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From the award-winning team behind What’s Up Newp and What’s Up RhodeIsland, What’s Up Podcast brings you interesting conversations and moments from Newport, Rhode Island & beyond.

In his own words, a World War II vet remembers

I recall several years ago, walking slowly from the cemetery after the funeral for my Uncle Joe, a World War II vet. As I looked back, I saw my other uncle, Phil,...

Podcast: A Bridge to the Future – Dr. Nadia Duvilaire

Brought up in Haiti, Dr. Nadia Duvilaire's journey from Haiti was one that began with her mother's original journey to New York City, leaving Nadia and her brother to be brought up...

Podcast: A conversation with Ron Carter ahead of his appearance at the 65th Newport...

Ron Carter is perhaps the most influential bassists in jazz history, with some 2,500 albums to his credit. From 1963 to 1968, he was a member of the...

What’s Up Podcast: A conversation with Paul Wayne, the penultimate opening act

You might call Paul Wayne the penultimate opening act. He’s been doing it for more than three decades, opening for the likes of Harry Belafonte, Chuck Berry and numerous stars of today...

What’s Up Podcast: Heather Strout, executive director, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center

“I have the audacity to believe that peoples everywhere can have three meals a day for their bodies, education, culture of their minds, and dignity, equality, and freedom for their spirits.” These...

What’s Up Podcast: Suzanna Laramee, president and chief executive officer, Newport Music Festival

To many, the Newport Music Festival, the chamber music festival in the city’s mansions, is the stepchild of the city’s folk and jazz festivals. But it has been a major force for...

Podcast: A conversation with Chuck Flippo, General Manager of Loeb Center

When Ambassador Loeb developed the Loeb Visitor Center a decade ago as a gateway to Newport's Touro Synagogue, the nation's oldest synagogue, he did so as not only in celebration of that...
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What’s Up Podcast: Neil Steinberg, CEO of Rhode Island Foundation, discusses programs that are...

Neil D. Steinberg, president and Chief Executive Officer of the Rhode Island Foundation joins WUN’s Frank Prosnitz, talking about some $10 million in grant programs that are helping critical non-profits during this...

What’s Up Podcast: A convo with a spokesperson from Rhode Island Chapter of Alcoholics...

For the alcoholic these often lonely times, as we are forced from our friends, family, and work by this awful pandemic, can be devastating. A lifeline for many alcoholics over the years...

What’s Up Podcast: Caitlin Frumerie, executive director of Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless

The headline reads "During the Covid-19 pandemic, nowhere is safe for homeless people." That is as valid in San Francisco and London as it is in Rhode Island, where estimates range from 1,000 to 5,000...

What’s Up Podcast: Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea discusses COVID-19 crisis

Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea today joined What's Up's Frank Prosnitz to discuss changes her office is making during this coronavirus crisis to make things easier for voters and businesses.

What’s Up Podcast: A conversation with Bekah Salwasser, Executive Director of Red Sox Foundation

For Bekah Salwasser, a Brown University graduate and former professional soccer player and now executive director of the Red Sox Foundation, the rewards come by way of helping to find food for...

What’s Up Podcast: Cortney Nicolato, President and CEO of United Way Rhode Island discusses...

Now more than ever, support is needed for the important work happening throughout the state’s nonprofit community. On Wednesday, April 1, United Way of Rhode Island (UWRI) will launch its anticipated new...

What’s Up Podcast: A conversation with Len Lardaro, URI Economist

There is no dispute that Rhode Island’s economy, like the rest of the nation, has suffered considerably because of COVID – 19. The question says URI Economist Len Lardaro is whether the...

What’s Up Podcast: Ivan Colón, Philanthropy Officer for Care New England

With today being 401Gives Day, What's Up Newp and What's Up Rhode Island are touching base with local and statewide nonprofits to see how funds raised today and throughout the year help...

What’s Up Podcast: Conversations and moments from Newport, R.I., and beyond

From the award-winning team behind What's Up Newp and What's Up Rhode Island, What's Up Podcast brings you interesting conversations and moments from Newport, Rhode Island & beyond. Listen...

Podcast: A conversation with Colin Kane, Founding Partner of Peregrine Group

Colin Kane is a founding partner of the highly successful Peregrine Group, real estate advisors and project managers. The company has offices in Newport and Rumford, Rhode Island and Boston, Massachusetts.

What’s Up Podcast: John Marion, executive director of Common Cause in Rhode Island

John Marion, executive director of Common Cause Rhode Island, talks with WUN's Frank Prosnitz about the challenges that COVID - 19 puts on state and local government open meeting and ethics laws.

What’s Up Podcast: A conversation with Colleen Burns Jermain, Superintendent of Newport Public Schools

Newport Superintendent of Schools Colleen Burns Jermain joins WUN's Frank Prosnitz this morning for our latest edition of What's Up Podcast. In today's episode she discusses the status and...