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Page 6 POST-GAZETTE, APRIL 23, 2010 * Patriot's Day (Continued from Page I) Boston Mayor Thomas Menino Center with participants of Patriot's Day Boston activities pause to remember our fallen heroes in the Prado, Paul Revere Park on Hanover Street, Boston. The Patriots stand in front of the statue of Paul Revere in the Prado on Hanover Street, Boston's North End. Mayor Thomas Menino hands off the script to Paul Revere to begin the ride to Lexington. On Monday April 19, 2010 the re-enact- ment of Paul Revere's ride, started on Hanover Street, Boston in front of Saint Stephen's Church at 10 a.m. On Patriot's Day, the National Lancers re-enacted the rides of Paul Revere and William Dawes. Revere left from the North End, Boston and Dawes left from Roxbury, re-enacting the message of warning on their way to Lexington. (Photos by Rosario Scabin of Ross Photography) Best Wishes to the NEW YORK YANKEES The 2010 Season Should Lead to an Unmatched 28 th World Series Championship! The North End of Boston's numerous Yankee Fans are behind our champs 100%. Yankee Universe runs deep X L in the North End. l h Joe DiMaggio once said,' / "Every Day I thank God for making me a Yankee" The loyal North End Yankee fans say, "We also thank God. We thank HIM for making us Yankee Fans" Stephen Agrippino, Jr. Stephen Meriano Chico Muollo Albie (Alba Produce) Stephen Agrippino Anthony Coppola Heidi Noce Jen Noce Stephen Capodilupo Melinda Gioia Nick LaRosa Tony Checca Angelo Trodella Paul Mangone Joey Lanza Bobby Eustace ALL THAT ZAZZ by Mary N. DiZazzo Azulene-a Chamomile Extract to Sooth and Heal Ciao bella, While Chamomile comes from the Greek word "earth apple" because of its scent Azulene comes from the Spanish dialect "azul" be- cause of its color, dark blue. Dark blue is known to be such a tranquil and relaxing color. No wonder it is found in chamomile which has been used for centuries in Europe as a widely used herbal medicine for a vari- ety of ailments. Chamomile tea is said to cause a soft and sleepy mood for a good night's sleep; and beauty is to sleep welll The azulene is extracted from the chamomile flower by steam distillation. The dark blue oil extract is used as an inflammatory found in topical applications to sooth sensitive or sun damaged skin. It can be spotted in face and body creams as well as sunburn and burn rem- edies. Azulene can also be found in shaving and waxing products, eye treatments and also a variety of treat- ments for dry skin. Azulene essential oil is said to calm rosacea, and some clinical studies show that an azulene-based syn- thetic drug has beneficial cardiovascular effects. In the U.S. chamomile is com- monly found in tea. So, sip some today. -- Mary N. DiZazzo-Trumbull Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at unmv.marg Mary is a third- generation cosmetologist and a Massachusetts distributor of Kosmea brand rose hip oil products. She may be con- tacted at (978) 470-8183 or mary MISSING CAT A pure white cat with grey eyes goes by the name Kitty Cat is missing in the Jamaica Plain area. She is a house cat. Please call Mary at 617-522-4115. The Agency for all your Insurance Coverages Richard Settipane AUTO HOMEOWNERS TENANTS COMMERCIAL Experience makes the difference SPECIALIST in RESTAURANT and BUSINESS POLICIES CALL TODAY FOR YOUR QUOTE 617-523-3456 - Fax 617-723-9212 1 Longfellow - Place Suite 2322 - Boston, MA 02114 Conveniently located with Free Parking On Sale Now! THE NORTH END Where It All Began The Way It Was by Fred Langone SALE PRICE $19.95 Plus Shipping & Handling On Site at The Post-Gazette 5 Prince Street, North End, Boston, MA