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Sherlock Gets a Contemporary Makeover (and Eight Others We Think Could Use One)

Published on October 16, 2010 By Joe Pagetta

By Erin McInnis and Joe Pagetta Picture the scene. We’re in London where there has been a rash of seemingly identical suicides. Or has there?  Wanting to reassure the community, Inspector Lestrade holds a press conference to release a statement and answer questions from the media. In true Holmes fashion, Sherlock e-blasts his opinion via […]

Revisit Tennessee Crossroads on our YouTube Channel

Published on July 14, 2010 By Erin McInnis

As part of the Tennessee Crossroads team, I am often responsible for answering a variety of questions about our show. For the most part these questions can be divided into two categories: questions relating to how one might go about watching, or rewatching, a particular Crossroads episode or segment, or requests for travel or entertainment […]

Sesame Street: As Relevant (And Fun) As Ever

Published on September 7, 2009 By Joe Pagetta

(Ed. note). The 40th Anniversary of Sesame Street has NPT staffer Erin McInnis, who divides her time between the production and education departments, thinking about the impact the show has had on her life, and the impact it continues to have on the world-at-large. Families Stand Together: Feeling Secure in Tough Times, a new special […]