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Page6 POST-GAZETTE, MARCH 8, 2013 ,'," All THAT by Mary N. DiZazzo Breathable Nail Polish/ Ciao Bella, Certainly the first of its kind, it was developed by a Polish company. Heeding the needs of women who wanted a healthier alternative to trad- itional nail enamel, Wojciech Inglot, a Polish chemist and entrepreneur, listened. It lets air and moisture pass through to the nail! This new and highly recognized development of nail polish has caught the attention of Muslim women from all over. With strict rules for praying five times a day and a pre-prayer that requires washing the hands and arms, traditional nail polish has been restricted since it prevents water from making contact with the nails. An Islamic scholar from the United States recently tested its permeability and found it complies with Muslim law. Naturally a trigger in sales over the Internet for the Breathable Nail Polish "O2M" symbolizing oxygen and moisture is giant. The nail polish is a final life achievement for Inglot who has been the recipient of several business leader- ship awards. He started his enterprise in 1983 when Poland was still under com- munist rule making it an international success. He received a Polish award last year praising him for "prov- ing that Poland is a country where innovative technolo- gies go hand-in-hand with beauty." At present his com- pany has shops in over 50 countries, including one in Times Square in New York City and boutiques in malls from Moscow to Istanbul to Dubai. Just when I think everything is already in- vented that could be in- vented, brilliance has a way of surprising me. This step is also a re- markable triumph for Mus- lim women who can now enjoy wearing nail polish in many different shades and still hold true to their faith! Buona giornata and God bless the United States of America! -- Mary DiZazzo-Trumbull Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at Mary is a third-generation cosmetolo- gist and a Massachusetts distributor of Kosmea brand rose hip oil products. She may be contacted at (978) 470-8183 or NEAA Majors Baseball Banquet Held at Filippo's Ristorante by Matt Conti The annual North End Athletic Associa- tion (NEAA) Majors Banquet was held on March 3rd at Filippo's Ristorante. Players from the 2012 Major League season attended along with their families. Each player received at least one trophy as recognition for their contribution to the team for the season. NEAA is led by President Dom Campo- chiaro, Sports Coordinator John Romano and Commissioner Ralph Martignetti. The Majors teams include the San Antonio In- dians (Head Coach A1 Vilar with Assistant Coaches Tim Shea, Mike Azulc and Bill Woods), Regional Review Cubs (Head Coach Dan Shea with Assistant Coaches Chris Troiano and Dom Campochiaro), Tomasone Club Tigers (Head Coach Dom Dicenso) and the St. Agrippina Cardinals (Head Coach John Pezzuto with Assistant Coaches Ralph Indrisano and Vincent Santaniello). NEAA thanks Filippo's Ristorante for their generous help in making the banquet affordable and for the great food. A thank you to Rep. Aaron Michlewitz and City Coun- cilor Felix Arroyo who stopped by to wish the players and their families congratulations for a great year. Most of all, the NEAA offers a special thank you to the coaches, assis- tant coaches, directors and volunteers who did all the hard work on the field to make the season great for the players. Lastly, a reminder that baseball registra- tion is ongoing at 2012 Champions St. Agrippina CARDINALS SUBURBAN TEAM Ken Shallow 617.593.6211 Fully Insured Lic #017936 :hanica] Heating & Air Conditioning Sales, Service & Installation kenskjs @ Tomasone Club TIGERS Regional Review CUBS Since 1969 FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS AUTO * HOMEOWNERS * TENANTS COMMERCIAL Experience makes the difference 209 BROADWAY, REVERE, MA 02151 Tel. 781.284.1100 Fax 781.284.2200 Free Parking Adjacent to Building MAYOR'S CUP San Antonio INDIANS (Photos by Rosario Scabin, Ross Photography)