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Tuesday, January 12, 201601/12/2016

Defenders of Public Education

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Massachusetts Teachers Association President Barbara Madeloni and PHENOM –Public Higher Education Network of Massachusetts founder Max Page.


Tuesday, January 12, 201601/12/2016

On The Money (1/13/16)

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What common rules for retirement savings are becoming outdated? If you’re new to investing, where should you start? Could the…

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Saturday, January 9, 201601/09/2016

Western Mass Business Show 1.9.16

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Ira talks with Max Harthshorne from GoNomad.com


Thursday, January 7, 201601/07/2016

Honoring Creativity & The Reverend Finds A Rabbi

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Bill speaks with Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman on his new book “18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently.” The weekly…

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Thursday, January 7, 201601/07/2016

Vaya Con Muñoz

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1.9.16 Natalia Muñoz in her premier episode speaking with Northampton’s William Cumpiano about the Puerto Rican guitar.

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Wednesday, January 6, 201601/06/2016

Will The Governor Be The Senator From NH?

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1/6: New Hampshire governor Maggie Hassan on the opioid crisis in the Northeast, the future of the Affordable Care Act and her candidacy for the United States Senate; Claude Knobler, author of “More Love (Less Panic)”—on parenthood lessons learned from adopting his son from Ethiopia; and Mike Lofgren, author of “The Deep State: The Fall of the Constitution and the Rise of a Shadow Government.”


Tuesday, January 5, 201601/05/2016

On The Money (1/6/16)

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This week on “On the Money” with Gary Thomas: A look back at the 2015 market, and a look ahead…

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Tuesday, January 5, 201601/05/2016

A Greenfield Lawyer Puts The ‘Spotlight’ On The Ills of The Catholic Church

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1/5: Greenfield attorney John Stobierski, the attorney for many local victims of the Catholic Church’s priest sexual abuse scandal; then, back to that fracking pipeline with the President of Pipeline Awareness Network for the Northeast, Katy Eisman, who updates us on the FERC’s process and your right to intervene—to become a participant in this process—there’s been an extension—fill out the form now!


Monday, January 4, 201601/04/2016

The 13th Ammendment

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1/4: Black in the Valley with Rev-Dr. Jacquelyn Smith-Crooks; Prof. Carlie Tartakov, and special guest Martin Jones; Vaya con Munoz with Natalia Munoz and Performance Project founder and First Generation Artistic Director Julie Lichtenberg.

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Thursday, December 31, 201512/31/2015

Farewell, 2015

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12.31.15 Josh Silver guest hosts and bids adieu to 2015 with a look at a groundbreaking carbon capture technology, some hope on the political horizon and a Cathedral in The Night.

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