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POST-GAZETTE, JANUARY 2, 2015 Page 7 ITAM Holds Toys for Tots Event by Sal Giarratani Steve Gray, Santa Claus, Toni Sabia and one of Santa's Elf. Joe Ruggiero, Santa Claus, Santa's Elf and Andrew "the Reindeer" Biggio. Mrs. Murphy... As I See It The promises and predictions are Mrs. Murphy's opinions. Wishing you all a happy and healthy New Year. /  Promises for 2015: East Boston streets will be cleaner, crime will be down, people will be nicer and recipients of free housing promise to take care of the property they live in. Garbage will be thrown out in sealed trash bags with care, trash pick- ers will be taken off the streets and a promise for a brighter future for East Bos- ton will surface! ... Dunkin' Donuts promises to get the bitterness out of their coffee and make bigger and better donuts ... Prediction: Santa Claus will send "King Obama" a one way ticket to the North Pole to make toys for kidsr ... Boston Mayor Marty Walsh promises to fine people that litter and throw cigarettes out windows ... Elected officials promise to do a better job lighting East Boston for the holidays next year ... Airlines promise bet- ter service, lower rates and eliminate the charge for lug- gage ... Motorists promise not to double park in the Bennington Street parking lot making it a nightmare for other cars to get in and out; also to not double park on the main streets, namely Bennington Street . Predic- tion: Ferguson, Missouri troublemakers and looters will be brought to justice ... Betty Ann's Bakery on Bennington Street promises to open longer hours ... Pre- diction: First Priority Credit Union will double its cus- tomers ... Damelio's "Off The Boat" on Porter Street prom- ises to open on Revere Street in Revere soon ... Gus Serra promises to run for of- fice ... Elite Donut promises to open longer hours ... Pre- diction: Day Square will be- come a shopping experience when the new housing and business development is fin- ished ... Prediction: Joe Ruggiero, Jr., will run for State Representative Carlo Marginal Street will give South Boston waterfront res- taurants competition ... Pre- diction: Santarpio's will face off with Pizza Regina and win world acclaim ... Prediction: Spinelli's will open another fabulous state-of-the-art function facility on the North Shore ... Prediction: Steve Wynn Entertainment casino in Everett will have many problems with the contami- nated soil and will not be com- pleted by 2017 ... Prediction: The new housing develop- ment at the Seville Theatre will be finished by spring, adding a touch of class to the Central Square area ... Predication: East Boston will become a tourist attraction with its fine restaurants and newly-constructed shopping Basile's position and win ...... Biggest upset in our area Prediction: A statue of Mayor Tom Menino will be erected in Central Square Park ... Prediction: C.D.C. Commu- nity Development Corp., will build another gorgeous se- nior citizen complex in East Boston ... Prediction: More Italian restaurants will begin to open in East Boston ... Pre- diction: The Waterfront Development at Pier One on was when the Market Basket chain beloved CEO Arthur T. DeMoulas was ousted by fam- ily members. After two months of unrest, Arthur bought the chains for $1.5 billion, ending more than two months of conflict ...For the benefit of America, President Barack Hussein Obama promises to RESIGN! ... Till next time! Italian Cultural Event Italian-American Cultural Organization (IACO} of the South Shore, Massachusetts; an Italian grou I that fosters a greater awareness of Italian Culture will be host- ing a Cultural Event on Monday, January 5, 2015 at 7:00 pm at Grove Manor Estates, 160 Grove Street, Braintree MA. Vincent Cuccaro will be the guest speaker. He will speak about the Development of the Italian Language. Vincent was born in Italy and came to live in America at the age of 11. He has masters and a PhD in Romance Languages and literature at Harvard University. Join us as we learn and share our cul- ture. Refreshments will be served. General public and visitors are welcome. For further details, con-tact Richard Leccese at 781-843-5095 or by email at rmleccese@beld, net. Toni Sabia, Sal Giarratani and Pamela M. Anderson. In the December 19 th, 2014 edition of the Post Ga- zette, there was an oops in the photo used. The photo and photo caption did not go together as many readers quickly observed. This week, here are the two pho- tos with the correct photo captions. We all make mis- takes which is why they say all pencils have erasers and all computers have a delete key. LUCIA RISTORANTE & BAR Traditional Italian Cuisine 415 Hanover Street, Boston 617.367.2353 11 MountVernon Street, Winchester 781.729.0515 PPivole Funchon ooms [or onq Occosion Ckrisleninq . B,id,l Show,, Bob, Sowe,., B,tMo, Bereavement, Etc. Donato Frattaroli donato @ www.luciaristorante.corn J ,qp