Dr. Lori Paige,
Professor and English Department Chair
at American International College

Dr. Lori Paige is the chair of the English Department at American International College in Springfield and teaches classes in British and vampire literature. Her new book, The Gothic Romance Wave: A Critical History of the Mass Market Novels, 1960-1993, (McFarland; September 2018), takes a close look at this popular genre’s place in the publishing industry. You can find out more about the book at McFarlandbooks.com.

Radio Show #218 – Dr. Lori Paige,
Professor and English Department Chair
at American International College

Dr. Lori Paige is the chair of the English Department at American International College in Springfield and teaches classes in British and vampire literature.   Her new book, The Gothic Romance Wave:  A Critical History of the Mass Market Novels, 1960-1993, (McFarland; September 2018), takes a close look at this popular genre’s place in the publishing industry.  You can find out more about the book at McFarlandbooks.com.

Radio Show #175 – Fran Beaulieu,
Phil Beaulieu & Sons Home Improvement, Inc.

Dedicated to keeping homes in perfect repair and looking great, Fran Beaulieu continues a fifty-year tradition at Phil Beaulieu & Sons Home Improvement, Inc.

Integrity and a strong work ethic has kept this successful business in demand for three generations.

What’s it like working on homes in the Pioneer Valley?

According to Fran Beaulieu, it is a labor of love.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, September 28, 2017

Mayor Sarno pulls Club Pandora’s license.
Holyoke had a preliminary election, and hardly anyone showed up…
Volunteers needed at Chicopee Police substation!
Local business people on the move!
The Midtown Men come back to Symphony Hall!
Ware police investigate downtown graffiti.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, October 7, 2015

  • Is Chicopee the new hot spot for gang violence?
  • Will the “X” be rehabbed?
  • Curtis Blake washes his hands of AIC
  • PLANTATION MAN moves to Agawam
  • Tim Rooke on MGM SPRINGFIELD “….a mountain out of a molehill!”