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POST-GAZETTE, MARCH 16, 2012 Pages Mrs. Murphy... As I See It It's St. Patrick's and has great ideas for the up endorsements from Louis Day. A happy City he now represents. Farrakkan, and the Rev. Jer- one to all those Asked about Casino Gam- emy Wright, it doesn't get that celebrate bling in the area, and he more communist than that this fun holiday said he's doing his utmost to ... The town of Marblehead ... People are spending their spare time at Revere Beach very early this year. The weather has been so beau- tiful that people want to be- gin their summer fun. How- ever, people living on the boulevard are finding the traffic to be a bit much this early in the year!!! ... Newly elected Mayor of Revere Dan Rizzo was spotted at Renzo Pizza recently enjoying one of their now famous pizzas. According to his constitu- ents, Rizzo is a people's mayor, trying his best to keep in touch with city needs. Rizzo appears to be easy to communicate with, bring the venture to the city. Rizzo reiterated, "It's a win, win proposition if we're lucky enough to get selected." ... Newt Gingrich is becoming ridiculous. The ultra egotis- tical Gingrich is making a fool of himself by staying in the race! No doubt he's knowledgeable, but he's not electable ... Meanwhile Mitt Romney is gaining a lot of momentum and has picked up a lot of delegates to win the nomination. Rick Santorum another diehard is only popular among his far right Christian friends. He also is unelectable ... Barack Obama has picked wants to ban leaf blowers citing their too noisy. Will these people get real! The trains we ride are too noisy, the boat whistles are too noisy; rock concerts that their kids go to are too noisy. House alarms are too noisy, shrill store alarms that you hear in department stores are too noisy, planes overhead are too noisy; the country we live in is too noisy. Get real -- should we ban all the above??? The legal noise barrier is 85 percent -- almost every- thing mentioned is over that level. Till Next time! Grammy Award-winning Steve Tyrell AT SCULLERS JAZZ CLUB Grammy Award-winning vocal- ist Steve Tyrell is truly a renais- sance man. In his four and a half decades in the music business, he has achieved great success as an artist, producer, songwriter, music supervisor, and performer. With his breakthrough perfor- mances in "Father of the Bride" and "Father of the Bride II," Steve Tyrell reinvented and re-popularized clas- sic pop standards for a modern-day audience. Steve has sold hundreds of thousands of al- bums and gained a passionate following all over the world. His hits "The Way You Look Tonight," "The Simple Life," "Crush On You" and "The Sunny Side of The Street," have launched thousands of weddings and millions of romances. Steve is appearing at Scullers Jazz Club at the Doubletree Suites by Hilton Hotel Boston, 400 Soldiers Field Road on March 14-17. Show times: 8:00 pm and 10:00 pm. For tickets and further informa- tion, please call 617-562-4111 or email Info@ScullersJazz.com. CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1. *Usually second half of "Law & Order" 6. Nada 9. Do, re or mi 13. All plants and animals 14. Dental group 15. of Honor 16. On the move 17. Scottish hero Rob 18. Egg-shaped object 19. *What survivors and losers have in common 21. Often considered wise 23. Makes feathers stick 24. "The __ of Life," movie 25. Pipe material 28. Forbidden 30. Crushed grain of various cereals 35.."What "CSI" does on CBS on Wed. nights 37. Original Cohiba producer 39. It's delayed in summer 40. Christmas season 41. *In search of an apprentice 43. Italian money 44. Remote in manner 46. Attorney's bargain 47. Disparaging remark 48. Praying insect 50. Not in favor of 52. Printing unit, pl. 53. Scoff 55. *They know drama? 57. *What Aguilera judges 59. *One show has 60 of these 63. Laughing predator 65. *Everybody used to love this actor 67. 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Singles 59. Asian starling 60. Tropical edible root 61. Knight's chest plate 62. Neptune's domains 63. Gardening tool 64. High-pitched bark 66. Marching insect (Solution on Page 10) Noritaka Ito TO PERFORM ATTHE Dante Alighieri Society The Dante Alighieri Society of Massachusetts presents international concert pianist Noritaka Ito on Sunday, March 18, 2012 beginning at 3:00 pm. A small donation for "dogs for the blind" will gratefully be accepted at 41 Hampshire Street, Cam- bridge, Massachusetts. Noritaka Ito will be per- forming Respighi: Valse Caressante, Notturno, Mus- sorgski: Pictures at an Exhi- bition, Kubo: Aftershock, Beethoven "Appassionata." Ito currently lives in Hiroshima and is one of the youngest faculty members at the Elisabeth University of Music and Fukuyama Heisei University. The Dante Alighieri Society of Massachusetts is one of almost 500 chapters of a worldwide association founded in 1889 by Nobel Prize winner Giosu6 Carducci and is dedi- cated to the diffusion of Italian language and culture. It regularly sponsors musical performances, lectures, films, and international events. For more information, please visit http: / / www.dantemass.org/ dante. Featuring ... 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