As we do every Monday at 2 p.m., Chad Finn, Steve Silva and I sat down to talk Red Sox baseball. After breaking down the team's spring defensive woes and Grady Sizemore's resurgence, we turned our attention to the rotation, which manager John Farrell predicts will feature Clay Buchholz as the team's number five starter. More
North Carolina folk-rock titans The Avett Brothers made the jump to arena headliners in Boston on Saturday night with a massive show at TD Garden. Bluegrass revivalists Old Crow Medicine Show provided support.
A few months ago, we pondered how Juicy J can keep reinventing himself and stay relevant. Now you can see the man himself. Or if rap isn't your game, get moving with Glitch Mob or get weird with Xiu Xiu. Here's what's happening this week. More
Sam Potrykus calls from the road, where he is touring with local noise punk heroes Guerilla Toss. The band had played another packed show at a house in Baltimore the night before, and Potrykus, typically in very positive spirits, still seems giddy from the experience. "The place they played has been really good to Boston bands like Speedy Ortiz and Grass Is Green," he says. "We're cool with them because we hook a lot of the same bands up who tour through here when they hit Boston." More
Longtime Arlington Catholic high school hockey coach Dan Shine brings you the latest from the Super 8 tournament. Listen.
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Daylight savings time is perhaps the greatest holiday of the year because it provides more inspiration for late-night rocking. No longer will you suffer from cabin fever and continue having to live life as a shut-in square. Embrace the daylight, open up to the world, and rock! More