Today on Boston Public Radio:

  • Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld says he will challenge President Donald Trump in the 2020 Republican primary. We opened up the lines and asked our listeners for their takes.
  • Trenni Kusnierek, anchor and reporter with NBC Sports Boston, recapped yesterday's Boston Marathon.
  • Boston City Council President Andrea Campbell looked at a proposal to bring back rent control.
  • We asked listeners about a report on MBTA employees retiring in their 40s and collecting healthy pensions. Are they part of the transit agency's financial problems?
  • Christina Tosi, founder of the dessert chain Milk Bar, announced that she would be changing the name of their signature dish "crack pie" after criticism. Corby Kummer, a senior editor at The Atlantic, an award-winning food writer, and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition and Policy, weighed in.
  • John King, CNN’s chief National Correspondent and host of "Inside Politics," brought us up to date on the latest national news.
  • Fine art photographer Tabitha Soren discussed her latest photography exhibit at the Davis Museum, “Surface Tension.”