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2015-04-24 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio + Blog
Second Hand News

newspapers-and-glasses-1341392353G4gFirst up, a quick update on sports. Then, Bill has a PSA about newspapers, journalism, and blogging. And also MassLive commenters.

 

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Friday 24 April 2015 Audio + Blog
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2015-04-17 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio + Blog
Hats off…

f243b57cfd5ba491d0d23e4238d863ea_400x400The next presidential election isn’t happening for a year and half, but the hats are already starting to pile up in the proverbial ring. Hillary finally made her official – and much anticipated – announcement, and the Republican contenders are lining up to try and take her down. Our friend (and neighbor) Bill Scher takes time from his busy schedule writing for the Campaign for America’s Future and Politico, and appearing on MSNBC, to handicap the candidates with us.

Also, Bill muses about a rather monumental birthday coming up. Please, no party hats. 

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Friday 17 April 2015 Audio + Blog
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2015-04-10 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio + Blog
Ball of Confusion

11096881_10155370124785510_175384192_nBill nearly relives Arlo Guthrie’s “Alice’s Restaurant” adventures. Also, find out what political issue generated the most phone calls and emails to Bill. Remember kids: One person’s public art installation is another person’s vandalism!

 

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Friday 10 April 2015 Audio + Blog
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2015-04-03 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio + Blog
Signs of Spring

The  bear in his den.

The bear in his den.

Snow is melting, sun is shining, crocuses are blooming…but there’s something else to look for, as Bill explains. Also, what’s going to happen to downtown Northampton now that the BID never existed? And finally, poetry. Wait, why are you running away? Don’t worry: we didn’t write it.

 

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Friday 3 April 2015 Audio + Blog
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The funeral procession for President Calvin Coolidge who died at his home in Northampton January 5, 1933. Photo from the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Library & Museum at Forbes Library.

The funeral procession for President Calvin Coolidge who died at his home in Northampton January 5, 1933. Photo from the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Library & Museum at Forbes Library.

Northampton, the anti-Indiana. Bill takes us on a magical memory tour of the downtown of yesteryear, and gains some new knowledge.

 

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Friday 27 March 2015 Audio + Blog
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