The Callie Crossley Show 9/15/10
Mass Decision 2010, Post Election Analysis: Dorie Clark: President, Clark Strategic Communications, helps us make sense of the results of yesterday's primaries, and how they will likely impact November elections.
Stimulus Funds Hit Beacon Hill: One of the oldest African American meeting houses recently received four million dollars from the federal government to fund its restoration. Built in 1806, the building served as a church, a school, and as a center of the abolitionist movement. We're joined by Beverly Morgan Welch, Executive Director Museum of African American History, which is leading the restoration effort; and Cassiua Cash, superintendent of Boston National Historical Park.
Photography On The Job: Sergeant Scott Whittemore of the Wellesley Police Department, gives the public an insiders view of his profession with the countless photographs he has taken both on and off duty.