Today on Boston Public Radio:

– We opened the lines to talk with listeners about your thoughts on the return to colleges and universities in the fall.

– Food writer Corby Kummer discussed the restaurant industry’s reckoning around toxic workplace culture, and a commemorative feast at a Michigan prison to celebrate the life of George Floyd.

Beat the Press Host Emily Rooney discussed a Georgia High School's suspension of students for sharing photos of crowded hallways and read her weekly list of fixations and fulminations.

– Nia Grace, owner of Darryl’s Corner Bar & Kitchen and co-founder of the Boston Black Hospitality Coalition, discussed Boston's Black Restaurant Month and talked about how Darryl’s is holding up through the pandemic.

– Media maven Sue O’Connell talked about President Trump’s claim that Joe Biden is “anti-God” and reflected on worries about the efficiency of the USPS ahead of the 2020 election.

– Boston Globe Business Columnist Shirley Leung discussed major conflicts of interest for the president of Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and her recent endorsement of Jesse Mermell to fill Rep. Joe Kennedy’s vacant congressional seat.

– We opened the lines to talk with listeners about how you're supporting local businesses through the pandemic.