Archive for March 2014

Monday Night Talk 3-10-2014 featuring Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter

March 10, 2014 @ 11:46 pm

Mayor Bill Carpenter is a guest during this episode of Monday Night Talk!!! The mayor of Brockton calls into the show for his regular segment to chat with Kevin, Joe and special co-host Rich Rosen. He gives an update on the latest issues in the city like the Strand Theatre memorial, distributing Narcan to the fire, police and high school nurses, working with the current city council, working out details for a police commissioner ordinance and hiring a city planner.


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Monday Night Talk 3-3-2014 featuring actress & author Christine Elise McCarthy

March 7, 2014 @ 12:26 am

Christine Elise McCarthy is a special guest on this episode of Monday Night Talk!!! Christine, who is not only an actress, but is also the author of, Bathing & The Single Girl, calls into the the show to discuss the new book with Kevin Tocci and Bob Hayes. She has been acting professionally for 25 years and is recognized primarily for her roles as Emily Valentine, on Beverly Hills, 90210; Harper Tracy on ER, and as Kyle, the gal who killed Chucky in Child’s Play 2. She has also appeared in recurring roles on China Beach, In the Heat of the Night, and Tell Me You Love Me. Among her other film roles are Abel Ferrara’s Body Snatchers and two films starring Viggo Mortensen: Vanishing Point and Boiling Point. Bathing & The Single Girl has been called a smutty, mercilessly irreverent and laugh-out-loud funny debut novel. Inspired by her one-woman short film of the same name, it’s the kind of novel Jonathan Ames might write if he’d dropped out of college and had been working as an actress in Hollywood for the last 20 years. For more information about Christine and her new book: http://www.bathingandthesinglegirl.com/

To see the movie short: www.BathingandtheSingleGirlFilm.com

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Monday Night Talk 3-3-2014 featuring Capt. Bill Monte, of Wicked Tuna

March 6, 2014 @ 1:43 am

Captain Bill Monte from the National Geographic Channel's, Wicked Tuna is a special guest on Monday Night Talk! Bill calls in to talk with host Kevin Tocci and Bob Hayes about the 3rd season of the popular show that's filmed off the Massachusetts coast. After retiring five years ago, Captain Bill Monte decided to pursue his true passion, and became owner and captain of the Bounty Hunter, a 35-foot craft built in 2003. Together with his wife and deckhand Donna — one of the few women working in the industry — the duo became part-time professional fishermen, spending their “golden years” fishing bluefin tuna and running charters. After a disappointing season last year, times are tough for the Bounty Hunter. As fuel and maintenance costs continue to grow, it’s critical that the captain and crew put meat on the deck this year. With their reputation — and their livelihoods — on the line, the team is more determined than ever to turn their luck around. Wicked Tuna follows a group of salty fishermen from the nation’s oldest seaport, Gloucester, as they make their living the way it’s been done for centuries — rod and reel fishing, one catch at a time — all in pursuit of the bluefin tuna. One “monstah” bluefin can be worth more than $20,000, and with that kind of money on the line, every captain is fighting to be the best in the fleet.



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Monday Night Talk 3-3-2014 featuring PAC-TV’s Donna Rodriguez and Darin Fabrizio from the Plymouth Rotary

March 5, 2014 @ 1:30 am

Donna Rodriguez, PAC-TV's Educational Access & Outreach Coordinator and Darin Fabrizio, auction chairman for the Plymouth Rotary Auction are guests on this segment of Monday Night Talk!!! Donna and Darin talk with host Kevin Tocci and Bob Hayes about the upcoming 19th Annual Plymouth Rotary Auction that raises money each year that benefits local charities and organizations! For more information: 

http://plymouthrotaryauction.com/

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Monday Night Talk 3-3-2014 featuring Hospice of the South Shore Director Brenda Karkos and Chris Flynn

March 5, 2014 @ 12:57 am

Hospice Director Brenda Karkos and Chris Flynn, from the 2014 Walk for Hospice Honorary Family are special guests during this episode of Monday Night Talk! Brenda and Chris sit down with host Kevin Tocci and Bob Hayes to discuss the upcoming Walk for Hospice, which is being held at the South Shore Plaza in Braintree, MA on March 22nd. •Twenty-three years ago, 100 walkers gathered at the Hanover Mall and raised $32,000 for Hospice of the South Shore. That pioneering group has grown, just as the need for Hospice services have grown. The annual Walk for Hospice is an important way to raise funds that help with this mission. Hospice of the South Shore provides special care for patients facing end of life, and for their family members, including teaching them to comfort and care for their loved one and for each other. The Walk for Hospice has a distinct following within the community with consistent corporate sponsors and teams/supporters who participate every year. Hospice of the South Shore helps more than 500 patients annually live their lives with dignity, joy, hope and love. Hospice of the South Shore cares for all patients and families, regardless of ability to pay. Hospice of the South Shore offers a comprehensive system of care and a multi-disciplinary team of highly-skilled nurses, physicians, social workers, spiritual counselors and aides and volunteers. For more information:

http://www.walkforhospice2014.kintera.org/

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