a child, game-show fixture Charles Nelson Reilly had a lobotomized aunt, an institutionalized father, a racist mother, and was the only gay kid on the block. So how did he end up a Tony winner, a staple of television, and a generational icon? The Life Of Reilly is his funny, sad, surprising, and ultimately touching

Mudcats

No Rod. No Reel. No Problem. Deep in the heart of America, an age-old tradition has given way to a fierce competition of brains, brawn, and guts: Oklahoma’s Okie Hand Fishing Invitational. For 10 weeks, five grabbling teams hunt for colossal flathead catfish using only their bare hands.

Gunner Palace

American soldiers of the 2/3 Field Artillery, a group known as the "Gunners," tell of their experiences in Baghdad during the Iraq War. Holed up in a bombed out pleasure palace built by Sadaam Hussein, the soldiers endured hostile situations some four months after President George W. Bush declared the end of major comb

Rock the Bells

Personifying the fierce independence and do-it-yourself spirit of the Hip Hop movement, festival producer Chang Weisberg puts everything on the line for his impossible dream of reuniting notorious no-shows The Wu-Tang Clan.

Psychopath

A garbage man fulfills a life long dream by building a haunted house theme park in the woods of Oklahoma, but to some his dream is their nightmare.

A Miranda Lambert Story

Pedigree unveiled its See What Good Food Can Do documentary video series at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. In this third video from the series, Miranda Lambert showcases the impact people can make in dogs' lives, especially shelter dogs, with some extra attention, good food and loving care.

A Band of Brothers

Chicago Bulls all-star Derrick Rose takes us into his youth basketball camp, and we meet his tight knit older brothers whose influence led Rose to his current NBA heights. Audiences even get to go along with Derrick and his brothers to their charity basketball camp aimed at teaching youngsters good values and judgement

Josh Duhamel

Pedigree unveiled its See What Good Food Can Dodocumentary video series at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. In this second video from the series, actor Josh Duhamel showcases the impact people can make in dogs' lives, especially shelter dogs, with some extra attention, good food and loving care.

Sarah Gray Miller

Get a glimpse into "Country Living" magazine editor Sarah Gray Miller's home life and learn more about the eclectic country style of decorating. See how Sara's inspiration from auctions and antiques winds up in the pages of "Country Living" magazine -- and ultimately in the new Kmart COUNTRY LIVING Collection.

Contador & The Wind Tunnel

In this pilot episode of Document Unscripted, the journey to the Tour De France begins for the Trek-sponsored Astana Cycling Team. We meet team members Alberto Contador and Levi Leipheimer in a speed wind tunnel in San Diego, testing bikes to lower drag and make the bikes "faster, better, lighter, and stronger

Fearless Freaks

The Fearless Freaks traces the two-decade career of the Flaming Lips, a seminal art-rock band from Oklahoma City. The film takes its name from a backyard football team formed by the Coyne brothers, five hard-partying working-class kids, in the 1970's. Gradually, the team evolved into a rock band led by Wayne Coyne and

Lemmy

Over four decades, Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister has registered an immeasurable impact on music history. Nearly 65, he remains the living embodiment of the rock and roll lifestyle, and this feature-length documentary tells his story, one of a hard-living rock icon who continues to enjoy the life of a man half his

Football U.S.A.

Go into the Ada, Ohio Football Factory that makes all the balls for the NFL and meet the hard working Americans who work tirelessly to deliver the pigskins for the games on Sunday. Herewe meet the people of Wilson, and see the impact working for a great American company has.

Rob & Jabez

Husband and wife engineers Rob and Jabez have worked at Johnson Controls for years because of the flexibility the company provides them to be a very happy, busy, family. We meet them both in this video -- the premiere episode of a recruiting series built around the great corporate culture at Johnson Controls.

The Belleville

Trek industrial designer Michael Leighton was inspired by his love of cycling and his love of the environment. Now Trek gives us the new eco-design bicycle, the Trek Belleville. This is the story of the world's first green bike.Ride along with Trek Document Unscripted.

