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Revere Beach Goes Hollywood

No, that’s not a picture of Miami Beach. It’s our own Revere Beach after a Hollywood makeover. Some lucky locals got a chance to see Johnny Depp and Sienna Miller during the filming of the new Whitey Bulger biopic, Black Mass. Whoever has the job of scouting out locations for the film hit the bulls eye by selecting Revere Beach. The story made it to the pages of the Boston Herald. You can read it here.

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Metropolitan Beaches Commission Releases Findings for Lynn, Nahant, Revere, & Winthrop

Waves of Change REVERE – The Metropolitan Beaches Commission (MBC) released its’ report Waves of Change on the Boston Harbor region’s 15 public beaches including Revere, Nahant, Lynn, Revere, and Winthrop, owned by the Commonwealth and managed by the Department of Conservation and Recreation. The Commission held ten hearings at the State House and in each of the region’s waterfront neighborhoods and beachfront communities to examine the progress made on these beaches since it released its first report in 2007. “The investments we have made on these beaches strengthen our communities and the economy, improve people’s lives and demonstrate that government can work,” said Senator Tom McGee of Lynn, who Co-Chairs the Commission. The report identifies a number of continuing challenges and opportunities that need to be addressed to move these beaches from good to great. These include staffing levels at the beaches, which increased after 2007, but declined in …

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Revere Beach Partnership Announces Plans for the 2014 Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival Featuring Fifteen Master Sculptors from Around the Globe

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America’s First Public Beach Pays Tribute to U.S. Military Heroes with 11th Annual World-Renowned Sand Sculpting Festival from July 18 – 20, 2014 REVERE, MA (May 28, 2014) – The Revere Beach Partnership is proud to announce the dates and theme for the 2014 Revere Beach NationalSand Sculpting Festival hosted at America’s oldest public beach, Revere Beach, established in 1896. Attracting an average of 300,000 attendees annually, the 2014 Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival will begin on Friday, July 18 and commence on Sunday, July 20. This year’s festival will feature fifteen world-renowned master sand sculptures from all corners of the globe who will put their skills to the test as they compete for first prize in the Master Sand Sculpting Competition. “Every year, the Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival provides us with the opportunity to showcase our beach and our community to spectators near and far, while …

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Perfect weather for 2014 Revere Beach Kite Festival sponsored by RBP & Kelly’s !

The Revere Beach Kite Festival was held today across from Kelly’s Roast Beef! Under beautiful blue skies hundreds of young and old alike enjoyed an incredibly beautiful day to fly a kite. The Revere Beach Partnership and Kelly’s once again sponsored this event on a perfect Sunday afternoon. Kites were given away to early birds and enjoyed by everyone on this gorgeous day at the beach. For more photos and images of this wonderful event visit www.facebook.com/reverebeach  Be sure to “Like” us and Share these images with your Friends and Fans!  

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Mayor Rizzo Announces Fourth Annual Revere Shines Citywide Clean-Up and National Take Back Day

Story by : Revere News  Hundreds of Revere residents will participate in the yearly community clean-up For the past three years, the City of Revere has hosted Revere Shines, a citywide clean-up effort that occurs on the last Saturday of April. This year Revere Shines will take place on Saturday, April 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Residents and local business partners are being asked to meet at 8:45 a.m. at the American Legion Building at 249 Broadway, from where they will then be dispersed into the community o begin their clean-up efforts. After a few hours, all are invited back to the American Legion Building  at noon for a BBQ and music to celebrate their hard work. Last year “Revere Shines” drew over 500 residents, businesses, community groups, and other organizations that participated in the clean-up. Together these volunteers were able to effectively clean and remove trash and debris from over 60 locations across Revere. …

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Gaming commission pushes back timeline for casino licenses

