Greater Media announced today that Ramiro Torres is moving to Hot 96.9 - where he will rejoin Pebbles on the morning show. The two last worked together at Jam'n 94.5, where owner Clear Channel ditched Pebbles in 2012; then Ramiro last summer.
Torres, a.k.a. "the freakin' Puerto Rican," has been on the air locally for some 20 years.
Do you want to get more involved with your community in 2016? Want to help out the youth in Boston? Want to add more value to your life? Look no further!
Boston Partners in Education is seeking adults in the community to step up and become academic mentors to Boston Public Schools students.
Jamaica Plain News reports the Footlight Club is going to have to come up with $200,000 to replace all its seats at the demand of the Boston Fire Department - on top of the money it's already raised to replace its fire alarm, emergency lighting and sprinkler systems.
Jana is at the Mighty Mighty Bosstones show at the House of Blues tonight.
Downtown Boston BID found this guy waiting outside the AMC Loews Boston Common at lunchtime today - waiting for the evening screening of some new science-fiction movie that's debuts today.
Pat from Boston spotted these horn-playing stormtroopers on Mass. Ave. at Tremont around 9:20 p.m.
A local movie buff forwards the following exchange between a patron of a local movie theater and the theater's manager. The manager agreed to release the exchange on condition names be excluded.
Sent: Wednesday, December 09, 2015 9:10 AM
Dear Mr ____,
On Saturday December 5 my date and I attended the 4:15 showing of Spotlight at the ***** Theatre . Just before the show started I was returning from the men's room , when I came across two Muslim women with large backpacks speaking a foreign language entering my theatre .
Conventures has released a schedule for the event that it calls "First Night 2016".
It still has 7 pm fireworks on the Common, midnight fireworks on the harbor, a few organ and brass performances in Old South Church, and some bands and dancers performing outdoors in typically-freezing-cold Copley Square.
But that's about it. Read more.
Jean Nagy captured Grayson Boomer in period costume in the North End today for Ben Affleck's movie.
The woman, Sgt. Det. Robert Mulvey testified this morning, was "substantially unclothed," she was straddling the man's waist and she was in motion.
Now Christine Pulgini, acting director of licensing and consumer affairs for the city of Boston, has to decide whether the stripper at the Glass Slipper on Lagrange Street was merely engaged in exotic dancing, which is permitted under the First Amendment, or whether she was participating in the sort of "intimate physical contact" prohibited under Section F 1(c) of the Rules and Regulations of the Mayor's Licensing Division. Read more.
We're trying to bring the award-winning documentary Can You Dig This to Boston. The film will be shown at the Loews Boston Common at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, Dec. 1 -- but only if at least 125 people reserve tickets by Friday.
What is Can You Dig This? From Delirio Films: Read more.
You can download a Fallout 4 mod that lets you play David Ortiz in a post-apocalyptic Fenway Park with a spiked bat. Video contains scenes of Ortiz slicing through zombies with that bat.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports everybody's favorite Cambridge actor-turned-director will be filming scenes for a Lehane-based novel in the North End next week.