Join RadioBDC and Budweiser at the Lansdowne Pub to watch a live broadcast of The Globies, a first-of-its-kind sports awards celebration honoring the best of the New England sports scene, on and off the field. Come out early for a chance to meet Boston sports legends, get a picture with the Budweiser MVP Award winners, and maybe even win tickets to The Globies. We’ll have a live performance from Tigerman WOAH, too. It’s The Globies Watch party, on October 6th, at Lansdowne Pub. Presented by Budweiser. Get the dates and times to grab your invite below, or just click here to RSVP. More
Sure, Eric Wilbur says otherwise. But I don’t care. It’s bye week, which gives us the perfect opportunity to scrutinize the rest of the Patriots schedule and figure out what chance the team has to run the table. More
Food For Free rescues fresh food that might otherwise go to waste and distributes it within the local emergency food system. Through a combination of food rescue, farming, and transportation services, they give food programs year-round access to fresh produce. Executive Director Sasha Purpura was in studio this morning to talk about their annual fundraising gala, Party Under the Harvest Moon, on Friday, October 16.
Upon learning that today marks Kevin Paul Dupont‘s 30th anniversary as a Boston Globe scribe, I figured I’d give him the floor and coax a few Boston sports highlights (and lowlights) out of him. What we ended up having was–as it usually is–an entertaining and enlightening conversation about Boston sports and fandom. Drop Dupes a “Happy 30th” on Twitter if you get the chance to. He’s a helluva guy. More
A day after releasing their second album ‘Every Open Eye,’ I sat down with the Scottish electronic trio backstage at Boston Calling for an interview that started off light, then got a little serious–in the best possible way. Thank you, CHVRCHES, for a real, honest moment.
We snuck backstage for a fun chat with Walk The Moon (that featured even more fun hairstyles) before their Boston Calling 2015 set. All of our Boston Calling interviews are powered by Xfinity.
A few branches of Minneapolis hip-hop collective Doomtree sat down with me and talked about hip-hop, Minnesota, and group dynamics after their raucous Fall 2015 Boston Calling performance. We snapped some pics, too–powered by Xfinity. More
Mike Snow pretty much runs the show at Boston Calling. He checked in with me during the Fall 2015 edition of the festival. Make sure to check back from more Boston Calling interviews, powered by Xfinity.