WGBH senior investigative reporter Phillip Martin and former Boston Phoenix reporter Chris Faraone, joined Callie Crossley to look at some of the stories and perspectives that you may have missed this week. Among the stories they discussed:
Most people don't think of Medford as a culinary destination, but that just adds to its appeal. Thanks to Modern Pastry, the Medford residents do not have to endure the North End crowds in order to get great cannoli. And if you live in New England and cook Japanese food, then you probably know about Ebisuya Japanese Market, which is a great place to get Japanese ingredients and imports, such as Japanese candy and magazines.
This week, our stories "Under the Radar" include community housing rotting away 10 years after construction, the hurdles investigators overcame to track the Boston Marathon bombers through gun powder, and a new affordable fitness center in the South End that will fill the
If you or someone you know suffers from a mental illness like depression, schizophrenia, or an eating disorder, you know it can take years to arrive at a proper diagnosis. For the first time in two decades, a new edition of the go-to manual used by psychiatrists to diagnose such disorders is being released, but not without controversy.
Fields Corner in Dorchester really is the destination for Vietnamese cuisine in the greater Boston area. This neighborhood offers the widest and most concentrated selection of Vietnamese food throughout the city, from places where Banh Mi is served from a counter, to more formal restaurant experiences with table service.
There's been a battle over bicycle lanes along a one-mile stretch of Massachusetts Avenue in Arlington since the Massachusetts Department of Transportation floated the prospect of nearly $7 million in federal and state aid to repair the deteriorating corridor.
The aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings has overshadowed important news in the past week: sequester layoffs, new developments in a contested casino deal for the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe, and state Senate races are among a few.
UMass Boston associate professor of political science Erin O'Brien and New Democracy Coalition director Kevin Peterson joined Callie Crossley to look at the stories that have been hiding in plain sight.
Callie Crossley looked at the regional news that may have missed your radar this week with Cape Cod Times editor Paul Pronovost, New Hampshire TV and radio commentator Arnie Arnesen, and the Providence Phoenix's David Scharfenberg.