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Osama Bin Laden After the killing of Osama Bin Laden, You Are Here examines the aftermath. Cameron Wong looks at the international reactions to his death, and Mike Lamia delves into the inevitable conspiracy theories. April Baker explores the effect of Bin Laden’s death on US politics, and Satenik Karapetyan looks at the effect on [...]
This week we keep it local by sharing the stories of Bostonians leading unique lives here in the city.
By Nicholas Garlow – May 2, 2011 Behind the Scenes at the TD Garden Every year, 3.5 million people visit the TD Garden. Every day, the staff at the Garden is preparing and executing events for those fans. The behind the scenes staff at the Garden makes it happen. I had the opportunity to speak [...]
Reporters reflect on the ways in which Americans travel, both nationally and globally, in ways which benefit both mankind as well as the environment. We discuss traveling to promote peace, education, and environmentally sustainability, as well as to join relief efforts and tell the stories.
As spring sunshine peeks through the clouds here in Boston, the harvesting of fruits and vegetables begins all over New England. But are Americans nationwide eating the right amount of healthy, nutritious foods?
Sports may not be everyone’s favorite, but there’s no doubt that they have a huge impact on American culture. This week our reporters examine some of the top sports such as baseball, basketball, football, and hockey, discussing upcoming playoffs, lockouts, and cultural influences.
Energy powers our world, and there’s not one particularly perfect way to harness it. This week our reporters discuss various renewable and nonrenewable sources of energy, including oil, nuclear, wind, hydroelectric, and solar.
Today’s world would be tough to handle without a little humor in our lives. This week, You Are Here reporters tackle the topic of humor in various lights such as standup comedy, political satire, hidden camera work, and commercialized comedy.
Japan was not only shaken by a 9.0 earthquake on Friday March 11th, but its coastal towns and cities suffered from a terrifying tsunami and the destruction of nuclear power plants pose threats of radiation poisoning and meltdown.
Reporters let their taste buds take them to new and exciting eating experiences around Boston. Boston street food, fine dining, seafood, vegetarian options, and local cafes around the city are all explored.