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.
Chris BurrellSeptember 23, 2018 11:15 PM
Wrongfully Jailed For 38 Years, Fred Clay Rebuilds His Life In LowellThe jubilation of being released from prison soon gave way to the reality of earning income and finding cheap shelter.
Barbara HowardSeptember 21, 2018 07:10 PM
Reviewing The Housing Crisis, 10 Years LaterHome values in the state have surpassed where they were during the last peak, in 2005. But there are huge winners and losers.
Barbara HowardSeptember 21, 2018 06:58 PM
Janitor Makes Claim Of Phony Overtime At The Boston Public LibraryWGBH investigative editor Paul Singer found out that janitors at the library had been leaving early on overnight shifts, but still getting paid time and a half for the full shift.
Barbara HowardSeptember 21, 2018 06:52 PM
Migratory Birds Take FlightAs summer comes to an end and temperatures start to cool, birds of all kinds heed nature's call and head south to warmer climates. Some make incredible journeys that challenge the imagination.