Season 3, Episode 5 - February 22, 2017

February 22, 2017

Dan complains about the snow and wonders where all the kids have gone who used to shovel your driveway. Marieke revives the Pokémon Go discussion. Dan interviews Brian Cofrancesco of Connecticut’s Old State House, who talks about the Kid Governor Program and the importance of civic engagement.

Music credits: “Bueno Jazz,” texasradiofish, ccmixter.org

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Season 3, Episode 4 - February 15, 2017

February 15, 2017

P6055741_150.pngMarieke and Dan talk about their wilderness experiences. Dan interviews archivist/artist Becky Fullerton of the Appalachian Mountain Club and explores the similarities between museums and the great outdoors. Marieke closes out the episode with an impassioned appeal to museum activism.

Music credits: “Wayo Wayo,” Reiswerk, ccmixter.org

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Season 3, Episode 3 – February 8, 2017

February 8, 2017

Emily-Gonzalez100.pngMarieke and Dan compare notes about the Inauguration and subsequent protests. Marieke interviews archivist Emily Gonzalez about collecting items from the Boston Women’s March. Dan has a chat with Steven Rothstein of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library about JFK’s legacy and its meaning for today.

Music credits: “Reverie (small theme),” ghost; “Hanging Eleven,” Kara Square, ccmixter.org

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Season 3, Episode 2 - February 1, 2017

February 1, 2017

Dan tries to convince Marieke to attend national Museums Advocacy Day before segueing into Part II of the AASLH “person on the street” interviews. Marieke interviews Laurie Phillips of Museum Sage and relates her experience with the program when she was guided by museum consultant Rainey Tisdale.

Music credits: “By By Baby, JeffSpeed68 , ccmixter.org

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