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Sam Roberts Band Live in the Lab
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You could've cut the tension in the air with a knife. Canadian singer-songwriter Sam Roberts was set to take the stage at the Globe Media Lab while his beloved Team Canada was battling Latvia in Sochi to cement their spot in the medal round for Men's Hockey. Thanks to some generous fans providing score updates during the set--and a Canadian win--Sam turned in a solid performance. More
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Friends of Boston’s Homeless host 27th Annual Beyond Shelter Gala
Boston events
This morning, we welcomed Executive Director of Friends of Boston's Homeless' Mariann Bucina Roca, Tavolo's Nuno Alves, and Jim Solomon from The Fireplace to talk about this year's Beyond Shelter Gala, happening this Thursday, April 10 at the House of Blues. More
Dave Koz is the Ned Stark of smooth jazz saxophonists: he’s skilled, respected, and cool as ice. Unlike Ned, however, Dave still has his head. Which made it possible for him to lay down a “smooth” version of the Game of Thrones theme. Dig it. L.A. duo HOLYCHILD stopped in before opening a sold-out bill at Great Scott in Allston. Watch their three-song set and a short interview that turns into a mini-fashion show. Peter Abraham from the Boston Globe checked in earlier from Baltimore. We talked about the strong points of the opening series against the Orioles, then looked ahead at tomorrow’s home opener at Fenway Park, which Peter says will be both moving and celebratory. Listen to Grrl Power every Wednesday and Sunday night at 9pm, only on RadioBDC. Sure, I talked Bruins with Kevin Paul Dupont: the team just came off an amazing March and are pushing to finish the season with the best record in the East. But we also talked a bit of baseball, as Dupes had a great piece on Babe Ruth in the most recent Sunday Globe. It’s springtime! Jeff Gates of the Aquitaine Group and Chef Justin Winters of Cinquecento joined me in studio to talk spring dining, markets, and brasseries vs. bistros, among other things. April is Autism Awareness Month. You’ll likely see a lot of blue this April: blue pins, blue t-shirts, major buildings in urban areas bathed in blue light. And while you might find yourself tempted to dismiss “Light It Up Blue” as just another marketing campaign (which it is), please don’t. There’s something bigger going on... Read more »