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ZUMIX: The Voice of Youth in Boston

​“There are youth who are going through some rough times right now–we’re all going through some rough times. Through music, I’m able to send a message so that hopefully somebody out there going through a rough time can finally rise up for themselves.”

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Gouda Talks with Bon Me

On Jess Eng’s first episode of Gouda Talks, a podcast exploring the intersection of race, class, and gender in food, she talks to CEO of Bon Me, Patrick Lynch (‘05).

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Perfume Genius Discusses His Time at Boston…

Perfume Genius gets both wacky and intimate in his discussion with WHRB News correspondent Aaron Fogelson at Boston Calling. He discusses his time at Boston Calling, adjusting to fame & more on this episode of Inside The Dogghouse!

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Boston Art Book Fair 2019 Highlights

​WHRB visited the 2019 Boston Art Book Fair Preview Party to take a peek at this year’s wonderful offerings. Set to an eclectic DJ set (Dilla & Talking Heads in the same night?) by DJ 7L, we saw some of the best in bookmaking for this year. Here are some of our highlights!

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Bombay Bicycle Club’s Triumphant Return to…

Five years later in the same month of October, I jumped at the chance to see their return tour at the Boston Royale. Peering into those same faces at the Royale’s front lines, I immersed myself in the breathtaking performance that solidified them as the best band — live and recorded — in my mind.

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Ramblin’ Dan: A Street Musician and a…

About to celebrate 35 years of his Professor World Band act, Ramblin’ Dan looks back on his time before coming to Boston with his story of graduate school, Kerouac, public gardens, and a van and bike that took him to see and sing to the world. ​​Photo courtesy of Ramblin' Dan.​

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Gouda Talks: Kosher Food on the Go

On the second episode of Gouda Talks, a podcast exploring the intersection of culture in food, Jess sits down with Ari Kendall, the co-founder and head chef for the Chik Chak food truck. Always rapidly moving, working, and cooking, the life of a food truck chef presents many challenges (even truck fires), but according to Kendall, reaps even more rewards.