Show Archive – March 20th, 2012

9 audio clips available

Guests and topics included:

  • We kick off the show with today’s news/Bar Weather Bureau and then Rich and DJ Dave have small talk and briefly discuss the Common Core Curriculum.

     

  • Rich profiles each of the candidates for Superintendent of Manchester Schools.

     

  • Ann Marie Banfield called in to give us her take on the candidates for the new Superintendent. What questions would she ask them? She covers everyday math, data mining, constructivism and more.

     

  • Rich discusses the Elliot Hospital, billing issues, emergency services and how this all relates to the city budget and hiring/firing of city employees.

     

  • We had our Real Estate Tip of the Week with Larraine Lencki of First Eastern Mortgage and Karin Provencher of Remax Omega Group! Paul in Manchester called in with a great question regarding the purchase of a new home and our experts give lots of great tips!
  • Rich judges people by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin. Listen in to hear how he relates this statement to Manchester schools and environmentalism.

     

  • Rich rants on constructivism as a Superintendent candidate‘s learning philosophy.

     

  • Mayor Ted Gatsas came in to talk about the Superintendent candidates  and the process by which a candidate will be chosen.

     

  • Mayor Ted Gatsas sticks around to discuss the Manchester Fire Department’s attempt to take over the city ambulance service.

Show Archive – March 20th, 2012

9 audio clips available

Guests and topics included:

  • We kick off the show with today’s news/Bar Weather Bureau and then Rich and DJ Dave have small talk and briefly discuss the Common Core Curriculum.

     

  • Rich profiles each of the candidates for Superintendent of Manchester Schools.

     

  • Ann Marie Banfield called in to give us her take on the candidates for the new Superintendent. What questions would she ask them? She covers everyday math, data mining, constructivism and more.

     

  • Rich discusses the Elliot Hospital, billing issues, emergency services and how this all relates to the city budget and hiring/firing of city employees.

     

  • We had our Real Estate Tip of the Week with Larraine Lencki of First Eastern Mortgage and Karin Provencher of Remax Omega Group! Paul in Manchester called in with a great question regarding the purchase of a new home and our experts give lots of great tips!
  • Rich judges people by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin. Listen in to hear how he relates this statement to Manchester schools and environmentalism.

     

  • Rich rants on constructivism as a Superintendent candidate‘s learning philosophy.

     

  • Mayor Ted Gatsas came in to talk about the Superintendent candidates  and the process by which a candidate will be chosen.

     

  • Mayor Ted Gatsas sticks around to discuss the Manchester Fire Department’s attempt to take over the city ambulance service.

    Hour Number One

    We kick off the show with today’s news/Bar Weather Bureau and then Rich and DJ Dave have small talk and briefly discuss the Common Core Curriculum.

    Rich profiles each of the candidates for Superintendent of Manchester Schools.

    Ann Marie Banfield called in to give us her take on the candidates for the new Superintendent. What questions would she ask them? She covers everyday math, data mining, constructivism and more.

    Hour Number Two

    Rich discusses the Elliot Hospital, billing issues, emergency services and how this all relates to the city budget and hiring/firing of city employees.

    We had our Real Estate Tip of the Week with Larraine Lencki of First Eastern Mortgage and Karin Provencher of Remax Omega Group! Paul in Manchester called in with a great question regarding the purchase of a new home and our experts give lots of great tips!

    Rich judges people by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin. Listen in to hear how he relates this statement to Manchester schools and environmentalism.

    Hour Number Three

    Rich rants on constructivism as a Superintendent candidate‘s learning philosophy.

    Mayor Ted Gatsas came in to talk about the Superintendent candidates and the process by which a candidate will be chosen.

    Mayor Ted Gatsas sticks around to discuss the Manchester Fire Department’s attempt to take over the city ambulance service.