NightSide with Dan Rea - Rundown for 3/8/18

Hey, Who Turned Out The Lights??  As of right now, Dan is one of many across the region still waiting to get their power back after yesterday’s storm.  What about you?  Are you still stuck at home with no power?  Did you lose power at all during the storm?  How do you pass the time when the lights go out and TV isn’t an option?  Does losing power remind you to appreciate electricity once you finally get it back?  Call in and be a part of the show!

A Faith That Does Justice!  It seems every day, we are becoming more and more divided as a country.  But Peter Gyves, a Jesuit priest, is the founder and director of A Faith That Does Justice, a local nonprofit that focuses on bringing people together.  Having lived and worked in a number of other countries including Guatemala and El Salvador, Gyves has dedicated his life to helping the most vulnerable and isolated groups of people.  Tonight, he joins Dan in studio to talk about his life and experiences, and how he believes we can all benefit from working together to help those that need it most.  Call in with your comments or questions and join the conversation!        


Basketball Blowout!  We all know that you play to win the game.  But when you’re talking about high school basketball, is there a line of competitive decency that can be crossed?  The East Bridgewater Vikings girls basketball team won a Division III playoff game against Madison Park Vocational High School last week by a whopping eighty-six points, 93-7.  East Bridgewater coach Andrew MacDonald had his team continue to run its full court press into the second half, and left a number of starters in the game until the final buzzer.  Do you think the coach was out of line?  Should he face disciplinary action for failing to exhibit good sportsmanship?  Or do you think losing badly is just one of life’s tough lessons?  Call in and add your voice to the mix!

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