Norm Abram: “As a brilliant creator/producer/director, Russ Morash has used his personal passion and love for well prepared food, gardening, home improvement/repair and woodworking to develop a whole new genre of television programs."
In the days when car salesman Ernie Boch used to pop out of a trunk and urge car shoppers to "c'mon down!" on commercial TV, who can forget the hyperbolic copy we wrote offering the 2-Toy as a perk to donors.
Mary Feldhaus-Weber — she of the soft, light voice, twinkling, teasing eyes and mischievous smile — is no more. She passed away at dusk, as Magic Hour drew to a close, on Sunday, October 6, 2013.
“I go for the spontaneity of the moment. What I’m looking for is the drama, and whether it’s excitement or repose really depends on what shows up."
From Dan Beach: I added some random shots through the years at 'GBH to my Facebook profile. Feel free to use anything that might be of interest.
In 1969–1970 he served as Lighting Designer for the first “Evening at Symphony” and “Evening at Pops” at Symphony Hall.
BBC Video: The work of Nam June Paik, considered the father of video art, has been put on display at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington DC.
After college, Doug began a forty year career as an audio engineer, including stints for Boston public television's WGBH station and later at WCVB, Channel 5 where he won an Emmy award for excellence in his field.
From Michael Ambrosino: Too much time had gone by, and too many names added to the list those who left us, to not think of at least getting some of the local folk together in 2012.
New York Times: Fisher created and moderated “The Advocates,” a court-style program that took on one policy issue at a time and examined it in detail from different perspectives.