We are BACK with brand-spanking new episodes of Where We Live. I’m speculating here, but I expect to see John come back with a nice tan and Catie will come back paler than when she left (Maine will do that to you). John may actually not have gone anywhere…he may have just been taking a vacation to watch some baseball.
Here’s what we have on-tap for next week:
MONDAY: Cashless Society
We’re moving closer and closer to a cashless society with even some vending machines accepting your credit and debit cards. Will we see the day when our wallets won’t need a compartment for dollar bills and coins?
It’s that time of the year again…the leaves are coming out, the temperatures are warming up, and spring training is over. Yes, baseball season is underway. We’ll be talking baseball with former Major League pitcher and author of Ball Four, Jim Bouton and baseball writer Tim Wendell. We’ll also hear from the new president of the New Britain Rock Cats about its changing ownership and what’s ahead for this Connecticut franchise.
WEDNESDAY: GOOD Ideas for Cities
GOOD Ideas for Cities is the result of a partnership between GOOD Magazine and CEOs for Cities. They recently held a well-attended event in St. Louis, where teams of creative thinkers collaborated with civic leaders to try to solve some of the city’s toughest problems. Could an event like this in Hartford make a positive difference? We’ll talk with Alissa Walker from GOOD, and some of the people involved in the St. Louis effort.
THURSDAY: Adult Friendship
Facebook has transformed what it means to have “friends.” But finding friends in real life can be difficult for adults, especially those who are new to a city. How do you make a friend in 2012? We’ll also talk to someone who researched “couples and their couple friendships.”
We got it under control.