In this episode recorded back in the early summer, Josh and Alyssa talk about D’Orsi’s bakery, the new Creative Collective offices, Peabody’s downtown, the lack of diversity in Bar Harbor, Maine, preservation, and how Samuel McIntyre was a subdivision developer at heart
Alyssa cops to her new addiction to Front Street Coffeehouse, and there’s more Phillips Library talk (you thought they were done, didn’t you?).
Plus Josh admits to knowing way too much about the history of the MBTA’s compatibility issues. And they even talk about weed! With special technical glitches in the recording!
Josh and Alyssa discuss the founding of the internet and the future of the internet in Salem.. The status of the Phillips Library and it’s collection and topics concerning the Salem Historical Society. Josh discusses his thoughts on hash browns. What critters will Alyssa eat?
Robyn from Creative Collective and Melissa from Now Age Travel take a fresh approach to women’s history in Salem. More than a city of witches, Salem has always had a history of bold women shaping the area for famous, infamous, and lesser-known happenings. Listen to Robyn and Melissa chat with local residents, creatives, politicians, historians, and feminist leaders about the history of Salem and the women who influenced it.
On this episode of the PastryCast with Josh and Alyssa the discussion is very lively as they chat about the Phillips Library and the move of it’s contents to a storage facility in Rowley that has been built by Peabody Essex Museum.
Robyn from Creative Salem/Collective and Melissa from Now Age Travel take a fresh approach to women’s history in Salem. More than a city of witches, Salem has always had a history of bold women shaping the area for famous, infamous, and lesser-known happenings.
Robyn & Melissa get back together to chat with new Salem Ward 2 Councilor, Christine Madore. The three discuss one of Salem’s recent heroes, Ada Louise Huxtable, and her ability to save Salem from becoming a major highway.
Ep.1 of the Creative Salem HistoryCast with host Robyn Giannopolo In this episode, Robyn interviews Ryan Conary, David Moffat and Everett Philbrook about the upcoming book in the Images of America series featuring The House of the Seven Gables in Salem MA. Learn more about the inspiration and contents of this excellent addition to a [….]
On this episode of the pastrycast Alyssa (Salem Historical Society) and Josh (JH Turiel IT and Salem City Councillor) Interview Andy and Jackie King from A&J King Artisan Bakers. Jackie and Andy King met at the New England Culinary Institute, after which they moved to Portland, ME to pursue their careers in baking. After training [….]
On this episode of the Creative Salem Podcast, we have Creative Salem partner and Alumni Kate Babcock. Kate is the director of Operations at Hunter Creative Labs and their organization which coins itself a double impact innovation lab and truly believe in the message to “Be the change you want to see in the world.” In [….]
On this episode of the Creative Salem Podcast Josh and Alyssa talk to Erik and Jenn from Goodnight Fatty. Goodnight Fatty is a late night homemade cookie pop up that has been taking Salem by storm. Topics in this episode include the Sanctuary for Peace Ordinance, the state of retail in Salem and what we [….]
“Life After Midnight: Strange History, Salem Style” is a podcast led by two lady weirdos from Salem, Massachusetts dedicated to exploring the dark side of our history & educating the masses on the macabre. [soliloquy id=”17510″]
Witch Hunt Podcast Episode 10: It’s Still Happening – Show Notes Unfortunately, there are still many places in the world where innocent men, women, and children are accused of being witches and who pay with their lives in events that are eerily reminiscent of Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. Below are resources that were used [….]
Tune in for the twice-monthly podcast version of FYI Salem! Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll interviews city officials, community leaders, notable residents, and more, and provides a brief update on the latest news and information from the City of Salem, from inside City Hall and across the community. On this episode, Mayor Driscoll speaks with Matt [….]
On this episode of the Creative Salem podcast, we talk with Doneeca Thurston from the Peabody Essex Museum. Doneeca is a Creative Engagement producer and is the driving force behind the monthly late night event series PEM/PM. Doneeca is a Salem resident and an advocate for social equality and using art as a historic and modern tool [….]