Jane Maas, a real life Peggy Olson who started as a copywriter at Ogilvy & Mather in1964 and rose to become a creative director and agency officer, shares her personal insights on what it was really like to work amongst the “Mad Men” of advertising in the 1960s and 1970s.
In a time of global anxiety and political unrest, a young couple contemplates having a child. If they over think it, they’ll never do it. But if they rush, it could be a disaster. What will be the first to destruct – the planet or the relationship? This is the central question of the play LUNGS, having its New England premiere at Barrington Stage Company in Pittsfield. The play’s co-stars Brooke Bloom and Ryan King, and David Sernick of Barrington Stage, will speak with Carrie Saldo.
Maynard Seider will discuss his recent film “Farewell to Factory Towns”, chronically the history of work in North Adams, the impact of deindustrialization and how the city is trying to stand on its feet.
Over the last 5 years, the number of farmers’ markets in the region doubled, and 49 markets now offer locally grown food in all seasons of the year! The array and display of goods is bountiful with items from maple syrup and honey to meat, flowers, vegetables and fruit. Producer Dave Fraser, along with Phil Korman, Executive Director at CISA, spent the day with the folks at the Kitchen Garden Farm in Sunderland as they prepared for the Springfield Farmers Market