For Steve Driffin, ConnCAT Center program manager at Lincoln-Bassett Community School, taking a large group of girls to see the hit movie Hidden Figures was not just about going on a fun field trip; it was an investment in the girls’ futures and a strong statement about possibilities.
Standing amidst shelves lined with DVDs and tables stacked with mock awards ballots, Best Video founder Hank Paper thought for a minute on which movie would win, and which movie should win, this year’s Oscar for Best Picture.
The most recent programs on WNHH radio hold listeners to their New Years’ resolutions, delve into the future of democracy, examine the next stage of the campaign to end homelessness, celebrate the films of 2016, and dance into 2017.
Sitting in front of a white wall covered in band names, bumper stickers, and other vibrant logos and designs, each employee at Darkside Tattoo looked into Rae O’Hara’s camera with a smile and reflected on the art of tattooing.
Thursday’s programs delve into public funding of New Haven’s mayoral elections, track trans rights, squabble over sanctuary city status, check out a new documentary, and pose the question: Should we give Donald Trump a chance?
Thursday’s programs on WNHH radio ask what 21st century transportation might look like, celebrate a New Haven faith center, continue to (loudly) debate the election, go to the movies, fill listeners in on LGBT news and comparative shop for church pews.