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Page8 POST-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 6, 2015 DINOSAUR 13 gets a promotion at Gal- (Bin-ray) Lionsgate Home Ent. When renowned paleon- tologist Peter Larson and his team from the Black-Hills Institute made the world's greatest dinosaur discovery in 1990, they knew it was the find of a lifetime: the iargest, most complete Tyr- annosaurus Rex ever found. But during a ten-year battle with the U.S. government, powerful museums, Native American tribes and com- peting paleontologists, they found themselves not only fighting to keep their dino- saur, but fighting for their freedom as well. EPISODE: SEASON 3 (DVD) CBS+Paramount+ Showtime Ent. With his ailing show fac- ing cancellation and his star fading fast, Matt's desper- ately looking for a way to re- new his fortune. As if that wasn't enough, he's also jug- gling a custody battle, a stalker and a badly timed DUI. As Pucks! creators Sean and Beverly try to salvage their strained marriage, the fate of their show hangs in the balance. MYTHBUSTERS 10th ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION (DVD) Cinedigm To celebrate their 10th anniversary, those mad sci- entists in the "MythBusters" lab have cooked up their big- gest concoction yet: 50 epi- sodes packed with the cra- ziest, Coolest and most com- bustible conundrums that the scientific world has to offer. Adam, Jamie, Karl, Tory and Grant will risk life, limb and eyebrows to stamp each myth with the official "MythBusters" seal, Serving up one huge helping of your favorite explosive en- tertainment -- with hand- picked episodes -- this is one anniversary celebration you don't want to miss! S,~BRINA SECRETS OF A TEENAGE WITCH: MAGIC OF THE RED ROSE (DVD} Lionsgate Home Ent. Join Sabrina, the Teen- age Witch for a magically exciting adventure! Whether she's preventing Werewolf Flowers from causing havoc, enduring a bad date with a snobby warlock, reuniting a baby dragon with its heart- broken mother or rescuing her best friend Jessie from the clutches of an angry sprite, Sabrina casts a spell of bewitching fun! HOUSE OF LIES: SEASON 3 (DVD) CBS+Paramount+ Showtime Ent. In Season 3 of this hilari- ous send-up of corporate America, it's now anyone's game and anyone's guess as to who'll come out on top. When cutthroat manage- ment consultant Marty Kaan (Don Cheadle) starts his own firm, Jeannie (Kristen Bell) weather & Steam, Clyde and Monica try out a new work situation, while Doug and Sarah consider their future together. But when things don't go as smoothly as planned, relationships are tested and allegiances are questioned. THE IDENTICAL (DVD) Cinedigm 'lTle Identical" is a redemp- tive movie about a young man, the son of a preacher, who rejects his father's desire for him to join the ministry and instead em- barks on a career as a rock singer. As he struggles to pursue his dream and rise to stardom, he finds love, pain, success, failure, and ultimately uncovers a hid- den family secret that reveals who he really is. "The Identical" is a captivat- ing story about a family restored and a life discov- ered that lifts your soul. and warms your heart! AIR SUPPLY: LIVE IN HONG KONG (DVD) Evosound + MVDvisual Ent. Collective memories of songs that were favorites of people around the world, Air Supply with their first high definition "live" concert film "Live in Hong Kong." "All Out of Love," "Making Love Out of Nothing At All," "Lost in Love," all part of this amaz- ing 2013 concert that cap- tures the magic, the power, the energy and the romance of a classic Air Supply perfor- mance. Additional memories include, "Even the Nights are Better," "Just as I Am," "Ev- ery Woman in the World to Me," "Here I Am," "Chances," "Dance with Me," "Power of Love," "The One that You Love," "Sweet Dreams," and "Goodbye." It's easy to breathe in the music of Air Supply. JUSTICE LEAGUE: THRONE OF ATLANTIS (DVD) Warner Bros. Home Ent. Darkness, mystery, legend -- these are the whispers that echo through time regarding Atlantis. A king- dom long since forgotten to surface dwellers, it is here that a hidden empire teeters on the brink of war. When a military submarine travers- ing this remote domain is attacked, Cyborg plunges to the murky depths to inves- tigate the wreckage. What he encounters is a threat powerful enough to rally together the newly-formed Justice League. Meanwhile, thousands of feet above the ocean floor wanders the lone drifter Arthur Curry, a man with strange powers who may be the last chance to bridge the ancient Atlantean world and our own. Join Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and the rest of the Justice League as they face off against Orm, otherworldly weapons and perilous odds. ALL THAT ZAZZ by Mary N. DiZazzo A Hairdresser's Appointment Book in 1950 Ciao Bella, Rummaging in the bowels of my dad's cellar when we cleared out to sell his house I discovered a huge chunk of remembrances from my childhood and before. Up on one shelf was yet another box filled with just plain junk on top of what I considered a treasure -- my mom's ap- pointment book from Nana's shop in the year 1950. Calendars from just 20 and 30 years ago lay on top. But 1950: why did