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Page6 POST-GAZETTE, MAY 20, 20il ................................................... Festa Nazionale della Repubblica itaiiana Annual Anniversary of the Republic of Italy In celebration of the Republic of Italy join the Italian American community of Boston on May 29, 2011 at Christopher Columbus Park at Long Wharf, Boston. From 10:00 AM until 8 PM the park will be transformed into a "Piazza Italia Exhibit" featuring various exhibits, children&apos;s area, Italian caf6, music and a special concert at 6:30 PM with singer Antonello Rondi from Naples, Italy. All events are free to the public. MAY 21 Over 50 East Boston art- ists will open their studio doors to the public on Satur- day, May 21% and Sunday, May 22 "d, from 12 noon through 6 pm, both days. The artists are located in a num- ber of locations throughout the neighborhood, and work in different media and styles. East Boston is a cul- turally rich and diverse neighborhood, featuring a variety of ethnic eateries, beaches, and arguably the best views of the Boston wa- terfront and skyline. The Greenway and numerous parks provide access to na- ture and beautiful landscap- ing. May is a beautiful time of year to be in East Boston, with flowers and trees in bloom, and the weather be- ginning to warm up. It's a very 'walkable' neighborhood with interesting architec- ture and a lot to see and do. Open Studios locations in- clude: 80 Border Street; The Atlantic Works Build- ing, which features four floors of artist studios; 100 Condor Street, home to the -22, 2011 --12 NOON-6 PM DIVORCE CRIMINAL 230 MSGR. O'BRIEN HIGHWAY east bostonartistsgrou a#," new Cavity.Lab Gallery; 175 McClellan Highway, home to Future Labs, a growing artist community with over 20 artists and a number of businesses; 202 Maverick Street, home to Casa de la Cultura, where a group ex- hibit will be hosted and 256 Marginal Street, the Boston Shipyard and Marina, home to Harbor Arts Outdoor Gal- LAW OFFICES OF FRANK J. CIANO GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW WILLS ESTATE PLANNING TRUSTS PERSONAL INJURY WORKERSCOMP. 617-354-9400 Si Parla Italiano CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 02141 J00emember 00our &00ed Ones The Post-Gazette is offering our readers an opportunity to remember their loved ones by placing a "Memoriam" in our Memorial Day Issue. Sizes you may choose from are 1 inch x 4 inches $20.00 2 inches x 4 inches $40.00 Send your memorial lines, photo and contact information to Post-Gazette P.O. Box 130135, Boston, MA 02113 or by e-mail at postgazette@aol.cem Deadline is Monday, May 23rd Make check payable to "Post-Gazette" lery. Other locations include the Condor Street Urban Wild, where permanent public art by B. Amore and Leigh Hall enhance an ur- ban park with beautiful vis- tas along a formerly polluted industrial site, and :260 Sumner Street, the new firehouse home of ZUMIX, which will host an open house on Saturday, May 2P t. On Sunday, May 22 "d, ZUMIX will be closed while celebrating its annual fundraiser the "Walk for Music". All studios are accessible by foot, car, bicycle, and pub- lic transportation. For additional information, please check our website: Rapino Memorial Home 9 Chelsea St., East Boston 617-567-1380 Kirby-Rapino Memorial Home 917 Bennington St. East Boston 617-569-0305 ACCEPTING Advertisements Dino C. Manca Funeral Director A Family Service Affiliate of AFFS/Service Corp. Int'l 206 Winter St. Fall River, MA 02720 508-676-2454 y ry . iZazo .o< q; Marvelou., Beaut -- Spring 2011 Series "You Look Marvelous Beauty Talk" After an All That Zazz Beauty Talk at the North End Library, three Post-Gazette writers meet: Mary DiZazzo- Trumbull, David Trumbull and of course that talented pooch, Freeway and his human companion Marie Simboli. Ciao Bella, The talks were a successI All left the library feeling bet- ter on beauty education and latest products. I feel I am here to educate the public on the best new and old products. Also make-up techniques and tips were appreciated. Everyone had many ques- tions and I answered them to the best of my knowledge. I also reminded people to feel free to email me with any other beauty dilemma they might be experiencing, for example, salon and spa ad- vice, product purchase and use. Here is a recap of some of the subjects we discussed. My first talk of the three- part series examined "Skin- care" and "Makeup." I told everyone how important it was to use good, natural (in- gredients closest to what your skin produces natu- rally), organic products. I've tried and sold many lines of skincare and at this point in time I love my Kosmea skin- care line. Find it on my web site and find out why it will be good for you! Mineral Makeup is truly the best for your skin. It's a powder, which consists of many col- ors, blush and eye shadow. Find it at the drugstore. I rec- ommend Bare Essentials or Avon. The second Beauty Talk was on "Hair care" and at- tending my first Beauty Pag- eant. I suggested a fab hair- spray Elnett- look at my web site on a column called "Hair- spray" -- quite a story. It holds your hair without leaving it stiff and combs right out. Ah yes, the Miss Boston Beauty Pageant! -- I'll be encourag- ing gals to go for IT, after all everyone wins in their own way! The third Beauty Talk was on "Nail care" and a NEW two- week manicure called SHEL- LAC. Good-bye weak dam- aged nails, no more snags, no more weak nails that chip the next day after a mani- cure! Hello strong protected nails! It cures under a UV lamp to a high gloss in min- utes. Grab your keys and purse and go I've had very good success using Shellac! You must try it to believe itl Call me for more infoI We also discussed the scentabulous fragrance of LUSH products. Their lip scrubs are the best! And the newest massage bar "Tiny Hands Serum" made with Argan Oil (a natural ingredi- ent full of vit E), also Shea Butter and Marigold Petals to soothe irritated skin! So get beautiful and look marvelous everyday!! Buona giornata and God bless the United States of America! -- Mary 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 POST-GAZETTE EAST BOSTON SATELLITE OFFICE =s NOW OPEN MARIE MATARESE 35 Bennington Street, East Boston 617.227.8929 TUES. 10:00 A.M. - 3.00 P.M. THURS. 11:00 A.M.- 2:00 P.M. I General Advertisements * Sales and Rentals Memorials * Legals ADVERTISING WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE