November 4th – 10th


ALERT! No Nerd Watch Next Week! We’re going to be at a wedding. It’ll be a lot of fun but also a lot of Not Doing This, so there you have it.

Quick game recommendation: check out AI War 2 if you’re into weird, impressively ambitious RTS games that you can pause. It’s hard to describe but basically you try to fight against an evil AI overlord while staying under the radar enough that it doesn’t turn its full Terrible Attention toward you and wipe you out in the blink of an eye.

Because of that element of managing aggression from the enemy player, the game is less about capturing every single thing and destroying every single thing and more about making conscious choices about where you can make the most impact. We like it a lot! It also has Dyson Spheres, which is a plus no matter the game.

Another game recommendation: Disco Elysium. It is a game about being an amnesiac cop in an alternate universe, wrestling with your own brain to both solve a murder and figure out who you are. And the thing is, it’s not just ‘find out your name and some bio details” it’s like “find out what sociopolitical system you subscribe to, what your hopes and dreams are, what you think about other people, who you want to be” etc. You argue with your own sense of empathy, with your own desire for authority, with your own desire to be a bit Twin Peaks-y if that’s your jam.

It gives you a ton of leeway to really role-play. I would positively compare it to the Powered By The Apocalypse games, where answering interesting questions takes a front seat and getting in pointless grindy fights takes a back seat.

The biggest local deal this week is Table Wars: Episode 1!

“Do you like weekend-long gaming conventions? Do you wish you could attend them more frequently and for a much lower cost?

We are excited to introduce our First Official Episode of Table Wars! Table Wars at Tolgy Wood is a recurring gathering of board game, video game, CCG, and tabletop RPG enthusiasts doing what they love, usually spanning an entire weekend: Friday evening to Sunday evening. (Participants need not attend for the entire duration.)

Our snack bar will be open, serving a variety of food options at reasonable prices. Sadly, we cannot allow outside food to be brought into the gaming areas. Alcohol is allowed but is BYOB. There are several cabins on site where you are welcomed to stay overnight for a low cost (see below).

Admission to Table Wars is $5 for the day or $10 for the entire weekend (50 hours of gaming!). A bed in a cabin with electricity and heat is $10/night. It is $20/night for a bed in a cabin with more amenities, including a bathroom en suite.

Online registration is available at http://TolgyWood.com/TableWarsRegistration.html and we will also be accepting payment at the event itself, both cash and credit (credit is a small additional fee).

In the days leading up to the event, please check the Facebook event listing at https://www.facebook.com/events/556289771842849/ to see the listing of games being offered. If you would like to bring any of your own games and lead one or more gaming session, please let us know by emailing us at [masked] or messaging Tolgy Wood on Facebook. Game runners will have our appreciation, and that appreciation will take the form of free food!

Game Runners can sign up here: https://forms.gle/Ey9Y4t9QLS95f4s69

Assemble your allies and foes alike and join us for Table Wars: Episode I at Tolgy Wood!”

Go check out the Valley Creators page! As always, be sure to check out our Patreon! And don’t forget to check out the Book Clubs List!

THIS WEEK


Art:

Tuesday, November 5th
Jones Library [43 Amity St., Amherst, MA 01002] at 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Zine Club (ages 11-17)
“A monthly meet-up to come together & create, collaborate, draw, design, cut, collage, glue, mix media, photocopy, bullet journal, etc. Materials provided, but feel free to bring your own projects to work on!”
Wednesday, November 6th
Forbes Library [20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060] at 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Artist Publications and Building Community Panel Discussion
“A presentation and discussion of self publishing as an artistic and social practice, examining how contemporary artist publishing and printmaking practices are linked to community and communication. This event will be held in the Coolidge Museum.”
Thursday, November 7th
Emily Dickinson Museum [280 Main St, Amherst, MA 01002] at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Amherst Arts Night Plus Open Mic and Featured Artists
“Our monthly Open Mic. Poets, writers, and performers of any kind are welcome! Come early to view the pop-up, contemporary art exhibition in the Homestead by our featured artist. The open mic begins at 6:00 p.m. and will be followed by this month’s featured readers. Those who would like to share their work should arrive between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. to sign up. “
Friday, November 8th
Smith College Museum of Art [20 Elm St, Northampton, MA 01063] at 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Free Second Friday
“From 4–8pm, participate in hands-on art-making and a guided conversation in the galleries. 4–7pm Second Friday Hands on! art making for all ages, inspired by works on view. Spatial Relations—Combine drawing and collage to express your vision of imagined landscapes inspired by climate justice and equity. 6pm Open Eyes: Guided conversation exploring a different art object each month. Museum shop open + complimentary light refreshments.”
Emily Dickinson Museum [280 Main St, Amherst, MA 01002] at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Poetry Discussion Group
“This discussion will consider how the nineteenth century dramatic lyric monologue, developed by Browning and Tennyson, impacted Dickinson’s poetry. In many letters, Dickinson underlined how important these British poets, along with Elizabeth Barrett Browning, were for her. In July 1862, Dickinson even echoed Browning’s well-known definition of the dramatic lyric when she told Higginson: ‘When I state myself, as the Representative of the Verse – it does not mean – me – but a supposed person’ (L268). Together, we will consider how Dickinson employs–and complicates–the lyric monologue in her own poetry, by focusing on a range of poems from the 1860s.”
Saturday, November 9th
Comics N’ More [64 Cottage St., Easthampton, MA 01027] at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Superheroes & Villains: Comic Art by Welcome Rider Hersey
“Your Comixmongers are VERY excited to announce that November’s Creator event tying in with Easthampton’s monthly Art Walk will be featuring the talents of local six year old Welcome Rider Hersey!”
Mead Art Museum [41 Quadrangle Dr, Amherst, MA 01002] at 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM
Saturday Close Looks
“Join us on Saturdays to explore works of art on view with student museum educators. Keep coming back each week for fresh perspectives! Free and open to all! “
Emily Dickinson Museum [280 Main St, Amherst, MA 01002] at 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Emily Dickinson and her British Contemporaries
“Scholar Páraic Finnerty presents this lecture on Emily Dickinson and her British contemporaries. He will discuss Dickinson’s reading of and response to three of her favorite British poets — Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Robert Browning, and Alfred Tennyson — in relation to their nineteenth-century US reception. The lecture will focus on the impact on Dickinson’s poetics of Tennyson’s and Browning’s development and popularization of the dramatic lyric (later termed the dramatic monologue). In the process, Finnerty will explore how this context provides a new way of interpreting Dickinson’s poetry. Time for questions and answers will follow the talk.”
Forbes Library [20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060] at 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Center for New Americans 30 Poems in November Creative Writing Workshop
“What makes a good poem? Or a great poem? In this workshop, organized as part of the 30 Poems in November fundraiser for the Center for New Americans and co-hosted by Sarah Sullivan (event chair of CNA) and Art Middleton (Writer in Residence at Forbes), we’ll be engaged in three distinct prompts using beloved poems, the headlines in the news, and formal constraints to create new poems to contribute to our goal of 30 poems in the month. More information can be found here: https://cnam.org/30poems
Sunday, November 10th
The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art [125 West Bay Rd., Amherst, MA 01002] at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Gallery Talk with Maira Kalman
“Join award-winning author/artist Maira Kalman for a gallery talk in her exhibition The Pursuit of Everything: Maira Kalman’s Books for Children. A book signing will follow the program.”

