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. o .... . . , . , , , , POST-GAZETTE, JANUARY 21,2011 Page7 SOClETA SAN DOMENICO PROTETTORE DI AUGUSTA Mrs. Murphy... As I See It VI invitiamo a festeggiare pregati di chiamare al ificando se volete mangiare " , A big disap- to those homeowners that con noi La Giornata Inter- piu' presto una delle baked schrod o sirloin.  pointment for live in East Boston, and do nazionalc Della Donna, "La seguenti persone: Maria f 1. the N.E. Patriots the right thing to have to put Festa Della Donna", Domenica, Marzo 6, 2011, Hilltop Restaurant, Route i, Saugus, Massachusetts alle 12:30 p.m. La festa sar& allietata da Ross Zagami. Tutto II Ricavato Sar& Donato A Beneficio Di Breast Cancer Research Se interessati, siete Mellace 781-289-6323, Maria Teresa Costa - 781- 662-2752, Franca Daniele - 781-485-1042, Lucy Russo - 781-284-0362, Lina Saraceno - 781-284-7551. L'assegno deve essere in- testato alia Societa' San Domenico e spedito ad una delle persone sopra elencate entro il 21 di Febbraio spec- Saint Domenic Society Protector of Augusta cel- ebrates International Women's Day on Sunday, March 6, 2011. The event will be held at the Hilltop Restuarant, Route I, Saugus, MA at 12:30PM. En- tertainment provided by Ross Zagami. All Proceeds to ben- efit breast cancer research. ZUMIX Program Registration is OPEN IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO KNOW Returning Students sign-up with Ana or Kim and confirm your contact info. New Students need to fill out an application and schedule a placement interview between Monday, January 244 to Friday, January 284 . Registration closes Friday, Janual 7 28% Programs begin the week of February 7 m and end May 27 . Fill out an application at or just come to ZUMIX, 262 Sumner Street, East Boston, Massachusetts. ZUMIX 2011 SPRING PROGRAMS African Drumming Saturday Noon-2pm Fast-paced, upbeat drum playing is the basis for music from all over the world. This group jams to the rhythms of Ghana, a nation rich in music and dance. Take part in a drumming ensemble where you'll strengthen your skills in teamwork, commu- nication and rhythm. You'll be able to showcase your skills at public performances throughout the year. Drumline (New) Tuesday 6-8pro Rhythm is a movement and this is the group to move with. Joining the ZUMIX Drumline will enable you develop skills on the snare, tenor and bass drums with a team of other percussio n- ists. Build your technique, confidence and concentra- tion as you march to the team's cadence in parades and events. Rock-Eft Thursday 6-8pm or Friday 4-6pm This is your chance to learn what it feels like to be in a real rock band. Come together with people from diverse musical back- grounds and play rock-n-roll covers, .popular beats, Latin grooves or your own origi- nals. Each band will re- hearse and be given oppor- tunities to play in live gig(s)! This is a chance for begin- ning musicians to discover what it really takes to be in a band. Vocal Group Tues & Thurs: 4-6pm Do you sing in the shower or out loud? Are you looking for the perfect outlet to strengthen your vocal tal- ents? Join a group of young people that share your love of singing. We explore vocal music in a variety of genres, while learning basic vocal techniques, musical con- cepts and performance practices. SONGWRITING & PERFORMANCE Con la Corriente Mon or Wed 4-6pm Keep with the current and the styles of Latin music in ZUMIX's dance program. You will learn how to tighten your moves in salsa, meren- gue and bachata on your own and with a partner. The class will finish with a cho- reographed performance. Open to all levels of dance experience. High Def (New) Mon, Wed & Fri 6-8pro Craft your thoughts, feel- Z-TECH MUSIC TECHNOLOGY LLIJS FUNCTION FACILITY ' in the art of celebration Wedding, Anniversary, Quinceaera, Reunion, Birthday, Social and Corporate Events. Convenient location and valet parking makes Spinelli's East Boston the perfect location. We are dedicated to the highest level of service and professionalism to ensure the success of your special occasion. 