Professor of Earth & Environment at Boston University Robert Kaufmann talks about alternative energy and the fight against big oil and their proposed pipe lines.
Mass is ready to phase out the MCAS for the new PARCC test, but will this be an educational improvement or a huge step backwards for schools?
The doctor is in and taking your questions.
United Independent Party Leader Evan Falchuk updates us on the latest smoke and mirrors tactics the Boston Olympic Committee are using to push their plans forward.
Paul Toomey, Senior Vice President - Investment Officer with Wells Fargo talks about some of the local implications of Greece going broke again. Is it time to burry your money in the back yard?
Historian Ryan Jones with the National Civil Rights Museum housed in the Lorrain Hotel where Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated, gives us a virtual tour of the many exhibits you can see.
How American is that American car you drive. Craig Fitzgerald (bestride.com) talks about where your car is really made. Then we talk about the original dare devil, Evil Knievel.
Expert in copyright law and front man for local band O Positive, Dave Herlihy talks about what’s ok to post and what isn’t.
A frank discussion about preventative care and obesity in relation to diabetes with Beth Israel’s Dr. James Jacques Carter.
Security expert Robert Sicialiano gives us all a few things to think about on our next trip to the ATM.
Ever take a close look at your hospital bill and wonder if you’re paying too much? Guest Rebbeca Palm, co-founder of CoPatient, talks about fighting your hospital bill with the help of their new app.
Chris Dempsy with No Boston Olympics breaks down the latest information from a report that says tax payers would definitely stand to pay a large part of the proposed 2024 Olympics.
Classic cars, beautiful weather and a good movie or two – What’s not to love? Are drive-ins making a comeback? Jay Talking car guy Craig Fitzgerald tells us about a great road trip idea for the summer.
Maybe it’s a band you’ve never heard of, or maybe a band you forgot long ago. If it matters to music, I want to talk about it. It’s The Turn On – first time around let’s talk about Johnathan Richmond.
It’s the dawn of a green age. So, what does it take to open a marijuana dispensary? Karin Lazarus, baker and author of the marijuana cookbook “Sweet Maryjane”, talks about opening a weed bakery in Bolder, CO and shares some of her favorite recipes.
New information about the funding of a proposed Boston Olympics has me hopping mad. How about you? Evan Falchuk from No Boston 24 calls in to say “I told you so”.
Local rock columnist Steve Morse remembers the legendary BB King and talks about disappearing Boston music venues.
Is it a disease? Is it mind over matter? No matter how you see it, the battle against addiction is a hard fought one. Bradley discusses with two Jay Talkers.
If you work late night, the struggle is real: What do I eat and when do I eat it? Jay Talking nutritionist Ayla Withee breaks down the dos and don’ts.
Concord native, Jim Davidson, was all set to make his way to the top of Mt. Everest when somthing unexpected happened. He takes us there for this amazing story of adventure and survival.