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Special One Day
Happy Saint Anthony’s Feast Schedule
Labor Day Sunday, September 4, 2011 - Endicott Street - North End
Enjoy one more day of great food, enter-
tainment and the Saint Anthony Grand
Procession. Due to Hurricane Irene, the
SEPTEMBER 5, 2011 Saturday and Sunday festivities were post-
poned until Sunday, September 4th, 2011.
See below for Sunday’s schedule.
The Saint Anthony Society thanks
Mayor Thomas Menino, The Office of
Special Events, Arts & Tourism, Patte Papa,
Fr. Antonio and Fr. Claude of Saint Leonard’s
Church, the members of the Saint Lucy
Society, our vendors and sponsors and as
always the residents and neighbors of
Open Air Mass in honor of Saint Anthony
followed by an individual blessing with the
relic of Saint Anthony at the Bandstand
located on Endicott Street.
Grand Procession of Saint Anthony
through the streets of the North End.
Live Entertainment by “Seabreeze.”
You Deserve a Rest!!! 5:30 PM
The North End’s own “One Night Only.”
Live Entertainment by “Itamia.”
News Briefs Fr. Claude blessing Saint Lucy before her
procession on Monday, August 30th.
by Sal Giarratani
Bad News Bus Tour
The president is now visiting the Heartland to
show how much heart he has for the struggling
middle-class and those hopelessly unemployed.
Remember those old wagon trains back in the
old west? Remember the old TV show with Ward
Bond as the trail boss, the chuck wagon and the
advance scout? Well, this looks Iike a wagon train
too. The President rides in a $1 million plus bus.
He arrives in Air Force One, his Mannes One
copter is carted in a cargo plane and there’s a
40-car entourage. Sounds like a good waste of
tax dollars to me.
Meanwhile, Congress has taken a five-week
vacation and the President a Martha Vineyard
family vacation. Both the deficit and growing debt
seemed to have been placed on the political
Brown and Perry
Targets of Liberal Hypocrites
Recently, a coalition of unions and liberal
groups unveiled a mobile billboard urging U.S.
Senator Scott Brown to support higher taxes on
the rich and corporations to help solve the nation’s
debt and deficit issues. This group says it will
bring the billboard to events that the Massachu-
setts Republicans plan to attend. The billboard
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Members of Saint Lucy Society carriers and ribbon girls.
(Photos by Rosario Scabin, Ross Photography)
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by David Trumbull
President Obama’s Labor Day Legacy,
More Jobs Sent Overseas
As the rest of us celebrate Labor Day, officials from Presi-
VESPASIAN’S COLOSSEUM, PART II dent Obama’s Department of Commerce and Office of the
We know that the Colos- procession around the com- 503 A.D. but bullfights were United States Trade Representative head out to Chicago
seum was the scene of fear- bat area, yelled the famous held here as late as 1362. If, for the latest round of negotiations on the Trans-Pacific
ful barbarities during the “Ave!” and then flung them- as a visitor to Rome and to Partnership (TPP) Agreement, set to begin on Tuesday. If
persecutions of the Chris- selves against man or beast the Flavian Amphitheater, it you don’t like the North American Free Trade Agreement
tians; however, it was also in a fight to the death. appears that more than half (NAFTA) and believe that trade pact cost American jobs,
used for gladitorial combats There are those who have of the building stones have you will really hate TPP.
during the first three hun- said that while the building been removed, it is because Along with the United States, the nations engaged in the
dred years after it was built. was imposing because of the the Romans themselves free trade talks are Australia, Brunei, Chile, Malaysia, New
For the provision of this fatal nature of it’s activity, it was have done more harm to Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam. The United States
service to the emperor, the never considered beautiful. their own city than all of already has trade agreements in effect with Australia,
Roman Empire and the glory The exterior of the structure the invading armies put Chile, Peru and Singapore.
of the Colosseum, they al- was faced with the famous together. We are reminded That leaves Brunei, Malaysia, New Zealand and Vietnam.
ways kept ready in Rome, Italian travertine. This is that during the Renaissance New Zealand is a Western-style democracy that shares our
about 10,000 gladiators who the building stone, which era many of these priceless heritage of British common law and tradition of individual
were held as prisoners. They shows the characteristic buildings of antiquity were freedom. President Obama wants to favor the remaining
were strong, athletic, well worm-eaten texture. It also used as quarries to furnish three nations with special trade privileges.
fed, well lodged, skilled in had three orders of Roman building stones for a number Freedom House, the independent international watch-
the use of combat weapons architecture: Tuscan, Ionic of churches and palaces. dog organization that supports the expansion of freedom
and had at one time been and Corinthian, superim- This structure has been around the world, classifies both Brunei and Vietnam as
soldiers themselves who had posed on the first, second despoiled by vandals and unfree and Malaysia as merely partially free. Brunei, which
fought against the Roman and third stories respec- plundered by the Romans has been under martial law since 1962, is an Islamic state
legions and in some in- tively. The interior had a themselves but majestically where most criminal activity is defined and punished
stances even defeated them. marble facing on the em- it still stands as one of the according to draconian Islamic sharia law.
One thing was for sure; they peror’s ringside platform, as great landmarks of the According to the U.S. Department of State in a report
were absolutely certain of well as a marble throne. world. It has been said many covering the year 2009:
an early death. The sheer Huge masts projecting from times that while the Colos- The [Brunei] Ministry of Education requires courses on Islam
stupidity of it all seems to the upper story were seum stands, Rome will … and prohibits the teaching of other religions. Private Chris-
be the manner in which equipped to hold brightly col- stand and when the Colos- tian schools were not allowed to give Christian instruction ...
these herds of human be- ored awnings, which pro- seum falls, Rome, will fall. During the year the government warned Christian schools that
ings accepted their fate, tected the spectators from In retrospect then, it they or their personnel could be fined or imprisoned for teach-
yielded to the ceremonial the summer sun. can be said that Vespasian ing non-Muslim religious subjects.
atmosphere of the arena, The last gladiator fights brought Rome out of the That same State Department report says of Vietnam:
considered this mortal com- took place in 404 A.D. and The Socialist Republic of Vietnam … is an authoritarian state
bat as a duty, made the grand the last wild beast fight in (Continued on Page 12) ruled by the Communist Party of Vietnam … Police commonly
mistreated suspects during arrest or detention … Individuals
were arbitrarily detained for political activities and denied the
right to fair and expeditious trials. The government continued to
News Commentary ... limit citizens’ privacy rights and tightened controls over the press
Ayanna Pressley Isn’t Going Anywhere and freedom of speech, assembly, movement and association
… Violence and discrimination against women as well as traf-
but Back in for Another Term
ficking in persons continued to be significant problems …
According to the group Human Rights Watch, in its World
by Sal Giarratani Malaysia’s dual-track legal system permits Sharia courts, in
As I read David S. people of Boston ... she which non-Muslims have no standing, to rule on religious and
Berstein’s Boston Phoenix works on issues that make moral offenses involving Muslims and on issues involving mar-
front-page piece on City a difference.” riage, inheritance, divorce and custody battles, and burial rites,
Councilor Ayanna Pressley The reference that her many of which involve interreligious disagreement.
(The Making of Ayanna political affect is somewhat There are nearly 200 nations in the world. The United
Pressley: subtitle Elvis us standoffish like her previous States currently has free trade agreements in effect with
Queen, August 12), I found political bosses U.S. Repre- 17 of them. Of all the places in the world the President
it quite superficial when it sentative Joe Kennedy and could pick to start talks on a new free trade agreement,
came to showing her rise in U.S. Senator John F. Kerry wouldn’t you know he would pick a repressive communist
Boston politics. Two years couldn’t be further from regime and two intolerant Islamic states.
ago during a mayoral race, the truth. The snapshot
Pressley did indeed finish in Bernstein painted of her was
the final fourth place to win not really her. Reading his An omission was made on Page 4 of the August 26,
her Council seat but she al- essay I was reminded of 2011 edition of the Post-Gazette’s article titled
most finished in the third. that great 1950s Nat King “Pino, the Chef/Shaman of Boston,” written by
She narrowly lost that place- Cole hit “Mona Lisa” whose
She’s no backslapper,
Pasquale Carlo. We did not include REPRINTED
ment to someone born and lyrics question whether
raised in Boston and whose she’s never in your face and that famous lady was real “or WITH PERMISSION FROM THE IL MATTINO
father was a former city if she smiles she really just a cold and lonely piece NEWSPAPER DATED DOMENICA 24
councilor. She did pretty means it. Mayor Menino of art.” City Councilor LUGLIO 2011.
darn well for a candidate caught her essence when he Ayanna Pressley is real,
born and raised in Chicago said of her, “Pressley is a which is why she will be get-
in her first attempt at pub- terrific advocate for causes ting re-elected this coming
lic office. that really matter to the November. 6th Annual
WINTHROP ART VIEWING PARTY SONS OF ORSOGNA
The East Boston Elder Service Plan’s
The East Boston Elder Service Plan, part of
the national network of PACE (Program Golf Classic
Center in Winthrop is pleased to host a for All Inclusive Care of the Elderly), one Proceeds Benefit the
very special Art Show and reception on of many programs available in Winthrop
September 15th from 4:00-7:00 PM. through the East Boston Neighborhood Sons of Orsogna Scholarship Fund
The Art Connection has brought 27 Health Center, has joined with the Art
Connection, a not-for-proﬁt agency
MOUNT HOOD GOLF CLUB
original and unique art pieces to the Elder
Service Plan’s Winthrop PACE Center. dedicated to providing original art work 100 Slayton Road, Melrose, MA
The pieces include traditional landscapes, to those who otherwise may not have
access to art in their lives. Friday: September 9th, 2011
seascapes and abstracts. Each piece has
been personally dedicated by the artist or Donations are welcomed to continue to support the Elder Service
Plan’s activities program, the Winthrop PACE Center and events
7AM Registration and 8AM Shotgun
a trust for the artist. and projects like these.
Best-Ball / Scramble Format
The Art Show is free of charge. Please join
us in this special community celebration. Contact Nick Scenna at:
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POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 2, 2011 Page 3
Resolving the Missile Gap
Pamela Donnaruma, Publisher and Editor You are cordially invited to during the Missile Gap
5 Prince Street, P.O. Box 130135, Boston, MA 02113 attend a public release event crisis.
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ering the Soviet Missile Gap. gence Fails: Lessons from the
The event is scheduled Iranian Revolution and the
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POST-GAZETTE - P.O. Box 130135, Boston, MA 02113 Learn how the CIA was of Wizards of Armageddon.
finally able to penetrate the THE MISSILE GAP FROM
James V. Donnaruma Caesar L. Donnaruma Phyllis F. Donnaruma Iron Curtain, overcome A HISTORIAN’S VANTAGE
1896 to 1953 1953 to 1971 1971 to 1990 deception and remain objec- Tim Naftali Author with
tive in the face of domestic Aleksandr Fursenko of
Vol. 115 - No. 35 Friday, September 2, 2011
political pressure in order to “One Hell of a Gamble”:
resolve one of the greatest retary of Defense for Strat- Khrushchev, Castro and
OUR POLICY: To help preserve the ideals and sacred traditions
intelligence challenges of egy and Threat Reduction, Kennedy 1958-1964.
of this our adopted country the United States of America:
the Cold War. national-security columnist INTELLIGENCE UNCER-
To revere its laws and inspire others to respect and obey them:
Fifty years ago this Sep- for Slate magazine, noted TAINTIES FROM THE
To strive unceasingly to quicken the public’s sense of civic duty:
tember, President Kennedy academics from Columbia POLICYMAKERS VANTAGE
In all ways to aid in making this country greater and better
received national security University and Presidential Ted Warner, Secretary of
than we found it.
estimates prepared by the Libraries and career CIA Defense Representative to
GUEST EDITORIAL CIA showing that the per- analysts. New START.
ceived missile gap between AGENDA 4:45 pm CLOSING RE-
An Avalanche of Worry Nots? the USSR and the USA was 1:00 pm – 1:10 pm WEL- MARKS AND INTRO-
a myth. For the years pre- COME AND OPENING DUCTION TO THE FORUM
by Sal Giarratani ceding this conclusion, the REMARKS Tom Putnam, Tom Putnam, Director,
The Boston Globe August 9 headline read: “An Eisenhower and Kennedy Director, John F. Kennedy John F. Kennedy Presiden-
avalanche of worry,” but over at the White House, administrations struggled to Presidential Library. tial Library.
President Obama was sounding like Alfred E. Neumann formulate policy in response 1:10 pm – 1:15 pm THE 4:50 pm – 5:30 pm Recep-
chanting “What me, worry?” On Friday, August 5, to what was believed to be CIA’S HISTORICAL REVIEW tion and Individual Discus-
Standard & Poor downgraded the U.S. credit from an ever growing advantage PROGRAM Joe Lambert, sions with Panel Members.
AAA to AA+. Actually, when you think about the out in Soviet strategic missiles Director, Information Man- 5:30pm – 7:00pm 50 th
of control spending, AA ratings sounds good since for which there was no agement Services, CIA. Anniversary: The Missile
Washington could use a good 12-step program to get defense. Leading the efforts 1:15 pm – 2:45 pm INTEL- Gap Controversy 50 years
back on a strong financial track. Things got worse on to develop and apply new LIGENCE PANELS ago this month, President
Monday, August 8 when U.S. stock markets plunged technology, the CIA success- OVERVIEW OF THE Kennedy received national
more than 630 points, the biggest decline since late fully resolved the “missile MISSILE GAP John Bird, security estimates that
2008. gap.” co-author with Joan Bird of the gap between the USSR
The president held another of his useless addresses SCHEDULED SPEAKERS this study. and the USA was a myth.
to the nation stating, “Markets will rise and fall. But INCLUDE: FACING THE MISSILE GAP Join historians Timothy
this is the United States of America. No matter what Former CIA Director of In- Edward Proctor, Drafter of Naftali, Fred Kaplan and
some agency may say, we’ve always been and always telligence, former head of the National Intelligence John Prados for a discus-
will be a triple A country.” Can he be as useless as he CIA’s Guided Missile Task Estimate and Chief of CIA’s sion of this pivotal moment
looks and as bad as President Jimmy Carter was or is Force, former Assistant Sec- Guided Missile Task Force in history.
this all a game to him? Maybe he likes all this bad
news. Maybe he really wants all this bad news in his
quest to socialize the nation in a way that people
become completely dependent on the government for
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TUTTE LE STRADE PORTANO A ROMA. Waterfront Performing Arts Series
All roads lead to Rome. Celebrating 8 Years at Christopher Columbus Park
performance was performed by Opera
Boston, the Pulitzer Prize winning company
who paid tribute to the neighboring
North End with a “Tour of Italian Opera
Through the Ages.”
The Waterfront Series is designed to
lead into the annual (ähts): The Boston
Arts Festival, a showcase of the best that
Boston has to offer in visual and performing
arts that also serves as the launch of the
Boston Open Studios.