Board Games:

Tuesday, November 5th
Prodigy Minigolf & Gameroom [Eastworks, 116 Pleasant St, Easthampton MA] at 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Tabletop Tuesday
“From dungeon delving to spell casting, Tabletop Tuesdays have your board game fix covered for the week! Last week, a band of strangers took the roll of heroic adventures flushing out a perilous raider encampment in an ongoing game of Dungeons & Dragons. Meanwhile, across the room, spells were being cast and reversed at lightening speeds, as our local Magic the Gathering players duked it out. Interested in joining the fray? Tabletop Tuesdays are only $5 for access to our wide tables, extensive boardgame collection and of course lots of dice. If you’re a DM looking to lead your own band of adventurers, you get in for free! Plus you get access to countless DM resources, like map tiles and over 300 pre-painted token for heroes and monsters. Adventure awaits you at Prodigy.”
Wednesday, November 6th
Brass Cat [65 Cottage St #101, Easthampton, MA 01027] at 7:00 PM to 11:30 PM
Wednesday Games!
“Well we’ve made it past Halloween and we are barreling toward the tastiest holiday of the year. Now seems like the perfect time to dig into one of the thinkiest roll and writes that I’ve played! Imperial Settlers Roll and Write is essentially an engine building game. Every round, one player will roll the dice to set the number of actions and resources that are available. Over the course of the game, you’ll build buildings that will either add resources, provide new bonus actions or award end game victory points. IS R&W does a fantastic job of packing it’s full sized sibling into a tight, fun package. Watch It Played teach: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sh-OnxuTeQ So come build your settlement with us at the cat. Bring your friends, grab a beverage and play some games!”
Thursday, November 7th
2 Flights Up [399 1/2 Main St, Dalton, MA 01226] at 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Game Night
“Doors open at 6pm! There will be board games, card games, and people to teach them! 2 Flights Up is a month-to-month fee-based gaming association. The membership fee is $5 a month. You can save money by buying a year’s membership for $50. This will include the All Day Game Days and every Thursday game night.”
Palmer Public Library [1455 N Main St, Palmer, MA 01069] at 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
TFL: Scrabble Tournament
We hate Scrabble to be honest, but only because we’re really bad at it. Contact Top Floor Learning at (413) 283-2329 to learn more about this!
Friday, November 8th
Tolgy Wood: Chesterfield MA [32 Sugar Hill Road, Chesterfield, MA] at 5:00 PM to 11:59 PM
TABLE WARS: Episode Beta
“A full weekend of board games, CCGs, and Tabletop RPGs! We are excited to introduce our exploratory episode of Table Wars! Table Wars at Tolgy Wood will be a recurring gathering of board game, video game, CCG, and tabletop RPG enthusiasts doing what they love, usually spanning an entire weekend: Friday evening to Sunday evening. (Participants need not attend for the entire duration.) If this series of events sounds interesting to you, please show your support by joining us for Episode Beta! Our snack bar will be open, serving a variety of food options at reasonable prices. Sadly, we cannot allow outside food to be brought into the gaming areas. Alcohol is allowed but is BYOB. There are several cabins on site where you are welcomed to stay overnight for a low cost (see below). Admission to Table Wars is $5 for the day or $10 for the entire weekend. A bed in a cabin with electricity and heat is $5/night. It is $20/night for a bed in a cabin with more amenities, including a bathroom en suite. Online registration will be available soon, and we will also be accepting payment at the event itself, both cash and credit (credit is a small additional fee).”
Saturday, November 9th
Off The Wall Games [41 Russell St, Hadley, MA 01035] at 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Wild West Exodus Tournament
“Come one Come all to the first Off The Wall Wild West Tournament! November 9th, dice roll at noon. $15 entry which includes pizza. 1500 Points. There will be 3 Ninety (90) Minute Rounds. Prizes for first, second, third and best painted! Standard list building rules apply.”
Tolgy Wood: Chesterfield MA [32 Sugar Hill Road, Chesterfield, MA] at 9:00 AM to 11:59 PM
TABLE WARS Day 2
The second day of a bunch of good board games!
Sunday, November 10th
Tolgy Wood: Chesterfield MA [32 Sugar Hill Road, Chesterfield, MA] at 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM
TABLE WARS Day 3
Another day of games? DANG!

