The Magazine Episodes
Here are episodes of our show short series, The Magazine which dates back to 2002.
Magazine reporter Brittany Murphy outlines Sue Leeber’s rise to the top at the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce as Sue celebrated her 25th year..
The Magazine spends a weekend with Trisha Harren who handles fireworks for the 4th of July celebration in Clinton, MA.
Have you ever really thought about the art of glass blowing? This issue of The Magazine gives you a “how do they do that” look at this fine art and business.
The Summer Concert Series is back at Union Common in Marlborough. We caught up with Alyssa Chamberlain who sings with Mixed Emotions. It’s the perfect fit for a girl who seems to have been singing since she was able to talk!
If you think the shoe industry was the only big business in Marlborough, you’d be wrong! The Magazine looked into the long history of harness racing.
The Magazine tells the story about how an author from Sudbury, MA and Marlborough man met all the way on the other side of the country.
The Marlborough Middle School shows The Magazine that the Marlborough High Panthers football team isn’t the only one in town!
Murals On Main Street? That is what the Downtown Village Association wants. The Magazine hitched a ride with them as they headed up to Haverhill to see how their’s looks.
The Magazine introduces you to a local inventor who just made life a lot easier for photographers everywhere!
Have you been to the Fore Kicks facility in Marlborough? The Magazine has! And we were surprised to find out how many sports they play in there.
Looking for a place to get close to nature? The Magazine found a place for you…the Tower Hill Botanic Gardens in Boylston.
Assabet Valley Girl’s Basketball Coach, Frank Ferreer reached a coaching milestone last season and The Magazine was there.
The Magazine introduces you to local boy David Dorsey as he tries to follow in the footsteps of Marcia Cross, another Marlborough local who made it in Hollywood.
The Magazine learns how to build a backyard pond with Mark Packard of Sterling Greenery.
The Amazing Race:
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Legion of Honor: