At the WBZ Water Cooler, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jimmy Cliff found himself in the middle of a Super Bowl commercial controversy this week.
At the WBZ Water Cooler, 2012 was a newsworthy year in music. WBZ NewsRadio’s Rod Fritz shares some of the highlights.
The Who is returning to Providence Rhode Island, for the first time since a canceled 1979 show.
Red Sox President and CEO Larry Lucchino talked with WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Ben Parker Sunday morning, touching on a variety of topics from who’s on the trading block to what went wrong last year?
The Patriots have a chance to clinch the division today in Miami.
The WBZ Water Cooler tracked down some young people, voting in their very first election.
Mobile gas stations have hit New York. National Guard Col. Richard Goldenberg says the priority will be providing gas to law enforcement agents, firefighters, EMTs and other emergency responders.
Most of New York City’s 1,700 public schools will reopen on Monday, a week after Hurricane Sandy blasted through the region.
The kids are getting ready to hit the streets and fill up those pillow cases with candy. Parents are preparing to deal with the resulting sugar highs.
Halloween night is just about here, but People have been out and about all week in Boston showing off their Halloween Costumes.