Books:

Tuesday, November 5th
Odyssey Bookshop [9 College St, South Hadley, MA 01075] at 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Suzanne Staubach
“Do you know a folly from a ha-ha? Can an allée be pleached? Does a skep belong on a plinth? Answers to these questions—plus a gazebo-ful of information, stories, and visual delights—await in this charming exploration of the stuff gardens are made of. Garden historian Suzanne Staubach covers everything from arbors to water features, reveling in the anecdotes that accompany each element. Filled with revelations and fanciful illustrations by Julia Yellow, A Garden Miscellany promises new discoveries with each reading—a book to be returned to again and again.”
Wednesday, November 6th
Odyssey Bookshop [9 College St, South Hadley, MA 01075] at 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Ann Cleeves
“In North Devon, where two rivers converge and run into the sea, Detective Matthew Venn stands outside the church as his estranged father’s funeral takes place. On the day Matthew left the strict evangelical community he grew up in, he lost his family too. Now, as he turns and walks away again, he receives a call from one of his team. A body has been found on the beach nearby: a man with a tattoo of an albatross on his neck, stabbed to death. The case calls Matthew back to the people and places of his past, as deadly secrets hidden at their hearts are revealed, and his new life is forced into a collision course with the world he thought he’d left behind. From Ann Cleeves, bestselling author of Vera and Shetland, beloved by readers and TV viewers alike, comes a spectacular new series, told with deep compassion and searing insight.”
Thursday, November 7th
Odyssey Bookshop [9 College St, South Hadley, MA 01075] at 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Unmi Abkin & Roger Taylor
“In their western Massachusetts-based restaurant Coco and The Cellar Bar, chefs Unmi Abkin and Roger Taylor create well-balanced, boldly flavored signature dishes shaped by Abkin’s Korean and Mexican-American upbringing. In Curry & Kimchi, they open their kitchen secrets up to the home cook, sharing their foundational dressings, salsas, broths, and infused oils and the dishes that feature them, through recipes that are delightfully simple to execute and beautifully complex in flavor.”

Card Games:

Monday, November 4th
Off The Wall Games [41 Russell St, Hadley, MA 01035] at 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM
Modern Mondays at Off the Wall
“Monday Modern! // 7 p.m. // $5 to play! 4 rounds! 4-0 $20 credit! 3-0-1 $15 credit! 3-1 $10 credit! 2-0-2 $5 credit! Rounds and prize support may subject to change based on attendance”
Tuesday, November 5th
Off The Wall Games [41 Russell St, Hadley, MA 01035] at 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Magic the Gathering Tuesdays
“Tuesdays night are the place to be for magic! We are holding three different events. Standard showdown @6pm/ $5 / Three rounds. Every 3-0 wins a standard showdown pack. Pauper @7:30 pm/ $5/ Three Rounds. Every 3-0 wins a showdown pack. Pick up Commander! Starts @5pm/ Free Entry/ Get a random promo card just by showing up! Prize Support for 8+ players. 3-0 $15 store credit +standard showdown pack. 2-0-1 $12 store credit. 2-1 $9 store credit”
Friday, November 8th
Off The Wall Games [41 Russell St, Hadley, MA 01035] at 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM
FNM at Off The Wall Modern Format
Friday Night Magic, Modern format! Play some magical cards with your pals at Off The Wall!

Community:

