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Event Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2013, 7:00 pm

Boston After The Bombings: A Public Conversation Of Hope & Healing

Miss the conversation? Listen to it in full here:

Tom AshbrookJoin On Point host Tom Ashbrook at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24, at ArtsEmerson’s Cutler Majestic Theatre for “Boston After the Bombings: A Public Conversation of Hope & Healing.” This is a free community event presented by WBUR and The Boston Foundation, and WBUR will be broadcasting live from the theater.

Tom will be joined by community and civic leaders, including Kevin Cullen from The Boston Globe and Paul Grogan from The Boston Foundation, as well as On Point analyst Jack Beatty, for what we hope will be a thoughtful and healing discussion. Tom will also open the conversation up to the audience to hear your thoughts and take your questions.

This event is open to the public with generous support from The Boston Foundation, Emerson College and ArtsEmerson. Admission is free, and tickets are available at the door.

Or, if you can’t attend, but would like to listen and join the conversation online, we’ll be livestreaming at wbur.org and tweeting @WBURLive.

**Please refrain from bringing large bags and backpacks to the theater. 

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  • http://www.facebook.com/ankelina Anke C Schafer

    Not sure the registration link is working correctly….

  • http://www.facebook.com/JMCMSW Josh Cohen

    No it is.

  • J__o__h__n

    Will the audio be posted on line? I don’t think I’ll be free when it airs but would like to hear it.

    • Ben Swasey

      Yes, we are planning on posting the audio sometime after the conversation’s conclusion.

      - Ben, WBUR

      • J__o__h__n

        Thanks. Fortunately, I will be able to attend.

  • Sara Houk

    I am not due back in Boston until Friday evening. I will be listening on-line from my home in northern Michigan

  • http://twitter.com/taiping11 Alan S. Lee

    I can listen to Tom and Jack all day long.

  • http://www.fibrowitch.net Jan Dumas

    Thank you so much Tom for turning this horrible event a teaching moment. Having the piano teacher there to play for us was such a sweet sweet touch.

  • Ian Boardman

    Many thanks to Tom and WBUR and all the people involved in putting this conversation together, including putting it on the air since I could not attend in person. I found it noble and heartening.

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