Boston Public Radio Full Show: November 18, 2022

Today on Boston Public Radio:

Mayor Michelle Wu discussed his new homeownership plan amid rising Boston housing prices and talked about the reopening of Boston City Hall Plaza after extensive renovations. She also answered questions from listeners on this month’s edition of “Ask the Mayor.”

Callie Crossley spoke of chaos on Twitter after Elon Musk called on employees to commit “hardcore” or quit with severance pay. She also touched on Naomi Biden’s marriage to the White House. Crossley is the host of GBH’s under the radar.

Sue O’Connell shared his thoughts on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s decision not to seek re-election, and Tom Brady donated a portion of donations received by his nonprofit TB12 Foundation to his for-profit company, TB12 Inc. O’Connell is co-editor of Bay Windows and South End News and contributor to Current on NBC LX and NECN.

Joanne Chang talked about baking ahead of the holiday season. Chang is a James Beard Award-winning pastry chef and owner of Cambridge’s Flour Bakery and Cafe.

Ray Angry and Jonathan McPhee joined us for “Live Music Fridays” at the Boston Public Library, talking about Angry’s first symphony, “Black Power – Athena” in partnership with the Lexington Symphony. Angry is a songwriter and pianist for The Roots, the house band on NBC’s “Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.” McPhee is the musical director of the Lexington Symphony Orchestra.

We ended the show by chatting with listeners about their favorite Thanksgiving desserts.

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