Greater Boston; Woodmans / Polls and Debates / Marimekko
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- Greater Boston
- Woodmans / Polls and Debates / Marimekko
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HUB CITY AT ITS BEST. A LOOK AT EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY INTERESTING IN BOSTON. HOSTED BY EMILY ROONEY. Series release date: 1/1997
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Woodmans Twenty-two year-old David Woodman died the night of the Celtics’ 2008 championship game. While in police custody, his suffered an arrhythmia, which caused his heart to stop beating. Guests: Cathy Woodman, David Woodman's Mother; Jeff Woodman, David Woodman's Father.
Polls and Debates A new 7News/Suffolk University poll shows 93 percent of Democratic voters don’t know the exact date of the Dec. 8 primary - and 73 percent didn’t what in what month the vote would occur. Guests: David Paleologos, Pollster, Suffolk University; Jim Braude, Radio and TV Host.
Marimekko To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Marimekko, vintage dresses and fabrics are being displayed at the empty Design Research Building on Brattle Street and a celebration termed the “Mekko-Fest” has been organized. Guests: Elsa Dorfman, Photographer; Karen Lewis, Producer and Graphic Designer.
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