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Interviews & Talk

  • We check out an exhibit of eccentric oddities at the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, hear about the restorative and transformative justice of Pa'lante in Holyoke, and give a quick rundown of all the contested mayoral races in western Mass with NEPM's Adam Frenier.
  • We get down with Ed Bride about the Berkshire Jazz Sprawl, discover the origins of Earth's moon with Mr. Universe, and have a sit down with Chicopee mayoral hopeful, current city-councilor Delmarina Lopez.
  • We dance with BCUC for Live Music Friday, wrap up our collaboration with the Media Lab Fellows and their series "Books for Young People", celebrate Dare Bottleshop & Provision's 2nd birthday with a tour of Beaujolais, and introduce you to a new voice in jazz here at NEPM.
  • We indulge in reverance of the apple for Franklin County Cider Days, heat it up with Kara Peters of Ahlbin's Fire Cider, and hear about the initiatives in the bay state to end Daylight Savings Time with Dr. Karin Johnson
  • We head to the next town over and check out the new digs for the Food Bank of Western Mass, plus we get to sit and discuss the organizations growth, past, and future with director Andrew Morehouse, and Word Nerd Emliy Brewster teaches us fancy words for some activities we do on the daily.
  • It's the end of October, so we get a rundown of scary tales and history of the 413 with Jeff Belanger and talk about the 3 ofrendas going up in Holyoke and Easthampton with organizers Iohann Rashi Vega and Jason Montgomery
  • We find out how Latinas 413 and Hot Plate Brewing Company are teaming up for Dia de los Muertos festivities in Pittsfield, take an extra spooky tour of the Wistariahurst Museum in Holyoke with Director Megan Seiler, and use space as a metaphor for our greater humanity with Mr. Universe, Salman Hameed.
  • We head to Leverett to chat with drink wine with Ken Washburn and find out about their inagural Harvest Festival, Kaliis gets interviewed about her book "Sir Morien: A Tale of a Knight of The Round Table" by Media Lab Fellow Jeremiah Merced, young guitar phenom Louie Phipps joins us for Live Music Friday to celebrate his second album, and we explore the incoming crops at Riverland Farm in Sunderland.
  • Members of the cast and crew of the rock musical Lizzie, which takes a look at the life and motivations of Lizzie Borden, Richard Little stops by to tell us how we can help to take Jurassic Armored Mud Balls to the state level, and Congressman Jim McGovern gives his impressions of the new speaker.
  • We explore what the recently announced 4 billion dollar Affordable Housing Act could mean for western Massachusetts with Keith Fairey of Wayfinders and Denise Jordan of the Springfield Housing Authority, and hear how Hampshire and Hampden county organizations are collaborating for the Youth Performance Festival.