Meg the drone drops a budget bombshell. No TV star limo for series host David Bibbey this week, just a pair of hiking boots!
David hikes through the Litchfield Forests with State forestry expert JP. Supported by his staff (the long wooden type), David visits The White Memorial Conservation Center. After a night under canvas David learns a thing or two including that he is over his fear of snakes.
Spotlight On The Arts
This episode features a segment with Ming Cho Lee, a scenic designer who is constantly challenging himself to create sets which can be experienced by both the audience and the performer under one roof. He speaks about his upbringing in China, his start in watercolor, and his 50 years of set design.
Made In Connecticut
Curtis Packaging, originally started making boxes for the buttons and combs they produced to ship elsewhere. When the button and comb supply chain ran dry, they evolved to just the packaging part of the company. We speak with Don Droppo who shows us the colorful packages they have designed for perfumes, chocolates and more.
Connecticut Cultural Treasures
The Shoreline Trolley Museum is the oldest continuously run trolley line in the United States. We meet Nathan Nietering, the museum director who walks us through the museum, and gives us a ride on a trolley car.
All the great outdoors builds an appetite for African American Soul food with friend and fellow ‘world music’ lover Mark Ingram. Mark meets David in Hamden at The Cast Iron Soul. David gets a lesson on what ‘soul food’ really means.