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Page 4 POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 2, 2011
with Ben Doherty
by Sal Giarratani
APPLE CHANGES MANAGEMENT AS STEVE JOBS RETIRES Worry-free Living is Closer
If there were a Hall of Fame 1994, 54% it looked like it now but will in September Than You Think?
for winning stocks, Apple was done, the stock then if employment doesn’t im-
would be inducted. Steve climbed 7.78% before peak- prove. He said the recovery Riding through the messy journey? Wouldn’t a worry-
Jobs would be their most ing at 7.785 % before topping has not improved and is rotary at Sullivan Square in free life be great?
valuable player. Apple’s in March 2000. Innovation weaker than expected. He Charlestown, I passed a van Some folks like going on
share price has climbed 6.2, drives growth and if Apple offered no new stimulus with the above motto on it, cruises and we think only
60% from a low on April 17, can maintain its competi- but left the door open for minus the question mark. I happy thoughts. However,
2003, as it engineered its tive edge under its new CEO future stimulus. The Fed laughed reading it. “Worry- don’t we look to see where
turnaround from the wreck- Tim Cook, it may find new could use a range of tools, free must be that place cre- the lifeboats are too? Most of
age of the tech bubble. The life as Cisco did. but gave some hope of future ated by Fred Rogers for his us won’t drown in water but
gain puts Apple in a league In the past three years the actions. He said that the Neighborhood of Make-Be- we can drown in our own
with the great growth stocks United States has granted September meeting could lieve.” In the real world, I fears and shortcomings. We
of the past three decades, over 620,000 patents, al- be extended two days to think there is no such place can drown if we like our wor-
along with Cisco, Microsoft most as many as in the allow further discussion. or idea. Worry is a part of our ries control our destinations
and Walmart. Under its 1980s. Economist, Everett Bernanke expects a mod- daily routine. Sometimes it in life.
charismatic leader starting Ehrlich found that reform est recovery to continue might just be not hearing Every so often, it is good to
with the iPhone, iPod and could create 100,000 new with the doors open to the alarm clock, waking up go up into the attic inside
with straight PC’s and jobs. Cutting this patent new stimulus. The S&P 500 late, rushing to work and our heads, search through
laptops, its 2003 earnings backlog could yield 675,000 and the NASDAQ rose 1.5%. catching every red light be- the crawl space and learn
were .10¢/share and earned jobs. The United States The 10-year U.S. treasury tween here and there. from our memories instead
FPS of $27.43, according to needs about 100,000 new yield fell two basis points Someone recently gave of living in fear of them.
Thompson Reuters, who un- jobs a month just to keep up to yield 2.21% off its lows. me a quote that everyone It gets depressing to hear
derestimates its potential with labor force growth, more The government reported a should get a chance to read. of folks you know dying on us
each year. Apple rival Exxon patents don’t always mean 1% rate of growth in quarter One easy sentence and and especially when these
Mobile is the world’s biggest more jobs. In the past three two. The manufacturing twelve words long, “You can- lives seem so young and pre-
company, yet posts quarterly years the United States has activity is slow and unem- not change your life until maturely taken from our
earnings like a new issue. granted more than 620,000 ployment is growing with you decide who you are.” midst. Everyone should live
Earnings in the latest quar- more patents, almost as housing weakening and How many of us never to be 100 years old and pain
ter were up 12.2% for the last many as the booming 1980s. inflation picking up the past really know who we are or free, but it rarely works out
year and revenue jumped The first person to invest year. The GOP has lifted what exactly we are capable that way. Most of us meta-
82%. The price earnings something is the rightful bond and commodity prices. of doing if a situation arose phorically never quite make
ratio at 14 from a January owner, even if someone else Opposition is turning on in our lives. Sometimes we it out of here alive.
2009 low, stock fell less than files first. Some dent in un- the printing press again find ourselves crawling into By being alive I mean
1% despite the loss of its all- employment is seen as Con- making policy makers less the debris of our own memo- knowing who you are and
star CEO. Cisco went public gress sends a final bill to eager now. They expressed ries. Looking back to a dif- what your life purpose has
in 1990 and climbed 3.180% President Obama soon, but concerns that ultra loose ferent time and place when been. Some people are lying
before falling in a serious any dent in unemployment monetary policy could cause a major life-changing event in their deathbed wondering
correction 54% in 1994. It is still to be seen. inflation and cause asset took place in our own per- what it was all for. Others
looked like it was alone, but Federal Reserve Chair- bubbles. sonal space. Too often we understand that life is shar-
its innovative spirit still man, Bernanke, in a speech assume that lonely people ing both the good and bad
burned brightly and the said that the recovery has It’s time to call your are lonely all by themselves times with others and loving
stock climbed another been much weaker than ex- financial advisor or call me but the real lonely people are rather than hating.
7.755% before correcting in pected. The Fed will not act at 617-337-5712. those living in a crowd with If we were really living
others. We are all like ships worry-free it would mean we
passing each other through- weren’t learning any les-
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at the Regattabar on September 15, 2011
Papal visit in Wroclaw, Poland. The song,
which was half in Italian, half in Polish, had
been written for the opening mass. With
85,000 people in attendance, Patrizio’s sud-
den popularity with the Polish public led to
his first local record deal. Patrizio’s real am-
bition, however, was to become an interna-
tional recording artist.
In 2004, Patrizio approached a producer
with the concept of recording with an or-
chestra a collection of romantic and fun
songs from the Italian songbook — the very
songs that Patrizio was brought up listen-
ing to and dedicated to his late father. His
international debut albums, “The Italian”
(2005) and “Forever begins tonight” (2007),
were finished at Abbey Road Studios in Lon-
don, accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic
Orchestra. Following international promo-
tions, Patrizio’s albums were certified plati-
num in South Africa, across Asia, New
Zealand and several European countries and
even reached triple platinum status in Aus-
tralia. A live concert DVD, also certified
platinum, was televised on the American
PBS network, breaking records at PBS sta-
tions across the United States.
Patrizio Buanne spent his childhood be- The next phase: a global recording con-
tween his hometown in Naples, Italy and tract with Warner Music in the United
Vienna, Austria. This multi-cultural up-
bringing sparked in Patrizio an early pas-
States and the recording of Patrizio’s third
album. Under the helm of legendary music NEAD/NEMPAC TEAM UP FOR
sion for languages, and by the age of 17 he producers Humberto Gatica and Brian Rawl-
already spoke fluent Italian, German, En-
glish, French and Spanish. After graduation
ings, Patrizio presented an expanded collec-
tion of songs from the Italian songbook, (now
“JAMMIN with Jeremy” Night
from school he went on to study Slavic lan- Patrizio’s trademark repertoire), as well as Teaming up once again with The Boston Foundation and
guages at university, and today he can add Patrizio’s own contemporary but timeless the My Summer In The City Funding Initiative, North End
fluent Polish to his language tool kit. But interpretation of American classics. With Against Drugs and the North End Music and Performing
whilst his aptitude for languages is admi- new compositions written by Patrizio along- Arts Center will provide one last great Free Family Fun
rable, a much greater gift, apparent from an side songwriters such as Dianne Warren, Event called Jamin’ with Jeremy. It will be held on Friday,
early age, was emerging — his gift to be able he then released “PATRIZIO.” September 9th from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Prado (Paul
to sing and entertain people. Patrizio’s par- Its first release in Australia, New Zealand, Revere Mall) on Hanover St. Everyone is invited to attend
ents would record old vinyl records onto cas- Asia and South Africa by Warner Music in and enjoy another fabulous event.
settes to play to 3-year-old Patrizio, who would September 2009 was responded not only NEMPAC instructor Jeremy Sarzana will lead a commu-
sing along enthusiastically whilst playing with platinum awards but with an immedi- nity wide “Jam Session” teaching participants how to play
with his toys. At the age of eight, Patrizio ate tour schedule for Austral-Asia in May, instruments together in a group in the rock fashion. This
received his first guitar which further 2010 and a preparation for his European and will be an amazing opportunity for anyone from the aspir-
encouraged his interest in entertaining. U.S. release in 2011. But what quality sepa- ing rock star with no experience at all to the serious
At the age of 11, Patrizio had the first of rates Patrizio from other great artists? Is it musician to enjoy a Friday night connecting with their
his many appearances in talent contests. the natural grace of his voice? The neighbors by playing music together.
With the conviction at such an early age to “rugged” good looks? Or, the confident, ca- Guitar Instructor Jeremy Sarzana has an amazing tal-
ultimately become a singer and actor, he sual, respectful attention that he gives to ent of being able to get a group of people with all abilities to
ended up winning all the competitions he his audience? Or is it just the basic trust play great music together. All sorts of folks have some
ever participated in. He was in several small he evokes in people? Italy has provided a connection, background and/or ability to play some kind of
musical productions and gigs with his self- simple word to describe all of the above: music. Jeremy’s unassuming, non-intimidating way of
formed rock and roll band and being a solo “Simpatico.” getting many involved will bring out many musicians
performer then followed. At 17, a music in- Check out “PATRIZIO” live! Don’t miss it. amongst us by facilitating this group music event. Both
dustry manager heard Patrizio sing and pro- For tickets, log onto www.regattabarjazz.com well-known and not so well known music will be played and
posed a performance at the occasion of the or call 617-395-7757. performed.
Along with the performance and discussion, there will be
interactive activities to include an instrument petting zoo
and group workshops. Workshop topics will include elements
35th Anniversary of Regina Pizzeria of music theory — song structure, chord structure, rhythm,
reading music, Rock and Roll History and the lives and
at Faneuil Hall Marketplace careers of some of Jeremy’s favorite artists. There will also
be free snacks and drinks provided to participants.
Pizza Slices: 35 Cents for 35 Minutes; Celebrating 35 Years on September 8th!
The number 35 signals an innovative
l y ed
event celebrating the 35th anniversary of
Regina Pizzeria, the oldest shop in Faneuil
Hall Marketplace, Thursday, September 8,
e w vat
enSpecializing in the art of celebration
Boasting 35 years (opened in Faneuil Hall
in 1976), Marketplace locals and tourists
can enjoy pizza slices for only 35 cents,
R Wedding, Anniversary, Quinceañera, Reunion,
available for 35 minutes (from 11:00 a.m.– Birthday, Social and Corporate Events.
11:35 a.m.), inside the Quincy Market
Convenient location and valet parking makes
Sounds of the Dean Martin classic Spinelli’s East Boston the perfect location.
“When the moon hits your eye like a We are dedicated to the highest level of service and
big-a pizza pie, that’s amore” and other professionalism to ensure the success of your special occasion.
signature tunes will blast out from the
Bobby LoCicero at Pizzeria Regina in
Faneuil Hall Marketplace location.
The event also congratulates the inter-
“When the Moon Hits Your Eye Like A Big- nationally-known Regina Pizzeria. Since
A Pizza Pie, That’s Amore!” The Dean Mar- 1926, 85 years ago, the words “Welcome to
tin classic signals an innovative number Regina Pizzeria” have greeted customers
35 event celebrating the 35 th anniversary when the Polcari family took over the popu-
of Regina Pizzeria at Faneuil Hall Market- lar North End eatery, skyrocketing it to be
place (the oldest shop in the Internationally the oldest pizza house in New England.
known landmark). “Great pride and family tradition” pinpoints
Pizza Slices: 35 Cents for 35 Minutes; its underlying credo. “35 fabulous years at
Celebrating 35 Years on Sept 8th! Faneuil Hall Marketplace — Who’s Bettah
The event also congratulates the Regina than us, box closed,” touts Anthony Buccieri,
Pizzeria Family for its 85 years of “Welcom- COO of Boston Restaurant Associates
ing” customers when the Polcari family took (Regina and Polcari’s).
over the shop in Boston’s North End in 1926 Visit: www.faneuilhallmarketplace.com or
280 Bennington Street, East Boston, MA
— boasting it being the oldest pizza house call 617-523-1300 or Regina Pizzeria at
617-742-1713 for more details.
Please Call 617-567-4499 spinellis.com
in New England!
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Saint Rosalia of Palermo TODAY IN HISTORY ...
by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari
ATM Makes U.S. Debut
the woods of Mount Quisquina. Afraid
of being tracked down by her father,
she fled to Monte Pellegrino where
On this day, Sep-
she lived in a cave for her remain-
tember 2, 1969, Amer-
ing years. On a wall in the cave
ica’s first automatic
she wrote these words: “I, Rosalia,
teller machine (ATM)
daughter of Sinibaldo, Lord of Roses
makes its public debut,
and Quisquina, have taken the reso-
dispensing cash to
lution to live in this cave for the love
customers at Chemi-
of my Lord, Jesus Christ.”
cal Bank in Rockville
On May 29, 1624, Vito Amedeo had
Center, New York.
a vision and with his friends began
ATMs went on to revo-
to excavate on Monte Pellegrino.
lutionize the banking
There he found a large stone which
hid the remains of Rosalia; they also
the need to visit a
found her crucifix and rosary. In the
bank to conduct basic
same year, Palermo was infested
with the plague and many died.
By the 1980s, these
Rosalia’s bones were placed in a
money machines had
silver urn, put on top of a float deco-
become widely popular
rated with roses, lilies and candles;
and handled many
where she passed, the plague ended.
Pilgrimages to Monte Pellegrino
performed by bank
began, and a church was built in
tellers, such as check deposits and money transfers. Today,
the cave where her remains were
ATMs are as indispensable to most people as cell phones
Summer time in the North End is synony- Saint Rosalia is the Patron Saint of
American inventor Luther George Simjian is generally
mous with weekend festivals each celebrat- Palermo. She is often represented as a
credited for inventing the first ATM machine in 1939. As
ing the life of a particular saint and several nun holding a cross in her hands. Tradition
he developed his invention, he found banks were not in-
celebrating the Blessed Mother. Tradition- has it that she died on September 4, 1166.
terested in this type of technology. Nevertheless, he regis-
ally, festival season ends with the feast of Pope Urban VIII in1630 added the name
tered over 20 patents on these machines, including both
Saint Rosalia, Patron Saint of Palermo, Rosalia to the Holy See’s official catalogue
the operational technology of the ATM and the name “ATM”
Sicily. of saints.
itself. Finally, Simjian convinced the City Bank of New York
Rosalia, according to tradition, was born On Sunday, September 11, a Mass in
to install one of his ATMs for a six month trial. Customers
in Palermo in the 12 th Century to noble honor of Saint Rosalia will be celebrated at
were hesitant to trust their money with this new technol-
parents. She was the daughter of Sinibald, 10:30 am in Saint Leonard Church in the
ogy, so few used his invention. At the end of the six month
Lord of Quisquina, and of Rosa, descended North End. All are invited to join with the
trial, Simjian removed the ATM and moved on to other
from the family of Charlemagne. Rosalia Saint Rosalia Society in honoring this great
refused to marry a nobleman who asked saint. A procession will follow at 1:00 pm
In 1967, a British inventor named John Shepherd
for her hand in marriage because she was with members of the Society carrying the
Barron invented a cash dispensing machine. He sold his
committed to Christ. To avoid the marriage, statue of their patron saint through the
idea to De La Rue Industries, which named the machine
she left the royal palace and headed for streets of the North End.
DACS, or De La Rue Automatic Cash System. The first test
unit was installed at Barclays Bank in London. To use the
Psychological Study on Italian American Father/Daughter machine, customers had to buy paper vouchers from
bank tellers. They could return to the bank after hours
Relationship and Daughter’s Experience of Father’s Death and feed the vouchers into the DACS machine to receive
cash. The next year, the paper voucher was changed
to a plastic card that was kept by the machine after each
We are looking for women of Italian descent, over 21, with fathers of Italian use.
descent, whose fathers have died, and who would be willing to be interviewed Don Wetzel, an executive at Docutel, a Dallas company
about their experience of their relationship with and the loss of their father. that developed automated baggage-handling equipment, is
generally credited as coming up with the idea for the mod-
Please contact Lorraine Mangione at email@example.com or
ern ATM. Wetzel reportedly conceived the concept while
(413) 584-4727 if you are interested in participating. waiting in line at a bank. The ATM that debuted in New
York in 1969 was only able to give out cash, but in 1971, an
ATM that could handle multiple functions, including pro-
viding customers’ account balances, was introduced.
