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Creative Collective Podcast
52 minutes | Apr 4, 2019
Creative Collective Podcast - Jacqui Richard
On this episode of the Creative Collective Podcast, we sat down with Jacqui Richard. Jacqui is the founder of the NextGen Network and also is part of the team at Phil Richard Insurance. On this episode of the podcast, Jacqui and John chat about the Creative Economy, Peabody TV, Upcoming events, collaborations and more! This episode was recorded at Peabody Access TV, Peabody access offers usage of their podcast studio as well as a laundry list of media services that can be a valuable resource for your creative project or business as part of their affordable membership program! Peabody Access TV The mission of Peabody Access TV is to stimulate cultural, artistic, and political expression through the use of video and digital media; to provide a secure forum that will allow the diverse populations of Peabody an avenue to explore the free and open exchange of ideas, and to provide open access to the most current communications technology. The Next Gen Network The Next Gen Network is a platform for professionals who are looking to grow their business network and community involvement. Creative Collective Creative Collective is a business program that provides opportunities for small businesses, entrepreneurs, non-profits, organizations, and individuals that are looking for a more modern and creative approach to business growth and brand awareness. Join us at Artopia! April 13, 2019 8PM-12AM Peabody Essex Museum Artopia is back! Join us to celebrate art and dance to the funky sounds of Boston’s The Glitter Boys while enjoying creative cocktails and light bites. Dress to impress for our photo booth, experience unexpected dance and music moments in our galleries and help enviro-artist Maia Mattson work on a public art project for 11th annual Salem Arts Festival (June 7-9). This is one party you do not want to miss! 18+ | 8pm–midnight | Cash bar | Free for Salem residents, PEM members, Creative Collective MA members and college students with ID | $15 nonmembers Event is hosted in collaboration with Creative Collective MA.
57 minutes | Apr 3, 2019
Pastrycast Episode 10 - with Josh and Alyssa
Pączki Pączki are deep-fried pieces of dough shaped into flattened spheres and filled with confiture or other sweet fillings. Pączki are usually covered with powdered sugar, icing, glaze or bits of dried orange zest. A small amount of grain alcohol (traditionally rectified spirit) is added to the dough before cooking; as it evaporates, it prevents the absorption of oil deep into the dough.Pączki are commonly thought of as fluffy but somewhat collapsed, with a bright stripe around them; these features are seen as evidence that the dough was fried in fresh oil. Salem Election Season Gen X,Y,Z? As Library moves to Rowley…. A brief historical timeline of Salem
60 minutes | Jan 14, 2019
Pastrycast with Josh and Alyssa
In our latest episode, now that Josh and Alyssa have recovered from the December plagues, they talk about retail marijuana (and Josh's inability to operate machinery), the horror that is the "Witch City Mall", Catgate, and how our cats simply let us live because killing us would be too much work. Alyssa brings a box of donuts from Honeydew, which were sampled and found to compare well with Dunks. And of course, they wind up with some good Rowley talk and a promise to record more often.
53 minutes | Sep 6, 2018
Pastrycast Episode 8
In this episode recorded back in the early summer, Josh and Alyssa talk about D'Orsi's bakery, the new Creative Collective offices, Peabody's downtown, the lack of diversity in Bar Harbor, Maine, preservation, and how Samuel McIntyre was a subdivision developer at heart. Plus Josh admits to knowing way too much about the history of the MBTA's compatibility issues. And they even talk about weed! With special technical glitches in the recording.
55 minutes | May 28, 2018
PastryCast with Josh and Alyssa - Episode 7
History, Salem, Lobsters and Pastry! Josh and Alyssa discuss the founding of the internet and the future of the internet in Salem.. The status of the Phillips Library and it's collection and topics concerning the Salem Historical Society. Josh discusses his thoughts on hash browns. What critters will Alyssa eat?
