Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus had it all: cash, cars, and all the toys. Then they decided to go minimal. The Boston Globe says they're "like Henry David Thoreau, but with Wi-Fi"...and 2 million followers. Boston is number 56 on their 100 city tour, and the decided to make a stop at RadioBDC. Listen to their story, and listen to Julie Kramer respond. More
Those who have been hiding under rock may not yet have heard of 'Orange Is the New Black''s much anticipated return. Social media has been buzzing as fans binge-watch the Netflix original series that follows Piper Chapman as she serves a 15 month sentence in a federal prison after being charged with drug trafficking. The show is truly addicting as it brilliantly tackles a a broad range of issues including racism, sexism, gender and mental illness. But this show also deserves major props for it's wide-ranging soundtrack selections. More
Do you ever hear a song and just love it? I mean, right off the bat, you’re hooked. And the more you hear it, the more you like it. It gets stuck in your head and, quite frankly everywhere else. The New England Revolution currently sit atop the Eastern Conference in the MLS standings. The World Cup is about to get underway in Brazil. What better time to talk to Chris Tierney of the Revs? Paul Driscoll and I did just that. Ben Bradlee, Jr., who spent 10 years as a Boston Globe reporter and 15 years as Editor, is the author of The Kid: The Immortal Life of Ted Williams. He joined us this morning to talk about the tome. I’m sure Sia’s performance on ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers’ would have been stellar on it’s own, but the addition of Lena Dunham’s quirky interpretive dance moves brought it to a whole other level. The ‘Girls’ creator and star sporting a platinum blonde wig, showcased her eccentric moves while Sia lay motionless in a bunk... Read more » Depeche Mode’s synth-pop classics have been given a unique facelift today by the “chiptune” and “synthpunk” collective 8-Bit Operators. Using re-purposed and modified Nintendos, Gameboys, Ataris, and other gaming systems, the “Tribute to Depeche Mode: Enjoy The Silence” gives new life to some of the band’s greatest works. The tribute spans three decades, including favorites like “Just Can’t... Read more » Our old friends Wolf Gang played a stripped-down set at the Manning House in the Art of the Americas Wing of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston on Friday, June 6, 2014, providing a perfect ending to this spring’s MFA Sessions. Be sure to watch previous sets from St. Lucia and NONONO. It it too early to ask if the Sox should be sellers or buyers? Who, if anyone, is to blame for Stephen Drew’s slow start? Is hindsight really 20/20? We ask a lot of questions when the Sox aren’t playing well. Lucky for us, Chad Finn and Steve Silva have answers.
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