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T Ihh,h,h,,,Ih,lh,lh,,,,lh,hllh,,h,h,,hhlh,,h,II $14 P3 PAUL JEFFKO SMALL TOWN PAPERS, tNC. 50 CAUFORiA AE SW SEATTLE WA 08t31208 THE ITALIAN-AMERICAN VOICE OF MASSACHUSETTS ETT (Formerly LA GAZZETTA del MASSACHUSETTS) VOL. 114 - NO. 11 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, MARCH 12, 2010 $.30 A COPY from the Happy Saint patrick's Day Post-Gazette THE ITALIAN TRADE COMMISSION PRESENTS "Sicily:/e/and in the Sea of Flavor" During the International Boston Seafood Show Be sure to move your clocks AHEAD one hour on Saturday night March 13 th, 2010 i'ii:ii,'/i!ii'i,'i,iii i,,'ii,i,ii:iii,iii, Joe Kennedy HI Not Running Twenty-eight year old Joe Kennedy III who is currently an assistant D.A. has decided not to run for Congress in the 10 th District if incum- bent US Representative Bill Delahunt decides to retire and open up that House seat. It does appear that former State Treasurer Joe Malone is looking more and more like a candidate for that House seat. Republicans after the Scott Brown victory think the 10 th District is do-able for a good Republican candidate. Time will tell. Jerry Brown Running for Governor Again California Attorney .General Jerry Brown has decided to run for governor again. The former governor who turns 72 next month is seeking to become the oldest governor elected in Cali- fornia political history. Back in 1974 when he was elected governor at age 36, he was the youngest governor in state history. His father, Pat Brown also served as governor, from 1959 to 1967. In between, Jerry Brown was also elected Mayor of Oakland. This guy has lasting power, I guess. (Continued on Page 14) i i i The occasion of the Inter- national Boston Seafood Show (March 14 - 16) pro- vides the Italian Trade Com- mission and the region of Sicily the opportunity to in- troduce four producers of fine seafood products whose operations and personnel preserve and protect the fla- vors and fragrances of the Mediterranean Sea. Their products, which come from the hard work of the sea's finest fishermen, will be on display at the show and in the kitchen on March 15 th, 2010, when the ITC has in- vited Sicilian master chef Carmelo Chiaramonte to prepare a private gourmet dinner at restaurant Rialto, bringing Italian seafood specialties to the palates of Bos-ton's leading culinary professionals. The dinner, "Sicily: Island in the Sea of Flavor," will unite producers Altamarea, Dal Mare, Campo d'Oro di Licata Paolo, and Bendetto Scalia with Boston personalities in a celebration of the wealth of quality culinary products from Sicily and an apprecia- tion for Italy's global renown as a source for top-quality seafood. The International Boston Seafood Show, which unites over 800 seafood pro- fessionals (including suppli- ers, traders & culinary pro- fessionals) is North Amer- ica's largest seafood event. Visiting chef Chiaramonte will work with these out- standing purveyors of Sicil- ian seafood products to present a chefs-eye glimpse into the many uses of ingre- dients including smoked salmon, tuna, and trout; swordfish; caviar; pat6s, and more. The evening at tes- taurant Rialto will illustrate Sicily's seafood standouts from raw materials to pre- pared dishes; smoked fish and preserves will be pro- vided by leading producers Altamarea, Dal Mare, (Continued on Page 15) Mayor's Column by Thomas M. Menino, Mayor, City of Boston It is critical for good leaders to be able school programs to community centers to respond to changes in the world and libraries across all of our neigh- around them, adapt, and transition into borhoods. A lot of these facilities, how- the future. This is what I have set out ever. have been stretched too thin and to do in my fifth term. There is great momentum building in Boston, but we remain in challenging times and there are difficult decisions to be made. We are looking at new and innovative ways that city government can reinvent the way it serves the people of Boston, even when resources are limited and budgets are tight. One of the unique things about Boston is that we have so many programs serv- ing a wide variety of needs, from after are under-utilized and under-staffed. In order to maximize the impact of our com- munity resources, we need to take a serious look at how we can consolidate and integrate facilities without compro- mising services. I know that people care deeply about the Boston Public Library and I assure you we are committed to keeping librar- ies in the neighborhoods. But we need (Continued on Page 14)