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POST-GAZETTE POST-GAZETTE, APRIL 12, 2013 Tossed Grand Opening Brings Its Fres Pamela Donnaruma, Publisher and Editor 5 Prince Street, P.O. Box 130135, Boston, MA 02113 617-227-8929 617-227-8928 FAX 617-227-5307 e-mail: postgazette@aol.com Website: www.BostonPostGazette.com Subscriptions in the United States $30.00 yearly Published weekly by Post-Gazette, 5 Prince St., P.O. Box 130135, Boston, MA 02113 USPS 1538 - Second-Class Postage paid at Boston, MA POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the POST-GAZETI'E - P.O. Box 130135, Boston, MA 02113 James V. Donnaruma Caesar L. Donnaruma Phyllis F. Donnaruma 1896 to 1953 1953 to 1971 1971 to 1990 Vol. 117- No. 15 Friday, April 12, 2013 OUR POLICY: To help preserve the ideals and sacred traditions of this our adopted country the United States of America: To revere its laws and inspire others to respect and obey them: To strive unceasingly to quicken the public's sense of civic duty: In all ways to aid in making this country greater and better than we found it. GUEST EDITORIAL OBAMACARE: The Worst is Yet to Come by Sal Giarratani As someone who has always supported access to affordable healthcare for all citizens, I continue to oppose the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 on its third anniversary, I knew the President's empty promise that ff you liked your present health insurance plan and doctor that nothing would change would never come to pass under his signature health insurance proposal. Next year in January 2014 as Obamacare becomes even more of a reality, the U.S. healthcare industry continues to purport that Obamacare will bring health insurance to millions of presently uninsured Americans. However, many in the healthcare industry are also lobbying Senate Democrats on Capitol Hill to o,erturn the $130 million in taxes needed to fund this new law which forces employers to provide insurance coverage for all full-time workers or face a fine. Many Ameri- cans will lose their current health insurance as employers decide to either pay the fine or go to more part-time employees to avoid the mandate. More Ameri- cans will be forced to go into the government- subsidized health insurance pool. In the end, business never takes a loss and consum- ers will find prices soaring to cover the President's plan. There is no such thing as a free lunch or free health care. Somebody always has to pay and in the end that someone will be individual citizens who will find their access to health care will be limited under Obamacare and the notion that under the Affordable Health Care Act of 2010 you can keep the same doctor who cur- rently treats you will be seen as a hollow promise. Sadly, I think Obamacare is here to stay and I blame Democrats in Congress who bought the Obama snake oil and like former Speaker Nancy Pelosi says, Con- gress had to pass Obamacare in order to know what was in it. As for that photo op by Senate Republicans showing a huge stack of papers as a prop at a recent press confer- ence, it would better that they were speaking out and working together to get the American people a better plan that would really work for all. The idea that more taxes and regulations will make better their health insurance is fallacious. Right now, most polls show a majority of Americans mistakenly believe what the president is selling, a cure that works for the patient. Health care/insurance reform need not be a part of the Democratic class warfare agenda. LETTERS POLICY The Post-Gazette invites its readers to submit Letters to the Editor. Letters should be typed, double-spaced and must include the writer's name, address and telephone number. Anonymous letters are not accepted for publication. Due to space considerations, we request that letters not exceed two double-spaced, type-written pages. This newspaper reserves the right to edit letters for style, grammar and taste and to limit the number of letters published from any one person or organization. Deadline for submission is t2:00 noon on the Monday prior to the Friday on which the writer wishes to have the material published. Submission by the deadline does not guarantee publication. Send letter to: Pamela Donnaruma, Editor, The Post-Gazette, P.O. Box 130135, Boston, MA 02113 Healthy Cuisine to Boston's Financial District New Fast-Casual Restaurant Features Made-to-Order Gourmet Salads, Wraps, PaninL Sandwiches and Soups; Events Include Fundraiser for Boston Bruins Foundation Tossed , home of garden fresh salads, wraps, grilled panini, sandwiches and soups, along with an array of breakfast items is proud to announce the grand opening of its second Boston location at One Post Office Square in the heart of Boston's' finan- cial district, directly across from the Norman B. Levan- thal Park. Tossed offers din- ers made-to-order salads with over 50 choices of toss- ings, along with a menu of wholesome items designed for today's health-conscious customer. Tossed's official grand opening celebration took place on Tuesday, April 2 nd with a VIP Party hosted by local Hingham residents and Tossed owners Brian and Dana Hanseth along with Tossed executives and the Boston Bruins Foundation, represented by Executive Director Bob Sweeney and his team. Tossed Boston and the Boston Bruins Founda- tion, featured a ribbon- cutting by local VIPs, as well as the cutting of a "ceremo- nial