Mayor Marty Walsh Says He Has 3 Favorites In the 2020 Race
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh took a trip to Washington last week with Gov. Charlie Baker to push for infrastructure funding, meeting with U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and other Trump administration officials. On the local front, the city is preparing for the newly-appointed Boston Public Schools superintendent to take over, as discussions continue about how to address the ongoing achievement gap and the best way to measure student and teacher performance.

Jim Braude was joined by Mayor Marty Walsh to discuss these and other topics, including the mayor’s top three picks for the 2020 Democratic nominee.

Teens Are Watching Porn To Learn About Sex. Now What?
By some estimates, about 80 percent of teens have seen online porn. There are two main schools of thought about how adults should respond: teach kids to be critical consumers or figure out a way to get porn out of young people’s lives. Cristina Quinn reports on a porn literacy program that aims to teach young people about the messages they have received through this medium in terms of body image, ideas about consent, and safe sex.

John Waters On Being A ‘Know-It-All’
John Waters has developed a more-than cult following for his classics, like "Pink Flamingos," "Polyester," the original "Hairspray" and "Cry Baby," as well as his books, including "Shock Value," "Crackpot," "Carsick," and "Make Trouble." He’s learned a few things along the way, and now shares those lessons in his latest book, "Mr. Know-It-All: The Tarnished Wisdom of a Filth Elder."

Jim Braude was joined by John Waters.

IMHO: Game Of Groans
Jim Braude shares his expert analysis of the finale of everyone’s favorite addiction, "Game Of Thrones."