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Tapped In Ep2: Come Together



Welcome to Tapped In, the podcast that explores the unique stories and perspectives of individuals who are making a positive impact on their communities. In this episode, "Come Together," we focus on individuals using their passion for the arts to bring people together.


You’ll hear interviews with DBRC board member Carri Alper (2 min. mark), musician and producer Graham Alexander (26 min. mark), and entrepreneur Keith Hohing (1:09 min. mark). Host George Kemery and his friends from the DBRC speak with Carri Alper about her experience developing an Arts Council in Medford, NJ, and her insights into revitalization initiatives. Next, they sit down with Graham Alexander, a multi-talented musician, songwriter, and producer, to discuss the history of The Vault in our downtown and his approach to music production. Finally, they chat with Keith Hohing, drummer for the Vault band and owner of the Victor Bldg. 19 and the beautifully restored Comtekh building, about his leadership in the technology space and the lessons he’s learned along the way.


Tapped In is presented by the Downtown Berlin Revitalization Corporation. If you are interested in getting involved with the DBRC, visit their website at downtownberlinnj.com, or attend their monthly meetings held every third Monday of the month. Join us for the next recording on Wednesday, May 3, at the Berlin Brewing Co., where we will continue to explore the stories of those who are making a difference in their communities.


For more information on the topics discussed in this episode, please visit the links below.


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