Sports and politics are intersecting once again, like it or not. I’m grateful to have Kevin Paul Dupont joining me on Tuesdays at 2. He brought some interesting perspective on taking a knee during the National Anthem, but only after breaking some news on the FBI’s NCAA investigation. We talked Bruins, too. 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 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