Baker Urges Continued Caution As Mass. Sees Decline In Coronavirus Cases While States In The South, West See Surges
Arizona reported a new daily record of coronavirus cases Wednesday, with more than 4,800 new cases confirmed and close to one out of three people who were tested the previous day testing positive. By comparison, fewer than one in 50 people are currently testing positive in Massachusetts.

Nevertheless, Gov. Charlie Baker is reminding Bay State residents that the state is far from out of the woods just yet. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones, former president of the American Public Health Association and a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, as well as a senior fellow and professor at Morehouse School of Medicine; and Dr. Nahid Bhadelia, an associate professor at Boston University School of Medicine and a physician at Boston Medical Center.

Boston Pops Go Virtual For This Year’s Fourth Of July Celebration
The annual Boston Pops Fourth of July Spectacular is among the many long-standing traditions that have been called off this year due to coronavirus. But the show will go on with a pre-produced television special, called "A Boston Pops Salute To Our Heroes." To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Boston Pops Conductor Keith Lockhart.

With Roots In The Civil Rights Movement, Roller Skating Is So Much More Than Just A Passing Trend
With people itching for something to do outside the house during the coronavirus shutdown, and skating videos going viral on social media platforms like Tik Tok and Instagram, the retro pastime of roller skating is having a moment. But for long-time skaters, it is so much more than just a passing online trend. Tori Bedford reports.