Post Tagged with: "COVID"

The Coalition Radio Focus On Business: Dave Levesque – Rhode Island’s Brewed Awakenings 12/29/20 PT2

Dave Levesque, Proprietor Extraordinaire of Brewed Awakenings, joined The Coalition Focus On Business for the second part of the evenings proceedings. Brewed’s history, their evolution from Coffee House to a full Dining Experience. And of course, the Covid Era Challenges facing any Food/Entertainment Business. We talk supply chains, employees, fixed[Read More…]

by January 9, 2021

FORMERLY INCARCERATED PEOPLE AND COMMUNITY MEMBERS CONDUCT A CAR RALLY DEMANDING AN IMMEDIATE RESPONSE TO THE COVID OUTBREAK IN RI PRISONS 

What: A car rally to demand immediate action from the Governor’s office, DOC, DOH and the AG on the COVID outbreak in the ACI. When: Friday, December 18th at 12:30 pm, during the Governor’s press conference Where: Circling Rhode Island State House Formerly incarcerated people, families of incarcerated people, and[Read More…]

by December 18, 2020

“Now Is Not The Time For Austerity”-Pat Ford Challenges Governor Gina Raimondo On Covid Era Fiscal Responsibility!

The Coalition Radio’s Pat Ford challenges Gina Raimondo over the absence of “Shared Sacrifice” after a record 12.7 Billion Dollar Budget! was proposed by Rhode Island’s General Assembly. No cuts … no reductions in force … no efficiencies … Just explosive growth for a Zombie State In Failure What Do[Read More…]

by December 12, 2020

Rhode Island Wedding & Event Professionals Meet With Commerce, Department Of Health, & Department Of Business Regulations

    Luke B Renchan on behalf of the RI Coalition of Wedding and Event Professionals Thank you for all your support. Our Rally was a success, and much of it was because of you and getting our story heard. For the last 9 months, our industry has been experiencing[Read More…]

by December 9, 2020

Who’s Telling The Truth? The Bristol Warren NEA Local? Or …. Gov Gina Raimondo’s Press Conference

The Coalition Talk Radio – Dateline September 16, 2020 Earlier today, the Bristol Warren Local of the Rhode Island NEA (National Education Association) tweeted a press release that stipulated in excess of 60 violations of the “Covid Code” necessary to promote safe, in person education. Governor Gina Raimondo & RIDE[Read More…]

by September 17, 2020

We Get Philosophical With Governor Raimondo! Weighing The Exigent Threat In Education vs. The World

As a Society, why are we willing to aggressively challenge the societal needs of children, while casting away similar concerns with adults .. our economy … Let me know what you think! Please take a moment to support independent media & subscribe to our YouTube Channel? https://youtu.be/YKlP1wEvytA The Coalition Talk[Read More…]

by September 12, 2020

Jessie Sage: Sex And Art Are The Same Thing

  “Sex and art are the same thing.”– Pablo Picasso   Last week, I wrote a piece that required me to conjure up descriptions of previous sexual experiences with my partner. Though talking about sexuality is a normal for me as a sex writer and phone sex operator, this was more[Read More…]

by August 7, 2020

Worcester Bravehearts Will Play 2020 Season in Leominster Futures League Baseball Returns to Doyle Field July 11

Worcester, MA: The Worcester Bravehearts baseball team and the City of Leominster have reached an agreement for the team to host all 19 of its FCBL home games at historic Doyle Field during the 2020 season. The move is a temporary one for the Bravehearts, who were forced to find[Read More…]

by July 7, 2020

Gov Raimondo Sets Limits To State Response To Heightening RI Municipal Pension Crisis

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo, responding to The Coalition Radio’s Pat Ford, discusses the implications of the recently released 2020 Report of the Advisory Council for Locally Administered Pension Plans. With Municipal Pension Plans, in one case, exceeding 1 Billion Dollars in unfunded liabilities, (Calculation Pre Covid Market Disruptions) in[Read More…]

by June 28, 2020

Rhode Island ACLU Sues Over Frozen Unemployment Insurance Payments

ACLU of Rhode Island cooperating attorneys Ellen Saideman and Lynette Labinger today filed a class-action lawsuit challenging the state Department of Labor and Training’s (DLT) actions in summarily freezing weekly unemployment insurance benefit payments to hundreds of Rhode Islanders without any notice or explanation. The suit was filed three weeks after reports[Read More…]

by May 27, 2020