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RadioBDC: West Coast Woes For Bruins
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The Bruins are halfway through a four-game west coast swing, and the outlook is already dim. Losses to the Kings last night and the Ducks the night before mean the Bs will have their work cut out for them in San Jose and Phoenix later this week to salvage something from the trip. Kevin Paul Dupont shared his outlook and some thoughts on an NHL legend who recently passed away. More

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Can Artists Still Sell Out in 2014?
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Ryan Walsh‘s Some Alternatives: Brands, Bands, Sell-Outs and Meltdowns is quite a thought-provoking piece. You can read Part I here and Part II here. He joined me and Perry Eaton of BDCwire earlier to talk about what it means to “sell out” today and how it’s becoming more and more difficult for musicians to make a living off of their music. Listen to the podcast; it was a great discussion. More

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Finally, An Open Discussion About Boston’s 2024 Olympic Bid
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Yesterday, the Boston 2024 Organizing Committee submitted their proposal to the United States Olympic Committee. In other words, this whole “Olympics in Boston in 10 years” thing just took a step closer to becoming a reality. Whether you’re for or against Boston 2024, you have to agree that public discourse has to be an essential part of the process. Thanks to Joanna Weiss and Dante Ramos of the Boston Globe, it will be. Join them at the ICA on Monday night at for the Off the Page Conversation: 2024 Boston Olympics. It’s free and open to the public; just click the link to RSVP. The pair joined me earlier today to talk about the event and get the conversation started. More

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BDCFC: Revolution Closing In On MLS Cup
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Paul Driscoll joined me in studio earlier to recap yesterday’s Revolution win over the Red Bulls and to look ahead at the second leg of the Eastern Conference Championship. More