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Day Square was kept clean this summer with the hard work of Boston Public Works Department's summer help Bobby Diggins of South Boston. Diggins was assigned the task of keeping the business district clean in the Day Square area. Diggins said working in the Square has been a pleasure. He was welcomed by Eastie's fine hospitality. Diggins is hoping to be reassigned to East Boston and reunited with new found friends next summer ... A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL! The most popular event of East Boston was held recently. Eastie residents were treated to the 26th annual Eastie Pride Day held at Piers Park. For the past 26 years, Boston City Councilor Sal LaMattina, founder of Eastie Pride Day, and volunteers have produced a most enjoy- able day for friends and fami- lies, that includes magnifi- cent views of Boston Harbor, socializing, entertainment, games, free food and much more. Each year, with the exception of a couple, the weather has been warm and sunny to kick off the annual event...Is Barack Obama brain dead or does ice run through his veins? I'm referring to Obama's brief statement during his pro- longed vacation at Martha's Vineyard about the behead- ing of Journalist Michael Foley. Obama's comment was that the U.S. would con- tinue air strikes over Iraq (Really, too little, too late). Isn't he leaving sensible and intelligent people in awe of his bewildering behavior? Given the fact America is being humiliated by ever growing terrorists groups in the Middle East? Our borders aren't secured, and terror- ists are sneaking into this f GENNADO S North5Squarc ~ , i i RI.STORANTE FINE ITALIAN DINING 5 NORTH SQUARE BOSTON'S NORTH END Tel: 617-720-1050 www.Snorthsquare.com Under the new management of Gennaro who also brings you Caff Vittoria and Florentine Cafe WWW.BOSTONPOSTGAZETTE.COM police officer shot Michael Brown, a black teen in Ferguson. (Of course racial tensions are at an all time high since he's in office). However, all the facts were not in at that time, and there are two sides to every story. We're now learning that Michael Brown was shop- lifting from a convenience store with his pal and was ordered to stop and put his hands up, when he was on his way back home, by officer Darren Wilson, a six year veteran. According to law officials and Wilson fam- ily friends, Brown charged after Wilson inside the car afflicting the officer with severe facial wounds before he shot Brown six times, the last one being fatal. Wilson's whereabouts remain unknown. The looting, pro- testing, and rioting contin- ued in the streets of the city and other states. These acts of violence are coming from people not working, living off the tax- payers with time on their hands. If the government provided jobs instead of EBT Cards and free rent they wouldn't have the time to cause chaos. The govern- ment needs to be held accountable, not law enforce- ment for the failure to cre- ate jobs and not recognizing those who need assistance to those who do not. The government's job is to put these lazy people to work, and take them off Welfare! ... Three candidates running in the Gubernatorial race in Massachusetts summed up the tragedy in Ferguson by saying "More diversity of police hiring is needed!!!" (REALLY) White Males need not apply ... Till next time! 0 JUSTINE YANDLE PHOTOGRAPHY 781.589.7347 JUSTINE.YANDLE@GMAIL.COM ww.J u STINEYANDLEPHOTOGRAPHYC OM LUCI.0000 RISTORANTE & BAR Traditional Italian Cuisine 415 Hanover Street, Boston 617.367.2353 11 MountVernon Street, Winchester 781.729.0515 PPivde I::unc|ion Rooms foe any Occasion Chpistenin9 Bil{]l S6ow+ Bal 9 Sho,++,+ BidMa 9 B+,+a,,+m+.t. Ek. Donato Frattaroli donato @ luciaboston.com www.luciaristorante.com J