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With Roots In The Civil Rights Movement, Roller Skating Is So Much More Than Just A Passing Trend
With people itching for something to do outside the house during the coronavirus shutdown, and skating videos going viral on social media platforms like Tik Tok and Instagram, the retro pastime of | 2 Jul 2020, 0:02
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Boston Pops Go Virtual For This Year’s Fourth Of July Celebration
The annual Boston Pops Fourth of July Spectacular is among the many long-standing traditions that have been called off this year due to coronavirus. 1 Jul 2020, 23:56
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Gov. Baker Urges Continued Caution As Mass. Sees Decline In Coronavirus Cases
Arizona reported a new daily record of coronavirus cases Wednesday, with more than 4,800 new cases confirmed and close to one out of three people who were tested the previous day testing positive. 1 Jul 2020, 23:53
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Mass. Reopening: A Movie Theater CEO & Head Of The NE Aquarium Weigh In As Baker Considers Phase 3
Massachusetts reported no new coronavirus deaths Tuesday for the first time in months, another positive indicator in public health data as the state continues its phased reopening process. 30 Jun 2020, 23:06
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Mass. Reopening: Owners Of A Nail Salon & A Massage Clinic On How They Are Navigating The Moment
Massachusetts reported no new coronavirus deaths Tuesday for the first time in months, another positive indicator in public health data as the state continues its phased reopening process. 30 Jun 2020, 23:06
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Mass. Reopening: Two Restaurateurs Weigh In As State Allows Indoor Dining
Massachusetts reported no new coronavirus deaths Tuesday for the first time in months, another positive indicator in public health data as the state continues its phased reopening process. 30 Jun 2020, 23:05
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Coronavirus Triggers A Wave of New Uses for UVC
For decades, UV light has been used as a disinfectant, with many cities including Boston use a form of UV light called UVC to treat drinking water. 30 Jun 2020, 0:29
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Nobel Prize-Winning Economists On The Call For Federal Stimulus Funds In Wake Of Coronavirus Slump
While the expansion of unemployment benefits, along with those federal relief checks, has led to a slight and temporary decrease in the national poverty rate during coronavirus, concerns remain | 30 Jun 2020, 0:28
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Jennifer Horn Of The Lincoln Project On The Group’s Anti-Trump Coronavirus Ad
A new attack ad hitting President Trump for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic comes not from the Biden campaign, but from a group of Republicans and former Republicans working against the | 30 Jun 2020, 0:21
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Facebook Ad Boycott: Will the Tech Giant Do More to Police Content?
Major companies say they will temporarily stop buying Facebook ads as part of a campaign to get the tech giant to better police hateful and misleading content. 26 Jun 2020, 23:46
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Press Secretary Carousel: New Low or Full Circle?
The Trump White House has cycled through more press secretaries and communication directors than any administration in recent memory. 26 Jun 2020, 23:45
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Moral Reckoning or Wrecking Journalism? Media Grapples With Calls For Equity
Most news organizations have committed to hiring more staff of color, but some are calling for a more sweeping transformation, saying the very notions of journalistic objectivity and neutrality are | 26 Jun 2020, 23:44
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How Can The U.S. Get A Handle On The Spread Of Coronavirus?