Nowadays, ATMs can be found everywhere. Today
there are well over 1 million ATMs around the
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Mrs. Murphy . . . As I See It
2011 NORTH END We lucked out LaMattina, and all those who ing without licenses and
with the storm donated their money and insurance, etc., and the gov-
FEAST DIRECTORY Sunday. Boston time ... The Saint Anthony’s ernment is accepting this!
escaped Hurri- Feast held in the North End Mayor Menino, who built one
cane Irene’s last Friday evening was of the biggest political em-
RISTORANTE & BAR
wrath when it weakened to
a tropical storm. Some flood-
ing was reported, and there
packed. Due to the hurri-
cane, the feast was can-
celled Saturday and Sunday.
pires Boston has ever
known, is against deporting
any illegal for “as he calls it”
were people left without The St. Anthony prosession small crimes that include
electricity, but it was by far through the streets of the stealing cars, etc., “not im-
a less dangerous storm North End will be held on portant enough TO SEND
then predicted for Boston. ... Sunday, September 4 th for THEM PACKING”! Another
Due to the high winds dur- those who want to attend. political maneuver to get
ing the storm, plows were There is nothing anywhere himself re-elected ... Shame
out along Revere Beach Blvd. like the feasts held in the on supporters of Massachu-
removing mounds of sand off North End. The nostalgia, setts Governor Deval Patrick!
the boulevard. Restaurants and excitement generated I’m referring to special inter-
that had electricity were from these Feasts cannot be est groups and those who
SEPTEMBER jammed ... Some good news! duplicated! Hundreds of benefited by his re-election,
Real Estate is on an up- thousands of St. Anthony fol- because the rest of us
ST. ROSALIE September 11 swing. Real Estate sales are lowers lined the streets haven’t benefited a thing!.
Procession Only - North Square 1 pm up by seven percent. Inves- waiting to pin money and Once in office you can’t get
tors want more than a half jewelry on their patron Saint! these diehards out!!! ... Heard
percent return on their ... The Obama’s are living East Boston Savings Bank is
MORE ITALIAN FESTIVALS money markets and bank the good life! It was reported building at another location.
accounts and are starting to that Michelle Obama spent The Bank is growing in leaps
Lawrence, MA invest in real estate that is ten million on herself since and bounds. Why is it, this
FEAST OF THE THREE SAINTS September 2,3,4 at an all time low !.. People her husband’s administra- bank is surviving while other
Saints Alﬁo, Filadelfo and Cirino are still talking about Eastie tion ... One in seven Ameri- banks are failing or need
Pride Day held August 20th. cans are receiving federal government bailed outs????
Common & Union Sts. This day is always a memo- assistance. Not to mention ... It’s back to school time. We
Sunday Procession 3 pm rable one for the people of illegals all over the country urge motorists to drive care-
East Boston. Hats off to Bos- that are getting free health fully through the streets of
ton City Councilor Sal care, not paying taxes, driv- East Boston ... Till next time!
SS COSMAS AND DAMIAN September 10 - 11
Warren and Cambridge Sts.
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NOAA and France Partner to Protect
CUCCHIELLO’S BAKERY North Atlantic Humpback Whales
NOAA and France’s Pro- back whales, and the
tected Areas Agency have opportunity for international
signed a “sister sanctuary” cooperation in marine con-
agreement to support the pro- servation is invaluable,” said
tection of endangered hump- Daniel J. Basta, director,
back whales that migrate an- NOAA’s Office of National
nually more than 3,000 miles Marine Sanctuaries. “This
between NOAA’s Stellwagen agreement has the potential
Bank National Marine Sanc- to improve our scientific
tuary off the Massachusetts knowledge, enhance our
coast and Agoa Marine Mam- This new agreement builds management ability and
mal Sanctuary in the on an effort begun in 2006 increase awareness of the
Caribbean’s French Antilles. when the world’s first sister sister sanctuary program to
The agreement will help sanctuary initiative focused other nations interested in
improve humpback whale re- on trans-boundary humpback such a partnership — all of
covery in the North Atlantic whales and their critical which are benefits that
by enhancing management habitats was launched be- extend far beyond the bound-
coordination efforts between tween the Stellwagen Bank aries of the sanctuaries
the two sanctuaries. This ef- Sanctuary and the Domini- involved.”
fort will help improve knowl- can Republic. Another agree- “We share whales with
edge about humpbacks in the ment signed in July between other nations, just as we
Atlantic and the threats they Stellwagen Bank and the share the responsibility for
face from natural and man- government of Bermuda also protecting these spectacular
made changes to their envi- strives to help protect the animals,” said Dr. Craig
Cucchiello Bakery is a Day Square landmark, an old- ronment. Both sanctuaries species along its migration MacDonald, Stellwagen Bank
school Italian bakery like the ones you remember as a provide critical support for the route from the Gulf of Maine superintendent. “Our broad-
kid. The Day Square site has been operating for nearly a same population of whales, to the Caribbean Sea through est mandate is to engender a
dozen years, run for many years by Sonny Cucchiello which spend spring and sum- cooperation on scientific and new discussion in our soci-
until he passed away about five years ago. Today, mer in the feeding grounds educational programs. ety about the importance of
Cucchiello’s is run by Sonny’s brother Michael and his of Stellwagen Bank before “The expansion of our protecting trans-boundary
son, Mike Jr. Shown in photo are owner Michael heading south to the warmer sister sanctuary work to in- species, the special places
Cucchiello and Lisa Nickerson. waters of the Caribbean Sea clude the French Antilles where they live, and our
(Photo by Sal Giarratani) in late fall to mate and give will play a powerful role in responsibility as global
birth to their young. The protecting endangered hump- stewards.”
French Antilles islands are at
All the glory that was Rome ..... Pompei the Caribbean’s eastern edge.
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On September 1, 2011, the West West End Mass
End Museum premiered a new art Sunday, September 18, 2011 —
show featuring works of Boston art- 10:00 a.m., at St. Josephs Church,
ist Evelyn Berde. “Leaving the River” 68 Cardinal O’Connell Way, Bos-
is a multi-media art installation ton, MA 02114, stjosephboston.com,
which explores the impact the gov- 617-523-4342.
ernment-ordered condemnation and “Leaving the River”:
destruction of Boston’s thriving West West Ender Reception
End neighborhood in the late 1950’s Sunday, September 18, 2011 —
and early 1960’s had on its resi- Art Exhibit is Memoir of Life, Death and Healing 12:00 p.m., at the West End Mu-
dents, including Berde’s family, and, seum. FREE.
ultimately, on the artist’s life and
IN THE OLD WEST END OF BOSTON “Leaving the River” family recep-
tion; art installation by former West
Berde’s work focus on three ones through photographs and works ture, collage, period furniture and Ender Evelyn Berde. View the
overlapping events from her child- of art documenting the stark clothing, sounds and other media exhibit and meet the artist; refresh-
hood: her family’s forced eviction contrast between the vibrancy of to recreate the life and death of ments will be served.
from the neighborhood as part of the West End of the 1950s and the the neighborhood and to document Artist Talk: “Art as Healer ...
Boston’s urban renewal; the tragic desolation and rubble that re- how Berde came to terms with its Tuesday, September 20, 2011 at
drowning of her brother in the mained after it was bulldozed to the destruction at the same time she 12:00 p.m., at the West End Mu-
Charles River and her medical ground. confronted the death of her 9-year- seum. FREE.
battle with congenital scoliosis. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS old brother. Magical Thinking and Play: Evelyn
Berde’s art reflects how, as a young “Leaving the River” Duane Lucia, Executive Director Berde and Dr. Susan Linn talk about
girl, she witnessed the tragedies of Opening Reception of the West End Museum, will serve how the creative process helps
death and disability that befell her Thursday, September 8, 2011 — as curator for this exhibit which people survive. How do children sur-
family and herself. 6:30 p.m., at the West End Museum. runs through October 8, 2011. vive in the midst of trauma and
The exhibit uses painting, sculp- FREE. View the exhibit and meet the Movie: depression in a family? This talk will
ture, collage, period furniture and artist; refreshments will be served. “Understanding Urban Renewal ...” focus on the use of art and play as
clothing, sounds and other media to “Leaving the River” is a multi-me- Tuesday, September 13, 2011 at coping methods for children.
recreate the life and death of the dia art installation which explores 7:00 p.m., at the West End Museum. Artist Talk: “Telling Our Stories ...
neighborhood and to document how the impact the government-ordered FREE. Thursday, September 22, 2011 at
Berde came to terms with its condemnation and destruction of One of Jane Jacobs’ only Boston 6:30 p.m., at the West End Museum.
destruction at the same time she Boston’s thriving West End neigh- appearances on film will be shown FREE.
confronted the death of her 9-year- borhood in the late 1950’s and early along with Ric Burn’s episode 7 of Artist Evelyn Berde and Writer
old brother. 1960’s had on its residents, includ- his documentary “New York,” which Susan Monsky discuss the value of
As her family sought comfort in the ing Berde’s family and, ultimately, outlines the federal Urban Renewal art as memoir, the connection of
Church, Berde used art as a thera- on the artist’s life and artistic program: Title 1, Title 2 and the words and images in creating a
peutic tool and a path to healing. development. Federal Highway Act. memoir and the different ways of
Among the works included in “Leav- Berde’s works focus on three over- Artist Talk: “Leaving the River” telling our stories. How do we begin?
ing the River” are unconventional lapping events from her childhood: Thursday, September 15, 2011 — What direction should I go in? What
renderings of familiar religious her family’s forced eviction from the 6:30 p.m., at the West End Museum. tools will help me? Why do we tell
images. neighborhood as part of Boston’s FREE. our stories?
The installation captures the urban renewal; the tragic drowning Artist, Evelyn Berde, speaks about Children’s Day: “Creating Stories”
reminiscences of surviving West of her brother in the Charles River; the process of creating her installa- Saturday, September 24, 2011 —
End residents who describe the pain and her medical battle with con- tion: how the pieces evolved, the role 11 a.m., at the West End Museum.
of watching the wrecking ball destroy genital scoliosis. Berde’s art reflects art plays in helping to heal the FREE.
the neighborhood — and the sense how, as a young girl, she witnessed memories of post-traumatic stress A Workshop for children to create
of home and family they lost. “Leav- the tragedies of death and disability disease and how telling her story their stories, with artist Evelyn
ing the River” interposes these sad that befell her family and herself. has invited others to share their
reminiscences with other, happier The exhibit uses painting, sculp- memories through art. (Continued on Page 14)
POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 2, 2011 Page 9
The Socially Set
by Hilda M. Morrill
Anne Fitzpatrick Cucchiaro, left,
and Carolina Schultz smile for the
camera at “Party for the Park.”
(Photo by Roger Farrington) Phyllis and Jerry Rappaport at
“Party for the Park.”
The deCordova Sculpture (Photo by Roger Farrington)
Park and Museum in Lincoln Left to right: Frank Amelia, Karen DeTemple, Betty and Ali Riaz enjoy
welcomed 400 guests from “Party for the Park.” (Photo by Roger Farrington) time works from the Society
the Greater Boston area to of Antiquaries’ collection
its annual “Party for the Perry Welty and Howard recording, preservation, in- the College, including a have been shown in North
Park” benefit. Yezerski. terpretation and communi- November 15 lecture by Mar- America — is a collaboration
Guests enjoyed cocktails Marie Keep of Skinner cation of Britain’s history. garet Marshall, former chief among the Society, Boston
and dinner provided by Max Auction House lent her ex- The internationally impor- justice of the Massachusetts College McMullen Museum
Ultimate Foods and bid on si- pertise as auctioneer. Phyl- tant artifacts on display, Supreme Court, on the Ma- and Yale Center for British
lent and live auction items lis and Jerome Rappaport which include a manuscript gna Carta and the Massachu- Art and includes 41 of the
including works by Andy were top bidders of the of the Magna Carta from setts State Constitution, at Center’s celebrated works.
Goldsworthy, Ursula von evening, winning a commis- 1225, as well as royal portrai- 4:30 pm in Gasson Hall 100. Following its debut at Bos-
Rydingsvard, Rachel Perry sioned sculpture by the 2008 ture, provide a timeline for “Making History” is based ton College, “Making His-
Welty, Leonardo Drew and Rappaport Prize winner British history. on an exhibition shown in tory” will travel to Yale
Roy Lichtenstein. Ursula von Rydingsvard. In addition to the public 2007 at the Royal Academy where it will be displayed
Funds raised from “Party For information about the opening reception, several of Arts, London. This exhibi-
for the Park” went towards Sculpture Park and Museum programs will be offered at tion — which marks the first (Continued on Page 13)
deCordova Sculpture Park and upcoming events, visit
and Museum’s acquisition of www.decordova.org.
Andy Goldsworthy’s proposed ……. The McMullen Mu-
installation called “Snow seum of Art at Boston Col-
House.” The acquisition of lege presents the North
“Snow House” qualified American debut of “Making
deCordova as the only insti- History: Antiquaries in Brit-
tution in New England to ain,” an exhibit showcas-
have a major site-specific ing treasures from the
outdoor installation by Andy Society of Antiquaries of
Goldsworthy and advance London, a 300-year-old soci-
deCordova’s goal of becoming ety for people interested in
one of the nation’s premier the study of the past.
sculpture parks by 2020. This coming Sunday, Sep-
The event was co-chaired tember 4, the public is
by Barbara Slater and Jeanne invited to join the BC
Stanton and art committee community at an opening
chair, Katie Block. Among celebration from 7:00 pm -
those in attendance were: 9:30 pm with a special
Manuel de Santaren, Fotene evening viewing at the Mu-
DeMoulas, Abigail Ross Good- seum, located at Devlin Hall.
man, Geoff Hargadon, The event is free of charge.
Sinesia Karol, Arlette and On display through Decem-
Gus Kayafas, Liz Krupp, Bar- ber 11 and featuring 98 of the
bara Lee, Joyce Linde, Rania Society’s most significant
Matar, Dan Mathieu, board works, the exhibition traces
chair Faith Parker, Rachel milestones in the discovery,
Jan Nyquist, Faith
Parker, Stacey Schmidt
and deCordova Director
Dennis Kois, left to right,
o Appraisals at “Party for the Park.”
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Ron Paul, Presidential Candidate
by Attorney David J. Saliba
Representative Ron Paul is not considered 15. Avoid ratifying Law of the Sea Treaty.
to be a viable candidate for President. 16. Right to spread our values, but wrong
He has been called nuts, crazy, racist, anti to spread by force.
semitic and other non complimentary titles. 17. Interventionalism perpetuated by poli-
Let’s examine who Ron Paul is. Ron Paul ticians’ false patriotism. ELVIS: cluding a moonshine run
is a ten term Congressman from Texas. He 18. No foreign aid; no treaties that commit THE GREAT along a Prohibition route in
is a doctor who has delivered more than United States to future wars. PERFORMANCES the Deep South, teach a blind
4,000 babies. He served in the Air Force as 19. Our foreign policy is designed to 2-DVD man to drift a Nissan 370Z
a flight surgeon for five years. As a doctor, protect our oil interests. Hip-O-SOFA Ent. and racing a HALO jumper
he refused payments from Medicaid or Medi- 20. Non-intervention is traditional Ameri- Music lost Elvis Presley, in a Hennessey Veloci-
care. If the patients couldn’t pay the bill, he can and Republican policy. “The King of Rock ‘n Roll” — Raptor across the Arizona
reduced the fee or forgave the bill. 21. Avoid double standard — follow inter- over 34 years ago, but his desert. The Stig also appears
He has been married to the same woman national law. legendary status remains in- to set definitive “Power Laps”
for 50 years. 22. No nation-building; no world police- tact, as “The Great Perfor- and the team tests some of
Now does his background suggest that he man; no pre-emptive war. mances” debuted at the #1 the world’s fastest cars and
is nuts? 23. U.N. membership leads to impractical spot on Billboard’s Top Music much more. (7 hrs. 20 mins.)
