Cobblestone Press #44 1/10/2018 – Kevin Aherne returned to the mic on Wednesday, joined by Tyler Salk, to host a Special Edition of Cobblestone Press, WBOB's flagship for news and politics.
In addition to with a revealing interview with Rep. Moira Walsh and a big announcement from Mike Maven of Shelter Arcade Bar, this episode is chock full of leading news stories, discussions on immigration reform, and a break down of the most intriguing candidates from the upcoming 2018 Gubernatorial race.
Cobblestone Press 2017 Christmas Spectacular - On the first day of Christmas, my Blue State gave to me… 990WBOB’s Christmas special, hosted by political correspondent, Kevin Aherne. Join Kevin as he highlights to you the 12 biggest national and local news stories of 2017. WBOB “favorites” Tyler Salk and David Clyde join in to break down Kevin’s list, and share their own favorite news items of the year.
Joining the hour long episode, special guests Moira Walsh (RI State Rep - Dist. 3), Russell Moore (RI political pundit) and Dee DeQuatro-Rothermel (formerly of ABC6) weigh in, to share their personal favorite events of the first eleven months of the year. What do these community influencers have to say? There is only one way to find out.
From football players kneeling, to sexual assault armageddon and the multiple identities of Scott Rotondo, 2017 has been chock-full of events worthy of discussion. The stories that needed to be told. The Cobblestone Press is here to report.
Do you have a favorite news story that we missed? Let us know by contacting us on Twitter or Facebook.
The Wild Side #327 10/10/2017 - Has the student become the teacher? Is the teacher still the teacher? Or is a local radio legend joining the professor for a joint lecture? Special guest Tony Jones joins David Clyde in this week's episode of the WildSide.
What is the latest in the Vegas shooting? Does Dave think there's something the media isn't telling us? Does Tony think there were a lot of red flags?
They might be “alternative media” but do they also cover (real) alternative stories? Why aren't we talking about ISIS becoming weaker? Tony and Dave discuss.
State Representative Moira Walsh joins the duo to tell us what we need to know. What is the state doing to work on helping people who are facing addiction? Is medical marijuana increasing the addiction rate? Should we separate mental health issues from legal issues?
How are Vegas residents holding up? Truckin White Boy Johnny K gives us updates on how the Clark County community is doing.
The Professor and his T.A. have a lot to say. It's not everyday that you get (or want) two teachers in the classroom for the price of one. Even though it's a special circumstance the bell has rung. Take your seats. Class is in session.
The Wild Side #301 3/28/17 -Three hundred episodes in, and the Wild Side has never seen greater days. Clyde has glided through the years, and he’s here to celebrate the big moment with co-host Tyler Salk, Pal, Ferro, and the entire 990 crew.
Influencer and State Representative Moira Walsh stops by. In one of the few times Clyde will side with the left, Moira has a new plan that helps people who are not properly compensated for their hard work. Do you fit the plan?
The one word? They’ve got a lot more to say than that. Sitting in are the Nicolettis, who catch up with Clyde and let you know everything that is going on in the conservative world.
Old friend of the show Gonzalo Duran from DevilDogUSA is here to let you know what is going on in the Bronx. Clyde’s buddy certainly has a lot to say in this must listen segment.
Ladies and gentlemen, the bell has rung. Take your seats because the Professor David Clyde is about to speak. Class is in session.
Cobblestone Press Episode #38 10/4/2016 - Have you ever been so fed up with the way politics were conducted in your community that you decided to stop complaining and do something about it?
That's exactly what Moira Jayne Walsh did in 2016.
After co-authoring the article, 101 Things I've Done (and Do) at $2.89 an Hour, in 2015 to highlight the wage inequity that service industry workers are subjected to in Rhode Island, Walsh used that momentum to launch her first ever bid for public office. And now, after defeating incumbent Thomas Palangio, Walsh now holds the keys to the seat in Rhode Island's District 3 in the State House. From single mother and waitress, to a member of our legislative body, Walsh has put her money where here mouth is, and will work to address some of the issues she believes are most important to Rhode Island's prosperity.
Listen the the full interview below!
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