Show Archive – May 16th, 2013

9 audio clips available

Topics and guests include:

  • Rich read the news and then he and DJ Dave rant on Hillary Clinton, the IRS scandal and Jeanne Shaheen’s ties and then the AP scandal.

     

  • Rich talked Cupcake Police in our schools and Maggie Hassan’s sneaky restaurant tax that will hurt restaurants and hurt food servers.

     

  • Jon DiPietro of Domesticating IT and Career Gravity came in to talk about blogging for business. Why should my business blog? How do I get started? It’s all right in this clip.

     

  • Rich rants on kids having birthday parties in Manchester schools.

     

  • Jim Gaudet, retired police officer for Litchfield and Amherst, came in to talk about drinking and driving. Dave in Hooksett also called in to share his thoughts. This segment is sponsored by Shaheen and Gordon, PA.
  • Courtney Hoppe, writer for NH Magazine, came in for Evening Out and we talked bicycles, Manchester Historic Society and hooping with ribbons (which is actually part of spinning). Get the details Sponsored by Jacque’s Flower Shop.

     

  • Rich discusses taxes that are unknowingly coming at us and then the discussion shifts to education and teacher pay structure.

  • Dr. Julianne Cooper and Professor McCahon of Liberty Harbor Academy came in to talk about coding and ADHD. Find out what’s happening our schools in this clip.
  • Rich, Dr. Cooper, and Dr. McCahon continued their conversation about how classes are run in our current system. Do teachers need to understand what it takes to be a kid?

     

    Show Archive – May 16th, 2013

    9 audio clips available

    Topics and guests included:

    • Rich read the news and then he and DJ Dave rant on Hillary Clinton, the IRS scandal and Jeanne Shaheen’s ties and then the AP scandal.

       

    • Rich talked Cupcake Police in our schools and Maggie Hassan’s sneaky restaurant tax that will hurt restaurants and hurt food servers.

       

    • Jon DiPietro of Domesticating IT and Career Gravity came in to talk about blogging for business. Why should my business blog? How do I get started? It’s all right in this clip.

       

    • Rich rants on kids having birthday parties in Manchester schools.

       

    • Jim Gaudet, retired police officer for Litchfield and Amherst, came in to talk about drinking and driving. Dave in Hooksett also called in to share his thoughts. This segment is sponsored by Shaheen and Gordon, PA.
    • Courtney Hoppe, writer for NH Magazine, came in for Evening Out and we talked bicycles, Manchester Historic Society and hooping with ribbons (which is actually part of spinning). Get the details Sponsored by Jacque’s Flower Shop.

       

    • Rich discusses taxes that are unknowingly coming at us and then the discussion shifts to education and teacher pay structure.

    • Dr. Julianne Cooper and Professor McCahon of Liberty Harbor Academy came in to talk about coding and ADHD. Find out what’s happening our schools in this clip.

    • Rich, Dr. Cooper, and Dr. McCahon continued their conversation about how classes are run in our current system. Do teachers need to understand what it takes to be a kid?

      Hour Number One

      Rich read the news and then he and DJ Dave rant on Hillary Clinton, the IRS scandal and Jeanne Shaheen’s ties and then the AP scandal.

      Rich talked Cupcake Police in our schools and Maggie Hassan’s sneaky restaurant tax that will hurt restaurants and hurt food servers. 

      Jon DiPietro: Web Savvy

      Jon DiPietro of Domesticating IT and Career Gravity came in to talk about Content Management Systems. Get the details on how you can create a website easily and inexpensively!

      Hour Number Two

      Rich rants on kids having birthday parties in Manchester schools. 

      Jim Gaudet, Public Safety Issue of the Week

      Jim Gaudet, retired police officer for Litchfield and Amherst, came in to talk about drinking and driving. Dave in Hooksett also called in to share his thoughts. This segment is sponsored by Shaheen and Gordon, PA.

      Evening Out, Courtney Hoppe

      Courtney Hoppe, writer for NH Magazine, came in for Evening Out and we talked bicycles, Manchester Historic Society and hooping with ribbons (which is actually part of spinning). Get the details Sponsored by Jacque’s Flower Shop.

       

      Hour Number Three

      Rich discusses taxes that are unknowingly coming at us and then the discussion shifts to education and teacher pay structure.

      Dr. Julianne Cooper, Is Our Children Learning?

      Dr. Julianne Cooper and Professor McCahon of Liberty Harbor Academy came in to talk about coding and ADHD. Find out what’s happening our schools in this clip.

      Rich, Dr. Cooper, and Dr. McCahon continued their conversation about how classes are run in our current system. Do teachers need to understand what it takes to be a kid?