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.
Ever want to make your own hotdogs? Well… maybe not, but private chef Joe Gatto does, and it’s more interesting than you think. Light the coals and get your tongs and spatula ready. It’s time to grill!
Paul Regan, Exec. Dir. Of the MBTA Advisory Board, answers some tough questions about big changes to our public transportation after a record breaking winter.
WBZ-TV Chief Meteorologist Eric Fisher answers questions about the activity in Tornado Alley.
Mass Health Connector Executive Director, Louis Gutierrez talks about the challenges of fixing a broken system and what we can expect for the future.
Post-winter car care, summer road trips and driving play lists with Jay Talking car guy Craig Fitzgerald.
Mass School of Law Dean Michael Coyne says the marathon bomber’s family testimony did nothing to keep him from the death penalty. Also, did Tsarnaev’s show of emotion surprise you?
Erin Obrien with campaign for 15 makes the case for better pay for low wage jobs.
Ever want to be in a movie? Casting Director Jodi Purdy tells us how to become an extra.
Chef and host of "From Scratch" tells us what to cook with what's left in the fridge and other ways to cook good food.
Michael Coyne, Dean of the Mass School of Law, takes a look at two very high profile cases coming to a close. Will it be life or death for the Marathon Bomber? Did the prosecution make their case against Aaron Hernandez?
How much space do you need to live comfortably? Turns out, some people don’t need that much at all. Chris Page is looking for a place to park his tiny house. So, he came in to tell us all about it.
Are the labels promising nutrition on your food tell you the truth? Also, get to know the food color spectrum and more with our health and nutrition guru Ayla Withee.
Jay Talking car guy, Craig Fitzgerald (bestride.com), says you could be riding in a driverless car in as little as ten years from now. And what is the coolest car chase in movie history?
Now more than ever people are doing all of their banking and shopping on-line. Robert Siciliano, CEO of idtheftsecurity.com, gives us tips to keep your money and information out of the wrong hands.
Chris Dempsey, co-chair of No Boston Olympics, says tax payers will get stuck paying the bill on potential cost overruns for the proposed 2024 Olympics.