This week at the WBZ Water Cooler: Andy Roddick retired after his loss to Juan Martin del Potro Wednesday. The top American Men’s Singles player over the last decade, is just 30 years old.
That USA defense was led by defender Rachel Buehler, who took a few moments from London, to stop by the WBZ Water Cooler.
At the WBZ Watercooler: Engineer Richard Rainen led the team that built the Curiosity rover.
At The WBZ Water Cooler: Who pulls the plug on Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band?
At The WBZ Water Cooler: US Women’s soccer goalie Hope Solo is getting ready for London, but in the meantime she has revealed that the Olympic Village is often home to some wildness.
At the WBZ WaterCooler, Cesar Millan is leaving his Nat Geo show ‘Dog Whisperer’ to start a new show ‘Leader of the Pack.’
The WBZ Water Cooler: We heard a couple stories this week about some weirdness on the ‘T.’
Milton is throwing a big bash all weekend. The town is turning 350 years old. Event Organizer Brian Kelly says ‘so far, so good.’
At the WBZ Water Cooler: It’s college graduation season, and we talked with a Bryant University student, Eric MacCarthy, about what it’s like to be closing his college career.
At The WBZ Water Cooler: Mothers day is just about here, and don’t forget to buy mom some flowers. We stopped by and got some ‘flower tips’ over at Curran’s in Danvers.