Grace Perry is a former intern extraordinaire at Amherst Media and now our resident Travel Correspondent. She has set off on the adventure of a lifetime, is shooting some amazing and fun video and is vlogging all the way, so we’ll be posting regular updates as they come in.
The Gokh Bi System is a blend of African and Carribean influences spiced with Hip Hop. They call their sound 'Ancient Meets Urban.' Here Mamadou and Sana N'diaye talk about the origins and influences of the group's music before performing at Amherst's Northfire Recording Studio.
Check out The Greys in the latest Live At The Grid. They navigate somewhere between jazz, blues and beat but with a flavor all of their own. They explore psychological pain through the redemptive power of music. Only on Amherst Media.
Local journalist, author, motorcycle instructor and former professional racer Ken Condon premieres his new show "Riding In The Zone," a look at the wide world of motorcycling. Ken looks at the intricacies of road racing, flat track riding, adventure riding, traveling on the open road and much more.
See what an internship at Amherst Media looks like through the eyes and experiences of interns who are doing it. Directed, shot, and edited by Amherst Media interns, this short film reveals the range of possibilities for anyone seeking to hone their skills in all forms of media production from video to podcasting to social journalism and more.
Amherst Media interns Charlie Turner and NJ Park take a look at the daily life and struggles of Ashley, a traffic island panhandler in Hadley. This insightful short documentary explores the problem of homelessness in the Amherst area and includes interviews with homeless advocates.