Tagged: Daily Hampshire Gazette

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

2015-01-09 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio + Blog
Breaking free from the binary

lmw[Content warning: discussions of sexual violence, sexual assault]

Our good friend, anti-violence educator, writer, and compassionate badass smartypants Lynne Marie Wanamaker stops by the shack to chat about gender issues, a recent op-ed piece in the Daily Hampshire Gazette about the Cosby allegations, and the one thing we can all do to move our culture forward.


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Friday 9 January 2015 Audio + Blog
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2011-03-03 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio
Culture Crew

Our culture maven Michael Kusek stops by to hip us to some cool events – and to chat about The Roost, potholes and Xanadu.

Also, we talk about the latest political email-based kerfuffle, since Bill is a seasoned veteran of such kerfuffles.


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Thursday 3 March 2011 Audio
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2011-03-02 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio
Saved by the Bob

After our scheduled guest had to postpone at the last minute, the ever-entertaining Bob Flaherty rescues us with his usual blend of humor and human interest stories. His latest column for the Daily Hampshire Gazette covers former Amherst resident Kimi Takesue’s documentary about Uganda, “Where Are You Taking Me?”

Once again, Bill makes his case against casinos, and pleads his case for an even better idea.

As always, Bill Scher gives us the scoop on the political lay of the land in his Progressive Breakfast.


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Wednesday 2 March 2011 Audio
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2011-01-03 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio
Freedom of speech vs freedom of religion

Wendell artist Adrian Montagano was just expressing his views with his painting “Golgotha.” He wasn’t trying to start a controversy. And then he got a note from the wife of a local clergyman, his phone started ringing, and a boycott was threatened for the co-op where the piece was hanging. We talk to Adrian about what happened.


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Monday 3 January 2011 Audio
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