Author Toni Morrison got swallowed up by a Manhattan traffic jam this morning.
But don’t worry, she’ll join us on Friday.
Take the subway on Friday.
Ouch! Your words be daggers
Yah, me too
Hear, hear. I had to miss yesterday’s second hour. I’m in luck!
she could not even be on time for a one hour book promotion?
In Lincoln, NE where I live bicycle commuting has been pushed the last 2-3 years and it’s working. Lincoln was already a huge bicycle commuting city but even more so now. I find that commuting year-round by bike relieves stress, provides for a better quality of life and is super easy on the transportation budget.
The idea that one can’t commute because they need to wear nice clothes or they don’t want to be sweaty is a falsehood, before my Dad retired he commuted by bike to work and within an hour of getting there he has someone heart open operating on them…Anyone can do it, you just have to want to.
Retailers from Walgreens to Wal-Mart to CVS are looking to turn into health care outlets. It’s convenient. Is it good medicine? Plus: using tech to disrupt the healthcare market.
Humorist and longtime Fortune columnist Stanley Bing says, “forget the MBA.” He’s got the low-down on what you really need to master in business. Plus: the sky-high state of executive salaries.
Muckraking journalist Matt Taibbi sees a huge and growing divide in the US justice system, where big money buys innocence and poverty means guilt. He joins us.
One year after the Boston Marathon bombing, we look at national and local security on the terrorism front now, and what we’ve learned.
Boston Globe metro reporter Maria Cramer explains how the 2014 Boston Marathon will be different than races in the past.
WBUR’s senior reporter David Boeri details the ongoing investigation into the alleged Boston Marathon Bombing perpetrators.
One year after the Boston Marathon Bombing, we look back at our own coverage of the attacks and the community’s response from April 2013.