Watch our half-hour talk show, Connect, that draws regional personalities into one-on-one dialogue, exploring the person behind the persona.
Our region is loaded with some of the most interesting, inspiring and creative people found anywhere, both locally based and folks visiting from afar. We catch up with them, whether in the studio or on the road, and get a glimpse at what drives them. Writers, musicians, community and business leaders, filmmakers, social visionaries.
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Michael SchirlingAlicia Araje & Erin JacobsenBrandon del PozoJohn ChurchmanBeth SachsJamie And Paula EisenbergJohn SaylesJohn CohnGus SpethMiranda Esmonde-WhiteSyndi ZookDon MullallyJule EmersonJane BeckMark WaskowErik Nielsen and David BudbillJohn KillackyMegan Epler WoodMarion Abrams and Rob KoierAlice LevittTamra Higgins & Mary Jane DickersonWeb Special - Warren Kimble
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