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“We shape our tools, thereafter they shape us.” – John Culkin, Fordham University professor Think of cable television as a box. The box was built by ingenuity and … more
It’s a dark and cold morning in February and artist Joan Albaugh is heading out the door, flashlight in hand, for one of her daily predawn walks. The objective is to find inspiration for her … more
It is Wednesday evening in Tim Parsons’ living room, and the instrument of choice looks like a short-necked sort of mini-guitar, with four nylon strings. The ukulele is more associated with … more
The clock strikes ten on Saturday night. Longtime local band Buckle & Shake floods through The Gaslight’s back doors with a wave of gear. After making the rounds greeting staff and … more
Just days before the biggest show of his life, Brian Glowacki is surprisingly calm. But that’s the way he operates. Even backstage, moments before the show, he would not be much … more
Director Jay Craven stands behind the camera outside the Oldest House, surrounded by a professional film crew, New York actors, college students and island extras, alike. The set is 1770s Vermont. … more
She could see the rooftops of town, sloping down to the sparkling blue of the harbor, the sunlight slanting through the windows, the personal histories that people had left written on the window trim … more
It is a rather plain looking white vase. It would be hard to blame you, if you passed it by with only the slightest interest. When David Billings looks at the vase, it conjures stories of the Silk … more
She has three more novels to write, she says, and a half-dozen film and television projects which may or may not bring the stories from the pages of her books to the screen. She says 2024 sounds … more
To a casual observer, the hull of the old scallop boat looks like its best days were at least a decade ago. To Mike Allen it looks like a small piece of island history, of his own personal history, … more
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