Tuesday, November 5th
Springfield Symphony Hall [34 Court St., Springfield, MA 01103] at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
The Years That Matter Most: How College Makes or Breaks Us
“Paul Tough is the bestselling author of “How Children Succeed” and a contributor to The New York Times Magazine and This American Life. In his new book, “The Years That Matter Most,” Tough describes the way higher education in America can both help and hinder young people searching for better opportunities. The book tells the stories of several remarkable students, including some for whom college acts as a powerful engine of social mobility. But Tough also reveals the sometimes hidden ways that our higher education system favors children of wealth and privilege and holds back striving young Americans from modest backgrounds.” We highly recommend going to school in Canada if you can. It’s not hard to apply, the most annoying bit is probably the passport and the fact that your visa doesn’t really let you work. But you’ll save literally a hundred thousand dollars minimum because US colleges are wildly overpriced.
Sunderland Public Library [20 School St., Sunderland, MA 01375] at 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Shoveling Clinic
Learn how to shovel snow! It’s no joke, snow is terrible even for incredibly strong people like us. Learn how to position, warm-up, and generally keep yourself from getting hurt!
Thursday, November 7th
Jones Library [43 Amity St., Amherst, MA 01002] at 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Marijuana: Opportunities and Challenges
“This exciting program is appropriate for adults and children alike. Free & open to the public.”
Friday, November 8th
Sunderland Public Library [20 School St., Sunderland, MA 01375] at 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Kayak Storage Building: Design Information Night
“Sunderland Public Library hopes to begin loaning kayaks to Sunderland residents in the Summer of 2020. Before we can do so, the library needs to build a storage shed to house the kayaks! Students from the UMass Amherst School of Architecture have generously designed several options for the kayak storage shed. All are invited to an open house to see the students designs and to provide their feedback.” That sounds fun!
Forbes Library [20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060] at 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Accessibility Focus: Technology Lab
“Rick Ely has made a career teaching children who are blind or visually impaired and has long been an advocate for assistive technology. Join Rick Ely and Forbes Library reference librarian Benjamin Kalish to learn about technologies that can make life easier. This is an open lab, which means YOU decide what we’ll talk about. “

Entertainment:

Wednesday, November 6th
Prodigy Minigolf & Gameroom [Eastworks, 116 Pleasant St, Easthampton MA] at 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Prodigious Smash #49 – feat Ultimate & Melee!
“Calling all Smash players. Here’s the deal…This event will feature two main brackets; Smash Ultimate Singles and Smash Melee Singles. Every second Wednesday will feature PM instead of Melee! To enter there is; $5 Venue Fee. $5 Bracket Entry Fee. *Cash only, there is an ATM upstairs in Eastworks. **Venue fee will be waived if you provide a FULL set up. Streamed by Team Spilled Fries: https://www.twitch.tv/teamspilledfries
Thursday, November 7th
Palmer Public Library [1455 N Main St, Palmer, MA 01069] at 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Anime Club
Watch anime! We started Fire Emblem: Three Houses today and that is also good anime.
Jones Library [43 Amity St., Amherst, MA 01002] at 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Tales from Mount Washington: Home of the World’s Worst Weather
“Join Mount Washington Observatory’s Will Broussard for an investigation into the unique life and work of weather observers stationed at the observatory year-round. We will explore how the mountain’s weather works and what it can tell us about New England’s own weather patterns. This program will include interactive demonstrations, weather instruments, stunning photography, and video footage from the summit. This exciting program is appropriate for adults and children alike. Free & open to the public.”
Westfield Athenaeum [6 Elm St, Westfield, MA 01085] at 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
First Thursday Concert Series-Ric&Amy
“Rick&Amy are an acoustic duo featuring Amy Tosi and Ric Tereso from the popular party band Emotion. They have a vast repertoire including Classic Rock, Country and Pop music from the past five decades and capture audiences with their ability to switch gears and play something for everyone. This Duo, with over twenty years of collaboration, has entertained thousands at local venues such as MGM Springfield and area restaurants.”
Sunday, November 10th
Prodigy Minigolf & Gameroom [Eastworks, 116 Pleasant St, Easthampton MA] at 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
ALL AGES Sunday Family Morning – September Edition
“ALL AGES! $12 per human! We are planning an ALL AGES Sunday morning for families! We only ask that for every 12-and-under human, they are accompanied by at least one PARTICIPATING adult. At Prodigy, we want to encourage deep thinking, allow for teaching strategy and create/fine tune brain skills so sit down at a chess board with your tot or teach them some Super Mario strategies that you learned with your spent weeks of attempts when you were young. Teach them the proper way to hold and swing a putter or just simply destroy them in air hockey. :-)”

History:

