Skaters enjoy the Boston Common Frog Pond on a wintry Boston night. Does Boston need better late-night options for its residents? Will a push by the Mayor be enough to change it?

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BPR: Politics, Late-Night Boston, All Revved Up, Bullying And Coaching, Food Labels

March 10, 2014
  • Charlie Chieppo from Chieppo Strategies and former Mass. Treasurer Shannon O'Brien were Jim and Margery's guests for BPR's Monday politics segment. Chieppo and O'Brien looked at the conservative conference CPAC, and then talked local politics. (Starts at 1:00)
  • Boston after dark: Jim and Margery opened the lines to hear how listeners reacted to Mayor Marty Walsh's moves for better late-night options in Boston. Greg Selkoe, CEO of Karmaloop and the founder of the Future Boston Alliance, weighed in as well. (Starts at 36:09)
  • All Revved Up! The Revs. Emmett Price and Irene Monroe were back in Studio Three for their weekly segment. Emmett Price is a professor of enthnomusicology and the music industry at Northeastern University. Rev. Irene Monroe is a blogger for Huffington Post, and a syndicated religion columnist. (Starts at 59:26)
  • Northeastern University's Dan Lebowitz joined Jim and Margery to talk about recent allegations of bullying by a college basketball coach. Lebowitz is the Executive Director of Northeastern's Sport and Society. (Starts at 1:24:14)
  • Food writer Corby Kummer from The Atlantic joined Jim and Margery to talk about the redesign of US food labels. Kummer also discussed his judging on a new episode of the Food Network show, "Beating Bobby Flay." (Starts at 1:38:07)

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