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Things to Know in the South End Today, Feb. 20: Crash Course in Tango


1. Weather: The National Weather Service is predicting increasing clouds, with a high near 38 degrees and wind gusts up to 30 mph. 

2. Learn to Tango: Step into the new MOVIMIENTO (450 Harrison Ave.) for a crash course on authentic Argentine Tango tonight at either 6:30 p.m. or 8 p.m. No dance experience is required. You’ll learn the basic elements, practice drills, and work on movement quality as well as partner connection. The musical structures of Argentine Tango will be introduced. The cost is $ 55 and you can sign up at the door. See here for more information

3. Saxophonist at Darryl’s: Head to Darryl’s Corner Bar & Kitchen (604 Columbus Ave.) tonight at 7 p.m. to hear critically acclaimed saxophonist Nat Simpkins. Simpkins has performed all over the world at major venues and continues to be active as a saxophonist on the international music scene. See here for more information.  read more


Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - February 20, 2013 at 2:09 pm

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Man Sentenced to 20 Years in Jail for South End Drunk Driving Crash

Boston Police Department

A Dorchester man will serve 20 years in prison for a drunk driving crash in the South End in 2010 that left one of his friends dead.

Warren Tyler, 47, received the maximum penalty for manslaughter this week, after a Suffolk County jury found him guilty of being drunk and causing the crash that killed his friend, according to District Attorney Daniel F. Conley’s office.

Warren was found guilty of both motor vehicle homicide and manslaughter by operating under the influence in the 2010 crash that killed his friend and passenger, 46-year-old Johnny Williams, Jr.  Jurors acquitted Tyler of an additional charge of receiving a stolen motor vehicle.

Prior to sentencing, Suffolk Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Locke dismissed the charge of motor vehicle homicide on the grounds that it was duplicative of the manslaughter charge, which carries a longer maximum sentence of 20 years.  Prosecutors recommended a term of 19 to 20 years in state prison; Locke imposed a sentence of 18 to 20 years. read more


Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - February 7, 2013 at 1:59 pm

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