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Host Buddy Phaneuf and Funeral Diretor Amanda Desmarais discuss rules governing the industry
Lee Webster joins host Buddy Phaneuf
Buddy talks with Wayne DiGeronimo with the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Ever wonder what the law covers regarding funerals? Buddy and the team have some answers
Steven Lewis from Solomon Casket Co. joins Buddy in this episode
Rabbi Beth Davidson is the guest on this program
Buddy talks with Patricia Bennett
Buddy Phaneuf talks with Attorney Frank Messmer
Another look at some unique trends in the funeral industry with host Buddy Phaneuf
We conclude a look at brain and brain tissue donation
In part 1 of our discussion, Buddy learns about Brain and Brain Tissue donation
Buddy's guest this week is Doris St. Pierre
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The third and final game of the College World Series was postponed Wednesday because of rain and lightning. The game will be made up on Thursday at noon between Coastal Carolina and Arizona.
Frozen Fenway is set to return to Boston in 2017, and the University of New Hampshire men's hockey team will be a part of it.
With just 36 days to go before the Rio Olympics kick off, the situation in the host city just went from bad to worse. A beach goer Wednesday discovered mutilated human body parts that had washed up on the shore, right in front of the Olympic Beach Vol...
Michael Phelps won the 200-meter butterfly final Wednesday night to become the first American male swimmer to qualify for five Olympic Games, ESPN and ABC News reported.
Andrew Luck agreed to a contract extension with the Colts through the 2021 season, owner Jim Irsay announced via Twitter on Wednesday.
Montreal and Nashville pulled off a major trade involving two veteran defensemen on Wednesday as the Predators acquired P.K. Subban from the Canadiens for Shea Weber.
What Steven Stamkos might have earned on the free-agent market is no longer an issue as the Tampa Bay captain confirmed Wednesday that he agreed to an eight-year contract extension with the Lightning.
Cincinnati Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton left Wednesday's game in the first inning with a facial contusion after being struck in the face by a line drive.
Roger Federer might have wanted British qualifier Marcus Willis to have a great time, but Federer was so in control that their second-round Wimbledon contest had the air of a glorified exhibition.
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