Sunday Journal – 2012 Topics

  • Provincetown Fitness Challenge – Sunday Journal 12/30/2012
    • Personal Trainer Denise Gaylord, and participants Jennifer Cabral and Ian Leahy talk about this year’s 12-week community challenge to get fit.
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  • Hunt for Hopper – Sunday Journal 12/30/2012
    • Brewster resident Girard Smith talks about his search for what may have inspired Edward Hopper’s painting ‘October on Cape Cod’ and about his Truro childhood near the Hopper family.
  • Hyannis Transit Changes – Sunday Journal 12/30/2012
    • Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority Administrator Tom Cahir discusses plans to develop the area round the Hyannis Transportation Center.
  • Therapy Dogs Christmas – Sunday Journal 12/23/2012
    • Gina Hayes of Cape Cod Therapy Dogs joins us to talk about her program and their doggie ‘Christmas Story’ pageant at Cape Cod Museum of Natural History on December 29.
  • King Arthur Flour – Sunday Journal 12/23/2012
    • Sandwich resident and King Arthur Flour recipe-writer P.J. Hamel talks about the ingredients for successful holiday baking.
  • Snow Globes – Sunday Journal 12/23/2012
    • The Sandwich Glass Museum’s Director Katharine Campbell joins us to discuss their exhibit on Snow Globes and the history of these fun holiday staples.
  • Good Tidings Campaign – Sunday Journal 12/16/2012
    • Amy Levine and Mark McCartin from United Way, along with Andi Genser from We Can, discuss the Good Tidings Holiday Giving Campaign.
  • Homeless Memorial Night – Sunday Journal 12/16/2012
    • Local advocates talk about the Cape’s homeless problem, what progress has been made and what still needs to be done, in honor of Homeless Memorial Night on Friday, Dec. 21st.
  • Anti-bullying in Mashpee – Sunday Journal 12/16/2012
    • Mashpee junior Melanie Sanders, sophomore Tea Moulton-Childs, and counselor John Dolen talk about their ‘chain reaction’ of kindness as part of the nation-wide ‘Rachel’s Challenge.’
  • Hanukkah – Sunday Journal 12/09/2012
    • Rabbi David Freelund of the Cape Cod Synagogue in Hyannis talks about the origins of Hanukkah and how the celebration has grown and changed over time.
  • First Night Sandwich – Sunday Journal 12/09/2012
    • First Night Sandwich co-founder Neila Neary and co-sponsor Paula Johnson talk about the town’s inaugural New Year’s Eve arts festival.
  • New Fishing Boundaries – Sunday Journal 12/02/2012
    • To protect marine habitats, the New England Fisheries Management Council is proposing changes to fishing boundaries. Tom Dempsey, Cape Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association provides an update.
  • Cape Cod’s Hungry – Sunday Journal 12/02/2012
    • Mary Anderson, Executive Director of the Family Pantry of Cape Cod in Harwich, talks about how the issue of hunger is affecting Cape residents.
  • Turtle Strandings – Sunday Journal 12/02/2012
    • Every year dozens of turtles strand on Cape beaches. Robert Prescott of the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary talks about why, and what to do when a turtle strands.
  • Sturgis’ MIT award – Sunday Journal 11/25/2012
    • Sarah Correia, Ryley Newton, and Jack Perry students from Sturgis West Charter Public School talk about their Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam Grant and animal saving invention.
  • Cape Cod Village – Sunday Journal 11/25/2012
    • Orleans parents Lauren and Bob Jones talk about their efforts to create a community specifically designed for adults with autism. It would be the first of its kind on Cape Cod.
  • Hyannis Then & Now – Sunday Journal 11/25/2012
    • Author Janet M. Daly discusses her latest book ‘Hyannis: Then & Now’ which looks at how the village changed from the 1800’s to the present day.
  • Plimoth Plantation Thanksgiving – Sunday Journal 11/18/2012
    • Plimoth Plantation’s Richard Pickering takes us back in history for a special Thanksgiving segment.
  • Eye on the Sixties – Sunday Journal 11/18/2012
    • LIFE Magazine photographer Rowland Scherman talks about his prolific career, and filmmaker Chris Szwedo about an upcoming PBS documentary on Scherman’s life and work.
  • Post-Storm Birding – Sunday Journal 11/18/2012
    • Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary Science Coordinator Mark Faherty talks about the unusual birds blown in by Hurricane Sandy and the post-election day Nor’easter.
