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Tuesday, July 18th
Trump's 'Made In America' Event Highlights Horseshoes From Massachusetts
WBZ's Tina Gao spoke with Peter St. Pierre, Vice President of St. Pierre Manufacturing Corp. in Worcester, which has been in business since 1920. St. Pierre Manufacturing Corp. and its horseshoes got an honor of a lifetime, when they were invited to represent Massachusetts at the White House's first "Made in America Product Showcase."
Free Wedding Dresses Offered To Alfred Angelo Customers By Fall River Store
When Alfred Angelo Bridal stores suddenly closed last week, many local brides were left without a wedding dress or a refund. WBZ's Tina Gao spoke with Joel Benson, Owner of "Bridal and Prom Discount Warehouse" in Fall River.
July 18, 2017 Reporters Roundup
Mary Blake takes a closer look at today’s top stories! Boston Violence, WBZ’s Doug Cope. Drinking & Shopping, Bloomberg’s Tracy Johnke. Healthcare, CNN’s Karen Caifa. Medical Marijuana Suit, WBZ’s Carl Stevens. Paul Pierce Signing, WBZ’s Adam Kaufman. Nathan Carman, WBZ’s Bernice Corpuz. Robert Shaw Sword, WBZ’s Mike Macklin. Listen to WBZ 1030 every weekday at 12:30 for Reporters Roundup!
Lyft Car Shot At On Route 93 Tuesday Morning
Police said there is a bullet hole in the rear door on the driver's side and the window on the door was shattered.
Mixed Earnngs News
Dave Caruso reports the Healthcare mess is affecting the markets.
Charlie Baker Is America's Most Popular Governor, Poll Finds
There’s no governor in the United States more popular than Charlie Baker of Massachusetts, according to a new poll.
Tracing Your Roots
David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist at the N.E. Historic Genealogical Society, uses documentation and DNA evidence to find out where you came from, but how far back can we go?
Monday, July 17th
NightSide - Marijuana Tax
The Massachusetts legislatures have set the tax rate for recreational marijuana at 20%. Do you think this is a fair rate?
NightSide - Rep. Geoff Diehl is in Studio
Massachusetts State Representative Geoff Diehl believes that U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren is not fighting for the people of Massachusetts. He hopes to challenge her on the ballot in 2018. Tonight, he joins Dan in the NightSide studio to talk about what he sees as the most pressing issues facing both the Commonwealth and the rest of the nation.
NightSide - Another Delay on Healthcare
The margin for error on the GOP Senate healthcare bill is essentially non-existent. Maine Senator Susan Collins and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul have already said they plan to vote no on the bill. That means that Republicans need every single other member of their party to vote yes in order to get to 50 votes. Over the weekend, Senator John McCain was forced to have surgery to remove a blood clot, and will not be returning to Washington this week. Without a yes vote from McCain, Republicans know this bill cannot pass, and therefore have delayed a vote for now. Should the GOP give up on its troubled healthcare proposal? After seven years of pledging to repeal Obamacare, would a failure to do so hurt Republicans at the polls in 2018? Former Senator Tom Coburn checks in with NightSide Nation to give us his thoughts.
Trustees Approve 3 Percent Tuition Increase At UMass
The Board of Trustees at UMass will raise tuition up to $14,253 for the 2017-18 academic year.
Artists Transform Central Square In Lynn
Artists from around the world are paiting murals on old buildings in Lynn. WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Carl Stevens reports.
July 17, 2017 Reporters Roundup
Karyn Regal has all of today’s top stories. Tufts Medical Center Nurses Go Back to Work, WBZ’s Doug Cope (00:55). Boston Business Tops the List of Companies Where Women Are Happiest, Bloomberg’s Tracy Johnke (03:05). Commuter Rail Service Upgrades for North Shore Residents, WBZ’s Carl Stevens (04:40). UMass Board of Trustees Agrees to Raise Tuitions and Fees, WBZ’s Lana Jones (06:20). Sports, WBZ’s Adam Kaufman (09:30). Healthcare Vote Delayed, CBS News Correspondent Steve Dorsey (11:20). Free Wedding Gowns from Fall River Bridal Shop, WBZ’s Tina Gao (13:25). Join WBZ AM 1030 every day at 12:30 for Reporters Roundup.
Sunday, July 16th
NightSide Weekend Commentary - Donald Trump Jr.
What was Donald Trump Jr. thinking? Dan Rea wants to know.
WBZ's Neil Chayet has an alleged case of mistaken identity.
WBZ's Neil Chayet says in this case instead of gypsies, tramps and thieves it's frogs, prostitutes, and druggies.
WBZ's Neil Chayet warns never to turn your nose up at the law...it could cost you.
WBZ's Neil Chayet says when it comes to privacy it's all about location, location, location.
WBZ's Neil Chayet warns that love and lying never mix.
WBZ's Jordan Rich talks with Matt Robinson of matts-meals.com about Party Favors' cakes and more.