Story by Gerry Tuoti-  Sandwich Wicked Local Newsbank Editor Posted Apr. 9, 2014 @ 12:12 pm Updated Apr 9, 2014 at 12:17 PM   The casino licensure timeline is getting pushed back in metro Boston and southeastern Massachusetts. The state Gaming Commission met April 3 and took actions that will likely delay casino license awards in Greater Boston and southeastern Massachusetts to at least August 2014 and February 2015, respectively The commission decided April 3 to delay the second-phase application deadline for commercial casino proposals in southeastern Massachusetts to at least Sept. 23. Chairman Stephen Crosby said commissioners will likely set the exact deadline at its next meeting, when it will also likely decide whether to waive the $500 million minimum investment requirement in an effort to encourage more applications. Such a move will push the license award date back to at least February 2015. “It would send a signal …

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Vincent pledges to be strong voice for 16th Suffolk following special election

Story by NoBo Magazine REVERE – RoseLee Vincent was elected to represent the constituents of the 16th Suffolk District seat in the Massachusetts House of Representatives in a special election today. “It is an absolute honor to be elected State Representative of the 16th Suffolk District,” Representative Elect RoseLee Vincent said in a released statement. “I am humbled by the overwhelming support I received. I’m forever grateful for the support of my family, my incredibly dedicated group of volunteers and to the voters of Revere, Saugus and Chelsea in achieving this victory.” Vincent is a lifelong Revere resident, has 25 years of experience working at the Statehouse as Chief of Staff to former State Representative Kathi-Anne Reinstein and before that to her late father State Representative William G. Reinstein.   See story at:   www.nobomagazine.com

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Historic barns may stall Suffolk’s casino bid

Rows of decrepit, manure-strewn racehorse barns could pull the reins on Suffolk Downs’ casino dreams, after the Massachusetts Historic Commission threw up a roadblock on their proposed demolition in a landmark claim development experts say could be costly and time-consuming at best — and a project-killer at worst. Suffolk Downs wants to demolish 30 wood-frame horse stables and a pony barn on the Revere side of the track to make way for the casino. It plans to move the barns to the East Boston side of the track, where the art deco clubhouse, grandstand and racetrack are located, all of which were built in 1935 and are listed in a state inventory of historic landmarks. In a letter to the state environmental secretary obtained by the Herald, commission director Brona Simon says her staff “determined that the proposed demolition and new construction will have an ‘adverse effect’ … on the …

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Walsh is granted a casino hearing

  By Mark Arsenault | GLOBE STAFF   MARCH 19, 2014 The state gambling commission will convene a formal hearing in two weeks to resolve claims by Mayor Martin J. Walsh that Boston voters in Charlestown and East Boston have a right to decide if a resort casino can be built on the city’s border.“The people of Boston deserve the democratic process,” Walsh told the five-member commission in brief remarks at a meeting Thursday. “The people of Boston deserve the democratic process,” Walsh told the five-member commission in brief remarks at a meeting Thursday. Walsh’s comments came one day after his administration unexpectedly declared to the commission that the city is a “host community,” under the 2011 casino law, to a Wynn Resorts casino plan on the city’s border with Everett and to a Mohegan Sun casino proposal at Suffolk Downs, the thoroughbred racetrack that straddles the East Boston-Revere city line. Related Mayor Walsh …

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Revere, Winthrop, East Boston and Lynn Join Forces in Splash

Editorial Story by Revere Advocate For the first time, the residents near Revere Beach, Winthrop Beach, Constitution Beach, and Lynn/Nahant Beach will join forces on March 29 in an effort to raise funds for Save the Harbor/Save the Bay. This is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to continue the improvement of Boston Harbor and all of the metropolitan beaches. This organization has been instrumental in the improved water quality of the beaches and the harbor islands, as well as the improved maintenance of the beaches. For the past four years, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay has been hosting a “Cupid Splash” to raise funds for the purpose of helping to fund activities on the beaches. All money raised in each city is used for activities on that city’s beach. The Revere Beach Partnership is looking for “splashers” to brave the cold waters of Revere Beach on March 29. The event will be held on the beach …

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