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Wednesday, December 31 1969

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Democracy Here --- Episode 6

Recorded Spring 2018

Host Mary Malmros (not pictured) interviews UMass Professor, and Raise Up Massachusetts Steering Committee Member, Max Page about a $15 minimum wage, paid medical leave, and the Fair Share Amendment.

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Democracy Here --- Episode 5

Recorded April 10, 2018

This episode features the second section of a two-part panel discussion about high stakes testing.

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Democracy Here --- Episode 4

Recorded April 10, 2018

This episode features the first section of a two-part panel discussion about high stakes testing.

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Jung Association of Western MA Presents --- Nothing is Real

Recorded January 14, 2018

Jungian Analyst Jason Smith lectures on "Self-emptying in Jungian Psychology & the Contemplative Traditions", demonstrating how the experience of nothingness is expressed in the great world religions, as well as in the theories of depth psychology.

Art in the Community

January 19, 2018

We recently sat down with one of the artists who participated in the Greenfield Recreation Department's inspirational project to put design in unexpected places.

DOT Nash's Mill Road Bridge Replacement Public Hearing --- May 25, 2017

This is the full Massachusetts Department of Transportation (DOT) public hearing on this infrastructure project.

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Rebuilding a Bridge

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KarenShapiro
May 26, 2017

Experts involved in the Nash's Mill Road Bridge Replacement Project explain what it will take to repair this piece of town infrastructure.

Brainstorming

May 16, 2017

Meet the creative team behind the Greenfield Recreation Department's latest art installation, a display you'll only be able to see in wet weather.

Franklin Recovery Center Q & A

Recorded April 21, 2017

Watch as Congressman McGovern, Mayor Martin, & Behavioral Health Network CEO Katherine Wilson celebrate the opening of a local residential treatment center, answering questions about the opioid epidemic & much more.

Stay Safe on the Roads in Winter Weather

Adapted from a MassDOT press release:

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has issued a Winter Weather Advisory and advises the public to use caution on the drive home from work today, and for travel to destinations through the day tomorrow, as forecasters are calling for weather that includes a wintry mix of rain, freezing rain, sleet, and snow depending upon the region of the state.

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