Bartholomewtown #5 8/28/18 - In this week’s episode of Bartholomewtown Radio, Bill B digs into some of the campaign mailers hitting Rhode Islanders ahead of the Sep 12th primary, breaks down this past weekends Providence Folk Festival, welcomes guest, Rhode Island Libertarian Party head Pat Ford waxes poetic on John McCain with Bartholomewtown corespondent Christopher Knott, a love letter from US Senate candidate Pat Fontes, music from Tycho, Silverteeth, Wilco, Tommy Guererro and so much more!
Shock Treatment #4 8/28/18 - Mad Mel and Matty are back in studio as they are joined by David McDonough, director/writer of the upcoming horror movie Groundhog. What went into the the making of this movie? What was David's inspiration when writing the script and story for Groundhog? When can horror fans see the movie? The gang discusses that and more.
Derelict Dummies #263 8/27/18 - Hi! Derelict Bob here, I’m real interested in hearing this podcast because I was off for the night and Kris did the show with his lovely wife Tara. They discussed the passing of John McCain, fake news and the economic crisis Mrs. Hansen feels is eminent. Great discussion that’s better than a married couple’s arguments.
Wild Side #366 8/28/18 - There was a deadly shooting down in Jacksonville, Florida at a Madden tournament this past weekend where 3 people, including the shooter, were killed and 11 more were injured. Tyler is joined by Well Played’s own Mike Sandoval to discuss this tragedy.Could have this been avoided if there was better security at this event? What were the factors that lead to this shooting? Is the owner of the mall liable for what happened?
Also with the RI Primaries less than a week away and official elections a little over 3 months away, Tyler is joined by Alan Gordon, Compassion Party, and candidate for RI Attorney General. Why should you, Joe Rhode Islander, vote for him in this upcoming elections in November? What is his platform for RI Attorney General? Listen in to what Alan has to say.
And it wouldn't be a Wild Side episode if there was no mention of the POTUS. What has Donald Trump been up to lately? Tyler has the scoop for you.
RI Red Radio Pilot 8/27/18 - Allan Giberti welcomed Daniel Guilmette and Sal Caiozzo in the pilot of Red Radio to discuss their respective campaigns for US Congress. Why do they each think that they are the best suited to represent the people of Rhode Island? What will their priorities be for the nation? And who is Allan Giberti?
Psycho Sports #278 8/28/18 - Things are starting to look a little uncomfortable up in B-Town. Nick Friar of the New Bedford Standard Times joins the conversation to delve more into detail on the current state of the Red Sox.
Continuing their preview of the AFC East, Tyler & Ryan are joined by Kevin Nogle of SB Nation Miami Dolphins to talk all things ‘Fins. Can the Dolphins replace the players they lost this past offseason and the 2017 season (i.e. RB Jay Ajayi, WR Jarvis Landry, DT Namdakong Sug)? Can QB Ryan Tannehill rebound after missing all of 2017 due to injury? How is the Dolphins WR corp going to look? Who is going to be the X factor on defense? Kevin answers there questions and more.
NEWBD Tap Takeover #07 8/21/18 - This week the NEWBD boys hit the ground running with some local releases and a distribution update featuring an expanding Massachusetts brewery. Ben breaks down his trip to Trillium Field Trip, including a list of some of his favorite beers and breweries. Mo breaks down some real drama with Toppling Goliath that you won’t want to miss, although it doesn’t stop him from cracking open a Pompeii during the discussion. The guys also get into the nostalgia bag, bringing back a VocaBrewary word and some really, really, really, really Weird Beer Stuff - maybe even downright gross to some. As always, they close with Shelfer of the Week. Make sure you tune in to the Clash of the Internet Titans - Beer Belly Edition on September 4th at 9:00pm, featuring the boys from NEWBD and The Franchise, as they debate all things beer related.
Bartholomewtown Radio #4 8/21/18 - In this episode BB digs into the PawSox fiasco, stepping back to the point in time that former team owner Ben Mondor passed away, planting the seeds for outside investors to take control of the once local institution. The nature of business or runaway capitalism? Bill also welcomes former Democratic State Rep candidate Nick Denice, who says his former opponent, Patricia Morgan, refused to debate him in two general elections in 2012 and 2014, significant facts as Morgan continues to call out Allan Fung for his unwillingness to debate her in the GOP gubernatorial primary this year. We also dig into as220's Foo Fest, catch up with former Bird Courage co-frontman Samuel R. Saffery as he prepares to perform at the End of The Road Festival in the UK, local music from Charlie Marie, silverteeth, Lance Gordon and more!
The Rotunda #163 8/20/18 - WBOB’s own Mad Mel crashes The Rotunda tonight, as she and Scott talk about their shared love of horror movies. Did your favorite movies make the list? What’s Mad Mel recommending for ‘must see cinema’ this fall? Tune in and find out!
Scott also hits hard on the loss of the PawSox, an example of social justice and correctness gone too far, and he even takes another swipe at a #metoo pioneer……..but wait until you hear the latest group that’s running ads for governor Raimondo, you’ll think you stepped into George Orwell’s 1984 once you hear Scott’s impassioned plea on this one!!
Wild Side #365 8/21/2018 – Tyler is joined by former United States Attorney for the District of Rhode Island, Peter Neronha, as Peter gives his case as to why he is running for the office of Rhode Island Attorney General and what he will do if he is elected. Also RI gubernatorial candidate, Giovanni Feroce rejoins the Wild Side to discuss what 'blockchain' means for Rhode Island.
Not to mention that Mr. Salk has called foul on RI Rep. & gubernatorial Patricia Morgan. Why is he doing this? Click to find out.
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