You have, no doubt, seen the iconic photo of Carlos Arredondo, the man in the cowboy hat, helping save lives after the bombs went off at the finish line of the Boston Marathon five years ago. Now, at age 57, he’s getting ready to run the race himself — in memory of those who died as well as for the Arredondo Family Foundation, which was founded in honor of his sons, Alex, a marine who died in Iraq in 2004, and Brian, who committed suicide in 2011. Carlos Arredondo, his wife Melida, and Sergeant Ray Regan, who will run alongside Carlos as his guide, joined Jim Braude to discuss.
Boston Public Radio StaffJuly 19, 2018 04:11 PM
BPR Full Show: 7/19/2018The full episode of Boston Public Radio from Thursday, July 19, 2018.
Jason TureskyJuly 19, 2018 11:51 AM
Berklee And Emerson Presidents On Higher EducationThe presidents of Emerson College and Berklee College Of Music discuss the ins and outs of running a college.
Craig LeMoultJuly 19, 2018 08:15 AM
Massachusetts' Only Glass Recycling Plant ClosesThere’s still plenty of glass that needs to be disposed of, and there's no perfect option for getting rid of it.
WGBH NewsJuly 18, 2018 09:55 PM
IMHO: OutVets Are In At The South Boston Parade. Vets For Peace Should Be TooJim Braude shares his thoughts on the change in management for the Southie St. Patrick’s Day Parade.