There are vested groups that would like military conflicts. Video Sales chart. Fans get EASTBOUND & DOWN:
to destroy his chance to become President. 24. Neutrality on Israel-Palestine; start by to revisit the life and music FIRST & SECOND SEASON
He is blunt and convinced about the poli- defunding both. of one of the most important (Blu-ray/DVD)
cies that the United States should follow. 25. Policy of non-intervention, neutrality pop-culture figures in enter- HBO Home Ent.
A list of his suggests foreign policies are as and independence. tainment history. This col- In Season One, former
follows: 26. $140 billion to protect Europe creates lection follows Elvis’ career Major League pitcher Kenny
1. We spend $1 trillion a year overseas; competitive disadvantage. from his first televised ap- Powers (Danny McBride)
it’s needed at home. 27. Foreign aid helps dictators, not the pearance that shocked used to have it all: fame,
2. Exceptionalism should not mean using people of aided country. America and had everyone endorsements and a lucra-
force around the world. 28. Voted NO on supporting democratic talking about his hip-shak- tive contract. After hard liv-
3. We invested $70 billion in Mubarak; stop institutions in Pakistan. ing performance, to a sold- ing took its toll on his
spending on supports. 29. Voted NO on cooperating with India as out concert a few weeks fastball, Kenny finds himself
4. We tax people to blow up bridges over- a nuclear power. before his death on August crashing with his brother’s
seas then rebuild them. 30. Voted NO on deterring foreign arms 16, 1977. With over two hours family and teaching a gym
5. Cut off all foreign aid to Israel and to transfers to China. of re-mastered footage, new class. Wreaking havoc with
Arabs. 21. Voted NO on reforming the U.N. by packaging, and never-before- his boorish behavior and now
6. Get out of South Korea and let the two restricting U.S. funding seen interviews, Jerry out of baseball, can Kenny
Koreas unify. 32. Allow travel between the United States Schilling, Elvis’ life-long successfully return to the
7. Bush’s humble foreign policy has and Cuba. friend, was instrumental in big leagues? In Season Two,
hijacked into nation-building. The money we have spent and are spend- producing and overseeing he heads south of the border
8. The United States must obey human ing on the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and the set. He has helped make to lick his wounds and live
rights treaties abroad. Libya is astronomical. The aid we give to “Elvis: The Great Perfor- the outlaw lifestyle. Kenny
9. Focus on the Iraq war and foreign policy. Pakistan even though they don’t like us mances” the most intimate takes up residence in a
10. Stop interfering with Latin America; is ridiculous. We’ve got kids here in the and complete Elvis DVD set small Mexican town with his
talk and trade instead. United States going to bed hungry. We’ve ever released. Elvis has lackey Stevie Janowski
11. Empires usually end by spending too got American families without jobs. Why never “left the building” if (Steve Little) and a new love
much to maintain the empire. spend money on wars? Giving money to you own this DVD. interest, Vida (Ana de la
12. Stronger national defense by chang- foreign countries doesn’t make sense, INSIDIOUS Reguera), as he tries to fash-
ing our foreign policy. while American homes are being foreclosed. (Blu-ray/DVD) ion a comeback scenario
13. No constitutional or moral authority Spend the money here. Sony Pictures Home Ent. with the Charros, a local
for U.S. action in Darfur. These policies are logical and wise. From the makers of “Para- baseball team. Whether
14. Not United State’s role to monitor How is it that Ron Paul is not considered normal Activity” and direc- Kenny’s ambitions will be-
eradication of legal slavery in Sudan. to be a viable candidate for President? tor James Wan and writer come a reality remains to be
Leigh Whannell, “Insidious” seen! But, what a ride!
is the terrifying story of a EXPORTING RAYMOND
• News Briefs (Continued from Page 1)
family who, shortly after mov- (DVD)
reads: “Scott Brown: Listen doubts about Brown, I think If they were really smart, ing, discovers that dark spir- Sony Pictures Home Ent.
to the people. We can’t afford Perry is the best Republican they’d find a Democrat its have possessed their Phil Rosenthal created the
the Bush tax handouts to cor- presidential candidate in Brown to run for the seat. home and that their son has highly successful “Everybody
porations and the super rich the race. President Obama Hugh Carey and inexplicably fallen into a Loves Raymond,” and then …
anymore. Don’t sellout our has been promising jobs cre- Mark Hatfield, RIP coma. Trying to escape the the Russians called. The re-
seniors and kids.” ation since day one and he Former NY Governor Hugh haunting and save their son, sult is the hilarious “Export-
The coalition behind the has yet to turn any of those Carey recently passed away they move again only to ing Raymond,” a genuine
billboard includes SEIU 1199, promises into actual jobs. and many remember the realize that it was not their fish-out-of-water comedy
Mass. Teachers Association, He keeps finding excuses former two-term governor house that was haunted. that could only exist in
Mass Senior Action and, of why jobs are still scarce. The from 1975 to 1982. He also A thrill-a-minute, terrifying real life, as Phil travels to
course, the much unbiased bottom line is Obama has no served several terms as a horror film! (1 hr. 42 mins.) Russia to help adapt his
(NOT) MoveOn.Org Greater plan except to demonize the U.S. Congressman from HOUSE OF THE beloved sitcom for Russian
Boston. Also, several activ- opposition or seek “fat cat Brooklyn. He was well-liked RISING SUN TV. The Russians don’t
ists from “Mass Uniting” tax hikes.” Bad names, by political friends and foes (DVD) share his tastes. They don’t
demonstrated outside Sena- excuses and empty prom- alike. Carey was a liberal Lionsgate share his sense of humor.
tor Brown’s stops, blasting ises are all Democrats can Democrat who stood up Ray, a former cop recently But what Phil did discover
him on his jobs creation count with. against the tax and spend released from prison, is was a real comedy, filled
record. Higher taxes only mean attitude prevalent at that hired by Mafia bosses, Carlos with unique characters and
Meanwhile, Democrats ap- big government. time. Former Republican and Vinnie, to be in charge situations that really need
parently fearful of the new- Maybe the Obama Admin- Governor George Pataki in a of security at the hot strip to be seen to be believed.
est Republican in the presi- istration can create another statement said, “As our na- club “House of the Rising (1 hr. 25 mins.)
dential race have wasted layer of bureaucracy. How tion faces fiscal crisis, we Sun.” When the strip club, THE MUSIC NEVER
little time going after Gover- about the U.S. Department are reminded of the proud also host to an illegal gam- STOPPED
nor Rick Perry of Texas. U.S. of Jobs? Better still, the U.S. example set by Governor bling hall, is robbed by a (DVD)
Representative Lloyd Dogget, Department of Throw it on Carey that with sober, en- vicious gang, Ray’s criminal Lionsgate
D-Texas is reportedly plan- the Wall and See what lightened leadership, gov- past is exposed. Ray hunts Based on an inspiring true
ning tom dog Perry on the Sticks. ernment can help solve for the person responsible for story, “The Music Never
campaign trail. This Texas Warren Versus Warren even the most difficult prob- this crime and must get to Stopped” is a moving film.
liberal says he will travel The liberals in the Demo- lems. His lasting legacy, sav- the bottom if it as the mob Henry (J.K. Simmons) learns
the country raising aware- cratic Party here in the Bay ing the City of New York and the cops start to close in that his son, Gabriel (Lou
ness on Perry’s record and State seem caught between from bankruptcy, is an im- on him as their target sus- Taylor Pucci), estranged for
said many of the jobs cred- a rock and a hard place. portant lesson for our pect. (1 hr. 28 mins.) two decades, has been found
ited to the governor are They have their liberal elected officials in Washing- TOP GEAR: wandering the streets in a
minimum-wage positions or darling Elizabeth Warren, ton today and for all Ameri- THE FIRST SEASON daze. Gabriel has suffered a
have come from his efforts champion of the middle- cans.” (3-DVD) traumatic injury that leaves
to lure business to Texas class, and they have Mayor Governor Andrew Cuomo BBC Worldwide him thinking he’s still in
from other states. Dogget Setti Warren from Newton. called Carey “a true Ameri- Top Gear was introduced to 1968, in the midst of Viet-
seemingly laughs that the What’s a liberal to do? On the can success story ... Declar- U.S. audiences on HISTORY nam, acid tests and psyche-
governor is going to be able one hand, you’ve got a ing that the days of wine and channel, full of ambitious delic music. He is able to
to create jobs simply by mov- woman and on the other roses were over, Governor stunts, exciting challenges, express himself through the
ing them around the coun- hand, you’ve got an African Carey looked to statesman- entertaining car reviews, artists that defined a gen-
try. The New Hampshire American. Personally, I don’t ship and compromise, rather humor and mischief. Hosted eration: The Beatles, Bob
Democratic Party may buy see any top tier challengers than partisanship or paro- by comedian Adam Ferrara, Dylan, Crosby, Stills & Nash
this, but not regular voters yet to U.S. Senator Scott chialism, to get the state’s champion rally and drift and The Grateful Dead, all
struggling just to stay ahead Brown. I think Democrats fiscal house in order.” racer, Tanner Foust and rac- who perform on the film’s
of the bills. should keep looking for the Governor Carey often said, ing analyst Rutledge Wood. music soundtrack! Great
I call myself a “Reagan right Warren to take on In this series, the trio take music and inspiring film!
Democrat” and while I have Brown. (Continued on Page 14) on extreme challenges, in- (1 hr. 45 mins.)
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will have arena audiences on their son, defending champion Charley Connelly and glam-rocker David
feet all night. The show will feature Hoffman and more are among the top Bowie, Labyrinth takes us on an
the artist’s most recent hits from his 100 PGA Tour players anticipated to amazing and at times musical jour-
chart-topping album Euphoria, such compete. The Tiger Woods Founda- ney to the City of Goblins and
NOW as “I Like It” and “Tonight” along with
fan favorites from his many platinum-
tion is the primary beneficiary of the
Deutsche Bank Championship, now
the castle of their king. Rated PG.
Reservations by September 29. Alice
PLAYING selling albums. “It’s going to be a great
show and we hope to see all of you
in its eighth year. September 2-3 –
Championship Rounds 1 & 2, 6:30
in Wonderland — In Victorian
England, a bored young girl dreams
out there. This tour will be unforget- am-7:00 pm. September 4-5 – Cham- that she has entered Wonderland, a
table!” said Iglesias. pionship Rounds 3 & 4, 7:30 am- world populated by fantastic charac-
UPTOWN & DOWNTOWN INDIAN RANCH
7:00 pm. Tickets available at
www.DBChampionship.com or by call-
ters. This black-and-white version
features an amazing cast including
200 Gore Road, Webster, MA ing 1-877-TIX-4DBC. Gary Cooper, Cary Grant and Richard
The Summer Concert Series offers Arlen. 1933, 60 minutes. Not rated.
our music audience an opportunity PEABODY ESSEX MUSEUM For dates and time, please log on to
to see their favorite artist in an inti- East India Square, pem.org.
mate setting. Every seat nestled be- 161 Essex Street, Salem, MA
tween the scent of pine trees has a SURREAL & ABSURB - Saturday, TD GARDEN
premier view of the stunning October 1 and Sunday, October 2. Causeway Street, Boston
amphitheatre stage with the back- Step into the surreal and experiment RINGLING BROS. AND BARNUM
drop of the portrait cove of scenic with surrealist techniques, experi- & BAILEY CIRCUS - October 12–16,
Webster Lake. ence dreamlike films and make friends 2011. For almost 130 years, The
ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL - Satur- with odd characters from Big Nazo. Ac- Ringling Brothers and Barnum &
day, September 10, 2011, at 2:00 pm. tivities include: Wacky Hats — Amaz- Bailey Circus has been amazing and
THE CHARLIE DANIELS BAND - ing and surprising things happen at delighting audiences around the
Sunday, September 11, 2011, at the intersection of Surrealism and world. Now you can experience all
2:00 pm. fashion. Look at images of fantastic the excitement of this three ring
THE FABULOUS THUNDER- creations and then make a wild, extravaganza live in person. See the
BIRDS - Saturday, September 17, wacky or creepy hat to wear around astounding acrobats, vibrant visuals
2011. the museum. Surreal Collage — and prodigious performers for your-
LONESTAR - Sunday, Septem- Free your mind from logical thought self. For tickets visit the TD Garden
ber 18, 2011. and create amazing artwork inspired Box Office, log on to TDGarden.com,
MARTY STUART - Saturday, Sep- by two unrelated objects. Random- call Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000 or
tember 24, 2011. ized Poetry — Arrange random words Ticketmaster Express at 866-448-
Call 508-943-3871 or log on to the and phrases into a poem of your own 7849 or ticketmaster.com.
website at indianranch.com. or add to an existing group poem.
Adjust the words to create a flowing PROWSE FARM
ORPHEUM THEATRE poem, even if it is unintelligible. Big 5 Blue Hill River Rd., Canton, MA
1 Hamilton Place, Boston, MA Nazo! — Meet Big Nazo, the interna- LIFE IS GOOD FESTIVAL is a one-
WEIRD AL YANKOVIC - October tional and intergalactic creature of-a-kind fundraiser event taking
15, 2011. Hugely popular singer- troupe from Providence, R.I., that place on September 24 – 25. The
songwriter/comedian whose humor- united to create bizarre and hilarious festival is a celebration of music and
ous songs have seen him pick up larger-than-life characters and spec- optimism, featuring three stages of
three Grammy Awards and sell more tacles. Surreal Landscapes — Cre- nationally-known musical talent,
The Peabody Essex Museum will be presenting Alice in than ten million albums — more than ate your own landscape then have it hands-on games, interactive arts ac-
Wonderland — This 1933 black-and-white version any other comedian in history. projected on the wall and step into tivities and the “Good Kids” zone —
features an amazing cast including Gary Cooper, Cary IL VOLO - October 18, 2011. For your creation! There’s a Nightmare home to the top acts in kids enter-
Grant and Richard Arlen. For further information, see the millions of U.S. fans who fell in in My Closet — In Mercer Mayer’s book tainment. 100% of Life is Good’s prof-
love with the astonishing talent of Il there is a big, scary nightmare living its from the Festival will go towards
the SPECIAL EVENTS section.
Volo, following their show-stopping in a boy’s bedroom closet. Find out The Life is Good Playmakers, helping
Polynesian girl named Liat. Cable and appearance on American Idol, the boys what happens when the boy decides kids overcome life-threatening chal-
are coming to the United States for to confront the unwanted guest. Laby- lenges such as violence, illness and
THEATER de Becque go off together on a spy
mission and the two women wait in their highly anticipated North Ameri-
can tour. Il Volo has captured the
rinth — With a cast of Jim Henson’s
imaginative puppets, Jennifer
extreme poverty. For further details
log onto www.lifeisgood.com.
hope of their return.
