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Dec 18, 2020

Claire talks about the waves of home buyers moving to Beacon in recent years, the current rental shortage and what's changing in 2020. 

Dec 2, 2020

Guy has dedicated himself to making the world a better place. He volunteers on local issues ranging from environmental cleanup to animal rescue to education. He talks about the method to his madness. 

Nov 19, 2020

Marika Blossfeldt has written two books on nutrition that are also books about living well. Her latest, “Cooking with Marika: Clean Cuisine from an Estonian Farm” provides a framework for eating wisely and maintaining gut health. 

Nov 12, 2020

Beacon's high school theater productions are amazingly good. Program director Anthony Scarrone talks about the close community of cast, crew and families that have put on shows ranging from Peter Pan to A Chorus Line. And he describes staging Godspell against all odds in the middle of a pandemic.  “It’s just...

Nov 3, 2020

David Ross was the director of SF MOMA, The Whitney Museum of American Art and other museums. In this episode he talks about Covid’s impact on the art world, Beacon's evolving character and other topics. I am less concerned about the art market than I am about art schools. Art schools are in real trouble right...