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Wake up with Pete Braley and Kasey Silvia each weekday on the Morning Show! Not only will they keep you abreast of the latest local and national news stories that you need to know about, but they will introduce you to fascinating people, cheer on your favorite sports teams and entertain you with weird and wacky stories from around the globe. This is your morning news the way you want it: fun, engaging and delivered by two of the Southcoast’s favorite personalities. Don’t miss one moment of the Morning Show with Pete and Kasey on WBSM, Monday through Friday between 6 and 10 a.m.

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Governor Patrick Says Most People Support His Plan

Governor Deval Patrick says comments to his office are running as high as three-to-one in favor of his offer to shelter unaccompanied children crossing the nation's southern border.

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Beauty Throughout History

I came across a blog post* about how the ideal woman has changed over time. It described the standards of beauty in different eras, and it was actually very interesting.

For instance, did you know that paleness was so deeply coveted in the 1400s that women went to great lengths to whiten their skin? Methods such as mercury and lemon juice were used back then

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Whale Watching Boat Returns Safely

Passengers on a whale watch boat are back on dry land after spending a long night stuck at sea outside Boston.

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Most Americans Trying To Avoid Soda

Most Americans say they're actively trying to avoid drinking soda. According to a new Gallup Well-Being poll, 63% of respondents say they try to keep sugary drinks out of their regular diets. The numbers are up from a decade ago

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Running Five Minutes Could Lower Heart Attack Risk

Running for as little as five to ten minutes a day could lower a person's risk of heart attack or stroke. A new study found that running less than six miles a week at paces slower than ten minutes per mile still substantially reduced deaths from heart disease or stroke

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Just Married, Just Met!

My sister and I were flipping through channels last night and landed on Lifetime, of course. We were captivated by this TV show called "Married at First Sight."  This social experiment features 3 newlyweds who were scientifically matched by 4 experts: a sexologist, a clinical psychologist, a spiritual counselor, and a sociologist

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Market Basket Feud Hurting Farmers

The family feud that has led to empty shelves at the Market Basket stores is having an impact on local farmers who normally supply produce to the regional supermarket.

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Ivory Coast v Portugal: Group G - 2010 FIFA World Cup
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Feast or Fast?

Everyone is excited about the Madeira Feast coming to New Bedford this weekend. I have never been to the feast, but I hear wonderful things about it. Out of all the aspects of the feast, it seems like everyone is most looking forward to the food!

The only problem is that I am a poor excuse for a Portuguese person because I am a picky eater

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New York Times Calls For Repeal Of Federal Pot Ban

 

The New York Times came out in support of the nationwide legalization of marijuana in an editorial Saturday titled, "Repeal Prohibition, Again," that compares the illegal status of pot to alcohol prohibition in the 1920's

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Pfizer Expected To Report Lower Q2 Revenue

U.S. drug giant Pfizer is expected to report significant lower second-quarter revenue tomorrow. Pfizer's laboratories haven't turned out any big-selling new medicines in a decade and it came up empty in a month-long pursuit of British drugmaker AstraZeneca this past spring

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