So, you've seen nice articles about our new mayor in the Boston Globe and other significant regional papers. Which is swell, but not that exciting.
You've also seen her mentioned by Andy Rooney, if you're an octogenarian who watches 60 Minutes. Still not great, since he thought she was a man and his sense of humor is poor.
More recently, you've likely seen her nifty photo with Obama, Patrick, Kerry, and a couple of Kennedys.
Now we move into new realms. Driving to work this morning I heard her on WBUR (90.9 FM) in a preview for this week's generally-excellent Radio Boston show. I actually listen to this show just about every week, and it's always been quite good, so it should be an interesting show.
Also, while I'm in the middle of writing this, Radio Boston just left a comment on my last post mentioning the show. Sweet.
Anyway, the show seems to be called "Fitchburg Rising?" and deals with mill cities and "hope" and so forth. Here's the video promo for it:
The show airs Friday at 1 PM on 90.9 FM or can be streamed at wbur.org, though you should be able to hear it archived on the net if you miss it then.
Apparently it will also feature a webchat with Mayor Wong! Nifty!
Whatever you may think about Wong as a mayor so far, I think everyone could agree that she's been excellent at bringing good press to the city.