Posts Tagged ‘fun’
On Friday July 12th, Jonathan Palevsky and Kati Harrison will be in the lobby of the Meyerhoff before the BSO’s Masters of Baroque concert at 7:30pm. Stop by and say Hi! Also, stay tuned for another Booth Appearance announcement very soon!
WBJC is a media sponsor for Everyman Theatre’s current romp, Beaux Strategem. Everyman’s Founding Artistic Director,Vincent Lancisi, came in to talk to me about it. Vincent Lancisi
GE “Atomic 440” Radio From the “Atomic” design style of the 1950’s. I saw one of these radios in an old photo of WBJC’s transmitter site (actual picture!), so I had to have one! This GE “Atomic 440” radio has seven tubes and a selenium rectifier. There is a phono input on the back. I […]
Bruce Nelson, character actor extraordinaire, is currently appearing in Everyman Theatre’s Beaux Strategem. He came in to talk to WBJC. Beaux Strategem Bruce Nelson
A program note for the Folger Theatre’s current production of “Twelfth Night” points out that this is the last of Shakespeare’s “romantic” or “happy” comedies, and that those that followed, like “Measure for Measure” and “All’s Well That Ends Well” are less innocent and more complicated. (To those I would add “Cymbeline,” “The Winter’s Tale” […]
Many of our WBJC volunteers knit or crochet, and we get to talking in Pledge Central about our hobbies. Many of us bring along a project to show off, and we get to talking about our various fiber addictions interests. People are often surprised to find out that I also have a spinning wheel and […]
What do the announcers do when they’re not serving up delicious selections of music? Here I am, trying to get a horse to eat… fig newtons! What do you do in your spare time?
This Emerson radio dates back to the late 1940’s. The cabinet was designed by the studios of Raymond Loewy, famed industrial designer. Lowey was responsible for the design of the Shell Oil logo, Studebaker automobiles, Coca-cola products and the US postal service eagle logo. It was quite unusual for a company like Emerson to build […]
Everyman Theatre, which has been a lynch pin in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District on Charles Street for almost two decades, has moved! This morning, at 10 o’clock, it was the ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the official public opening of the brand new Everyman, just around the corner from the Hippodrome on the […]
I love the way we celebrate the New Year—and other festive occasions—with a happy accident. Sparkling wine came about when the wine was bottled too soon, before the fermentation process had been completed. Contrary to popular belief, the monk, Dom Perignon, didn’t invent champagne. He actually did his very best to rid “the devil’s wine” of […]