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Granted, it’s a tie for first, but still. The Bruins are 4-0-1 since NOT dealing Loui Eriksson at the trade deadline. Kevin Paul Dupont warns us, though, that the true tests are still to come. More
Last month, local artists Michael J. Epstein and Sophia Cacciola wrote a poignant post on how difficult it is to survive as an artist in the city of Boston, and shared their bittersweet decision to move to Los Angeles. Their words and their decision have sparked a discussions city-wide on the role of the arts and artists in and around Boston, even motivating Mayor Marty Walsh to pen this piece for the Boston Globe. Michael and Sophia were kind enough to accept my invitation to host this month’s edition of Six Songs, sharing a half-dozen tracks from Boston musicians they’ll miss, and continuing the discussion. More
No, not from afar, from the comfort of her couch. From the actual awards themselves. That’s where Meredith Goldstein was for the Oscars. She shared all the juicy, first-hand details with me. More
Big whoop, right? In following the Peyton Manning retirement presser, something finally clicked, and I think I finally realize why Manning gets so much more love from fans and NFL press than Tom Brady does. I ran my theory by Chad Finn, then we talked a bit of Sox and Celtics. More
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With DeflateGate back in the news again, I thought it prudent to bring in Boston.com’s Eric Wilbur to outline what Patriots fans need to know. We also talked about the similarities and differences between this year’s Bruins and Celtics squads, and what’s missing from this year’s Red Sox. More