NIGHT OF STARS - Saturday, Oc- hearts of Americans of all ages follow-
NORTH SHORE MUSIC THEATRE
tober 29, 2011 at 7:00 pm. - Night of ing their U.S. American Idol debut and
62 Dunham Road, Beverly, MA
2011 SEASON - The King & I Stars, a spectacular showcase of appearances on The Tonight Show
with Jay Leno, Good Morning America
ITALIAN EVENTS & PROGRAMS
September 27– October 9, Legally Boston Ballet’s exciting repertoire,
features the talents of the entire and Ellen. Their single “O Solo Mio”
Blonde November 1–13, A Christ- ITALIAN RADIO PROGRAMS PBS network, breaking records at PBS
company, including principal dancers has been seen by over one million
mas Carol December 2–23. For fur- “The Sicilian Corner” 11:00 am stations across the U.S. on Patrizio’s
and rising stars. This unique evening fans on YouTube and their self-titled
ther information, please log on to to 1:00 pm every Friday with host Tom third album. Patrizio presented an
provides audiences with a taste of the debut, which is a mix of re-imagined
www.nsmt.org, contact the Box Zappala and Mike Lomazzo and “The expanded collection of songs from the
upcoming season. classics and original material produced
Office at 978-232-7200 or visit in Italian Show” w/Nunzio DiMarca Italian songbook (now Patrizio’s trade-
Escape to Verona with John by the multi Grammy Award-winning
person at 62 Dunham Road, Beverly, every Sunday from 10:00 am to mark repertoire), as well as Patrizio’s
Cranko’s ROMEO AND JULIET - Humberto Gatica and the world re-
MA 01915. Gift certificates are also 1:00 pm. Go to www.1110wccmam.com. own contemporary but timeless
November 3 – 13, 2011 - Masterfully nowned Italian singer/producer Tony
on sale through the box office. “Italia Oggi” Sundays 1:00 pm to interpretation of American classics.
told through Cranko’s choreography Renis, is heading toward platinum
2:00 pm with host Andrea Urdi With some stunning new composi-
and Prokofiev’s score, Romeo and Juliet status in the U.S. For tickets visit
LOEB DRAMA CENTER 1460 AM www.1460WXBR.com. tions written by Patrizio alongside
is a triumphant must-see. Ticketmaster.com or LiveNation.com.
64 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA “Dolce Vita Radio” DJ Rocco songwriters such as Dianne Warren,
THE GERSHWINS’ PORGY AND Don’t miss the final season of the Mesiti 11:00 am-1:00 pm Sundays he then released “PATRIZIO.” Visit
current Boston Ballet’s THE NUT- FENWAY PARK
BESS – Now through October 2, 90.7 FM or online www.djrocco.com. www.regattabarjazz.com or call 617-
CRACKER - November 25 through 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA
2011. In 1935, Porgy and Bess pre- “The Nick Franciosa Show” Sun- 395-7757 for tickets.
December 31, 2011. Experience the THE DROPKICK MURPHYS –
miered at the Colonial Theater in days from 12 Noon to 3:00 pm on WLYN DANTE ALIGHIERI SOCIETY
magic of this beloved production September 8–9, 2011. The Dropkick
Boston. Now, 76 years later, the 1360 AM and WAZN 1470 AM. 41 Hampshire St., Cambridge, MA
one last time. The perfect holiday gift! Murphys will be taking the stage for
A.R.T. brings back Porgy and Bess “Guido Oliva Italian Hour” AUTHOR ANGELA GERST - Fri-
For tickets, please go to the Colonial two live shows at “America’s Most
in a new production featuring inter- 8:00 am–9:00 am Sundays on WSRO day, September 16, 2011 at 7:00 pm.
Theatre, 106 Boylston Street. Hours Beloved Ballpark,” Fenway Park. The
nationally renowned stars Audra 650 AM and online at www.wsro.com. Politics, money, love . . . what could
are 10:00 am–6:00 pm Monday Mighty Mighty BossTones will be
McDonald as Bess, Norm Lewis “Don Giovanni Show” Saturdays go wrong? A Crack in Everything, a
through Saturday. On the web, visit opening for the Dropkick Murphys on
as Porgy and David Alan Grier as 6:00 am–8:00 am and Sundays debut mystery novel by Angela Gerst.
www.broadwayacrossamerica.com/ both nights. A portion of the proceeds
Sporting Life. This classic American 5:00 pm–7:00 pm on 950 AM WROL Praised by critics and authors across
Boston or Ticketmaster.com. By phone from the two shows will benefit the
tale is set in the 1920s in Catfish www.dongiovannishow.com. the literary spectrum, A Crack in Ev-
call Ticketmaster at 800-982-2787. Massachusetts 9/11 Fund, which
Row, a neighborhood in Charleston, “Tony’s Place” on MusicAmerica erything tells a sizzling tale of politics,
helps support families of victims of
South Carolina. Bess, beautiful WPLM FM 99.1 - Every Sunday night passion, greed and murder. The novel
REAGLE MUSIC THEATRE 9/11 throughout the state. Tickets
and troubled, turns to Porgy, the 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm on MusicAmerica introduces Susan Callisto, a some-
617 Lexington St., Waltham, MA for both shows are available online at
crippled beggar, in search of safety host Ron Della Chiesa presents Tony's time real estate lawyer turned politi-
Irving Berlin’s SAY IT WITH MUSIC www.redsox.com/dropkicks, by calling
after her possessive lover, Crown, Place on WPLM FM Easy 99.1. During cal consultant with a busy practice
– October 1-2, 2011. With an ensemble (877) RED-SOX9 or at the Fenway Park
commits murder. As Porgy and Bess’s the hour, Ron will feature recordings and a lonely private life. Susan and
of fabulous singers, talented dancers box office.
love grows, their future is threatened by his good friend Tony Bennett. her oldest client, Nino Biondi, share
by Crown and the conniving Sport- and a live orchestra, Reagle pays You'll hear all your Bennett favorites Italian roots, but little else. Nino likes
ing Life. This heartbreaking love story tribute to a man and his legendary from his early hits to his latest Grammy to sue. Susan prefers to negotiate.
boasts some of the most famous and
beloved works from the Great Ameri-
music. With such favorites as:
“Alexander’s Ragtime Band,” “God
Special Events winners. www.MusicNotNoise.com.
“Radio Italia Unita” - Thursdays
Nino loves to cook — he’s the chef-
owner of Tavola Rustica. Susan pre-
can Songbook, including: “Summer- Bless America,” “Always,” Blue Skies,” 2:00 pm–3:00 pm on www.zumix.org/ fers tuna casserole to osso buco. Nino
time,” “Bess, You Is My Woman,” “It “Cheek to Cheek,” “I Wonder Why SPINELLI’S FUNCTION FACILITY radio or Itunes, college radio click on ignores Susan’s advice, but her can-
Ain’t Necessarily So” and “I Loves You, (You’re Just in Love)” and “Let Your- Route One South, Lynnfield, MA Zumix. For more information, log onto didates hang on her every word, pay-
Porgy.” self Go.” NORTH END REUNION - Thurs- www.italiaunita.org. ing her well — too well in the case of
AS YOU LIKE IT - December 7, IT’S CHRISTMAS TIME – Decem- day, September 22, 2011 at 6:00 pm. ARTIST’S BOSTON STUDIO a magnetic newcomer with deep pock-
2011 – January 8, 2012. By William ber 3 – 11, 2011. The one Boston Enjoy music from the ’50s and ’60s. 450 Harrison Ave, #223B, Boston MA ets and a dubious agenda. Then Nino
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ers,” in Shakespeare’s beloved pas- rian Christmas, precision dancers and new “Laundry Line” paintings based tacked, she begins to suspect that her
toral comedy As You Like It. This The Living Nativity. Our cast of 200 MUSEUM OF SCIENCE on Burano, Venezia, will be show- political consultancy has become a
classic tale follows Rosalind and her comes gift wrapped in fabulous holi- 1 Science Park, Boston cased. Marian Dioguardi was born springboard to violence and murder.
friend Celia’s escape from a deadly day sets and costumes — all backed A DAY IN POMPEII – Opens Sun- and raised in the Italian-American An old love, Detective Lt. Michael
conspiracy into nature’s wild, liber- by a full live orchestra. day, October 2nd. Tickets now on sale. neighborhood of East Boston. She Benedict, leads the investigation, and
ating arms. What follows is an un- The Roman city of Pompeii was pursued her childhood ambition, art, when Susan elbows in, she finds a
conventional romance with every- destroyed by the eruption of Mount only after a more traditional career crack in everything. For further infor-
thing from wrestling matches to cross- MUSIC Vesuvius in 79 AD, vanishing beneath in education gave way to more color- mation, call 617-876-5160 or log onto
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539 Washington St., Boston, MA hit songs heard on radio airwaves 1 Bennett Street, Cambridge, MA ZUCCHERO – October 29, 2011 -
SOUTH PACIFIC - September 27– and in dance clubs across the country. 2011 DEUTSCHE BANK PATRIZIO BUANNE - Septem- Zucchero “Sugar” Fornaciari is one of
October 2, 2011. Nellie, a nurse on a Iglesias announced that he will now CHAMPIONSHIP ber 15, 2011 - Patrizio’s albums are Italy’s most renowned artists, with 11
Pacific Island during WWII, falls in blaze a trail into U.S. arenas with TPC Boston, 400 Arnold Palmer certified platinum in South Africa, studio albums dating back to 1983.
love with de Becque, a local planter. Pitbull and special guest Prince Royce Blvd., Norton, MA across Asia, New Zealand and several The Italian musician will be touring
However, when she learns he is a for the hottest tour of the Fall, start- One of the most prestigious events European countries and even reached the United States in the fall to present
widower with two half-caste children, ing September 22 in Boston. With his on the PGA Tour calendar returns to triple platinum status in Australia. A his latest release, Chocabeck. Log
she cannot accept the situation. signature vocals, driving pop and New England on Labor Day weekend. live concert DVD, also certified plati- onto www.ticketmaster.com for
Meanwhile, Cable falls in love with a dance beats and pure passion, Iglesias Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Phil Mickel- num, was televised on the American tickets.
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by Vita Orlando Sinopoli
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on average, men tell 1,092 whoppers per incredible 70 percent of men find it easier
year, compared to just 728 for women. That to care for their cars. “At age 40,” warns In a saucepan, sauté onion and capers in oil until onion
means the average guy tells three fibs every Dr. Harry Fisch, urologist and clinical pro- is opaque. Add chopped ripened tomatoes or four ounces of
day, compared to just two for gals. Men feel fessor of medicine at New York Presbyterian crushed tomato. If a heavier sauce is preferred, use a four-
less guilty about telling tall tales than Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College, “the ounce-can prepared tomato sauce instead. Cover and
women. While 82 percent of women say they body begins to change and men are past the simmer about seven minutes. Add chopped zucchini and
were bothered by a falsehood, only 70 per- maintenance-free years.” How true! dried or fresh basil. Add water if more liquid is desired.
cent of the men were. But 75 percent of the From October 3 to 6, Heritage Auctions in Bring to a boil. Cover and simmer slowly until zucchini is
3,000 men and women polled say lying is OK Los Angeles will be selling off some of Ameri- tender.
when it comes to avoiding hurting someone’s can icon John Wayne’s movie memorabilia Cook pasta according to directions on the package. Pour
feelings. Some favorite fibs by men: 1. I didn’t and personal items for the very first time! zucchini with sauce over cooked elbows and serve.
have that much to drink; 2. No, you don’t look “We receive phone calls every day from people Serves two.
fat in that; 3. I’m stuck in traffic and 4. Sorry, all over the world asking if they can have a NOTE: Spaghetti may be cooked and served with the zucchini
I missed your call. As for women, some of scarf, a vest, a hat ... and for 30 years, we’ve in place of elbows.
their favorite fibs are: 1. Nothing’s wrong. I’m had to decline,” says son Ethan, president of
fine; 2. I don’t know where it is, I haven’t John Wayne Enterprises. “My father was
touched it; 3. It wasn’t that expensive and 4. always open and accessible to his fans and Vita can be reached at email@example.com
No, I didn’t throw it away. And of course, a making these items available to the public
woman’s greatest fib is, I’ve got a headache! is something that feels right. Now, we’re very
Honest “Abe,” Tom Analetto of Medford excited to be able to offer mementos of my • Stirpe Nostra (Continued from Page 2)
says, “A liar is hard not to believe when he father to fans he valued so much.” Son, Ethan chaos that followed the confidence and dignity,
says nice things about you.” Wayne, says his father’s estate donated a death of Nero, Galba, Otho which had heretofore been
The astute Paul Waters of Swampscott large collection of personal property to the and Vitellius. He restored lost. History regards him as
reminds us it is impossible for a man to be a National Cowboy & Western Heritage the government and pub- a good emperor and I think
successful liar unless someone believes Museum in Oklahoma City in 1979. The fam- lic finances to order, and I’ll just have to rate him as
him. ily kept other sentimental items. although he leaned strongly a nine and a half.
The widely read gossip rag National The Wayne family is letting fans bid on toward autocratic or dictato-
Examiner’s August 22nd issue was headlined: more than 400 never-before-seen public rial side of administration, NEXT WEEK:
HILLARY HEART CRISIS! HER TERRIFYING awards, scripts, costumes and personal he succeeded in restoring a Titus the Dissembler
BLACKOUTS! BILL’S ULTIMATUM! And so documents. Wayne, who died in 1979 from
the readers learned about workaholic Hillary cancer at age 72, won an Oscar for his role
Clinton’s latest heart crisis and more. In as Rooster Cogburn in 1969’s True Grit. He • Editorial (Continued from Page 3)
short, her weight soared to an unhealthy 171 is buried on top of the hill in Pacific View there’s something wrong for themselves, when more
pounds as Secretary of State. The 63-year- Memorial Park, Newport Beach, California. when our credit rating people get a government
old former First Lady and presidential candi- His grave is unmarked equals that of Ecuador. check than pay a tax bill and
date reportedly suffered shocking collapses Big news? Zsa Zsa Gabor’s loving husband, If President Obama can’t when more people see Big
and blackouts in the past. “Hillary is in a bad Prince Frederic von Anhalt, paid a whopping identify the real problem Government as the answer
way if she doesn’t slow down,” says a close $68,000 to put up a billboard in Tinseltown soon, the United States of to all our ills, then our gov-
friend. “She travels more than 200,000 miles heralding the fact that the famous blonde and America will become an- ernment as created by
a year and is taking a major hit on her he have been wed 25 years. Of course, the other Greece, which seems our forebears will no longer
health.” Hillary announced she will resign 94-year-old Zsa Zsa is fading fast and is bed- to have fallen down and exist. The greatest experi-
her cabinet post after President Barack ridden at her Bel Air home, so she’ll never unable to get up again. ment in self-rule will have
Obama’s first term ends in 2012. Hubby Bill, see it. Strangely, for some time the Prince Carter was clueless. Is died from inside the halls of
65, is so alarmed by her situation, he’s has also been crying broke, which is with- Obama clueless or is it that government.
begging her to quit now. Bill has had to battle out her dough. He claims the reason he’s he just doesn’t care as he Americans want to be-
his own heart problems and has drastically selling her $15 million home and her show- moves America toward so- lieve. Obama seemingly
changed his lifestyle, losing a lot of weight biz memorabilia is to pay her medical bills. cialized control of the entire believes in something else
and switching to low-fat foods. Now, he’s Still, he uses every chance he can to get government infrastructure? and never the two shall
urging Hillary to do the same. And her daugh- publicity. On June 20, the cad released a When more people depend meet. We remain leaderless
ter Chelsea, 31, who last year wed banker picture of poor, ailing Zsa Zsa propped up in on the government to do as a nation which is a bad
Marc Mezvinsky, is also pleading with her to her bed, sipping champagne with him to for them than citizens doing place to be.
slow down. Yes, Hillary! Slow it down! celebrate his 68 th birthday. Her only child,
Eat more garlic! The combination of garlic daughter Francisca, 64, fumes over von
and vinegar can KO heart disease by lower- Anhalt’s never-ending, attention-getting 1st Generation
ing your blood pressure and cholesterol levels, stunts, especially the costly billboard. She
two of the leading risk factors for cardiovas- blasts: “He once again uses my mother to Italian-American
cular disease which afflicts about 81 million bring publicity to himself.”
