War Horse Is Emotional


By Elah Davidson — 12/01/2011
The race to the Oscars has begun, and “War Horse” is in the lead. Steven Spielberg’s latest war epic has found a way to bring new emotion to a commonly told story.

President Obama in New Hampshire


By Colleen Shaughnessy — 11/22/2011
President Barack Obama came to New Hampshire today, urging Congress to vote in favor of his American Jobs Act. The President gave a speech at Manchester Central High School during his first visit to New Hampshire in nearly two years.

“Breaking Dawn” is far from breath-taking


By Logan Leavitt — 11/20/2011
The fourth installment of the “Twilight” movie series has hit theaters. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are back as the stars in the vampire flick, “Breaking Dawn: Part 1.”

Tom Conroy’s Plans for Job Growth

By Erin Connolly — 11/04/2011
Tom Conroy has big plans for job growth. The state representative sat down with WEBN for an interview as part of the station’s political coverage of the Massachusetts Senate race.

Alan Khazei out of the MA Senate race


By Satenik Karapetyan — 10/27/2011
Democrat Alan Khazei’s MA Senate campaign is over. In an announcement today at his campaign headquarters in Boston, Khazei said he believes the best way he now can be of service is to bring his campaign to a close.

MA Senate Candidate Khazei Isn’t Going Anywhere


By Leeza Yeretzian — 10/22/2011
Alan Khazei is in it for the long haul.
In a special in-studio interview with WEBN, the social entrepreneur, the father, the idealist, and Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate discussed his proactive campaign platform and his inspiration behind joining the race.

Lyric Stage “Or” Borders On Obscene


By Garrett Turner — 10/20/2011
The Lyric Stage Company’s production of “Or” definitely isn’t for everyone. A dark
crude humor floods the audience’s ears and doesn’t let ever let up, not even at the end.