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TALKERS MAGAZINE named Phil as one of the nation's Top 100 Talk Show Hosts! 45 year veteran broadcaster, Phil Paleologos began his passion in radio at KZNG in Hot Springs, Arkansas, as a 16 year old who convinced management to let him host a one hour show about local high school events, and since then, he hasn't stopped talking! Serving as both a television news anchor and DJ in Charlottesville, VA, Phil learned his craft well in the smaller markets and then set his sights on Boston as the afternoon drive-time host on WEZE, as 'The Mayor of Park Square'. In the late 1970's, Phil became the morning guy at WNBH and later, an afternoon host at WBSM, both in New Bedford, MA. In the mid-1990's, the TALK-AMERICA RADIO NETWORK syndicated Phil's morning show, American Breakfast, that originated in his authentic stainless steel diner, that he and his wife own! The show was carried coast-to-coast, in many major city markets, until he signed off with great ratings. Since then, Phil has been very active in helping non-profit organizations raise awareness and revenues and owning and operating the Shawmut Diner in New Bedford, MA, with his wife, Celeste. Tune into "More Than Just Talk" with Phil every weekday afternoon from 3pm to 6pm!
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ryanmcginnisphoto, Flickr

Is Looking At Screens Bad For Your Eyes?

I can hear my mother's reprimand right now, "You're too close to the TV screen! It'll make your eyes go square!"

That was then, but this is 2013 and so many of us are spending a lot of time looking at computer screens, mobile phone screens and TV, too! So is all this bad for our eyes? Is there any truth to my mother's rant?

According to experts with the College of Optometrists, looking at screens for more than 3 hours a day can cause a few problems

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Sanderson Jones and Pippa Evans - Paul S. Jenkins, Flickr

Atheist Mega-Churches Spreading Out

Holy Moly, 'new mega-churches' attracting large assemblies of atheists are popping up across the country and Australia.

British duo Sanderson Jones and Pippa Evans are trying to drum up donations and congregations all brought together over their belief in non-belief

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East Tennessee State University Photo Services, Flickr

Let Restaurants Donate Food To Pantries

As a diner owner of 33 years, I've scoffed at the fact that restaurants can't donate perfectly good food to pantries because of the liability involved. It just never made any common sense why a dumpster was fed instead of hungry people!

That all may change if MA legislators pass House Bill 3156, which would allow restaurants to donate unused goods and food to pantries, with limited liability

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Former Supertramp Hodgson Always a Superstar

In 1987, internationally famous singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, Roger Hodgson fell down and shattered the bones in both his wrists. Doctors told him he would never play again. But Roger Hodgson's unwavering faith, optimism and healing physical therapy shattered the physician's prognosis, instead

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Soccer Passes Football In Injuries

If you asked most parents of school aged children what sport was most injurious, many would say football. But, in a new study of kids' sports injuries treated by ER doctors at Boston Children's Hospital, it turns out that soccer leads the scoring with ACL and MCL tears and breaks, according to study researcher, Hilary Levey Friedman.

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