Friday, January 4, 2013

Boston Bronze and Stone goes to Boston Channel 9

As Arts/Cultural editor for Neighborhood Network News (, I'd like to invite you to come to our Kenmore Square Studios  on Thursday January 10 at 2 pm to pretape a 6-minute interview about your book and upcoming promotional appearance in Boston.  The segment will  aired later in the month on Boston Cable Channel 9 at  at 5:30, 9:30 and 11:00 pm.

Chris Hardy
Arts/Cultural Editor

"Boston Bronze and Stone Speak To Us " has just been invited for another interview about my book.

I am looking forward to this new adventure. It never ceases to amaze me how excited and curious Bostonians are about my new book.

This bronze sculpture ascends upward to celebrate the construction of the then-tallest building in Boston. In 1967, the Prudential Building pioneered the future of the Boston architectural landscape. Quest Eternal proudly heralds the future for the forward-looking metropolitan business community. Lead by this tall skyscraper, our current financial district became a reality.
Found on Boylston Street in Boston, at the foot
of the Prudential building this large single cast sculpture called ‘Quest Eternal’ bears the following inscription: “Cast in Italy, this five-ton bronze figure is a traditional classic form depicting man reaching for the heavens.”
Taken from the Stone