Greater Boston; Farm Aid / Life is Good / Cape Cod Business
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- Greater Boston
- Farm Aid / Life is Good / Cape Cod Business
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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
- Program Description
Farm Aid Farm Aid will hold its first New England concert this September at the Comcast Center in Mansfield. At a press conference this afternoon, singer John Mellencamp announced the annual concert would make its New England debut.
Guests: Carolyn Mugar, Executive director, Farm Aid; Casey Steinberg, Old Friends Farm
Life is Good Life is good is a Boston-based clothing brand that has sold over 20 million T-shirts since 1994. The company was founded by brothers Bert and John Jacobs, who started out by selling T-shirts out of the back of a van. Guests: John Jacobs, Co-founder, Life is Good; Bert Jacobs, Co-founder, Life is Good
Cape Cod Business Cape Cod's Chamber of Commerce is reporting a boom in business as high gas prices are keeping many Massachusetts residents from traveling great distances. The Cape boasts a tourism industry worth roughly $2 billion per year. Guests: Michele Pecoraro, Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce
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- Local Communities
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