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Here we talk about weather and how it impacts us in New England and the Northeast. We talk about what the models are saying, plus my forecasts for the days and weeks ahead to keep you informed about the weather. I try to do as many shows per week as possible. This is a 1/2 hour long show. You can call in at (646) 478-3752.
We talk all about baseball in our half hour show. So join us as we venture into the baseball world. Minors Majors Pro SemiPro Amatuer all around the New England area. We talk about it all so be ready, call in, voice your opinion and enjoy...
A practice run of a new show in the works
Join program co-chair Marian Pierre-Louis live from the New England Regional Genealogical Conference in Providence, RI as she talks about the highlights of the conference. Who spoke? What were the most popular topics to be presented? How does the conference get put together? What's in store for us in two years?
Photos: John McNiff as William Blackstone, first English settler of Rhode Island
Speaker Judy Russell
Tech Day at NERGC
This will be my first live show, with my co-host John Groder missing out
We will be doing our first live show tonight and we will be featuring the New England Patriots 4:15p, game tomorrow versus the Green Bay Packers!
We will also be talking some Atlantic Division news where DeMar DeRozan tears his groin, and how that will affect the Celtics chances of getting back into the playoff picture and how this could make what was looking to be a slam dunk for the Raptors to win the division could now be a much tougher climb.
We will also be taking live calls throught the show.
NFL free agency is in full swing, and the New England Patriots have already seen a number of big names come and go. Analysts Jesse Mayfield-Sheehan and Liam Bevans discuss all this and more on The Boston Sports Beat.
The New England Patriots decided to use their franchise tag on kicker Stephen Gostkowski instead of safety Devin McCourty, and decided to not to pick up the option on defensive tackle Vince Wilfork. Analysts Jesse Mayfield-Sheehan and Zander Manning discuss all that and more in this week's episode.
in Rock Music
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes, the New England Rock band, Red Sky Mary to the show.
Red Sky Mary is a Rock ‘N’ Roll machine. Over the last five years the band has been relentless in its quest to establish itself as a New England musical powerhouse. Red Sky Mary’s fire-driven brand of Rock ‘N’ Roll combines early 1970’s high voltage swagger with grunge influenced sludgy brutality.
In the last year the band has performed all throughout New England, Boston, New York City, Seattle, and Los Angeles. Recently RSM opened for Buckcherry at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom in Hampton Beach.
A heavy gigging schedule coupled with radio performances, feature articles in Spotlight Magazine, and Seacoast Spotlight awards including; Best new Act, Best Rock Act and two People’s Choice awards, have propelled RSM toward being one of the area’s most exciting new groups!
Head First Entertainment: www.headfirstentertainment.com
Patriots made it back to their record tying 8th Super Bowl. Pete and John will talk about the game, controversy and what the next two weeks will bring for the Patriots. Since we talked last the Celtics have completely gutted their team and are not done yet! Who will be the next guys that will move and what are the Celtics going to do with all of the picks. Red Sox seem content on their roster but are we? We will be discussing spring training and how we think the Red Sox do if they just stay pat.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will preview Super Bowl XLIX. When the game starts, New England will tie the record for most appearances, with eight. They will be lookign to win their fourth Lombardi Trophy. With a win, they would even their Super Bowl record, at 4-4.
The Seattle Seahawks are the defending Super Bowl Champions. Russell Wilson will try and lead the team to back to back Super Bowls. They would become the eigth franchise, to accomplish this feat. Ironically, the last franchise, was the New England Patriots. In the midst, of "Deflate gate" and "I am only here so I don't get fined", this could turn out to be a great Super Bowl. Listen in or call the show with your thoughts.
Good morning people! On today's episode of Phin Outta Water, we will be discussing some of the biggest games of the weekend, which includes New England's curbstomping of the Lions, The Dolphin's heartbreaking loss in a shootout in Denver, The Cowboys comeback effort against the Giants, the Baltimore Ravens handing the Saints another home loss, and much, much more! Also, make sure to stay tuned for our Best of the Best and You're The Worst segments. I promise, you won't be disappointed!
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