42 minutes | Apr 25, 2018
Historycast episode 5
History Cast Episode 5 - Alyssa Conary, Counter Magic SHOW NOTES: Robyn from Creative Collective and Melissa from Now Age Travel take a fresh approach to women's history in Salem. More than a city of witches, Salem has always had a history of bold women shaping the area for famous, infamous, and lesser-known happenings. Listen to Robyn and Melissa chat with local residents, creatives, politicians, historians, and feminist leaders about the history of Salem and the women who influenced it. Today, Robyn & Melissa get together to chat with Alyssa Conary from Salem Historical Society and Historic Salem to chat about counter magic and its impact on the history of Salem. In this episode: Alyssa G.A. Conray Salem Historical Society Historic Salem Timothy Easton Witch Bottles Cotton Mather, Beyond the Devil’s Shield Riley Augé The Gedney House Medieval Graffiti: The Lost Voices of England's Churches Tom Hanks (yes, that Tom Hanks)
74 minutes | Mar 13, 2018
Pastrycast ep.6 with Josh and Alyssa
On this episode of the PastryCast with Josh and Alyssa the discussion is very lively as they chat about the Phillips Library and the move of its contents to a storage facility in Rowley that has been built by Peabody Essex Museum. Not to shy away from hot topics.. or delicious treats.. Josh and Alyssa then discuss the Bowditch School in Salem and the decision to close and redistribute the existing students to other schools. Pastry for this episode by Dunkin' Donuts
43 minutes | Jan 21, 2018
Historycast with Robyn and Melissa EP.4
History Cast Episode 4 - FunDead Publications SHOW NOTES: Robyn from Creative Salem/Collective and Melissa from Now Age Travel take a fresh approach to women's history in Salem. More than a city of witches, Salem has always had a history of bold women shaping the area for famous, infamous, and lesser-known happenings. Listen to Robyn and Melissa chat with local residents, creatives, politicians, historians, and feminist leaders about the history of Salem and the women who influenced it. Today, Robyn & Melissa get together to chat with Amber Newberry & Laurie Moran from FunDead Publications to chat about some of the women who shaped Salem’s literary history and their upcoming event, Write Like a Girl 2 which takes place on February 3. Just a head’s up for this one: there is some adult language. Discretion advised. In this episode: FunDead Publications NowAge Travel Women in Horror Month Write Like a Girl 2 Women in Literature Amber Newbury Laurie Moran The Cemeterrarium Brunonia Barry Katherine Howe M.P. Carver The Peabody Sisters Nancy Brewka-Clark Kathleen Halecki Cindy Veach
30 minutes | Jan 2, 2018
Creative Collective Historycast with Robyn and Melissa
Robyn from Creative Collective and Creative Salem and Melissa from Now Age Travel take a fresh approach to women's history in Salem. More than a city of witches, Salem has always had a history of bold women shaping the area for famous, infamous and lesser-known happenings. Listen to Robyn and Melissa chat with local residents, creatives, politicians, historians and feminist leaders about the history of Salem and the women that influenced it. Robyn & Melissa get back together to chat with new Salem Ward 2 Councilor, Christine Madore. The three discuss one of Salem’s recent female heroes, Ada Louise Huxtable, and her ability to save Salem from becoming a major highway. Robyn even tries to explain why some centuries old homes around Salem are black but gets “stuck” on sap (pun intended). Don’t fret, historians - we’ve already made sure Robyn knows she meant to say “linseed oil” not “tree sap”). This episode is made possible by Creative Salem. Want to help keep our creative work sustainable? Become a member! Use code HISTORYCAST for $15 off the annual membership fee. Topics discussed in the podcast: NOW Age Travel The Witch House The Grimshaw House Christmas in Salem This podcast is part of the Creative Collective Podcast Network.
