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Former Mayor Ray Flynn. Boston has certainly changed since 1993 when Mayor Raymond Flynn left office to serve as the United States Ambassador to the Holy See. From the Big Dig project that changed the city’s landscape, to the Boston Marathon bombing that brought a city together to stand Boston Strong during a tragedy. Morgan chats with former Boston Mayor Ray Flynn about how the city has changed and evolved over the years.

Back-To-School Jitters. It’s that time again…back to the academic grind. For many students, getting back into a routine creates anxiety and fear. Add COVID to the equation and the adjustment can become overwhelming. Educational Psychologist Dr. Ronda Goodale joins Morgan with tips on how to calm those back-to-school jitters.

Scaled Back. Coronavirus has hit every industry hard, but as a musician who relies heavily on concerts and public appearances for income, the pandemic has been financially devastating. Add to that all the roadies, sound engineers, security guards, and haulage companies that work alongside these artists regularly, and the financial impact rises even more. Morgan welcomes longtime columnist for the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald, Dean Johnson, to discuss the current music scene.

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