Greater Boston; Green Economy / Pink Ribbons / Drew Barrymore
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- Greater Boston
- Green Economy / Pink Ribbons / Drew Barrymore
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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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Green Economy / Pink Ribbons / Drew Barrymore A123 Systems in Watertown saw big profits from Wall Street. Massachusetts' "green" companies are leading the switch to clean energy.
Guests: Ian Bowles, Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs ; Jackie Noblett, Clean Technology Reporter, Boston Business Journal
Pink Ribbons Pink ribbons have become a symbol of the disease and a marketing tool for companies. But not all breast cancer patients and survivors are comfortable with the way some companies are using the ribbons.
Guests: Kris Frieswick, Reporter, The Boston Globe; Monique Doyle Spencer, Breast Cancer Patient
Drew Barrymore Actress Drew Barrymore recently sat down with Greater Boston's Jared Bowen about her new movie. The former E.T. and Charlie's Angel star is making her directorial debut with Whip It!
Guests: Drew Barrymore, Actress; Jared Bowen, Greater Boston
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