Deaths from the coronavirus in the United States have now surpassed 122,000 and new hot spots have emerged in states including California and Texas. 26 Jun 2020, 0:04
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Swimmer Safety In The Pandemic
Outdoor community pools were allowed to open for the first time this week in Massachusetts, as part two of phase two of the reopening plan went into effect. 25 Jun 2020, 22:25
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Aide At Soldiers' Home In Holyoke: COVID-19 Deaths Could Have Been Prevented
A scathing report released Wednesday found that leadership of the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home made “utterly baffling” errors this spring in their handling of a coronavirus outbreak at the longterm care | 24 Jun 2020, 23:50
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Facing An Uncertain Fall, Parents Consider Home Schooling
As some parents remain concerned about sending their children back to school in the fall over coronavirus concerns, the uncertainty is leading a growing number of families to consider another | 24 Jun 2020, 23:45
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Mass. Residents Remain Cautious About Public Activities As COVID-19 Numbers Fall
As the United States sees rising coronavirus case rates in 26 states, Massachusetts residents — where the virus transmission rate is now the lowest in the country — are continuing to show caution | 24 Jun 2020, 23:43
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Lunch Hour Live — The Rise Of The Anti-Racist Book List
WGBH Executive Arts Editor Jared Bowen chats with Children's Librarian of the Dudley Branch of the Boston Public Library, Philecia Harris; Head Librarian of the Parker Hill Branch of the BPL, Karen | 24 Jun 2020, 16:00
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Rep. Ayanna Pressley On Police Reform: “This Is A Moment Of Reckoning”
Weeks after the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the nation is reckoning with the history of racism in policing. 23 Jun 2020, 23:44
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Milton Middle School Teacher ‘Flabbergasted’ By Disciplinary Action After Lesson On Race
Amid a nationwide reckoning on systemic racism, sixth-grade English teacher Zakia Jarrett thought a lesson plan on the intersection of race and poetry would be timely for her students. 23 Jun 2020, 23:02
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‘Make Way For Ducklings’ Artist Nancy Schön Unveils New ‘COVID-19’ Sculpture on WGBH News
Nancy Schön is best-known as the sculptor behind the iconic ‘Make Way For Ducklings’ statues in Boston’s Public Garden, but with her latest project she's telling a very different kind of story. 23 Jun 2020, 22:46
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Fundraiser For ‘Foundation To Be Named Later’ Moves Online
For the past two decades, Hot Stove Cool Music has brought together some of the biggest stars in music and baseball to raise money for the Foundation To Be Named Later, the charity of former Red Sox | 23 Jun 2020, 0:01
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BU School of Public Health Dean: ‘We Should Continue To Be Worried’ As Cases Rise Amid Reopenings
Massachusetts moved ahead Monday with its gradual reopening plan, with indoor restaurants allowed to serve customers, and nail salons, massage parlors and tattoo and piercing shops allowed to open | 22 Jun 2020, 23:59
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Former U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz On The Firing Of SDNY U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman
Attorney General Bill Barr's firing of U.S. 22 Jun 2020, 23:57
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Battle Over Bolton’s Book: Trump Administration Tries to Silence Criticism
The Department of Justice is suing to stop publication of former National Security Advisor John Bolton’s look into the Trump White House, but the most explosive allegations have already been leaked | 19 Jun 2020, 22:23
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Why Did The Wall Street Jounal Give The Vice President A Platform?
The Wall Street Journal published an op-ed this week from Vice President Mike Pence, claiming we’ve beaten the coronavirus, and blaming the media for being alarmist. 19 Jun 2020, 22:16
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Too Credulous of Cops’ Accusations?
In the aftermath of the police killings of George Floyd, news organizations have pounced on incidents of alleged retaliation against the cops. 19 Jun 2020, 22:08
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Media Rants & Raves: 06/19/20
The panel reviews the week in media. On this week’s edition of Beat The Press, Emily Rooney was joined by former CNN White House correspondent Dan Lothian, Lylah Alphonse formerly of U.S. 19 Jun 2020, 22:01
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A Pulmonologist Talks About Fighting The Coronavirus On The Frontlines Of The Pandemic
The pandemic has been traumatic and emotionally taxing for hospital workers throughout the country, as many have faced grueling hours, dying patients, and the constant danger of a novel, highly | 18 Jun 2020, 22:49
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Massachusetts Considers Standardized System For Police, Something Most States Have
Governor Charlie Baker has filed a bill that would create a new oversight system for police in the state — just one of four reforms being pushed by the state’s Black and Latino Legislative Caucus. 18 Jun 2020, 22:47
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