It’s been a great summer for locals in Studio B. June brought us Air Traffic Controller, we hosted Weakened Friends in July, and now we have Ruby Rose Fox on Thursday, August 25 at 1 p.m. The performance is presented by the Massachusetts State Treasury and you can click here to grab your seat, or click here to stream the set live.
Chef Adam Kube of Bastille Kitchen was back in studio this morning with one of the tastiest creations I’ve ever put in my mouth: prosciutto crisps with compressed melon. We talked about their new summer menu. And sea bass! More
I’m a broadcaster, not a writer. So I decided instead of typing out my thoughts on celebrating Father’s Day with my dad at Symphony Hall, I’d speak a bit about making time for the people we love while they’re with us. More
I don’t like LeBron James. Chad Finn attempted to cure me of my contempt for the three-time NBA Champion. We also talked about how the Red Sox have half of a pitching staff and how that’s not good. More
Whether you celebrate the unofficial beginning of summer on Memorial Day weekend, or Meteorological Summer on June 1, or the Summer Solstice, make no mistake: summer is here. More
We were back at the AT&T Store on Boylston St. on June 7, 2016 for another exclusive live session, this time with a favorite of mine, Day Wave. More
Chef Richard Rayment was in studio this morning to talk about the 19th Annual Chefs in Shorts, which takes place on Friday, June 24 at the Seaport World Trade Center. Click here for details, then click through to hear my interview. More
“Send the bum back to Tampa Bay!” OK, so we’ve not heard any critics say that exact phrase. But I take issue with the way people are picking apart David Price. I talked to Boston.com’s Eric Wilbur about Price, Steven Wright’s All-Star odds, and “the greatest hitter of all-time.” More