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2011-02-23 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio
A Really Full Show…

There’s so much show, and so little time (and room!) to fit it all in!

First we get an update from Bill Scher about what’s happening in Wisconsin.

Then we get a visit from Bob Cilman, Diane Porcella, Ed Sullivan, and Ed’s alter ego Tom Mahnken to talk about the last of the Four Sundays in February, the 20th anniversary of The Really Big Show happening this Sunday.

Finally, we talk to Andrea Miller, executive director of NARAL Massachusetts, about the systematic attack on women’s health programs and reproductive rights, and how you can help.

 

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Wednesday 23 February 2011 - File Audio
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…well, six, if you count Bob Cilman’s hats. We do. Plus he and Diane Porcella bring us some pretty amazing entertainment, and this year’s Four Sundays in February is no exception. Expect amazing acappella, classic films scored by a live orchestra, a film festival by and for kids, flaming yoyos and smokin’ ukeleles! Plus, the 20th birthday of The Really Big Show, featuring Tom Mahnken as Ed Sullivan. It’s an event so packed with entertainment, we actually need to give it another show to talk about, because we ran out of time.

 

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Also, check out this amazing video of Northampton in the snow by our pal Scott Howard.


Thursday 3 February 2011 - File Audio
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2010-08-30 | Jaz Tupelo // Blog
Shake your booty (and other body parts)

Join Bill and Jaz at Look Park tomorrow for the 20th annual Transperformance. This year’s theme is “Body Parts.” See how we translate that into costume (don’t worry – there is no chance of us showing up as Slim Goodbody).


Monday 30 August 2010 - File Blog
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2010-06-18 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio
Art for everyone’s sake

Independent filmmaker Julie Akeret talks about the importance of the relationship between art and community – a theme she explores in her latest project, a documentary about Ashfield’s Double Edge Theater. To find out how you can be a part of the community that gets this project off the ground, click here. You can also watch a demo below.

 

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(The puppies you hear barking in the background are Scout and Dennis Hopper, who were visiting for the morning.)

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Friday 18 June 2010 - File Audio
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