  • Nam Vets Association – Sunday Journal 11/11/2012
    • Merrill Blum, Director of the Nam Vets Association of the Cape and Islands, discusses the challenges veterans face and the group’s efforts to rebuild their flood ravaged Grace Center in Mashpee.
  • Nitrogen Hurts Salt Marshes – Sunday Journal 11/11/2012
    • Linda Deegan, a scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, talks about her landmark study highlighting how nitrogen erodes marshlands.
  • Scott Brown – Sunday Journal 11/04/2012
    • Incumbent Republican U.S. Senator Scott Brown talks about his bid for re-election.
      (Note: Elizabeth Warren respectfully declined request for interview.)
  • Ballot Questions 1 and 2 – Sunday Journal 11/04/2012
    • Cape Cod Community College professor and political analyst Mark Forest talks about “Right to Repair” and “Death with Dignity.”
  • Ballot Question 3 – Sunday Journal 11/04/2012
    • We continue our discussion of the state-wide ballot questions with Cape Cod Community College professor and political analyst Mark Forest with a look at “Medical Marijuana.”
  • Citizens United – Sunday Journal 11/04/2012
    • We finish our discussion of the ballot questions with Cape Cod Community College professor and political analyst Mark Forest with a look at a local ballot question on “Citizens United.”
  • Cemetery Art – Sunday Journal 10/28/2012
    • Our cemeteries are places of respite, mourning and also art. Photographer John Thomas Grant talks about his new book ‘Final Thoughts,’ a collection of his photos capturing cemetery art.
  • Therese Murray – Sunday Journal 10/28/2012
    • Senate President Therese Murray joins us in studio to talk about her work representing the Plymouth and Barnstable District and her campaign for re-election.
  • Tom Keyes – Sunday Journal 10/28/2012
    • Republican challenger Tom Keyes talks about his campaign for the State Senate seat in the Plymouth and Barnstable District.
  • Mary Pat Flynn – Sunday Journal 10/21/2012
    • Incumbent Democrat Mary Pat Flynn addresses wastewater issues, county governance and more as she talks about her reelection bid as one of three Barnstable County Commissioners.
  • Eric Steinhilber – Sunday Journal 10/21/2012
    • For Republican challenger Eric Steinhilber the issue in this election is wastewater. He talks about that, and his campaign for election as one of three Barnstable County Commissioners.
  • Sheila Lyons – Sunday Journal 10/21/2012
    • Incumbent Democrat Sheila Lyons talks about her reelection bid for Barnstable County Commissioners. She addresses county governance, wastewater issues and more. Two seats are open on the three-member board.
  • Congressman Bill Keating – Sunday Journal 10/14/2012
    • Incumbent Democratic Congressman Bill Keating talks about his run for re-election in the newly-drawn 9th Congressional District.
  • Christopher Sheldon – Sunday Journal 10/14/2012
    • Republican Candidate Christopher Sheldon discusses his campaign for the newly-drawn 9th Congressional District seat.
  • Nauset Community Read – Sunday Journal 10/14/2012
    • Orleans Elementary School teacher Martha Jenkins and Eastham Public Librarian Fran McLaughlin talk about how the Nauset Regional School District’s community-wide read is based on the theme of giving.
  • Randy Hunt – Sunday Journal 10/07/2012
    • Republican incumbent candidate Randy Hunt discusses his campaign for State Representative in the 5th Barnstable District.
  • Patrick Ellis – Sunday Journal 10/07/2012
    • Democratic candidate Patrick Ellis discusses his campaign for State Representative in the 5th Barnstable District.
  • Heroes In Transition – Sunday Journal 10/07/2012
    • Heroes in Transition founders Ken and Cindy Jones tell us all about the organization’s work to help veterans as they return to civilian life and its upcoming gala.
  • Family Law Project – Sunday Journal 09/30/2012
    • The Family Law Project trains attorneys then pairs them with low income women in need of legal advice. We talk with Assistant District Attorney Lisa Edmonds and Attorney Carrie Woods about the program.
  • Art of Recovery – Sunday Journal 09/30/2012
    • Angela Shepherd and Cyndi DiNardo from Gosnold at Emerson House, and Steve Brown from the Cape Cod Justice for Youth Collaborative talk about an art exhibit by inmates and recovering addicts.
  • The Lost Ports of Cape Cod – Sunday Journal 09/30/2012
    • Cape Cod Maritime Museum Executive Director Janet Preston and local artist Kenneth Evans discuss the museum’s latest exhibit, “The Lost Ports of Cape Cod.”