Thrive

Matt Kessler went to business school at Stanford through the Baird Scholar program. He now enjoys a great work/life balance as an Investment Banking Associate in San Francisco.

Challenge / Solution

CEO George Buckley lays down a challenge to a team of product designers at 3M -- make a better, more affordable disposable respirator. 3M's passion for safety is brought to life as the team faces up to the challenge with the perfect solution: by creating a revolutionary new product.

Have Fun

Przemyslaw Raszeja lives in Warsaw, Poland and commutes over one hour each day to work at Quad Graphics. As Przemyslaw reminds us, even when things go wrong -- like today -- it's important to remember "always have fun."

A Day in the Life

Knorr Chef Einav Gefen lives for flavor. Discover how she brings great tasting, easy to make recipes to her table and the Knorr kitchens.

All Hands on Deck

This pilot video launched a series with the goal of changing the conversation around the Kmart brand by bringing to life the stories of Kmart Apparel's 200 designers, who worked at the brand's fashionable SOHO loft.

Peak's Picks

Meet Stephen Peak, manager of the European Focus Fund. He looks for value in European companies where many other investors don't find it. Stephen is known as a contrarian, and that's just fine with him. It's what helps make him, as described by Henderson Head of Equities, arguably one of the greatest investors of his g

Dream Team

KCSA is a public relations firm that helps businesses hone their messages and tell their stories. But what does a PR firm do when they need to tell its own story? Meet the people behind the firm as they masterfully go about their business.

Time Capsule

Before his death, Quad Graphics founder Larry Quadracci buried a time capsule. Now with his son running the company years later, we take a look at what is on the inside - and what's on the inside turns out to be the core foundation on which this company is built.

Wayfair Rising

Meet the founders of Wayfair.com and learn the story of where the company came from and, with the help of FedEx, where it's going. From the beginning, Wayfair.com faced many challenges. Learn how FedEx helped them strategize to get products quickly, and safely, to customers.

Raw Materials & Resources

Ivy Funds portfolio manager Fred Sturm journeys into the frozen tundra of Alberta, Canada to inspect oil reserves. Energy is the world's number one commodity, and it takes trips like this to find and evaluate it

Phil

Architecture and design firm Perkins+Will was founded on innovation in 1935. Seventy-five years later, P+W is still at the forefront with its emphasis on green operations and sustainable design. Phil Harrison, P+W President and CEO, says, "It's exciting to think that you can actually make a really big difference."

A Clear Path

Prosperity is rising in Xi'an China, and Ivy Funds Executive Vice President Mike Avery explores the changes first hand in this episode of The World Covered. "For the next thirty years, there is a very clear investment path for us to follow."

A Coastal Trip

Join Spyder Five Ambassador Mickey Fisher as he explores Northern California on his Spyder. Enjoy the beautiful scenery in San Francisco, zip lining above a river through the forest and see thesights from a hot air balloon.

The Watch

Monitoring the exposure of hospital patients to ionizing radiation from medical imaging procedures is becoming a huge focus for Professor Casselman, Chairman of Radiology in St John's Hospital, Bruges, Belgium. See how he is using GE Healthcare’s DoseWatch to most efficiently manage patient radiation intake with confid

Wayfair Rising

Meet the founders of Wayfair.com and learn the story of where the company came from and, with the help of FedEx, where it's going. From the beginning, Wayfair.com faced many challenges. Learn how FedEx helped them strategize to get products quickly, and safely, to customers.

Coley

Twenty years after introducing the vended laundry business to Italy, Coley O'Kief continues to grow his business by expanding the concept into new markets, in this recruiting video seeking new Alliance laundry franchises around the world.

A Night to Shine

McCann School Of Dance's Sandra juggles a million details -- not to mention a whole school's worth of students -- as she runs the final rehearsal before the studio's big recital at the historic Hershey Theater.

Page Private School

Page Private School was founded in 1908 by Kristin Dickson's great grandfather. As she continues his legacy, there just isn't enough time in the day for things like Facebook. See how Gannet's G/O Digital division is helping her solve her marketing needs.

