Is Shaming Others For 'Bad Coronavirus Behavior' Making The Pandemic Worse?
As top health officials give dire new warnings about the course of the pandemic in the months ahead, questions remain about the best way to get Americans to follow health guidelines. Many have turned to shaming friends and neighbors for not following COVID guidance, but some public health experts argue that may be causing more harm than good. In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly was joined by Dr. Abraar Karan, internist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School; and Julia Marcus, an epidemiologist and professor at Harvard Medical School.

‘Buy Me, Boston: Volume 2’ Gives A Look At Three Decades Of City History Through Posters Past
In his second volume of ‘Buy Me, Boston,’ Brian Coleman gives a new look back in time at three decades of local history through posters, ads and flyers. He joined Adam to discuss.