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Henry SantoroRadioBDC News Director

Henry Santoro
Henry is always on the lookout for news. He’s RadioBDC’s News Director and Morning Presenter. He’s also a music and art collector, and is a world-class cook with over 5,000 cookbooks in his library.

STORIES BY Henry Santoro

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RadioBDC News: Tsarnaev, Hernandez, Moynihan Updates
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Mike Bello from the Boston Globe was in studio this morning with the latest updates on the Tsarnaev and Hernandez trials, as well as news on Boston Police Officer John Moynihan. Click through for the podcast. More

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In Studio with Tom Hamilton of Aerosmith
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It’s a shame Johnny L wasn’t in this morning, as we had the bass player from his all-time favorite band on air for a chat. Tom Hamilton reminisced with us and talked about “the funniest fundraiser in Boston.” Urban Improv‘s Banned in Boston takes place on Friday, April 10. Click here for details and click through for our chat with Tom. More

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RadioBDC News: Tsarnaev Trial Update
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Mike Bello from the Boston Globe Metro Desk joined us in studio this morning with an update on the trial of the Boston Marathon bomber. More

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Henry in the Grub: Chef Will Gilson
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Puritan & Company chef/owner Will Gilson talks about his Julia Child Tribute Dinner coming up on Wednesday, March 25, as well as a France au Naturel wine dinner on April 1 and an amazing Easter Brunch on April 4. There is a secret Patty Melt that is available only at the bar and also during brunch which is starting to catch on like wild fire. And for good reason: we had one and it’s amazing. More

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Irish Chef Oliver Dunne Serves St. Patrick’s Day Dinner in Boston
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The Met Back Bay hosts Michelin-starred, award winning Irish chef Oliver Dunne for an over-the-top, four-course St. Patrick’s Day dinner. Chef Oliver owns Bon Appetit in Malahide, Ireland and Cleaver East in Dublin. Cleaver East is in The Clarence Hotel, which is owned by Bono & The Edge of U2. And yes, Oliver is as cool as he sounds. Listen. More