#427: Stefano

Stefano Durdic is the 427th person to order a brand new Tesla Roadster. Join us as we ride along for his first test drive of the completely electric automobile. Will the high-end car live up to even higher expectations?

Waiting For Lance

Rafel Jezierski is a truck driver from Poland who has ridden his bike 80 kilometers up a hill to reach the finish at Besancon, France. He is on a mission--to get an autographed jersey from Lance Armstrong for his ailing wife Isabel.

Haworth

Journey into the award-winning headquarters of Haworth Office Supplies, and into the design mindset Perkins+Will used to create the celebrated space. "To truly help us, they had to know Haworth and believe in our vision," Haworth CEO Franco Bianchi says. "They made our business stronger."

Giovanni

First-time model Giovanni takes his first ever plane ride from New York to Los Angeles for the Spring Money Can't Buy Style photo shoot. Now he'll get to strut his stuff as the cameras roll. It's different than any photo shoot you've ever seen, as subjects handpick their own wardrobes for the shoot.

MECCA

The rust-belt city of Milwaukee, WI, used public funds to commission an eccentric, openly-gay artist Robert Indiana to paint the Bucks basketball floor in the 1970's. But after the Bucks moved across the street to the newly constructed Bradley Center, the MECCA Arena floor was left in storage and all but forgotten by t

Time Capsule

Before his death, Quad Graphics founder Larry Quadracci buried a time capsule. Now with his son running the company years later, we take a look at what is on the inside - and what's on the inside turns out to be the core foundation on which this company is built.

Crow Island

The design of the Crow Island School was a revolutionary and influential change in thought pioneered by architect Larry Perkins, the founder of Perkins+Will. See what innovation in design looks like past, present, and future.

All In The Family

Harley Davidson makes motorcycles, but the company has also made history. To show off some of that history, the ancestors of the original founders give us an insider's tour of the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The Art of the Steal

An exploration of one of the art world's most fascinating controversies and the struggle for control of Dr. Albert C. Barnes' $25 billion private collection of modern and post-impressionist art.

The Flag

The Flag focuses on the smudged American flag that three firefighters raised through the dust of the collapsed buildings at ground zero late in the afternoon of Sept. 11, 2001. A photograph of the flag raising taken by Thomas E. Franklin of the New Jersey newspaper The Record became a heartening, patriotic sym

Kickstart

Mountain Dew advertised their Kickstart flavors of soda during the 2014 Super Bowl in a commercial featuring a spectacular night launch of 400 model rockets at one time. This behind-the-scenesvideo documents how it happened.

What Drives Lance?

Academy Award winning documentarian Alex Gibney is along on the 2009 Tour de France filming Lance Armstrong's return to cycling. What is it about Lance Armstrong that Gibney finds so compelling? Featuring Alex, Lance, Alberto Contador and acclaimed director of photography Maryse Alberti.

Duro

Duro Olowu is beloved by fashion insiders—known for brilliantly updating classic silhouettes with savvy prints and bold hues. Here we go behind the scenes at a JCPenny photo shoot where we see the new line for the first time.

A Night to Shine

McCann School Of Dance's Sandra juggles a million details -- not to mention a whole school's worth of students -- as she runs the final rehearsal before the studio's big recital at the historic Hershey Theater.

Giovanni

First-time model Giovanni takes his first ever plane ride from New York to Los Angeles for the Spring Money Can't Buy Style photo shoot. Now he'll get to strut his stuff as the cameras roll. It's different than any photo shoot you've ever seen, as subjects handpick their own wardrobes for the shoot.

Rock the Bells

Personifying the fierce independence and do-it-yourself spirit of the Hip Hop movement, festival producer Chang Weisberg puts everything on the line for his impossible dream of reuniting notorious no-shows The Wu-Tang Clan.

A Coastal Trip

Join Spyder Five Ambassador Mickey Fisher as he explores Northern California on his Spyder. Enjoy the beautiful scenery in San Francisco, zip lining above a river through the forest and see thesights from a hot air balloon.

