Photographer Erik Jacob’s latest project, “Boston Stands With Immigrants,” aims to shine a light, literally, on how local immigrants and refugees are contributing to society. It features portraits of local immigrants and refugees projected onto famous Boston landmarks. Jacobs and one of the women featured, Syrian singer-songwriter and composer Nano Raies, joined Jim Braude to discuss.
Marilyn SchairerJuly 21, 2018 07:56 AM
Slain Weymouth Sgt. Laid To Rest As Thousands Of Police Officers Pay Their RespectsThe funeral for Sgt. Michael Chesna was held at St. Mary's Church in Hanover
WGBH NewsJuly 20, 2018 05:37 PM
A Neighborhood Dispute Caught On Video Goes Viral, But Was It Newsworthy?Media outlets everywhere picked up a viral video of a neighborhood dispute -- was it newsworthy?
Under The Radar StaffJuly 20, 2018 05:02 PM
Advocates Try To Beat The State’s Legislative Clock To Stop Distracted DrivingAdvocates are pushing state legislators to pass a distracted driving bill.
Tina MartinJuly 20, 2018 04:39 PM
Boston Duck Tours Reassures Customers After Deadly Accident in MissouriThe company is responding to the tour boat accident in Missouri Thursday that left more than a dozen people dead and several still missing.