Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, February 20, 2020

Holyoke Mall power outage.

Farewell WAAF.

Springfield Symphony’s “Love On Broadway” (with Kevin Rhodes).

Coyote breeding season is here – some important information.

Mayor Sarno congratulates a retiring Springfield police officer.

Westfield marijuana shops license opportunities.

Ludlow Representative Thomas Petrolati steps down at the end of his term.

The kielbasa shortage comes to an end, as Chicopee Provision reopens!

New anti-theft mailboxes are starting to show up in Springfield.

Radio Show #287 – “Love on Broadway” with Maestro Kevin Rhodes and the Springfield Symphony Orchestra

Maestro Rhodes will fill Symphony Hall with romance and delight, performing classics of the Great White Way, this Saturday, February 22nd, at 7:30 p.m.

Enjoy Broadway love songs from composers including Irving Berlin, Lerner and Loewe, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim.

Selections include “I Could Have Danced All Night” (My Fair Lady), “If Ever I Should Leave You” (Camelot), “If I Loved You” (Carousel), “Agony” (Into the Woods), “Getting Married Today” (Company), “Song That Goes Like This” (Spamalot), “Somewhere That’s Green” (Little Shop of Horrors)… and many more!

SSO is asking for donations at this concert for the Dakin Humane Society.

To participate, please bring a donation on concert night and leave it in one of the donation bins at Symphony Hall.

Email: BoxOffice@springfieldsymphony.org or Info@springfieldsymphony.org

Website: www.springfieldsymphony.org

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, February 13, 2020

Coronavirus affecting Massachusetts restaurants.

Coronavirus affecting package deliveries worldwide.

John Heaps Jr., CEO at Florence Bank, is stepping down in a few months.

Springfield Symphony Orchestra brings you a night of “Broadway Love!”

Berkshire Theater Group youth summer camp.

Mayor Sarno meets with new MGM Springfield hierarchy.

Time to talk excise tax, with East Longmeadow Town Clerk Tom Florence.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, April 27, 2018

Bill Cosby found guilty of sexual assault.
MGM opening three weeks ahead of schedule!
Setti Warren drops out of race to challenge Baker.
Agawam Police Officer receives highest medal for valor.
Springfield Symphony Orchestra Director and Conductor Kevin Rhodes on what’s ahead for the Symphony!

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, November 6, 2017

I’m back!
Finding humanity in the dark.
The Springfield Symphony has a new Executive Director!
Springfield Police Commissioner John Barbieri will be the top balloon cop!
Yanking out the old toll booths – right on schedule!
People are leaving the Berkshires!
Sidewalk reconstruction begins today in Springfield – listen in and find out where!
Parking changes in Amherst!
“This is Your Court Day” at the Springfield courts.