Here's the Radio Boston rundown for July 15. Tiziana Dearing is our host.
- We speak with Congressman Richard Neal about the Supreme Court's ruling on President Trump's taxes, the coronavirus pandemic, his reelection campaign and other issues facing his district.
- It's tax day! April 15th became July 15th, after a three-month extension due to the coronavirus pandemic. The extension has brought relief to many taxpayers who have been impacted by business shutdowns, store closings and lockdowns nationwide. But with mounting concerns about the state's economy, what has the extension meant for the Commonwealth?
- Back on view at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is "Boston's Apollo: Thomas McKeller And John Singer Sargent." We visit the exhibition, which explores the story of McKeller, a Black man who posed for some of Sargent's works. In each work, McKeller's race was erased by the artist.
This program aired on July 15, 2020.