195. Judy Hurley, another lottery winner. 196. Fred Barzyk and Ted Conant. 197. Frank Coakley and Maureen Fahey. 198. Paul Solman, Judy Stoia and Steve Atlas. 199. Henry Becton and Don Hallock. 200. Margaret McCleod with Steve Gilford. 201. Lisa Schwartzbaum and Chris Pullman. 202. Louise Daniels-Miller, Aida Moreno and Marilyn Greenstein. 203. David Ives,…

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187. Jane Pikor and Randy Gray. 188. Ron Milton and Denise Draqo. 189. Cornelia Lewin Fortier and Russ Fortier with Peter Cook. 190. 191. Graham Walker, Emily Lovering and Deedee Morss. 192. Janet Weaver, a lottery winner. 193. Henry Becton and Nora Sinclair officiate the lottery. 194. Here is a winner who’s name we don’t…

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176. The final speaker is Greg Harney … 177. … who, with his usual sense of humor, reminisces on the history of the (just dedicated) Greg Harney scene dock, and pays tribute to Bill and Anne Haney, the staging area’s new patrons. Play MP3 178. Frank Coakley and Joe (?). Will Joe please make himself…

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166. Don Hallock talks about the Reunion Website. 167. Don with the ‘fire relic’ Image Orthicon camera tube (circa 1960) donated by Phil Collyer. Play MP3 168. Russ Fortier. 169. Ron Della Chiesa, Marilyn Greenstein and Deb Gibbs. 170. Ted Conant with two unidentified friends. 171. On the right, Jack Summerfield. 172. Jack Foley, Tom…

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From Don Hallock — 2000 The Zebra Lounge will be remembered by those who frequented it, as a rather ordinary, dimly lit, smoke-filled watering-hole on the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Beacon Street. Today it’s known as The Crossroads. For years, in the late ’50s, the Zebra served as an after-work hangout for Boston University…

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From Don Hallock (except 15 by Sean Hallock) 11. The podium. 12. The stage on which the class of ’58 will sing their song. 13. Studio B will be a screening room. 14. Studio B. 15. Studio B set up as a screening room. 16. The front hall decorated with historic WGBH images from Archives,…

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From Don Hallock 1. The entrance to Studio A. 2. 3. Lighting check on the interview set. 4. 5. Nora Sinclair prepares a graphic spread. 6. 7. Nora’s pictures installed between “A” and “B.” 8. Decorating the soon to be dedicated “Greg Harney” scene dock. 9. Studio A. 10.

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From Don Hallock The Buildings Then: The station in 1958, occupying a rather dusty second and third floor roller-skating rink in an old brick building located opposite MIT at 84 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge. (Photo by Brooks Leffler.) In 2000, WGBH sprawled over extensive real estate near Harvard. This is the main studio building at 125…

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From Don Hallock “There you stood, on the edge of your feather, …. expecting to fly.” —Neil Young Well, we’ve shared in one hell of an affair! And if the events of the year 2000 are any indication, the romance is very far from over. For many of us, the feather’s edge came early in…

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