29 minutes | Sep 11, 2017
Creative Salem presents Historycast Ep.2 Now Age Travel and Healing
In this episode, Robyn interviews Melissa Nierman, Founder of NOW Age Travel in Salem. Melissa leads NOW Age Walking Tours: Ghosts of Buildings Past, History of Spiritualism, and Witches: 1692-Today. She's also the co-creator and facilitator of Tarot Salon every 4th Tuesday of the month at HausWitch. Robyn & Melissa discuss the American Spiritualism movement, its impact on Salem, and the F-word (feminism!). Check out Robyn’s blog about the inspiration for this episode by visiting RandomBookMusings.wordpress.com. You can learn more about Melissa’s tours at NowAgeTravel.com. And when you go you’ll probably see Robyn talking about the history of Salem. She keeps finding herself on Melissa’s tours because they are SO AMAZING. Topics discussed in the podcast: NOW Age Travel The Darkened Room Goodnight Fatty The Salem Witch Trials The Witch House HausWitch
33 minutes | Jul 26, 2017
Creative Salem HistoryCast Ep.1 - Images of America: House of Seven Gables
Ep.1 of the Creative Salem HistoryCast with host Robyn Giannopolo In this episode, Robyn interviews Ryan Conary, David Moffat and Everett Philbrook about the upcoming book in the Images of America series featuring The House of the Seven Gables in Salem MA. Learn more about the inspiration and contents of this excellent addition to a venerable book series! You can pre-order the book at the publisher's website here. Topics discussed in the podcast House of the Seven Gables Express Yourself Salem At Sea LEAP for Education Caribbean Connections (H7Gables) Caroline Emmerton Launch date release party Arcadia website Phillip Library Historic Salem Boston Public Library Pioneer Village Ambitious Guest by Hawthorne Gedney House
57 minutes | Jun 17, 2017
Creative Salem Pastrycast with Josh and Alyssa
On this episode of the pastrycast Alyssa (Salem Historical Society) and Josh (JH Turiel IT and Salem City Councillor) Interview Andy and Jackie King from A&J King Bakery. Jackie and Andy King met at the New England Culinary Institute, after which they moved to Portland, ME to pursue their careers in baking. After training at the Standard Baking Co., they decided to move to the North Shore of Massachusetts to try their hand at the bakery business. A&J King Artisan Bakers opened in June of 2006. They have two children, Emaline and Elliot, and a rotating cast of animals living with them. In 2013, they authored their first book, Baking by Hand, and finally got to take a real vacation (unrelated to the book). In 2017 Andy and Jackie are taking a leap of faith and starting the next chapter of their Salem story as they build and open a brand new expansive location at 135 Boston Street. They have a SUPER interesting and exciting blog where they take their fans on this daunting and exciting journey! https://ajkingbakery.blog/ A&j King https://ajkingbakery.com/ https://www.facebook.com/ajkingbakery/ https://www.instagram.com/andy__king/
38 minutes | Apr 25, 2017
Creative Salem Podcast Ep.25 Kate Babcock - Hunter Creative Labs
On this episode of the Creative Salem Podcast, we have Creative Salem partner and Alumni Kate Babcock. Kate is the director of Operations at Hunter Creative Labs and their organization which coins itself a double impact innovation lab and truly believe in the message to "Be the change you want to see in the world." In the episode, we highlight the Doga Towel, their most innovative and "ready for prime time" product and possibly the world's greatest towel! Learn more about the campaign and get your own Doga Towel here.
54 minutes | Mar 25, 2017
Pastrycast Goodnight Fatty Edition
On this episode of the Creative Salem Podcast Josh and Alyssa talk to Erik and Jenn from Goodnight Fatty. Goodnight Fatty is a late night homemade cookie pop up that has been taking Salem by storm. Topics in this episode include the Sanctuary for Peace Ordinance, the state of retail in Salem and what we can do to support the retail businesses, the future of Goodnight Fatty, Facebook live questions and more!
47 minutes | Mar 8, 2017
Episode 24 - Doneeca Thurston
On this episode of the Creative Salem podcast, we talk with Doneeca Thurston from the Peabody Essex Museum. Doneeca is a Creative Engagement producer and is the driving force behind the monthly late night event series PEM/PM. Doneeca is a Salem resident and an advocate for social equality and using art as a historic and modern tool to educate people on different cultures and aspects of human existence. Topics discussed in the episode. The Posse Scholarship Peabody Essex Museum The Peabody Essex Museum Maker Lounge Salem Public Space Project / Tidal Shift Retonica
41 minutes | Feb 21, 2017
Creative Salem Podcast
On this episode of the Creative Salem podcast we talk to Dustin Luca. Dustin is a writer for the Salem News. In the episode we chat about what being a reporter is like, we touch on Dustin's favorite and most challenging stories and learn more about this rockstar local reporter. SHOW NOTES – Click through for more information on the topics we discussed during the podcast. The Dark Tower Dystopia Salem News InnoNorth: Local News in the Digital Age Innonorth Podcast Boston CyberArts The Cosplay Affair What is Cosplay? Event Submitting story ideas to Dustin email@example.com Creative Salem Medium Publication
