Real Clark, fake judges
In our plywood ramp to the weekend, we dig into some more art.
We head to Williamstown, Massachusetts, to tour the Clark Art Institute with director of communications Vicki Saltzman and hear where the bones are buried. We also see the painting that was the founder's favorite.
While mcgoverning with Rep. Jim McGovern, we hear about reading banned books to children at the Library of Congress. (There's tons of art in those halls, we hear.)
And former western Massachusetts resident, current TV actor, fake judge, author and comedian John Hodgman talked about his new series on Hulu, "Up Here." It's a musical comedy, so we can now add "singer" to his long list of accomplishments. We ask his feelings on a small historical BBC production, just to be niche.