Granny’s Baking Table Serves Up Scratch Baked Goods in Springfield
Food and community go hand and hand, and when you throw in nostalgia, few can resist.
At Granny’s Baking Table, owners Sonya Yelder and Todd Crossett serve up classic from-scratch baked goods. Their offerings and small shop in downtown harken back to a simple time of hand-baked goods and gathering around the table for conversation and connection.
Meet owners Sonya Yelder and Todd Crosset, who believe that the best way to return “The City of Homes” to its glory days is through small, community run businesses like their own.,
And more western Mass stories tonight….
Berkshire Busk! is an organized street busking festival that brings a wide variety of diverse musicians to the streets of Great Barrington. The goal of the event is not only to fill the city with music, but to spur economic development and community engagement.
Then, western New England may not have oceanfront properties, but our region is home to a variety of waterways, including waterfalls. Join Brian Sullivan as he hunts down some stunning cascades in Umpachene Falls Park.
Then, journalist Richie Davis talks about his new book Good Will & Ice Cream, a follow up to his first work, Inner Landscapes. The new book explores the explores the extraordinary lives of western Mass residents Davis encountered over his 45-year career as a reporter for The Recorder.