WBZ's Jordan Rich talks with Matt Robinson of matts-meals.com about Kosher wines.
WBZ's Jordan Rich talks with Matt Robinson of matts-meals.com about Rooftop Chefs at the Colonnade Hotel Boston.
WBZ's Jordan Rich talks with Matt Robinson of matts-meals.com about handmade pizzas at Blaze Pizza.
WBZ's Jordan Rich talks with Matt Robinson of matts-meals.com about Brothers Restaurant in Brookline, MA.
Public Housing Smoking
WBZ's Doug Cope speaks with Vince Willmore from the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids about the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development's expansion of a ban on smoking in public housing developments nationwide.
Car Seat Safety
WBZ's Doug Cope speaks with Kate Carr of Safe Kids Worldwide who says the need for car seat instruction is more important than ever.
WBZ's Doug Cope speaks with Doctor Anthony Fauci from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases about their recommendation of introducing foods containing peanuts to infants with a high risk of peanut allergy as early as 4-6 months of age to reduce the risk of developing a peanut allergy in the future.
WBZ's Doug Cope speaks about the cost of hiring a babysitter.
WBZ's Doug Cope speaks with Jennifer Clary, co-founder of the Baby Box Company, and Kathryn McCans, Chair of the New Jersey Child Fatality and Near Fatality Review Board, about a new "crib" that may reduce the risk of SIDS.
Saving More: Staying Cool For Less
WBZ's Dee Lee helps you cut that AC bill down to size.
Saving More: Eating Out
WBZ's Dee Lee helps you dine out on the cheap.
Saving More: Groceries
WBZ's Dee Lee helps you save more on that grocery bill.
Saving More: How Much?
WBZ's Dee Lee gives you a good idea of how much money you should be saving at every age.
Saving More: Where To Start
WBZ's Dee Lee helps you save more money.
Saturday, July 15th
Mayor Walsh Urges Tufts Medical Center, Nurses To Negotiate
Mayor Marty Walsh visited Tufts Medical Center nurses Saturday morning as the union and hospital remain at odds following a 24-hour strike.
NightSide Weekend Commentary - Politics
There are some pretty bad politicians out there. In this weekend commentary, Dan Rea looks at a couple of them.
Friday, July 14th
NightSide - Callers’ Choice
A rare edition for NightSide Nation to speak about whatever is on their minds. Call in with your chosen topic and make sure it’s a good one!
NightSide - Is President Trump’s Public Flattery of Women Excessive?
President Trump is known to speak frankly in general, and when it comes to women, he pulls no punches in criticism or flattery. Recently, he’s been on record for complimenting French President Macron’s wife and an Irish reporter. He said to Macron’s wife “you’re in such good shape” and to the Irish journalist in the Oval Office that she had a “nice smile.” Does President Trump cross the line? Are his compliments genuine flattery that are overblown?
NightSide - Members of Elite Meet Check In
The mission of Elite Meet is to connect elite military veterans with business professionals at networking events. One half of the military veterans are handpicked by the CEO and the other half, the business professionals, by the Chairman. CHris Tyll a Navy Seal and Jordan Selleck from Elite Meet join Dan to discuss their cause and how they go about connecting these veterans with new careers. <a href="https://www.elitemeet.us/" target="_blank">https://www.elitemeet.us/</a>
NightSide - Is Boston Rent Too High?
Finding affordable rent is a challenge for prospective apartment seekers in major cities, especially here in Boston. Based on a list from Smart Asset, Boston ranks third after New York and San Francisco, for the income needed to pay rent. Rising rents and stagnant wages creates a burden for locals and prospective transplants. Should there be more done at the federal level? Is it just an economic reality we have to face?
Friday On Wall Street
Ben Parker speaks with Dave Caruso of Coastal Capitol as Wall Street gets ready to open for the final day for the week.
Thursday, July 13th
NightSide - The NightSide Pet Vet Is In
Dr. Jim McKiernan is the owner of Great Bay Animal Hospital in Durham, New Hampshire, and the official NightSide Pet Vet. Pet owners know that our pets aren’t just animals, they are members of our family. Dr. Jim joins Dan tonight in the NightSide studio to talk about caring for our furry friends, and how to make sure our pets stay happy and healthy through the hot summer months. Do you have a question about your pet’s health or safety?
NightSide - GOP Reveals New Healthcare Bill
Republicans in the Senate have released the new healthcare bill, with a vote expected as soon as next week. The new bill includes an amendment similar to what Senator Cruz has proposed, which would allow insurance companies to sell plans that do not meet the minimum requirements established under the Affordable Care Act. The revised bill also keeps in place some of the taxes from the Affordable Care Act that the House version had removed. Do these changes to the bill tip your opinion of it one way or the other? Do you want the GOP healthcare bill to pass?
Mayflower Pilgrim Genealogies To Be Digitized, Posted Online
WBZ's Tina Gao spoke with Ryan Woods, VP and Chief Operating Officer of the New England Historic Genealogical Society. He says this digital database of records will allow people to research their potential connection to the Mayflower and its passengers.
