360 Huntington brings you the latest insights into the culture of Northeastern and our surrounding communities. Want to hear from the people who make our community vibrant, diverse, and interesting? Then 360 Huntington is the show for you.
Podcaster Hannah Sammut sits down with with Frugal Bookstore, the only black-owned bookstore in Boston.
Podcast team member Blen Wondimu talks with poet Nisaa Pender about her poetry, and the work she's done in the larger community as a whole.
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist
Susanna Maize and Hannah Rosman discuss the legendary art heist from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, where the paintings might be today, and how they REALLY should have pulled off the crime.
The Emerald Necklace Conservancy
Hannah Rosman interviews Veronika Trufanova of the Emerald Necklace Conservancy. Topics include keeping the parks clean, and why the geese are so angry all the time.
The Only Chef I Know is Boyardee
Esther and Sandy discuss some food facts for the unwitting college student in this episode of 360 Huntington!
Don't Wheelock it 'Till You Try It
WRBB Contributor Cole Albert speaks to the owners of local cultural restaurants in Boston, then to former Wheelock College students about their transition into BU.
Drag and The Machine
[This episode contains explicit language] WRBB Podcast Correspondent Nick Scipione sits down with Miranda, a drag queen at the local Boston club "The Machine."
333 Salon & Barbershop
In this episode of 360 Huntington, host Caleb Driesman speaks to hair-stylist and local business owner Michael Baldino about his experiences cutting hair and his shop “333 Salon & Barbershop”.
The Room & Coolidge Corner Theater
In this return episode of 360 Huntington, Noah Sabadish discusses the infamous cult classic movie The Room and the experience of seeing it at a midnight showing at Coolidge Corner Theater in Brookline.
Museum of the NCAAA & Cheap Eats in Boston
In this episode of 360 Huntington, Yazmine Lomax interviews Edmund Barry Gaither, who has been Director and Curator of the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists (NCAAA), and Special Consultant at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA), Boston since 1969. Additionally, Cole Albert speaks to Northeastern student Allie Kuo about cheap places to grab a bite in Boston.
In this debut episode of 360 Huntington, Isaac Shur interviews two actors from Boston’s very own Shit-Faced Shakespeare Production. “Shit-faced Shakespeare® is the deeply highbrow fusion of an entirely serious Shakespeare play with an entirely shit-faced cast member. Outrageously raucous and completely unpredictable, the show has been running since 2010 and has already entertained over 200,000 eager theatre goers across the UK and US.” (www.shit-facedshakespeare.com). Tune in to learn more about the production and hear interesting perspectives from the actors themselves!