Tuesday, October 13, 201510/13/2015

On The Money (10/14/15)

In On the Money

Will there be another round of Quantitative Easing? The most common question Gary hears. What will your 2016 Social Security…

josh silver

Monday, October 12, 201510/12/2015

(Josh) Silver & Gold

In Bill Newman

10.12.15 josh Silver guest hosts and talks Represent.US, money in politics, the rising tide of Democracy in Honduras and Live Art.

scott mackenzie

Saturday, October 10, 201510/10/2015

Western Mass Business Show 10.10.15

In The Western Mass. Business Show

Ira talks with Scott MacKenzie


Friday, October 9, 201510/09/2015

Author Extravaganza

In Bill Newman

10/9: Frederick Forsyth, author of “The Day of the Jackal,” “The Odessa File,” “The Dogs of War” and the Kill List,” among other thrillers, talks about his new book ”The Outsider: My Life in Intrigue.” Then, famed South African writer Ivan Vladislavic, visits us (after his talk at Hampshire College) about life under apartheid and his new book, “The Folly.”

Stan Rosenberg

Thursday, October 8, 201510/08/2015

Of Pipelines and Peace

In Bill Newman

10/8: “There Is Another Way.” Combatants for Peace (CfP) Sulaiman Khatib, Palestinian Co-Director of CfP, and Maya Katz, Israeli Steering Committee member of CfP, tell us how there is, and why there must be another way, end the seemingly endless Israeli- Palestinian conflict. They’ll be speaking tonight at Congregation B’nai Israel in Northampton. First, State Senate President Stan Rosenberg on the proposed Kinder-Morgan Pipeline and more charter schools ? (and how to pay for them without decimating local public school systems).

erin mckeown

Wednesday, October 7, 201510/07/2015

Art & Activism

In Bill Newman

10/7: Celebrate the Rosenberg Fund for Children’s 25th anniversary with author Ellen Meeropol and musician, songwriter, producer, and activist Erin McKeown; Then, Vaya con Munoz with Natalia Munoz and stand-up artist ; and then, best-selling author Sherry Turkle, on “Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age.”


Tuesday, October 6, 201510/06/2015

On The Money (10/7/15)

In On the Money

Ben Bernanke and the affects of China on our market Should I pay down my debt now before the interest…

coop month

Tuesday, October 6, 201510/06/2015

The Scoop on Co-ops!

In Bill Newman

10/6: LIVE from Green Fields Market, our annual co-op show with Laura Porter (Co-op Power), Angie Gregory (Simple Diaper & Linen), Rochelle Prunty (River Valley Market), Suzette Snow Cobb (Franklin Community Co-op) Adam Trott (Valley Alliance of Workers Cooperatives); & Andy Toomajian (PV Squared).

robbie meeropol

Monday, October 5, 201510/05/2015

Rosenberg Redemption?

In Bill Newman

10/5: Robert Meeropol on the newly released Grand Jury testimony that exonerates his mother Ethel Rosenberg, who was sent to the electric chair even though the prosecutors knew she was innocent of any wrongdoing. Then, Jenn Meeropol, Robert’s daughter, and the Executive Director of the Rosenberg Fund for Children on the RFC’s 25th anniversary celebration; Sharon Mehrman, winner of 2015 Woodworking Excellence Award; Rev. Dwight Webster of New Orleans on the 10th anniversary of Katrina.


Friday, October 2, 201510/02/2015

Hot(t) films. Cool poems.

In Bill Newman

10/2: Emmy-award winning filmmakers: Northampton-based Larry Hott and Smith College graduate Cynthia Wade—her new film is “Freeheld;” then, “NPR: Northmapton Poetry Radio” with Rich Michelson—previewing the reading of Emily Dickinson’s poems and the Poetry Festival in Amherst this weekend with nationally acclaimed poets Dara Wier and Dina Elenbogan; then MHC professor Tom Wartenberg on Mel Bochner’s show now at the college’s art gallery and their upcomng public conversation.

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