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.
In its live maiden run What's There Now featured Brian Lang New Project Director for the Wilbury Theatre, Andrea from Troop PVD of the interview below and tune in to 990WBOB and the newly launched RhodyLive.com July 8th to find out What's There Now!
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