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Public Radio To Run WUMD Show
For all the fans of WUMD FM, UMass Dartmouth will transfer its broadcast license to Rhode Island Public Radio, subject to Federal Communications Commission approval. According to their release, the University will receive $1.5 million to endow student need-based financial aid and community engagemen…
Bertucci’s Stabbing
Stay silent, run for cover, protect family, do a heroic deed. If you were there at Bertucci's Restaurant, what would you have done when a seemingly crazed man stabbed one of the workers?
On Your Mind, Monday-Brian’s Beat [Audio]
How do middle class taxpayers and retirees feel when they see food stamp recipients buying more food off the public dole than they, themselves, can afford for their family? Check out On Your Mind, Monday, a by-product of Brian's Beat.
More Demonstrations Against The Tests-Brian’s Beat [Poll]
Brian's Beat interviews New Bedford parent Jennifer Duarte who recently orchestrated two successful, peaceful demonstrations against Massachusetts high-stakes tests. Duarte tells us how an elementary school principal blamed her group for deliberately telling students erroneous information...
Big Bang For WBSM Intern
Friday night, the Curry College Student Center Gym was glowing in rich colors, sounds, talents and fashions during their 9th Annual BIG BANG FASHION & TALENT SHOW. Named "The Glo Up - What You Are and What You Can Become," this terrific charity presentation featured, WBSM intern, Sal &…
Lion Sleeps At Zeiterion
Most every kid (and adult) in the country has heard "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" added to the hit movie Lion King. For those of us a little older, the multi-talented Jay Siegel is best known for his soaring falsetto on the classic "The Lions Sleep Tonight" with Neil …
A Virtuosic Celtic Sojourn
On Tuesday, March 8 at 8 am, preeminent radio host of WGBH's A St. Patrick's Day Celtic Sojourn, Brian O'Donovan, joins me to talk about the 11th Anniversary season of the most inspiring Irish music and dance celebration coming to the Zeiterion Theatre, Friday, March 17 at 8 pm...

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