Today on Boston Public Radio:

  • We're back from a week-long hiatus, and started the show by opening the lines to catch up with our listeners on a political potpourri.
  • NBC Sports reporter Trenni Kusnierek gave an overview of NFL injuries, and focused on two recent retirees: Andrew Luck and Rob Gronkowski.
  • ACLU Massachusetts Executive Director Carol Rose discussed allegations of police misconduct against counter-protesters during the so-called "straight pride" parade Saturday in Boston.
  • Corby Kummer discussed the rise of virtual restaurants.
  • Ali Noorani, Executive Director of the National Immigration Forum, discussed the impact the public charge rule is having on immigrants trying to get state benefits.
  • CNN's John King discussed Joe Biden's strength as a candidate, and Elizabeth Warren's steady rise in the polls.
  • We closed the show by continuing the conversation around football injuries, and opened the lines to hear listeners thoughts on whether we should stop kids from playing tackle football.