When Westfield teacher Cindy Peacock Gaylord could no longer take her students on an historic walking tour of Westfield due to the pandemic, she joined forces with noted Western Mass. photographer Fred Gore.
Together, they have created “Historic Westfield Virtual Tours,” a completely interactive experience.
In this special program, Fred and Cindy give an overall picture of this online experience.
Ever felt like you were a born screenwriter, but not sure what to do to create that path?
From the Berkshire Film and Media Collaborative, Executive Director Diane Pearlman alerts us to two online workshops!
The Berkshire Film and Media Collaborative will present the two workshops with the renowned Hollywood producer, literary manager and screenwriter Marilyn R. Atlas as part of its continuing mission to provide learning opportunities for the film community in Western Massachusetts.
Atlas will present “Creating Memorable Characters” on Saturday, January 23, from 3PM-5PM ET, and “The Importance of Pitching” on Saturday, January 30, from 3PM-5PM. During the latter workshop, some participants will have the opportunity to pitch their film and video projects to Atlas.
Hear all the details in this special program with Diane Pearlman.
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Radio Show #404 - Diane Pearlman, Berkshire Film and Media Collaborative: Write For The Movies!
In a special report to Pioneer Valley Radio, International Political Consultant Anthony Cignoli presents an overview of the break-in by protesters at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
The slow response by law enforcement, the reactions of high-ranking members of Congress of both parties, the call for the removal of the president by exercise of the 25th Amendment, and the overall culpability of President Trump all fall under discussion.
The vice president’s role and the legacy of President Trump are matters for analysis by Anthony Cignoli, of the A.L. Cignoli Company.
Fighting food insecurity for Franklin County this holiday season and all year round, Rachel Berggren is collecting and distributing meals to those in need throughout the region through the auspices of the Franklin County Community Meals Program.
Collecting and distributing the food, the origin of the program, as well as Rachel’s personal story in this endeavor is featured in this special program.
A live and local performer who seems to keep working through the pandemic, while others are waiting for their gigs to start up again, Joe Pereira entertains at least a couple of nights a week at Springfield’s 350 Grill.
In this program, Joe explains how this opportunity came about and what it means to him.
He might be crooning, and he might be rocking out, but Joe and some fellow singers keep the night moving at the 350 Grill!
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Radio Show #386 - Joseph Pereira is Playing and Singing Through the Pandemic