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Page 6 POST-GAZETTE, JULY 29, 2011 ALL THAT ZAZZ by Mary N. DiZazzo Ciao Bella, "Beauty Culture" can be viewed many ways. Especially, according to All That Zazz, Beauty is every- where! I've broughl you trips, muse- ums, theatre and of course the care of oneself to beautify maintain. All in the name of Beauty, I bring you my latest ad- venture to Provincetown, Ca Cod. There, just coming into town, passing the curvaceous dunes, cruising down narrow Commercial Street filled with walking people, music blasting my 80s Best of Rick Astley CO. Our baby blue Zip Car "Muffet" Mini Coo- per with top down and sunshine warming our faces. Here are the sights and smells of ocean, flower bushes of beach roses and hyacinth. The Portuguese Bakery also fills the air with its fresh sweet goods! The senses of smell are extravagantly rich as we continue our travel in this artful culture of art galler- ies, clothing stores, restaurants of seafood and pride! My trips to P'town are outnum- bered by a span of over 30 years. Every visit never disappoints with all its kitschy glory. This year the gardens spoke to me in immense color and abundance. "See you old man win- ter. We're back, we're here and we're staying!" A new adventure this year was un- expected, most exhilarating and quite breath taking! Our friend, Rich J., took us out dune-buggying in his jeep. There we were driving through the warm sands of Race Town Point and its lighthouse. As we Crier kept plowing through the soft of Provincetown sand, Rich pulled right up to the seashore, waves and foam wait- ing to cool our feet! Truly amazing[ I've barely recovered! Beauty lies in the soul of a new adven- ture. It tantalizes your inner being with a calming verve. Choose one wisely. -- Mary DiZazzo-Trumbull P.S. Big Happy Anniversary wishes to The Post-Gazette- molti baci!!! Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at Mary is a third- generation cosmetologist and a Massachusetts distributor of Kosmea brand rose hip oil prod- ucts. She may be contacted at (978) 470-8183 or I SAVE THE DATE ... Join us on Thursday, September 22, 2011 from 6-10 PM at Spinelli's, Route One South, Lynnfield, MA for dinner and dancing. Music from the '50s and '60s. Limited to 250 people. Call early, deadline to purchase tickets is September 2, 2011. Contact Lolly Ciampa at 781-938-9254 or Ro-Ro DeMarco at 781-284-5945. Elder Service Plan helps older adults stay in our community in their own homes, for as long as possible. As a Medicare-approved Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly [PACE). we provide the care that allows each participant to live with dignity and in the place they call home. We provide and coordinate the many different services an older adult may require, such as: Primary and specialty medical care Home nursing and personal care . Rehabilitation Social interaction Medications without co-pays and coverage gaps Transportation to PACE Day Health Centers and medical appointments The Elder Service Plan is the ideal solution for older adults families who want an to nursing home care, need a care le for the right combination to keep a loved one at home. find. out more, call 617-568-6377 or visit us at lderservice. WeJoyfulltj Welcome Joke JV cholas fgRosa We wish to congratulate proud parents Patty and Nicholas LaRosa of Boston, Massachusetts on the birth of their son Jake, bern June 23 2011, weigh- ing in at 5 pounds, 11 ounces. Grandparents are: Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. LaRosa of the North End, Boston, Kaye and Randy Daniel of Marble Falls, TX, Bob and Barbara Warford of Hot Springs, AR. Two Enjoyable Walks ..... by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari A View from the Sugar Bowl. Boston, compact and var- bery, you become aware of ied, is a city made for walk- their subtle differences and ers, making this one more interesting plantings that aspect of the many that con-accompany you along your tribute to our enjoyment of way. You pass the Mothers' the city, helping to make it, ~ Walk and the fountain at least for us, an ideal place to live. Because we love to walk, we are always looking for new routes; two at the top of our list for sheer en- joyment are the walk along the Greenway and South Boston's Sugar Bowl. As you walk along the Greenway, that stretch of park that begins at North Station and ends at South Station, it is hard to believe that just a few years ago an overhead expressway occupied the same stretch of land creating a dark and forbidding corrldor as a con- sequence. We begin our Greenway walk at the top of Hanover Street and gradu- ally make our way past the carousel and the new Harbor Islands Pavilion. As you walk through the connecting parks that make up the Greenway, with their mani- cured lawns and thick shrub- where children dart excit- edly through jets of water that seem to constantly catch them by surprise and are next greeted by Harbor Fog, the interactive sculp- ture by Ross Miller. As we cross Congress Street and enter the Urban Park the terrain suddenly changes and we find our- selves walking along a gravel path flanked by Black Eyed Susans, Yellow Lilies and Hydrangeas; of course there are benches along the entire Greenway. but it is here fhaf we usually top and sit, just for a couple of moments simply to enjoy this beautiful section of the Greenway. Our walk takes us through the wonderful little park in Chinatown with its bamboo trees, waterfall and stream. (Continued' on Page 14)