Ilene Bezahler, founder and publisher of To Market and Edible Boston, was in studio this morning to talk about The Food Voice. She and co-founder Louisa Kasdon of Let’s Talk About Food are aiming to make The Food Voice “New England’s new hub for all things food, a fresh and unified voice for the progressive food movement.” More
Enter to win tickets to see Cults at Brighton Music Hall on Wednesday, October 18th.
Enter to win a digital download of The Killers’ new album, “Wonderful Wonderful”. More
Summer weather for the first week of fall brings a summer song to the forefront. More
Golden Globe and Emmy nominee Benjamin Wallfisch is the composer responsible for the score of the hit movie IT. I talked to Ben about his approach to scoring the new version of this iconic story and his thoughts on film and music overall. Some very insightful commentary; listen in. More
Enter to win tickets to attend Boston Public Market Association’s second annual Harvest Party in the Boston Public Market on Thursday, October 19th 7pm-10pm.
This year’s festivities will support the Boston Public Market Association’s mission to create opportunity for New England farmers, fishers, and food entrepreneurs; to provide fresh local food to customers of all income levels; and to educate the public about food sourcing, nutrition and preparation.
For more information on the event, click here.
For the first time since 1999–when another Red Sox, Pedro Martinez, hit the milestone–a pitcher has reached the 300 strikeout mark. Chris Sale pitched more than he probably had to last night to get there, but he got there. Eric Wilbur and I argued about it, looked at the impact the record might have on the team moving forward, and previewed this weekend’s Patriots-Texans game. More
My first guest in our new studio space? Heather Yunger from Top Shelf Cookies. She was in to talk about her special Fluffernutter cookie that she’ll be serving at this weekend’s Fluff Festival. She also brought along a new cookie for the fall: Fat Jack O’ Lantern. More
On Sunday, September 24, The Center for the Arts in Natick celebrates 20 years of their Rock Off Main Street music program with an all-ages event that gets underway at noon. TCAN Director of Rock Music Diane Young was in studio with Matt and Annabel–both of whom will be playing with their bands on Sunday–to talk about the program and what’s on tap this year. More
See that card? Pat Neshek would kill to have the signature on it. Chad Finn and I talked about the interesting and sometimes strange subculture of autograph-swapping in the MLB. That was after we covered the Sox and Bruins. Listen in. More