Keller @ Large: What Can Kids Learn From Tom Brady?What do we – and the kids in our audience especially – stand to learn from Brady’s illustrious career?
Keller @ Large: Rosenberg Says US Flag 'Not The Right Target' For ProtestsMassachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg came out publicly to say he was disappointed with Hampshire College in Amherst after they briefly decided to ban the American flag on campus following recent protests at the school.
Keller @ Large: Keep Your Ignorance To YourselfIf ignorance is bliss, then people who pressure schools to ban classic works of literature because they reflect outdated language and beliefs must be some of the happiest folks on earth.
Keller @ Large: Trump Should Celebrate, But There's Much More To DoThe president-elect celebrates the saving of 1,100 jobs, as he should. But Jon says there's less here than meets the eye.
Keller @ Large: Wishing We Could All Sleep Like Tom BradyJon says trying to rest like Tom Brady is a tiring exercise.
Keller @ Large: Using Nickelback To Scare Drunk DriversWhat's the best way to deter people from driving drunk? Jon explains the ingenious method police in Canada have come up with.
Keller @ Large: Lead By Example, Not RhetoricWhat a brilliant concept – leading by example, not rhetoric.
Keller @ Large: Trump's Political ManipulationJon says the president-elect's threat to criminalize flag burning is just the latest installment in a long tradition of political manipulation.
Keller @ Large: Diane Stern Ends Remarkable Run At WBZ NewsRadio 1030Diane Stern’s retirement marks the end of an especially enduring run in an industry with a lot of turnover.
Keller @ Large: A Positive Spin On The NewsAre you up for a little positive news, or at least some positive spin on the news?
Keller @ Large: Baker To Run In 2018?Gov. Charlie Baker sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller last week, and Keller asked him whether or not he would be a candidate for reelection.
Keller @ Large: 2016 Local Turkeys Of The YearJon Keller skewers the local turkeys, with no shortage of candidates to choose from.

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