Sunday Journal – 2009 Topics

  • Sunday Journal 12/27/09: Biggest Winner Competition
    • Local fitness experts Todd Sousa and Diane Francis talk about the brand new “Biggest Winner” fitness competition and some tips for staying fit in the New Year.
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  • Sunday Journal 12/27/09: Cape Cod Center for Women
    • Mary Star, Executive Director of the Cape Cod Center for Women, and Falmouth Pediatrician, Greg Parkinson, talk about their work and an upcoming fundraiser.
  • Sunday Journal 12/27/09: Barnstable County Sheriff Dept
    • Barnstable County Sheriff Jim Cummings talks about the impending state takeover and how it will affect his department.
  • Sunday Journal 12/20/09: Stress-Reduction Program
    • Adam Liss and Fiona Jensen talk about a stress-reduction program for students beginning in January at Barnstable High School.
  • Sunday Journal 12/20/09: Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
    • Volunteers from the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History talk about fun programs for the whole family going on during holiday school vacation.
  • Sunday Journal 12/20/09: Holidays and Depression
    • Dr. Dayle Laurence of Clinical Director at Cape Cod Human Services, an affiliate of Cape Cod Healthcare, discusses how to cope with depression during the holidays.
  • Sunday Journal 12/13/09: Lower Cape Outreach Council
    • The Lower Cape Outreach Council talks about the food pantries they run across the Cape and their increased need during these tough economic times.
  • Sunday Journal 12/13/09: Cape Cod Medical Reserve Corps
    • The Cape Cod Medical Reserve Corps talks about the work they do to provide much-needed support across the Cape.
  • Sunday Journal 12/13/09: Duffy Center
    • The Duffy Center and the Federated Church of Hyannis talk about the Homeless Person’s Memorial Day on December 16, 2009.
  • Sunday Journal 12/06/09: Marine Life Center
    • Kathy Zagzebski of the Marine Life Center in Buzzards Bay talks about their new animal rehab hospital that’s currently under construction.
  • Sunday Journal 12/06/09: AIDS Support Group
    • Jill Brookshire of the AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod discusses the state of AIDS on Cape Cod in light of the recent World AIDS Day.
  • Sunday Journal 12/06/09: Local Holiday Shopping
    • Local merchants and folks from the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce discuss this year’s holiday shopping season.
  • Sunday Journal 11/29/09: Cape Cod Cubs
    • Dan Hodge, coach of the brand-new Cape Cod Cubs junior hockey league based at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center, talks about their exciting season.
  • Sunday Journal 11/29/09: Christmas Commons church fair
    • Organizers of the Christmas Commons Fair at the Federated Church of Hyannis discuss their kickoff to the holiday season.
  • Sunday Journal 11/29/09: Cape Cod Canal Area Traffic
    • Tom Cahir, Cape Cod RTA Administrator and Chair of the Cape Cod Canal Area Traffic Task Force, talks about solutions to traffic problems caused by work on the Sagamore Bridge.
  • Sunday Journal 11/22/09: H1N1 vs Seasonal Flu
    • Dr. Alan Sugar, head of infectious disease at Cape Cod Healthcare, explains the difference between the seasonal flu and H1N1.
  • Sunday Journal 11/22/09: Holiday Stress Tips
    • Adam Liss, director of Cape Stress Reduction & Optimal Health gives us tips on how to deal with stress this holiday season.
  • Sunday Journal 11/22/09: Outer Cape Health Services
    • Outer Cape Health Services has a new chief executive officer. Sally Deane talks about her new role and what she hopes to achieve.
  • Sunday Journal 11/15/09: Honeybees
    • Laura Kelley, a local organic landscaper and beekeeper, talks about the role honeybees play in the Cape’s ecology.
  • Sunday Journal 11/15/09: Human Rights Commission
    • Jacqueline Fields, head of the Barnstable County Human Rights Commission, talks about the work they do here on Cape Cod to support the efforts of eliminating discrimination.
  • Sunday Journal 11/15/09: CapeAbilities
    • Larry Thayer, president of CapeAbilities, about the difficulties facing those with special needs as they try to find employment here on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 11/8/09: Veteran Services
    • Sid Chase, Director of Veteran Services for Cape Cod, talks about his work with veterans’ services and the importance of remembering and honoring our veterans on Veterans’ Day.
  • Sunday Journal 11/8/09: Veterans Discuss Experiences
    • Jud Phelps, a Navy veteran, and Burt Parcels, an Army veteran, discuss their experiences as veterans and talk about an upcoming Veterans Day service at St. Mary’s on Wednesday.
