Abramson: “The raffle is fun. Sometimes I get so involved I forget to buy a ticket.”
WHMP’s Bob Flaherty and Denise Vozella broadcast live from Northampton’s unofficial “dog park” about the future use of the land
Bob: “I wouldn’t be more delighted if Meryl Streep had agreed to star in my play.”
Cate: “It was offered to Meryl, but she graciously stepped aside to allow me to do it.”
Bob and Denise react to the Vanity Fair cover of Caitlyn Jenner
Browne: “Most elder households don’t know that they can apply for a reduction in what they pay annually in property taxes.”
Bill Dwight says the future of news from radio and newspapers is on us!
“Martian Gardens” and “Jazz in Silhouette” get the axe, and an Amherst Town Meeting member throws his weight around to silence another show.
Bob speaks to Jennie Benford, a Baystate Radiology Tech who appeared on Letterman’s last week
Bob Flaherty speaks with teachers and students from PVPA who are producing a unique event designed to highlight hunger. Friday, May 15 6-8 pm at the Deuce, World War II Club in Northampton.
The PVSOC presents “Cavalleria Rusticana” Saturday at the Academy of Music