We’re doubling up for our first, free +1 Series show of 2017. See alternative-rockers-for alternative-energy Trapdoor Social, supported by Texas rock band White Label Analog at Paddy O’s in Faneuil Hall on Saturday, February 25. Doors at 7, 21+, presented by Shock Top, powered by Rental Beast. Click here to RSVP.
Extra points if you get the reference. Eric Wilbur does, and he joined me this afternoon to talk about the weird week in Foxboro that’s led up to this Saturday’s Pats-Chiefs matchup. More
For three straight years, Bretton Woods has been singled out by readers of Ski Magazine for the Best Grooming in the East. Take it from us: we started and ended the 2015 RadioBDC Drafters season there, and can’t wait to get back this season. Click here to find out more, and we’ll see you on the slopes!
The Boston Wine Festival is the nation’s longest running food and wine festival. It features intimate winemaker-hosted dinners, seminars, receptions, and brunches at the iconic Boston Harbor Hotel. It’s happening now, and runs through the end of March, and Daniel Bruce was kind enough to join me in studio this morning to talk about it. More
Learned sage Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe quickly (and cheekily) put to rest the age old question: what the hell constitutes an “upper body injury” or a “lower body injury” in the NHL? We also talked about the current lackluster Bruins road trip. More
Beards, beer and rock ‘n’ roll were in effect for the new year’s first edition of Six Songs. More
Tony Maws is the owner of Craigie on Main in Cambridge and Kirkland Tap & Trotter in Somerville. He was in today to talk about Super Hunger Brunch, an annual initiative hosted by various restaurants around the city to benefit The Greater Boston Food Bank. More
“The doors of Rock and Roll Heaven just opened and the Thin White Duke walked in.” More
The Patriots will host the Kansas City Chiefs this Saturday. The Celtics will try to salvage a dismal road trip tomorrow night at the Knicks. Chad Finn shared his thoughts on both, as well as last week’s Baseball Hall of Fame class. More