Anya Huneke, one on one interview with Josie Leavitt.
We discover how one of the longest running Yiddish theatres in North America keeps the Yiddish culture alive on stage.
O&A correspondent Chris McClure discovers the tricks of the trade from master cake designer Irene Maston from Irene’s Cakes by Design in Ludlow.
We meet sculptor David Stromeyer who shares his process and inspiration for his large scale metal sculptures.
We discover an usual event that combines zombies and running and the people who love both.
We visit a sheepdog competition in Bath, New Hampshire and meet several ‘athletes’ and their trainers who share stories about the challenges and rewards of competitive sheepherding.
O&A Correspondent Chris McClure visits Big Lenny Montuori at his hot dog truck in Rutland, Vermont to discover what makes him and his hot dogs such an institution in Rutland.
We follow a class of surfers as they learn how to river surf on the rapids around the island of Montreal.
Preview & discussion of American Experience's 1964.
It was the year of the Beatles and the Civil Rights Act; of the Gulf of Tonkin and Barry Goldwater’s presidential campaign; the year that cities across the country erupted in violence and Americans tried to make sense of the Kennedy assassination. Based on The Last Innocent Year: America in 1964 by award-winning journalist Jon Margolis, this film follows some of the most prominent figures of the time — Lyndon B. Johnson, Martin Luther King, Jr., Barry Goldwater, Betty Friedan — and brings out from the shadows the actions of ordinary Americans whose frustrations, ambitions and anxieties began to turn the country onto a new and different course.
Professor Jim Moran
Professor Dave Plazek
Chairman Paul Silver
This event is free and open to the public.
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