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Aaron Lewis, frontman of Boston's alt-metal band Staind, will perform at a bash next Tuesday for the opening of the relocated Hard Rock Cafe at Faneuil Hall.
Other rock types are expected to strut down the red carpet, including Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer, record producer and Black Label Society guitarist Zakk Wylde, and Anthrax axman Scott Ian.
She tweeted a New Year’s picture of the two, confirming both that they were together and that she couldn’t be covering the team anymore.
She had a reduced role with the network for a few months, then left and landed at CBS — with a ring from Middlebrooks, who bounced from the Red Sox to the Padres and now the Brewers. Rewind a few years back and you find the same haze over Jason Varitek and Heidi Watney as hovers above Farrell and Moran.
It's taken awhile, but the new Sox-centered dating show from the creators of "Queer Eye" is finally ready.
Originally set to premiere in mid-July, the first episode of "Sox Appeal" will air after tomorrow's Sox/Orioles game on NESN.
The 32-year-old Moran, who covered the team, has not answered the swirling rumors directly.
“I have stepped away from Comcast Sports Net as I thought it was in my best personal and professional interest to do so,” Moran wrote in a text to the Globe.
Ruth Westheimer, but the 23-year-old Tufts grad has a similar gig.The Boston Globe reported the network and industry had questions about her relationship with the fourth-year Boston coach.Farrell, 53, declined comment to reporters about Moran — “My private life is private” — but he did mention that he and his wife are getting a divorce.The show, which was filmed at Fenway and produced by NESN and Scout Productions, focuses on a guy or girl -- "the hero" -- and three prospective partners.
(Each wannabe gets two innings of attention and then, during the seventh-inning stretch, the person playing the field decides which of the three contenders they want to watch the rest of the game with.) "It's good and funny," swears Scout's Eric Korsh, the show's executive producer. We're not trying to make fun of people." Although Sox chairman Tom Werner has an impressive TV track record -- he was the brains behind "Roseanne," "The Cosby Show," and "That '70s Show" -- he wasn't involved in making "Sox Appeal." (We're told that he and Sox owner John Henry have seen the first episode, which features former figure skater Garrett Lucash, left, but don't blame them if it's no good.) Asked if any of the couples on the show have a future after Fenway, Korsh was optimistic. Yesterday's storms couldn't keep Sox players Tim Wakefield and Jason Varitek off the links at swanky Black Rock in Hingham, where they joined a couple of hundred other golf fans to raise money for their Pitching in for Kids Foundation.Varitek filed for divorce from his wife of more than 10 years in 2008, and immediately there were whispers about his relationship with the one-time Miss California finalist.