  • Sunday Journal 11/8/09: Cape Cod National Seashore
    • November is full of fun activities at the National Seashore. The Cape Cod National Seashore’s Sue Haley fills us in on what they’ve got going on for the whole family.
  • Sunday Journal 11/1/09: Jung-Ho Pak
    • Jung-Ho Pak, artistic director of the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra talks about his work with the symphony, in local schools, and their upcoming Magnificently Mozart program.
  • Sunday Journal 11/1/09: Barnstable Charter Review
    • Members of the Barnstable Charter Review Committee talk about changes they have made to the charter that Barnstable residents will vote on November 3rd.
  • Sunday Journal 11/1/09: Hit and Run History
    • Andy Buckley and Matt Griffin, filmmakers from Chatham, talk about their exciting “Hit and Run History” documentary that chronicles the Columbia Expedition.
  • Sunday Journal 10/25/09: Paranormal Research Society
    • Derek Bartlett, founder of the Cape and Islands Paranormal Research Society, discusses paranormal activity on the Cape along with their ghost hunting tours in Barnstable Village.
  • Sunday Journal 10/25/09: Haunted Yarmouth
    • Author and historian Paul Cote talks about his book, Haunted Yarmouth, which includes interesting stories about older homes in Yarmouth as well as some local history and legends.
  • Sunday Journal 10/25/09: Cape Encounters
    • Many Cape Codders have their own ghost stories and ghost experiences. Gary Joseph is the co-author of Cape Encounters and he shares with us the stories he has heard from local folks.
  • Sunday Journal 10/18/09: Philanthropy Day
    • Chris Perry from the Planned Giving Council of Cape Cod talks about their upcoming Philanthropy Day on Cape Cod scheduled for Nov 4, 2009 at the Resort and Conference Center in Hyannis.
  • Sunday Journal 10/18/09: Domestic Violence Awareness
    • October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Lysetta Hurge-Putnam of Independence House talks about domestic violence issues on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 10/18/09: CCH Midwife Program
    • Members of the obstetrics and gynecology team for Cape Cod Healthcare discuss the new Midwife program at Cape Cod Hospital.
  • Sunday Journal 10/11/09: Breast Cancer on Cape Cod
    • Cheryl Osimo and Laurel Schaider of the Silent Spring Institute talk about a study of the Cape’s water supply and its possible connection to breast cancer on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 10/11/09: CIC on the Status of Women
    • Members of the newly formed Cape and Islands Commission on the Status of Women come in to talk about their efforts and their search for a 13th member to join the board.
  • Sunday Journal 10/11/09: Tom Naples helping the Homeless
    • Tom Naples has a very unique and personal way of helping the homeless and has assisted more than 70 people find housing this year alone. He discusses his efforts and methods.
  • Sunday Journal 10/4/09: Treating ADHD on Cape Cod
    • Tracey Bromley Goodwin, educational coach and consultant, and Holly Oberacker, art therapist, have joined together for a unique approach to treating ADHD.
  • Sunday Journal 10/4/09: Cape Cod Walking Weekend
    • Heather McElroy from the Cape Cod Commission and Cape Cod Pathways talks about the Cape Cod Walking Weekend taking place on October 9-12.
  • Sunday Journal 10/4/09: Eastern College Athletic Conference
    • The Eastern College Athletic Conference is back holding its annual convention in Hyannis this week. Commissioner Rudy Keeling and others discuss this event.
  • Sunday Journal 9/27/09: Civic-minded Youth
    • An organizer and representative of the Cape and Islands Youth Congress and the Human Rights Academy for Barnstable County discuss youth civic engagement on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 9/27/09: Cape Light Compact
    • Briana Kane of the Cape Light Compact shares some tips on how you can keep warm and save money this winter.
  • Sunday Journal 9/27/09: Homelessness on Cape Cod
    • Philip Mangano, former executive director of the US Interagency Council on Homelessness & Rick Presbrey, Housing Assistance Corp CEO discuss homelessness on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 9/20/09: SCORE on Cape Cod
    • Walt Dolbier and Mike Baker of SCORE give advice to those seeking to start their own business – and even some tips for current business owners to get through these tough economic times.
  • Sunday Journal 9/20/09: Fall for the Arts
    • Maggie Van Sciver, president of the board of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod talks about the 2nd annual Fall for the Arts festival taking place Oct 2nd – 4th all across Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 9/20/09: Understanding Cape Cod
    • Lisa McNeil and Kristen O’Malley of the Cape Cod Foundation discuss a series of upcoming forums geared at starting conversations on a myriad of issues facing Cape Codders.
  • Sunday Journal 9/13/09: Cape Elder Population
    • The Barnstable Senior Center and Friends of the Barnstable Senior Center discuss issues the elder population on Cape Cod face in these tough economic times.
