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Boston Comedy Legend Lenny Clarke at Academy of Music Friday Night

On his legendary weight loss: “You can exercise til the cows come home but if you EAT the cows when they come home you’re in trouble.”

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Bob Breaks Down President Obama’s State of the Union Address

Obama gets feisty, now when he’s got nothing to lose.

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Is Racial Divide Real or an Invention of the Corporate Plantation Owners Who Control Us?

Flaherty suggests that the so-called racial divide is a carefully engineered contrivance to keep us at each other’s throats &…

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Were Boston Traffic-Jammers Protesting for Justice or Auditioning for Youtube?

Flaherty suggests that the protesters missed the mark. Instead of striking a blow against a rigged & racist system, they…

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Flaherty and Stinson Present WHMP’s Last “Book Swap.”

One thing the two authors discuss is Susan’s protagonist Carline’s statement that “fear of fat is fear of death.”

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Old Baseball Teammate Stan Finn Remembers Hamp Legend Stu Miller

Stan Finn, 85, took part in the same St.Louis Cardinals tryout in 1948 in Northampton that propelled teammate Stu Miller…

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Bob Flaherty Rides Inaugural Train Trip

A new era of train travel in Western Mass has been officially launched and Bob Flaherty was there

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Hot Chocolate Run-Mary’s Story Part Five: Hope

The final installment of Denise Vozella’s series on domestic violence, featuring her mother’s message of hope.

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Hot Chocolate Run-Mary’s Story Part Four: No Shelter

Part four of WHMP News Director Denise Vozella’s series on domestic violence in her family, focuses on Safe Passage’s emergency shelter

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Hot Chocolate Run-Mary’s Story Part Three: Getting Out

WHMP News Director Denise Vozella is walking in this year’s Hot Chocolate Run to benefit Safe Passage and has produced a series about her mother’s story. Here’s part three, in which she talks about how and why her mother got out

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No Hate Crime Charge In Northampton Swastika Case

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Two teenage girls from Northampton will not be charged with hate crimes.

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Pedestrian Hit By Car In Williamsburg

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A pedestrian is seriously injured after being hit by a car in Williamsburg.

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Sarno Decries Springfield Snowplow Vandals

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Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno is outraged that anyone would attack a snowplow.

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Easthampton Cancels July 4 Fireworks

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Easthampton will not be holding its July 4th Fireworks celebration this year.

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Police: Westfield Man Bites Cop

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A Westfield man faces charges after allegedly biting a police officer inside a cruiser.