Though cable access television has been the mission since SCATV’s founding in 1983, online content and Boston Free Radio – also served up via the Web, but consumed primarily as audio – has become too big too ignore in the mission.
Though she doesn’t live in Cambridge anymore – she was priced out in 2004 – Louie Cronin has written perhaps the best breakup note ever in “Everyone Loves You Back,” a novel that publishes Friday.
The final broadcast of “Rockin’ At Night” with Peter Sheinfeld is tonight, serving up the last dose of “obscure oldies, doo-wop, novelty, rockabilly, jump blues and obscure rock” from the music expert, taxi owner and election commissioner who died Monday.
Peter Sheinfeld, a longtime election commissioner, has died at 67. In addition to his work on the commission, Sheinfeld was active in the local taxi industry and maintained a weekly AM radio show for nearly four decades.
We love our public radio, so attorney and improv comedian Ben Snitkoff chose well in bringing his “WIPR – Improvised Public Radio” to Central Square’s ImprovBoston for the next three Fridays.
“Same Sex Marriage Portrait Project” art reception; “An Evening with ‘Radio Boston’” book talk; “The Prison Problem” talk featuring Prodigy; All-America City Grooversity Festival; and “The Lion & The Clown: A Rumi Lovesong for Beauty & the Beast” musical play.
Love Paris in the springtime? The Post-Meridian Radio Players’ “Spring Adventure Spectacular” gets you much of the way there via some pulpy scripts and well-chosen sound effects.
Cheese Patrol radio music marathon; “Essential Bill Murray” films; Eve Ensler’s “O.P.C.”; Old School Game Show charity variety special; and Café Raqs bellydance and tribal dance.
Cambridge hip-hop group N.B.S. was on WERS-FM’s 889@Night show Tuesday, and members E’Flash and V-Knucks had plenty to talk about.
Go on “Cheese Patrol” with WMBR-FM’s best-bad-songs marathon. Catch “Arabian Nights” in its final shows in Central Square. Camp out at Chillith Fair No. 2 in Inman. Say goodbye to the Midriff Records residency at Radio in Union. And squeeze the little ones into “Hansel and Gretel” in Harvard.