The Sawmill Acushnet River – “Discover Buzzards Bay”

Live at the Buzzards Bay Coalition – The Sawmill Acushnet River Reserve for a Public outdoor event to launch “Discover Buzzards Bay” partnership.

A visit to the Factory Of Terror in fall River

We visited the Factory of Terror in Fall River to see what some of the victims … I mean visitors had to say about the indoor scare factory.

Man injured, scooter destroyed in New Bedford hit-and-run

On Sunday, 10/16 at 8:15 pm police were dispatched to the area of Acushnet Avenue and Coffin Avenue, on a hit and run accident involving a scooter.

The operator of the scooter was traveling north on Acushnet Avenue when the vehicle in front of him stopped suddenly. This caused the operator of the scooter to swerve left and strike a vehicle traveling south on Acushnet Avenue head on. The vehicle it struck continued on south without stopping after the accident. That vehicle is described as either an Acura or Maxima color black.

The operator of the scooter is a 32-year old man from Brockton who sustained minor injuries but was taken to Rhode Island Hospital. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the New Bedford police Department.

Live interview with New Bedford mayor Jon Mitchell

Live interview with New Bedford mayor Jon Mitchell

Live with Conductor Christopher James Lees

Live with Conductor Christopher James Lees to discuss the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra’s Powerful Beauty tomorrow, Saturday, October 15 at 7:30pm.

Details and tickets:

Artist Spotight: Tim Cole

We caught up with artist Time Cole at the first ever Upper William Street festival in downtown New Bedford last last month. He talked to us about a piece he was working on.

Video Spotlight: New Directions South Coast

Here’s our spotlight on New Directions Southcoast, Inc. – the 501(C)3 non-profit that operates the federally funded One Stop Career Center and the Youth Annex in New Bedford. They provide workforce development and training services for job seekers and employers throughout southeastern Massachusetts.

New Bedford Symphony Orchestra – Powerful Beauty (Oct 15)

Christopher James Lees conducts
Powerful Beauty
Featuring Alexander Schimpf, piano

Christopher James Lees currently serves as Assistant Conductor of the Charlotte Symphony as well as Music Director for the University of North Carolina School of the Arts Symphony Orchestra. He is becoming widely recognized for his passionate and nuanced orchestral performances, his fierce commitment to contemporary music, and his natural charisma in front of audiences around the world.

Only the second American Gustavo Dudamel Conducting Fellow with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Christopher made his debut with the orchestra in April 2013 and returned for additional concerts in February 2015. Recent guest conducting engagements have taken him throughout the U.S. and abroad and include the Milwaukee and Kansas City Symphonies and the Ochestre de Chambre de Paris.

Christopher was named winner of the 2011 James Conlon Conducting Prize and the 2012 Aspen Conducting Prizes. He received a prestigious Career Assistance Grant from the Solti Foundation US and was showcased as one of six conductors selected for the 2011 Bruno Walter Memorial Foundation National Conductor Preview.

A native of Washington, D.C., Christopher holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Michigan. He lives in North Carolina with his wife, new music soprano Lindsay Kesselman, and son, Rowan. Details:

Food Spotlight: The Pasta House’s Cioppino

Ever had Cioppino or fish stew? Here’s Chef Mike Souza showing us how it’s done at the The Pasta House in Fairhaven, MA.

Living on a Bad Name – She’s a Little Runaway

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