Week In Review: Olympics, Paris Massacre, Cape Wind, Charlie Baker

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We discuss the USOC's pick of Boston as a contender for the 2024 summer games, the tragedy in Paris, the inauguration of Charlie Baker and the troubles with Cape Wind.


Renee Loth, editor of Architecture Boston and columnist for The Boston Globe.

Dante Ramos, columnist at the The Boston Globe. He tweets @danteramos.


Radio Boston: Charlie Baker Inaugurated As Massachusetts’ 72nd Governor

  • "The first was John Hancock. Those that followed included Sam Adams, Calvin Coolidge, Frank Sargent, Mitt Romney and Deval Patrick. The list of Massachusetts governors now includes Charlie Baker."

Radio Boston: Cape Wind Loses Two Utility Contracts

  • "There’s big news this week about the future of Cape Wind, the massive off-shore wind farm being planned between Cape Cod and Nantucket. Two power companies, National Grid and Northeast Utilities, have pulled out of their contracts to buy electricity from the project."

This article was originally published on January 09, 2015.

This segment aired on January 9, 2015.


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