WFNX Personalities Find a New Home

WFNX Personalities Find a New Home. is launching an online radio station and has scooped up several former employees of WFNX, which announced last month that it’s being acquired by Clear Channel. On-air talent Henry Santoro, Julie Kramer, and Adam 12, along with former WFNX program director Paul Driscoll, will head up a variety of programming including tunes, commentary, and guest interviews. []

Obama Visits Boston, Still Doesn’t Mean the Race Is About Us. Kimberly Atkins sings a familiar tune: “… the decade I spent voting in Massachusetts made me lament the fact that, no matter which candidate I picked, my vote in national elections would be washed away in a sea of blue. I, like most voters in the state, got used to it.” [Herald]

Spain’s Prince Felipe Says His Country Is Going Global. Spain’s Crown Prince Felipe de Borbon y Grecia spoke at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government on Thursday. In his speech titled “Spain: An American Nation,” he stressed Spain’s “American” identity and touched on five aspects of Spanish influence: historical, cultural, linguistic, geopolitical, and economic. “Ultimately, I like to see Spain not just as a European, American, and Mediterranean country, but rather as one with a truly universal reach,” he said. Scott Brown did not attend the speech; he only has time for kings and queens. — Sarah Burke

Breaking, Entering, and Cooking Naked. We’re tempted to say this is one of the most bizarre crime stories you’ll read this week, but it’s only Monday. [Fox]

18-Wheel Banana Truck Demolishes Restaurant in Seekonk. Harry Chapin lives on. [ABC]