Today, in a special hour of Radio Boston, we are going to look back at busing, at September 14, 1974, and its legacy — it’s one of the most important moments for Boston in the second half of the 20th century. We want to hear your stories, your questions… were you bused out of your neighborhood? What happened? How did it effect your life… and how do you think it changed this city?
When you think of actor Jason Segel, you might think of some pretty “adult-themed” movies, but your kids probably know a very different Jason Segel.
For this week’s ARTery segment, we talk to Sebastian Smee, Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic, about a new exhibit of Henri Matisse’s drawings at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum.
We discuss Apple’s forthcoming mobile payment system, Apple Pay, with experts from the technology and payments industries.
With the primary election behind us, the race for governor of Massachusetts is now set — and the final sprint to November is on.
Charlie Baker joins us to talk about the race against Attorney General Martha Coakley to become the next governor of Massachusetts.
One of the biggest surprises last night was in the sixth congressional district, where Marblehead native Seth Moulton ousted nine-term Democratic Congressman John Tierney.
The future of America’s cities has a lot to do with the future of transportation — and with what some people call a “mobility revolution,” which is changing the way we live, work and play in our cities.
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