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After House Speaker Gordon Fox told a forum that everyone knew that the money was for 38 Studios, several Representives joined Dan to say they did not know.
Bill Fischer from the RI Democratic Party Joined Dan to discuss President Obama's endorsment of Congressman Cicilline in his race against Republican Brendan Doherty.
Bill Fischer, spokesman for the Democratic Party in Rhode Island, joined Dan to discuss Doherty's press conference on Thursday.
Audio of Brendan Doherty's Press Conference on Monday September 24, 2012.
Gina Russo from the Station Fire Memorial Foundation joined Dan to say that the Foundation does not stand with Dave Kane in asking for the Station fire site be taken from it's owners via imminent domain.
Republican congressional challenger Brendan Doherty gave a speech in East Providence at the scenic overlook on September 12, 2012 refuting incumbent David Cicilline's assertations of who Doherty is and isn't.
Democrat challenger Anthony Gemma, running against David Cicilline, gave his concession speech to reporters on Tuesday, September 11, 2012.
North Providence Mayor Charlie Lombardi joined Dan to talk about the tape that WPRI's Tim White aired last Friday.
R.I. Democratic party spokesman Bill Fischer joined Dan Yorke on Wednesday, August 29th to offer his thoughts on the Cicilline-Gemma debate over WPRI-TV on Tuesday, August 28th.
Rhode Island Democratic Party chairman Ed Pacheco called in to Dan Yorke to give his reaction to Anthony Gemma's claims of voter fraud by the Cicilline campaign.
Dan Yorke Show | Phoenix news editor David Scharfenberg discusses what Anthony Gemma may have on Wednesday
Providence Phoenix news editor David Scharfenberg appeared on The Dan Yorke Show on Tuesday, August 21st to discuss what Anthony Gemma may be revealing on Wednesday, August 22nd as well as to discuss voter fraud.
Dan Yorke | State Democratic Party chairman Ed Pacheco's thoughts on what Anthony Gemma has in store
Ed Pacheco called WPRO on Friday, August 17th to give his thoughts on what Anthony Gemma might have in store on Wednesday, August 22nd.
Click here for the poll findings and interview with Gene Ulm
State Senator Ed O'Neill (I-Lincoln, North Providence & Pawtucket) called into the Dan Yorke Show on Monday, August 13th while Dan was commenting on Rep. Petrarca's appearance on WPRI-TV's Newsmakers program to say that the General Assembly should NOT be in charge of its own ethics commission (contrary to Rep. Petrarca's position). Hear Sen. O'Neill and Dan have a few laughs too!
Olympic medalist & North Kingstown resident Elizabeth Beisel joined Dan Yorke on Friday, August 10th to discuss winning 2 medals, competing against Missy Franklin & her plans for the future (thinking gold in 2016).
Steve Smith of Steve Smith & the Nakeds joined Dan Yorke on Friday, August 10th to promote Rock & Jock this weekend, August 11th & 12th.
Economic Development Foundation president Scott Gibbs & vice president/co-author Marcel Valois appeared on Dan Yorke's show on August 10th to discuss their proposal to elliminate the E.D.C..
Dan Yorke Show | R.I. Turnpike & Bridge Authority Chairman David Darlington discusses a protest scheduled about Sakonnet Bridge tolls.
R.I.T.B.A. chairman of the board David Darlington appeared on The Dan Yorke Show on Thursday, August 9th to discuss a scheduled protest about Sakonnet River Bridge tolls to clear up some misconceptions.
Dan Yorke Show | R.I. Democratic party spokesman Bill Fischer discusses Ian Prior's comments from yesterday's show
On Thursday, August 9th, R.I. Democratic party spokesman joined Dan Yorke to discuss Republican U.S. House candidate Brendan Doherty's campaign manager Ian Prior's comments on the Dan Yorke Show on Wednesday, August 8th about Representative David Ciclline's newest ad.
On Thursday, August 9th, Dan interviewed John Marion of Common Cause of R.I. about Governor Chafee's new video in which he touts business improvements of the state.
Ian Prior, the campaign manager for Brendan Doherty, called to refute claims made in Rep. Cicilline's ad.
Dan interviewed economist Ed Mazze on Wednesday, August 8th about his thoughts of Governor Chafee's new video resembling a campaign video. Dr. Mazze disagreed with Dan's take.
Event organizer Charlie Breagy & runner A.J. Acosta appeared on The Dan Yorke Show on Tuesday afternoon to discuss running outside at Exeter-West Greenwich H.S. track at 6:30 that evening to try to beat the 4-minute-mile in R.I. for the first time.
The four minute mile broken for the first time in Rhode Island at Exeter/West Greenwhich HS.
Dan Yorke interviewed North Providence mayor Charlie Lombardi about a check to a former N.P.P.D. captain, then retired & joined the fire department. The issue was over whether or not the city had to pay his $17/weekly insurance deductible.
On Thursday, August 2nd, Dan Yorke interviewed Providence City Councilman (11th ward) abouot his proposed idea to enact a curfew for those under age 15 out after 11P.M..