she save that book in particular? More on that question later. Each column for January through December detailed each client -- customers at the time -- a name, always with a proper Miss or Mrs. in front. The services ranged from perms to polish on the nails. There were no answering machines then, so Mom relied on being there to answer the phone, take appointments, and service the walk-ins. Some days were slow, with just one customer. And then some were just packed in and she barely stopped all day, working as late as ten o'clock -- and off to the bus for home. The services included a "treatment," shampoo and wave, a tint, and so forth. The cost for a shampoo and wave in 1950 was seventy- five cents! Other services were priced similarly. Mary Catalano's Beauty Shop with Josie, late 1940s, South Union Street, Lawrence. Among the names she would mention over her next 51 years on earth, many were there in that book. I saw there listed the mother and aunts of one of my own especially loved clients Mrs. Pat P ..... a. I've been servicing her nails for at least 20 years now! She tells me how she accompanied her mother to my Mom's shop and would press her face into the window to see just how much longer Mom would be. Ah, if the book could only talk, what tales it could tell. So, enough about busi- ness. Let's get down to ro- mance in the beauty shop. Lo and behold, there were scribblings of my dad's (her future husband) name: his visitor's day there. And a year's appointments for her future sister-in-law, Aunt Ann DiZazzo (my Morn finally spelled it correctly three- quarters through the year.) And, of course, her future mother-in-law, my Nana Mrs. Mary DiZazzo! Where there's beauty, there's love. Buona giornata and God bless the United States of America! -- Mary DiZazzo-Trumbull Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at www.allthatzazz.com. Mary is a third-generation cosmetolo- gist and a Massachusetts dis- tributor of Kosmea brand rose hip oil products. She may be contacted at (978) 470-8183 or mary@mary4nails.com. The time has come, the walrus said, TO TALK OF MANY THINGS of shoes and ships and sealing wax of cabbages and kings by Sal Giarratani I REId) THE BOSTON GLOBE WITH A GRAIN OF SALT TOO Not long ago, the Boston Globe editorialized against Fox News Network by call- ing in their creed as a legitimate news source. The Globe added, you have to take Fox with a grain of salt. Well, a letter writer on January 29th had his letter printed in which he stated, he always reads the Globe with a grain of salt too. Kudos to letter writer Patrick Buonaugurio of Hanover. Well said. SENIORS GOING TO FOXWOODS The Nazzaro Center se- niors are once again run- ning a trip to Foxwoods on Wednesday, March 4th. The bus will leave the Prado at 7:00 am. For more details on the trip, call Ida DiPasquale at 617-635-5166. PORTSIDE AT EAST PIER Someone once said, "Let your he/art be your compass, it will point east." Over in East Boston, new luxury apartments opening up on the East Boston waterfront at Portside at East Pier. This is just the beginning of the revitalization of the East Boston waterfront. The view from Eastie is second to none with amazing vistas of Downtown Boston. This area could be bigger than the Seaport District in South Boston. Just the beginning folks, just the beginning. TIRED OF THE PERENNIAL POLICE BIAS SLANT Much of the liberal media is so anti-bias, it isn't either surprising nor funny in the least. Just last week, The Bay State Banner penned another worthless editorial, The Perennial Practice of Police Abuse. The newspaper went on to compare the recent blockage of traffic on 1-93 in both Medford and East Milton Square by a group called Black Lives Matter as the same thing as what occurred on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Alabama back on March 27, 1965 when police beat up civil rights activists trying to cross over that Ala- bama bridge 50 years ago. According to the Banner, the police have been lawless since the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215. Says the Banner, "That policy (police abuse) is 800 years old and the police still can't get it together." I think it is the liberal media that needs to get its act together. ROSE DENARO, R.I.P. East Boston recently lost 101-year-old Rose Denaro after a brief illness. She is survived by much family. Her son, Dickie Denaro, has been a good friend of mine since I moved to East Boston five years ago. It was very good to see so many family members and friends at her wake at Ruggiero's all for a lady going on 102 years in a few months. She almost made it to her birthday, but it wasn't in the cards. HAPPY BIRTHDAY BIG AL 100-year-old Ai Belgiorno of Revere recently celebrated his 100th birthday at McDon- ald's on Squire Road. AI is a very lucky guy to have so many friends and the luck to still have his bride of 60 years, Marguerite, with him celebrating his big day. AI is a native of East Bos- ton and was born on Janu- ary 3, 1915 at 424 Saratoga Street. One of his secrets to a long and healthy life -- walking everyday and dream- ing of the best beach in the world, Revere Beach. He also likes McDonald's where everyone knows his name .... WWW.BOSTONPOSTGAZETTE.C( }M