280 Bennington Street, East Boston, MA Please Call 617-567-4499 ings and ideas into a music video. You will write your own music, learn to con- ceive, direct and edit your music video. It doesn't matter if you are a poet, lyri- cist, emcee, musician, breakdancer, aspiring filmmaker or are just curi- ous to learn about how music and video come together. Become part of the movement of empowered young people using arts and technology to create change. ZUMIX Theater Troupe Saturday 2-4pm If you are an actor, artist, or musician, this is a great chance to learn the basics of scene study, improvisa- tion and stage design. This class will finish with a rehearsed production for a live audience. Come and learn what it takes to be a part of the exciting world of theater. E.M.E.Electronic Edition Thursday 6-8pm Rules have their place, but sometimes they're meant to be broken. Did you ever think music could be cre- ated with everyday objects, electronic gadgets or chaotic sounds? Push the bound- aries "of your musical cre= ativity to the edge and create original electronic music in an ensemble using computers, Z-Tech Live! Tues & Thurs 4-6pro What goes on behind the scenes to make concerts work? Are" you interested in controlling the equipment that gets the music to the audience? Join Z-TECH LIVE and learn how to set up the sound system for con- certs, events, and festivals. Complete a summer intern- ship to become a PAID tech- nician for live concerts in your community. Z-Tech Recording Lab Wed & Fri afternoons You want: experience in our professional recording studio producing, recording, editing and mixing tracks. ZUM1X needs: technicians to record original projects ACCEPTING Advertisements on our state-of-the-art l equipment. (Restricted to l Z-Tech graduates.) (Continued on Page 15) ) " ,':  and their fans. Boston lost a lot of revenue with the Patriots out of the Super Bowl. Bet- ter luck next year! Winter has been one tough season. So far, we've gotten over three feet of snow and Janu- ary is still with us! ... The "Taste of Eastie" was a huge success as always. Clark Moulaison and his commit- tee did a great job in putting the event together ... Fans of Michelle McPhee former WTKK talk show host will be happy to learn she is now working for 680AM and can be heard weekdays from 1 to 3 p.m ... Absentee landlords need to take responsibility and give the city their home telephone numbers in the event of a major snow storm so the city can reach them -with updates on what to do. During the past snowstorms automated calls from the city of Boston were made to give residents valuable in- formation and tips on what is expected of them during the snow fall. However, much of the information was given to tenants that did not follow through, especially with trash pickup, and as a result the city was littered with trash because tenants disregarded the calls and landlords allegedly not aware, put the trash out on their regular trash days. Landlords listen up. You can- not depend on tenants to do the right thing. You need to take responsibility or get fined! The automated calls can't distinguish who's in charge, and while absentee landlords living in the sub- urbs are busy taking care of their property, investment property in East Boston is being neglected. It's not fair up with dirty trashy streets ... East Boston cops have made many drug busts and residents should be grateful that these brave men and women risk their lives to keep your children and neighborhoods protected against drug dealers ... Eastie braced itself for an- other storm last week. It looks like this winter isn't going to be an easy one. Lucky for the snow birds that are enjoying nice weather in Florida ... Cheer up Valentine's Day is around the corner and East Boston residents are lucky to have such a fine selection of the best restaurants in Boston to wine and dine your loved ones! I would make my res- ervations now to be assured of dining at the restaurant of your choice ... Who out there isn't sick of listening to the rhetoric of Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, two gold diggers making a nice living by playing the race card! Fair minded intel- ligent people realize the dis- illusioned duet needed to blow off steam for attention! ... With gas prices soaring, people are taking to riding bicycles. It's getting more difficult for motorists to drive in the winter. How about the pedestrians that walk on the street after snowstorms? Remember bicyclists and pe- destrians alike, many driv- ers become blinded by the sun at certain times of the day. Recently a man in Chelsea was riding a motor- ized wheelchair in the middle of traffic and cars were swinging around him. What's wrong with that scene? Who's to blame if an unfor- tunate driver hits him???? ... Till next timer. DRY CLEANING SERVICE WITHIN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD Shirts Laundered * Leather & Suede Expert Tailoring by Nina & Mario EAST BOSTON NORTH END 24 Porter Street 306 Hanover Street Tel. 617.567.9850 Tel. 617.742.0800 POST-GAZETTE EAST BOSTON SATELLITE OFFICE NOW OPEN MARIE MATARESE 35 Bennington Street, East Boston 617.227.8929 TUES. 10:00 A.M. - 3.00 P.M. THURS. 11:00 A.M.- 2:00 P.M. 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