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Curious Boston – What Should We Investigate Next?

View from the balcony of Steinert Hall across the piano parts, and record boxes to the stage. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR)

View from the balcony of Steinert Hall across the piano parts, and record boxes to the stage. (Robin Lubbock/WBUR)

What’s left you curious in Boston and the region recently? We’d like to hear the things you’re curious about, and get some of your questions answered. Here’s how it works:

Step 1: Tell us what you’re curious about in Boston and the area in the form below. (Here’s a list of questions we’ve already received.)

Step 2: We’ll collect your questions, bundle them in groups and ask you to vote on which question you’d like answered. (Vote here.)

Step 3: We’ll assign a reporter to the winning question, we’ll ask the person who asked the question to join us in the process, and we’ll produce a story which we hope will assuage at least some of your curiosity about the issue.

Here goes then — get us started by asking your question in this form:

Thanks! If you have any questions please tweet them to @RLubb on twitter, or email rlubbock-at-wbur.org.

Curious Boston is a partner of WBEZ’s Curious City, which was founded by Jennifer Brandel and is one of ten Localore productions brought to life by AIR.

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