  • Sandwich Schools Changes – Sunday Journal 09/23/2012
    • Superintendent Dr. Richard Canfield talks about his plan to create a STEM academy and move 7th and 8th graders to the Sandwich High School.
  • Parents Supporting Parents – Sunday Journal 09/23/2012
    • The founder of Parents Supporting Parents, Lisa Murphy and Linda Decker with the Aids Support Group of Cape Cod, tell us about the group and an upcoming vigil.
  • Cape Verde Exhibit – Sunday Journal 09/23/2012
    • Shirley Gomes of the Cape Verdean Historical Trust and Jane Martin of the Harwich Historical Society discuss an exhibit on Cape Verdean culture and its impact on Cape Cod.
  • Human Rights Commission – Sunday Journal 09/16/2012
    • Chair John Reed, and Coordinator Elenita Muniz talk about the Barnstable County Human Rights Commission and why it is needed on Cape Cod.
  • The Lion and the Journalist – Sunday Journal 09/16/2012
    • Mashpee writer Chip Bishop discusses his latest book “The Lion and the Journalist: The Unlikely Friendship of Theodore Roosevelt and Joseph Bucklin Bishop.”
  • Climate Change – Sunday Journal 09/16/2012
    • Jeffress Williams, scientist emeritus with the U.S. Geological Survey talks about how climate change is affecting Cape Cod.
  • Emergency Preparedness Day – Sunday Journal 09/09/2012
    • Barnstable County Emergency Preparedness Committee Member Amy Wallace talks about how the Cape gets ready for an emergency and a local Emergency Preparation open house for families.
  • Language of Flowers – Sunday Journal 09/09/2012
    • New York Times bestselling author Vanessa Diffenbaugh talks about her book The Language of Flowers and the Camellia Network, a charity she founded to help foster kids.
  • Day of Giving – Sunday Journal 09/09/2012
    • Lisa McNeil from Cape Cod Volunteers and Amy Levine of the Cape and Islands United Way discuss the Day of Caring as well as ways local folks can take part.
  • Seaside Le Mans – Sunday Journal 09/02/2012
    • DeWitt Davenport, founder of the Seaside Le Mans, Beth Patkoske, event director, and John Curley, president of Curley Direct, talk about the 12th annual race to raise money for local charities.
  • War of 1812 – Sunday Journal 09/02/2012
    • The War of 1812 has been called America’s second War of Independence. Local historians Dick Legrand, Duncan Oliver and Bob Leaversuch talk about Cape Cod’s role in the war.
  • Earth-Sheltered Architecture – Sunday Journal 09/02/2012
    • We talk with Chris Powicki of the Cape and Islands Renewable Energy Collaborative about Earth-Sheltered Architecture, making homes more energy efficient, and the latest trends in renewable energy.
  • Emergency Traffic Plan – Sunday Journal 8/26/2012
    • Rich LaTour and Peter Judge of the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency explain the Cape Cod Emergency Traffic Plan.
  • Prescription Monitoring Program – Sunday Journal 8/26/2012
    • We chat with State Representative Randy Hunt and State Senator John Kennan about new legislation that requires doctors to join a prescription monitoring program.
  • Groundwater Science – Sunday Journal 8/26/2012
    • A conversation with Dr. Matt Charette from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute about his research regarding how groundwater contaminants end up in our oceans.
  • National Marine Life Center – Sunday Journal 8/19/2012
    • The National Marine Life Center received federal approval to rehabilitate Sea Turtles; we’ll talk to President Kathy Zagzebski, Animal Care Coordinator, Kate Shaffer and Katherine Hurd, Mermaid Ball Chairperson about the designation.
  • Cape Cod PAL – Sunday Journal 8/19/2012
    • Cape Cod PAL’s Executive Director, Shelly Farrar, joins us to talk about the organization and how recent budget shortfalls may force them to drop programs that many Cape families depend on.
  • Ready, Set, Mom – Sunday Journal 8/19/2012
    • We’re getting moms ready for back to school with tips from an expert. We’ll chat with Rebecca Bunce, a Certified Personal Coach, about how to talk to kids so kids will listen.
  • Centerville Library Expansion – Sunday Journal 8/12/2012
    • We’ll talk with the Director of the Centerville Library, Beth Butler and the Capital Campaign Co-Chair Dr. Cormac Coyle about the library’s expansion project.
