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Wednesday, March 25, 201503/25/2015

Ezra Parzybok the Cannabis Consultant, Part 2

In Podcasts

(marijuana) is looking for inconsistencies, things that are out of balance … ”

um hockey

Friday, March 13, 201503/13/2015

UMass/WHMP’s Hines & Chrusciel call the Minutemens’ win after longest college hockey game ever!

In Podcasts

Flaherty: “Not only do you have to give credit to the 300 fans who stayed to the end, but also to listeners, like Amherst’s Vince O’Connor, who thanked Cody and Brock and WHMP for sticking to it.”


Friday, March 13, 201503/13/2015

Should Marathon Bomber Get the Death Penalty or Life? Did Bro Make Him Do It?

In Podcasts

On keeping Tsarnaev alive: “…and we’ll have to feed him. We don’t feed poor people in America, folks who do no harm to anyone, but THIS maggot we’ll have to feed.”


Friday, March 13, 201503/13/2015

Tick Tock! The 24 Hour Theater Project is Back!

In Podcasts

Dwight: “It’s principally the seat-of-the-pants. Part of the reason the audience comes is to watch a wreck—or a high-wire act on a very thin wire to see if you can pull it off.”

Khalif and Bob

Wednesday, March 11, 201503/11/2015

PVPA Student Khalif Neville Makes Iron Horse Debut

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Khalif Neville, PVPA senior and son of Charles Neville, in his first-ever radio interview about his Iron Horse debut


Friday, March 6, 201503/06/2015

Cong. Jim McGovern on Not Attending Netanyahu’s Speech to Congress

“I suggested that the Prime Minister come and address us at another time, after his election and after the March 31 deadline, giving the President of the United States time to negotiate a deal with Iran. If (Netanyahu) had something new to tell us he could have briefed us in a classified setting.”


Wednesday, March 4, 201503/04/2015

Tail-waggers Unite! Time To March Forth With Your Dogs at Northampton High

In Podcasts

Riddle on Superintendent Provost pressed into service as a judge: “This is a new role for him…he didn’t realize it when he took the job…”


Tuesday, March 3, 201503/03/2015

On Left, Right & Who’s Wrong, Whatley & Flaherty Debate Netanyahu’s Speech 2 Weeks Before It Was Delivered

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Whatley, quoting Netanyahu: “If Israel’s enemies in the Middle East were to disarm, there would be peace in the region; if Israel were to disarm, it would cease to exist.”


Tuesday, March 3, 201503/03/2015

Hamp Gallery Owner Richard Michelson Remembers Close Friend Leonard Nimoy

In Podcasts

On playing Spock: “He loved the character. He brought himself to it in many ways. He realized that it gave him the freedom to pursue whatever he wanted to do.”


Tuesday, March 3, 201503/03/2015

Easthampton Mayor Karen Cadieux Sits Down with Bob

In Podcasts

“…our police have no interest or desire to invade anyone’s privacy.”

Recent Headlines

in National, World

U.S. runs hundreds of counter-terrorism investigations

Police tape cordons off the site of a car bomb attack in Sanaa, Yemen, Tuesday, June 30, 2015. The explosion occurred near a military hospital in the Yemeni capital on Monday, causing dozens of casualties including civilians, security officials said. The Islamic State's Sanaa Division claimed responsibility on Twitter for detonating the parked car bomb, according to the SITE Intelligence Group monitoring service. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)

U.S. authorities are pursuing hundreds of active counter-terrorism investigations embracing all 50 American states.

in National

After ‘gratifying’ week, Obama has long to-do list for his time left in office


The President, who has about 18 months left in his second term, hopes to work with Congress on infrastructure funding and reforming the criminal justice system.

in Trending, Viral Videos

TODAY’S MUST SEE: Kids explain gay marriage


Jimmy Kimmel took to the streets to see how America's future feels about the Supreme Court decision and the answers are hilarious.

in National

Nearly one in three Americans owns a gun


About 29 percent of people nationwide reported owning a gun.

in National, World

U.S., Cuba restoring diplomatic ties after 54 years


The previous Cold War enemies agreed to reopen embassies in each other's capitals, with the Cubans saying that could happen as soon as July 20.