Been up and down the radio dial a few times. Started in New Bedford in the late 1970's at WNBH/WMYS. My journey took paths through Burlington, Vermont, Plattsburg, New York and Providence, Rhode Island before winding it's way back home again. I have done missionary work in Haiti, air boated through The Everglades and watched the sun go down in the deserts of Arizona and Nevada but my best times are spent with my wonderful wife Suzanne and my terrific sons Zachary and Steven. My passions include kayaking, travel, music and following current events.
The First Openly Gay Member of Congress Was From Massachusetts
Two members of the Massachusetts Congressional Delegation representing New Bedford were trailblazers for the gay community.
When the Commonwealth Raided Fairhaven and Fall River Internet Cafes
Then-Attorney General Martha Coakley charged that patrons of Fairhaven and Fall River internet cafes were paying nearly exclusively for the right to gamble.
93-Year-Old Dartmouth Brady Devotée Will Miss Film ’80 for Brady’
Dartmouth's Lorraine Poirier made brownies for family football-watching gatherings where she cheered for Tom Brady for her passing in December.
Massachusetts State Poem Appears to Endorse ‘Institutional Racism’
The official state poem appears to praise the Massachusetts seal and state flag, which will be replaced because of alleged racial insensitivities.
New Dartmouth Indian Banner to Be Hoisted to the Rafters
Dartmouth School Superintendent Dr. Bonny Gifford said the Indian logo is 'a sign of honor' that 'should be celebrated' as it will soon be hoisted in the gym.
Dartmouth AMC to Show Tom Brady Film ’80 for Brady’
Tom Brady, Gronk, Julian Edelman, and Danny Amendola play themselves in a new comedy/drama about the historic come-from-behind 2017 Super Bowl win.
Fall River’s Lizzie Borden Spent Time at New Bedford’s Ash Street Jail
With talk of closing New Bedford's historic Ash Street Jail, it seemed appropriate to remember when it hosted accused Fall River murderess Lizzie Borden.
Massachusetts Residents Spent Christmas Cash at Casinos, Not Malls
The Massachusetts casinos had a much better December than the retail establishments, as residents gambled rather than shopped.
Massachusetts Single-Family Home Sales Dip Sharply as Prices Rise
Economic uncertainty and rising interest rates have cooled the Massachusetts housing market.
Why SouthCoast Rotisserie Chicken Is So Popular and So Cheap
The SouthCoast runs on rotisserie chicken, so why is it so inexpensive at the local supermarkets?