The Food Truck and Craft Beer Festival visited New Bedford and Mike, Montana and special guest Aimee Chiavaroli discuss their experience at the 2nd annual event. They also dived into their favorite concerts.
Is social media actually a place for social discussion? Mike Bonner and Montana Samuels discuss the social media reaction to the death of rapper XXXTentacion and other events occuring in today's society.
Mike and Montana discussed with Tyler Dunne his article on Jamal Lewis as the former NFL running backs struggles in his post-football life.
Montana and Mike discuss the happenings at New Bedford Regional Airport at it tries to squeeze into a larger commericial airline market.
Montana and Mike talk with New Bedford Director of Parks, Recreation and Beaches Mary Rapoza. Mary lays out a plethora of summer activities including beach volleyball, paddle board yoga and a football clinic with former Patriots.
In this week's episode of The Bubble, Montana Samuels and Mike Bonner dive into the business of college athletics and the question of paying amateur players.
Links: Meet the Bag Man - https://www.sbnation.com/college-football/2014/4/10/5594348/college-football-bag-man-interview
To cap off the social media triology, Montana and Mike speak with the Washington Post's Jessica Contrera about the evolution of youth culture's influence on social media.
Twitter: Jessica Contrera, reporter for the Washington Post https://twitter.com/mjcontrera
Screen Age Article: 13, right now - http://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/style/2016/05/25/13-right-now-this-is-what-its-like-to-grow-up-in-the-age-of-likes-lols-and-longing/?utm_term=.eac87fa0f4d2
Part 2 of the series: Who are these...