Nightside With Dan Rea
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Rundown for Friday April 17, 2015
To End The Anguish, Drop The Death Penalty!
Recurring Dreams And Nightmares!
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BOSTON (CBS) – After a long, long winter full of delayed trains and buses, a skeleton schedule, and multiple days of no service at all, the MBTA has finally returned to its regular service schedule. […]
BOSTON (CBS) – Steve Forbes is the editor-in-chief of the business magazine Forbes, and a two-time presidential candidate. Though he says he will not take a third run at the White House in 2016, he […]
BOSTON (CBS) – Neil Chayet has officially been “Looking At The Law” for four decades. First taking to the air on April 1, 1976, Neil has now broadcast more than 9,600 features! He sits down […]
BOSTON (CBS) – The Boston Olympics bid has been met with serious skepticism, as Massachusetts taxpayers worry about getting stuck with the tab. Last week, we heard from Richard Davey, CEO of the Boston 2024. […]
BOSTON (CBS) – Officer John Moynihan, who was shot in the face during a traffic stop in Roxbury, has been upgraded to stable condition after undergoing surgery to remove the bullet. According to reports, Angelo […]
BOSTON (CBS) – Congressman Joseph Kennedy III currently represents the 4th District of Massachusetts in the House of Representatives. Congressman Kennedy joins Dan in the NightSide studio to discuss ongoing budget issues, the volatile situation […]
BOSTON (CBS) – Once a massive empire, Howard Johnson’s restaurants have all but disappeared from the local landscape. With the Lake Placid, New York location being sold and closed this week after nearly sixty years […]
BOSTON (CBS) Starbucks wanted a conversation about race, and in this Weekend Commentary, Dan Rea gives it to them. Originally aired March 29th, 2015.
BOSTON (CBS) – In this Weekend Commentary, Dan Rea agrees that Senator Warren should run for President. Originally aired March 28th, 2015.
BOSTON (CBS) – A proposed natural gas pipeline that would run through West Roxbury has received official approval. But not all West Roxbury residents are happy with the project. Mark McDonald, a natural gas safety […]