BC-BU Hockey Game To Benefit Pete Frates, Travis Roy Charities
Comm Ave. Classic organizer Pat Mullane talks to Mike Riley about the upcoming fundraiser.
July 13, 2017 Reporters Roundup
Host Mary Blake takes a closer look at today’s top stories. Healthcare, Sagar Meghani. Airline Profits, Bloomberg’s Tracy Johnke. Tufts Nurses, WBZ’s Ben Parker. Auto Cars Meeting, WBZ’s Carl Stevens. Forbes List, WBZ’s Adam Kaufman. Emmy Nods, Correspondent Jim Roope. Kraft’s E-Team, WBZ’s Karyn Regal. Listen to WBZ 1030 every weekday at 12:30 for Reporters Roundup!
Tufts Hospital Prepares To Welcome Returning Nurses Even As Issues Remain
The strike is officially over but nurses are locked out as issues on retirement funds remain.
Tufts Officials Are Prepared To Welcome Returning Nurses Even Though Issues Remain
Tufts nurses continued to walk the picket line because issues remain about pensions.
Weekly Jobless Claims Donw
Dave reports slight increases in the Dow, S &P and NASDAQ
Tufts Medical Center Strike Ends, But Nurses Not Allowed Back To Work
Tufts Medical Center and striking nurses remain at odds as the union members’ 24-hour strike came to an end.
Gotta Get Back In Time
Avid military and memorabilia collector Bill Shea has the DeLorean from “Back to the Future” on display at the Boston Museum of Science. Find out how he got his hands on it along with many more iconic artifacts.
Wednesday, July 12th
NightSide - Donald Trump Jr. Defends Himself
Last night, Donald Trump Jr. joined Sean Hannity on Fox News to discuss the email chain he tweeted out earlier in the day. During the ten-minute segment, Trump Jr. explained why he took the meeting, why there was no follow up, and stated that there were no other official meetings with any other Russians during the campaign. Now that he has had a chance to present his side of the issue, we want to hear from you! Did you find Trump Jr.’s explanation to be believable? Or do you think he is trying to spin a bad situation? Is this whole story a big Nothing Burger, as White House chief of staff Reince Priebus recently claimed?
NightSide - Should Massachusetts Switch to Same-Day Registration?
Right now, Massachusetts residents must register to vote at least twenty days before the election. But a recent lawsuit filed by the ACLU is looking to change that requirement, claiming that it puts an unfair burden on potential voters. Do you think Massachusetts should allow voters to register on Election Day? Or are you ok with a deadline that closes registration three weeks before voters head to the polls?
NightSide - Wednesdays with Walsh
It’s the second Wednesday of the month, which means it’s time for another edition of Wednesdays with Walsh! Boston Mayor Marty Walsh stops by to join Dan in the NightSide studio and to take your calls. Dan and the Mayor will discuss how Boston can remain a safe city during the hot summer months, break down the latest information on what to expect in terms of Mass Pike traffic, and whatever else you’d like to hear discussed.
Brockton Actor Joins Second Season Of HBO's 'Insecure'
WBZ’s Tina Gao spoke with Brockton actor Jean Elie about joining the second season of “Insecure” on HBO.
Brockton Actor Jean Elie Joins HBO’s “Insecure’
WBZ’s Tina Gao spoke with Brockton actor Jean Elie about joining the second season of “Insecure” on HBO.
July 12, 2017 Reporters Roundup
Host Mary Blake takes a closer look at today’s top stories! Nurses Strike, WBZ’s Carl Stevens. NFL Ad Revenue, Bloomberg’s Tracy Johnke. Art Heist, CBS Correspondent Seth Doane. Novartis, Wall Street Journal’s Denise Roland. Red Sox Moves, WBZ’s Adam Kaufman. L.A.P.D. Car Chases, Correspondent Jim Roope. Thoreau Birthday, WBZ’s Ben Parker. Listen to Reporters Roundup every weekday at 12:30 on WBZ 1030!
Path to Success
From Radio Shack to a radio empire - Longtime local broadcaster John Garabedian talks about how he turned his passion into a career.
Tuesday, July 11th
NightSide - How Serious is the North Korean Threat?
Last Tuesday, while the U.S. was celebrating Independence Day, North Korea conducted a successful missile test, launching an intercontinental ballistic missile that some claim could reach Alaska. Tonight, Dan is joined by Dr. Jack Liu, longtime contractor for the Department of Defense and one of the nation’s preeminent experts on North Korea. He’ll break down what we saw last week, both in terms of the missile test and the rest of the world’s response. Do you worry about getting into a military conflict with North Korea?
NightSide - Solving Medical Mysteries
Dr. Stuart Mushlin is the medical director of Brigham Circle Medical Associates at the Boston Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Over his four decades in the field, Dr. Mushlin has seen it all. His new book, Playing the Ponies, and Other Medical Mysteries Solved, looks at some of the more perplexing cases he ran into, and the challenges that doctors face when trying to reach a diagnosis.