To Save or Not To Save? Last week’s major snowstorm pummeled the entire northeast region of the country, including the city of Boston. As has been the practice for many years, residents who shoveled out parking spaces in the immediate aftermath took advantage of the space saver tradition and marked their territory. But now, a week after the storm has passed, some folks are still trying to save their space, and even threatening drivers that dare to park in them. Do you think it’s time for Boston to do away with the time-honored tradition of space savers? Or should we be more respectful of the time and work it takes to shovel out a space? Call in and tell us where you stand!
Big News for Worcester! When people talk about cities in Massachusetts, Worcester is often forgotten. But does the city deserve more recognition for its recent economic growth and success? Tonight, Dan is joined in studio by Paul Morano, Assistant Chief Development Officer for the City of Worcester, and Harry Kokkinis, President of the Worcester-based company Table Talk Pies, to talk about what Worcester has to offer and what the future holds. Call in with your comments or questions and join the conversation!
Will We Get a Deal on DACA? On Tuesday, the President shocked press and pundits alike by holding a bipartisan negotiation on immigration and allowing the entire conversation to be captured on camera. While neither side seemed willing to give up much, there seemed to be some consensus that an agreement regarding the DACA program was necessary. Jessica Vaughan, Director of Policy Studies for the Center for Immigration Studies, checks in to give us her thoughts on DACA. Do you think Congress will be able to reach a deal? Should we continue the ‘Dreamers’ program, or is the biased mainstream media simply using emotional appeal to push its anti-American agenda? Call in and be heard!