Gov. Deval Patrick Is Officially In For 2020; Americans Ponder The Impeachment Hearings
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick officially entered the Democratic primary on Thursday, adding a new wrinkle to the race to unseat the president next year. Meanwhile, voters and pundits alike are digesting the first day of televised impeachment hearings on Wednesday, which brought new revelations from diplomat William Taylor.

Jim Braude was joined by Boston Globe columnist Adrian Walker, Adam Reilly of WGBH News, and Charles Chieppo, former policy director for Gov. Mitt Romney and now a senior fellow at the Pioneer Institute.

A New Amputation Procedure Holds Promise For Patients
Cristina Quinn reports on a woman from Bedford, New Hampshire who’s helping local researchers perfect a new kind of amputation procedure that allows the patient to move their bionic limb with their brain like before.

Betsy Siggins Remembers The Early Days Of Boston’s Folk Scene And Club 47
Betsy Siggins has been a driving force in the Boston folk scene for years, starting as a founding member of Club 47, now known as Club Passim. She has worked with just about every great there is, from Tom Rush and Judy Collins, to Bob Dylan and Joan Baez.

Siggins joined Jim Braude ahead of of Passim's star-studded 60th anniversary concert, where Baez will present her with a lifetime achievement award.

IMHO: It’s Time To Pass The Equal Rights Amendment
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on the need to finally enshrine equal rights for women in the Constitution.

Additional footage from “For the Love of the Music: The Club 47 Folk Revival," Courtesy of Ezzie Films,