Thursday, April 23, 2009

In memoriam; Windsor Park Stories

Windsor Park Stories was a 30 minute human interest show that first aired on WVIA and then later moved stations to WBRE. The words "Human Interest Show" does not full describe the touching stories, documentaries and talent shared from the backyard of Kitch and Tony Mussari.

In Tony Mussari's words:
"Despite Windsor Park Stories focus on everyday people, the series is not simply a collection of observations about regional life. Instead, it centers on the real life experiences of people who visit the gardens at Windsor Park. Many of the stories are told by residents of Northeastern Pennsylvania, while others are told by people who live half a world away."

On 1/18/09 WPS aired its last show in light of the economic downturn and and Tony's heart surgery. After viewing the last show on WBRE; I went online and did a google search for Windsor Park Stories and was able to find It looks like most of the stories that aired on Network TV are uploaded to the "Now Playing" section of the website. I highly recommend viewing the Judge Max Rosenn, Dan Flood and the Bernies Memorial Walk clips to start with. Of course, once you watch one clip, you have to see all of them. Enjoy!


Tony Mussari said...

Thank you for your very kind words about Windsor Park Stories.

Kitch and I will treasure your comments.

The series was the centerpiece of our lives for 12 years. We did our very best to shine a spotlight on ordinary people with stories of hope, inspiration and service to others.

We will continue to post articles and add content to the Windsor Park Theater.

Until the next time we meet, we hope that all of your stories have happy endings.

Tony & Kitch Mussari
Windsor Park Stories

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