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Page6 POST-GAZETTE, JUNE 13, 2014 3ra Annual "Step Your End.of. the-year Celebration HONORING ACHIEVEMENT -- Top of the Hub's Skywalk Observatory joined with The Boston Celtics to host the Celtics' 3rd Annual "Step Your Game Up" end-of:the-year celebration honoring the academic achievement of students in Boston Public Schools. One hundred local students from 10 schools were welcomed to the party by (left to right): retired Boston Celtics player Dana Barros; Top of the Hub General Manager Raphael Oliver; City Year Director of School and Community Partnerships, Khoi Tau; "Step Your Game Up" program founder, Judy Pagliuca; Boston Celtics Forward Brandon Bass; and Celtics Mascot, Lucky. "Step Your Game Up" challenges students who are struggling with tardiness, absenteeism and failing grades to change their performance via personalized letters and contracts. Students were nominated by their respective schools, and selected for the event based on their levels of quantitative and qualitative improvement. (Photo by Brian Babineau / Boston Celtics) by Mary N. DiZazzo The University of ALL THAT ZAZZ Cosmetology Ciao Bella, It was my hus- band David who brought it to my at- tention that when he picks me up from the salon and has to wait he has learned some-thing new. I was kind of surprised when I heard that. So he elaborated. The clients and stylists who discuss everything from politics, views from differ- ent perspectives on which schools are best, the era they grew up in and the hairstyles from that era they had to abandon to reading the articles from magazines he would only find in a salon. I remember the Dean of a local college told me I was getting a better education than most of his students. Leaving home to live on my own and work in a salon (I styled his wife's hair at her home) was the best kind of education since all I was experiencing was not learned from a book. Your trip to a beauty salon will prove an educational rn41 ilJrOln visit. Your interac- tion with people starting with a pleasant greeting from the reception- ist (mine is awe- some!) to the sham- poo girl who suds you up in massage delight! She may discuss a bit of his- tory or how she will be on the cutting floor next week since she has put in her appren- tice hours. In any case it's all good and not what you hear~about every day. The hundreds of professional dif- ferent products for your hair; sometimes you can hear a stylist explain which is the best one for you. From the latest movie re- views to theatre reviews in New York or the latest vaca- tion spot you will hear it all in a salon. Gossip7 Not in my shop! So get educated, learn something new and enjoy a cut and color in your salon today! Buona G iornata, Mary Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at www.allthat zazz.com. Mary is a third-generation cosmetologist and a Massachusetts distributor of Kosmea brand rose hip oil products. She may be contacted at (978) 470-8183 or mary@mary4nails.com. Member FDIC EQUAL HOUSING LENDER Member DIF opment team www.bankeagle.com I 800-BANK-EAGLE