The Lynn JournaL Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Gannon facing new era;
J S periencing a bit of decline despite
the fact millions upon millions of
One of Lynn’s greatest rea- golfers still fill the golf courses
sons to exist, its own 18 hole golf ofthis nation.
course with a fabulous clubhouse Last year, according to the
and spectacular views of the City’s Chief Financial Officer
Boston skyline from several of Richard Fortucci, who is study-
its holes, is facing the changing ing the lease modification request
times. from Gannon with the mayor and
Gannon Golf Course is trying Assistant City Solicitor George
to change with the times by ask- Markopolous, Gannon’s lease
ing the city for mitigation of its cost the course $465,000.
present lease due to a reduction The course is looking for a
in membership and rising costs. lease of $360,000.
Like many golf courses across Also impacting the running of
the nation – both municipal and the course is the rapid rise in the
Cyan Magenta Yellow Black
private – Gannon’s membership cost for goods and services used
loss mirrors the changing face of by the course as well as the cost
golf America. of labor as running the course is
That is, the big swing into golf
Water is another expense that
that changed the face of the sport
has risen dramatically during the
during the 1990’s has once again
past decade and which continues
changed. to rise.
St. Mary's High School girls hockey players are shown after the team's 4-3 victory over Hingham Saturday The vast majority of those
at Stoneham Arena. St. Mary's will play Arlington Catholic Sunday for the Division 1 state championship. The recession has not helped
who would like to golf can no the game, either.
St. Mary's advances to state ﬁnal
longer afford to spend an entire Many golfers out of necessity
day playing 18 holes and nor can have cut back on their playing.
they afford it – so the sport is ex-
B C S final seconds of Saturday’s Divi- TD Garden to play for the Divi-
sion 1 state semifinal at Stone- sion 1 state championship.
What do you tell your team ham Arena. Manganiello delivered the
after it’s just been 3.9 seconds “I just told the team that they winning goal on a clutch shot that
away from accomplishing its goal had to put it behind them,” said went between the goaltender’s
and now you have to regroup and Pagliuca. “I know it’s hard, but pads and the St. Mary’s celebra-
play in an overtime period and a it’s a 0-0 game now – the next tion began.
potential shootout? team that scores is going to win. “I’m saying to myself that I
St. Mary’s girls hockey coach It’s such a tough, demoralizing have to score,” said Manganiello.
Frank Pagliuca faced that sce- thing to happen, but they have “I’ve practiced the move. You
nario after Hingham had dramati- that ‘it’ factor, they really do. I’m bring the puck to your backhand
cally tied the game at 3-3 in the so proud of them.” and cut it back and go to your
After a scoreless 12-minute forehand and try to go 5-hole or
overtime, the teams participated try to get it around the goalie.”
in a shootout during which five Manganiello was asked if she
players from each team get a 1- knew the magnitude of her at-
on-1 [penalty shot] opportunity tempt prior to lining it up.
against the opposing goaltender. “I knew what the stakes were
When sophomore Ann Ma- – I just tried to play relaxed and
rie Manganiello took the puck do it for the seniors,” she said.
at center ice for her chance, the The other stars of the shootout
shootout was tied at 1-1 and if were junior Alison Butler, whose
Manganiello could score, St. shot popped over the Hingham
Mary’s would be headed to the goalie and landed in the net and
sophomore goaltender Lauren
Skinnion, who stopped four of
$ $ five shots.
“Lauren has been absolutely
phenomenal,” said Pagliuca.
“Players have stepped up this
year and she’s right at the top.
25% OFF To stop Hingham’s [Jane] Freda
HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY and Sarah [Schwenzfeier] in a
shootout, that says something
right there. She was outstanding
Please Mention Coupon At Time Of Call and gave us a chance to win the St. Mary's senior Nick Gagliolo drives to to hoop for a basket in the
$ $ Please see HOOP, Page 5
Spartans' 62-39 victory over Pope John in the North sectional nal.
Gagliolo scored 20 points to lead St. Mary's into the state nal.
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Sacred Heart School holds annual Science Fair
An outstanding array of sci- molov, Radio Receivers rey, Heart Function
ence projects and experiments Second Place: Thomas Mc- Third Place: Sean Godbout,
were on display at Sacred Heart Gee and Timothy Bogomolov, Air Propulsion Motor Boats
School recent Science Fair. Proj- Superconductivity
ects ranged from Superconduc- Third Place: Sara Bullock and
tivity to Robotics to DNA Test- Larisa Bogomolov, Biotechnol- First Place: Christopher Tardie
ing. Also presented were projects ogy and DNA Extraction and Matthew Hayward, States of
on The Dangers of Text Messag- Honorable Mention: Tyler Matter
ing While Driving, Forensics and Donovan and Luis Gutierrez, Ro- Second Place: Caroline
The Function of the Heart. botics O’Connor, Saoirse Coyle, and
Principal Joanne M. Eagan and Grade 7 Richael Aniekwenagbu,
Science Teacher, Brian Chadwell First Place: Michael Luciano Human Battery Power
presented awards to the follow- and Grady Oppelt, Seismographs/
ing students: Earthquakes Third Place: Rebecca Smalley
Grade 8 Second Place: Roberto Pro- and Hannah O’Malley, Roller-
First Place: Alexander Bogo- copio and Kaitlin Thibodeau-Co- coasters
Sacred Heart teacher Brian Chadwell with eighth grade students
Thomas McGee and Timothy Bogomolov, who took second place for
their project on superconductivity.
Principal Joanne Eagan, students Katherine McGee and Kailee D’Eon, and State Sen. Thomas McGee.
Principal Joanne Eagan with eighth grade students Sara Bullock and
Larisa Bogomolov, who took third place for their project on biotech-
nology and DNA extraction.
Old Pipe New Pipe
Eighth grade students Luis Gutierrez and Tyler Donovan whose
project on robotics earned Honorable Mention.
Tuesday, March 13, 2012 T H E LY N N J O U R N A L Page 3
FRESH AND LOCAL
Clam Chowder - A New England tradition
by Penny Cherubino factors to me.
Onions and celery are a given, Rhode Island Clam Chowder
One of the most often asked as are potatoes. Chef Jasper White Perhaps my taste was set by the
questions from New England vis- has a video on the site www.how- two chowders I had during my years
itors is, “Who has the best clam 2heroes.com showing how to make in Rhode Island. The traditional RI
chowder?” The answer depends a good home-style clam chowder. clam chowder is a clear-broth ver-
on what type of chowder they He says to use a medium starch sion. It’s made the same way as the
like. There are many versions– potato like Yukon Gold. For him, New England chowder up to the
dairy based New England style, mashing some of the potatoes into point where you add the milk or
red “Manhattan” chowder with the stock is the perfect thickening cream. Many places serve a pitcher
tomatoes, and traditional Rhode agent for his chowder. of milk on the side, and you can add
Island clear chowder. And, there as much or as little as you like.
are as many recipes as there are From those basics come several This is probably a dish that set-
cooks. styles from library-paste thick ren- tlers learned from Native Americans.
ditions with little evidence of clams, And, it was a simple pot of warm
Chowder Basics to thin, brothy versions with nice food that fishermen could make out
Most any clam chowder starts pieces of clams and potatoes visible on their boats using seawater and a
with rendered fat. Salt pork is in the bowl. few things from their pantry. Here’s a bowl of Rhode Island clear clam chowder that was offered as a
traditional, but bacon or oil is New England Clam Chowder Red “Manhattan” Clam special, one afternoon, at Jake’s Seafood in Hull.
sometimes used. Restaurants Most places in the Boston area Chowder The latter is a deep-fried clam fritter then be converted to New England
often add butter for a super-rich serve some variation on a milk or Rhode Island’s Portuguese that was perfect for dipping into a style at the last moment. And, if you
end product. cream-based chowder. To me, the community is credited with add- bowl of the red stuff. make it, you know exactly what’s
Fresh quahogs, canned clams, best of these have few ingredients, ing tomatoes, and often a good If you love clam chowder, con- in there!
and clam or fish stock are the pro- are freshly made on site, and deliver amount of paprika, to that clear sider making some at home. It’s
tein. The amount of clams, how the clean, fresh taste of clams. I’m chowder to create what is often really a very simple dish. Chef Do you have a question or topic
they are cooked and chopped, not a fan of thick versions stiffened called Manhattan style. White says that “curing the chow- for Fresh & Local. Send an email to
and a clean, briny, fresh-from- with flour or the cloyingly rich ver- Amusement parks and clam der,” or setting it aside to let the fla- Penny@BostonZest.com with your
the-ocean taste are all important sions laced with heavy cream and shacks across the state all served vors meld, is one of his secrets. The request.
butter. this with a side order of clam cakes. clear version freezes well and can
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What if a girl comes into ing a penis or a vagina? Is that
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e Industri Published by the Independent Newspaper Group
‘Congress shall make no law ... abridging the
freedom of speech, or of the press.’
BILL OF RIGHTS, Amendment I
J O U R N A L
g e of Tec
Discrimination suit LEN ON THE LAW
is unfounded, wrong By Attorney Len Spada
When you have suffered a loss of some kind or of any kind, if the loss was your own
Being A Bully: Not What It Use To Be
doing, then there is very little recourse. It seems like you can’t get through a If your child is ex-
You can complain. You can bad mouth a colleague. You can blame your mistake on week of a news cycle without hearing or periencing bullying,
someone else. There are many ways to absolve yourself of your personal responsibility reading the word “bullying”. The tragic he or she should im-
for what has befallen you in your life. suicide of 15 year old Phoebe Prince mediately report it to
There is an old tripartite credo that goes like this: Admit nothing. Deny everything. from South Hadley, Massachusetts two their teachers and/or
Blame it all on some else. years ago after suffering months of bul- other administrative
Gardy Jean-Francois has done just that. lying from classmates brought interna- personnel. It is very
Instead of accepting the cold, harsh reality that whether or not you are black or white tional attention to the problem of bully- important that records
and the mayor gives you a choice of continuing in your job (which she hired you for) or ing in our schools. It also prompted the are kept by the school Attorney
leaving because you are running for public office in Lynn, then it is up to you to make Massachusetts legislature to enact one of and the family in or- Len Spada
the decision not to run and keep your job or run and lose it. this country’s most potent anti-bullying der to properly docu-
He chose the latter and the mayor let him go. laws. ment the bullying actions. If your child’s
She was totally justified in letting Jean-Francois go. The Massachusetts Anti-Bullying school is not taking appropriate steps
He should have accepted his fate the way he originally accepted his appointment Law, enacted on May 3, 2010, requires to stop the bullying, legal action may
from the mayor. teachers and other school staff to report be taken based on the enactment of the
Instead, he has filed a discrimination case against the mayor with the Massachusetts bullying and cyber-bullying to the prin- anti-bullying law. Legal counsel may be
Commission Against Discrimination. ciple or other designated administrators required to assist a family that wishes to
The suit on its face is an outrage to the mayor, who clearly, incontestably did not when they see or become aware of it. It take such legal action against the school
discriminate against Jean-Francois. requires training for teachers and staff, district or the bully, if physical violence
To claim, as he has apparently claimed, that he was somehow mistreated because of every year, on prevention and interven- or other criminal activity has occurred.
the color of his skin does not fit the mayor’s persona. tion. It also requires that the students re- As parents we are obviously con-
She is many things but she is no racist. ceive instruction on how to head off bul- cerned if our child is being bullied but
Also, Jean-Francois has said that the suit isn’t just about being discriminated against lying at every grade level as part of their we should be equally concerned if our
because he is black. curriculum. child is accused of being a bully. There
It is not about race only, he has allegedly said. But what exactly is bullying? It seems are legal implications with being labeled
Has the mayor singled him out for a different form of discrimination? like defining the word “bullying” should a bully. With the new public awareness
We doubt it. be an easy task but considering it took the of bullying and its affect on our young
The mayor is not like that. Legislature 103 words to define it sug- children, law enforcement and school
You have to really get under the mayor’s skin for her to take action of any kind. gests that it was anything but easy. To administrators are becoming more ag-
And this action letting Jean-Francois go was an action taken on principle and noth- complicate matters further, the definition gressive in their investigation and pros-
ing else. of “bullying” also included “cyber-bully- ecution of alleged bullies. As school sys-
We do not know what Jean-Francois’s work record was. We do not know what his ing” and cyber bullying required another tems, communities, and law enforcement
colleagues thought of him and whether or not he did as he was told by the mayor to her 175 words to define. Given space restric- personnel continue to grapple with bully-
satisfaction. tions for this article, it is not possible to ing, more students are being prosecuted
We do know the mayor, however. elaborate on such lengthy definitions here criminally for a variety of crimes, both
She is many things but she is not a racist and now she must appear before the MCAD, but I strongly suggest all parents read the misdemeanors and felonies for behavior
the white mayor versus he black assistant whom she released. full definition of these terms which can that was never before prosecuted. Young
“The last place you get any justice is in a court of law. The MCAD is not a court of be found at the following link: www. people who are accused and ultimately
law. malegislature.gov/Laws/SessionLaws/ convicted of crimes stemming from bul-
The mayor will be hard pressed to get any justice before the MCAD Acts/2010/Chapter92. In summary, to lying behavior will have their criminal
constitute bullying, the bully’s actions convictions on their record for possibly
must be repetitive; a single act is not the rest of their lives. For this reason, as
enough. It is also important to know, that a parent it is extremely important that if
with the proliferation of social network- your child is either accused of bullying
PUBLISHER: Joshua Resnek ing and the internet, parents should be as or charged with a crime stemming from
EDITOR IN CHIEF: Cary Shuman
aware of cyber-bullying as they are tradi- bullying behavior that you seek compe-
tional in person bullying scenarios. Some tent criminal legal advice as quickly as
PHONE 781-485-0588 // FAX 781-485-1403 students are using the anonymity of the possible.
EMAIL: EDITOR@LYNNJOURNAL.COM internet to perpetrate the types of emo- The important thing to remember is
tional harm that was once only possible that bullying has real implication for both
I NDEPENDENT N E WSPAPER G R OUP , LLC by actual physical interaction and/or al- the victim and the perpetrator. A young
PRESIDENT: Stephen Quigley tercations. Cyber-bullying in essence is persons self esteem, ability to learn and
VICE PRESIDENT: Joshua Resnek harassment and threats through the trans- future can often be permanently affected
DIRECTORY mission of cyber messages such as emails, by being bullied or by being the bully.
Advertising & Marketing Business text messages, Facebook and blog posts. There are resources now available to ad-
Director of Marketing Accounts Executive Cyber bullies often harass their victims dress these situations but it is up to all of
Debra DiGregorio Judy Russi through the use of web pages, Facebook us to ensure that these resources are uti-
Assistant Marketing Directors
Colm Bohill Editorial accounts or blogs created under assumed lized. One great resource I recommend is
Senior Sales Associates
Page Design, Copy Editing or impersonated identities. Schools under the Massachusetts Aggression Research
Peter Sacco the new law are obligated to take action Center (MARC) which provides several
Reporting Staff for cyber-bullying that occurs outside the excellent Parent Guides. MARC’s web-
Seth Daniel site is located at www.MARCcenter.org.
Legal Advertising John Lynds
classroom if it affects the classroom and
Ellen Bertino creates a hostile classroom environment. Attorney Len Spada is a partner at
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Such harassment is specifically addressed Spada & Zullo LLP in Chelsea, Ma.
Carol Alagero (classified) in the anti-bullying law.
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body parts and there should be George Armitstead Milton ‘Mickey’ Solomon
nothing offensive about dis-
playing them on a t-shirt.
Retired Auto Technician Owned Solomon Metals Corp. in Lynn
Right? George M. Armitstead of Armitstead and his wife, Jessica Milton “Mickey” Solomon of (Bluestein), he was the beloved
Wrong. Golden Drive, Winthrop, a life- all of Winthrop. He was the dear Marblehead, formerly of Chel- father of Karen Solomon, Marcy
What the mayor is entirely long Winthrop resident, died on brother of Elizabeth Doyle of sea, died on March 8 at home sur- Slovin and her partner, Les Sel-
missing is that there are stan- March 4 after a long illness. He Lynn, Bruce Armitstead of Low- rounded by his loving family. He bowitz, Laurie and her husband,
dards in high schools which are was 65 years old. ell and Barbara Sharib of Lynn was 85 years old. Lee Caplan and Alan and his
important to meet. Born in Winthrop, he was the and the cherished grandfather of Mr. Solomon was born and wife, Rebecca Solomon; cher-
If you want to be a lesbian, beloved son of the late Edith Brianna, Daniel, Brian Jr., Grace, raised in Chelsea, graduated ished grandfather of Ashley, Max
no one at Lynn’s High Schools (Vass) and Stanley Armitstead. Sofia, Lauren, Aaron, Lily and from Chelsea High School with and Hannah Solomon, Joshua
is empowered to stop you. He was employed as an auto Elle. He was the former husband the Class of 1945 and remained and Elissa Slovin, Matthew and
If you want to be a homo- technician for many years prior of Marie (Chiaradonna) Chef- an active member of the reunion Shira Caplan and Levi Solomon
sexual, the same can be said. to his retirement. He was also a fro and brother in law of Marie committee. and dear brother of the late Sylvia
What we do with out private member of the Corvette Club and Lewis Armitstead He owned and operated Sol- Wheeler, Moe Solomon, Lena
lives is our own business. the NSRA. Arrangements were by the mon Metals Corp. in Lynn and Cramer, Ida Shook and Isaac
But when you display your He was the loving father of Ernest P. Caggiano and Son- continued to work as his health Solomon.
sexual preference on a t-shirt Craig Armitstead and his wife, O'Maley Funeral Home, Win- allowed. He was past president Services were held at Congre-
in a Lynn public high school, Rose, Brian Armitstead and his throp. In lieu of flowers, me- of Temple Tifereth Israel of Win- gation Shirat Hayam, Swamp-
you’re stepping over a line. wife, Tara, Aaron Armitstead morial donations may be made throp and a board member of the scott. Expressions of sympathy
Bottom line, there must be and his wife, Dawne and Derek directly to the funeral home. Chelsea Jewish Nursing Home may be made to Congregation
a dress code that makes such and Camp Bauercrest in Ames- Shirat Hayam or the Jewish Fed-
expressions of sexuality not
allowed, just as gang colors, Antonio Silva bury. He was a longtime member
of Congregation Shirat Hayam
eration of the North Shore, 4
Community Road, Marblehead.
absent of sexuality, are not al- Retired Truck Driver and a Mason. For on line condolences: www.
lowed. Antonio M. Silva, a retired of Marjorie M. Silva and devoted The devoted husband of Irene goldmanfc.com
First amendment rights
don’t guarantee the right to of-
truck driver, died on March 7 at
the Chelsea Skilled Nursing and
father and father in law of Mary-
ann Silva-Munoz and her hus- Eleanor Santoro
fend others – and if others are Rehabilitation Center following a band, Rafael Munoz, all of Lynn; Retiree of Liberty Market in East Boston
offended in high school, it is sudden decline in health. He was cherished Godfather of Erica
something adults must resolve. 88 years old. Monteiro and Vanessa Cruz and Eleanor (Reppucci) Santoro Lynn, Stephanie A. Emmons of
Born in East Boston, he was adored uncle of Roberto Fortes, of Revere, formerly of East Bos- Woburn, Stacey M. DiPaolo of
Hoop/ FROM PAGE 1 the son of the late Emanuel D.
and Gertrude (Santos) Silva.
Buffy Fermino and many other
nieces and nephews. He was the
ton, died on March 5. She was 97
Revere and Laura L. Tortorici of
Lynn. She is also lovingly sur-
shootout. I can’t be happier After graduating from East Bos- brother of several late brothers A retiree of Liberty Market in vived by her great grandchildren,
about her play this year.” ton High School, he enlisted in and sisters. East Boston, she was the beloved James, Nicholas and Samantha
Skinnion felt her team would the US Army and served during A Mass of Christian Burial was wife of 73 years of Salvatore San- and by many nieces, nephews,
come through in the shootout. World War II. He was honorably celebrated at St. Rose Church toro; devoted mother of Roberta grand nieces and grand nephews.
“I have confidence in my discharged in 1949. in Chelsea. Services concluded J. Tortorici and her husband, Ma- Funeral arrangements were by
team that they would do their After returning from the Army, with Military Honors followed rio of Peabody, Janet M. DiPaolo the Vertuccio & Smith Home For
part,” said Skinnion. “I knew he continued his education enroll- by burial at Woodlawn Cemetery of Revere and Richard M. San- Funerals, Revere. Burial was in
that Ann Marie is a great play- ing at Boston University. He mar- in Everett. To send expressions toro and his wife, Phyllis of No- Woodlawn Cemetery. Remem-
er and that she was going to ried Marjorie and together they of sympathy to the family, please vato, CA; dear sister of Ann Gi- brances may be made to Hallmark
score. I just wanted to do my settled in Chelsea. He worked for visit www.WelshFuneralHome. glio and Lucy Salemme, both of Health VNA & Hospice, Inc., 178
best for my team. That’s why many years as a truck driver for com. Funeral Arrangements were Revere and the late Carmella M. Savin St., Malden, MA 02148; or
our team has been so success- Universal Fixtures, an electrical entrusted to the care and direc- Elliott, Anthony A. "Tom" Re- to St. Jude Children's Research
ful because we want to win for supply company in Quincy. tion of the Frank A. Welsh and pucci, John and Joseph Repucci Hospital , P.O. BOX 1000, Mem-
each other.” He was the beloved husband Sons Funeral Home. and Evelyn Reppucci; cherished phis, TN 38148-0142. For further
Butler, Kaleigh Finingan, grandmother of Susan E. Mar- information, visit: www.vertuc-
and Brittany Lanzilli scored Dorothy Iovanna coni and her husband, James of cioandsmith.com
goals for the Spartans who im- East Boston resident
proved their record to 21-3-1. Dorothy (DiChiara) Iovanna Christine and Dominic Landry of
St. Mary’s will play Arlington of East Boston and Swampscott, Lynn and Shirley and John Bari-
Catholic for the state champi- died with her family at her side lone of Norco, CA; a brother-in-
onship Sunday at the TD Gar- on March 4 at the NSMC / Salem law, Robert Brabant of Tewks-
den. Hospital. She was 71 years old. bury; many nieces, nephews,
The wife of the late Frederick grand nieces and grandnephews.
E. Iovanna, Sr., she is survived Mrs. Iovanna was the daughter of
by her children and their spouses, the late Americo and Jenny (Bari-
Frederick E. Iovanna, Jr., of East lone) DiChiara and the sister of
Boston, Carmen F. Iovanna of the late Rosemarie Ling and An-
For Advertising Swampscott with whom she re-
sided, Deborah A. Saggese and
Funeral arrangements were by
Nicholas R. Saggese, Ret. BPD the Conway, Cahill-Brodeur Fu-
of Georgetown, and Patricia E. neral Home, Peabody. Burial was To place a memoriam, please call
Marzano and Frederick Marzano in Pine Grove Cemetery, Lynn.
Call BPD of Peabody; six grandchil-
dren, Nikkia Iovanna, Brianna
Memorial contributions may be
made in her name to the Ameri-
and Kristina Marzano, Freder- can Diabetes Association , 330
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ick, Anthony and Tyler Iovanna; Congress St., 5th Floor, Boston,
2 brothers, Richard DiChiara of MA 02110. Please visit www.
Lowell, and John Long and his ccbfuneral.com for online obitu-
wife, Angela of Temple City, CA; ary and memorial guest book.
two sisters and their spouses,
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es, there’s a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. It’s
found in each blade of grass growing in Ireland’s lush
pastures. Small herds of cows graze freely, and the milk,
rich in beta-carotene from the grass, produces butter and
cheeses of an exceptionally golden hue.
Thousands of years before the Irish discovered potatoes, dairy
cows, milk and butter were being woven into the fabric of Irish
society, according to the Cork Butter Museum in Cork City, Ireland.
The Cork Butter Exchange, a market created by the merchants of
Cork City in 1769, was in its time, the largest butter market in the
world, exporting as far away as Europe and America.
Today, dairy products continue to play an important role in Irish
cooking. Cooperatives of farmers, creameries and cheesemakers
provide delicious Irish butter and cheeses throughout the U.S. under
the Kerrygold label.
Here are some iconic recipes from some stars of Irish cooking,
using Kerrygold cheeses and butter. To learn
more about Kerrygold, and for where-to-buy
information, visit www.kerrygold.com/usa.
Dubliner Shepherd’s Pie
Roasted Root Vegetable Soup
Cyan Magenta Yellow Black
Serves 4 to 6 Brown Soda Bread Dubliner Shepherd’s Pie
“You can substitute pumpkin, turnip or celeriac Makes 2 loaves Makes 4 to 6 servings
for the swede (rutabaga), or just use a mixture — “This is an all-purpose and relatively fool- “Our family loves a hearty shepherd’s pie
this is a very flexible recipe.” proof recipe based on several I collected after a long day working on the farm.
— Neven Maguire, chef/owner of the renowned while researching ‘The Country Cooking Because our cows produce milk to make
MacNean House and Restaurant in Blacklion, of Ireland.’” Kerrygold Dubliner Cheese, we like to add
County Cavan, Ireland; popular TV cooking — author Colman Andrews, whose Irish some shredded Dubliner to the potato crust.”
star and cookbook author cookbook won the 2010 James Beard — Donal Murphy, Kerrygold dairy farmer,
1 small swede (rutabaga) cut into Foundation award for Best International Bandon, County Cork, Ireland
cubes Cookbook and Cookbook of the Year Potato Topping:
2 carrots, cut into cubes 3 1/2 cups stone-ground whole 1 1/4 pounds russet potatoes,
1 parsnip, cut into cubes wheat flour, preferably peeled and cubed
3 tablespoons olive oil Irish or Irish-style 2 tablespoons Kerrygold
4 tablespoons (1/4 cup) Kerrygold 1 1/2 cups unbleached white Irish Butter
Irish Butter flour, preferably Irish, 1/3 cup milk
1 onion, finely chopped or pastry flour, plus more 1 cup shredded Kerrygold
2 celery stalks, finely chopped for dusting Dubliner Cheese
1 garlic clove, crushed 3/4 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon chopped fresh thyme 1 teaspoon salt
1 quart (4 cups) vegetable stock Filling:
1 teaspoon softened Kerrygold 1 pound lean ground beef
1/2 cup single cream (or substitute half Irish Butter, plus more for 2 tablespoons Kerrygold
and half) greasing Irish Butter
Salt and freshly ground black 1 3/4 to 2 cups room-temperature 1 medium onion, chopped
pepper buttermilk 4 small carrots, peeled and
Preheat oven to 400°F. Place swede, carrots Preheat oven to 375°F. Mix wheat sliced 1/4-inch thick
and parsnip on baking sheet and drizzle with flour, white flour, baking soda and salt 2 tablespoons flour
2 tablespoons olive oil. Season generously and together in a medium bowl. Work butter 3/4 cup Guinness Stout
roast for 25 to 30 minutes until golden brown into mixture with your fingers. 3/4 cup beef stock
and tender, shaking baking sheet occasionally Form a well in the middle of flour 1 teaspoon dried thyme
to ensure even cooking. mixture and pour buttermilk into the 1/2 teaspoon salt
Meanwhile, heat remaining tablespoon olive well. Form your hand into a rigid claw 1/2 cup frozen peas, thawed
oil and butter in large heavy-based pot, and add and stir dough slowly but steadily in a Preheat oven to 375°F and lightly butter
onion, celery, garlic and thyme. Cook for 4 to 5 Brown Soda Bread, Roasted Root Vegetable Soup and Cheese Toasties
spiral motion, starting in the middle and an 11- x 7-inch baking dish. Cook pota-
minutes until softened but not browned, stirring working outwards. Dough should be toes in boiling water for 15 minutes or
occasionally. soft but not too wet or sticky. (Start until very tender; drain well. Mash with
Add roasted root vegetables to pan and then with 1 3/4 cups buttermilk, gradually butter and milk until smooth, then stir in
pour in stock. Bring gently to boil, then reduce adding, if necessary, to achieve the right cheese and salt and set aside.
heat, cover and simmer for 25 to 30 minutes consistency.) Crumble beef into a medium skillet and
until completely tender, stirring occasionally. Turn dough out onto a floured board. cook until no longer pink; remove from
Purée with a hand blender until completely Flour your hands lightly, then shape skillet and set aside. In same skillet, melt
smooth. dough into a flat rectangle about 2 butter. Add onion and carrots; cook for
To serve, stir cream into soup. Gently heat inches high. Cut dough in half length- 10 minutes over medium heat to soften,
through and season to taste, then ladle into wise with a wet knife, then gently push stirring occasionally. Stir in flour and
warmed bowls. each half into a lightly greased glass or cook for 1 minute more.
Note: You don’t have to add the cream if foil loaf pan. Bake for 50 to 60 minutes, Add Guinness, stock, thyme and salt;
you’re watching the calories, but you might or until the tops of the loaves are nicely cook and stir until mixture is slightly
need a little extra stock to thin the soup. browned. thickened then stir in peas and cooked
Serve this bread with plenty of beef. Spoon into prepared baking dish
Kerrygold Irish Butter. then spread potato mixture over the top.
Cheese Toasties Bake for 20 to 25 minutes or until top is
Serves 4 to 6 lightly browned.
4 tablespoons (1/4 cup) Kerrygold Rhubarb Crumble
Irish Butter Serves 6
8 slices firm, country-style white bread “Crumbles are the ultimate comfort food. Vary the fruit according to the season.”
1 package (7 ounces) Kerrygold — Darina Allen, founder of the world-famous Ballymaloe Cookery School in Shanagarry,
Dubliner Cheese, grated County Cork, Ireland
1 tablespoon snipped fresh chives Filling: Rub butter into flour just until mixture
Salt and freshly ground black 1 1/2 pounds rhubarb, cut in resembles coarse breadcrumbs, then stir in
pepper 1/2-inch slices sugar.
Butter bread and arrange cheese over half 1/2 cup sugar Sprinkle this mixture over rhubarb in
of the slices, buttered side down. Sprinkle Crumble: the pie dish. Bake for 30 to 45 minutes
with chives and cover with remaining slices, 4 tablespoons (1/4 cup) Kerrygold until topping is cooked and golden. Serve
buttered side up. Irish Butter with whipped cream and soft brown
Preheat a griddle or large non-stick frying 4 ounces (scant 1 cup) white flour, sugar, or try stirring a little Amaretto into
pan and cook sandwiches two at a time 2 preferably unbleached your cream.
minutes each side until golden brown and 1/4 cup superfine sugar Recipe adapted from the “Ballymaloe
cheese has melted. Keep hot. Preheat oven to 350°F. In bowl, mix Cookery Course Book” published by
To serve, cut the cheese toasts into fingers. filling ingredients; turn into a 1-quart Kyle Cathie.
Rhubarb Crumble (4 cups) capacity pie dish.
Tuesday, March 13, 2012 T H E LY N N J O U R N A L Page 7
A Championship Season
St. Mary's wins North Sectional title defeating Pope John
By Cary Shuman Devin Thompson lit up the
board from the outside and fin-
The St. Mary’s High School ished with 18 points.
boys basketball team continued Randolf Thurman, the smooth
its magical season with a 62- and efficient floor general for
39 win over Pope John High the Spartans’ offense that has
School, capturing the Division 4 dominated Winthrop, Manches-
North title Friday night at Em- ter-Essex, and Pope John, added
manuel College. seven points and five assists.
St. Mary’s was set to play “We had our scoring leaders
Cathedral High School for the and Randolf is our guy as far as
state championship Monday af- handling the ball,” said coach
ternoon at the TD Garden. Kevin Moran. “I think he’s the
Head coach Kevin Moran best point guard around.”
couldn’t have asked for a more Brendan Moran, the Spartans’
complete effort than he received 6-foot-4-inch center, helped
from his surging team that is give his team the edge on the
playing its best basketball of the backboards and played aggres-
season when it matters most. sive defense in his usual unsung
Senior Nick Gagliolo was starting role. Junior forward
a force for the Spartans, pour- Matt Manning had four points
ing in 20 points and playing the and was part of a team-wide
game very well at both ends of defensive effort that held Pope
the court. Sharpshooting guard John’s leading scorer, Malcolm
Cyan Magenta Yellow Black
St. Mary's High School basketball players celebrate with the Division 4 North sectional championship tro-
phy in their possession after defeating Pope John in the nal Friday night at Emmanuel College.
Brown of Lynn, to four points. nament opener.
Kevin Moran and his staff had Following Friday night’s vic- $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
their team ready for the champi- tory, Moran spoke about his
onship game, devising a defen- team’s trip to the Garden. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
sive scheme that contained and “Going to the Garden, for me
frustrated the Brown and an of- it’s unbelievable excitement, but Voted #1
fensive plan that produced fast I think for the kids it’s an expe- Best Place
To Sell Coins
break and set-play points. Mo- rience they’ll never forget,” said & Jewelry
ran has his team peaking at the Moran. “I’m so happy for those
right team and rather and riding guys to be able play at the Gar-
a wave of momentum and cham- den. The hard work, the energy
pionship-level confidence after that they put in all year, now they
Devin Thompson was a standout in St. Mary's victory, scoring 18 its big win over defending state deserve to play on the big stage
points in the Division 4 North title game. champion Winthrop in the tour- and I’m as excited as they are.”
Page 8 T H E LY N N J O U R N A L Tuesday, March 13, 2012
THINGS To Do
and Last Word Poetry Series on
‘Eshet’ April 12 at 8 p.m. ($10, student March 20, from 6 to 9:30 p.m. in
with ID, $5), in these shows for all th cafe ($4).
New Center Live! and the
ages at the Red Room at Cafe 939,
Consulate General of Israel to New
939 Boylston St., Boston.Tickets are Jewish Film Festival
England presents acclaimed , origi- Srugim, the Israeli TV show
at the Berklee Performance Center
nal Jewish writers, artists, musi- about five young modern
Box Office or in person at the club.
cians, actors, politicians and humor- Orthodox men and women in
ists who discuss their lives and pres- ‘James and the Giant Jerusalem, appears in Boston
ent their works. On Tuesday, March
20, at 7:30 p.m., acclaimed Israeli
Peach’ for the first three episodes,
Students from 11 communities shine with special guest star Amos
theater director, designer and pup- Taman (Amir) attending, on
peteer Elit Veber, with moderator brightly on stage with the Boston
Children’s Theatre’s production of Monday, March 19, at 7 p.m.
Joyce Kulhawik, discusses “Eshet at the West Newton Cinema
(Wife),” her stage adaptation of Roald Dahl’s family classic, “James
and the Bright Peach,” including ($15; students, seniors, BJFF,
the Biblical story of Tamar, “the WGBH, MFA, Coolidge Corner
Kevin Paquette of Charlestown Romeo and Juliet is playing at the Stoneham Theatre through March 18.
first Biblical feminist,” while two Theater members, $12; groups
and Ben Henry-Moreland of East For more information call 781-279-2200
Israeli dancers and puppets enact of 10+, $10; and documentary
excerpts of the presentation, at the Boston, on March 17,18,24,25, at
2 p.m. at the Plaza Theater, Boston France),” on March 18 and 25 at March 15 at 7:30 p.m.; opening “Dolphin Boy,” with special
Arsenal Center for the Arts, Charles guest, Director Dani Menkin,
Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont 1 p.m. and March 21 and 28 at 6 night with post-show reception,
Mosesian Theater, 321 Arsenal St., on Monday, March 26, at 6:30
St., South End, Boston. Tickets are p.m. at the Museum of Fine Arts March 18 at 7 p.m. Tickets begin
Watertown. Tickets: patrons, $45, p.m. in the Brattle Theatre,
$25. Visit www.bostonchildrens- (MFA), Alfond Theater. For more at $24; students, seniors, group dis-
which includes a post-show cocktail Cambridge.($15/$12/$10). Call
theatre.org or call the Box Office at information, visit www.jewishfilm. counts.Call the Box Office at 978-
reception with the performers; gen- 617-244-9899 or visit www.bjff.
617-424-6634, Ext. 222. org. 543-4678 or visit MerrimackRep.
eral admission, $28; under 25 years org.
old, $18. Visit Newcenterboston. ‘A Little Bit of Ireland’
org or call 617-531-4610.
ImprovBoston Reagle Theatre of Greater Boston Regattabar Celtic Sojourn
World Music concerts ImprovBoston sketch comedy brings a little bit of the Old Sod The following performers take WGBH radio host Brian
group, The Dowry, presents a com- and its charm to the stage with its center stage at the Regattabar, in O’Donovan celebrates St.
The Institute of Contemporary Patrick’s Day with an all-star:
edy experience, annual St. Patrick’s Day show, “A the Charles Hotel, One Bennett
Art (ICA), 100 Northern Ave., Dublin vocalist Susan McKeown;
(500) Days ‘til Summer,” to chase Little Bit of Ireland,” on March 17 St., Harvard Square, Cambridge:
Boston, is host to choreographers vocalist Michael Brennock, the
away winter blues on Fridays, in and 18 at the Robinson Theatre, jazz guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel
Trey McIntyre Project, perform-
March and April (excluding March 617 Lexington St., Waltham. and the New Quartet, featuring Bee Eaters, a string band/hammer
ing the Boston premiere of “Blue dulcimer ensemble, fiddle virtuo-
23), at 40 Prospect St., Cambridge. There’s Irish music, dancing, sing- Aaron Parks, Eric Revis and Justin
Until June,” “Bad Winter,” and so Jerry Kittel, and duo Jefferson
Tickets are $12-$16. Visit www. ing, and comedy. featuring inter- Faulkner, March 13. 14. at 7:30
“The Sweeter End,” on March 16 Hamer and Eamonn O’Leary;
improvboston.com. nationally famous Gaelic fiddler p.m. ($25) and 10 ($22); jazz vocal-
at 7:30 p.m., March 17 at 8 p.m. with dancer Kieran Jordan and
Seamus Connolly, world champion ist Gregory Porter, March 15, at
and March 18 at 3 p.m. Tickets are
$40.Call World Music CRASHarts
Family concert Irish step dancer, Liam Harney, 7:30 p.m. ($15); harpist Edmar fiddler Tina Lech, uilleann piper
fiddler Larry Reynolds, soloists Castaneda’s CD release show for Joey Arbata and flutist-five-string
at 617-876-4275 or visit www. Wheelock Family Theater at 200
Rusty Russell and Sarah Pfisterer, Double Portion, with special guest, banjoist Mark Roberts, on March
WorldMusic.org. On March 17 at 8 the Riverway, Boston, presents
and local comedian Harold Miguel Zenon, March 16, at 7:30 17, at 8 p.m. at the Zeiterion
p.m. the celebrated Ladysmith Black “The Beat Goes On: A Musical
“Jerry”Walker, and a large ensem- p.m. ($16); jazz vocalist Betty Theatre, 684 Purchase St., New
Mambazo performs in the Sanders Look at Perseverance, Pace, and
ble. Showtimes are March 16 at 2,6 Buckley, March 17, at 7:30 ($38) Bedford ($28,$36,$40,$45; visit
Theatre, 45 Quincy St. Harvard Pulse in Music,” on March 17, at
p.m., March 17,at 1 p.m. Tickets, and 10 p.m. ($35); singer-song- tickets.zeiterion.org) also, on
Square, Cambridge ($40,$32,$28); 10:15 a.m. and 12 noon, featuring
$35-$50; youths 5-18, $25; seniors, writer Karla Bonoff, March 23, at March 24 at 8 p.m. at Sanders
on March 18, at 7 p.m., also in the Boston Symphony Orchestra,
$2 discount; group rates also. Call 7:30 p.m. ($30) and 10 p.m. ($25). Theatre, 45 Quincy St., Harvard
Sanders Theatre, Zakir Hussain with cellist Sasha Scolnik-Brower.
781891-5600 or visit www.reagl- Call 617-395-7757 or visit www. Square, Cambridge ($25,$35,$45,
and Masters of Percussion perform Children under 18, free of charge,
emusictheatre.org. charleshotel.com or www.regat- visit ofa.fas.harvard.edu/boxof-
($50,$42,$37,$28). adults, $20 (Call 888-266-1200 or
Longwood Symphony Great Day for the Irish
‘Futurity’ The Friends of the Charlestown Arts at the Armory ‘Kat(i)e and J(aw)hn’
Orchestra Branch Library (179 Main St., Somerville’s Center for the Arts. Salem State University teacher-
American Repertory Theater
Longwood Symphony Orchestra Charlestown) invite the public to 191 Highland ave., Somerville, performer Anne Lucas directs
presents the world premiere of
will perform a concert, Golijov and a free evening of Irish fun with presents Richard Cambridge’s Shari D. Frost’s play, “Kat(i)e and
“Futurity: A Musical by the Lisps,”
Beethoven, on Saturday, March soprano Ruth Harcovitz. singing Poetry Theater fundraiser for Books J(aw)hn,” running March 16-25
from March 16 to April 15 at the
17, at 8 p.m. in New England everyone’s favorite Irish songs, of Hope, on March 16 from 7 at Marblehead Little Theatre,
theater’s second space, Oberon,
Conservatory’s Jordan Hall, on in “Great Day for the Irish,” on to 10 p.m. in the cafe ($10, over 12 School St., Marblehead.
2 Arrow St., Harvard Square,
Gainsborough St., Boston. Guest Thursday, March 15, at 7:30 p.m. 18 years old; $5, 18-under visit Performances are March
Cambridge. The quirky new musi-
conductor is Federico Cortese. Join her in a sing-along and a email@example.com); the free, 16,17,23,24, at 8 p.m. and
cal combines the Civil War and
Pianist Gleb Ivanov pereorm s post-performance reception. Call Somerville Winter Farmer’s Market March 25 at 2 p.m. Rickets are
a Union soldier who dreams of
Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 1 and 617-242-1248 or visit www.bpl. on Shamrock Saturday, March 17, $20; students with ID, $15; at the
bringing peace to the world, and
works by Tsunenori “Lee” Abe, org/branches/charlestown. from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the door, $25. For tickets or more
features indie-rock band, The Lisps
Osvaldo Golijov and Ludwig von Performance Hall, and For the Sake information, visit www.mlt.love.
and a Boston star-studded cast.
Beethoven. Proceeds benefit the
Performances are March 16-17,
‘Mrs. Whitney’ of Song presents Irish Session in the com.
Japan Disaster Relief Fund, Boston. The Merrimack Repertory Theatre Round, 7:30-10:30 p.m. in the cafe
Tickets are $13-$60. Visit www.
March 20,22,23, 25-29, April 1-5,
follows the comedic tale of middie- (suggested donation, $5); Gordon
April 10-13, t 7:30 p.m.; March
longwoodsymphony.org or call 617-
21 at 7 p.m.; March 24, April aged divorcee Margaret Whitney Michaels has rescheduled his Feb. Music Series
667-1527. who wants to reconnect with her 29th performance to March 18, The Boston Symphony Orchestra
8,14,15, at 2,7:30 p.m.; April 6,
long estranged ex-husband, in John from 5 to 7:30 p.m. in the cafe Community Chamber Music
Cafe 939 at 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. The show
Kolvenbach’s “Mrs. Whitney,” ($20; visit brownpapertickets.com; Series at Northeastern University
is recommended for children over
Eisley Marksmen, Christie Dupree appearing March 15 through April March 19, local singer-songwriter features a free concert on Friday,
10 and older. Tickets start at $25.
and Say Chance perform on March 8 at the theater, 50 E. Merrimack Hope Roth Third Monday residen- March 16, at 1:30 p.m. in the
Call 617-547-8300 or visit www.
20 at 8 p.m. ($15) ; Mary Lorson, St., Lowell. Performances starring cy, 7:30-9:30 p.m. in the cafe ($5); Fenway Center, 77 Saint Stephen
Megan Reilly and Mia Friedman Deirdre Madigan are Wednesdays, the Monday Mini Cinema Presents: St., Boston. To reserve free seats,
on March 22 at 8 p.m. (advance ‘Being Jewish in France’ Thursdays at 7:30 p.m., March If I Should Fall From Grace, the visit ticketsneu.edu.
tickets, $10; at the door, $12); 21, at 2,7:30 p.m.; Fridays, 8 p.m.; Shane NacGown Story that’s
The National Center for Jewish
Rachel Platten, March 23 at 8 p.m.
Film presents Yves Jeuland’s Saturdays, 4,8 p.m.,March 17, at 8 rescheduled from March 12, from ‘Wizardly Wunders’
($10); David Choi, March 28, at 8 p.m. only; Sundays, 2,7 p.m.; April 7 to 10 p.m. in the mezzanine (sug- School of Magic’
documentary, “Being Jewish
p.m. ($15); and the Checkout- Live 8, 2 p.m. only. Pay-what-you-can, gested donation, $3); and the First
in France,(Comme un Juif en Well-known North Shore thespi-
at Berklee: Ingrid Jensen Quintet,
Tuesday, March 13, 2012 T H E LY N N J O U R N A L Page 9
THINGS To Do
an Erik Rodenhiser, has created a ‘The Play About Baby’ annual Wine and Beer Tasting on
one-hour show for children ages Tuesday, March 13, from 6 to 8:30
Exquisite Corps Theatre presents
4-8 that’s interactive and teaches p.m. at the Richard K. and Nancy
them magic, with the audience’s Edward Albee’s play, “The Play
L. Donahue Center at Bagshaw
help, in Professor Wunders’ About the Baby,” that’s actually
Mills, 132 Warren St., Lowell. Wine
Wizardly School of Magic, on about a man, a woman, a strange
woman, even stranger man, a boy, and cheese cellar Tutto Bene selects
Saturday, March 17, at 11 a.m. its top wines from a collection of
only, at the Griffen Theatre on and maybe even a baby, appear-
ing through March 31 at the 700 Old World and New World
Lynde St., Salem. Children are favorites and a selection of fine
invited to come on stage to help Boston Center for the Arts (BCA)
Plaza Black Box Theatre, 539 brews, along with local beers from
with magic lessons, and everyone Lowell Beerworks. Tickets are $45.
receives a magical glow ring. Tremont St., South End, Boston.
Performances are Wednesday, Visit www.MerrimackRep.org or
Tickets are $12. Call 978-825- call 978-654-7552. Proceeds benefit
0222, or e-mail griffentheatre@ Thursday, 7:30 p.m.; Friday,
Saturday, 8 p.m.; Saturday matinee the theater’s mainstage productions
at 4 p.m. Tickets are $20. Call 617- and education programs.
Sweet performing arts 933-8600, visit info@exquisitecorp.
‘Into the Woods’
festival org, bostontheatrescene.com or
exquisitecorps.org. Boston darling Maryann Zschau
Ride to Shelburne Falls in the stars as the witch in the next-
Pioneer Valley, for maple sugar- 'Ma Rainey’s Black door theater company produc-
ing and Piti Theatre Company’s Bottom’ tion of Stephen Sondheim and
annual Syrup:One Sweet James Lapine’s “Into the Woods,”
Performing Arts Festival, on The Huntington Theatre presents
August Wilson’s “Ma Rainey’s through March 24, at 40-50 Cross
March 17 and 18 in Memorial St., Winchester. Performances
Hall. The group offers theater, Black Bottom” from now through
April 8 at the Boston University are Friday, Saturday, March
music, dance, syrup tasting, inter- Maple Sugaring will be happening this weekend, March 17 and 18 in
Theatre/Avenue of the Arts, 16,17,23,24, at 8 p.m.; Sunday,
active children’s performances Topsfield. For information call 978-887-9264.
264 Huntington Ave., Boston. March 18, at 2 p.m.; Thursday,
and special guests, starting at 2
Session Americana ‘Next to Normal’ Legendary blues singer Ma Rainey March 15,22, at 7:30 p.m. Reserved
p.m. on Saturday, with “Elmer
and the Elder Tree,” and ballet- and her musicians jam in a run- seats are $25; students, seniors,
On Friday, March 16, at 8 p.m., SpeakEasy Stage Company’s $20. Call 781-729-NEXT or visit
mime artist Karen Montanaro; down Chicago studio to record
Session Americana and special guest esteemed artistic director, Paul www.nextdoortheater.org.
“Spring Seeds Gala” at 7 p.m. some old favorites when genera-
opening act, Rose Polenzani, per- Daigneault, directs the Boston
with Montanaro’s performance tional and racial tensions explode.
of Tanzspiel, singer-songwriter
form at me & thee coffeehouse at premiere of Tom Kitts and Brian Showtimes are Tuesday-Thursday ‘Man From Earth’
the Unitarian Universalist Church Yorkey’s 2010 Pulitzer Prize-win-
Carrie Ferguson, cellist Wayne at 7:30 p.m.; Friday, Saturday, 8 At an impromptu farewell party
of Marblehead, 28 Mugford St., ning musical “Next to Normal,”
Smith, MC Jonathan Mirin, and p.m.; select Sundays, 7 p.m.; mati- for Professor John Oldman, he
Marblehead. Advance tickets are starring Christopher Chew, Chris
more. Workshops are Sunday at nees, select Wednesdays, Saturdays, makes an extraordinary announce-
$16; at the door, $19. Call 781- Caron, Kerry A Dowling, Sarah
11 a.m. (ages 7-12), and 1:30 Sundays, at 2 p.m. Tickets start at ment, confounding his colleagues,
631-8987 or visit www.meandthee. Drake, Michael Levesque and
p.m. (teens,adults) at Shelburne $25. Visit huntingtontheatre.org or in Jerome Bixby’s “Man From
Falls Yoga. Saturday afternoon, Michael Tacconi, now through call 617-266-0800. Earth,” appearing through March
$5; night, $12; Festival bucket 'Les Miserables’ April 7 to its stage at Boston Center
Middle Eastern Festival 24 with the Hovey Players, at
pass, $15. Visit www.ptco.org/ for the Arts, 527 Tremont St., South the Abbott Memorial Theater, 9
Cameron Mackintosh presents a
shows/syrup or call 800-838- End, Boston. Performances are The Signature Series at Berklee pres- Spring St., Waltham. Showtimes
new 25th anniversary production
3006. Montnaro’s Sunday work- Wednesday, Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.; ents the Middle Eastern Festival, an are Friday,Saturday, at 8 p.m.,
of Boubil and Schonberg’s musi-
shops, $15 for festival tickethold- Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 4,8 p.m.; annual event that joins artists from Thursday, March 22, also at 8
cal, “Les Miserables,” from March
ers, others, $20. Space limited. Sunday, 3 p.m.; added performance the Middle East, the Balkans, and p.m., Sunday, March 18, at 2 p.m.
13 to April 1 at the Boston Opera
Call 413-625-6569 or e-mail April 3 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets start the Mediterranean with students Tickets are $18; seniors, students,
House on Washington Street,
firstname.lastname@example.org. at $30; discounts for students and from all over the world to perform $15. Call 781-893-9171 or visit
Boston. Performances are Tuesday-
seniors; under 25, $25; student traditional and inspiring music Reservations@hoveyplayers.com.
Thursday at 7:30 p.m.; Friday, 8
p.m.; Saturday, 2,8 p.m.; Sunday, rush, $14. Call 617-933-8600 or from their homelands, on Monday, On opening night, a reception fol-
Spring Show 2012 1,6:30 p.m.; March 29 at 1 p.m.; visitwww.SpeakEasyStage.com. March 15, at 8:15 p.m. in the lows.
Saltbox Gallery in Topsfield will no evening show on April 1. Tickets Berklee Performance Center, 136
hold its annual spring show on start at $33. Call Ticketmaster 'Deported’ Mass. Ave., Boston. Festival found- Celebrity Series of
er/assistant professor Christiane
March 6-18, from 10 a.m. to 5 at 800-982-2787 or visit www. Boston Playwrights Theatre ends
Karam, Berklee assistant director
p.m., kicking off with an artists’ BroadwayInBoston,com. Groups of its 30th season with Joyce Van
opening reception Mrch 16, from Javier Limon present a flamenco- As part of the Celebrity Series
15+, call 617-482-8616 or e-mail Dyke’s “Deported: A Dream Play,” of Boston, The Chieftains bring
7 to 9 p.m. at Coolidge Hall, BostonGroups@BroadwayInBoston. themed festival. Reserved seats are
the story of the Armenian geno- their 50th anniversary tour 2012
Topsfield Fairgrounds, Route 1N, com. $15,$10. Call 617-747-2261 , visit
cide, starring Boston’s beloved to Symphony Hall, 301 Mass.
Topsfield. Admission and parking berkleebpc.com or the Box Office.
star, Bobbie Steinbach, Ken Baltin,
are free. ‘Ameriville’ Mark Chen, Liz Hayes, Robert ‘Swimming in the
Ave., Boston, on March 14 at
8 p.m.($57-$75); and Wynton
Mass Theatrica Ameriville, a one-act, 90-minute
collision of storytelling, spoken
Najarian, Jeanine Kane and Marya Shallows’ Marsalis performs Jazz at Lincoln
Mass Theatrica of Lynn will hold Lowry, through April 1. The show Center Orchestra, March 18 at 8
word, and jazz, gospel and hip- Salem Theatre Company pres-
an open read-through of the is presented in association with p.m. also in Symphony Hall. For
hop rhythms, revolutionize music ents Adam Bock’s “Swimming
operetta “Pirates of Penzance,” Suffolk University, at the modern tickets and more information, or
theater in this show that explores in the Shallows,” a cross-species
on Saturday, March 17, at 4 Theatre, 525 Washington St., call CelebrityCharge at 617-482-
race, poverty, politics, history and comedy about three couples -het-
p.m. in the Neal Rantoul Vault Boston. Showtimes are Thursday at 6661.
government, focusing on Hurricane erosexual, gay, and a guy dating
Theatre, LynnArts, 25 Exchange 7:30 p.m.; Friday,Saturday, 8 p.m.; a shark - trying to find their way,
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Brendan Moran shines in the big game
Brendan Moran wasn’t go- basketball star and Hall of Famer lievable,” Moran said after help-
ing to hold anything back in the at Curry who scored more than ing his team roll to its third win
biggest game of his high school 2,400 points. of the State Tournament. “At the
basketball career, even making Brendan, who is 6 feet, 4 beginning of this season, I knew
a nifty behind-the-back pass in inches tall and starts at center for we had a real good group of kids.
St. Mary’s 62-39 win over Pope the Spartans, understood the sig- We had a good team last year and
John that sent the Spartans on to nificance of the Division 4 North we’ve had kids come up from the
the TD Garden. final, knowing a win would send JV team like Tommy Deveau and
Brendan is the son of St. the team on to the state champi- help a lot.”
Mary’s head basketball coach onship game at TD Garden. Brendan said he and his father
Kevin Moran, a former college “This [win] is huge, it’s unbe- do talk about basketball beyond
preparing for and playing the
“Yes, we talk about the games
and then we refocus on our next
opponent,” said Brendan.
Is he aware how great a bas-
ketball player his father was in
“I’ve heard many stories, but
not by father, though – he’s pretty
humble about it,” said Brendan.
Brendan, who’s part of a Pea-
body delegation that’s been to-
gether since their days in the
Peabody Basketball Association
(PBA), was looking forward to
playing at the Garden along with
the other members of an out-
Cyan Magenta Yellow Black
standing senior class that includes
starters Devin Thompson and
Nick Gagliolo and reserves Jona-
Brendan Moran is pictured with his father, St. Mary's head coach Kevin than Capano, Mike Sonia, J.J.
Moran, his mother, Julie Moran, and his sister Lindsey Moran after Cavanagh, and Ryan McVann.
St. Mary's' defeated Pope John Friday night at Emmanuel College in “Oh, my God, it’s unreal – I
Boston. honestly can’t wait,” he said.
Spartan boys win state title
in TD Garden ﬁnal, 70-64
The St. Mary’s High School record. The Spartans bested Win- hard to reach their goal of a state
boys basketball team put the fin- throp, Manchester-Essex, Pope championship and they represent-
ishing touches on its outstanding John and Cathedral in the State ed our school and our community
season by defeating Cathedral Tournament. very well with their exceptional
High School, 70-64, in the Divi- “I congratulate coach Kevin athletic performance and sports-
sion 4 state championship game
Monday afternoon at the TD Gar-
Moran and the players on a truly
brilliant season,” said Athletic
manship. Everyone at St. Mary’s
is very proud of this team’s ac- For Advertising Rates,
den. Director Jeffrey Newhall. “The complishment.”
Senior guard Devin Thomp- players and coaches worked
son scored 25 points to power
the Spartans to the school’s first
boys’ basketball title since 2002.
The quintet of Nick Gagliolo,
Devin Thompson, Matt Man-
ning, Brendan Moran, and Ran-
dolf Thurman helped St. Mary’s
set the tone with an excellently
played first quarter. The Spar-
tans played well at both ends of
the court in the second quarter to
take a 32-23 lead in to the half.
From there, the Spartans kept
their composure while Thompson
continued his superb offensive
performance. Tommy Deveau
keyed a solid effort from the St.
St. Mary’s, led by head coach
Kevin Moran, completed its state
championship season with a 20-4