“Imagination Squared: Pathways to Resilience” at the Lyndon House consists of 1070 five-inch-square works of art that convey stories of recovery, adaptation, and strength. We sat down to speak with creator Christina Foard and collaborator Mark Mobley about the project and how they expanded to incorporate sonic responses to the theme, which now includes 74 short recordings, many of them made by undergraduate students at the Hodgson School of Music.
In the State House District 119 race, Republican incumbent Representative Marcus Weidower sits down with Alexia Ridley to answer your listener questions and address issues of COVID-19, how carbon sequestration could improve climate change, and technology's impact on violence.
Contact tracing has become a vital tool for tracking the Coronavirus, but what does this process look like? We sit down with Epidemiologist and Contact Tracer Supervisor, Blake Herring as he talks about the challenges facing contact tracers, and how people can make their jobs easier in the interests of public health.