Dan Yorke interviewed Teny Gross of the Institute for the Study & Practice of Nonviolence about a proposed curfew by Providence councilman Davian Sanchez for kids 14 & under.
On Tuesday, July 31st, U.R.I. president Dr. Dave Dooley appeared on The Dan Yorke Show to discuss the Penn State sanctions to its football program, offer his perspective, provide context & explain how U.R.I. differs.
Dan Yorke along with guests E.D.C. member Karl Wadensten & John Bernard of Mass Ingenuity discussing how Mass Ingenuity is helping improve Oregon's small businesses & what R.I. could learn from them.
Dan Yorke's 1st-hour guest Justin Katz of the R.I. Center for Freedom & Prosperity is joined by VIBCO president Karl Wadensten discussing the R.I.C.F.P. plan to lower the minimum wage to stimulate job growth for teens. Also, a proposal to the E.D.C. is discussed.
Justin Katz of the R.I. Center for Freedom & Prosperity discusses its organization's idea to lower the minimum wage for teens to open up job opportunities with businesses that could now afford to hire on more staff.
Rhode Island College's head men's basketball coach Bob Walsh joined Dan Yorke on Monday, July 23rd to offer his thoughts & insight on Penn State's sanctions issued by the N.C.A.A. earlier that day.
R.I. Tea Party activist Chris Carmela joined Matt Allen on Wednesday, July 18th when he filled in for Dan Yorke.
Dr. Ed Mazze, Distinguished University Professor of Business Administration at University of Rhode Island, appeared on The Dan Yorke Show on Wednesday, July 11th to discuss the bankruptcy trial of 38 Studios in Delaware.
Brown University physicist Dr. Meenakshi Naraim appeared on July 5th 2012 on the Dan Yorke Show, one day after CERN in Geneva announced the discovery of a Higgs-like particle resembling the Higgs boson. Hear Dr. Naraim describe the particle, her research & what a supercollider is like!
On June 20, Outgoing State Representative Bob Watson joined Dan Yorke in studio to discuss his time in the General Assembly, his struggles, his expiriences, and his recent personal difficulties.
Dan Yorke Show | Outgoing Rep. Bob Watson calls out Attorney General Kilmartin for his role in 38 Studios deal
On June 20, Outgoing State Representative Bob Watson tells WPRO's Dan Yorke that AG Kilmartin cannot investigate the 38 Studios loan deal because he was involved as a member of house leadership.
Mike Stenhouse joined Dan for the hour to talk about why Rhode Island should do away with the sales tax.
Dan speaks with Rob Cote about the on going problems within the city of Warwick
Jim Hummel filled in for Dan and spoke with Bob Weygand and Chris Boyle about Open Land here in Rhode Island.
Local Innovator Angus Davis joined Dan in studio to give his analysis and opinion on what the 38 Studios Financial Problems. Davis also talked about why he wrote a letter to a memeber of the RIEDC Board and to a person at Moody's warning them about the state's deal with 38 Studios.
Rhode Island General Treasurer Gina Raimondo joined Dan to discuss 38 Studios financial situation and the way Governor Chafee and the EDC have handled the situation.
Former State Representative Nick Gorham joined Dan to discuss the Supreme Court's decision to uphold a previous ruling on the way legislative grants are given.
State Representative Bob Watson joined Dan to talk about what is going on with 38 Studios finances since he voted against it when it was on the House Floor.
Dr. Ed Mazze, Professor of Business Administration at the University of Rhode Island, joined Dan to talk Governor Chafee's press conference where it was announced that 38 Studios' check for over $1 million to the state has cleared and how they are changing the way tax credits are given out by the Film and Television Office.
Dr. Ed Mazze, Professor of Business Administration at the University of Rhode Island, joined Dan to talk about the latest with 38 Studios financial problems and what he would have done if he was on the EDC Board.
WPRI Pollster Joe Flemming joined Dan to discuss why he thinks their latest poll results are good for U.S. Congressional Candidate District 1 Brendan Doherty.
This is the audio of Governor Chafee taking questions from the media after EDC's emergency meeting on 38 Studios.
North Providence Mayor Charlie Lombardi joined Dan to discuss how he wants to use some of the $60 million the town is receving in foretuire money from an investigation into Google that the North Providence Police took part in.
WPRI's Digital Reporter Ted Nesi joined Dan to explain what he has learned about 38 Studios financial situation and why state leaders are getting involved.
The former Auditor General, Ernie Almonte, joined Dan to discuss why he is filed his paperwork and made an informal announcing that he is running for Governor as a Democrat in 2014.
Bob Plain of rifuture.org joined Dan to discuss Anthony Gemma and his use of Facebook and Twitter and how it is possible that Gemma could have close to 1 million followers.
PGA Pro Golfers Brad Faxon and Billy Andrade joined Dan in studio to talk about the CVS Charity Classic being held June 17-19.
Dan Yorke reflects on the week that was.