head of lettuce," at 12:30 pm. The restaurant opened to the public on Wednesday, April 3 rd. Also marking the opening of the new Tossed was a contribution to the Boston Bruins Foundation from Brian and Dana Hanseth. Held as part of the res- taurant's VIP activities, the fundraiser will benefit the many scholastic and local community programs whose interest is shared by the Han- seth family and the Boston Bruins Foundation. Dana Hanseth, who grew up in Chelmsford and obtained degrees from University of New Hampshire and Lesley University, considers healthy eating an important part of her family's lifestyle something her husband Brian, a highly successful ' former Wall Street invest- L-R: Bruins Ice Girl Deanna Flanagan, Tossed owners Brian and Dana Hanseth, Bruins Foundation's Bob Sweeney and Ice Girl Ashley Comes. (Photo by Roger Farrington) ment banker took to heart when moving the family back to New England. Tossed is a nationwide franchise chain known for its distinctively fresh menu served in a warm but mod- ern, fast-casual ambience. Tossed restaurants are known for their ultra-fresh, made-to-order gourmet sal- ads served with signature dressings, along with amaz- ing wraps, sandwiches, grilled panini served on artisan bread, and soups. "With the Prudential Center location already attracting an extremely loyal following of guests who appreciate lighter and more wholesome fare for lunch and dinner, we're anticipating much of the same from our guests in the Financial District" stated Brian Hanseth. "Tossed will be a truly FRESH addition to the din- ing offerings in Boston's' business center" said Jason Chodash, President of Tossed Franchise Corporation. While the Chief Develop- ment Officer adds, "Our quest to act as environmen- tal stewards utilizing eco- friendly decor and emphasis on recyclable products and packaging is just a small part of the message we hope to send to our guests. We, with the help of ex- tremely caring and local franchisees like Brian and Dana, strive to give a great overall dining experience." Tossed's dedication to the best in dining extends to its regard for the environ- ment. Its stores feature a number of "green" and eco- friendly practices, from menus printed on 100% recycled post-consumer pa- per to salad bowls made from recycled water bottles and chairs made from 111 re- cycled Coke bottles. "At Tossed we're passion- ate about bringing our guests the best quality food in a con- venient casual dining expe- rience with unique ameni- ties like free Wi-Fi and cell phone charging. The grand opening of our second Boston franchise location is im- mensely gratifying for us," said Brian Chodash, Vice President of Tossed Fran- chise Corporation. "We con- gratulate Brian, Dana and Tossed Boston team for their genuine commitment." Tossed, which promotes a "FRESH food FAST" philoso- (Continued on Page 12) North End Friends of St. Francis House Raise Over $18,000 The North End Friends of St. Francis House raised $9062.00 this year at their annual Bake Sale and Flea Market. Once again the amount was matched and they delivered just over $18,100 to the Homeless Shelter. This is the most money raised by the group. They would not be able to do such a won- derful thing if not for the many people in the North End who donated money, baked goodies for the bake sale, items for the flea market or came by and bought items dur- ing the event. This is a community-wide event with so many people contributing in many different ways. It is unbelievable how generous and supportive friends, relatives, neighbors and businesses are in the North End, the group is truly blessedl A special thank you goes out to: Mary Romano for cooking all of the eggplant, meat- balls and sausages and then serving and selling them both days, along with her side- kick and husband Frank Romano. Patricia Romano, for helping with everything for like a month! Lillian Ferullo and Maryann Tordiglione for all of their help with setting up and then running the bake sale for two days. Diane Armstrong for all of her help. Mikey "FUD" Giannasoli for all of his help getting the food and baked goods and run- ning around making sure everything was perfect, as well as donating two Celtics tick- ets for the raffle. Anthony Virgilio of Old North Construction for his annual $1,000 donation. Bill, Rebecca and Brianna Woods along with MANNY from the Nazzaro Center with set up on Thursday, Vinny Sablone for his help with clean up on Saturday. Carl Ameno for his use once again of the Nazzaro Center. Ida DePasquale and the North End Seniors for giving up their club day at the Center. Mike's Pastry, Dr. Bova and Joe Pace for the tremendous amount of items they donated. Maria's Pastry and Boschetto's for their donation of baked goods. My Cousin's Place, True Value Hardware, Green Cross Pharmacy, Hanover Wine & Spirits, Mangia Mangia's and The Connah Store for putting collection cans in their stores for a whole month. Johnny and Karen at Mangia Mangia's for helping with a ton of stuff too long to list here and everyone who baked their famous recipes for the group to sell -- and everything was sold -- no food or baked goods were left overl This was a truly amazing event that raised money for people so much less fortunate than us and together -- everyone from the North End Family is proud of what was accomplished and were more than happy to help a great organization like St. Francis House.