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911: Prayer for America

911: Prayer for AmericaBy Jimmy Tingle. Written in the days following Sept. 11, 2001 There’s a hole in the tip of ManhattanA hole in the soul of America. A hole in the center of our psycheA hole in the foundation of our confidence There’s a hole in the faith of our countryThat fills churches in … Read more

Former Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh

Marty Walsh has spent his life fighting for working people, as a labor leader, as a public official and as aprivate citizen. The son of Irish immigrants, Marty was born and raised in Boston’s Dorchesterneighborhood. He started out by following in his father’s footsteps as a union construction worker, rising to becomepresident of Laborers Local … Read more

Ding Ho Comedy Club 40th Anniversary Reunion Part 1

The Ding Ho Comedy Club 40th Anniversary Reunion Replay To Donate to help support Helen Crimmins Ongoing Medical Expenses, Click Here A Boston comedy star-studded event with all proceeds to benefit Helen Crimmins, wife of the late, great Barry Crimmins. The show consists of interviews, clips and comedic riffs from a monolithic lineup of comics, … Read more

“Going Back to T-Town” with Carmen Fields! The Tulsa Massacre and The Ernie Fields Territory Big Band.

This Week on The Jimmy Tingle Show… I talked to journalist, producer and author Carmen Fields about her PBS Documentary “Goin’ back to T – Town” about the 1921 “Tulsa race massacre” in the Greenwood district of Tulsa, OK also known as Black Wallstreet. A native of Tulsa, Carmen and I also discuss her new … Read more

The Soul and The Sea, with Author Benig Mauger

I recently was able to connect with a special guest, Benig Mauger, hailing from the picturesque Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland. Benig enlightens us on her unique approach of blending Jungian psychology and spirituality to accomplish higher states of peace and introspection. She shares about her journey and the transformative power of connecting with nature, … Read more

Congressman Bill Keating

Join us in an insightful discussion with Congressman Bill Keating, covering significant challenges in his district, environmental concerns at the state level, and top policy debates in Washington D.C. We delve into the complexities of the debt ceiling, the international dynamics around Ukraine, and evaluate the Democrats’ actions since they’ve taken control of the house. … Read more

Voices of Service: MetroWest Legal Services

In this episode, we chat with Betsy Soulé, the Executive Director of MetroWest Legal Services, who brings 35 years of tireless service to those in need. We delve into the organization’s impact, from providing free legal services to low-income individuals and families, to their vast immigration program aiding survivors of domestic violence, unaccompanied minors, and … Read more

Stop Handgun Violence with John Rosenthal

Welcome to our 50th episode! In this show, we talk to people making a positive impact in Massachusetts and beyond. Today’s guest is John Rosenthal, a gun safety advocate known for his powerful billboard near Fenway Park, which displayed a running tally of children killed by gun violence. As the co-founder of Stop Handgun Violence, … Read more

My Brother Garrett, Boston Marathoner for Good.

I want you to meet my younger brother Garrett. He is running his 27th Boston marathon on April 17. Next Monday, it will also be his 40th marathon in total. He started running in 1986. And for the last few years, he’s been running on behalf of the heather Abbott Foundation. Connect with Garret Tingle … Read more

From Abuse to Forgiveness, with Geoff Thompson

This week’s video podcast is on the topic of forgiveness. Our guest, Geoff Thompson, is a sexual abuse survivor, best-selling author, screenwriter, and martial arts expert. He shares his riveting experience, hope, and love in his new book “99 Reasons to Forgive and Revenge Ain’t One.” In the spirit of the holidays, we sat down … Read more

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