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Hitting The High Notes: Music Matters In Schools

In part four of her series ‘Music Education: Hitting the High Notes,’ WBZ’s Mary Blake talks about the important of music for the growth of children.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–10/17/2014

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Hitting The High Notes: ‘Taste The Music’

In part five of her week long series “Music Education: Hitting the High Notes,” WBZ’s Mary Blake has the story of an influential teacher in Boston.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–10/16/2014

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Hitting The High Notes: Bands, From Marching To Mariachi

The pull of music is both powerful and global and is often called an essential part of life’s narrative. WBZ Radio’s Mary Blake reports.


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Hitting The High Notes: Middle School Music to Boston Symphony Orchestra

From improving visual and verbal skills, to boosting the immune system, the benefits from ‘having music’ in our lives are endless. WBZ Radio’s Mary Blake reports.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–10/13/2014

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Medford Fifth Grade Teacher Surprised With $25K Award

McGlynn Elementary School teacher wins the famed Milken Educator Award. WBZ Radio’s Bernice Corpuz reports.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–10/08/2014

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The NFL Experience: New Technology and Upgrades for Fans

While the NFL struggles with player controversies, some stadiums are also struggling to keep attendance from dropping. Many owners are turning to high tech offerings to entice the football fan.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–09/26/2014

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s History

The first commercial radio station in the country, WBZ NewsRadio 1030 has a long and storied history. The staff has told audiences countless stories over the years. But here are a few you may not know about.


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Behind The Mic With Joe Mathieu: Defining The Middle Class

How do you define middle class based on income?


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The Dave Maynard Spin

Having known Dave Maynard for close to a half century, I’m proud to have called him a teacher, a mentor, a cohort and a friend. “His expertise had no bounds”, so eloquently stated on the back cover of the book. One minute he was a total “goof” and the next minute he was charismatic and brilliant, but at no time was there any doubt…….HE was Dave Maynard and everyone should know that.


Nicholas and Virginia Payne speak with reporters at Suffolk Superior Court. (Photo courtesy: Suffolk County D.A.'s Office)

Carl Stevens’ Journal: A Family’s Pain

Nicholas Payne was asked what it was like to see the man accused of killing his daughter.