Featuring the Work of Rob Reiber, Channel Coordinator and So Much More
Watch the lifting of the Lost Shul Mural at it's new home at Ohavi Zedek Synagogue on North Prospect Street. The historic 1910 mural, representative of traditional Eastern European Jewish art, was painted by Lithuanian immigrant Ben Zion Black. More information at: http://www.lostshulmural.org
Follow the move of the Lost Shul Mural from the Chai Adam Synagogue on Burlington's Hyde Street, to it's new home at Ohavi Zedek Synagogue on North Prospect Street. An engineering and organizational feat, enjoyed by the many watching, the many participating and the many to benefit from saving this importatnt piece of history and art. The historic 1910 mural, representative of traditional Eastern European Jewish art, was painted by Lithuanian immigrant Ben Zion Black. More information at: www.lostshulmural.org
The Stamp Stampede is a movement to legally stamp messages on money to #GetMondyOut of politics. It aims to amend the US Constitution and states that corporations are not people and money is not free speech. More information at: www.StampStampede.org
A swarm of bees landed in a tree at the corner of Archibald and North Winooski Strets on May 28, 2013. Beekeeper, Kate Blofson, attempts to capture the swarm and relocate. Unsuccessful in the attempt, Kate shares insights into the wonders of bees and introduces viewers to one of her hives.
Wood processor Brian Ladeau of Bristol, Vermont, provides insights into the world of wood processing firewood.
Burlington opens a new Boathouse on the lake. Mayor Peter Clavelle kicks off the ceremony. Rob Reiber and Nat Ayer talk to attendees about their impressions.
Reverend Rico Diamond of the New Wine, New Mind Ministries, shares insights into race relations.
Regular volunteer Jonathan McCandless and Rob Reiber share their thoughts on the music videeo genre after screening Jonathan's recent production of a music video.
Host Rob Reiber speaks with Lt. Governor Brian Dubie on the year ahead and his candidacy for Vermont Governor. Under the Dome is sponsored by: Subscribers of Channel 17/Town Meeting TV; National Life Group; Fletcher Allen Health Care, Entergy Vermont Yankee and Green Mountain Power.
Rob Reiber talks with Channel 17 youth volunteer LC Hines on his passion for technology. This turned out to be one of Channel 17's most popular programs of 2010.
Host Rob Reiber talks with Jean-Pie Mutume, President and Founder, amd Muyisa Mutume on the current situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and efforts being made by the recently formed non-profit Support the Congo Inc.
National Guard Deployment to Afghanistan. National Guard Deployment Interviews with families and guard members. This program also has an interview with Navy Adm. Michael Mullen.
City Council candidates for the 2 year seat include Frank Geier and Paul Engels. Rob Reiber moderates.
Under the Dome: Chittenden County Legislative Interview with Rep. Bill Aswad (D) of Burlington 03/21/2011
Interview with local legislators on their initiatives and perspectives. Host Rob Reiber speaks with Representative Bill Aswad (D) of Burlington, member of the Transportation Committee.
Don MacDonald, Bus Transportation Advocate, and Rob Reiber, Addison County Resident, talk about the new commuter bus route from Middlebury to Burlington, following Route 116 through Bristol, Starksboro, Hinesburg, through a collaboration of Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA) and Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR).
Channel 17 Volunteer Jonathan McCandless speaks to current issues, local and national.
Abdullah Sall speaks with Channel 17 staff on his perspectives of the Mayoral appointment of Brandon del Pozo as Burlington's new Police Chief.