We’re celebrating Halloween a few days early. Join us at The Harp on Causeway St. in Boston on Thursday, October 27. Doors at 8, 21+, no cover. Julie Kramer, Adam 12, and Paul Driscoll spin spooky faves, with plenty of Coors Light and Tito’s cocktails. Cash prizes for best costumes, too. Click here to RSVP. It’s presented by Coors Light and powered by Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Rental Beast.
I’m not much for summertime TV. I’ve given up all hope on Season Two of “Under The Dome” (skip the whole thing; read the book instead) and I immediately felt guilty after watching “Sharknado 2.” The bulk of my summer screen time usually comes from watching the Red Sox, but they haven’t done much by way of entertainment on the field lately, in case you haven’t noticed. All of that’s to say, I’m pleased to see the Boston Symphony Orchestra has put together something worth watching this summer. More
Lots to discuss this week, obviously. Chad Finn, Steve Silva, and I opened with a recap of how some of our favorite ex-Sox are doing with their new teams. We then rated the trades that sent them away and talked about how the time is coming to move on from Clay Buchholz. More
This Saturday and Sunday, August 2nd and 3rd, is the first-ever Nantucket Music Festival. Cynthia Dareshori checked in with me earlier to talk about the lineup (Guster! Edward Sharpe!) and more. Click through for all the details. More
Week 1 of camp is in the books. Zuri Berry checked in with first impressions on Darrelle Revis, Rob Gronkowski, James White, Jimmy Garoppolo, and more. Listen. More
Brian Mercury, named Best Pastry Chef in Boston Magazine’s Best of Boston 2014, brought sweets aplenty for this week’s installment of Henry in the Grub. More
Sam, Barry, Ross, and Craig came up to the studio to chat about going up against Metallica and Pixies at Glastonbury, tracking their new album using a pretty famous piano, and the bevy of great bands coming out of Glasgow in recent years. More
With the trade deadline looming, we have before us a Red Sox team with style (well, at least when Papi homers) but not enough substance to win. So what pieces do the Sox move? And if they trade Jon Lester, will they be able to sign him in the off season? (Spoiler alert: no chance.) Chad Finn, Steve Silva and I broke it all down. More