Our third and final preview for Live Art Magazine's third issue, coming up this weekend at the Academy of Music on October 23rd.
The next in our series of short previews for Live Arts Magazine on October 23rd. Rythea Lee is a Northampton based performer, who just recently finished a year touring her one woman show “Don’t Be a Dick”.
Our first in a series of short previews for Live Arts Magazine on October 23rd. Jedediah Berry is author of "The Family Arcana: A Story in Cards", and will be performing excerpts from his latest work at the Academy of Music in Northampton later this month.
Vox Pop is a series of produced audio pieces featuring "voices of the people," responding to a range of selected topics. These vox pops were produced by students in the Hampshire College course, “Poetics and Politics of Nonfiction ...
A conversation between Michael Conforti, the Felda and Dena Hardymon Director of the Clark Art Institute, and John Hockenberry, host of The Takeaway.
A group of high school students from Northampton went to the streets of their hometown to find out about the opioid epidemic in the region. Members of Northampton High School’s Teen Advocacy Group, these students created a display of interviews and photographs to raise awareness.
Citron focuses her lecture on threatening messages, revenge pornography and the debate over first amendment rights when it comes to posting content online.
Fiction Editor for the New Yorker discusses how she selects and helps prepare the magazine's weekly short story publications.
The lecture looked at the history of how those living with mental illness have faced discrimination and ostracism, as well as the science behind why much of that treatment within the society still remains the same today.
Spiritual leader, Yogi Bhajan, discusses the effects of yoga and meditation on the mind...
Howard Zinn speaks at Mount Holyoke college on the flux of student radicalism tied to the Civil Rights and Anti-war movement. Zinn speaks of his own personal experiences, as well as those of others he met during this time in American ...
Isaac Asimov discusses various topics in science fiction, most prominently how the past factors into our ability to predict the future. This was originally broadcast on WFCR's Five ...
Originally aired December 17, 2001. Rufie the rufous hummingbird. Discovered in Agawam, MA... way off course from it's normal Alaska to Mexico migration has captured the attention of Massachusetts biologists.
Originally Aired 1/30/06. Mary Alice Wilson accompanies Laurie to the winter roosting site of a large robin population located on a Christmas Tree farm in Hatfield, MA.
Originally Aired 5/9/05. Laurie repels down a cliffside with Ralph Taylor to get a closer look at a nest of raven chicks.
Chaos in Leningrad, rocking Italian women, and acts of inhumanity beyond comprehension.
New England Public Radio and the Academy of Music Theatre are back this year with the second season of our Valley Voices Story Slam! This week, "Stranger," recorded live last month at the Northampton Brewery.
Our second season of Valley Voices Story Slams is well underway, and we’re setting you up with a look at last season with our Valley Voices Podcast.