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A Rhode Island podcast hosted by Mary Larsen and Benjamin DeCastro, we want you to know about all the amazing current events, places, food, music, and people of the biggest little state in the union. Whether you are a tourist, or a long time resident who refuses to drive more than fifteen minutes without an overnight bag, we'll have something special in store for you on our show. It's wicked good, wicked fun, Wicked Rhody. Rhode Island 's premiere podcast! Listen each week to hear about even ...
 
I am Paul, a Rhode Islander who is going to run a 5k and raise money for a charity in all 50 states. Come join me on my journey. I will talk about races and charities, as well as talk about life in Rhode Island. There will also be interviews with race directors, charities, other people in the health and fitness community, as well as local Rhode Island businesses.
 
Small state, big on the weird! Weird Island brings you some of the strangest stories you probably haven’t heard before, all originating in little Rhode Island. Maybe you’re a true crime fan, but you’re burning out on the binges and looking to shake things up. Well, look no further! We’ll bring you unsolved mysteries, conspiracy theories, weird history and even some MURDER (no need to completely leave your comfort zone). Join us as we uncover some strange stories from the smallest state.
 
Public Health Out Loud is a podcast that delves into the broader public health concerns and issues facing everyday Rhode Islanders. From discussions about safeguarding against future pandemics to actionable plans for families to help keep their loved ones safe from preventable diseases, Public Health Out Loud is striving to be a no nonsense resource for listeners that only want to hear the truth. With all that’s going on in the world at every hour of the day, podcast hosts Dr. James McDonald ...
 
Member FDIC Equal Housing Lender Coastway Community Bank has been helping Rhode Islanders with their financial needs for nearly 100 years. From hand-written general ledger cards in 1920 to electronic banking in the 21st century, Coastway’s commitment to helping fulfill the dreams of its customers and their families stands strong and will only get stronger!
 
You are marooned a desert island with a few books and records. Fast forward three years. You now rule the island with an iron fist. But what laws will you enact? What will you ban? Each week, comedian Jacob Hatton interviews a new castaway from the worlds of science, journalism, politics and entertainment and asks them about their own personal island. Will it be a utopia or a nightmare?
 
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This week on A Lively Experiment, it is the first time they have appeared together to answer questions and talk about the issues facing Rhode Island. Hear how the three top elected leaders in the state interact with each other, and what their priorities are for the coming year. Joining us this week, Governor Dan Mckee. House speaker Joe Shekarchi. …
 
In 2013, singer Taylor Swift showed up in Rhode Island with $17.7MM in cash and purchased a summer home called High Watch. Then, she wrote a song about it (see: “the last great american dynasty”). This is the real history behind Taylor Swift’s Rhode Island home. Episode Source Material: Holiday House (Watch Hill) The Outrageous Life of Rebekah Hark…
 
The waiting area of an emergency department (ED) might be an unpleasant experience for anyone with a medical condition. But waiting for care while experiencing symptoms of opioid withdrawal can be even worse. Rhode Island’s Buprenorphine Hotline - 401-606-5456 - bypasses the ED waiting room altogether and connects patients to treatment and local re…
 
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Talking to the young people in our lives about sex can be awkward and uncomfortable. But it doesn’t need to be. This week on Public Health Out Loud, co-hosts Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan are talking about how parents and pediatricians can have age-appropriate conversations to raise sexually healthy children. Our guest expert this week is Dr…
 
Alex MacLeod has a long history in the RI bluegrass scene! In this episode we talk about his stint playing in the legendary band Northern Lights, how his latest group Rock Hearts got their start, some fun stories recording their debut album, and what events such as the Ocean State Bluegrass Festival - that's happening this weekend, Sept. 18th +19th…
 
Pawtucket has it’s very own, tiny little “Walk of Fame” that Roadside America has dubbed “either the saddest or most optimistic Hollywood Walk of Fame.” I've got a Live Episode coming up on Monday, September 20th at 7:30pm! It's on Zoom, and if you wish to attend please email info@eghps.org and the East Greenwich Historic Preservation Society will …
 
This week on A Lively Experiment, The Governor is holding firm, despite a call from dozens of lawmakers to ease the mandatory vaccination deadline for healthcare workers. And, it's been twenty years since the day that changed America. Our panel reflects on 9/11. Joining us this week, Jim Vincent, President of the Providence branch of the NAACP. Pol…
 