  • Sunday Journal 9/13/09: Nauset School Superintendent
    • Richard Hoffman, superintendent of Nauset Schools, talks about his new job, his past jobs, and what he hopes to accomplish here on Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 9/13/09: Wings of Freedom Tour
    • The Wings of Freedom Tour is coming to Barnstable Municipal Airport, bringing a B-17 Flying Fortress, a B-24 Liberator and a P-51 Mustang to Hyannis from Sept. 16 to Sept 18.
  • Sunday Journal 9/6/09: Seaside Lemans
    • Beth Patkoske, Seaside Lemans Event Director and Dewitt Davenport, President of the Davenport Companies and event founder talk about the upcoming race on September 12.
  • Sunday Journal 9/6/09: YMCA of Cape Cod
    • YMCA of Cape Cod CEO Joanie Sutherland and Camp Lyndon director Steven Wolf talk about the grand opening celebration planned for September 12 in West Barnstable.
  • Sunday Journal 9/6/09: ALS Cliff Walk
    • The ALS Family Charitable Foundation helps people with Lou Gherig’s disease. Tara Cronin talks about the ALS Cliff Walk along the Cape Cod Canal on September 13th.
  • Sunday Journal 8/30/09: Sen Ted Kennedy Part I
  • Sunday Journal 8/30/09: Sen Ted Kennedy Part II
  • Sunday Journal 8/30/09: Sen Ted Kennedy Part III
    • Honoring the life and legacy of the late Senator Edward Kennedy. Rebecca Pierce-Cote, co-founder of the JFK Hyannis Museum; Wendy Northcross, co-founder of the JFK Hyannis Museum, Howard Penn, director of JFK Hyannis Museum Foundation and Rob Senott, board president of the JFK Hyannis Museum discuss their personal connections with the late Senator, tell anecdotes about his life, his love for Cape Cod, and a new exhibit dedicated to him at the JFK Museum in Hyannis.
  • Sunday Journal 8/23/09: Comedienne Lily Tomlin
    • Comedienne Lily Tomlin talks about her upcoming performance at MacMillan Wharf in Provincetown on August 29 to raise funds for the local Pilgrim Bark Park.
  • Sunday Journal 8/23/09: 2009 Last Gasp Bike Boat and Bake
    • Bill Murphy talks about the Last Gasp Bike Boat and Bake, a fun bike ride that has cyclists pedaling from Sandwich to Provincetown to raise money for Cape Cod non-profit organizations.
  • Sunday Journal 8/23/09: CCCC Wind Turbine
    • Michael Gross, Director of Communications at Cape Cod Community College, talks about the new wind turbine going up at the West Barnstable campus.
  • Sunday Journal 8/16/09: Renewable Energy Trends
    • Chris Powicki Principal of Water Energy and Ecology Information Services talks about renewable energy trends and how consumers can save money on their electric bills.
  • Sunday Journal 8/16/09: Canal Army Corps of Engineers
    • Frank Fedele of the Canal Army Corps of Engineers and his team of managers talk about maintaining the bridges and property along the canal and visitor programs.
  • Sunday Journal 8/16/09: Real Estate Market
    • Danny Griffin local and national real estate specialist discusses recent July housing numbers released by the Barnstable County Register of Deeds.
  • Sunday Journal 8/9/09: Patrick McCarthy
    • Attorney Terrance O’Connell has been trying for 6 years to re-open the case involving 10-year-old Patrick McCarthy of Bourne who was found dead in the woods of New Hampshire back in 2003.
  • Sunday Journal 8/9/09: Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority
    • Next month, Tom Cahir is taking over as the new director of the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority and shares with us his future plans for expansion and improvements.
  • Sunday Journal 8/9/09: Boys and Girls Club of Cape Cod
    • Executive Director Ruth Provost talks about celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Boys and Girls Club of Cape Cod and programs underway at the club located in Mashpee.
  • Sunday Journal 8/2/09: Cape Cod Museum of Art
    • Elizabeth Ives Hunter, Executive Director of the Cape Cod Museum of Art, talks about the interesting link between Alzheimers and Dementia patients when it comes to art.
  • Sunday Journal 8/2/09: Cape Cod Healthcare
    • Dr. Jim Butterick and Dr. Herbert Gray talk about how Cape Cod Healthcare ranks for treating patients suffering from heart failure and pneumonia as published in USA Today.
  • Sunday Journal 8/2/09: Cape Cod Tourism
    • Wendy Northcross and Bill Zammer of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce talk about this summer tourism season and how visitors and residents are spending their dollars.
