SSMN: Wednesday, January 28th, 2015


Welcome to the Wednesday edition of “The South Shore’s Morning News”:

Coming up at 6:11, Healthtrax Personal Coach Nancy joins us every Wednesday at this time for “Grow Strong” with Rob and Lisa! Tune in for tips and topics about health and personal coaching. Find our more at

At 7:11, Plymouth Center for the Arts joins us to talk about winter classes and upcoming special programs at the Plymouth Guild! Visit for more details!

Then at 8:11, The Scituate Chamber of Commerce and The Hat Trick Mystery Theatre invite you to a night of Murder, Mystery and Mayhem to kick off the 2015 St Patrick’s Day Mayoral Race at the Barker Tavern on Saturday night! Cocktails at 6, dinner and the show at 7pm. For details, visit They’ll be in studio to share the details with us today.

Later at 8:41, Stephanie Gaudreau, the founder of Stupid Easy Paleo joins Rob and Lisa to talk about her new book The Performance Paleo Cookbook: Recipes for Training Harder, Getting Stronger & Gaining the Competitive Edge.

Plus at 9:11, Singer Steve Sage, of Bon Jovi cover band Bad Medicine, joins us to talk about the concert this weekend at the Company Theatre in Norwell! Check out the video of Bad Medicine and order tickets online at!

And at 9:22, Sharon McNamara and Alyssa Reed McNamara join us to talk about their upcoming panel discussion and wine social on Wednesday, February 4 called The Will To Plan: Estate Planning, Leave a Legacy, Not a Burden. Visit for all the details and to register.



About Rob Hakala

Since 2000, Rob has hosted The South Shore's Morning News on WATD.