Lilly Lombard and Angie Gregory of Grow Food Northampton stop by to update us on the city’s efforts to buy the Bean and Allard farms, why they want to do that, and how you can help.
Also, we check in with our man in the White House, Bill Scher, who breaks down the State of the Union address for us. He also gives us a preview of The Progressive Breakfast while he waits for his blogger roundtable to begin.
Plus, Bill and Jaz discuss Oscar nominations and a winter weather letdown.
Bill and Jaz discuss the variousbenefitshappening this weekend (and point out which one might be of use to you in the upcoming zombie apocalypse, if that’s how you make your important financial decisions). Also, we wrap up the roundabout discussion, and Bill talks about zoning. But don’t worry: he swears, so it’s not boring.
Nerissa and Katryna Nields are releasing a new DVD, and singing about one of their favorite things – organic farms. The world premiere of the DVD will be at Tuesday Market on June 15th, inside the old Dynamite Space. They stop by the backyard to sing and talk about dirt, poop, and the difference between kids’ music and folk music (hint: not much).
But before that, we sit down with Bill’s mom, Maria Dwight, to talk about the issue we’ll all (hopefully) face someday: aging, and the problems and opportunities it brings.