Saturday, March 26, 201603/26/2016

Western Mass Business Show 3.26.16

In The Western Mass. Business Show

Ira talks with Ken Danford from North Star, self-directed learning for teens.


Friday, March 25, 201603/25/2016

An Intimate Dance

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Thursday, March 24, 201603/24/2016

UMass President Martin Meehan

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Wednesday, March 23, 201603/23/2016

The Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival

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Tuesday, March 22, 201603/22/2016

A Theory of Non-Violence

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Tuesday, March 22, 201603/22/2016

On The Money (3/23/16)

In On the Money

How much have you lost due to the actions of the Federal Reserve? What if you retire in a bear…


Monday, March 21, 201603/21/2016

Question Bridge

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Saturday, March 19, 201603/19/2016

Western Mass Business Show 3.19.16

In The Western Mass. Business Show

Ira talks with Erika Zekos about Click Workspace.

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Saturday, March 19, 201603/19/2016

Vaya Con Muñoz 3.19.16

In Vaya Con Muñoz

Holyoke City Councilor Nelson Román talks about his resolution urging President Obama to pardon Puerto Rican political prisoner Oscar López, who has served 34 years in federal prison on charges of “seditious conspiracy.” The resolution will be presented to the Holyoke City Council on April 4. Also on our show, the fabulous LionessMagazine.com ladies, Dawn Leaks and Natasha Clark, who offer women in business encouraging ideas. Dawn shares a 1-minute tip on how to get your purpose mojo going. Plus, Marla Goldberg shares a short essay about a turtle who was saved. And somehwere in the program you will also hear Juan Luis Guerra & 440 singing “La cosquillita,” a fast merengue that isn’t for yoga exercises.

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Friday, March 18, 201603/18/2016

Senate President Rosenberg & Bach

In Bill Newman

3.19- Senate President Stan Rosenberg, Peter Blanchette.

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