Greater Boston; Ed Markey / Red Tide Outbreak / Legal Sea Foods
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- Greater Boston
- Ed Markey / Red Tide Outbreak / Legal Sea Foods
- Series Description
HUB CITY AT ITS BEST. A LOOK AT EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY INTERESTING IN BOSTON. HOSTED BY EMILY ROONEY. Series release date: 1/1997
- Program Description
Ed Markey Rep. Ed Markey represents the seventh congressional district of Massachusetts. Markey will discuss high gas prices and the FCC's approval of the merger of Sirius and XM satellite radio companies. Guests: Rep. Ed Markey, (D) Massachusetts
Red Tide Outbreak Last Thursday, public health officials closed shellfish beds along the Massachusetts coast in response to a red tide outbreak. The ban on shellfish harvesting reaches from the New Hampshire border to the Bourne-Sandwich town line. Guests: Mary Griffin, Commissioner, Mass. Department of Fish and Game
Legal Sea Foods Last week, Legal Sea Foods owner Roger Berkowitz released a radio apology for his restaurants' ad campaign, but the apology is only extending the controversy. Guests: Roger Berkowitz, President and CEO, Legal Sea Foods
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- Local Communities
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- APA: Greater Boston; Ed Markey / Red Tide Outbreak / Legal Sea Foods. Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_41A9678C27F747E89FB9C8A544F1E1A2