On June 10th 990WBOB and Sprout CoWorking launched a new live radio podcast focusing on issues that are important to people and businesses in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. The new show What's There Now broadcasting live from Sprout CoWorking in the Rising Sun Mills in historic Olneyville and will highlight people, businesses, community news, arts and entertainment with a look towards the history of the area and its future.
The show is hosted by renowned New England thespian Terry Shea along with executive producer, business consultant, author and artist Dave Lubelczyk. "The show is a look into the makeup of Rhode Island neighborhoods, rich with history and now full of exciting new happenings" says Lubelczyk.
What's There Now is also hosted by Gaelen Abt Known as The Style Sherpa, Gaelen is a Wardrobe ReDesigner and Intuitive Energy Reader focusing her powers on style and all things creative and quirky! “I’m excited to shine a light on the lesser-known things that make RI so frickin cool!” says Abt. Rounding out the cast is John Kevorkian a partner in Sprout CoWorking. He formerly worked nationally as a technology company executive and business advisor and is probably best known for cofounding Chicago’s Redhead Piano Bar. Kevorkian lends his legendary humor and wit to the panel.
990WBOB is pleased to announce the partnership with yet another national network. Beginning in June The Sports Gambling Podcast will be heard on the airwaves of 990WBOB.
Home of independent free media 990WBOB has housed some interesting shows and hosts over its fourteen-year reign as Rhode Island's chief network for underground media. In 2021 the crazy minds behind RI's favorite station have already partnered with the Kansas station KJAG to air their Sunday Funday programming. Now in June just under six months later the WBOB team is announcing their collaboration with the Sports Gambling network in California.
The Sports Gambling Podcast Network™ brings you sports gambling analysis, advice, opinions and picks for the people by the people. The flagship podcast The Sports Gambling Podcast™ is hosted by Sean Green, a Philly area native and Ryan Kramer a New Jersey native who bring over 40 years of Sports Gambling experience to the airwaves each and every week.
The guys cover the full spectrum of the sports gambling universe including the biggest sports and gambling news stories, fantasy sports previews, handicapping strategy, big game previews, line movement analysis and free picks for the NFL, college football, NBA, NCAAB, MLB, UFC, boxing, soccer and more. The Sports Gambling Podcast doesn’t sell picks, they make picks.
"We couldn't be happier to have a show like this" says Adam Palazio WBOB executive and man behind the plan to bring TSGP to 990WBOB. "For years we've hosted some terrific sports programing, but to team up with an entire network is very exciting!"
The Sports Gambling Podcasts can be heard Mon and Tuesday evenings at 10pm on 990WBOB and anytime on The Sports Gambling Podcast Network.
Sprout CoWorking and 990WBOB will team up to benefit our four-legged friends Friday, April 23 with “Movie Night” featuring the sports film The Sandlot at Sprout CoWorking, located at 166 Valley St., Providence.
All proceeds raised will be donated directly to We’re Here For The Dogs, a nonprofit organization helping dogs and cats locally. “Movie Night” is sponsored by Lil’ Rhody Storage, Fairview Gardens, and Bonetown Burgers & BBQ, who will be on site selling delicious items from its menu. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online at 990WBOB.com or by emailing Adam@SproutCoWorking.com
Ocean State Charity Events has curated an excellent collection of sports memorabilia items to auction both online and at the event. The auction will open online April 8th and also will include a doggie picture shoot from Meaghan Susi Photography. You can view the list by visiting 990WBOB.com.
In addition to our silent auction there will be a raffle featuring terrific items from the generous people at Knead Doughnuts, Nino’s Pizza, Tivoli Audio, Wampanoag Country Club and a few other surprises.
Beer and wine will be served, as well as concessions, thanks to our good friends at Longrifle Brewing and Narragansett Brewing company. “Movie Night” at Sprout CoWorking promises to be the most fun you’ve had at a fundraiser in a long time.
For more information or to purchase tickets click here