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Thank you for checking out my new show Voices. I’ve had a vision for this show for a while, and I’m so excited to be able to finally bring it to you. Voices will feature my conversations with people who are using their voice to make a difference in their communities and around the world.

Voices is a half-hour show where I interview someone who is: active in their community, the voice of those without a voice, an inspiration to those in their community, a voice that’s been silenced, or a new voice hoping to make a difference. In addition to that half-hour show that will air Sunday mornings at 6:30am, I will also be posting extended versions of the conversations with my guests, along with pictures, links and any information you may want referenced in the show.


New:

Beasley Media Group proudly announces that Boston’s HOT 96.9 Morning Personality Pebbles will be honored among the winners in the “Local Radio” category at the 43rd Annual Gracies Awards Luncheon. The event will take place on Wednesday, June 27 at Cipriani in New York City.

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Momma we made it! So excited for our show VOICES to be honored by #TheGracies for Public Affairs - Local. So grateful to all our guests who have inspired and challenged and moved us with their...

Thank you so much for listening and joining me as we get to know the voices making the world a better place. If you have any comments or suggestions for guests, please feel free to email me at [email protected]


Voices with Pebbles Podcasts:

Voices with Pebbles: Winning Entry for 2018 Gracie Award

Momma we made it! So excited for our show VOICES to be honored by The Gracies for Public Affairs - Local. So grateful to all our guests who have inspired and challenged and moved us with their stories. Thank you to VOICES Producer Leroy for working so hard on the show and sharing the vision. And thank…

Voices With Pebbles Meredith Goldstein (Sunday, 4 8)

Home Pebbles Blog  VOICES with Writer and Advice Columnist Meredith GoldsteinPEBBLES BLOGVOICES with Writer and Advice Columnist Meredith Goldsteinwritten by Pebbles April 9, 2018 Meredith Goldstein Meredith is an advice columnist and entertainment reporter for the Boston Globe. She’s been writing her wildly popular Love Letters column for 10 years, dishing out advice on everything from breakups and…

Voices with Pebbles Liz Miranda (Sunday, 4 1)

Liz Miranda is currently the Executive Director at the Hawthorne Youth and Community Center. That’s her title, but who she is and what she does is much more extensive. Liz is an activist for social justice, an advocate for young people and a tireless leader in the community. Liz’s voice is one of determination and…

Voices: Christopher Chaun

Christopher Chaun was born and raised in Boston. His story is one of embracing the journey, patience in waiting for the right time and opportunity, and learning through tough times. His luxury line of bow ties has ended up on celebrities like Beyonce, actor Kal Pen and many more. Not bad for a man whose day…

VOICES with YA Author Nic Stone

Nic is a writer whose debut Young Adult Novel Dear Martin was one of the most anticipated YA books of 2017. It’s said to be part of the growing group of YA books exploring racial injustice and police brutality. Dear Martin debuted at #4 on the NY Times Bestseller List for Young Adults.        …

Voices: Tina Chery (Louis D. Brown Peace Institute)

Tina Chery is the founder, President, and CEO of the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute. With over two decades of experience as a survivor serving families impacted by murder, Chaplain Chéry has developed the best practices in the field of homicide response. Tina is using her voice to transform society’s response to homicide so that…

VOICES with Fred Gomes from Bridging the Gap

Fred Gomes is the Director/Outreach Coordinator of the Bridging the Gap Program as well as an Instructor. Bridging the Gap is dedicated to empowering at-risk and court involved youth in Boston. Fred is using his voice to help our young people develop life skills, further their education, navigate the court system and more.