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Yurts, Barns and Igloos: Restaurants Try To Lure Diners In A Pandemic But It’s Just Not Enough
Want to dine in a yurt? A barn? An igloo? Restaurants are trying all kinds of ways to lure customers to safe dining in a COVID winter, and to keep their business alive until spring.
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IMHO: The Flint Water Crisis
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on justice far-too-long delayed in the Flint water crisis.
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MGH Doctor Calls On Governor Baker To Speed Up Vaccinations, Immediately
Massachusetts has fallen from 26th to 31st place when it comes to percent of population vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a Washington Post analysis.
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Three Tips To Root Out White Nationalists In The Military From A Retired Air Force Lt. General
The suspected involvement of multiple people with military ties in the Capitol riot has highlighted a growing problem for the Defense Department.
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Clock Ticks Down On President Trump's Final Hours In Office
While President Trump prepared to issue a spree of pardons, tens of thousands of troops prepared for a high-security transition of power.
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Frontline Director Michael Kirk On How Biden's Past Will Likely Shape America’s Future
President-elect Joe Biden is expected to use his inaugural address to cast himself as the opposite of his predecessor, with an emphasis on unity over division and empathy over personal grievance.
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Politicians across the country have seen their homes become political targets, from Democrats like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer to Republicans like soon-to-be
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After nearly a year of isolation, the pandemic has taken away Bridget Donovan’s friends, school acquaintances and activities, and brought back something familiar — anxiety and depression.
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Beat The Press Rants & Raves: 01/15/21
The panel reviews the week in media.
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Vogue’s Kamala Cover Controversy
The magazine is catching flak for the selection of its February cover photo of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. Why did Editor in Chief Anna Wintour feel she had artistic license with Harris?
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A New Media Reckoning Over Trump?
Some journalists are now saying the traditional media shares equal blame for appeasing and enabling President Trump over the past four years. But is the criticism misplaced?
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Should The Media Out All Capitol Protestors?
Self-appointed internet sleuths are combing through the copious amount of social media generated during the Capitol insurrection to identify everyone who might have been there.
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Why Is The Vaccine Rollout In Massachusetts Lagging So Far Behind Its Neighbors?
Massachusetts might be a hub of scientific discovery and the home of coronavirus vaccine producer Moderna, but when it comes to actually getting shots in peoples’ arms, the state ranks 25th, and
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Congressman Jim McGovern On The GOP’s Culpability In The Capitol Attack
Congressman Jim McGovern was just inside the part of the Capitol building that a mob was attempting to storm last week when a Capitol police officer shot and killed one person.
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Sen. Ed Markey On The Need To Convict President Trump
The House voted Wednesday to impeach President Trump a second time on a charge of “incitement of insurrection” following last week’s siege on the Capitol, but many questions remain about whether the
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Rep. Jake Auchincloss On Historic Vote To Impeach President Trump A Second Time
Every Democrat in the House, along with 10 Republicans, voted Wednesday to impeach President Trump for a historic second time — charging him with “incitement for insurrection” after last week’s
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IMHO: The Trouble With Ginni Thomas
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on the conflict of interest embodied by the political activism of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ wife.
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Institutions In Boston & Beyond Move To Cut Ties With Top Trump Loyalists In Congress
Harvard University’s Kennedy School joined several other institutions severing ties with political leaders associated with last week’s insurgency by dropping Republican congresswoman Elise Stafanik
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Biden COVID Adviser Pushes For Simplified Vaccine Distribution Process
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar announced changes to the federal COVID vaccine rollout Tuesday, including recommending states offer vaccines to everyone over the age of 65, and those
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IMHO: A Badge Of Shame
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on reports that Patriots coach Bill Belichik will be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Trump.
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Will President Trump Face Accountability During Final Days In Office?
House Democrats filed an article of impeachment against President Donald Trump for the second time Monday, with a promise to move forward with the process if Vice President Mike Pence does not
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Is Another Lockdown Ahead Amid Massachusetts Winter COVID Surge?
Massachusetts averaged more than 6,000 new coronavirus cases per day over the last week, as the pandemic rages on in the state following the December holiday season. Dr.
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Beat The Press Rants & Raves: 01/08/21
The panel reviews the week in media.
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Covering Conspiracy Theory Nonsense Without Elevating It
After the failed insurrection at the Capitol, responsible media outlets found themselves in an all-too-familiar position: how to explain the conspiracy theories Trump supporters are spreading about
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Facebook and Twitter Finally Silence Trump
After years of half-steps, missteps, and wrestling with how to handle President Trump’s incendiary posts, Facebook and Twitter shut him down, at least temporarily.
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Covering A Day Like No Other
As Trump loyalists rampaged through the Capitol, the media scrambled to find the right terminology to describe what was happening, while reporters on the ground had to cover an historic event
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If there was Academy Award for best actor in a documentary, joked Bowen, Marty Walsh would take home the Oscar.
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'We Are In The Most Dangerous Part Of The Trump Presidency' Says GBH News' Peter Kadzis
GBH News senior editor and political analyst Peter Kadzis joined host Joe Mathieu on GBH's Morning Edition to discuss the historic events that transpired when a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S.
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Is It Time To Replace Cancel Culture With “Call-In” Culture?
Long-time activist Loretta Ross is on a mission to highlight what she sees as the limits of "call-out" or “cancel” culture.
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Trump Casts Shadow Over Georgia Senate Runoff Elections
Boston Globe Senior Opinion Writer Kimberly Atkins joined Jim Braude to discuss how heavily President Donald Trump is influencing Georgia politics and the party at large, and what Tuesday’s runoff
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