Today on Boston Public Radio:

We asked our listeners their thoughts on everything related to the upcoming Super Bowl, from the first legal bets on the big game in Massachusetts to the price of their favorite game-time snacks.

Cara Solomon, founder of the nonprofit Everyday Boston, and Ronnie Elliott, the Transformational Prison Project’s Youthful Offender Coordinator, discussed their fifth annual “Love Your Wicked Awesome Neighbor Challenge,” a chance for Bostonians to connect with those in their community via supportive homemade cards.

Cara Solomon & Ronny Elliott on BPR | Feb. 10, 2023

Under the Radar and Basic Black host Callie Crossley joined the team to talk about Mayor Michelle Wu’s reparations task force, and how the city can take inspiration from existing reparations and racial justice programs here in the commonwealth — such as that at Harvard — and across the country.

Callie Crossley on BPR | Feb. 10, 2023.

Sue O’Connell broke down major headlines ranging from President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address from this past Tuesday to allegations that abuses against LGBTQ+ users have increased since Elon Musk took over the company to Netflix cracking down on password sharing. O’Connell is the co-publisher of Bay Windows and South End News, as well as a reporter for NBC LX and NECN.

Sue O'Connell on BPR | Feb. 10, 2023

Boston-based band Mile Twelve discussed and performed tracks from their newest album, “Close Enough to Here,” for Live Music Friday.

Mile Twelve on BPR | Feb. 10, 2023

We then asked our listeners to weigh in on how they’re reacting to and coping with the unseasonably warm winter weather.

We ended the show by hearing from Winter Walk executive director Ari Barbanell about this weekend's event. It will mark the seventh annual walk to raise funds to end homelessness.

Ari Barbanell on BPR | Feb. 10, 2023.