Americans. “Two items to include on your Interesting show biz stuff by the handsome Vita Orlando Sinopoli
heart-healthy menu are garlic and vinegar,” and stately musicologist, Albert Natale. “Blue Shares with us
confirms Dr. Ellen Kamhi, author of The Moon” was written in 1934 by Richard
Natural Medicine Chest. In brief, UCLA Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. It was originally a delightful recollection
researcher, cardiologist Dr. Matthew Budoff titled “Prayer.” Later, it was changed to “The of her memories as a child
has conducted many studies that show how Bad in Every Man,” before settling on “Blue
aged garlic extract lowers blood pressure and Moon.” Glenn Miller on being named Juke growing up in
cholesterol and even reverses the buildup of Box Favorite in 1939: “I don’t want to be the Boston’s “Little Italy”
plaque clogs in blood vessels. “Taking garlic King of Swing or anything else. I’d rather
is like having a blood-pressure medication, have a reputation as one of the best all- and a collection of
an aspirin and cholesterol lowering medica- around bands.” And Roger Vadim says, “Living Italian family recipes
tion all in one,” says Dr. Vahid Larijani of with Jane Fonda was difficult in the begin-
the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Insti- ning ... She had so many — how do you say? from the homeland.
tute, which recently confirmed the healing — bachelor habits. Too much organization.
powers of garlic in a study of 65 firefighters. Time is her enemy. She cannot relax. Always Great as Gifts
In studies, garlic also lowered blood pressure there is something to do — the work, the FROM MY BAKERY PERCH available on AMAZON.COM
significantly. appointment, the telephone call. She can- and in local bookstores — ask for
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age 65 and older who regularly use olive oil is her weakness.” Stephen Boyd claims, Soft Cover #1-4010-9804-5 ISBN
in their cooking are a whopping 41 percent “Brigitte Bardot asked me to marry her. I
less likely to suffer from a stroke, according don’t know if she was joking, but I said no.
to new research published by the American I did not explain that I couldn’t marry an
Academy of Neurology. Strokes are thought actress who could never be faithful to The Federal Trade Commission
to occur when the blood supply to the brain me. Or at least try. I would at least try, for works for the consumer to prevent
is disrupted, and olive oil reportedly helps the first year or two.” And the original title
fraud and deception.
clear arteries of dangerous clots. “Strokes of “Alexander’s Band” was “Alexander and his
are so common in older people and olive oil Clarinet.” It was Irving Berlin’s first compo- Call 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357)
would be an inexpensive and easy way to sition in 1910. or log on to www.ftc.gov.
help prevent it,” says Dr. Cecilia Samieri of AMERICA IS A BEAUTIFUL ITALIAN NAME!
POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 2, 2011 Page 13
• The Socially Set (Continued from Page 9)
from February 2 through May
“The McMullen is pleased
to share the distinguished
and unparalleled collections
of the Society of Antiquaries
with a North American au-
dience and to have the op-
It was at this point in time so music would have to be a to Tewksbury. Paul and I portunity to celebrate the
in 1960, I had graduated weekend activity. had bus duty in both the Society’s contribution to
college that June and Bab- I did receive a call from a morning and afternoon and more than three hundred
bononno, who didn’t under- bartender friend of mine ask- seven classes in a row with years of writing history,”
stand higher education and ing if I and my group would only twenty minutes for says McMullen Museum
what it could do for some- like to audition for a week- lunch. We were the new Director and Professor of Art
one’s future, was proud of the end job at the Charterhouse kids on the block and stuck History Nancy Netzer, who is
accomplishments of his first Hotel where he worked. For with the worst schedules a Fellow of the Society.
born grandson. those of you not old enough imaginable. Needless to say, This exhibition has been
His nostalgic comments to remember the place, it I wasn’t able to play during organized by the Society “Queen Mary of England,”
included, “I justa wisha was just over the line from the week seeing that most of Antiquaries of London an oil on oak panels
Nanna coulda live to see you Point of Pines as you enter musical engagements ended in association with the painted by Hans Eworth
fineesha schoola. She be Lynn. There was China Sails at 12:00 midnight or later McMullen Museum of Art, in 1554, is among the royal
so prouda whata you do.” I on the right, followed by the and I had to be up at 5:30 in Boston College and the Yale portraits in the exhibi-
smiled and acknowledged Charterhouse, just about the morning. The job at the Center for British Art. It has tion “Making History:
that Nanna would have been where the deserted Building Charterhouse Hotel was been curated by Nancy Net- Antiquaries in Britain” on
proud. She had passed away 19 is today. When I called the from 8 to 12 on Friday and zer, Director of the McMullen view at the McMullen
in 1958 due to terminal manager, I was told that they Saturday nights and didn’t Museum of Art, Boston Col- Museum of Art at Boston
breast cancer. only wanted a piano and a interfere with teaching. lege and Elisabeth Fairman, College from September 4
Gus Sullivan, the coach at bass in the lounge. I called One problem did occur, Senior Curator of Rare through December 11.
Boston State College, had Tony Poto, a fellow East though. Around Christmas Books and Manuscripts, (Photo courtesy of
gotten me a tryout with a Bostonian who had been time that year, Mr. Masseri Yale Center for British Art, Mary Curran)
Cincinnati Reds farm team, with me playing college func- asked if I could add a female in association with Heather
and I was ready to head to the tions for four years, and we singer to the group, and I Rowland, Head of Library serves as a dynamic educa-
Midwest. Dad asked me what headed to Lynn to audition. called someone I had worked and Collections, and Julia tional resource for all of
I was going to do for a job if I The manager was a man with in another group. Her Dudkiewicz, Collections Man- New England as well as the
didn’t survive double A base- named Marvin Newmark name was Arlene Bailey, and ager, Society of Antiquaries national and international
ball. I didn’t have the answer and, for whatever reason, she fit in beautifully. Her of London. community. The Museum
until a friend from college, took an immediate dislike to voice and our style of playing “We are delighted to be mounts exhibitions of inter-
Paul Ciccarelli, called and Tony and me. We played blended perfectly. The only working in partnership with national scholarly impor-
told me that Tewksbury High some of the tunes in our rep- problem was that this was in two such prestigious univer- tance from all periods and
School was looking for ertoire but the man wasn’t the early 1960s, and racially sity museums and to have cultures of the history of art.
two shop teachers. We both impressed and made nega- mixed groups were some- such a wonderful opportunity In keeping with the
applied for the jobs and after tive comments after each thing that was considered a to introduce the Society to University’s central teach-
the interviews, were offered selection. There was another “no-no.” Mr. Newmark was an American audience,” ing mission, the Museum’s
contracts: Paul to teach wood- couple who joined him to lis- ready to fire us that first night said Maurice Howard, Presi- exhibitions are accompa-
working and I to teach draft- ten after the first song was that Arlene sang with us but dent of the Society of Anti- nied by scholarly catalogues
ing and design. I never played. They were fortyish knew that we answered quaries of London, who will and related public programs.
mentioned anything about and looked Italian. The directly to Dante Masseri. attend a private event at Bos- The McMullen Museum
baseball to the people in woman asked if we knew a Once that first evening’s per- ton College to celebrate the of Art was named in 1996
Tewksbury but signed the tune named Joey-Joey. Tony formance ended, Masseri opening of the exhibition. by the late BC benefactor,
contract anyway. asked if they would like called me to the office to Among exhibition high- trustee and art collector,
Baseball in the Midwest him to sing the lyrics and discuss the situation. My lights are detailed records of John J. McMullen and his
was fun and I did rather well they smiled and nodded answer to him reflected my lost buildings and objects, an wife, Jacqueline McMullen.
as a middle infielder. I did with approval. We played the views. “Mr. Masseri, Arlene outstanding collection of Located in Devlin Hall on
have three problems in front song and Tony sang the is the best local singer I panel paintings including BC’s Chestnut Hill campus at
of me: Pete Rose, Dave words, with Mr. Newmark know of. I think with her royal portraits from Henry VI 140 Commonwealth Avenue,
Concepcion and Joe Gordon. making a negative comment added to my duo, your cock- to Mary I and works from the the McMullen Museum is
I was good, but they were once we finished. The couple tail lounge audience will Arts and Crafts movement by handicapped accessible and
great, and I didn’t stand a that requested the song ap- look past the color line and fellow William Morris, who open to the public. Museum
chance. That September, I plauded, with the man giving accept us as three qualified left his house, Kelmscott admission is free.
reported to Tewksbury High New-mark a dirty look. The performers, not an interra- Manor, to the Society. These Hours during this exhibi-
School for my first real job as woman whispered in her cial group trying to make a works are displayed along- tion are: Monday through Fri-
an adult. companion’s ear and he nod- statement. Fortunately, he side loans from the cel- day, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.;
I, like my father before me ded back in the affirmative. responded with a positive ebrated collection of the Yale Saturday and Sunday, noon
who played with the Reds He then turned to us and attitude, and I now had a Center for British Art includ- to 5:00 p.m. Group tours may
as a utility catcher for one said, “My name is Dante trio. ing rare books and paintings be arranged upon request by
season, decided that I would Masseri and I am the CEO of Within a month, we had a and drawings by Samuel calling 617-552-8587.
make more money playing this hotel. You are hired.” packed house every Friday Palmer, Edward Burne-Jones For directions, parking
bass than baseball and began With that, Newmark walked and Saturday, and the subject and Augustus Welby Pugin. and information on public pr,
to teach that fall and play out of the audition. of color never came up again. A related exhibition on the log on to www.bc.edu/
music on the side. The Masseris commented Both jobs lasted about a inspiration of the Society of artmuseum.
The problem with my job that they had a young son year. The Masseris sold out Antiquaries on the found- Enjoy!
in Tewksbury was that I named Joey and that little- of the hotel business, and ing of the Massachusetts (Be sure to visit Hilda
lived in East Boston. Paul known song that we played the new owners decided to Historical Society will be Morrill’s gardening website,
Ciccarelli called me to say was his favorite. A bit later, I eliminate the lounge. The mounted at the Massachu- www.bostongardens.com.
that there were two teachers signed a contract to play at group broke up following the setts Historical Society. In addition to events covered
from Winthrop who were on the hotel with Mr. Masseri engagement. Tony didn’t The McMullen Museum and reported by the columnist,
the faculty at Tewksbury adding that I would answer want to play weekends any is renowned for organizing “The Socially Set” is compiled
High School and we could car to him only. more, Arlene had other job interdisciplinary exhibitions from various other sources
pool with them. Joe Crotty The school year and the offers and I began knocking that ask new questions in such as news and press re-
and Jim Dimento outlined weekend gig both got under on doors in New York for the display and scholarship leases, PRNewswire services,
their routine and Paul and I way and baseball was put on weekend work. I bargained of the works on view. It etc.)
joined in right after Labor a back burner never to crop with the administration at
Day. As I said, my problem up again. Monday through the high school for free time
was the distance. With hav- Friday at about 5:15 am, I during the day without bus Fully Insured
ing to get up at 5:30 am, I would meet the members of duty but didn’t get it in writ- Lic #017936
couldn’t play music during the “East Boston Express,” ing. The second year started
the week and get enough the name given to our out the same as the first
sleep to make things work, carpool, and we would drive with my superiors denying
the promises they had made
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The time has come, the walrus said,
The Bilingual TO TALK OF MANY THINGS
of shoes and ships and sealing wax of cabbages and kings
Corner by Sal Giarratani
by Orazio Buttafuoco HAYMARKET Square. Today, the office is Getting back to my new
FOOD FIGHT? on Freeport Street. It isn’t East Boston mailman, folks
According to a recent Bos- online yet but it is comput- on Princeton Street think
LO SAPEVATE CHE … Papa Ratzinger continua una ton Metro report, Governor erized. I still write for it he’s super. Numero uno! He
tradizione che era stata iniziata da Papa Montini (Paul VI- Deval Patrick is looking at a and have been off and on over may not resemble Cliff from
1964): invitare gli artisti in Vaticano, esperti in vari campi. spot above the Big Dig for a the decades. Currently, I “Cheers” or love dogs like my
E cosi’, nella stupenda cornice della Cappella Sistina, il Papa year-round farmers market have become a darn good old mailman in Quincy but I
diede il benvenuto, alcune settimane fa, a Giuseppe but Haymarket vendors are photo-journalist with my always get my mail with him.
Tornatore, ai fratelli Taviani, a Nanni Moretti, ed a molti very wary of the idea as it “CityPoints” column. I asked him if he came from
altri, in tutto 260 esponenti del mondo della cultura, del cin- could greatly impact their It isn’t easy explaining the North End but he’s all
ema, dell’architettura, della poesia, della danza, della musica, livelihoods. The State House what the City Paper is. It is East Boston. However, he
del teatro e della fotografia. Al; caloroso discorso del Papa, News Service has also re- part advertising shoppers’ says he loves dining at Ida’s
Giuseppe Tornatore, il regista di: “Cinema Paradiso,” ported that the Haymarket news and part community in the alley off Hanover
commento’: “Quello fu come una carezza alla cultura in un vendors were able to push newspaper with some very Street, which by the way is
periodo in cui si ricevono solo schiaffi.” back efforts for this indoor interesting commentaries just feet away from the North
Un richiamo alla realta’ internazionale giunse dallo farmers market, saying it and photos. I call it a hybrid End Post Office.
scrittore iraniano Kader Abdolah, che ha partecipato would have them unfairly like a Ford Fusion. Today, DEATH AT AN EARLY AGE
all’incontro, con al collo una sciarpa verde in omaggio al compete against the farm- the paper is still Dorchester-
popolo iraniano che chiede liberta’, sperando che la sua voce ers who would be subsidized based as always but it is
venga ascoltata anche nelle stanze del potere temporale (dei by the state. also regularly distributed in
Papi). Erano presenti anche tre israeliani tra cui Samuel Said Gus Serra, a former South Boston, Roslindale,
Maoz, Leone d’Oro quest’anno (2009) a Venezia per il film state representative and a West Roxbury and environs.
“Lebanon.” Maoz ha osservato che le parole del Papa hanno member of the Haymarket WHAT’S YOUR GOOD
significato un solenne “NO” all’odio ed alla guerra, ed un Pushcart Association, “I TIME FAVORITES
grande “SI” all’amore ed all’arte. L’incontro alla Cappella don’t want to create a whole STATION?
Sistina ha significato l’apoteosi del rapporto tra “arte” e new level of competition.” When I’m driving around
“religione,” rendendo possible, come fu osservato da alcuni City Hall says the new indoor East Boston, I always have
intervenuti, che l’alleanza tra la fede e l’arte e’ possible. C’e’
farmers market can only my radio on North Shore
stato unanime consenso che il messaggio del Papa fu
work if Haymarket vendors 104.9 “your good time favor-
semplice e profondo, quindi particolarmente molto efficace,
support the idea. ite radio station” on the FM
specialmente nel punto in cui il Papa invita gli artisti ad
Proponents of the 136 dial. If you love those old Death stings no matter
essere “mediatori di speranza.”
Blackstone Street site as a tunes from the ’60s and ’7Os, what the age. Over in
DID YOU KNOW THAT … Pope Ratzinger has continued the
farmers market are hoping 104.9 is where you have to Norwood, MA a young man
tradition begun by Pope Montini (Paul VI-1964) to invite to
the Vatican artists, prominent in many fields. And so, in- to open shop next summer. be. Check it out once and named Kevin Morrison
side the beautiful surroundings of the Sistine Chapel, the Time will tell and we shall you’ll be thanking yourself battled cancer for six
Pope welcomed Giuseppe Tornatore, the brothers “Taviani,” see. everyday hence. months and on August 20, at
Nanni Moretti and many others, 260 in all, representing GREEK FESTIVAL ’11 THE MAIL the age of 21, fell to an en-
the world of culture, of cinematography, architecture, po- The annual Greek Festi- MUST GO THROUGH emy named cancer which
etry, dance, music, theatre and photography. To the Pope’s val put on by the Annuncia- When I lived in North had invaded his body. He
warm welcoming address, Giuseppe Tornatore, the director tion Greek Orthodox Cathe- Quincy, I had a real “Cliff fought hard with reportedly
of the celebrated “Cinema Paradiso,” observed: “the Pope’s dral in Brookline adjacent to Clayven” for my mailman. the same kind of spirit that
address was a sweet touch to culture at a time when we get Larz Anderson Park is sched- He lived on his route, owned made him known on the
only slaps on the face!” uled for September 9–11. a cat that never paid atten- Mustangs, the Norwood High
A call to international events came from an Iranian writer, Welcome and enjoy the tion to him, and the dogs on School Football team.