  • Ticks – Sunday Journal 8/12/2012
    • Entomologist Larry Dapsis talks about ticks–how they bite, when they bite and what illnesses they can pass on to humans.
  • Up with People – Sunday Journal 8/12/2012
    • We talk with Katie Walker and Diego Castro-Lopez from Up with People about their upcoming concert in Barnstable, service activities around the Cape, and their search for host families.
  • Renewable Energy – Sunday Journal 8/05/2012
    • We talk with John Miller, the Executive Director of the New England Energy Center about the economic and environmental impacts ocean based renewable energy will have on the region.
  • Stand Down Cape Cod – Sunday Journal 8/05/2012
    • We talk about Stand Down Cape Cod with Elyse Degroot, Duffy Spokesperson, Merril Blum, Executive Director of the Veterans Outreach Center, Larry Brown, Cape Cod Academy Teacher, and Duffy client Rick Raymond join us.
  • Naukabout – Sunday Journal 8/05/2012
    • We talk to Jeff Conley, the organizer of the Naukabout Festival.
  • Falmouth Road Race – Sunday Journal 7/29/2012
    • More than 10,000 people run each year in the Falmouth Road Race. Race founder Tommy Leonard, and Board of Directors President Scott Ghelfi talk about 40 years of racing.
  • Parkinson Disease – Sunday Journal 7/29/2012
    • We chat with Chris Ludwig about living with Parkinson Disease and her book ‘Notes from Movers and Shakers with Parkinson.’
  • Pan-Mass Challenge – Sunday Journal 7/29/2012
    • We talk with Pan-Mass participants Glenn Mathieu and Jeff Goldstein about the bike-a-thon that raises money for cancer research and patient care.
  • Against the Tide – Sunday Journal 7/22/2012
    • Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition spokesperson Cheryl Osimo, Attorney John Manoog and Cardi’s Furniture spokesperson Benjamin DeCastro talk about the 20th annual fundraiser to fight breast cancer.
  • Clint Hill Part 1/2 – Sunday Journal 7/22/2012
    • Former Secret Service Agent Clint Hill and journalist Lisa McCubbin talk about Hill’s best-selling memoir ‘Mrs. Kennedy and Me.’
  • Clint Hill Part 2/2 – Sunday Journal 7/22/2012
    • Former Secret Service Agent Clint Hill and journalist Lisa McCubbin talk about Hill’s best-selling memoir ‘Mrs. Kennedy and Me.’
  • Barnstable County Fair – Sunday Journal 7/15/2012
    • Fair General Manager Wendy Brown and Spokesperson Craig Orsi join us to give us a preview of the 168th Barnstable County Fair.
  • Summer Reading – Sunday Journal 7/15/2012
    • Vicky Titcomb and Elizabeth Merritt from Titcomb’s Bookshop in East Sandwich tell us what books we need to take with us to the beach this summer.
  • Jackie Kennedy Exhibit – Sunday Journal 7/15/2012
    • JFK Hyannis Museum co-founder and curator Rebecca Pierce-Merrick talks about the exhibit ‘Jackie Kennedy: Life on Cape Cod.’
  • Human Microbiome Project – Sunday Journal 7/08/2012
    • We talk with Susan Huse and Mitch Sogin, scientists at Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole, about their contribution to the landmark study.
  • Living with Lyme – Sunday Journal 7/08/2012
    • Experts are saying this year is one of the worst on record for deer ticks, bringing cases of Lyme Disease to nearly epidemic proportions. We talk with Cape resident Bryony Scudder about her struggle with Lyme.
  • Big Nick’s Ride – Sunday Journal 7/08/2012
    • Gold star parents Ken and Cindy Jones, Cindy Deslauriers, organizer Richard Thompson and Yarmouth Deputy Chief of Police Steven Xiarhos, talk about a charity motorcycle ride.
  • Cape Cod Writers Center Conference – Sunday Journal 7/01/2012
    • We talk with Executive Director Nancy Rubin Stuart and authors Steve Marini and Arlene Kay about this year’s offerings as this local writers conference turns 50.
  • IBM’s Smarter Planet – Sunday Journal 7/01/2012
    • You may have heard of Smarter Cape, but have you heard of Smarter Planet? IBM’s Sharon Nunes talks about this global program and how it’s helping Cape Cod embrace technology.
