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FULL SHOW: Blue Wave Breaking?; 'Portraits Of Resilience'; White House 'Humor'

Has The ‘Blue Wave’ Already Broken?
Are hopes of a so-called Democrat blue wave fading for 2018 and 2020? Jesse Mermell, former aide to Gov. Deval Patrick, and Philip Johnston, former chairman of the Massachusetts Democratic Party joined Jim Braude to discuss.

Students’ Mental Health Struggles Showcased In New Book
MIT professor Daniel Jackson, author of “Portraits of Resilience,” a book highlighting students dealing with anxiety or depression, joined two people featured in the book — senior Haley Cope and former student Caterina Colon — to discuss mental health on college campuses.

Paddington Bear Celebrates 60 Years With First-Ever American Exhibit At Amherst Museum
Arts Editor Jared Bowen catches up with the artist behind the beloved storybook bear, Paddington, whose work is being featured in the U.S. for the first time at an exhibition at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst.

IMHO: White House “Humor”
Jim weighs in on a White House staffer’s disgusting joke about Arizona Sen. John McCain, who is battling aggressive brain cancer.

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