The Crime of Being Poor: Interview with Brook…

On this episode of The Jenx, host Maya Jenkins sits down with Brook Hopkins, Executive Director of the Criminal Justice Policy Program at Harvard Law School. Brook is an experienced lawyer who has worked on a variety of cases, including death penalty cases, civil rights cases, immigration cases, and criminal cases.


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.”



Three Years on the Net Zero Action Plan

This June, Cambridge's official commitment to net zero emissions turns three years old. ​​Joyce Lu of WHRB sat down with Susanne Rasmussen, the Director of Environmental and Transportation Planning for the city, to see what her department has been up to.


The Darker Side

Daniel Avery's Song for Alpha: Seeking Solace…

WHRB Spoke with visionary techno DJ Daniel Avery— on his new album Song for Alpha, and the spark into his electro-psychedelic world. Though UK-based, Daniel chatted with us in Boston before his return to Middlesex Lounge after writing his name in the Make It New stone tablets two years ago. Sound writings are in reference to his most recent release, Song For Alpha, which came out this past Friday April 10.