  • Lily Mae Harrington – Sunday Journal 7/01/2012
    • Dennis resident Lily Mae Harrington competed against more than 45,000 people to win a spot on the hit TV show, ‘Glee Project.’
  • Cyber-bullying and Online Predators – Sunday Journal 6/24/2012
    • Barnstable Detective Kevin Connolly and organizer Jenn Swaylick give tips for parents on how to help teens avoid online predators and bullies and sexting.
  • Cape Housing Outlook – Sunday Journal 6/24/2012
    • The Cape Cod Home Builders and Remodelers Assocation’s Rich Bryant and Christine Duren and Shepley Wood Product’s Tony Shepley recap the Cape’s 2012 Housing Economy Summit.
  • 4Cs Kathleen Schatzberg – Sunday Journal 6/24/2012
    • Cape Cod Community College out-going president Kathleen Schatzberg reflects on her 14-year tenure at the college.
  • Advice For Dad – Sunday Journal 6/17/2012
    • Local expert Paul Melville has advice for dads on how to have strong relationships with their kids.
  • Summer Grilling Special – Sunday Journal 6/17/2012
    • Local Chef Michael Martir gives us some new grilling tips and recipes.
  • Summer Concert Series – Sunday Journal 6/17/2012
    • We take a look at the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod’s Summer Concert Series with Executive Director Kevin Howard.
  • Novel Vineyard Lawyer – Sunday Journal 6/17/2012
    • We talk with A.J. Cushner about his new book, Jake Dellahunt, Vineyard Lawyer.
  • Four Seas History – Sunday Journal 6/10/2012
    • We chat with Heather Wysocki about her new book that details the history of one of the Cape’s most favorite Ice Cream spots, Four Seas.
  • Organic Farms Everywhere – Sunday Journal 6/10/2012
    • We talk with Registered Dietician Nicole Cormier and Farmer James Lough about their documentary that chronicles organic farms across the country.
  • Advanced Placement Classes – Sunday Journal 6/10/2012
    • We chat with Barnstable High School Principal Patrick Clark and Barnstable’s Math Curriculum Coordinator Kristen Harmon about the district’s Advanced Placement Program.
  • Kids Summer Activities – Sunday Journal 6/03/2012
    • Patti Maschado, Director of Leisure Services, Joe Izzo, Hyannis Youth and Community Center GM and John Gleason, Program Coordinator talk about summer activities for kids in Barnstable.
  • Homeowners’ Insurance – Sunday Journal 6/03/2012
    • Paula Aschettino, chair of Citizens for Homeowners Insurance Reform, talks about her campaign to get public rate hearings for the private homeowner’s insurance industry.
  • Kids in Government – Sunday Journal 6/03/2012
    • Falmouth High School Senior Thomas Moakley, Lawrence Innovation School student Michael Wheeler, and Representative David Viera talk about student Town Meeting and House of Representatives.
  • Memorial Day – Sunday Journal 5/27/2012
    • Thousands of flags will fly at the National Cemetery for Memorial Day. Paul Monti talks about his campaign to place flags in honor of his son, Sgt. Jared Monti.
  • Technology for Better Living – Sunday Journal 5/27/2012
    • Smart phones, Facebook, Wifi. Technology is integral to modern life, but it can be confusing for seniors. Nancy Chen and Jennifer True talk about a conference empowering seniors with technology.
  • Stonewall Riots – Sunday Journal 5/27/2012
    • We talk with David Velasco-Bernudez and Bob Isadore about how the Stonewall Riots changed history for gay men and lesbians, and where the gay rights movement is today.
  • CVEC-CLC Report – Sunday Journal 5/20/2012
    • Ron Bergstrom, Speaker of the Assembly of Delegates, talks about a recent report criticizing the relationship between the Cape Light Compact and the Cape and Vineyard Electric Cooperative.
  • Norman Rockwell – Sunday Journal 5/20/2012
    • Take a tour of the Norman Rockwell “Beyond the Easel” Exhibit with Ellen Spear, Executive Director of the Heritage Museum and Garden.
  • Coyotes – Sunday Journal 5/20/2012
    • Love them or hate them, coyotes are a part of the Cape’s ecosystem. We talk with researcher and author Jonathan Way about how and where coyotes live.
  • Provincetown Art Colony – Sunday Journal 5/13/2012
    • Cape Cod Museum of Art’s Liz Hunter and the Provincetown Art Commission’s Stephen Borkowski talk about “Tides of Provincetown,” the most extensive exhibit of the Provincetown Art Colony to date.
