On today's show: handicapping the papal conclave, banning big gulps in New York City, and chasing leads in the Isabella Stewart Gardener Museum art heist.

Full Show: Handicapping the Papal Conclave; Banning Big Gulps; and Chasing Leads in Gardener Heist

March 11, 2013

Segment 1: It's our Monday politics roundup, with Michael Goldman, President of Goldman and Associates, and former Massachusetts Republican Party Chair, Jennifer Nassour.

Segment 2: Talking about the imminent big-gulp ban in New York City. 

Segment 3: A new lead may have opened in the Isabella Stewart Gardener art heist. Boston Globe reporter Steve Kurkjian joined Jim and Margery to talk about the development.

Segment 4: Open Mic with the Rev. Eugene F. Rivers III.

Segment 5: Reporter Chris Livesay joined Jim and Margery from Rome to talk about the upcoming papal conclave.

Segment 6: The Globe's Robin Abrahams — a.k.a. Miss Conduct — talked to Jim and Margery about how to navigate office politics, ask a raise, dress better for interviews, and manage work relationships.

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