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Page 10 POST-GAZETTE, APRIL 18, 2014 w,, i AMBER ALERT (DVD) Cinedigm + Random Media While filming their audi- tion for a popular reality show, best friends Nate and Samantha notice Several active AMBER Alert signs. To their surprise, they recog- nize the car traveling in front of them as the vehicle described on the AMBER Alert. Sam and Nate decide to follow the car, but with police slow to respond, their pursuit quickly turns into a high-stakes game of cat and mouse with a murderous child rapist. Starring Sum- mer Bellessa, Chris Hill and Jasen Wade. TEEN TITANS GO[ (DVD) Warner Bros. Home Ent. Everyone's favorite teenage super heroes have saved the planet from total annihila- tion, so what's next? Swing by Titans Tower and find out as Robin, Cyborg, Raven, Starfire and Beast Boy chill out after a hard day of crime fighting, as they take on some real challenges like laundry, chores, video games and plain oi' trying to get along! Enjoy the laughs when Beast Boy introduces his new villainous girlfriend, Raven's demonic father stops in for a visit, or Cyborg has his birth- day bashed by an evil pie baker. So suit up, order a pizza and check out these 26 all-new adventures. LEAPFROG LETTER FACTORY ADVENTURES: THE LETTER MACHINE RESCUE TEAM (DVD) Lionsgate Home Ent. Join. Leap, Tad, Lily and friends on a problem-solving adventure[ When Quigley announces the new Letter Factory is almost ready to open, the team takes a visit to learn about adjectives and words with consonant blends. But when the letter machine goes on the fritz, it's up to them to work together a "junior engineers" to find the best fix-it solutionsY Per- fect learning experience for children ages 4-7. DOCTOR WHO: THE TIME OF THE DOCTOR (Blu-ray) BBC Home Ent. Orbiting a quiet backwater planet, the massed forces of the universe's deadliest spe- cies gather, drawn to a mys- terious message that echoes out to the stars. While the Doctor rescues Clara from a family Christmas dinner, the Time Lord and his best friend must learn what this enig- matic signal means for his own fate and that of the universe. Bonus features include, 'Behind the Lens,' plus Tales from the TARDIS,' and an hour-long special 'Farewell to Matt Smith,' that looks back at Matt Smith's tenure as the Eleventh Doctor. BIBLE SECRETS REVEALED (DVD) Lionsgate Home Ent. For thousands of yearS, The Holy Bible has been the foun- dation on which Judaism and Christianity are built. But, is it history or myth? Who wrote it? How old is it? It's been cop- ied, translated, edited, and censored, but how accurate is it to its original intention? Bible Secrets Revealed explores the mysteries and reveals the hidden facts about the most read book in human history, featuring stunning on-location photog- raphy, compelling re-dnact- ments, and interviews with scholars, archaeologists, and religions leaders. WINNIE THE POOH: SPRINGTIME WITH ROO (Blu-ray) Disney Each year, Rabbit plays Eas- ter Bunny, but this year, he's decided it's "Spring Cleaning Day," and he orders everyone to hop to it: scrubbing, dust- ing, and mopping. All his pals are disappointed -- especially little Roo -- until Rabbit learns that putting others first and showing friends how much you care turns every day into a precious gift. Spar- kling with unforgettable "egg- stravaganza" shows why love, hope and friendship are always in full bloom in the Hundred Acre Wood! Blu-ray Hoppin' Bonus fun: Get Up and Dance! -- Spring into the holiday spirit and dance to songs from the movie. SIBERIA: SEASON ONE (DVD) Lionsgate Home Ent. Sixteen reality show participants descend on Tunguska; oblivious to the land's mysterious past, to battle for a cash prize. Strange events begin to occur, and the contestants soon attribute these occur- rences to ruses set up by the producers, even dismissing the death of a fellow contes- tant as accidental. Soon they meet the chilling realization that the occurrences are not part of the show. appg aster MICHAEL F. NOBILE, CPCU ALBANO F. PONTE, CEP Financial and Estat& Planning Email afponte@msn.com Phone 617-320-0022 ROSE GIAMMARCO, AAI Accredited Advisor in Insurance BOSTON (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) 30 Prince St., Boston; MA 02113 617-523-6766 . FAX: 617-523-0078 MEDFORD (Mondays and Thursdays) 39 Salem St., Medford, MA 02155 781-395-4200 -FAX: 781-391-8493 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 First Priority Credit Union celebrates their 90th anniversary with many honors. (Photo by Rosario Scabin, Ross Photography) THANK YOU TO VOTERS "I am willing to do what- ever it takes to secure the strongest possible future for Revere, Chelsea and Saugus. I ~will always be available to hear your con- cerns and to work with you to find solutions to the prob- lems we face. Thank you again for en- trusting me with this great responsibility; it is an honor- of a lifetime. I'm excited to get started and I'm ready to go to work for you." -- State Representative RoseLee Vincent, 16th Suffolk District BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN ON THE HORIZON Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will be per- forming at Mohegan Sun on May 17a and 18% HAPPY BIRTHDAY FIRST PRIORITY First Priority Credit Union recently celebrated their 90th anni(rersary with a birthday party at First Priority's East Boston office. Both the East Boston and Revere Cham- bers of Commerce showed up and a number of citations were presented. One from Rep. Carlo Basile's office, one from City Councilor Sal LaMattina and one from Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo from the City of Revere. JOHN PINETTE, RIP Local stand-up comic John Pinette who came from Mal-' den before going nationwide with his stand up routine passed away at age 50 in Pittsburgh. Before Seinfeld, Happjp Easter EAST BOSTON ADULT ED. CENTER 119 London Street East Boston, MA 02128 (617) 567-7873 Prof. A vellani, Director English, GED Classes, US Immigration Services, Computer 1, Typing 1, College Placement, CDL Prep Apartment Placement Notary Public, Citizenship Classes Wonderlic Tests, U.S. Citizenship Tests, Languages he was a mainstay at Giggles in Saugus. He was always a chubby kid and used his weight against himself in his act on stage. Pinette once stated, "I -grew up in Malden. I was born to be as~close to Kelly's Roast Beef as possible." He was larger than life and his humor will be remembered. ALL NEW McDONALDS IN EASTIE Over in East Boston's Cen- tral Square on April 11th there was music in the air at the grand re-opening of the all-new McDonalds. On hand for the celebra- tion was the Veronica Rob- les Cultural Center. The large crowd was entertained by dance students from the cultural center. QUINCY HIGH COMEDY SHOW Tonight (April 18th) start- ing at 7:30 pm at the Adams Heights Mens Club on Bower Street in Quincy, everyone will be laughing and helping the Quincy High Scho()l's wrestling team. Enjoy a night out and help a great cause. Staring Joey Carroll with Chris Pennie and Micki Fizzi. For more information, call 617-953-1715. Pat Treffiletti, McDonalds owner/operator with Veronica Robles and Connox' Treffiletti surrounded by dance students from the Veronica Robles Cultural Center. O@@ Industrial Credit Union We wish-all the Post-Gazette Readers Happy Easter "Banking Done Better" 1 Liberty Square, Boston 02109 617-742-1616 www.icu.org