Today on Boston Public Radio:

Hurricane Ian has left a trail of devastation. We opened the lines to listeners to ask: Has climate change won? Is it too late for some spots on the coastline, like Florida and Cape Cod?

Lauren Friel and Andrew Brady from the Cambridge restaurant Dear Annie discussed their recent success, including high-profile reviews from The New York Times and Bon Appétit.

Lauren Friel and Andrew Brady on BPR | Sept. 30, 2022

Callie Crossley joined us by Zoom and discussed the Corey Lewandowski sexual harassment case, an uptick of COVID-19 levels in Massachusetts wastewater and airlines that charge a premium to keep nearby seats empty. Crossley is the host of GBH’s Under the Radar.

Callie Crossley on BPR | Sept. 30, 2022

Sue O’Connell talked about President Joe Biden’s recent “Where’s Jackie?” moment, an HIV-positive man in Revere finally able to pursue his dream of joining the Army after settling in a lawsuit and the Lizzo x James Madison collaboration via a crystal flute. O’Connell is the co-publisher of Bay Windows and South End News, and contributor to Current on NBC-LX and NECN.

Sue O'Connell on BPR | Sept. 30, 2022

James Bennett II discussed Carly Rae Jepsen’s music with a message for the burdened adult, Japanese Breakfast and Trevor Noah’s exit from “The Daily Show” after seven years. Bennett is an arts and culture reporter for GBH News.

James Bennett II on BPR | Sept. 30, 2022

Frank Poindexter, Noah Preminger and Kevin Harris joined us to celebrate the reopening of Wally’s Cafe Jazz Club. Poindexter is the general manager of Wally’s Cafe Jazz Club. Preminger and Harris play in the band Sphere 427, which performed from the Boston Public Library.

Wally's Cafe Jazz Club on BPR | Sept. 30, 2022

We closed the show with a call-in segment, and heard from listeners about their preferences between text messages or the ever-more popular voice message.