Tuesday, November 5th
Westfield Athenaeum [6 Elm St, Westfield, MA 01085] at 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Genealogy Class
“This is a class to help you with your family tree and to let you know what resources we have here at the library.”
Wednesday, November 6th
Holyoke Public Library [250 Chestnut St, Holyoke, MA 01040] at 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Jumpstart your Genealogy
“This four-class session runs October 16-November 6. You may pre-register for one, two, three, or all four sessions. The class is aimed at those new to genealogy and those who want a refresher on researching and organizing their family histories and is led by professional genealogist Hillary Schau. Free. New this year: family historian José Méndez will offer bilingual (Spanish/English) research assistance at each class as needed. To pre-register for one or more sessions, call the History Room at (413) 420-8107. For the class schedule and descriptions see: http://www.holyokelibrary.org/historynews.asp”
Saturday, November 9th
Historic Deerfield [80 Old Main St, Deerfield, MA 01342] at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Written by Hand: The Art and Fun of Writing with a Quill Pen
“Come to the History Workshop and learn to write with a quill pen. Practice cursive or printing with a goose quill, write on special “aged” paper using our own ink and take home your writing sample! Learn about the ingredients of ink, how quill pens were made and sharpened and read some quill pen writing from Historic Deerfield’s Manuscripts Collection.”
Historic Northampton [46 Bridge Street, Northampton, MA 01060-2406] at 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Marching on Main Street: Lesbian/Gay Liberation in 1982 to LGBTQ Rights Today. A Public Talk by J.M. Sorrell, Social Justice Activist, Trainer and Writer
“J.M. Sorrell will tell the nearly forty-year-long story of Northampton Pride. In 1982, a small group of local and student activists organized the first annual Northampton Lesbian and Gay Liberation March. Walkers gathered at the Bridge Street School lawn and marched down Main Street to Pulaski Park where a rally was held. Sorrell started marching and volunteering to help organize the march in its second year. Nearly forty years later, Main Street is still the route–but now in reverse to the Three County Fairgrounds to accommodate the tens of thousands of participants. “

Kids:

Tuesday, November 5th
Westfield Athenaeum [6 Elm St, Westfield, MA 01085] at 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM
Cupcake Wars
“Compete against others to have the most beautiful cupcake! All materials needed for decorations will be provided. Participants will have plenty of time to create and will be judged by your peers. For students going into grades 4 & 5! Registration Required”
Forbes Library [20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060] at 3:30 PM to 4:15 PM
LEGO Club
“Come enjoy a fun afternoon playing with LEGOs! For ages 5 and up.”

RPGs:

Thursday, November 7th
Palmer Public Library [1455 N Main St, Palmer, MA 01069] at 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
RPG Club
RPG Club is for fans of RPGs! Meet up with fellow players and chat about playing roles! Maybe try out one of the many RPGs made by Valley Creators!
Saturday, November 9th
Westfield Atheneum [6 Elm St, Westfield, MA 01085] at 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Dungeons and Dragons
Contact Tristin Anderson at a mysterious pub by the name of trisdragon2@gmail.com to begin your wonderous adventure in the Boys and Girls Library Activity Room! KAPOW!

Technology:

Tuesday, November 5th
Platform Sports Bar [125a Pleasant St., Northampton, MA 01060] at 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Northampton Webdive – After Work
A regular rendezvous of web makers, designers and creative coders! It’s a fun tim where you can talk to folks who mostly know what you’re complaining about when you talk about your work.

Teens:

Monday, November 4th
Forbes Library [20 West St, Northampton, MA 01060] at 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Teen Arts Program: Mail Art
“Make some special snail mail to send to friends or family! Materials and snacks provided. This program is open to teens only.”
Tuesday, November 5th
Holyoke Public Library [250 Chestnut St, Holyoke, MA 01040] at 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
The Pokemon Club
Pokemon cards, pokemon games, pokemon go! Tournaments! Card games in general! Trading! Art! Snacks! Pokemon Let’s Go comes out in like a week, that could be fun at the next one! Yaaay pocket monsters
Wednesday, November 6th
Holyoke Public Library [250 Chestnut St, Holyoke, MA 01040] at 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Holyoke Media Pop-Up Recording Studio
Come to the Teen Room to learn about media literacy and gain hands-on experience recording songs, doing interviews, and sound mixing with Iohann from Holyoke Media.

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