Last year, Chris Baio from Vampire Weekend released his solo debut ‘The Names.’ On Thursday, February 11, he plays Brighton Music Hall. See him stripped-down for a RadioBDC Session that afternoon at 1:30 p.m. Visit our Get Stuff page to grab a seat, or just stream the set at RadioBDC.com.
We love Joe Andruzzi. We really do. A nicer guy you’re not likely to meet. And the Joe Andruzzi Foundation does amazing work for cancer patients and their families. So you’ll want to get involved with the Gala on Dec. 2. Listen to Joe break it down. More
We’re honored to celebrate Community Servings‘ 21st annual Pie In The Sky Day fall bake sale. When you buy a delicious apple, pecan, pumpkin, or sweet potato pie for $25, you help feed a critically-ill, home-bound neighbor in Massachusetts for a week. Our good friend and Princess of Pies Stephanie Carrigg explains. More
Great to have our old friend and Panopticon Gallery owner Jason Landry back in studio this morning. We talked about his new book “Instant Connections: Essays and Interviews on Photography,” as well as his recent trip to Paris and life in the art world. Listen. More
By now you’ve heard about Yeezus delivering his very own Sermon on the Mount to a group of Harvard grad students before his show Sunday night. And you’ve seen SNL’s “Waking Up With Kimye” skit. Now listen to me and Alex Pearlman from BDCwire share our opinions on Kanye’s opinion of himself and why letting him grandstand at Harvard is just feeding the monster. More
Carlos Ruiz signed with the Phillies. Does this mean the Sox will have to pay more to sign Salty? Mark Trumbo isn’t Mike Napoli. Napoli is better and still hanging around Boston, perhaps even shirtless and smokin’ butts. And some say the Sox still have an outside shot at signing Jacoby Ellsbury. But do you want him? Listen to Chad Finn and Steve Silva talk Hot Stove with Adam 12. More
The Music Video Roundup brings you a handful of the most memorable videos to hit the web. This week features videos from Phoenix, Kitten, and Charli XCX. More
As last night marked the 1 year anniversary of Grrl Power’s first show, I felt it appropriate to celebrate by honoring the Grrl Power artists who have performed Live in the Lab. More
At the outset of the season, the Monday Night match-up with the Carolina Panthers looked like a potential snooze-fest. But with the Pats sitting comfortably at 7-2 and the Panthers winners of 5 in a row at 6-3, this is now a Monday Night game worth watching. Boston.com’s Zuri Berry breaks it all down. More
This morning, Thea Singer was not making a salad. (If we’re Facebook friends, you get the joke.) This morning, Thea Singer was in studio to talk about the Hall of Human Life, a brand new exhibit at the Museum of Science. Listen.
Fascinating, isn’t she? The exhibit is, too.
The Hall of Human Life opens this Saturday, Nov. 16. Click here to purchase tickets.