Show Archive – October 15th, 2012

7 audio clips available

Guests and topics included:

  • Today’s show had a bit of everything… laughs, love, and a little bit of LOCAL POLITICS. Tune in, and don’t forget to check out Oh My Blog!
  • Kevin Smith is leading the effort to adopt an amendment to the NH constitution that would ban an income tax. Hear what he has to say about this important ballot initiative, and learn more here.
  • Robin LeBlanc of Miss Robin’s Dance Etc came in discuss her great not-for-profit dance studio. This segment is sponsored by St. Mary’s Bank. To contact Robin, email [email protected] or call 680-1186.
  • Check Hour 3 for Rich’s expose on a proposed zoning change for Front Street that could have citywide implications!

Show Archive – October 15th, 2012

7 audio clips available

Guests and topics included:

  • Today’s show had a bit of everything… laughs, love, and a little bit of LOCAL POLITICS. Tune in, and don’t forget to check out Oh My Blog!
  • Kevin Smith is leading the effort to adopt an amendment to the NH constitution that would ban an income tax. Hear what he has to say about this important ballot initiative, and learn more here.
  • Robin LeBlanc of Miss Robin’s Dance Etc came in discuss her great not-for-profit dance studio. This segment is sponsored by St. Mary’s Bank. To contact Robin, email [email protected] or call 680-1186.
  • Check Hour 3 for Rich’s expose on a proposed zoning change for Front Street that could have citywide implications!

Hour Number One

Hour 1 kicks off with today’s news, and then Rich says happy 35th anniversary to the Atari! Afterwards, Rich goes off on NHPR editing audio clips in order to mislead audiences in favor of the democratic perspective.

Hour Number Two

In the second hour, Heather Carroll of the Alzheimer’s Association of NH and Mass came in as part of our Bellwether Community in Focus series. Afterwards, Kevin Smith came into discuss his leading effort to adopt an amendment to the NH constitution that would ban an income tax.

Hour Number Three

In the third hour, Congressman Frank Guinta called in to comment on Heather Carroll’s work for the Alzheimer’s Association and the recent press release accusing Guinta of seeking out stimulus money. Afterwards, Robin LeBlanc of Miss Robin’s Dance Etc came in discuss her great not-for-profit dance studio. This segment is sponsored by St. Mary’s Bank. To contact Robin, email [email protected] or call 680-1186. After this, Rich discusses current problems with housing in Manchester and how a proposal to change zoning on Front Street just might make it worse.

Heather Carroll, Alzheimer’s Association of NH & Mass

Heather Carroll of the Alzheimer’s Association of NH and Mass came in to discuss this growing illness and the work her organization is doing to combat it. This is part of our Bellwether Community in Focus series.

Kevin Smith, Yes On 1 No Income Tax

Kevin ran for the GOP nomination for governor. Now, he’s leading the effort to adopt an amendment to the NH constitution that would ban an income tax. Hear what he has to say about this important ballot initiative, and learn more here.

Congressman Frank Guinta

Congressman Frank Guinta called in to update us on his campaign, comment on Heather Carroll’s work for the Alzheimer’s Association, and the recent press release accusing Guinta of seeking out stimulus money.

Robin LeBlanc, Mover and Shaker in Local Business

Robin LeBlanc of Miss Robin’s Dance Etc came in discuss her great not-for-profit dance studio. This segment is sponsored by St. Mary’s Bank. To contact Robin, email [email protected] or call 680-1186.

Rich on Zoning in Manchester

Listen in for Rich’s expose on a proposed zoning change for Front Street that could have citywide implications!