Video Gallery

See video The February 2016 edition of Quincy in Focus. Segments include inauguration of Mayor Thomas Koch, a press conference announcing a new violence prevention program at both high schools, and a water drill for first responders.
See video Labor posters from the collection of Stephen Lewis will be on exhibit at the Thomas Crane Library throughout the month of February.
See video Rudy Childs, director of the movie "1984: Riding Into Hell" talks about the premiere showing at the Thomas Crane Library on February 25th.
See video Brian DeFelice of the Thomas Crane Library talks about a retro game night to be held on February 23rd as part of the library's Grownup 20s & 30s program.
See video Romance novel author Kevin V. Symmons will give pointers on how to write a love letter like a pro at the Thomas Crane Library on February 9th.
See video Antiques Roadshow appraiser Ken Gloss of the Brattle Book Shop in Boston talks about his appearance at the Thomas Crane Library on February 16th.
See video Guitarist Raley Beggs will perform at the Thomas Crane Library on February 7th as part of the library's Winter Concerts at the Crane.
See video Joan Vercollone Barry, board member of My Life My Choice, will present on human sex trafficking in the United States on February 2nd.
See video Dr. Curtis Nordgaard discusses his upcoming presentation "Fracked Gas: How Safe Is It?" to be held at the Thomas Crane Library on January 26th at 7pm.
See video Rev. Jack Swanson of Union Congregational Church talks about the church's upcoming "Service of Music" to be held on Sunday, January 3, 2016 at 10am.
See video Rev. Jack Swanson of Union Congregational Church in Wollaston discusses the church's two Christmas Eve services.
See video Mary Diggle, director of the literacy program at the Thomas Crane Library, talks about upcoming orientation sessions for new volunteers.
See video Kevin and Matt Coughlin perform songs to enjoy this holiday season.
See video Violinist Akiko Kobayashi talks about her performance at the Thomas Crane Library on January 10th.
See video Staff, members, friends and family of Quincy Access Television read the classic Clement Clarke Moore poem, "Twas the Night Before Christmas".