Jody Kasper has been with the Northampton police department for 19 years, rising through the ranks. In her office Tuesday, she talked about how things have changed for women on the force.
A new book about the Vietnam War, by UMass Professor Christian Appy , makes the case that today’s war-weary public has much in common with the post-Vietnam war generation.
Susan Kaplan explore some big issues of the week with Matt Szafranski of the Western Mass Politics and Insight blog, and El Sol Latino contributor and public relations consultant Natalia Muñoz.
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
Our panel breaks down the big issues of the week. This week, Susan Kaplan is joined by Mike Dobbs of the Reminder newspapers and Chris Collins, a columnist for the Greenfield Recorder
New England Public Radio’s Susan Kaplan explores some of the week’s big regional stories with Greg Saulmon of the Daily Hampshire Gazette and Matt Szafranski of the Western Mass Politics and Insight blog.
In our end-of-week round-up, our panel chats about mayoral hopefuls, economic opportunity and an impossible question facing school administrators.
A new book sheds light on Charles Dickens’ little known fascination with Massachusetts, including his visits to Springfield. University of Massachusetts, Lowell professor Diana Archibald compiled the anthology.
In our end-of-week round-up, our panel chats about Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Amtrak and Tom Brady’s battle with the NFL.
Listen to part one of our interview with Commissioner John Barbieri.
If Dzhokhar Tsarnaev gets life in prison, he’ll likely go to ADX, sometimes called the Alcatraz of the Rockies. The Boston Globe’s David Abel reports the Florence, Colorado, prison is designed for the harshest possible form of solitary confinement.
Undaunted is a new documentary about the first person with dwarfism to finish the Boston Marathon. Boston Globe reporter David Abel and Juli Windsor, the young woman who made the historic run speak about the journey.
Amherst, Massachusetts-native Emily Dickinson’s poetry runs throughout William Nicholson’s new novel that’s very simply called, “Amherst “.
Massachusetts U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren is not yet saying how she’ll vote on President Obama’s request for military authorization against ISIS. Warren’s comments came during a visit to Springfield today.
A conversation with Doug Tribou from the NPR and WBUR sports show “Only a Game.”