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Page 6 POST-GAZETTE, JUNE 28, 2013 ALL THAT ZAZZ by Mary N. DiZazzo and Lush at The Beach 2013 Simple by Girard A. Plante Accommodating. Warmly welcoming, atmosphere next to open windows. 3) protective hat & cover/ Friendly. Decent. Jovial. Helpful. Comfort- As my cousins and I read the full menu of able. Those words describe my experience Italian delights, bread and virgin Italian oil up -- count your minutes inon a sun splashed, balmy Flag Day eveningwere set on the table along with fresh cool the sun 4) snack -- I love those as I guided six cousins to Limincello's water poured into glass goblets. Waiters and Kind Bars loaded with nuts Ristorante in the North End. set-up staff moved swiftly about waiting and fruit After a six-hour trek from Loretto, Penn., tables filled with happy folks. 5) iPod with mini speak- then a 40-minute ride on the Green Line The guys at the door held sway speaking ers and headphones all to the Arlington Street T stop from Newton, to passersby they knew and greeting charged up and ready to and a three-hour tour from the memorial strangers seeking to sit at one of the tables entertain site of the Marathon bombing on through to inside. The view outdoors, one cousin 6) sunscreen for face and the Boston Harbor, their hunger pangs quipped, "looks like a setting in Italy. The lips (don't forget nose andgrew: cozy eatery across the narrow street, soon d collet6) Y My cousins eagerly agreed to "Italian fqod" filled with visitors. People walked by chat- 7) towel for lounging Ciao Bella, It's finally here! The hot, humid summer we've been waiting for all Winter long! Not! As I write and the temps rise to 95, I sit in the cool- ness of my air conditioner! Such a short time of year to build our lives around! That's New England for you. My Poolside Cabana and its Tiki Bar with moving lighted fla- mingos and dancing dolls will have to wait! When it does I'll be ready! Are you? Is your pool/beach bag ready for fun in the sun and water? Here's your check listT 1) bottles of water -- freeze it overnight for a long sip! 2) sunscreen -- follow directions accordingly for re-application 8) scented towelettes and tissues 9) brush/comb 10) LUSH'S Beach Box including Sea Spray Hair Mist to keep a tidy-do! Dream Cream for soft hands and body, Seanik solid shampoo bar, Ocean Salt face and body scrub and Sea Vegetable soapl All samples smell divine and won't take any roomt 11) fab sunglasses 12) protection for feet from hot sand and cement! So Glamazons that just about wraps it up for some fun in the sun! Buona giornata and God bless the United States of AmericaI -- Mary DiZazzo-Trumbull Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at unvw.allthatzazz.eom. Mary is a third-generation cosmetolo- gist and a Massachusetts distributor of Kosmea brand rose hip oil products. She may be contacted at (978) 470-8183 or mary@mary4nails.com. NECC Meetin Scheduled for July 2nd The North End Chamber of Commerce (NECC) will be meeting on Tuesday, July 2"d at 3:30 pm in St. Leonard's Hall, 35 Prince Street. All North End/Waterfront business owners are welcome to attend. According to NECC President, Donna Freni, the July 2"d meeting will be the second in a series of monthly meet- ings planned for the coming year. The meeting has an informative agenda that will demonstrate the benefits of being a NECC member, she added. NECC is launching a comprehensive marketing and advertising campaign that brands the North End as Little Italy, promotes North End businesses and encourages visitors to dine, shop and enjoy all that the North End has to offer. Additional information about NECC promotional activities will be discussed at the July 2"d meeting. "The Chamber plays a vital role in the neighborhood and it's a rewarding experience to serve as the President," Freni stated. The Chamber meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 3:30 pm in St. Leonard's Hall, 35 Prince Street. when I mentioned that it was 6:30 pm and we could eat quickly by going a few blocks from where we stopped our tour in front of Christopher Columbus Park to decide, to the North End to Limoncello's. Their short stroll brought relief as they realized a delicious fine dining Italian food experience was min- utes away.Upon arriving at Limincello's doorstep, three men stood outside talking. One asked: "Do you have reservations?" We did not. "Don't worry. I'll get you in." Imme- diately, he spoke Italian to a tall lightly- bearded man who stepped inside the entry and instructed (speaking Italian, of course) to staff who hurriedly moved tables and chairs together. Within seconds, the smiling tall guy gestured us to a table draped with white linen table cloths adorned with silverware and small roses. My cousins grew content as they plopped down to relax in a homey ting; others moved slowly admiring the unique Old World architecture of the build- ings at that end of North Street. Our memorable evening in the North End's North Street neighborhood closed with my cousins' ice-cream penchant at a tiny shop across from Mother Anna's Restaurant at the western edge of Hanover Street. Final relief a few blocks from the vener- able main North End thoroughfare arrived adjacent to Boston Garden at North Station. A pink sunset lit up the sky above Zakim Bridge as we quickly reached the elevator to the subway to hop the Green Line back to Newton. Never failing to offer superb service with personable hospitality, Limoncello's assures visitors that numerous niceties are spread across the North End's cozy neighborhoods. By the way: Paul Revere's house is three doors from Limoncello's! Caliente ! Returns to City Hall Plaza Salsa Sensation Jerry Rivera Headlines 6th Annual Latin Music Festival Mayor Thomas M. Menino's Office of Arts, Tour- ism & Special Events has announced that Caliente! a celebration of Latin music and culture, will take place on Boston City Hall Plaza, Saturday, July 13TM, from 7:00-9:30 pm. The program will be headlined by salsa great Jerry Rivera. Now in its 6 year, Caliente! has emerged as a major cul- tural event for the Latino community in Boston. Eguie Castrillo, all-star artist and Berklee faculty member, will open up with his orchestra for salsa superstar, Jerry Rivera. Grammy-nominated artist Jerry Rivera has been a force in Salsa music since his debut, Ernpezando a Vivir. The recipient of nu- merous awards over the course of his career, includ- ing Salsa Artist of the Year (Latin Music Awards) and Best Male Artist of the Year (Lo Nuestro Awards), he has sold millions of albums worldwide. For more on Caliente! call 617-635-3911 or visit www.cityoJboston.gov / arts. Owned and operated by Pamela Donnaruma, Publisher, Post-Gazette Our representative will be available to: Accept payments. (Check or money order on~y-no cash, please.) Process elderly or disabled persons discount forms. Arrange payment plans for delinquent accounts. Resolve billing or service complaints. Review water consumption data for your property. Explain BWSC customer programs. Need more information? Call the Community Services Department at 617-989-7000. 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