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Page6 POST-GAZETTE, APRIL 8,2011 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 DISCOUNT GROCER ALDI ing to follow from 7 pm until his neighborhood. The best HEADED TO MEDFORD 11:30 p.m. thing of all, he is still among The German company that owns Trader Joe's is rolling out a discount grocery store in Medford this summer. Aldi Foods, which recently opened a store in Worcester, already has stores in other locations such as Milford and Raynham. The Medford store will occupy the former site of Toys R Us in Medford's Fellsway Plaza. Some predict it will have some kind of impact on Walmart. In the end, consumers win hands down. More choices means more competitive pricing COUNTRY WESTERN DINNER DANCE A country western dinner dance is being co-hosted by the Sicilian Association of Greater Boston and the Norwood Sons of Italy on Sat- urday, May 21 at the Norwood Knights of Columbus Hall on Nichols Street. Musical entertainment provided by Stan Martin and the Honky Tonk Heroes Cocktails start at 6:30pm. Dinner and danc- Tickets can be purchased from Phil Schepis at 508- 668-5151. For information, call Maria Marchetti at 781- 461-2633. TOO MUCH CELTIC PRIDE A guy from Revere recently got into big trouble at the Pro Shop inside TD Garden. Just before a recent Celtics- Bobcats game, he allegedly started stuffing Celtics caps inside his jacket. Employees caught and detained him until the cops arrived. It is one thing to have lots of Celtic pride, but another thing to hide it inside your coat, isn't it? He'll be facing the judge on this foul shot. PARK TO BE DEDICATED TO PETER LOONEY On Saturday, April 30 at 10 am, the Union Street Playground by the skating rink will be officially dedi- cated as "Peter Looney Park." I see this great honor to a good friend of mine who has always dedicated his waking hours for the betterment of us to see how grateful the community is to him for all his hard work and effort. SALESIANS HONEY HAM TIME The Salesian Boys & Girls Club of East Boston will be hosting a two-day promotion with Honey Baked Ham on April 13-14 from 4 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. There will be gift cards available and credit cards are welcome Half of all the sales will go to the Club. Sounds perfect with Easter coming up on April 24% OOPS NORTH END REUNION ..................... SET FOR SEPTEMBER 22 A North End Reunion with music from the '50s and '60s will take place on Sep- tember 22 at Spinelli's in Lynnfield. It sounds like a great time with dinner, dancing and old friends from the 01d neighborhood. For more information, contact Lolly Ciampa at 781-938- 9254 or Ro-Ro DeMarco at 781-284-5945. Recounting Two Important Parish Events by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari The Fourth Eucharistic Congress of the Archdiocese of Boston was held at Saint Leonard Parish on Friday and Saturday, April 1t and 2"d. Sacred Heart Church, now part of the reconfigured parish, hosted many of the events that took place dur- ing the Congress including Holy Mass celebrated by Cardinal Sean O'Malley. This year's Congress was the big- gest yet with more than 500 college students and young adults attending. In a weekend filled with memorable moments, none was more meaningful than the 24 hour Eucharistic adoration that began on Fri- day evening. Sacred Heart Church was honored to have for Eucharistic Adoration, the North American Monstrance. It was on November 24, 2004, when Pope John Paul II commissioned and blessed six monstrances which were presented to six continents to promote Eucharistic Ado- ration for Vocations Aware- ness worldwide. A monstrance is the ves- sel used for the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament dur- ing Eucharistic Adoration or Benediction. The monstrance Pope-John Paul II with Monstrance. that was designated for Nort America has been handed from diocese to diocese in the United States and Canada, so far traveling 140,000 miles and visiting more than 100 cities in the United States. The monstrance was carried through the streets of the North End in a candle- light procession that be- gan at 9:30 at Sacred Heart church and ended at Saint Leonard church where Ben- ediction was celebrated. On Sunday, April 3, the Saint Patrick's Family Play- ers of Saint Patrick Parish in Watertown performed the All the glory that was Rome ..... Pompei CAFF PO PI Bistro * Beer * Wine Resurrection Cantata by Bryan Jeffery Leech The Players have been perform- ing this beautiful musical throughout New England for the past fifteen years with special performances in California, Italy and Ireland. The Corrigan family has directed and performed in the musical since its incep- tion. The cast of more than 50 members volunteer their performances as a way of spreading the wonderful message of Redemption and Resurrection contained in the play. The highlight of the play comes at the end when in the darkened church candles are lit by members of the cast spread- ing to the audience as they sing the haunting, "Always Loving Him". The Eucharistic Congress and Resurrection Cantata were two special events, hosted by Saint Leonard Parish, that were both mar- velously uplifting and evoca- tive of the Lenten Season. Rapino Memorial Home 9 Chelsea St., East Boston 617-567-1380 Kirby-Rapino Memorial Home 917 Bennington St. East Boston 617-569-0305 " Dine C. Manca Funeral Director A Family Service Affiliate of AFFS/Service Corp. Int'l 206 Winter St. Fall River, MA 02720 508-676-2454 All THAT ZAZZ by Mary N. DiZazzo "Jeepers Creepers, where'd ya get those peepers? Jeepers creepers/ Where'd you get those eyes?" -- Words by Johnny Mercer; music by Italian-American composer Harry Warren. Ciao Bella, You razzle-dazzled them through the years and they got you whatever you wanted. At least that's what my eyes did for me! Now with Mother Nature always around the comer, knocking on the door we must not hesitate to pay attention to our "peepers." So the eye makeup we used five years ago should not be the same as the eye makeup we must' apply today. Luckily, eye makeup is practical magic! As we get older our eyes change. We must also use a skin care regimen for mature skin not the same one you used when you were 20. In fact your skin care regimen should always be updated every 7-10 years. Always use a "gentle" eye makeup remover. No stretching! For fine lines: Never apply concealer on top of your wrinkles it just makes them more noticeable. Concealer is a highlighter and is used for those nasty dark circles. High lighter pens are also popular to brighten up those shadowy areas. Apply a flesh-tone pencil along the bottom inner rim. For sparse brows: Give your brows a break and let them grow in for 3-4 weeks Use a powder or feather pencil to fill in. A taupe or blonde shade looks best on just about everyone. Thin brows are not as attractive as full-arched brows. For lashes: Apply a felt-tip liner to the roots of your lashes to make them look thicker and denser. Then line the upper, inner lid by holding lid taut. Finish with' a volumizing mascara. Follow these easy tips and SEE where they'll get ya! Buona giornata, and God bless the United States of America! -- Mary N. DiZazzo-Trumbull Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at 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 North End Against Drugs Announces 2011 Scholarship Program Once again North End Against Drugs is announcing our 2011 Raymond & Michelina Costa Scholarship Program. The program is open to all North End boys and girls attending a fee based school. Scholarships are given out in three categories: K to 8, High School and College. Forms will be available at the Nazzaro Center or at the North End branch Library. If you would like an electronic copy e-mailed to you, please send an e-mail to John Romano at LAW OFFICES OF FRANK J. CIANO GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW DIVORCE * WILLS - ESTATE PLANNING TRUST~. CRIMINAL * PERSONAL INJURY * WORKERS COMP. 617-354-9400 Si Parla Italiano 02141 230 MSGR. O'BRIEN HIGHWAY CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS EAST BOSTON SATELLITE OFFICE ,s NOW OPEN 35 Bennington Street, East Boston TUES. 10:00 A.M. - 3.00 P.M. 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