As adolescents return to school and all the activities they love, it’s important to keep them safe from COVID-19 and variants of concern. Getting people age 12 and older vaccinated is one of the best ways to protect them from COVID-19. This week, Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan are talking about COVID-19 vaccination among adolescents. Our gues…
 
Mark Taber shares his Rhode Island theory for prolonged health, his experience going to the early days of Newport Jazz Festival, the poetic journey he would take to buy music in his youth, and I call him out for his questionable pizza choice. Includes the song "Gotta Travel On" performed by Two Tabers // Interview recorded August 3rd, 2021 at Lippi…
 
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This week on A Lively Experiment, Dan Mckee's Chief of Staff is out within days of the Governor expressing confidence in him, despite his role in a controversial land deal. Plus, an increase number of police officers are wearing body cameras on the beat. Attention now turns to when? and how of the video will be public? Joining us this week, Target …
 
Welcome to a brand new episode of Journey of the Rhode Runner. This is a very special episode. Some of you may or may not know that my father, Paul Stroessner, passed away suddenly on June 3, 2021. It has been a very difficult few months. Not only did he and I share a name, but we also shared a birthday. In honor of our birthday, my mother and I re…
 
On this special edition episode, I sit down with vocalist Evan Warren and drummer Devin McGrath from Alley Trash to talk about the history of the band and some of their key influences. Plus, we get into their latest release "New Failures" and you're going to want to listen to the end to hear about a couple of very cool things they have in the works…
 
Hello Everybody! The Journey of the Rhode Runner podcast is finally back after a long hiatus. Adriana and Paul make up for lost time by covering a wide range of topics and emotions - From the sudden passing of Paul's father, to finally racing in a post/pre pandemic world, to the awesome world of Soul Friend Yoga. Warning: Being that we are often po…
 
In the entrance of the Rhode Island state house there is a cannon with a cannonball stuck in its muzzle. And for 100 years, no one checked to see if that cannon was filled with explosive gunpowder. To Visit: Rhode Island State House | 82 Smith St, Providence, RI 02903 Episode Source Material: Our Story: The Lives and Legacy of Those Who Served in B…
 
This week on A Lively Experiment, a top aide to Dan McKee finds himself the target of an ethics complaint, will there be back splash on the Governor? And more then 40,000 Rhode Islanders will lose unemployment benefits next month , we sit down with the director of Labor and training to talk about whats ahead. Support the show (http://ripbs.org)…
 
How many people do you live with? What does your work environment look like? How close to your home is the nearest clinic? These questions may seem mundane. But the answers can provide insight into why COVID-19 is impacting certain communities across the country at a higher rate than others. In this week’s episode, Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip C…
 
Mark Taber shares some very practical advice on how to be a better musician and a better bandmate, as well as what he feels the overall approach should be toward creating art and music And, as Mark talked about in the full episode, Tombstone was known for their powerful live shows - playing anywhere from small bars to big arenas - which helped lead…
 
This week on A Lively Experiment, The continued fallout from the US withdraw from Afghanistan, what our local delegation has to say. And, we'll introduce you to the winner of this years Rhode Island PBS scholarship. Joining us this week, Lee Ann Sennick, National Committeewoman of the Rhode Island Republican Party. Bill Lynch, Chairman of the Rhode…
 
What better time to talk about children’s health than back to school season? For children, families, and educators across the country, COVID-19 will be remembered, in part, as the time of remote learning. But little is known about the possible long-term impacts remote learning may have had on children’s health. This week, Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. P…
 
Rhode Island is getting ready to return to 100% in-person learning this fall. How can families, schools, and pediatricians prepare? In part two of this week’s discussion on children’s health, Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan talk about preventative measures that can help keep students learning in person safely. Our co-hosts are joined again by …
 
On this episode, I have the honor of speaking with the legendary, Mark Taber. As you can imagine, we discuss a lot over his 60+ year music career including how he first got into playing the piano, the start of Tombstone Blues Band, how music is a great mechanism to give back to the community, and his experiences playing shows with some of the most …
 
