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Where Art Thou? North Central Connecticut

Season 2 Episode 3 | 27m 24s

Ray Hardman begins his trip with a stop at Nowashe Village, which transforms visitors to a time of New England Indigenous culture, then introduces us to illustrator Rick Stromoski, who started in comic strips, and now publishes children's books. Ray also stops at the New England Air Museum to give us a look at "Area 51," a warehouse packed with historic aviation restorations.

Aired: 07/09/22
Extras
An examination of a racially complex American city as it confronts its past and future.
Kim Janey discusses the impact of the Boston 2021 election for herself and the Black community.
Various experts discuss some of the history of African Americans in Boston.
Listen to various Bostonians discuss fond memories of Mel King.
Discussion about race and ethnicity as it relates to the 2021 mayoral race.
Hear about Boston's first Souls to the Polls and Michelle Wu's commitment to racial justice.
Meet the people leading new efforts to shape the future of the Gulf of Maine and our oceans.
Meet the people leading new efforts to shape the future of the Gulf of Maine and our oceans.
When a reclusive man is found dead, Alphy and Geordie discover a shocking revelation.
When a reclusive man is found dead, Alphy and Geordie discover a shocking revelation.
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