Don’t you wish sometimes we could slow down the pace of life as it was when the Boomers were closer to being babies? G. Michael Dobbs realizes how old school technology provided a break for us.
Rick Sullivan, the president and CEO of the Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts (EDC) believes the next chapter in economic development for Springfield and the region is connecting local companies in the supply chains of the CRRC rail car factory and MGM Springfield. Learn more in this interview with G. Michael Dobbs.
G. Michael Dobbs reveals his inner horror fanboy in this installment.
G. Michael Dobbs recalls the nervous times of the early 1960s when the threat of nuclear war was a reality in Western Massachusetts.
G. Michael Dobbs pays tribute to Springfield native June Foray, the voice actress who recently passed at age 99.
Did you used to go to the drive-in? G. Michael Dobbs remembers the movie-going tradition that was a rite of summer in the Pioneer Valley.
You can take the boy off radio, but you can’t take the radio out of the boy. G. Michael Dobbs looks back on his life-long love of radio.
With the coming of spring, the neighbors in G. Michael Dobbs’s part of Springfield are stirring and that isn’t always a good thing. Mike rants about it in this edition of “G. Michael Dobbs: At Large.”
The landscape for media is always changing and that includes cable television and public access stations. John Abbott and Stephen Cary are the two people who are behind the efforts to change the programming and perception of cable access programming with Focus Springfield. They speak with G. Michael Dobbs about the motivations behind what they are doing in local media.
In this edition of At Large with G. Michael Dobbs, Mike talks with preparedness expert Robert Prince, whose company Storm Ready helps people be ready to handle both man-made and natural disasters. Prince is a veteran of the 82nd Airborne and a Chicopee resident whose new sales platform is an Army surplus five-ton truck.