This is more about something that used to air on a local PBS station. Or at least if it still airs, it does do with definitely less fanfare than in the past.
It’s also an example of what drives me nuts about our local PBS. I get that they need to make money but this event is local and I think there still is an audience for it-especially given that it seems WGBH is about catering to a demographic that is loyal but shrinking.
I also miss this event because it was a chance not just to see local talent but to also see the stars in a non-competitive atmosphere.
This recap is quite well written. I just happened upon this blog. I look forward to following it throughout the season.
All photographs by Marni Gallagher
It’s early fall in Boston. For skating fans in the area, that means it’s time for An Evening with Champions (EWC). This famous show, which takes place at Harvard University, is an annual ritual for many Boston-area fans and skaters alike, and effectively serves as the local kick-off to the season. It’s always a fun event, and this year’s 46th annual Evening with Champions was no exception.
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