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Here’s today’s interview with Paul Marion. We talked about Monday’s F. Bradford Morse Distinguished Lecture (open to the public, being held at 7 p.m. at the F. Bradford Morse Federal Building on Merrimack Street).
Today on TOL, we’ll be talking to Paul Marion, Executive Director for Outreach at UMass Lowell, about this year’s F. Bradford Morse Distinguished Lecture taking place on Monday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. at the F. Bradford Morse Federal Building on Merrimack Street. The guest lecturer this year is Prof. Padraig O’Malley of UMass Boston, who will talk about his efforts on reconciliation in Iraq and his history working for peace.
The event is open to the public, and is free.
Join us at 10am, either at 91.5FM or streaming online live.
Today on TOL, Charlotte and I will be bringing in some of our favorite poetry in honor of the Massachusetts Poetry Festival being held in Lowell this weekend. So join us for our reading and chat about poetry! On WUML at 10am, 91.5FM or stream it live on the web.
Update: You can now listen to the archive, click “play” below. Besides reading poetry from some of the participants in this weekend’s Poetry Festival, I also brought a few other faves, and actually did read one of my own as well.
Today on TOL, Jim Arciero stopped by to talk about his candidacy for Second Middlesex state Rep (Westford, Littleton, and part of Chelmsford). You can listen to the archive here.
Tomorrow on TOL, we’ll talk to Democratic nominee for 2nd Middlesex state Rep Jim Arciero. We’ll cover all the usual topics that voters are talking about.
You can listen live on WUML 91.5FM or via the webcast.
This is last Friday’s Thinking Out Loud, if you happened to miss it. We had Margaret from JackieDoherty.org in to just talk politics - and of course, the economy took up the entire time.
Anyway, even in the short space between Friday and today, I’ve learned so much more about this crisis, but it definitely was an interesting conversation.
Next week, barring scheduling conflicts, we’ll have Democratic nominee Jim Arciero, candidate for State Rep for the 2nd Middlesex District (Westford area), in to talk about his campaign and what he would want to accomplish should he win on Nov 4th.
Today on TOL, we’ll be talking to City Manager Bernie Lynch. A lot is going on in the city and we’ll try to jam in as many questions as possible.
You can listen live at 10am on WUML 91.5FM, or stream it at WUML’s website.
Hopefully my voice holds out…anyway, our special guest tomorrow is Suzz Cromwell, who is working on the Massachusetts Poetry Festival being held in Lowell from October 10 through 12. I am really looking forward to learning more about this upcoming event, and I hope you join us! You can listen from 10-11am on WUML 91.5FM, or stream it live.
Today Charlotte and I will be chatting about current events and some of the things going on politically in the state. You can listen live on WUML 91.5FM or online.
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