Nate Goldman is a social media producer at WBUR. He originally hails from Dallas, TX but moved up to Boston to attend Boston University in the Fall of 2007, and graduated in 2011 with a degree in advertising. He currently lives in Cambridge, MA and has dreams to one day travel to space, which since his childhood has become more of a reality now that space-tourism is a budding industry.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Hundreds swarmed MIT’s Jack Barry Field Sunday to participate in a joint science experiment and live art performance.
MIT is hosting the second annual performance of “UP: The Umbrella Project” – an artistic and scientific collaboration between MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Labs and the internationally acclaimed modern dance company Pilobolus.
BOSTON — At 10 a.m. Monday, tickets for a concert to benefit The One Fund went on sale. Five minutes later, the 19,600-seat event was completely sold out.
BOSTON — David Henneberry contacted police after discovering the Boston Marathon bombing suspect hiding in his boat. There’s an online effort to buy him a new one.
On Monday, April 15, 2013, two bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring hundreds of others. On Thursday evening, the FBI released surveillance images of two suspects. Here’s how events unfolded after that.
Chris Mehmel, who runs with a prosthesis, recalls how chance encounter on Heartbreak Hill led to a generous gift.
BOSTON — Sheryl Sandberg joins Robin Young at the Coolidge Corner Theatre for a discussion of her book “Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead”.
Email use is declining as more users adopt social media platforms and real-time mobile-chat applications.
BOSTON — An employee earning the Massachusetts minimum wage would have to work three of those jobs to afford a two-bedroom apartment in the state, according to a new report.