Week In Review
After eight seasons and two World Series titles together, the Boston Red Sox and manager Terry Francona are parting ways. And, troubling questions about homegrown terrorism resurface as an American-born al-Qaida cleric is killed in an air strike in Yemen and an Ashland man is indicted on charges he was planning a violent attack against the U.S. Plus, as Newton Mayor Setti Warren drops his bid to replace U.S. Senator Scott Brown, citing “the other Warren’s” entry into the race as a "huge" factor, we ask, is Elizabeth Warren the next Martha Coakley, or Ted Kennedy? And, we pay tribute to hip hop pioneer Sylvia Robinson and ask our panel to give a thumbs up or a thumbs down on Tom Brady’s haircut. We’re joined by state Senator Robert Hedlund; social critic and attorney Wendy Kaminer; and WGBH contributor Kara Miller.
See the Elizabeth Warren video we discuseed in today's "letters" segment
Hear Sylvia Robinson’s NPR obituary and watch videos of her most famous works