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Today as I relaunch the podcast, I am going to take a look at the music and testimony of Rich Mullins, along with what is going on in at EdBoston.com. It is exciting for me to be back doing shows here on Blog Talk Radio.
We give oneWe'll last look at next week's general election, a bit national and a lot of Massachusetts. Polls and paper endorsements favor failed gubdernatorial candidate GOP Charlie Baker oer failed US Senate candidate Dem Martha Coakley. Neither is all that exciting to the eye or ear, but media types love the angle of each has blown a run at a big office before.
We'll kick around the insdious fantasy that serems to propel Republicans into the top ofice here. That is because a vast majortiy of elected officials are Dems, somehow putting a Republican in that office does, well, somethnkg substantive. That's crazy talk, but they love it here. Baker is seriously flawed. Yet many,including the editorial board of the largest paper, trip over themsleves in efforts to make excuses for him.
We may touch on why locals are loath to (asi n never) elect a woman governor and so far have only sent one woman to the US Senate.
We may surmise what a Baker or Coakley administration might do and not do.
Join Nick and Rob as they bring you another action packed hour, as they look at the mighty Boston Bruins, and how quickly they've fallen so far this year. Cap issues, injury issues, and more Rob and Nick discuss are the Bruins the beasts of the East?
Also, a little talk about what happen so far this week in the NHL, its been a busy one. This and more on in the Slot Radio
How did the Patriots fare against the Bears? Chicago is a team is disarray, is this an opportunity for Pats or do injuries take their toll? We'll give our thoughts on the outcome and what comes next as we head towards the mid-point of the season. We'll also touch on the Bruins and where they stand in the early NHL season. Do the Royals win their first World Series since 1985? We'll talk some baseball World Series, Red Sox off-season, and Gold Glove nominations. There might be some games, and always lots of random thoughts or discussion so stay tuned!
The Bruins head to the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, NY to take on the Buffalo Sabres in their second and final trip there this season.
Following the game, CLNS Radio will go live with its Bruins Postgame Show. Kevin Maggiore and Jared Scali will break this one down as the Bruins try rebound from their third period collapse on Tuesday against Minnesota.
As always, the Bruins Post Game Show is built for and controlled by our callers. The studio is equipped with 150 call lines, so you will never get a busy signal.
Call into the studio: 347-215-7771 (press 1 to speak to the host)
If you're too shy to call in, we encourage you to submit your comments and get involved in our social media community @CLNSRadio. Get #OnBoard today!
The Celtic's opened up the 2014/15 season last night at TD Garden by hosting KG and the Brooklyn Nets. The Celtic's Talk Crew will discuss alongside their special guest in this show Warren Shaw of CLNS Radio how the Celtic's looked in their first game of the regular season. Did they manage to come out with a win in their season/home opener. Or did the Nets start the Celtic's off with a loss. Did Rajon Rondo return as head coach Brad Stevens said their was a chance would happen last week. The Celtics Talk Crew will also discuss what adjustments the Celtic's will need to make before they take on the Houston Rocket's in their first road game of the season this Saturday
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Boston's favorite son and radio personality, the one and only ChaChi Loprete joins Jude tonight to share wonderful memories from his many years as host of Breakfast with The Beatles! Having interviewed both Ringo and Paul and almost everyone in The Beatles' world, Cha Chi will share some of the highlights of his best, most interesting, and craziest radio shows!
The Boston Celtics are opening the 2014-15 season against Kevin Garnett and the Brooklyn Nets at home in the newly renovated TD Garden. That means the return of the CLNS Radio Celtics Postgame Show LIVE immediately following the game. Your broadcast crew is Sean Bakke and Brian Langford, hosts of The Evening Score Sports Podcast.
The Baseline's Warren Shaw will also be hangin' in our new virtual Sports Pub interacting with YOU the fan to get your reaction to tonight's game! Warren will also be manning CLNS Twitter account.
CLNS Radio Locker Room Reporter Jared Weiss will also call in with his thoughts on game one from the TD Garden.
Don't forget to download CLNS Radio's new MOBILE APP for a chance to win Celtics tickets! Get #OnBoard today - www.clnsradio.com/iOSfree OR www.clnsradio.com/Android.
Veteran career strategist LaVerne Freeman and a regular guest on our show is back to help you get that new job. She’ll discuss the highly successful training workshops created by Operation A.B.L.E. (www.operationable.net) that debuted in October and will be repeated in November. Reinventing Yourself, Staying Relevant and Strategic Networking are three of the power-packed sessions designed for older workers in job transition or getting back into the workplace. Modestly priced, these sessions will help Greater Boston area residents to step up their game, become more competitive while advancing their career options in industries across the region.
I am excited to facilitate these upcoming sessions and we’ll show how each one can help YOU land that dream job. Spread the word to your friends and colleagues who need a job makeover and aren’t afraid to become transformed!
And we will pay tribute to former Boston Mayor Tom Menino who just died this morning at 9:10 am. Truly a great leader and Mayor of the city of Boston.
Named "the godfather of gay sensitivity training" by The New York Times, Brian McNaught is considered the world's leading corporate diversity consultant dealing with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues in the workplace. He is also the best-selling author of six watershed books on gay issues, all of which are used as college texts. His books and seven DVDs he has produced are used extensively in classrooms and boardrooms internationally.
Since 1974, McNaught has drawn on his personal experiences and his skills as a sexuality educator to help audiences understand what it's like to grow up gay and to deal with the common, daily challenges faced by gay and transgender people at work, at home, in their churches, and in their neighborhoods around the globe.
During the early 1980's, McNaught served as the Mayor of Boston's Liaison to the Gay and Lesbian Community. As such, he conducted a citywide study of constituent needs, initiated and coordinated the city's response to the AIDS epidemic, and trained police, health and other service providers. Today, Brian serves as an advisor to former Surgeon General David Satcher at Morehouse School of Medicine on his national sexual health initiative.
McNaught earned his B.A in Journalism from Marquette University. He is certified by the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) as a sexuality educator. He and his life partner and spouse, Ray Struble live in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and Provincetown, MA.
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