In the first 100 days of his presidency, FDR passed a staggering seventy six pieces of legislation. Barack Obama, passed just 11. On today’s show we’ll look into partisan politics and the changing presidential mandate, and why the first 100 days is a metric worth looking at.
And, while most ski mountains in New England are facing the effects of a warming climate, another problem is slowly developing: aging chairlifts.
Plus we’ll check in with chamber pop band San Fermin before they play House of Blues in Boston this Saturday.