Some people spend months or years trying to visit the highest point in every state. Rhode Island’s is Jerimoth Hill, and it’s the 5th lowest highest point in the U.S. But if you think that means it’s always been easy to get to, think again. To Visit: The trailhead is right on Route 101/Hartford Pike, approximately 0.8 miles east of the Connecticut …
 
This week on A Lively Experiment, the debate over masking for students this fall intensifies, why the Governor won't pull the trigger on a mandate. And, a candid conversation about policing and violence in Providence playing out over one long evening at city council. Joining us this week, Maureen Moakley, retired URI political science professor. Bi…
 
The overdose and addiction epidemic is a national and local public health crisis. Rhode Island saw a 25% increase in drug overdose deaths last year, with 384 lives lost. The increase in fatal overdoses first occurred in December 2019 and accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan talk with our guest ex…
 
I've been very fortunate to speak with so many talented musicians over the last few years. One of these people was my father-in-law, Paul Dube, back in February of 2020. As you hopefully heard in that episode, Paul is an accomplished musician, booker, and music educator, but one thing you didn't hear was how his father Paul Dube Sr. was a master ac…
 
Precious Blood Cemetery in Woonsocket is one of Rhode Island’s most haunted cemeteries, after a natural disaster left spirits searching for their loved ones--and even their own body parts! In addition to its paranormal activity, this cemetery features interesting graves, including that of Marie Rose Ferron, America’s first stigmatic. Episode Source…
 
This week in a Lively Experiment, after a particularly bad stretch of violent crime, the mayor of providence is catching criticism from some of his colleagues in other communities. And as the Delta variant marches on the governor holds steady on restrictions for now. Support the show (http://ripbs.org)…
 
In the second and final part of our episode with Dr. Pablo Rodriguez, the doctors talk about COVID-19 and why it spreads so quickly in densely populated communities. “We immediately knew that the pandemic was caused by close contact, and people who live in high-density communities or work in meat packing plants or fish packing plants would be at ri…
 
Jon Hope takes us back to his favorite RI record store, how his love for engaging with an artist has evolved over the years, where he hangs in the Ocean State, and how becoming the host of Providence College Basketball games at The Dunk came about! Also, included his track "Rhode Less Traveled", which Jon and I discussed quite a bit in the full epi…
 
Hidden away in Woonsocket, RI is a church that has been called the Sistine Chapel of New England. Inside is one of the largest collections of frescoes in the United States. While the artwork is incredible, it’s only the beginning. After the paintings draw you in, what you find are stories--because all 475 people painted into the frescoes are real p…
 
This week on A Lively Experiment, mixed messaging from the CDC about masking indoors, how will it affect Rhode Island? And a bizarre encounter between two of the State's top elected officials, over the Providence teachers union contract. Joining us this week, Ian Donnis, Political Reporter for the Public's Radio. Pablo Rodriguez, retired professor …
 
Co-hosts Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan are back for season 2 of Public Health Out Loud! In this two-part season opener, our co-hosts are joined by Dr. Pablo Rodriguez, a longtime physician, former medical director of Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island, and an advocate for public health in the local and national Hispanic community. He’s also …
 
New episodes of Public Health Out Loud will be back on July 30. Stay tuned for more guest experts and timely information on the public health topics that matter to you. Don't want to miss an episode? Subscribe to Public Health Out Loud wherever you listen to podcasts.Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan
 
Jon Hope shares some things he's learned from other hip-hop stars, what he feels you can do to find your truest self, and what it is that moves him down his musical path. I've also included a performance of Jon's song "Black Rose" from his appearance on BAMS FEST. He recently did this livestream show and interview and I highly recommend checking ou…
 
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Have you heard the story of Hachiko, Japan’s most loyal dog? Find out why there’s a statue of Hachiko hidden in Woonsocket, RI. To Visit: 1 Depot Square, Woonsocket, RI 02895 Episode Source Material: Akita (dog) History of the Akita Breed - The Akita Breed Akita History: Hachikō & the Revival of the Devoted Japanese Breed – American Kennel Club 15 …
 
This week on A Lively Experiment, the long awaited settlement of the Providence teachers contract, but what's in it? And a COVID-surge nationally has some leaders rethinking masking policies. Joining us this week, Brown University political science professor, Wendy Schiller. Attorney and Former State Representative, Dan Reilly. And, political contr…
 
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