Today on Boston Public Radio:

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu joined for “Ask the Mayor,” addressing the Boston Globe’s public records request for her texts and saying that she does not use text for anything work-related. She also took listener calls.

NBC Sports Boston anchor and reporter Trenni Casey discussed March Madness, online sports betting’s launch in Massachusetts and the Natural Selection snowboarding competition.

GBH executive arts editor Jared Bowen covered the MFA exhibiting enslaved Black potters’ work in “Hear Me Now,” the biggest showing of Vermeer paintings ever at the Rijksmuseum selling out and Tennessee Lt. Gov. Randy McNally’s comments on suggestive Instagram photos.

Lee Pelton, CEO & President of the Boston Foundation, discussed Boston’s reparations task force, a new round of foundation funding from the “Business Equity Fund” and the high costs of child care.

John King joins for the latest political headlines, including the Biden administration’s approval of The Willow Project, a controversial oil drilling project in Alaska. King is CNN’s chief National Correspondent and anchor of “Inside Politics.”

We closed the show by asking listeners about their experiences during the Nor’easter. Do they still feel confident against freezing weather or have they gotten to used to the warmer weather this season?