Kader Abdolah, who attended the meeting wearing a green tastes, treats and spirit if his route loved him and vice It is difficult to understand
scarf in homage to the Iranian people who are looking for Greece. versa. Now I live in East why these terrible things
freedom, hoping that their voice will be heard even inside LOOKING BACK AT Boston and my mailman is happen. Life is always a road,
the hall of the temporal power (of the Popes). In attendance CITY PAPER’S ROOTS a guy named “Mike” but he’s sometimes a tough one. We
were also three Israelis, among whom Samuel Maoz, the I love neighborhood news- not the mailman who lives all have our time and only
recipient of the Venice Film Festival’s (2009) “Golden Lion” papers over the years since on the street named “Mike.” God knows the duration of
(Leone d’Oro) for the movie “Lebanon.” Maoz felt that the the early ’70s. One that I go Both these guys work out of that time. Life is also a gift
Pope’s words expressed a definite “NO” to hate and to war back with close to 40 years the U.S. Postal Distribution to be cherished. It is our
and a resounding “YES” to love and the Arts. The meeting in is the Boston City Paper, pub- Center over by Beacham most treasured possession.
the Sistine Chapel appeared to signify the apotheosis in the lished by Paul Feeney for all Street in Chelsea. Both of I pray for young Kevin and
relation between Art and Religion, making it possible, as these years. The paper was these guys had heard of my his family going through this
voiced by some of the participants, that an alliance between around during forced busing brother, Dominic, who was awful time. Consolation is
Faith and Art can be achieved. and offered some great com- apparently a legend there that friends and neighbors of
There was unanimous consent that the Pope’s message mentary on that failed social before he retired and sadly this Norwood family bonded
was simple but profound, thus quite effective too, particu- experiment. The City Paper passed away. He was a man- together with them in grief
larly when the Pope invited the artists to be the “Mediators office was up on Dorchester ager that the letter carriers and the hope is that young
of Hope.” Avenue, past St. Williams, loved working for. They called Kevin is now at peace in that
headed to Edward Everett him a “hot #*%@.” better place promised us.
• News Briefs (Continued from Page 10)
“I would like to be remem- We are vulnerable in our
bered as somebody who national security today and • West End Museum (Continued from Page 8)
cared a great deal about we are vulnerable in many Street, Suite 7, Boston,
Berde, photographer Ariel Jewish history. Led by li-
people.” Back in a 2007 NY ways we are not addressing
Kessler and puppeteer and brarians Helaine Davis and Massachusetts or visit
Times interview, when — the needs of education,
ventriloquist Susan Linn Linda Stern. Vilna Shul is their website by visting
asked how he would like to the needs of housing, the
and her beloved puppet closest to MGH T stop. RSVP www.TheWestEndMuseum.org.
be remembered, again he needs of nutrition, the needs
“Audrey Duck.” Great mate- email@example.com.
said “as a man who loved the of health, the needs of infra-
rials will be supplied. Jazz: “Return of the
people of New York as much structure.”
Artist Talk: “Surviving Bright Moments Band”
as he loved his own family.” Hatfield was elected twice
Former U.S. Senator Mark as governor of Oregon, first Tour: “Remarkable Our Losses” Saturday, September 24 —
Hatfield, R-Oregon passed in 1958 and then re-elected Jewish Women in Boston’s Tuesday, October 4, 2011 7:30 p.m., at the West End
away on August 8. He was in 1962. At the 1965 Na- West End” at 7:00 p.m., at the West End Museum. FREE.
the longest serving U.S. tional Governors Confer- Sunday, September 25, Museum. FREE. Playing the music of
Senator from Oregon, serv- ence, he was denounced as 2011 — 1:00 p.m., at the Join in a discussion focus- Rahsaan Roland Kirk and
ing five terms from 1967 to a traitor for casting the only West End Museum and Vilna ing on the many ways that we Charles Mingus; featuring
1997. I first remember him “no” vote on a resolution sup- Shul. Helaine Davis and grieve and survive traumatic multi-instrumentalist Bob
from the sixties and early porting President Johnson’s Linda Stern tour guides. losses. Deborah Rivlin, Be- Drinkwater along with Bob
seventies when he was an Vietnam policy. In the early This event will be co-spon- reavement Educator, Dianne McCloskey (tenor sax),
opponent of the Vietnam seventies, he again upset sored by Jewish Women in Cella, Pediatric Nurse and John Licata (trombone),
War. fellow Republicans by joining Boston History and Bos- Evelyn Berde will speak. Dave Gold (bass), Rick Lynch
Back around 1997 as his up with U.S. Senator George ton Women’s Heritage Trail. The West End Museum is (piano) and John Nourse
career in Washington was McGovern, D-South Dakota 1:00 p.m., attendees gather located at 150 Staniford (drums).
wrapping up, he basically sponsoring an amendment at Vilna Shul 1:10-1:30 p.m.,
stated the Hatfield Principle to end the Vietnam War. Tour of Vilna Shul; 1:30 pm
when he was quoted as say-
ing, “Every president other
Both Hugh Carey and Mark
Hatfield stood up for what
–2:30 pm, Walk of West End
(BPL/West End Branch, Puff- What Happens When You
than Eisenhower has been they believed. People didn’t ers Building, West End House,
seduced by the military con- have to like them or the African Meeting House and Don’t Advertise?
cept that it is our sole mea- votes orb positions they took Smith Court Residences,
sure of our national security but people always respected O’Connell Way (formerly Allen Nothing!
and the more bombs we their public service. That is Street); 2:30 p.m., arrive at For information on advertising in the
build, the more secure we the best legacy any elected West End Museum for tour Post-Gazette, call 617-227-8929.
are ... That’s just not true. politician can attain. of exhibits with a focus on
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Going Down to the Wire set in and a bad shoulder
This year, the pennant
race in the AL East is the EXTRA Innings eventually took him out of
baseball for good.
most exciting race worth On August 1, Rainville
watching. The Red Sox and by Sal Giarratani was sworn in as a police
Yankees are battling it officer in the North Smith-
out game to game. How dif- Williams won the batting Next summer, Joe DiMaggio His manager said he’s “real field Police Department and
ferent this division race crowd with a .406 average will be appearing on U.S. disappointed” in his player he is looking forward to
might have been had Clay and was the last major postage stamps as a part of and would give him “a men- serving this community.
Buchhotz been healthy this leaguer to hit over .400. On the Major League Baseball tal day off.” Prior to August, he was a
season in Boston or had September 28, 1941 when All-Star stamp series. Signed as a Pitcher and police officer for the Foster
CC Sabathia not looked so the Sox were scheduled for DiMaggio’s debut on a U.S. Now Doing Police Beat (RI) Police Department.
pathetic against the Sox? a doubleheader, Williams stamp is long overdue. Said Howie Long
These Sox are pretty darn was hitting .395 which would Steve Kearney, manager of a Townie Hall of Famer
good this year. Big Papi is have rounded out to .400. stamp services at the U.S. Normally, this is only a
playing hard for a new con- However, instead of sitting Postal Service, “Yankees baseball column, but due to
tract. Josh Beckett and Jon out the final day’s double- fans are already very confi- my Charlestown family roots,
Lester are both super. Pap is header, he chose to play both dent about their legacy but I cannot pass up letting folks
back more or less. Dave Bard games. Ted didn’t think he this will just reinforce that.” know about an upcoming
is good. John Lackey isn’t deserved a .400 average if he The baseball stamps will Howie Long dedication cer-
lacking so much lately. Tim sat out the games. Teddy be released in July 2012 and emony. Long played 13 sea-
Wakefield has been a life- Baseball went 6-for-8 and fin- will be issued as Forever sons for either the Oakland
saver in search of his 200 th ished the season at .406. Stamps. In ‘69 when Ajman or Los Angeles Raiders as a
career victory. Behind the Joe DiMaggio Stamp was an independent emirate defensive end. He was also
plate give me more Salty and in the Persian Gulf, that named to the Pro Bowl eight
less Jason. The captain may nation issued a DiMaggio times and was a member of
still be the captain but he postage stamp. the 1984 Super Bowl-
isn’t what he once was. He’s Cubbie’s Mental Health Day Jay Rainville was a home- winning Raiders. Long was
still great with the young Recently, the Chicago Cubs town kid raised in Paw- inducted into the Pro Foot-
pitchers but that’s about all. shortstop Starlin Castro tucket, RI, who graduated ball Hall of Fame in 2000.
Facts apparently drifted off into from Bishop Hendricken The dedication ceremony
You Probably Didn’t Know space in the 6 th of a game High School in Warwick, RI. will be held on Wednesday,
Back 70 years ago during The Yankees and Red Sox and seemingly missed his In 2003, he was such an out- September 7 at the Charles-
Joe DiMaggio’s 56 game hit- are in a tight race for the AL own pitcher’s pitch to the standing high school ball- town Boys Girls Club on
ting streak, he hit 15 home East division, but when it plate. He was spotted kick- player that he was named Green Street and a plaque
runs, 55 RBIs and batted comes to U.S. postage stamps, ing dirt and walking with Rhode Island’s 2003 Gator- highlighting his NFL career
.408. That same season, Ted the Yankees are in first. his back to home plate. ade Player of the Year. For will be on permanent dis-
eight seasons he pitched for play and will recognize
LEGAL NOTICE the Minnesota Twins in the Howie as one of Charles-
MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY minors after becoming the town’s hometown heroes.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Twins’ second round draft in For further information, call
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The Trial Court
Sealed General Bids for MPA Contract No. L1053-C1, NEW TOWER LIFE SAFETY UPGRADES, Middlesex Probate and Family Court
2004. He was chosen 39 th Greg Jackson or John
LOGAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, EAST BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, will be received by the 208 Cambridge Street overall that year. Injuries Killoran at 617-242-1775.
Massachusetts Port Authority at the Capital Programs Department Ofﬁce, Suite 209S - Logan Ofﬁce Cambridge, MA 02141
Center, One Harborside Drive, East Boston, Massachusetts 02128-2909, until 11:00 A.M. local time Docket No. MI11D2293DR
on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2011 immediately after which, in a designated room, the bids will
be opened and read publicly. DIVORCE SUMMONS BY LEGAL NOTICE
PUBLICATION AND MAILING
Sealed ﬁled sub-bids for the same contract will be received at the same ofﬁce until 11:00 A.M. local MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY
time on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2011, immediately after which, in a designated room, the ﬁled HANNAH KIARAHO
vs. REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
sub-bids will be opened and read publicly.
NOTE: PRE-BID CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD AT THE CAPITAL PROGRAMS DEPARTMENT
DAVID McBEAN The MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY (Massport) is soliciting professional consulting services
To the Defendant: for MPA CONTRACT NO. L1102-D4, FY12 TERM AIRFIELD DESIGN, MASSPORT AVIATION
(ABOVE ADDRESS) AT 10:00 AM LOCAL TIME ON TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 2011. FACILITIES. The Authority is seeking qualiﬁed multi-disciplined consultant ﬁrms/teams with proven
The Plaintiff has filed a Complaint for
The work includes UPGRADES TO THE LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS AT THE NEW TOWER experience to provide, on an as-needed basis, professional engineering services for planning, design
Divorce requesting that the Court grant a
INCLUDING REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF EXHAUST FANS, INSTALLATION OF AC and construction related services for airport related projects.
divorce for Irretrievable Breakdown of the
UNITS, FIRE PROTECTION WORK, ELECTRICAL AND FIRE ALARM UPGRADES, AND MINOR
Marriage 1B. The Complaint is on file at the Services may involve the planning and/or design of new facilities or the upgrade/rehabilitation of
DEMOLITION AND BUILDING CONTROLS WORK. Court. existing facilities including, but not limited to, the following airport systems: runways, taxiways and apron
Bid documents will be made available beginning WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2011. An Automatic Restraining Order has pavements; drainage; airﬁeld lighting, signing and marking; electrical power and communications;
In order to be eligible and responsible to bid on this contract General Bidders must submit with their bid been entered in this matter preventing computer control/monitoring of airﬁeld lighting and navigation aids. The Consultant may also be
a current Certiﬁcate of Eligibility issued by the Division of Capital Asset Management and an Update you from taking any action which would responsible for performing special studies investigating pavements, lighting, airspace penetrations,
Statement. The General Bidder must be certiﬁed in the category of GENERAL CONSTRUCTION. The negatively impact the current financial status safety area improvements, taxiway/runway aircraft clearance areas, obstacles in approach surfaces,
estimated contract cost is ONE MILLION ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,100,000.00). of either party. SEE Supplemental Probate and de-icing as well as providing technical reports quantifying environmental impacts to support
In order to be eligible and responsible to bid on this contract, ﬁled Sub-bidders must submit with their Court Rule 411. environmental permitting, if necessary. The Consultant shall have an extensive working knowledge of
bid a current Sub-bidder Certiﬁcate of Eligibility issued by the Division of Capital Asset Management You are hereby summoned and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations.
and a Sub-bidder Update Statement. The ﬁled Sub-bidder must be certiﬁed in the sub-bid category of required to serve upon: Nzenwa Augustine The Consultant’s scope of work may include any or all of the following: feasibility studies, operational
work for which the Sub-bidder is submitting a bid proposal. Chima Esq., Law Office of Nzenwa Austin evaluations, recommendation reports (including subsurface/geotechnical reports), and design, bid and
Chima, 925 Washington Street, Suite 6, construction phase services, including resident inspection services.