  • Sunday Journal 7/26/09: Open access broadband
    • Teresa Martin talks about the partnership between Open Cape Corp and RCN Metro to build & operate an advanced fiber network throughout SE Mass and the Cape & Islands.
  • Sunday Journal 7/26/09: Pops by the Sea
    • Maggie Van-Sciver of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod talks about the 24th annual Pops by the Sea concert scheduled for August 2nd on the Hyannis Village Green.
  • Sunday Journal 7/26/09: Harwich Public-Safety facility
    • Harwich Police Chief Bill Mason talks about the recent move into a brand new Harwich Public-Safety facility and when they will be hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony.
  • Sunday Journal 7/19/09: Sandy Neck Beach
    • Sandy Neck Beach Park Manager Nina Coleman passes along some useful information for beach-goers and talks about the increased policing of alcohol consumption and rowdy behavior.
  • Sunday Journal 7/19/09: Cape Cod National Seashore
    • South District Interpreter Suzanne Haley talks about the Summer Speaker Series being offered at the Cape Cod National Seashore.
  • Sunday Journal 7/19/09: 2009 CCBL All-Star game
    • All hands are on deck for the 2009 Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star game that will be played at Fenway Park in Boston on Thursday night, returning there after a 22 year hiatus
  • Sunday Journal 7/12/09: Come Together Art Tour
    • Yoko Ono speaks with Will Crocker about the Come Together art tour that includes artwork from John Lennon being displayed at the Vineyard Mansion House beginning Friday, July 17th.
  • Sunday Journal 7/12/09: Barnstable County Fair
    • General Manager Wendy Brown and Chip Bishop discuss the highlights of the 2009 Barnstable County Fair, a 9-day event that begins on July 17th.
  • Sunday Journal 7/12/09: Hyannis Sound
    • We bring you behind the scenes of Hyannis Sound, the all-male college-aged acapella group making the rounds this summer across Cape Cod.
  • Sunday Journal 7/5/09: Cape Cares
    • We hear from the group that just returned from Honduras, escaping a Presidential coupe that took place while they were providing medical treatment for those in need. Lisa Scapellati of the group Cape Cares joins us along with a Falmouth family who took part in the outreach mission.
  • Sunday Journal 7/5/09: BHS Shakespeare
    • Barnstable’s Drama Club joins us in studio to talk about this weekend’s Free Shakespeare show that will be taking place every Sunday throughout the month of July.
  • Sunday Journal 7/5/09: Jeff Perry
    • State Representative Jeff Perry joins us to talk about the upcoming Oxycontin and Heroin Commission forum, taking place at Barnstable High School next week. We’ll also talk about the recent ethics-reform bill just signed on Beacon Hill.
  • Sunday Journal 6/28/09: 88th annual Pow Wow
    • We welcome for the first time, Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe chairman Cedric Cromwell and discuss the 2009 Pow Wow being held at tribal headquarters on July 3rd, 4th and 5th.
  • Sunday Journal 6/28/09: 4th of July parades
    • We talk with the Carrara family who re-started the 4th of July parade in Bourne a few years back and also welcome the organizers of 11th annual 4th of July Parade in Hyannis.
  • Sunday Journal 6/28/09: Cape Cod Center for Women
    • We talk with Mary Starr, Executive Director of the Cape Cod Center for Women, and a recent client who is ready to move on with her life following a 4 month stay at the center.
  • Sunday Journal 6/21/09: Fun Run
    • Light program helps developmentally challenged individuals as they deal with the death of a loved one. The first annual “Fun Run” will be held on June 27th along the Cape Cod Canal.
  • Sunday Journal 6/21/09: Best Night of the Year
    • Rich Brothers, Rick Angellini and Larry Squier talk about the 11th annual Best Night of the Year scheduled for June 28th at the Willowbend Country Club in Mashpee.
  • Sunday Journal 6/21/09: Free Summer Lunch Program
    • Barnstable County Human Services Director Beth Albert reveals where the open lunch distribution centers are located for this years free summer lunch program.
  • Sunday Journal 6/14/09: Tick and Lyme Disease
    • It is that time of year to beware of ticks and take proper precautions. Today we speak with Tick and Lyme Disease Education Specialist, David Simser.
  • Sunday Journal 6/14/09: Gosnold on Cape Cod
    • Gosnold on Cape Cod is making a comeback after a fire at the Cataumet facility earlier this week. Gosnold C.E.O. and President Ray Tamasi joins us to provide an update.
  • Sunday Journal 6/14/09: Americorps Cape Cod Program
    • Americorps Cape Cod Program Coordinator Mary Lawrence talks about the growth of Americorps Cape Cod over the last ten years and why volunteers are headed to Boston.