Early Morning Riders

Lamont Bryden and his friends Harvey and Len, ride their Can-Am Spyder roadsters to the Badlands National Park to catch the sunrise. This episode is part of a sixteen-episode web series where we travelled throughout North America with a select group of adventurous Spyder riders.

Graham Watson

Graham Watson is the world's foremost cycling photographer and has covered the Tour de France for over thirty years. His travel guide for the Tour de France is world renowned. Join us as we spend the morning with him in the beautiful medieval town of Tonnerre France.

All In The Family

Harley Davidson makes motorcycles, but the company has also made history. To show off some of that history, the ancestors of the original founders give us an insider's tour of the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

BERNARD THE RACER

It's a rainy morning in the French Alps and the local townspeople of Les Carroz gather for wine, song and an arrival of the Tour de France later in the day. When Bernard Matonnat shows up we find out that, for him, the race is more than just a spectator sport.

The Godfather of Tarpon Springs

George Billiris is the Godfather of Tarpon Springs, a taste of the Greek Islands founded generations ago on the sponge industry. George's family has run a sponge diving tourist attraction for five generations, longer than any other tourist attraction in the state.

Eli's BBQ

Dunedin may be known for it's Scottish heritage, but the locals are all "waiting on Eli" for his famous BBQ. Eli Crawford is the owner of Eli's BBQ. It's a barbecue family, as Eli's sister Esther, his godson Eric and the whole family help make this roadside stand world famous. As Eli says, "They come from all around" t

Cycling Heaven

Dave and Sharlene Vunic are at the Tour de France for their honeymoon. Dave is a Canadian Mounted Policeman who has always dreamed of visiting the Tour de France. He also has always dreamed of visiting the Swiss Alps. Today, he gets both of his wishes as he watches Alberto Contador take yellow.

Kyle

The Northwestern Mutual Foundation had $200,000 to donate and they wanted to put the choice of where that money should go in the hands of Facebook users. To make this goal a reality, the NM Foundation launched Click for Kids -- a video series focusing on the stories of nonprofits that help children.

A Miranda Lambert Story

Pedigree unveiled its See What Good Food Can Do documentary video series at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. In this third video from the series, Miranda Lambert showcases the impact people can make in dogs' lives, especially shelter dogs, with some extra attention, good food and loving care.

Peter Busby

We follow Perkins+Will Managing Director Peter Busby as he shows us around Vancouver and we see how design and architecture with nature in mind helps the city actually reduce its carbon footprint.

Sustainable Good

Visit farms in California with Knorr brand's head chef, Einav Geffen, to see Unilever's sustainability goals in practice and see first hand the people at the Knorr brand who care about sustainable ingredients in their products.

The Belleville

Trek industrial designer Michael Leighton was inspired by his love of cycling and his love of the environment. Now Trek gives us the new eco-design bicycle, the Trek Belleville. This is the story of the world's first green bike.Ride along with Trek Document Unscripted.

Mrs. Gerrish's Class

Meet Mrs. Gerrish, her students, and the the staff of the Concordia Creative Learning Acadamy, a St. Paul, MN charter school. This story brings to life the partnership between the Scotch-Brite brand and the Kids in Need Foundation.

Hoppy Hopkins

83-year old Kenneth 'Hoppy' Hopkins is a veteran of WWII. In fact he was at D-Day on Omaha beach with the US Navy.The Sears' Heroes at Home program helped Hoppy renovate, restore, and update the home he and his wife have lived in since 1948.

Miss Rider

Like many schools across the country, Alameda Elementary School terminated its formal art education program because of budget cuts. If it weren't for Miss Rider and Art Room Aid, the school wouldn't have an art program today.

The Piranha Tank

Meet CEO Hank Herrmann, a boss who doesn't mince words. "People have entrusted us to look over their money," he says. "We have a responsibility to execute."

Investor Day Trailer

This trailer for World Beyond Cash features government officials, business people and typical customers who are migrating to a cashless system through prepaid products.

Peak's Picks

Meet Stephen Peak, manager of the European Focus Fund. He looks for value in European companies where many other investors don't find it. Stephen is known as a contrarian, and that's just fine with him. It's what helps make him, as described by Henderson Head of Equities, arguably one of the greatest investors of his g

Thrive

Matt Kessler went to business school at Stanford through the Baird Scholar program. He now enjoys a great work/life balance as an Investment Banking Associate in San Francisco.

