Chocolate Cupcake

Chocolate Cupcake 0

On today’s show, Ed talks about this past weekend’s Octoberfest.  He also asks today’s poll question.  Yesterday was National Chocolate Cupcake Day.  Today’s question is, “which kind of frosting is best for a chocolate cupcake?”

Ed also talks about the recent Middleboro news, he previews tonight’s Selectmen’s meetings, and he talks about some stuff coming up in the area.  He wraps up with a preview of Deadly Silence with Larry Curtis.

Listen:

Frosting Poll

Middleboro’s Octoberfest

Middleboro’s Octoberfest 0

On today’s show, Ed talks about last night’s Patriots game.  Allin Frawley calls in to break some news that the Middleboro Schools will be forming a search committee to hire a new superintendent after not renewing Dr. Roseli Weiss’ contract.

Leilani Dalpe, Middleboro Selectwoman and member of the Middleboro Tourism Committee, calls in.  She talks about the Tourism Committee’s latest efforts and tomorrow’s first ever Octoberfest.  It will be at the Middleboro KOA tomorrow from 4-10pm.  Find more information at their website, www.discovermiddleborough.com.

Joanne Upham, from the Lakeville Litter Lifters, calls in.  She talks about the LLL and tomorrow’s plan to pick up trash in Lakeville.  Meet up with them at the Old Town Hall in Lakeville tomorrow morning at 9am.

Ed wraps up with a preview of Radio Head Rush from Johnny Rey Justus.

Listen:

Guest: Leilani Dalpe

Early Morning Jobs

Early Morning Jobs 0

Today is Family Feud!  One hundred people were surveyed and the top six answers are on the board.  Name an occupation where you have to wake up early in the morning.  Listeners submit their best guesses.

Ed talks about the baby born on Route 495 early this morning and he previews tomorrow’s Patriots Thursday Night Game against the NY Jets.

Andrea Priest, director of the Middleboro COA, calls in.  She talks about things going on in at the Council on Aging.  Tomorrow there will be a “Coffee and Chocolate” event and lots of other exciting things.  Find more information in their monthly newsletter at www.middleborough.com.

Ed wraps up with some upcoming events in Middleboro.

Listen:

Guest: Andrea Priest

National Face Your Fears Day

National Face Your Fears Day 0

On today’s show, Ed talks about the long weekend.  There were some good moments and a couple of bad moments.  Ed talks about today’s trivia, he asks some trivia questions and a list of the Top Ten Most Common Fears.  Today is National Face Your Fears Day.

Ed breaks down the Patriots win on Sunday and the bad news about injuries.  He also previews some exciting upcoming events in Middleboro, such as the Octoberfest.  Ed wraps up with the trivia answers and the rundown of the full list of the most common fears.

Listen:

Most Common Fears

Massachusetts Archaeological Society

Massachusetts Archaeological Society 0

On today’s show, Ed talks about the New England Patriots.  He shares his feelings after last week’s dominating win over the Cincinnati Bengals and his expectation for this weekend’s game against the Buffalo Bills.

Then, McKayla Hoffman is in studio.  She is a trustee with the Massachusetts Archaeological Society.  She talks about MAS, the Robbins Museum (located at 17 Jackson Street), and tomorrow’s MAS Annual Meeting.  They will have a number of speakers on a range of archaeological topics.  The meeting is open for members and non-members and it will end with a 75th anniversary cake.  Find more information at www.massarchaeology.org.

Ed wraps up the show with a preview of Radio Head Rush from Johnny Rey Justus.

Listen:

Guest: McKayla Hoffman

National Flufffernutter Day

National Flufffernutter Day 0

Family Feud!  One hundred people were surveyed and the top six answers are on the board.  Name an ingredient you would find at a fancy salad bar.  Listeners make their best guesses.

Ed talks about the Lakeville Haunted House and the plans for ghost tours at the Middleboro Town Hall this year.

Mary Bessey, the Regional Director of SHINE, calls in.  She talks about fluffernutter memories and what it means to carry a tune.  She also talks about her work at SHINE.  The next couple of months are open enrollment for medicare.  Everyone should evaluate their plan and make sure that they are in the one that is best.  Each plan depends on what medication you are on, what pharmacy you go to, and a number of other factors.  Calling Mary Bessey can make sure you are in the right one.

Ed wraps up with Jack White and a preview of South Shore News and Views.

Listen:

Guest: Mary Bessey

Top Ten Matt Damon Movies

Top Ten Matt Damon Movies 0

On today’s show, Ed has a new intern, Intern Roger.  Roger Haber hangs around to “help out”.  Ed and Roger talk about today’s trivia, Ed asks some trivia questions, and he has a list of the Top Ten Matt Damon Movies.

Allin Frawley, Middleboro Selectman, calls in to talk about last night’s Special Town Meeting.  The short version is that everything passed.  There was debate on the purchase of the Oliver House, the raising of the litter fine, and the new trash disposal system.

Ed and Roger wrap up by talking about tomorrow morning’s lunar eclipse and the answers to the trivia questions and the full rundown of the Top Ten Matt Damon Movies.

Listen:

Best Matt Damon Movies

National Carry a Tune Week

National Carry a Tune Week 0

On today’s show, Steve the Intern is in studio.  Ed and Steve talk about their weekends.  They talk about the movie Gone Girl, Ed’s victory in the scarecrow contest, and Steve shares his opinion on s’mores candy corn.  Today’s poll question is also revealed.  This is National Carry a Tune Week, so Ed asks listener what the term “carry a tune” means.

Allin Frawley calls in to talk about tonight’s Special Town Meeting.  He talks about some of the possible articles that will be debated and shares his opinion on some of them.

Ed and Steve wrap up with the results of the poll question and their final thoughts on carrying tunes.

Listen:

Carry a Tune