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This year’s Retro Halloween Bash is in the books…and on video. Thanks to Coors Light and Tito’s Handmade Vodka for sponsoring, Ned Devine’s for hosting, and to all of you who came out in costume to celebrate Halloween a day early. Here’s a gallery from our friends at Ned Devine’s if you’d like to peep some pics, too.
Pats vs. Broncos. Brady vs. Manning. Oh yeah, and a bunch of other football games, too. Steve Silva and Chris Rattey from Boston.com Sports joined Paul Driscoll and me to break down the big games and talk lines and the upsets, presented by Foxwoods. More
Lori Ehrlich is the State Representative for the Massachusetts 8th Essex District. She joined us in studio this morning to talk about the bottle bill, Question 2 on this Tuesday’s ballot. You can guess where I stand on this one. More
Last week English band Temples performed live in RadioBDC Studio B, presented by KW Insurance Agency. Noel Gallagher’s favorite new band played stripped-down versions of their song’s “Shelter Song”, “Keep in the Dark”, and “Prisms”. More
CreaturoS are busy practicing at their space in Somerville when I stop by to take pictures. Their space, a tiny room in bassist Joe Marrett’s basement, was built by the old owner of the house to play drums in without bothering the neighbors. The quartet is working on a new groove that sounds like it could have been a Temptations song. Marrett is climbing a scale up and down his bass while drummer Dom Mariano pounds out a trudging 4/4 beat on the high hat and snare. Guitarists Spenser Gralla and Noah Bond play matching chords with an accentuated high chord on the fourth beat. For a second, you can imagine the guys in matching powder blue suits doing choreographed moves around one microphone at the Apollo. More