Host Dennis McMahon brings in Professor Peter Harrigan of Saint Michael's College to explore his exciting work of historical drama focusing on women who worked in Winooski's mills in the 19th and 20th centuries, Mill Girls.
Host Dennis McMahon previews Essex Junction's "steAmfest" with guests Kristin Humbargar, founder and owner of the Essex Hub for Women & Business, and Julie Miller-Johnson, managing director of "steAmfest."
Host Dennis McMahon speaks with Hector Del Curto - Artistic Director & Bandoneonist and Jisoo Ok - Executive Director & Cellist, of the Stowe Tango Music Festival.
Bandoneon players include:
Host Dennis McMahon speaks with Jen Kopf, Coordinator of Education & Interpretation at Billings Farm & Museum, Rural History Museum in Woodstock, Vermont.
For more information visit: http://billingsfarm.org/
Host Dennis McMahon speaks with Brenna Galdenzi, President, Protect Our Wildlife VT, and Dr. Peggy Larson, Volunteer and Retired Veterinarian.
For more information visit: http://www.protectourwildlifevt.org/
Host Dennis McMahon discusses the Essex Junction Train Hop with Darby Mayville, Community Relations/Economic Development Assistant for the Village of Essex Junction.
For more information visit: http://www.ejrp.org/essex-junction-train-hop.html
Host Dennis McMahon discusses All-Breed Rescue with Carolyn Paddock-Moore, Vice President, Scarlett Clark, Volunteer, and special guests Buster and Rose.
For more information visit: http://www.allbreedrescuevt.com/
Host Dennis McMahon discusses the Stowe Tango Music Festival with Hector Del Curto, Founder and Artistic Director, and Jisoo Ok, Executive Director.
Stowe Tango Music Festival takes place August 18-21, 2016
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Jeff Chester, Director of the Center for Digital Democracy and national advocate for media justice, joins us on Thursday, November 9th at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall in Burlington, VT for a provocative and timely talk about how Big Data threatens to change Politics and Democracy forever and what we can do to stop it. The event begins at 5.30 with a reception, followed by the Public Talk at 6 p.m. ending at 8 p.m. REGISTER TODAY