  • Pathmaker’s Program – Sunday Journal 5/13/2012
    • Programming Director Mary Jaynes, Pathmaker Amy Peters, and Mentor P.J. Rainwater talk about We Can’s Pathmaker’s Program.
  • Wastewater Solutions – Sunday Journal 5/13/2012
    • Executive Director of the Cape Cod Commission, Paul Niedzwiecki talks about a new tool that will help lawmakers and residents compare wastewater options.
  • Route 6 Construction – Sunday Journal 5/06/2012
    • We talk with Tom Cahir of the Canal Area Regional Traffic Task Force and Larry Davis with the Army Corps of Engineers about construction on Route 6.
  • Wicked Tuna – Sunday Journal 5/06/2012
    • Captain Ralph Wilkins talks about his role on National Geographic’s hit TV reality show, “Wicked Tuna.”
  • Figawi Ball – Sunday Journal 5/06/2012
    • Leo Fein President of Figawi Charities, Chris Standish Co-Chair of the Figawi Ball, Amy Harwood Marketing Manager for the Hyannis Youth and Community Center and Joe Izzo HYCC’s General Manager join us.
  • Vineyard Power (part 1) – Sunday Journal 4/29/2012
    • Vineyard Power Cooperative’s Richard Andre and Paul Pimentel talk about how residents on Martha’s Vineyard can reduce their carbon footprint by developing and building renewable energy.
  • Vineyard Power (part 2) – Sunday Journal 4/29/2012
    • Vineyard Power Cooperative’s Richard Andre and Paul Pimentel talk about how residents on Martha’s Vineyard can reduce their carbon footprint by developing and building renewable energy.
  • Domestic Violence (part 1) – Sunday Journal 4/29/2012
    • Assistant District Attorney Lisa Edmonds, Dennis Police Chief Mike Whalen, Officer Craig Stevenson, and Victims Services Coordinator Deborah Thompson talk about how they are cracking down on domestic violence.
  • Domestic Violence (part 2) – Sunday Journal 4/29/2012
    • Assistant District Attorney Lisa Edmonds, Dennis Police Chief Mike Whalen, Officer Craig Stevenson, and Victims Services Coordinator Deborah Thompson talk about how they are cracking down on domestic violence.
  • Elder Transportation – Sunday Journal 4/22/2012
    • Giving up the keys can be tough for senior citizens. Brewster-based authors Warren and Dr. Alice Smith talk about their how-to transportation guide for older Americans.
  • Duffy Health Center – Sunday Journal 4/22/2012
    • Duffy CEO Heidi Nelson, Spokesperson Elyse Degroot, Barnstable County Commissioner Sheila Lyons and Human Services Director Beth Albert talk about the organization and its work to prevent homelessness.
  • Horizons For Homeless – Sunday Journal 4/22/2012
    • We chat with Meghan Schafer with Horizons for Homeless Children and volunteer Lauren Abraham about working with homeless children in shelters on Cape Cod.
  • Operation Military Kids – Sunday Journal 4/15/2012
    • We talk with Ruth Provost, of the Cape’s Boys and Girls Club, and military mom and daughter Lauren and Jenn Scherra about this special day to honor military kids.
  • Team M25 – Sunday Journal 4/15/2012
    • They call themselves renegades; they go ‘under the radar’ to help the Cape’s homeless. Dan McCullough talks about the group “Team M25″.
  • Provincetown Fitness Challenge – Sunday Journal 4/15/2012
    • Personal Trainer Denise Gaylord, and participants Molly Nelson and Lisa Colley join us again to talk about the challenge and if they’ve reached their goals.
  • Architects and Affordable Housing – Sunday Journal 4/08/2012
    • What role do architects play in developing affordable housing? We talk with Cape architects Mary-Ann Agresti and Alison Alessi, and Gisele Gauthier, housing development director at Housing Assistance Corporation.
  • Small Wind – Sunday Journal 4/08/2012
    • Small wind turbines can have a big impact–if sited properly. Megan Amsler, from the Small Wind Certification Council, and Peter McPhee, from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, explain.
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – Sunday Journal 4/08/2012
    • Veterans are not the only ones who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Dr. Kathy Davis and Sgt. Josh Bound talk about how the disorder affects policemen and women.
  • Sunday Journal 04/01/12: Heart Health
    • Dr. Alanna Coolang and her patient Kathryn Fair talk about heart disease in women and how to spot the warning signs.
