60 Seconds Behind the Scenes: Doug Versus the Polling Stations
Anna and Raven sent out Producer Doug to polling stations throughout Connecticut this morning. They asked him to make a video of himself. This turned out to be very difficult. It also turned out to be our favorite video ever.
60 Seconds Behind the Scenes: What Does Lemonade Mean After Beyonce
After the HBO special Lemonade was released this week which debuted Beyonce's new music, everyone has a new outlook on what lemonade means... But does anyone in our office know?
60 Seconds Behind the Scenes: Just Loving Prince
Anna and Raven can't help but relive all our feelings for Prince. Just some love happening in the studio today.
60 Seconds Behind the Scenes: Another Mystery Package Arrives
Anna and Raven randomly get packages and then have others open them out of fear of what's inside. Today's surprise was pretty awesome though.
60 Seconds Behind the Scenes: Anna and Raven's New Intern Makes Cookies
Our new intern Jenn surprised us with cookies and that's why she's our favorite.
60 Seconds Behind the Scenes: Anna and Raven Read to the Children
It was Read Across Norwalk Day yesterday so Anna and Raven stopped by Wolfpit Elementary School to read a few books to the second graders!
60 Seconds Behind the Scenes: The Anna and Raven Show Mission Statement
Our company has a great mission statement but Anna and Raven felt left out... so they created their own.
60 Seconds Behind the Scenes: Scaring Megan
We don't condone hazing... We do condone scaring our new co-workers with the most nonsense. Welcome to the family Meg, sorry for terrifying you. Kind of. 60 Seconds Behind the Scenes!
60 Seconds Behind the Scenes: Anna's Biggest Pet Peeve About Raven
Anna learned something new about Raven last week and now that she knows it, it drives her crazy.
60 Seconds Behind the Scenes: Packages in the Mail
Anna and Raven get a few random packages in the mail. When they do, Anna usually makes Tristan from the front open them... just in case. Today's item boggles Anna's mind because it's a book based on something that can be explained in one or two sentences.