‘We Should Continue To Be Worried’ As U.S. Cases Rise Amid Reopenings, Says Dean of BU’s School of Public Health
Massachusetts moved ahead Monday with its gradual reopening plan, with indoor restaurants allowed to serve customers, and nail salons, massage parlors and tattoo and piercing shops allowed to open their doors. As different parts of the country move ahead at different paces with returning to business in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, epidemiologists warn the public health threat is not over. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Sandro Galea, Dean of Boston University’s School of Public Health.

Former U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz On The Firing Of SDNY U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman
Attorney General Bill Barr's firing of U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman this weekend led to renewed accusations of a politicized Department of Justice under President Trump. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined the former U.S. attorney for Massachusetts, Carmen Ortiz, who served under President Obama and prosecuted Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and James 'Whitey' Bulger, among others. She's now with Anderson & Kreiger LLP.

Fundraiser For ‘Foundation To Be Named Later’ Moves Online
For the past two decades, Hot Stove Cool Music has brought together some of the biggest stars in music and baseball to raise money for the Foundation To Be Named Later, the charity of former Red Sox General Manager and now Chicago Cubs President Theo Epstein, and his twin brother Paul. With many people struggling with the financial burden of the coronavirus pandemic, organizers are calling this Thursday's concert especially important. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Hot Stove Cool Music regular Kay Hanley, a Dorchester native and lead singer of the band Letters to Cleo.