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Rundown for May 3, 2016

 

 

Are Duck Boats Too Dangerous For City Streets?  Boston Duck Tours has been offering tours of the city for more than twenty years.  Since they first began operating in Boston, they have also been included in nine sports championship parades.  But after a tragic accident this weekend resulted in the death of a twenty-nine year old woman, some are wondering if it’s time to get them off the city streets.  What do you think?  Call in and be heard!

 

 

Protecting Israel.  Israel is a small nation that must deal with very real and very dangerous security threats every single day.  Tonight, Dan welcomes two reservists from the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) into the studio to talk about the challenges they’ve faced and how it has shaped their view of the world.  Tune in to hear their thoughts on security, heritage, and defending the state of Israel, then call in with your questions or comments and join the conversation!

 

Live Election Results!  Stay tuned to WBZ News Radio all night to get the latest results from the Indiana primary.  Both frontrunners are looking to close the door on their challengers, and we’ll bring you up to the minute results and analysis all night long!

 

Biggest Rip-offs?  A new lawsuit has been filed against Starbucks that accuses the company of using too much ice in its iced beverages, giving the customer less of the actual drink as a result.  That has the NightSide crew thinking about the biggest rip-offs and scams out there today.  Birthday cards, ice coffee, stadium beers, movie tickets…what do you think is the biggest rip-off?  Call in and be a part of the show!

 

 


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