Bid Documents in electronic format may be obtained free of charge at the Authority’s Capital Programs Dorchester, MA 02124 your answer, if any,
Department Ofﬁce, together with any addenda or amendments, which the Authority may issue and a The Authority anticipates selecting two consultants. However, the Authority reserves the right to select
on or before October 5, 2011. If you fail to
printed copy of the Proposal form. a different number if it is deemed in its best interest to do so. The Authority expects to issue work order
do so, the court will proceed to the hearing
contracts totaling $3,000,000 to the selected consultants for these services. Distribution of the contract
Bidding procedures and award of the contract and sub-contracts shall be in accordance with and adjudication of this action. You are also
amounts shall be at the discretion of the Authority.
the provisions of Sections 44A through 44H inclusive, Chapter 149 of the General Laws of the required to file a copy of your answer, if any,
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. in the office of the Register of this Court. Each submission shall include a Statement of Qualiﬁcations that provides detailed information in
A proposal guaranty shall be submitted with each General Bid consisting of a bid deposit for ﬁve (5) WITNESS, Hon. PETER C. DiGANGI, response to the evaluation criteria set forth below and include Architect/Engineer & Related Services
percent of the value of the bid; when sub-bids are required, each must be accompanied by a deposit First Justice of this Court. questionnaire SF330 with the appropriate number of Part IIs. M/W/DBE Certiﬁcation of the prime
equal to ﬁve (5) percent of the sub-bid amount, in the form of a bid bond, or cash, or a certiﬁed check, Date: August 24, 2011 or any subconsultants shall be current at the time of submittal and the Consultant shall include a
copy of the M/W/DBE certiﬁcation letter from the Supplier Diversity Ofﬁce, formerly known as State
or a treasurer’s or a cashier’s check issued by a responsible bank or trust company, payable to the Tara E. DeCristofaro, Register of Probate
Massachusetts Port Authority in the name of which the Contract for the work is to be executed. The Ofﬁce of Minority and Women Business Assistance (SOMWBA) within its submittal. If M/W/DBE ﬁrms
Run date: 9/2/11 are proposed, provide a description of the scope of work proposed in Section H of the SF330. The
bid deposit shall be (a) in a form satisfactory to the Authority, (b) with a surety company qualiﬁed to do
business in the Commonwealth and satisfactory to the Authority, and (c) conditioned upon the faithful Consultant shall also provide litigation and legal proceedings information, signed under the pains and
performance by the principal of the agreements contained in the bid. penalties of perjury, in a separate sealed envelope entitled “Litigation and Legal Proceedings”. See
The successful Bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond and a labor and materials
LEGAL NOTICE www.massport.com/ doing-business/Pages/CapitalProgramsResourceCenter.aspx for more details
on litigation and legal proceedings history submittal requirements.
payment bond, each in an amount equal to 100% of the Contract price. The surety shall be a surety Commonwealth of Massachusetts
company or securities satisfactory to the Authority. Attention is called to the minimum rate of wages The submission shall be evaluated on basis of: (1) current level of experience of the team for similar
The Trial Court projects, particularly the Project Manager (2) geographic location and availability of the Project
to be paid on the work as determined under the provisions of Chapter 149, Massachusetts General Middlesex Probate and Family Court
Laws, Section 26 to 27G, inclusive, as amended. The Contractor will be required to pay minimum Manager, resident inspectors and other key personnel to be assigned to the project, (3) demonstrated
208 Cambridge Street ability to perform work safely and with minimal disruption to airport operations, (4) experience and
wages in accordance with the schedules listed in Division II, Special Provisions of the Speciﬁcations, Cambridge, MA 02141
which wage rates have been predetermined by the U. S. Secretary of Labor and /or the Commissioner expertise of subconsultants, (5) cost management and scheduling capabilities, (6) M/W/DBE and
Docket No. MI11D1506DR afﬁrmative action efforts, (7) current level of work with the Authority and (8) past performance for
of Labor and Industries of Massachusetts, whichever is greater.
DIVORCE SUMMONS BY the Authority, if any (9) experience with sustainable design concepts, and (10) litigation and legal
The successful Bidder will be required to purchase and maintain Bodily Injury Liability Insurance
PUBLICATION AND MAILING proceedings history.
and Property Damage Liability Insurance for a combined single limit of ONE MILLION DOLLARS
($1,000,000.00). Said policy shall be on an occurrence basis and the Authority shall be included as MARIE A. BALAN The selection shall involve a two-step process including the shortlisting of a minimum of three ﬁrms
an Additional Insured. See the insurance sections of Division I, General Requirements and Division II, vs. based on an evaluation of the Statements of Qualiﬁcations received in response to this solicitation
Special Provisions for complete details. ROBENSON YOUYOUTE followed immediately by a ﬁnal selection of the consultant(s) by the Authority.
Filed sub-bids will be required and taken on the following classes of work: To the Defendant: Robenson Youyoute By responding to this solicitation, consultants agree to accept the terms and conditions of Massport’s
The Plaintiff has filed a Complaint for standard work order agreement, a copy of the Authority’s standard agreement can be found on
HEATING, VENTILATING, AND AIR-CONDITIONING
Divorce requesting that the Court Middlesex the Authority’s web page at www.massport.com. The exception to this standard agreement is the
Probate and Family Court, 208 Cambridge insurance requirement of $5,000,000 of professional liability and $10,000,000 of commercial general
The Authority reserves the right to reject any sub-bid of any sub-trade where permitted by Section Street, Cambridge, MA 02141 grant a liability coverage. The Consultant shall specify in its cover letter that it has the ability to obtain requisite
44E of the above-referenced General Laws. The right is also reserved to waive any informality in or to divorce for cruel & abusive treatment. The insurance coverage.
reject any or all proposals and General Bids. Complaint is on file at the Court. Submissions shall be printed on both sides of the sheet (8 1/2” x 11”), no acetate covers. Ten (10)
This contract is subject to a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise participation provision requiring that An Automatic Restraining Order has copies of a bound document and one PDF version on a disc each limited to: 1) an SF 330 including
not less than 3% of the Contract be performed by disadvantaged business enterprise contractors. been entered in this matter preventing the appropriate number of Part IIs, 2) no more than 5 sheets (10 pages) of information contained under
With respect to this provision, bidders are urged to familiarize themselves thoroughly with the Bidding you from taking any action which would SF 330 Section H addressing the evaluation items (except for the litigation and legal proceedings
Documents. Strict compliance with the pertinent procedures will be required for a bidder to be deemed negatively impact the current financial status history), and 3) no more than 3 sheets (6 pages) of other relevant material not including a 3 page
responsive and eligible. of either party. SEE Supplemental Probate (max.) cover letter, covers, and dividers shall be addressed to Houssam H. Sleiman, P.E., CCM,
This Contract is also subject to Afﬁrmative Action requirements of the Massachusetts Port Authority Court Rule 411. Director of Capital Programs and Environmental Affairs and received no later than 12:00 Noon
contained in the Non-Discrimination and Afﬁrmative Action article of Division I, General Requirements You are hereby summoned and on Thursday, September 29, 2011 at the Massachusetts Port Authority, Logan Ofﬁce Center,
and Covenants, and to the Secretary of Labor’s Requirement for Afﬁrmative Action to Ensure Equal required to serve upon: Harvey Alford Esq., One Harborside Drive, Suite 209S, Logan International Airport, East Boston, MA 02128-2909.
Opportunity and the Standard Federal Equal Opportunity Construction Contract Speciﬁcations Alford & Bertrand LLC, 60 Arsenal Street, Any submission which exceeds the page limit set here or which is not received in a timely manner
(Executive Order 11246). P.O. Box 322, Watertown, MA 02471 your shall be rejected by the Authority as non-responsive. Any information provided to the Authority in any
answer, if any, on or before September 23, Proposal or other written or oral communication between the Proposer and the Authority will not be,
The General Contractor is required to submit a Certiﬁcation of Non-Segregated Facilities prior to 2011. If you fail to do so, the court will
award of the Contract, and to notify prospective subcontractors of the requirement for such certiﬁcation or deemed to have been, proprietary or conﬁdential, although the Authority will use reasonable efforts
proceed to the hearing and adjudication of not to disclose such information to persons who are not employees or consultants retained by the
where the subcontract exceeds $10,000. this action. You are also required to file a Authority except as may be required by M.G.L. c.66.
Complete information and authorization to view the site may be obtained from the Capital Programs copy of your answer, if any, in the office of
Department Ofﬁce at the Massachusetts Port Authority. The right is reserved to waive any informality the Register of this Court. All questions relative to the submission shall only be directed to Catherine Wetherell, Deputy Director
in or reject any or all proposals. WITNESS, Hon. PETER C. DiGANGI, of Capital Programs and Environmental Affairs at (617) 568-3501.
MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY First Justice of this Court. MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY
DAVID S. MACKEY Date: August 12, 2011 DAVID S. MACKEY
INTERIM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Tara E. DeCristofaro, Register of Probate INTERIM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Run date: 9/2/11 Run date: 9/2/11 Run date: 9/2/11
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HOOPS and HOCKEY in the HUB
CORNER TALK .
by Reinaldo Oliveira, Jr by Richard Preiss
In Worcester, the Historic 400 Professional Boxing Show at Mechanics Hall.
Chris Traietti fought Edwin Rodriquez. TWO FOR THE HUSKIES — join Madigan behind the
Quincy Shines in Worcester! New Northeastern Univer- bench for the first time on
rages of punches, one after another. Some sity men’s head hockey October 2 for an exhibition
landed, some Lester avoided. The crowd got coach Jim Madigan has game against St. Francis
into this fight and showed their approval. rounded out his staff, select- Xavier University. The regu-
Ryan Kielczewski won a convincing eight ing two assistants that will lar season opener is Octo-
round 80-69, 79-70 twice decision over join him behind the bench ber 7 when the Huskies host
James Lester. for all games during the up- UMass-Amherst.
Jose Medina 14-9-3, 6 KO’s Quincy coming season. TRAINING CAMP DETAILS
and former WBA World Champion, Joachim Both Patrick Foley and — The Bruins have an-
Alcine 32-2-1, 19 KO’s, fought to a 78-75, Jerry Keefe will be return- nounced a complete training
74-78, 76-76 Draw? I would have given a ing to Hockey East, a confer- camp schedule. And the
close decision to Medina. I saw the fight ence they called home as highlights of last year’s camp
this way: punches connected I gave to Jose players, before branching out — rookie games at the Gar-
Medina. Alcine put more power into his less in different directions at the den — are missing this
frequent connected total punches. Defen- start of their respective year. Oh, they will still be
coaching careers. played. But they will take
Chris Traietti (R) versus Edwin “La
Foley played at New Hamp- on Long Island against the
Bomba” Rodriquez (L). “What next?”
shire while Keefe took the New York Islander first year
This was a very good fight card that we all ice for Providence. Now both players.
enjoyed. The crowd cheered, jeered and ap- are coming back to Hockey The Bruins rookies will
plauded at this historic 400 th professional East after stints as assis- come together on Septem-
boxing card at Mechanics Hall. A fight card tants in the ECAC — with ber 9 for physicals and off-
presented by Lou DiBella Entertainment. Foley coming across the ice testing before starting
In the main event of the night, cheered river from Harvard while several days of practice
Edwin “La Bomba” Rodriquez in his home Keefe relocates from Brown without the veterans around.
town, defeated not cheered opponent Chris University in Providence. The two rookie games are
Traietti. Did that get to him? Rodriquez Foley’s father, Kevin, set for September 12 and 13.
stopped Chris Traietti, Quincy, by way of played football for the Hus- Also on September 12, the
stoppage after two rounds. I did not see this kies in the mid 1970s with Bruins Foundation Golf
as “Rodriquez dominates Traietti.” I did give his son choosing to play Tournament will be held at
the two first rounds to Edwin Rodriquez. hockey at the University of The International in Bolton
Edwin Rodriquez was the aggressor and is a New Hampshire a quarter of followed by the annual State
top fighter on the rise. Look at the elite fight- a century later. of The Bruins presentation
ers he’s fought and defeated, La Bomba on Patrick Foley was only the at the Garden at 6:00 pm.
second player in team his- The veterans are sched-
tory to serve as captain for uled to report on September
three consecutive seasons 16 with practices starting
Undefeated Sonya Lamonakis 6-0 battling and played a leading role in on September 17. All prac-
the tough Tiffany Woodard. the Wildcats’ back-to-back tices from September 17
Hockey East Championships through September 20 are
sive and ring generalship goes to Jose and Frozen Four appear- scheduled for the garden
Medina. Which equals? Jose Medina win- ances in 2002 and 2003. He and are open to the public.
ning a close decision to me. graduated in 2004. They will start each day
Gabriel DuLuc Quincy 2-0 defeated Noel Following his graduation, at 10:00 am and 12:30 pm
Garcia 2-11-1, 1 KO by unanimous deci- Foley, a native of Milton and respectively.
sion in four. Female heavyweight Sonya a current resident of Char- The annual Black and
Lamonakis 6-0, 1 KO battled and won a lestown, was an assistant White Scrimmage will take
59-55, 58-56, 57-57 decision over Tiffany coach with various U.S. Na- place in Providence, Rhode
Woodard 4-5-1, 3 KO’s, in six action packed tional teams that won gold or Island on September 20, with
rounds. This was one of the best fights of silver medals at various in- the first exhibition game
the night. Thank you, Bob Treiger. ternational tournaments. scheduled for the very next
Luis Rosa 8-0, 5 KO’s continued his While at Harvard he assisted night in Canada against the
impressive rise. He won via six round the Crimson as they ad- Ottawa Senators. The com-
unanimous decision over 5-6, 5 KO Shawn vanced to the 2008 Beanpot plete exhibition schedule
Nichol. and ECAC title games. He was presented in a previous
Undefeated Heavyweight 11-0, 6 KO also continued to coach in column.
Kelvin Price won a convincing well-fought the National Team Develop- The annual Media day will
six rounder over Joseph Rabotte 11-17-1, ment Program. take place on October 4 at
3 KO’s. Keefe played four years of the Garden, followed by
Gabriel DuLuc 2-0, 1 KO continued for- varsity hockey at Provi- Opening Night on October 6
ward with his promising career. Winning a dence, graduating in 2000. when the Bruins raise their
clear cut victory over opponent Noel Garcia As a center, he had 98 Championship Banner to
2-11-1, 1 KO. points on goals and 68 as- the rafters just prior to tak-
Trainer elite Jimmy Farrell working I communicated with many individuals sists over a span of 102 ing on the Philadelphia Fly-
corners with his Quincy gym fighters. from our fight family: Ian M. Cannon, Larry games. Following his gradu- ers at the Garden in the
Jimmy is one of the best in the World. Belcamino, Dennis Marrese, Joe Angelo ation, he played five years of regular season opener.
and his wonderful wife Sheila Angelo. Top minor league hockey in the NEW AT UNH — The Uni-
January 14th of 2011 defeated 15-1-0 Aaron Heavyweights Bobby Harris Jr., John Ruiz, United States and Europe. versity of New Hampshire
Pryor Jr., by a ten round decision in Florida. Fight Official Bobby Bower, amongst many He then began coaching has named an associate
November 5, 2010 he defeated 22-1-1 James other top fight family members. with USA Hockey in the New head coach for the men’s
McGirt of North Dakota by TKO in nine. England area, was an assis- hockey team. He’s Jim Tor-
On April 30, 2010 defeated 17-1 Kevin Engel. tant at UMass-Boston for a torella, the long-time head
I still thought that Chris Traietti was in season and later resur- coach at Colby College.
the fight. Edwin Rodriquez is an exception- rected the hockey program Tortorella, who compiled
ally talented fighter. Chris Traietti fought at Westfield State, starting an impressive 230-138-33
a world ranked opponent. I see Edwin with the 2008-2009 season. record (the highest number
Rodriquez as a World Champion in the mak- He recruited 27 players who of wins in school history)
ing. The body shots that he hit Traietti with went on to post an 11-9-4 while at Colby, joins veteran
were hard. Edwin Rodriquez has fought real record and advance to the head coach, Dick Umile, be-
battle tested warriors. This was a fight league playoffs; a fine effort, hind the bench as the sea-
refereed by Bob Benoit, a knowledgeable considering the program had son begins.
referee who was once a world rated Light- been dormant for 20 years. A former standout goalie at
heavyweight contender himself. Keefe joined the Brown the University of Maine,
Ryan Kielczewski 11-0, 2 KO’s Quincy University staff starting with Tortorella coached in high
appears to be a budding future top fighter. the 2009-2010 season and school for eight seasons
In his match with 9-6, 4 KO’s James Lester. remained there until com- early in his career.
Ryan “The Polish Prince” Kielczewski fought ing to Northeastern. A na- He replaces former associ-
like a possessed man. Ryan dropped his tive of Billerica, he and his ate head coach, David
opponent to the canvas on several occasions wife, Maria, live in Saugus Lassonde, who left the staff
during this fight. The first time with a At the fights, I’m pictured with fighter with their two children. to become an assistant at
straight right hand. In the seventh round friend Ian M. Cannon, who says he enjoys Foley and Keefe will the University of Denver.
he knocked his opponent Lester to his the training that trainers Tommy
knees for an eight count. He went ballistic Connors, John “Red” Shea and Chris
on opponent Lester in the third round, cor- Lombardi give him. Ian M. Cannon has WWW.BOSTONPOSTGAZETTE.COM
nering James Lester. Exploding with bar- talent. He’s a “Fighter!” and he’s tough.