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Deborah Soares

A native of New Bedford, I am happy to be working at the radio station that I grew up listening too. I vividly remember listening to the Top 7 at 9 when I was younger, counting down Salt -N- Pepa "Whatta Man", Paperboy's "Ditty", and "Very Special" by Big Daddy Kane and Spinderella. I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree from Wagner College on Staten Island, NY. I was lucky enough to live and work in New York City. I gained television experience through a  production internship on The Sally Jessy Raphael Show. I moved back to New Beige in 2003 and JR changed my life when he gave me an internship and my first job in radio. I've met my husband and some of the greatest people here at FUN 107. Now, I enjoy life as a mom. It's the hardest but most rewarding of all my jobs!   My Fav Things To Do: Reading a great book Mad Men Spending time with my family Jogging Listening to music My Top Five Artists Madonna Michael Jackson Nelly Furtado Nas Lady Gaga
Deborah soares, TSM
Deborah soares, TSM

Throwback Photos Of Local School Playgrounds

If you're in your thirties or older and grew up on the Southcoast, these pictures will be a fond memory of what our playgrounds use to look like.

Who remembers growing up and playing in concrete play areas? Seesaws made of metal that would knock you unconscious if you got slapped in the head with one? Swings with rusty chain links that screamed 'omg, I might need a tetanus shot'? And how about that hot slide on a hot summer day that burned your behind on the way down.  Who d

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Gail Hartnett Roderigues, YMCA
Gail Hartnett Roderigues, YMCA

YMCA Receives Donation From Southcoast Business Alliance To Support Child Care Program

The YMCA has over 17,000 members across the Southcoast. The organization's mission is to promote the health of individuals within it's community, from spiritual to physical. It's more than what the Village People

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KatarzynaBialasiewicz
KatarzynaBialasiewicz

We Got Your Back Pack Campaign To Benefit New Bedford’s Homeless

The bitter New England winter is about to rear it's unforgiving face. As I complain about what it will cost to heat my home this winter, I'm sent an invitation to like a Facebook page for an initiative to fill back packs for the city's homeless. And so I stop and think of just how fortunate I am that I have a home to heat.

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