Entries from Jul 2008
BARNICLE’S VIEW ON WTKK: Manny Ramirez and the Red Sox

7/30/08: Manny Ramirez and the Red Sox

Listen here: http://barnicle.969fmtalk.mobi/2008/07/30/73008-manny-ramirez.aspx

“Barnicle’s View”, with Mike Barnicle, Imus in the Morning, Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 6:55a & 8:55a.



BARNICLE’S VIEW ON WTKK: I’m Sick of That Too

7/28/08: I’m Sick of That Too: Barnicle’s tired of all interviews with Barack Obama being labeled “exclusive,” campaign polls and Massachusetts state pensions

Listen here: http://barnicle.969fmtalk.mobi/2008/07/28/72808-im-sick-of-that-too.aspx

Barnicle’s View”, with Mike Barnicle, Imus in the Morning, Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 6:55a & 8:55a.

BARNICLE’S VIEW ON WTKK: The differences in the Obama and McCain Campaigns

7/25/08: Obama and McCain Campaigns: The differences

Listen here: http://barnicle.969fmtalk.mobi/2008/07/25/72508-obamamccain-campaigns.aspx

“Barnicle’s View”, with Mike Barnicle, Imus in the Morning, Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 6:55a & 8:55a.

IMUS IN THE MORNING WITH GUEST MIKE BARNICLE

7/24/08: Imus in the Morning with Mike Barnicle

Imus talks with political analyst Mike Barnicle about the upcoming Presidential Election, exercise, the late David Halberstam, and the state of the world.

Listen here: http://www.wabcradio.com/article.asp?id=806745&spid=22807

BARNICLE’S VIEW ON WTKK: The High Cost of Gasoline

7/21/08: The high cost of gas prices … and why

Listen here: http://barnicle.969fmtalk.mobi/2008/07/21/72108-oil-prices.aspx

“Barnicle’s View”, with Mike Barnicle, Imus in the Morning, Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 6:55a & 8:55a.

BARNICLE’S VIEW ON WTKK: Race in America and the Lack of African Americans...

7/18/08: Race in America and the lack of African Americans in Baseball

Listen here: http://barnicle.969fmtalk.mobi/2008/07/18/71808-race-in-america-and-baseball.aspx

“Barnicle’s View”, with Mike Barnicle, Imus in the Morning, Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 6:55a & 8:55a.

BARNICLE’S VIEW ON WTKK: Race in America and Baseball

7/18/08: Race in America and baseball

Listen here: http://barnicle.969fmtalk.mobi/2008/07/18/71808-race-in-america-and-baseball.aspx

“Barnicle’s View”, with Mike Barnicle, Imus in the Morning, Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 6:55a & 8:55a.

BARNICLE’S VIEW ON WTKK: John McCain’s campaign

7/14/08: John McCain’s campaign and why he is so close to Barack Obama in the polls.

Listen here: http://barnicle.969fmtalk.mobi/2008/07/14/71408-sen-john-mccain.aspx

“Barnicle’s View”, with Mike Barnicle, Imus in the Morning, Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 6:55a & 8:55a.

BARNICLE’S VIEW ON WTKK: Fun Story for the Summer

7/9/08: Fun Story for the Summer: Alex Rodriguez and Madonna

Listen here: http://barnicle.969fmtalk.mobi/2008/07/09/7908-fun-story-for-the-summer.aspx

“Barnicle’s View”, with Mike Barnicle, Imus in the Morning, Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 6:55a & 8:55a.

BARNICLE’S VIEW ON WTKK: The Wimbleton Final

7/7/08: The Wimbledon Final between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.

Listen here: http://barnicle.969fmtalk.mobi/2008/07/07/7708-wimbledon.aspx

“Barnicle’s View”, with Mike Barnicle, Imus in the Morning, Monday-Wednesday-Friday, 6:55a & 8:55a.

MIKE BARNICLE KICKS OFF NANTUCKET LECTURE SERIES

Mike Barnicle will kick off the 2008 Geschke Lecture series on July 7, 8 p.m., at the Nantucket High School auditorium. Barnicle will address the theme of this year’s series which is “A Country At The Crossroads: Critical Issues Facing America.”

Barnicle is an award-winning writer and media personality. He is a political analyst for MSNBC and a frequent contributor, and occasional guest host, on the network’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” and “Morning Joe.” Barnicle can also been seen regularly on NBC’s “Today Show.”

A veteran print and broadcast journalist, he has written more than 4,000 columns collectively for the Boston Herald, New York Daily News, and The Boston Globe, where he rose to prominence with his biting, satirical, and at times, heart-wrenching columns that closely followed the triumphs, travails and ambitions of Boston’s working and middle classes.

The series continues with: former Delaware Congressman and Governor Pete du Pont on July 16, NPR political reporter Mara Liasson on July 23, Washington Post foreign relations correspondent Robin Wright on July 30 and moderator of PBS’s “Washington Week” Gwen Ifill on August 2.

Tickets are $25 for each lecture and are on sale at www.nantucketatheneum. org or at the Nantucket Atheneum, 1 India Street.