n this episode: Josh and Alyssa have recovered from the December plagues, they talk about retail marijuana (and Josh’s inability to operate machinery), the horror that is the “Witch City Mall”, Catgate, and how our cats simply let us live because killing us would be too much work.
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!
History, Salem, Lobsters and Pastry!
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?
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.
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 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 [….]
On this episode of PastryCast we feature that special Coffee Time treat… the Paczki!! and we meet Coffee Time Owner Robert Liani, the past and future of the Bridge Street Neck, Salem Festivals and which ones the hosts love AND discussion on the current restaurant boom. Via Wikipedia Pączki (/ˈpɔːntʃki/, pawnch-ki, Polish: pączki [ˈpɔnt͡ʂkʲi] ( listen), [….]
On this episode of the PastryCast Alyssa and Josh discuss the Imagine Salem initiative, the progress on the Salem waterfront at the Footprint site, plans to keep Salem a historic place while being progressive and the Derby St “carnival lot” purchase. This week’s selection of pastry included German Chocolate Cake, Chocolate Chip Whoopie Pie, Stuffed [….]
The premise of PastryCast is a pretty simple one; Two hosts are given random questions pertaining to local history and it’s juxtaposition to modern topics. The catch… During the entire episode, the hosts will be delivered pastry from a local bakery. PastryCast Salem MA. Today’s episode of PastryCast brings local Historian Alyssa Conary and [….]