Raw Materials & Resources

Ivy Funds portfolio manager Fred Sturm journeys into the frozen tundra of Alberta, Canada to inspect oil reserves. Energy is the world's number one commodity, and it takes trips like this to find and evaluate it

Kyle

The Northwestern Mutual Foundation had $200,000 to donate and they wanted to put the choice of where that money should go in the hands of Facebook users. To make this goal a reality, the NM Foundation launched Click for Kids -- a video series focusing on the stories of nonprofits that help children.

Liv For A Cure

Meet 10-year-old Liv. She was born with cystic fibrosis, but that hasn’t stopped her from living a great life and raising more than $270,000 for Lurie Children's Memorial Hospital.

A Night to Shine

McCann School Of Dance's Sandra juggles a million details -- not to mention a whole school's worth of students -- as she runs the final rehearsal before the studio's big recital at the historic Hershey Theater.

Robot Camp

On June 16th 2008 Marquette University held a "Robot Camp" to build interest in engineering among gifted grade school students. This is where we meet Max, Robert and Simon. Hear their thoughts on cooking, cats, dogs, future technology, engineering and, of course... girls.

Mrs. Gerrish's Class

Meet Mrs. Gerrish, her students, and the the staff of the Concordia Creative Learning Acadamy, a St. Paul, MN charter school. This story brings to life the partnership between the Scotch-Brite brand and the Kids in Need Foundation.

Liam and Lance

When eight year old Liam Flanagan and his dad Bill decided to travel from their home in California to follow the Tour de France the had no idea that they were about to become part of the Livestrong legend. We join up with them on a mountainside in Andorre just before the race comes by.

Mad Hot Ballroom

Eleven-year-old New York City public school kids journey into the world of ballroom dancing and reveal pieces of themselves and their world along the way. Told from their candid, sometimes hilarious perspectives, these kids are transformed, from reluctant participants to determined competitors.

Rock School

Welcome to the hallowed halls of the Paul Green School of Rock Music, an after-school, Philadelphia institute of rock, where kids ages nine to seventeen learn the how-to's of rock and roll and serve under the tutelage of self-titles "uberlord" and founder of the school, Paul Green.

Sarah Gray Miller

Get a glimpse into "Country Living" magazine editor Sarah Gray Miller's home life and learn more about the eclectic country style of decorating. See how Sara's inspiration from auctions and antiques winds up in the pages of "Country Living" magazine -- and ultimately in the new Kmart COUNTRY LIVING Collection.

Duro

Duro Olowu is beloved by fashion insiders—known for brilliantly updating classic silhouettes with savvy prints and bold hues. Here we go behind the scenes at a JCPenny photo shoot where we see the new line for the first time.

A Night to Shine

McCann School Of Dance's Sandra juggles a million details -- not to mention a whole school's worth of students -- as she runs the final rehearsal before the studio's big recital at the historic Hershey Theater.

Giovanni

First-time model Giovanni takes his first ever plane ride from New York to Los Angeles for the Spring Money Can't Buy Style photo shoot. Now he'll get to strut his stuff as the cameras roll. It's different than any photo shoot you've ever seen, as subjects handpick their own wardrobes for the shoot.

Joe Boxer Battle Royale

Joe Boxer needed to refresh the image of the brand among hip, young design students in order to improve recruiting of new talent.

Denim Re-Defined

Route 66 is a clothing line named after the interstate highway of the same name famed for bringing people to the West. As part of our Fashion Forward series for Kmart, we were tasked to demonstrate how Route 66 is both affordable and comfortable and well made. In this video we look at how the denim we wear eve

Digital Divas

In the premier episode of Conversations on Style Kmart Fashion's resident fashion blogger, Donna Kim takes us on a tour from Soho to Times Square to meet fellow New York City fashion bloggers (Jenni, Zandile, and Katrina) and learn about their unique fashion and beauty inspirations.