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16 December, 2020

12.19.20 Boston and other communities are rolling back on their reopening plans.

12.19.20 Boston and other communities are rolling back on their reopening plans.
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Mayor Marty Walsh announced Monday that Boston and other nearby communities will roll back reopening protocols in an effort to stem rising coronavirus case counts and shut down certain venues, from gyms and museums to movie theaters and event spaces. After three weeks we will then reevaluate the situation to see where we are with the virus
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20 October, 2020

10.24.20 To trick-or-treat, or not to trick-or-treat?

10.24.20 To trick-or-treat, or not to trick-or-treat?
Posted in : Holiday, Weekly Vignette on WCRN 830 AM on by : Out With Joe

To trick-or-treat, or not to trick-or-treat? That is the question many communities are asking after Gov. Charlie Baker decided against canceling Halloween outright in Massachusetts, saying a ban on trick-or-treating could encourage people to hold indoor costume parties and other risky activities during the coronavirus pandemic. Halloween 2020 is primed to be markedly more concerning than in
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15 July, 2020

July 18th, 2020 – Buck’s Whiskey Bar in the time of Covid 19 with Owner Nick Panarelli

July 18th, 2020 – Buck’s Whiskey Bar in the time of Covid 19 with Owner Nick Panarelli
Posted in : OWJ Show, Pub, Restaurant, Weekly Vignette on WCRN 830 AM on by : Out With Joe
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On this week’s edition of Out With Joe, Nick Panarelli, owner, and 3rd generation of restaurateurs joined Joe to talk about operating in the time of Covid 19. Buck’s was getting ready to celebrate their 2nd year when everything hit.. and Nick had to move quick to adjust and keep the name on everyone’s mind.
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9 July, 2020

July 11th, 2020 – MGM Springfield Will Reopen Monday July 13th

July 11th, 2020 – MGM Springfield Will Reopen Monday July 13th
Posted in : Food and Dining News, OWJ Show, Restaurant, Weekly Vignette on WCRN 830 AM on by : Out With Joe

Welcome to this edition of Out With Joe brought to by Nothing Bundt Cakes in White City Plaza in Shrewsbury.. , I’m Joe Mangiacotti   MGM Springfield will reopen in a limited capacity to the public Monday the 13th…. A hosted, invitation-only event will take place ahead of the 10 a.m. public reopening.     MGM Springfield’s amenity
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18 June, 2020

June 20th, 2020 – Out With Joe escapes to the Cape… and finds Toast to the Coast!

June 20th, 2020 – Out With Joe escapes to the Cape… and finds Toast to the Coast!
Posted in : Diners and Luncheons, OWJ Show, Weekly Vignette on WCRN 830 AM on by : Out With Joe
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After 3 months of isolation and lock-down Out With Joe cooking at home… we hit the road and headed for the Cape.. Orleans to be exact. Nauset Beach Inn to stay … and a mile down the road is Cape Cod’s newest eatery. Toast to the Coast recently opened.. I mean recently.. just weeks ago.
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12 June, 2020

June 13th, 2020 – The oldest Restaurants in the Country….

June 13th, 2020 – The oldest Restaurants in the Country….
Posted in : Bistro, Diners and Luncheons, Factoids, Historic, Weekly Vignette on WCRN 830 AM on by : Out With Joe
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Welcome to this edition of Out With Joe from the Cantiani Insurance Group studios and brought to by Nothing Bundt Cakes in White City Plaza in Shrewsbury.. , I’m Joe Mangiacotti… this week with the news of so many eateries that will not make it back from the pandemic.. I thought we’d talk a little
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3 June, 2020

June 6th, 2020 – New MA Phases for opening Restaurants

June 6th, 2020 – New MA Phases for opening Restaurants
Posted in : Weekly Vignette on WCRN 830 AM on by : Out With Joe

How the new Massachusetts restaurant reopening rules will change the dining experience From the waiting area to the table. Disposable menus. Closed bars. Ketchup and mustard only upon request. Going out to eat in the coronavirus era will be a noticeably different experience when Massachusetts restaurants resume dine-in service in Phase 2 of the state’s
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4 May, 2020

Mother’s Day Facts to Share With Your Mom Start off Mom’s special day with a little holiday trivia.

Mother’s Day Facts to Share With Your Mom Start off Mom’s special day with a little holiday trivia.
Posted in : Event, Factoids, OWJ Show, Weekly Vignette on WCRN 830 AM on by : Out With Joe
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Your mother would probably prefer you celebrate her every day of the year, but in 2020 you’ll be showering her with love and appreciation on May 10th. Show your mom how much you care by impressing her with some fun facts about the history and first celebration of Mother’s Day. This year, the 2020 Pandemic has certainly
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28 April, 2020

May 2nd 2020 – EATING OUT TRIVIA

May 2nd 2020 – EATING OUT TRIVIA
Posted in : Event, Factoids, Food and Dining News, OWJ Show, Weekly Vignette on WCRN 830 AM on by : Out With Joe
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Welcome to this edition of Out With Joe brought to by Nothing Bundt Cakes in White City Plaza in Shrewsbury.. , I’m Joe Mangiacotti… this week we’d thought we’d take a break from the negative reataurant news.. and share some fun EATING OUT TRIVIA Almost half of Americans say they eat most meals away from
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21 April, 2020

April 25th, 2020 – How much to tip your delivery driver during coronavirus Extreme situations call for extreme tipping. It’s the right thing to do

April 25th, 2020 – How much to tip your delivery driver during coronavirus Extreme situations call for extreme tipping. It’s the right thing to do
Posted in : Event, Factoids, OWJ Show, Weekly Vignette on WCRN 830 AM on by : Out With Joe
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CNET has this fantastic article on Tipping during the Covid 19 Epidemic, for the complete article click Here Tipping is an unavoidable part of US culture at any time, but as we rely more on food, grocery and restaurant delivery during the coronavirus outbreak, the amount you should tip is climbing. Delivery drivers put themselves at greater risk
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