Kim Kane is a radio host with Power 105.1 FM in New York.
Kim Kane is one of the most visible young media personalities in the country in print, radio, and television. Kane serves as a radio host with Power 105.1 FM in New York as one of six nationwide correspondents for NBC’s House Smarts and as a celebrity blogger for the Huffington Post and Russell Simmons Global Grind website.
As a voice-over talent, her vocals have been enlisted to drive a number of national televised marketing campaigns to include AT&T, Crest White Strips, and BET’s Black Girls Rock Awards.
Angela Counts is a filmmaker, performing artist, and writer whose dramatic plays have been presented across the country. She is the recipient of the Kennedy Center’s Lorraine Hansberry award for her play, Hedy Understands Anxiety, which was published by Dramatic Publishing Company.
Her short films have appeared in several group exhibitions in the greater Boston area including Open Source at the New England Conservatory of Music.
A view of downtown Boston from inside the Museum of Science, where First Night button holders got free admission on New Years Eve.
Various ice sculptures stood bold and bright around the city. Here was an octopus in the Common.
New Years Eve symbolizes a fresh start, a clean slate for new goals and adventures. This year, I decided to celebrate in Boston with my boyfriend, Graham, seeing as neither of us had attended First Night before. Since, this year’s First Night almost did not happen, and Mayor Menino swooped in to save the event, this year seemed to be a special one. We were excited.
Christmas and New Year’s Eve is a time for many to celebrate surround by family. In my case is usually just another month. While growing up Christmas and The Three Wise Kings day was all I could wait for. I used to celebrate with my family and eat the special food cooked in these holidays. Now, I usually spend this time with my grandmother my only relative in Boston or my friends, but is not as excited as it used to be.
This Christmas break I am lucky to say I went on a plethora of adventures. I spent much of my time with my family and was blessed to have them get me all the Christmas presents I asked for. I went and saw Anchorman 2 with my friend Xavier, who is also a journalism major like myself, and we both died at how inappropriate the movie was. I had all four of my wisdom teeth removed (wouldn’t say that was my favorite adventure) as well as played in the last blizzard of 2013. The Red Sox World Series trophy took a pit stop in my hometown and my parents and I were able to take a picture with it. I also traveled to New York with my best girlfriend Sabrina to party into the new year. I ended the year of 2013 with many great memories and I can’t wait to see what 2014 will be for me!
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On December 5th the cast and crew of Every Woman Has a Story celebrated the launch of their new season. The viewing of the shows first episode took place on the 10th floor of the Tufte building in room 1014.
Check out the video coverage of our Season Launch Party from December 5th!
The photos from our Premiere Party on December 5th taken by Bridget Nolan are up! View them here as well as galleries from the rest of Season 1.