Suffolk County DA Rachael Rollins On 'Misogynistic' Attempt By Four DAs To Intervene In Court Case
Four Massachusetts district attorneys recently took the unprecedented step of requesting to join a case to argue against another district attorney — Suffolk County’s Rachael Rollins — in a case regarding parole for young adults convicted of first-degree murder. The state’s Supreme Judicial Court later ruled against the four men. Jim Braude was joined by Rollins to discuss.
Restaurants Grapple With An Uncertain Future Even As Indoor Dining In Mass. Resumes
Even as Massachusetts allows indoor dining to resume amid the coronavirus pandemic, many restaurants across the state are struggling financially. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Tony Maws, chef and owner of Craigie on Main and the now-closed Craigie Burger, and Jody Adams, chef and co-owner of Porto, Saloniki Greek, and TRADE.
In A Time Of Uncertainty, Bostonians Embrace Their Community Gardens
Community gardens have been a part of Boston's landscape for decades. Neighbors can sign up to get a small plot of land to cultivate and enjoy a little fresh air. As Liz Neisloss reports, those gardens hold even more meaning for residents now.