John Demers adjusts a monitor he uses to watch the action. His historically focused kids’ show, “History’s Heroes: The Rusty Bucket Kids,” films mostly in Apex. This episode, about Louisa May Alcott, is being filmed off Olive Chapel Road in the historic Maynard-Pearson House.
John Demers adjusts a monitor he uses to watch the action. His historically focused kids’ show, “History’s Heroes: The Rusty Bucket Kids,” films mostly in Apex. This episode, about Louisa May Alcott, is being filmed off Olive Chapel Road in the historic Maynard-Pearson House. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
John Demers adjusts a monitor he uses to watch the action. His historically focused kids’ show, “History’s Heroes: The Rusty Bucket Kids,” films mostly in Apex. This episode, about Louisa May Alcott, is being filmed off Olive Chapel Road in the historic Maynard-Pearson House. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com

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