• Alan Wong

    Executive Producer

    Alan Wong oversees a team of video producers who create video content for BU's online editorial publications and social media channels. He has produced more than 300 videos for Boston University, shuffling through a number of countries in the process: Australia, Argentina, Peru, Ireland, China, and Cambodia. He has also bored audiences in Atlanta and Boston giving talks on video for higher ed. Profile

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There are 3 comments on My Own Boston: Kate Weiser

  1. I was born in Boston and raised in the Back Bay where I still reside(Gloucester Street)and spent my summers on the Vineyard (my late father’s birthplace). Lovely video. Haven’t eaten at Trident in years but it is a great to visit. Did you know that Symphony Hall ranks the second or thirst best acoustical hall in the world? It is the first hall to be built according to the Laws of Acoustics> It ranks the best in the country (Walt Disney Hall in LA is fantastic but too “clinical!” Have you walked down Beacon Street toward the Public Garden (1837)to find the non existent number of Mrs. Jack (Isabella Stewart Gardner)? Take a walk down Commonwealth Ave toward the Public Garden and you will come across the resident of Henry Lee Higginson, founder of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (1881). I recall the building of Prudential Center Building that open in 1964. A lot of people are unaware that during the 1958 recession and the US Steel strike that a lot of work was stopped on the building! I could say more but then I am putting the spot light on myself instead of Kate Weiser. Enjoy your Boston travels.

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