College Football Impact #7 11/6/18 - While the rest of the nation is busy picking apart Decision 2018, sully & Pal are breaking down the X's and O's of this week's marquee college football match-ups. Tune in and get informed. College Football Impact is your go to show for all of this weekend's action.
Well Played #25 10/30/18 - Pete & Mike return from Twitchcon 2018 with the inside scoop on the convention and gaming news.
The Wild Side #373 10/30/2018 - Tyler Salk welcomed Joe Trillo to discuss his campaign to become Rhode Island’s next governor. Why should you consider voting for Trillo?
Scott Rotondo also stops by to discuss WBOB’s election night special.
RI Red Radio #9 10/29/18 - Allan takes a look at the real American Horror Story, elected officials actively campaigning to remove your God given rights, working against you not for you. Joing the show is Daryl Gould, who is running against Rep Jason Knight for House Seat representing District 67 and he'll explain why he is the best choice. Also JT Lewis, who lost his brother at Sandy Hook. We'll discuss gun control, making our schools safer and Allan gives his opinion on the RI Democrat Party LGBTQ Caucus' statement on Allan Fung.
College Football Impact #6 10/30/18 - This week Aca'Cedric Ware, USC star running back joins the show. Pat Sullivan & Pal debate the relevance of the ACC and break down this week's huge SEC battles.
Psycho Sports #287 10/30/18 - Tyler Salk welcomes Patriots Football Weekly writer and WBOB alum Michael Parente in studio to break down the Patriots upcoming matchup against the Green Bay Packers.
Providence Journal Red Sox writer Bill Koch joins Tyler and Michael to discuss Boston’s offseason plans following their World Series win.
The Rotunda #172 10/29/18 - Local artist/actor Chad Michael visits The Rotunda to talk about the synagogue shooting and the bomb threats that provide even more visual proof that our nation is tearing itself apart right now. How did we get here? Can we ever talk things out with people who think different than us politically again? Also, what does Char have in store for 2020?
Jackie Zukerman-Delory, social media and marketing entrepreneur form Boston, is featured in the third segment, sharing the challenges and the rewards of being your own boss, and building a company from the ground up! This is required listening for anyone seeking to become self-employed, or who has any preconceived notions on management.
In the first segment, apparently the Red Sox won a championship, or something – but managed to snub one of the cornerstones of their historic 2004 team in the process! How could this happen, and why? Scott and Allan discuss that in the first segment, as well as what NOT to do on social media when running for statewide office.
Shock Treatment #7 10/23/2018 - Mel is back but flying solo in studio. However she is joined on the phone lines by actor and stuntman Alexander Hauck from Boombastic Films. What inspired Alex to go into acting? What's it like being an actor in the world of independent horror films? Who has Alexander worked with? What are some upcoming movie projects he is a part of? Mel asks these questions plus more.
The Rotunda #171 10/22/18 - This show is graced by two gubernatorial candidates – Michael Reagan calls in from Alabama in the second segment to talk about his write in campaign, and why he feels both the Republican and Democratic parties are failing the citizens of his state. The third segment features Luis Daniel Munoz of Rhode Island, who talks about his path to candidacy and why he feels that he has been thus far excluded from the debates.
In a fast paced first segment, Scott and Allan talk about Hillary Clinton’s recent declaration that her husband’s affair with Monica Lewinsky wasn’t really sexual assault since they were both adults. Listen in and make your own decision, is Hillary right, or is there and incredible double standard here?
Bartholomewtown Radio #12 10/23/18 - Bill breaks down the week in RI politics, including the RGA pulling pro-Fung ads and other shifts in the gubernatorial race. Former Providence Mayoral candidate Kobi Dennis joins Bill to discuss the situation surrounding convicted child rapist Richard Gardner moving into the Washington Park neighborhood of Providence. Plus, 990WBOB's Tyler Salk and Bill chat election strategies, music from Nova One, silverteeth, Sky Ferreria and more!
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