As a kid, I listened to the night sounds of AM radio on my pink and silver Pacific transistor-6 radio (made in Japan) that picked up the great 50,000 watt clear channel stations around the country. I can still hear the smooth-voiced KMOX announcer, John McCormick, "the man who walked and talked at midnight." I was hooked! Since then, I fell in love and married the airwaves and have been on the air now for over 50 years. From my early days as a teenager in Hot Springs, Ark., I began a career that took me from my hometown radio station to The Talk America Radio Network. My American Breakfast radio show was syndicated nationally to many major and small markets, one of my proudest lifetime achievements. Another dream was realized when I was named as one of the nation's Top One Hundred Talk Show Hosts by TALKERS MAGAZINE. I'm so grateful for all the opportunities I've experienced in this great industry, including hosting the morning drive on 1420 WBSM.
SouthCoast Bees Are Worthy of More Buzz
The SouthCoast is struggling to keep its bee population going, just as in other areas, but they mean so much to our local environment and its beauty.
New Bedford Starchasers Help the SouthCoast Reach for the Stars
The New Bedford Starchasers help raise up the vibrations of the SouthCoast community, as they did this past Saturday at the Hunger Heroes Food Drop.
The SouthCoast Is Blinded by the Light This Time of Year
Sun glare season is upon us, and Phil Paleologos has some suggestions for dealing with it while driving on the SouthCoast.
New Bedford Police Officer Named Veteran of the Year
New Bedford Police Officer Dean Lawrence has been selected as the 2021 Veteran of the Year by the Veterans Transition House.
Samaritans Emerge as a Survival Suit for Seafarers
Samaritans Southcoast and Befrienders Worldwide have launched a new program designed to give the mariners and their families emotional wellbeing.
What to Do With All That Extra Halloween Candy
If you have more leftover Halloween candy than you need in your house, here's how you can donate it to the less fortunate.
A True Martyr Is Buried in New Bedford
Captain Daniel Drayton was a coastal trader who came to the decision that slavery was despicable and evil, and he wanted to to turn his thoughts into actions.
New Bedford Was Shaped By Contributions of Freemasons
Ask most people what are the Freemasons all about, and they'll answer something about them being a mysterious, secretive order, a preconceived notion that comes straight out of a Dan Brown novel. Brian Fernandes and Adam Pimentel of the Star in the East Masonic Lodge in New Bedford said said the Masons are the world's oldest fraternal society, accepting in the concept of global brotherly love serv
Wicked Cool Money Is Now Available in New Bedford
The Wicked Cool Places grant program is designed to make or keep a public place in New Bedford wicked cool, according to Margo Saulnier of New Bedford Creative.
Freetown Filmmaker’s New Film ‘Black Friday’ Hits Theaters Next Month
Freetown filmmaker Casey Tebo's new movie 'Black Friday' premieres in theaters and OnDemand next month, and he hopes it'll become a Thanksgiving cult classic.