Thursday, May 23, 2013
Join host Rachel Strutt of the Somerville Arts Council as she converses with participants in the Somerville Arts Council's Dancing in the Streets summer outdoor dance performance series. Guests include Audra Carabetta, Brian Crabtree, Gregory Jenkins and Nicole Pierce. There is also footage from the dance performance on May 12, 2013 that was held on at Somerville's City Hall Concourse. Directed by Gordon Nelson.
Monday, March 4, 2013
This episode features fascinating collections owned by Somerville residents Jesse Moos (action figures), June Erlick (masks) and John Roderick (postcards). Hosted by Rachel Strutt of the Somerville Arts Council with a guest host appearance by Vera Vidal.
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Rachel Strutt of the Somerville Arts Council talks to Union Square culinary experts Byron Cabrera and Mimi Graney in the studio. We also visit the kitchens of José García (EBI Sushi) and Carolina Rendón (La Cantina Mexicana). Produced at Somerville Community Access TV, Somerville, MA.
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Join host Rachel Strutt of the Somerville Arts Council in a hairy discussion about beards, barber shops and hair culture in Somerville. Guests include Todd Easton, BeardFest Founder/Co-producer and Bert Mayer, President/Founder of the Boston Beard Bureau. Produced at Somerville Community Access TV in Somerville, MA.
Monday, October 1, 2012
Host Rachel Strutt (Somerville Arts Council) interviews Jodi Colella, mixed media sculptor and Tori Costa, volunteer from the Nave Gallery about fiber arts. Directed by Gordon Nelson and produced at Somerville Community Access TV in Somerville, MA.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Join host Rachel Strutt in conversation with New England record dealers Justin Cohen (Studebaker Hawk), Chris Daltry (What Cheer?) and Dave Plunkett (Somerville Grooves). Produced by the Somerville Arts Council at Somerville Community Access TV. Directed by Gordon Nelson on August 13, 2012.
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Join host Rachel Strutt in conversation with Marcus Santos of Grooversity and Marytha Paffrath of Libana, two of Somerville's leading proponents of drum culture. Produced by the Somerville Arts Council at Somerville Community Access TV.