  • Sunday Journal 04/01/12: Vivitrol Pilot Program
    • Sheriff Jim Cummings talks about a new pilot program that is helping inmates get clean and sober using vivitrol.
  • Sunday Journal 04/01/12: Being an Active Citizen
    • David Karam talks about what inspired him to get involved in the local community as an active citizen.
  • Sunday Journal 03/25/12: Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant
    • How safe is Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant? The plant’s owner wants to renew its license for 20 years. We talk with State Senator Dan Wolfe and Mary Lampert, of Pilgrim Watch.
  • Sunday Journal 03/25/12: Ocean Quest
    • We talk with Ocean Quest’s Jeff Avery and Sturgis Charter Public School Senior Nathan Dyer about sending students to sea for science.
  • Sunday Journal 03/25/12: Girls’ Night Out
    • Celebrate Women/Girls’ Night Out isn’t just about fun, it’s about empowering women. We learn more about this popular annual event from Cape Cod Magazine Associate Publisher, Liz Rabideau.
  • Sunday Journal 03/18/12:   Small Business Expansion
    • Bank of Cape Cod CEO, Tim Telman, and VP of Dealer Operations for Hyannis Toyota and Kia of Cape Cod, Bryan Scarpellini, talk about business expansions despite the down economy.
  • Sunday Journal 03/18/12: Heroes Breakfast
    • The Executive Director of the Cape and Islands Chapter of the American Red Cross Hilary Greene talks all about the 10th annual Heroes Breakfast.
  • Sunday Journal 03/18/12: Herring Fishery
    • Bob St. Pierre, a commercial fisherman and Patrick Paquette with the Massachusetts Striped Bass Association talk about yet another set of fisheries hearings this month. This time it’s about herring.
  • Sunday Journal 03/11/12: Cape Women in Business
    • June Bertucci, of the American Business Women’s Association Cape Cod and Pamela Pollock, of the Cape’s Commission on the Status of Women, discuss challenges women face balancing career, family and lifestyle.
  • Sunday Journal 03/11/12: China Through My Eyes
    • Producer Andrew Buckley and Director Jennifer Sexton talk about the documentary featuring two Cape Cod children and their trip to China.
  • Sunday Journal 03/11/12: Creative Collaborative Conference
    • Arts Foundation of Cape Cod Executive Director Kevin Howard talks about bringing the Cape’s artists together for the 5th annual Creative Collaborative Conference.
  • Sunday Journal 03/04/12: Cape Cod St. Patrick’s Day Parade
    • Members of the Cape Cod St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee, Tom MacCormaic, Ed Tierney and Ken McGilvren, fill us in on all the details of this year’s festivities scheduled for March 10th.
  • Sunday Journal 03/04/12: Chatham 300 Celebration
    • Chatham 300 Committee member Danielle Jeanloz talks about the town’s 300th birthday celebration.
  • Sunday Journal 03/04/12: Drug Free Communities
    • Drug Free Communities Program Director, Tim Cumings, talks about the importance of empowering kids so they stay off drugs.
  • Sunday Journal 03/04/12: Virtual Job Fair
    • Executive Director of the Cape and Islands Workforce Investment Board, David Augustinho, and the Director of the Career Opportunities Center, Chris Dower, tell us about a virtual job fair taking place March 22 – 28, 2012.
  • Sunday Journal 02/26/12: Cape Cod Symphony Youth Orchestra
    • Music and education combine in a conversation with Cape Cod Symphony Youth Orchestra Conductor Joan Landry, participant Carolyn Capparella, and Stephanie Weaver, managing director of Cape Cod Conservatory.
  • Sunday Journal 02/26/12: Prescription Drug Abuse Bill
    • State Representative Randy Hunt, Gosnold on Cape Cod President Ray Tamasi and Barnstable County Sheriff Jim Cummings talk about a new bill to stem prescription drug abuse.
  • Sunday Journal 02/26/12: Whale Disentanglers
    • Scott Landry is one of five whale disentanglers in the world. He discusses how he disentangles whales for the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies.
  • Sunday Journal 02/19/12: Cape Cod Business Survey
    • Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce officials talk about the results of the Cape Cod Business Survey, which includes information on the kinds of businesses on the Cape.
  • Sunday Journal 02/19/12: Mass Maritime Academy Sea Term
    • T.S. Kennedy ship physician, Jeffrey Cukor, talks about the sea term and a special service project to help an Ecuadorian hospital.
