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Visitors must be 21 years or older to participate in the beer tasting, and a valid ID is required.WBUR, Boston’s NPR Station on the Cape and Islands at 89.1 and 92.7 FM, is the Hoppy Fall Festival media sponsor.In January 2016, The Times first collaborated with WBUR to launch “Modern Love: The Podcast,” which debuted at the top of the Apple Podcasts chart.Along with “Modern Love,” “Dear Sugars” joins a growing slate of New York Times podcasts, including “The Daily,” “Still Processing,” “Popcast,” and “The Book Review.” Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and challenger Tito Jackson will participate in hour-long conversations before a live audience at UMass Boston.“As The Times continues to expand its role in people’s lives — to be vital not just as a source of news and information but in all aspects of life — they are the perfect addition to The Times family.” New episodes of “Dear Sugars” will be released every Saturday, available on Apple Podcasts or the podcast app of your choice.The Times will also introduce a new column inspired by “Dear Sugars” that will run in Thursday Styles.
WBUR reporters will work in conjunction with Dorchester Reporter journalists to tell community-based stories of interest to all WBUR listeners and readers.
“Dear Sugar” began as an advice column on the online literary community The Rumpus, written first by Almond under the pseudonym and imagined identity of “Sugar.” When he received a fan letter from Strayed, an acquaintance who didn’t realize that he was the one behind the column, he had a revelation: the voice he was channeling as Sugar was actually hers.
He asked Strayed to take over the column, and she agreed.
In December 2014, WBUR united the “Sugars,” Strayed and Almond, for the first time to develop “Dear Sugar Radio” as a podcast where it quickly established a large, loyal audience.
Before joining The Times as executive producer for audio, Lisa Tobin was managing producer of program development at WBUR, where she helped develop and launch “Dear Sugar Radio” in 2014.