Today on Boston Public Radio:

  • SoulCycle leadership is throwing a fundraiser for President Donald Trump. SoulCyclers who don't support Trump now feel conflicted about where their money is going. We opened the lines to ask our listeners if morality affects their consumer habits.
  • Sabine van Rensburg and Brin Schoellkopf of The 7 Fingers discussed their U.S. premiere of "Passengers" opening at ArtsEmerson this September.
  • WGBH's Emily Rooney spoke about the troubles with the Registry of Motor Vehicles in Massachusetts as well as Tucker Carlson's denial of white supremacy.
  • Tech writer Andy Ihnatko spoke about 8chan, the site on which the El Paso shooter allegedly posted an anti-immigration manifesto before killing 22 people.
  • Lindsay Mis, executive director of Massachusetts Design Art & Technology Institute, talked about the new public art installation in New Bedford called "Silver Current."
  • Boston Globe business columnist Shirley Leung discussed why Massachusetts traffic congestion is hitting its limit.
  • Three players from the Boston Renegades — Allison Cahill, Stephanie Pascual and Emily Beinecke — joined us for our weekly news quiz. The Boston Renegades are a women's tackle football team.