WHMP News Director Denise Vozella reflects on covering the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster as a cub reporter in Concord, NH
Hatfield Selectman and School Committee member, Brian Moriarty, sits down with WHMP Reporter and Hatfield resident, Stephanie Slysz, covering a range of topics including: affordable housing, an aging population, school choice, high-stakes testing, that Center School, and the agenda for a Special Town Meeting for Feb 2 at 7pm at Smith Academy.
Bob asks: is it a crime that no black performers were nominated for Oscars for the second straight year, that eminently worthy actors like Idris Elba & Will Smith were missing from the list? Or is this equality after all, dominate one year, shut out the next, like Johnny Depp?
Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz answers critics on the Black Lives Matter banner that has been flying at City Hall since MLK day.
Project Manager Sigrid von Wendel on Saturday night’s event at Gateway City Arts featuring two iconic bands and a live auction all to support Celebrate Holyoke 2016.
WMUA, the campus radio station at UMass has made headlines recently by gradually eliminating programming produced by non-student community members, shows that have run for years. But they’ve really stepped in it now. The POLKA BANDSTAND?!! What are these nuts thinking?
This year I’m replacing resolutions with intentions, which feel more like a promise to myself. One of those promises is doing a “Winter Warrior” outdoor challenge.
Hampshire College’s aim to be the only residential college to go 100% solar was the basis of an article published last month in the Christian Science Monitor. Bob Flaherty talks to Hampshire’s Dean of Natural Science Steven Root about the joint efforts of students, faculty & engineers. More information here on Hampshire College’s solar project.
Bob talks with Patti Healey, chair of the Massaachusetts Nurses Association, who fired up the capacity crowd Saturday at Bernie Sanders’ rally at UMass, coining the phrase: “Code Bernie.”
WHMP morning host Bob Flaherty puts together a tuneful montage of several artists who’ll be performing during Northampton’s First Night Celebration, including Johnny Memphis, Lord Russ, Wishbone Zoe & the Lonesome Brothers.