41 minutes | Feb 13, 2017
PastryCast with Josh and Alyssa - Special Pączki edition
DOWNLOAD EPISODE HERE On this episode of PastryCast we feature that special Coffee Time treat... the Paczki!! and we meet Coffee Time Owner Robert Liani, the past and future of the Bridge Street Neck, Salem Festivals and which ones the hosts love AND discussion on the current restaurant boom. Via Wikipedia Pączki (/ˈpɔːntʃki/, pawnch-ki, Polish: pączki [ˈpɔnt͡ʂkʲi] ( listen), singular: pączek; Old Polish and Silesian: krepel) are pastries traditional to Polish cuisine. They are similar to doughnuts. HOME // Coffee Time Bake Shop Home Page Coffee Time Bake Shop Bridge Street Neck Historic District - Wikipedia Historically, the Bridge Street Neck grew as a gateway district organized along the main road and bridge that connects Salem to the cities of Beverly and Danvers (Bridge Street/Route 1A). Land use along the road has traditionally been focused on retail and commercial services that cater to residents of Salem and the surrounding communities,and depend on automobile access. Leslie's Retreat Reenactment - Creative Salem Don't resist - join us for a fun and informal reenactment of Colonel Leslie's march to the North River, the taunting of the townspeople and the compromise crossing into North Salem. Then we'll all retreat together to the First Church ... Read More 2017 Festivals Salem Festival Listing powered by Creative Salem. An insiders unofficial guide to all of the festivals in Salem MA. Salem events and creative happenings. [soliloquy id="17514"] [soliloquy id="17510"]
37 minutes | Jan 18, 2017
PastryCast with Josh and Alyssa Episode 2
DOWNLOAD EPISODE HERE On this episode of the PastryCast Alyssa and Josh discuss the Imagine Salem initiative, the progress on the Salem waterfront at the Footprint site, plans to keep Salem a historic place while being progressive and the Derby St “carnival lot” purchase. This week's selection of pastry included German Chocolate Cake, Chocolate Chip Whoopie Pie, Stuffed Cookie Trio and a good old fashioned cookie monster sugar cookie ALL from Crosby's Marketplace in Salem MA. Crosby's Marketplace © 2012-2016 Crosby's Marketplace, All rights reserved. [the_grid name="Featured Content Not full width"]
51 minutes | Jan 12, 2017
Creative Salem Podcast #22 - Justin Miller
On this episode of the Creative Salem podcast, we have Justin Miller in the podcast studio. Justin is the innovator behind the Innonorth movement and a Salem resident. Innonorth is a collaborative hub featuring the technology and innovation professionals in and around Salem MA with the mission of building the next great innovation hub in Mass. Podcast Sound Track by Chris Wilson, visit Chris at skewsound.com Innonorth website http://innonorth.com/ Justin Miller http://justinmiller.co/ Imagine Salem visioning process. http://www.salemnews.com/news/local_news/imagine-salem/article_598ec3c6-126e-59cf-8e81-bf9fca4fe26f.html Upcoming Innonorth Events InnoNorth: Local News in the Digital Age - Opus - February http://innonorth.com/events/local-news-digital-age/ InnoNorth: Networking at Sea Level - February http://innonorth.com/events/networking-at-sea-level-event-february/ InnoNorth: Networking at Sea Level - March http://innonorth.com/events/networking-sea-level-march/ InnoNorth: Women in Technology - Opus - March http://innonorth.com/events/women-in-technology/ Thursday, March 23, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT) Salem, MA InnoNorth: Marketing on a Local Level - Opus - April http://innonorth.com/events/marketing-local-level-event/ Thursday, April 27, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT) Salem, MA Mass Challenge http://masschallenge.org/ Dribbble https://dribbble.com/ Front Street Coffeehouse Via Innonorth – 7 Awesome Places to Get Work Done in Downtown Salem Tech in motion http://www.techinmotionevents.com/ Zero Degrees http://www.zerodegreesinc.com/ Intrepid Jim Forrest Cinema Salem Pecha Kucha http://www.pechakucha.org/ Alignable https://www.alignable.com/ Alignable Blog Post about Salem https://www.alignable.com/insights/city-of-salem-connects-local-business-owners Creative Salem membership [the_grid name="Featured Content Not full width"] BONUS! Photos by Joey Phoenix of the Innonorth event at Notch brewing [the_grid name="Innonorth_Notch"]
20 minutes | Dec 28, 2016
Creative Salem Podcast 21 - Andrew Buonfiglio Figsburry Creative Group
DOWNLOAD EPISODE HERE On this episode of the Creative Salem podcast we chat with Creative Salem member/partner and local creative Andrew Buonfiglio of Figsburry Creative Group.. Andrew tells us about his Salem roots as well as shares with us some of his favorite clients to date and projects he is looking forward to. Just some of the wonderful projects Andrew has worked on. Discussed Figsburry Creative Group Bambolina Back Alley Bacon Innonorth DANDREW Launch Light it Up New Years Extravaganza [the_ad id="14045"] [the_grid name="Featured Content Not full width"]
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