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RadioBDC Sports: Sox sign Koji, work out Tomas
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While everyone else picks apart the Patriots victory over the Broncos yesterday, we look ahead at a Red Sox team that is taking its first steps toward the 2015 season. Steve Silva, Chad Finn & I discussed the Koji Uehara signing, the Rusney Castillo injury, and another Cuban star–Yasmany Tomas–working out for the Sox. More

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RadioBDC News: Remembering Mayor Menino
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This morning, Mike Bello from the Boston Globe Metro Desk stopped by with details on the Menino funeral and procession. Of course, the two of us also shared some thoughts on the late Boston icon. More

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Video: The 2014 RadioBDC Retro Halloween Bash at Ned Devine’s
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This year’s Retro Halloween Bash is in the books…and on video. Thanks to Coors Light and Tito’s Handmade Vodka for sponsoring, Ned Devine’s for hosting, and to all of you who came out in costume to celebrate Halloween a day early. Here’s a gallery from our friends at Ned Devine’s if you’d like to peep some pics, too.

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RadioBDC Sports: BDC Pro Picks, Week 9
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Pats vs. Broncos. Brady vs. Manning. Oh yeah, and a bunch of other football games, too. Steve Silva and Chris Rattey from Boston.com Sports joined Paul Driscoll and me to break down the big games and talk lines and the upsets, presented by Foxwoods. More

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Temples Live in the Lab
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Last week English band Temples performed live in RadioBDC Studio B, presented by KW Insurance Agency. Noel Gallagher’s favorite new band played stripped-down versions of their song’s “Shelter Song”, “Keep in the Dark”, and “Prisms”. More

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Grrl Power Playlist- 10/30/14
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Below is the full playlist from this weeks Grrl Power on RadioBDC. Grrl Power airs every Wednesday and Sunday night at 9pm, via app or RadioBDC.com. To see last week’s playlist, click here More

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The Black Keys talk touring
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I first saw The Black Keys live at Avalon in November of 2005. They were on the Rubber Factory tour and, to this, day, I’ve never seen two musicians make such a wonderful racket. More

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