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POST-GAZETTE, JULY 15, 2016 PAGE 7 2016 NORTH END FESTIVAL DIRECTORY JULY ST. ROCCO July 17 Procession Only- Hanover- Prince Sts. I pm AUGUST ST. AGRIPPINA August 4 Childrensprocession, 5, 6, 7 Hanover & Battery Sts. Sunday Procession 12 noon MADONNA DELLA CAVA Hanover & Battery Sts. Sunday Procession August12,13,14 1 pm MADONNA del SOCCORSO August 18,19, 20, 21 North, Fleet & Lewis Sts. (Fisherman's) Sunday Procession 1 pm ST. ANTHONY August 26, 27, 28 Thacher, Endicott & N. Margin Sts. Sunday Procession 12 pm ST. LUCY August 29 Procession - Thacher & Endicott Sts. 5 pm ...... SEPTEMBER ............ ...... ST. ROSALIA Procession Only- North Square September 11 I pm ITALIA VALS iiii~iii!i!iiiiiiiiii!i ~ : ~ !i~!ii;ii? Malden, MA SAINT ROCCO Pearl Street Sunday Procession August 12, 13, 14 1 pm Lawrence, MA FEAST OF THE THREE SAINTS September 2, 3, 4 Saints Alfio, Filadelfo and Cirino Common & Union SL, Lawrence Sunday Procession 3 pm Cambridge Festival SS COSMAS AND DAMIAN September 9, 10, 11 Warren and Cambridge SL, Cambridge Sunday Procession I pm ataldo nteriors inc. RENOVATION - REMODELING .Design Services - Project Management Enjoy dealing with just ONE point of contact throughout you entire project Jeanette Cataldo manages every project from Start to Finish Mrs. Murphy... As I See It Congratula- tions to Kelly's Square Pub on Bennington Street for being named "Best Bar in Boston;" to Rino's Place, for "Best Italian Food;" and to the Maverick Marketplace and the Boston Public Library, all selected by Boston Magazine as top places to go in Boston ... Revere is ready to welcome the more than 800,000 visitors expected for the annual Re- vere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival July 22nd through 24th. Boston Magazine recently highlighted Revere Beach as a hidden gem of the Boston area. A "Tip of the Hat" to Revere city workers that are out every morning maintaining the beach spotlessly clean ... Hillary Clinton escaped two al- leged incidents while serving as Secretary of State: the handling of our American ambassador's demise in Benghazi, Libya, and e-mail misconduct while Secre- tary of State[ FEW ARE BUYING the FBI findings that Clinton's handling of classified emails was "extremely careless," yet recommending against crimi- nal indictment. This dismissal of misconduct is making some citizens very angry. Do Ameri- cans really believe the govern- ment would bring charges against Clinton while Barack Obama was in office? Even ffthe FBI head appointed by Obama found evidence of wrongdoing (which many believe they did), Clinton would more than likely receive a pardon from feUow pal and Democrat Barack Obama! It would be sad for this coun- try if Hillary Clinton is elected president! ... Lou of Channel Fish was the highest bidder in the YMCA auction to have lunch with the Mayor of Boston, Marry Walsh, at Santarpio's Pizza and Barbecue! Lou received a warm reception by the mayor and proprietor Frank Santar- pio. The auction raised money to send children to summer camp ... Two wolves in sheep's clothing, Hillary Clinton and Liz Warren. These two "Mas- ters of Deception" can only fool FOOLS. Anyone with an ounce of brains knows these two will do anything to get what they want! .... The Fourth of July was a weekend of endless enjoyment for spectators who attended Re- vere Beach's annual festivities. People from everywhere enjoyed fireworks, food stands, enter- tainment, and amusements rides throughout the holiday ... One year ago, D'Amelio's "Off the Boat" restaurant, formally of East Boston, opened its doors to fine dining on Revere Street, formerly Maggio's Restaurant ... Also, the trial of comedian Bill Cosby, accused of rape by a multitude of women, slipping them Quaaludes in order to take advantage, is pending. He deserves to pay for his alleged horrendous crimes against women if convicted ... Mayor of Revere, Brian Arrigo, kicked off the second annual "Recov- ery Thoughts Walk" and was joined by an enormous crowd of participants, including State Rep. Adrian Madaro, Boston City Councilor Sal LaMattina, community activist Joe Rug- gerio, and others. Julie Lynch of Revere, one of the founders, said she believes in the impor- tance of combating drug addic- tion by raising money to help save lives of those addicted. The walk was established last year in response to the growing epidemic of opioid and other drug abuses in East Boston, Revere, and Winthrop ... The Boston Archdiocese leaves East Boston residents once again confused and in distress. The Holy Catholic Church has chosen to relocate Fr. Wayne Belschner of the Sacred Heart Parish to Dedham, as admin- istrator of St. Mary Parish, effective August 15~. This is causing great sadness and an uproar in the East Boston community. Fr. Belschner is a favorite among his parishioners and was instrumental in keep- ing Catholics united by opening his church doors to displaced Catholics when their churches were forcibly closed. Despite how much Father Belschner is loved by the community, and the disappointment o[ his parishioners, the Archdiocese's decision to relocate the pol~dar priest remains firm. Some say it's the Church's final blow to East Boston after the closing of their beloved churches .... The already high-priced Starbucks is raising their coffee prices thirty cents. I hope those who drink the strong coffee really enjoy it! ... Till next time/ The first session of the new summer series Tango in the Park arrives at The Greenway's It Takes Two to Tango Wharf District Park, Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, High Street and Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA, this Saturday night! Traditional and alternative tango music begins at 6:00pm and continues until 9:00 pml Take a break at 6:45 pm to watch a professional performance, and join the beginner class taught by Boston masters at 7:00 pm. This FREE Milonga Tango in the Park series will continue until the end of August, but register now to save your spot in the very first session! Revel in the romance of Argentine tango music and dancing en plein air at Tango in the Park. Listen, dance and delight in the magic of tango in the Park. FREE Beginner lesson at 7:00 pm. FREE and open to the public 6:45 pm: Tango Dance Performance 7:00 pm: Introduction to Tango lesson with Boston masters 6:00 pm-9:00 pm: DJ spinning a mix of tra- ditional and altemative tango music For more info go to: http://www.bostontan-[ North End Against Drugs (NEAD) will be having a Free Arts and Crafts Program on the pool to participate. Ages 4 to 16; children under 8 require parent or guardian to be with Crafts are to the right of the concession stand building. For more information go to: Thursdays, now through themto help with craft, www'nrthendwaterfrnt'cm A Fully Licensed & Insured Company _~.... August 1 ith from ' " Commercial-Residential 4:00 pm at the ~Mirabella Pool, Moff~o GQIIO 857-317-6115 ~ 475R Commercial __ Street, North End. 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