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  • We chat with Amanda Freeman, Marissa Chiapperino, Franchezka Bermudez about changing policy and making bureaucracy easier to navigate in the 413, Discover the century of history nestled in Great Barrington at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, and Mr. Universe tackles issues both terrestrial and cosmic.
  • 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 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 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.
  • 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 head over to Dakin Humane Society's Animal Shelter in Springfield to PET ALL THE THINGS...ahem... Find out about their new director and expanded offerings, and Mr. Universe, Hampshire College professor Salman Hameed, extols the virtues of the new Scorsese movie and tells how the discovery of ronin planets could mean much more in our search for new heavenly bodies.
  • Word Nerd Emily Brewster celebrates Dictionary Day with us by exploring the spelling pursuits of our local dictionary's namesake, Noah Webster, we explore a possible future for Pittsfield with mayoral candidate Peter Marchetti, and Mr. Universe, Salman Hameed, talks with us about going to New Mexico to see the first Pakistani astronaut.
  • Connecticut author Kathleen Housely's biography tells the story of an intellectual and polymath, James Gates Percival, whose geological work laid the foundations for generations of Earth scientists.
  • We hear the sounds and stories of pianist Carli Munoz, who plays at Smith College later this week, hear about the rebirth and new season of Pothole Pictures in Shelburne Falls, and hear about the possibilities of life on Jupiter's moon, Europa.
  • We head to Springfield's first dual language program at Gerena Elementary School, find out what Osiris Rex discovered on its recent asteroid visit, and delve into the rich history and culture of Bomba with Brendaliz Cepeda and Saul Peñalosa of Bomba de Aqui.