  • Sunday Journal 02/19/12: Iraq War Veteran
    • Iraq war veteran Steven Johnson talks about his experiences in Iraq and how he feels about the end of the war.
  • Sunday Journal 02/12/12: Post-partum Depression
    • Hear how some new moms struggle with post-partum depression in a conversation with Mary Wilson of the Families United Network Program.
  • Sunday Journal 02/12/12: Shelter from the Storm
    • Elyse DeGroot from Duffy Health Center and students Sage Ingram, Kim Keating, Ben Taylor along with teacher Larry Brown from Cape Cod Academy talk about the Shelter from the Storm concert to raise money for homeless vets.
  • Sunday Journal 02/12/12: Pendleton
    • Re-live one of the most daring Coast Guard rescues in US history. It’s the 60th anniversary of the Pendleton disaster and we remember that fateful night in 1952 with Chatham Coast Guard Station’s Chief Boatswain’s Mate Erik Watson.
  • Sunday Journal 02/05/12: Cotuit Center for the Arts
    • David Keuhn, Executive Director of the Cotuit Center for the Arts talks about their jam-packed calendar.
  • Sunday Journal 02/05/12: Small Business Lending
    • Dorothy Savarese, CEO of Cape Cod Five, talks about the challenges small businesses face in getting a loan, and the challenges banks face in lending.
  • Sunday Journal 02/05/12: Black History month
    • John Reed of Zion Union Heritage Museum talks about the Cape’s African American history in celebration of Black History month.
  • Sunday Journal 01/29/12: Dolphin Strandings
    • Katie Moore from the International Fund for Animal Welfare talks about the high number of dolphin strandings on Cape Cod beaches and how researchers are responding.
  • Sunday Journal 01/29/12: Provincetown Fitness Challenge
    • Personal Trainer Denise Gaylord, and this year’s participants Lisa Colley and Molly Nelson talk about the Provincetown Fitness Challenge.
  • Sunday Journal 01/29/12: March of Dimes
    • Dick Sullivan, Founder of the Cape and Islands March of Dimes Division, and Southeast Director Diane Pratt talk about the country’s longest running community telethon for the March of Dimes.
  • Sunday Journal 01/22/12: Homeowners Insurance
    • Paula Aschettino, of the Cape’s Citizens for Homeowners Insurance Reform, talks about the FAIR plan and proposed insurance rate increases for homeowners.
  • Sunday Journal 01/22/12: SmarterCape
    • Bert Jackson, Wendy Northcross, and Felicia Penn talk about SmarterCape, a partnership focusing on technology to drive economic growth.
  • Sunday Journal 01/22/12: Chamber of Commerce
    • CEO Wendy Northcross and Board Chair Dorothy Savarese explain how the strategic plan of the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce uses teamwork to promote economic success.
  • Sunday Journal 01/15/12: Addiction Treatment
    • Gosnold Executive Director Ray Tamasi explains the treatment options for those suffering from opiate addiction as well as the challenges of getting loved ones into treatment.
  • Sunday Journal 01/15/12: OpenCape
    • Dan Gallagher, CEO of OpenCape discusses the status of the broadband project for our region.
  • Sunday Journal 01/15/12: Going Green
    • Jeff and Patrick Ehart of Cape Cod Commercial Linen Service explain their conversion to become a green business.
  • Sunday Journal 01/08/12: Chris Herren
    • Former Celtic Chris Herren talks about his battle with drug addiction that cost him his career, and how he is now on a mission to keep kids away from drugs.
  • Sunday Journal 01/08/12: Housing Market
    • Realtor Tom Cronin talks about the housing market on Cape Cod and how difficult it is for young people to settle down on the Cape.
  • Sunday Journal 01/08/12: Arthur Richmond
    • Author Arthur Richmond talks about his new book The Evolution of a Cape Cod House.
  • Sunday Journal 01/01/12: Sandwich Trash
    • Sandwich Town Manager Bud Dunham and Board of Selectmen Chair Frank Pannorfi talk about the Sandwich pay as you throw system for disposing of trash.
  • Sunday Journal 01/01/12: Foreclosure Prevention
    • Joe Loud from Foreclosure Prevention Advocates talks about the foreclosure epidemic and how homeowners can stay in their homes.
  • Sunday Journal 01/01/12: Moths and Ticks
    • Entomologist Larry Dapsis talks about winter moths and a troubling sign that 2012 could see a record number of Lyme disease.