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See Lucius live from RadioBDC and Xfinity
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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

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Six Songs with BostonTweet’s Tom O’Keefe
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You know Tom O’Keefe as BostonTweet on Twitter. For over seven years, he’s been one of the website’s preeminent authorities on all things Boston–sharing pictures, events, and snaps of his burritos–seemingly omnipresent. He joined me in studio to talk about what it’s like to tweet your life, his latest project Flutter., and the passion and emotion that comes from music. Click through to listen and to see the six songs Tom chose. More

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The Best Songs of 2015 (So Far)
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Here’s another list to add to the never ending content pile. This time, I’m showcasing the top 10 RadioBDC songs released in 2015 (so far). This listing is in no particular order, and mostly expresses my personal musical taste. More

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It’s Time to Run to Home Base Again
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Saturday, July 25. 8 a.m. sharp. It’s the 6th Annual Run to Home Base, benefiting the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program, dedicated to healing the invisible wounds of war for post 9/11 veterans and their families. General Jack Hammond joined me in studio to give some background on the event and share a variety of ways you can get involved. I mean, who doesn’t want to run across home base at Fenway, right? More

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Looking Back, the 80s Were Pretty Damn Cool
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What started as a conversation with Boston.com’s Chris Rattey about his secret desire to be the sixth member of New Kids On The Block turned into a trip down memory lane. Chris’ vivid memories of the music and pop culture of the 1980s offer an entertaining perspective on what it was like to come of age during that decade and, now, to look back and realize that you were more “New Kids” than “Hair Metal.” More