RadioBDC presents Lucius on Tuesday, September 20. And thanks to the Xfinity College Welcome Wagon, students will have plenty of opportunities to score tickets to the show, hear some great RadioBDC music, and win cool prizes and swag. See where and when the Welcome Wagon will be stopping in your ‘hood so you can enter to win, from Xfinity and RadioBDC! More
ZUMIX has been making waves for 25 years. And they’re about to make some new ones. More
Nicole Austin is the Marketing Manager of Dragone Cheese, and Dragone Cheee is the official cheese of St. Anthony’s Feast in the North End. Nicole and I talked about the Feast and, of course, about cheese. Listen to our conversation and make sure to visit Dragone Cheese in the North End this weekend! More
It’s not every day we have royalty in the RadioBDC studio. More
Oliver Taylor of Vitamin 1 Performance Drink joined me in studio to talk about how they’re filling the void of a healthy and nutritious sports drink, which tastes good. What a concept, right? Listen! More
On Thursday, August 25, you can watch baseball as it was played 100 years ago, all to benefit Boston vs Bullies. Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe told me all about it. You can read his Globe piece here, and listen to our chat, too. More
For years, Harbor Sweets in Salem has specialized in handmade, distinctive New England gift chocolates. CEO Phyllis LeBlanc was in studio this morning to talk about the honey bee pollinator plight and how Harbor Sweets is launching Gather Chocolate to raise funds and awareness. More
I’ve chatted with Tim Brennan of Dropkick Murphys on the radio many times in the past, but I’ve never had him play DJ.
Sure, we talked a bit about the surging Sox and banged-up pre-season Pats, but the main focus of my weekly chat this week with Chad Finn was his Globe Magazine piece on Boston athletes who lack size but not heart. More
Tune in weekdays at noon to hear Julie Kramer serve a commercial-free hour of songs from the late-70s to the early-00s. It’s all brought to you by Boston University. You can earn your degree part-time at Boston University’s Metropolitan College. Classes start September 6th. Click here for more information.