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What’s New? celebrates Halloween

In this special Halloween edition of What’s New? Massachusetts, go behind the scenes of one of the state’s most haunted locations, Salem, and learn about a spooktacular new Haunted Happenings event at Cinema Salem on Sunday, October 29. We interview Kevin Lynch, the producer of the premiere of the Salem Horror Fest. Also, author Sam Baltrusis talks about his new book, “13 Most Haunted Hotels & Inns of New England.”

What’s New? for July 2017

In the July 2017 edition of “What’s New? Massachusetts,” travel back in time and take a pub crawl to Boston’s historic taverns. Learn about the City on a Hill’s weird history from “Boston in the American Revolution: A Town Versus an Empire” author Brooke Barbier. She’s the founder of the Ye Olde Tavern Tours which offer a spirited journey to the historic sites and taverns along the Freedom Trail and Fenway Park. What’s New Massachusetts? Here are your co-hosts Sam Baltrusis and Sharon Fillyaw.

What’s New? for June 2017

In the June 2017 edition of “What’s New? Massachusetts, hop on the commuter rail and revisit North Shore’s Salem, Massachusetts. The Witch City is undergoing a magical transformation of sorts thanks to new businesses popping up over the past few years like Wicked Good Books on Essex Street. Looking for the spooktacular good time Salem is known for? Kick off the Halloween season early with the Salem Horror Fest, a month-long creep show organized by Kevin Letourneau.

What’s New? for May 2017

In the special May 2017 edition of “What’s New? Massachusetts,” hop on the ferry and take a haunted getaway to paradise to the very tip of Cape Cod. Yes, the “What’s New?” crew serves up a sneak peek of the upcoming Provincetown ParaCon slotted for May 12-14.

Chat with the paracon’s New England Folklore expert and author Peter Muise about Provincetown’s legends and lore. And then get some spooktacular special effects makeup tips from the Provincetown ParaCon’s headliner sponsor, FX Crate. What’s new Massachusetts? Here are your co-hosts Sam Baltrusis and Sharon Fillyaw.

What’s New? for April 2017

In the April 2017 edition of “What’s New? Massachusetts,” we’re hopping on the Orange Line and revisiting Somerville’s posh new Assembly Row community.

Get a helping of Southern Kin Cookhouse’s chicken and waffles and whip out that paintbrush and get your creative juices flowing at MUSE Paintbar. We chat with Assembly Row’s Patrick McMahon about what’s new for Assembly Row in 2017.

 

What’s New? for March 2017

In the March 2017 edition of “What’s New? Massachusetts,” hop on the Red LIne and check out the historic Quincy Center. The city of presidents has a treasure trove of new restaurants including KKatie’s Burgers. Head down Hancock Street for the new Venetian-style bacaro called Zef Cicchetti & Raw Bar, sister restaurant and next-door neighbor to Alba. And chat with Quincy’s Kerry Byrne, a former food critic with the Boston Herald, about the city’s bustling new foodie scene.

What’s New? for February 2017

In the February edition of “What’s New? Massachusetts,” head over to Cambridge’s Harvard Square and satiate your Valentine’s Day sweet tooth with the chocolate creations from Somerville on the Charles, a seasonal market featuring heavenly bons bons from Somerville Chocolate’s Eric Parkes and Gate Comme Des Fille’s Alexandra Whisnant.
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Chat with Marc Levy, the mastermind behind the online publication Cambridge Day, and learn about the latest developments happening in the city known as the most innovative square mile on the planet. What’s New Massachusetts? Here are your co-hosts Sam Baltrusis and Sharon Fillyaw.

What’s New? for January 2017

In the January 2017 edition of “What’s New? Massachusetts,” hop on the Orange Line and check out Somerville’s posh new Assembly Row community. Get a helping of Southern Kin Cookhouse’s biscuits and gravy. Whip out that paintbrush and get your creative juices flowing at MUSE Paintbar. And chat with Assembly Row’s Patrick McMahon, director of development for Federal Realty. What’s new Massachusetts? Here are your co-hosts Sam Baltrusis and Sharon Fillyaw.

What’s New? Massachusetts in 2017

whatsnewmaldenAfter a staggering 27-station run on community access TV stations scattered throughout Massachusetts, “What’s New?” will now record a state-wide edition of the popular monthly talk show at Somerville Community Access TV (SCATV).

The monthly program airs 6 p.m. Tuesdays on SCATV.

In the January 2017 edition of  “What’s New? Massachusetts.” Hop on the Orange Line and check out Somerville’s posh new Assembly Row community. Get a helping of Southern Kin Cookhouse’s biscuits and gravy. Whip out that paintbrush and get your creative juices flowing at MUSE Paintbar. And meet a new face or two at Somerville Community Access TV’s SCATV. What’s New Massachusetts? Here are your co-hosts  Sharon Fillyaw and Sam Baltrusis.

The monthly show is going regional in 2017 and is available to community media stations throughout Massachusetts. Want to sponsor or run the monthly TV show? Contact us here.

What’s New? for November

whatsnewmaldenIn this special holiday edition of Neighborhood View’s “What’s New? Massachusetts,” chat with Richard Matos-Haile and Aiesha Washington from ABCD or Action for Boston Community Development.

Go behind the scenes of MATV’s annual meeting and revisit some of our favorite segments from the past year highlighting Malden’s growing foodie scene.

Co-hosts Sharon Fillyaw and Sam Baltrusis from MATV’s Neighborhood View wish you a happy and safe holiday season.