Join Michael Moore for a live taping of his Rumble podcast with special guests Chapo Trap House.
In the spirit of the Citizens Agenda that BINJ is using to guide our coverage in the Granite State, Local Voices Network will engage members of the public in dialogue about the issues that affect their lives (as opposed to chasing popular media narratives).
The Shaskeen Pub will host the BINJ pop-up newsroom and reporters from across the country from Feb. 5 – Feb. 11, and has a schedule packed with music, comedy, podcast tapings, and other events for a week of political pandemonium.
As the fourth cohort of Neighborhood Salon Luminaries settles in, and the previous three continue to inform, claims Vedro, “not only the community engagement programs, but now, more and more, other types of programming, and collaborations throughout the museum.”
Independent journalists from BINJ, DigBoston, and several other sites and papers will use the facilities, which we first conceived as an alternative to the hotel across the street where journalists from bigs like CBS and CNN enjoyed cozy press accommodations while the rest of us sat on the carpet in the lobby and fought over electrical outlets.