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Hubbub Q&A

Arts & Entertainment

Q&A: Eugene Mirman

The former Lexington resident is bringing the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival back to Boston this May.

City Life

Q&A: Derek Kellogg

UMass basketball hasn’t cracked the NCAA bracket since 1998, but head coach Derek Kellogg has finally revived the program. Now his Minutemen are hoping to see just how far they can dance.

Arts & Entertainment

Q&A: B.J. Novak

Newton native B.J. Novak became famous by writing for and acting in The Office. For his next act: literary fiction. The comedian (and Harvard lit grad) snagged a seven-figure, two-book deal from Knopf last year, and his debut effort, One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories, arrives February 4.

City Life

Q&A: Simon Shnapir & Marissa Castelli

The U.S. Figure Skating Championships are coming to Boston January 5 to 12, with main events at the TD Garden. If Shnapir and Castelli win, they’re headed to Sochi.

Arts & Entertainment

Q&A: Casey Affleck

Best known as Ben’s brother, Casey Affleck has had a pretty good career in his own right, including an Oscar nomination for his supporting role in The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Now he’s starring alongside Christian Bale in Out of the Furnace, out December 6.

City Life

Q&A: Marty Walsh & John Connolly

On November 5, Boston voters will head to the polls to pick a new mayor. We sat down with the two candidates they’ll choose between.

City Life

Q&A: Stephanie Cutter

CNN’s Crossfire is back! And as one of four hosts, Raynham native and Democratic strategist Stephanie Cutter says she wants to go beyond the talking points.

Arts & Entertainment

Q&A: Taylor Schilling

Taylor Schilling stars in the much-buzzed-about Netflix series Orange Is the New Black.

City Life

Q&A: Pedro Martínez

One of Boston’s most beloved athletes, he rejoined the Red Sox this season as a special assistant to general manager Ben Cherington.

City Life

Q&A: Nat Faxon, Oscar-Winning Screenwriter of The Descendants and The Way, Way Back

He may have won an Oscar for The Descendants, but some of his best memories come from his childhood summers on Nantucket. He tries to capture that nostalgic feeling in his new film, The Way, Way Back.

City Life

Q&A: Mike Salk, Co-Host of WEEI’s Afternoon Sports Radio Show “Salk and Holley”

In February, WEEI let go of its longtime star Glenn Ordway, replacing him with Mike Salk—a Sudbury native now paired with Ordway’s former cohost, Michael Holley.

City Life

Q&A: Olympic Marathon Runner Shalane Flanagan

This month, Shalane Flanagan returns to Massachusetts to run her first Boston Marathon.

Jenny Dell
City Life

Q&A: NESN Red Sox Reporter Jenny Dell

When Jenny Dell took as NESN’s Red Sox sideline reporter last year, the job came with even greater challenges than usual. But with spring training in full swing, Dell is back on the job for what everyone hopes is a very different season number two.

Q&A with Miss Universe Olivia Culpo

In January, Cranston, Rhode Island, native and Boston University sophomore Olivia Culpo beat out entire galaxies of women to win the Miss Universe pageant.

Q&A with Patriots Running Back Stevan Ridley

The second-year running back has been a breakout Patriots star this season.