Thankfully, yesterday's winter storm didn't slow us down too much and, though we had to close early, a lot was accomplished by the two staff members who were able to walk into the office. No shoots had been scheduled in our studio on Thursday and our executive director made sure that rebroadcasts aired on WMCB 107.9-lp FM, in place of the live shows that normally occur. It was a good day to catch up on things, since it was so quiet, and we hope everyone reading this was able to enjoy a nice day at home, even if much of it was spent shoveling.
On another note, our new media producer was disheartened last Saturday, when she went to show a friend the beautiful ice sculpture by Thomas Matsuda (featured in last week's blog post) and discovered that it had been smashed. While she stood on the sidewalk in shock, she ended up comforting another woman, who was upset about the vandalism, by informing her that we had pictures of some of the pieces on our website. The Greenfield Recreation Department and the ice carvers work very hard each year, to bring smiles to the faces of residents and Winter Carnival attendees, and we hope that the people responsible for the damage are brought to justice. We also want to give a shout out to the good samaritans, including folks from Greenfield Garden Cinemas, who put some of the art back together. Way to go!