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Page 6 POST-GAZETTE, SEPTEMBER 19, 2014 Saint Ludmilla o by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari Spitignev and retired to Tetin near Beroun. Spitig- nev died two years later and was succeeded by Ratislav Art THAT ZAZZ by Mary IV. DiZazzo Fall Fresh with Lush/ another son of Boriwoi andCiao Bella, PARSLEY PORRIDGE Ludmilla. Saying farewell to summer SOAP -- these suds will Ratislav was married to 'til next year is really an leave your skin squeaky Drahomira who pretended to inevitable melancholy for clean. Made with finely be Christian, but secretly some of us! However I always ground oatmeal and parsley, favored paganism. They had try to look on the bright side, your skin will thank you. twin sons, St. Wenceslaus which is enjoying the stun- CREAM EYESHADOW -- (Good King Wenceslaus) and ning colors of autumn, a new Lush uses cupau~u butter Boleslaus the Cruel. Wen- ceslaus was raised and edu- makeup palette, new scents in their line of creamy and a good exfoliating treat- eye shadows helping to set cated by Ludmilla at Tetin ment from head to toe. After color pigment allowing while Boleslaus was raised all that sunscreen, pool and you plenty of time to blend and educated by his father salt water and sun our bod- to perfection. and mother. Ratislav died in ies need to be refreshed D'FLUFF- New product Saint Ludmilla, daughter 916, leaving the eight-year-along with our olfactory that is a self-preserving of a Slavic prince, was bornold Wenceslaus as his sense, strawberry and cocoa butter at Malnik, in what is today successor. LudmiUa acted as Lush can take care of shaving soap for silky the Czech Republic, in the regent for him. Jealous of all those needs with amaz- VANILLARY -- is a sweet, smooth skin all over. The :year 860. Ludmilla was the great influence which ing aromatherapy. With a sensual jasmine and Fair- scent will send you over the married to Boriwoi I of Ludmilla wielded over new and fabulous catalog trade vanilla absolute topt Does not make shaving Bohemia, who was the first Wenceslaus, Drahomira in- Lush explains its use of perfume, a chore anymoreI Christian Duke of Bohemia. stigated two noblemen to natural preservatives to AFRICAN PARADISE -- Try and pick up a catalog The couple was converted murder her. She is said to keep products safe longer New product that has at the many Lush locations: to Christianity around 871, have been strangled by like using salt, honey become a favorite of mine. Newbury Street, Boston and probably through the effortsthem with her veil. and clay. Fairtrade ranks A tropical hydration body Harvard Square, Cambridge of Saints Cyril and Metho- Ludmilla was at first high on the list of productsconditioner applied after are just a couple. Do your dius. They built a church atburied in the church of Lush creates. Lush has showering inspired by all the research and enjoy the Prague but their efforts to St. Michael at Tetin, but her introduced the world's firstwonderful ingredients and many experiences Lush has convert Bohemia to Chris- remains were removed to certified Fairtrade vanilla smells that come from to offer. They will take you tianity were initially not the church of St. George at absolute. Africa. Delicately scented away to far off lands! well received, and they werePrague before the year 1100,These products are of high with carnation, clove and Buona giornata and God driven from their country for probably by St. Wenceslaus, quality and can only be Kalahari melon oil for vel- bless the United States of a time by the pagans. Even- her grandson. She is vener- testified with experiencing vety perfumed skin. Leaves America! tually they were recalled and ated as one of the patrons them! skin soft and fragrant! -- Mary DiZazzo-Trumbull ruled for seven years beforeof Bohemia, and her feast retiring. They resigned the is celebrated on Septem- Read prior weeks' "All That Zazz" columns at www.allthatzazz,com. Mary is a third- throne in favor of their sonber 18th. 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. Ist Annual Revels RiverSing A Free Family Celebration of the Autumnal Equinox, Set for Sunday, September 21 Join us for a magical night of music, song and celebra- tion as we bid farewell to summer and welcome in the fall along the banks of the Charles River in Cambridge. Enjoy family festivities in Harvard Square, a puppet-filled parade to the River that all can join, followed by communal sing- ing, music, and more along title banks of the Charles. RiverSing is a night like r~o other and a growing sea- sonal tradition. Helping us celebrate this year will be the 80-member RiverSing Chorus of adults and children, mu- sicians David Coffin and Stem Strickland, street perform- ers from Moonship Productions, giant puppets courtesy of Sara Peatie's Puppeteers Cooperative, the twin sister folksingers Chris & Meredith Thompson, Actors' Shakespeare Project's Paula Plum and Jennie Israel, the local percussion ensemble Bloco AfroBrazil, guest song leaders and soloists, and the magical, larger-than-life but- terflies of Gabriel Q. At the Charles, we'll sing familiar folksongs (lyrics will be available online at www.revels.org and at the event), enjoy seasonal poetry, at evening's end, a magical, impro- visational call-and-response with sax great Stan Strickland floating along the Charles in an illuminated Sun/Moon boat. Event Timeline: 5:00pm: Gather in Winthrop Park for family festivities including music, face-painting, hula-houping, and more! 5:45pm: Parade to the River - All join! 6:00pm: The singing along the Charles begins~ Come early and enjoy a picnic along the River amidst the splendor of the Parklands! For more information visit www.revels.org. MAYOR WALSH TO CONDUCT CITY-WIDE AUDIT OF EVERY STREET IN BOSTON Neighborhood Representatives to Assess Every Neighborhood, on the Ground Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced NEW (Neighborhood Engagement Walks) Boston, a comprehensive audit of every street in every neighborhood across Boston. On Sep- tember 15th, representatives from the Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Services (ONS) began walking the 850 miles of city streets across Boston in an effort to assess each neighborhood in great detail. The find- ings will be shared in a forward-facing story map, continuing the Mayor's pledge for in- creased transparency and accountability in City government. "This is the first step in revitalizing our work with Neighborhood Services," said Mayor Walsh. "Our ONS reps are outstand- ing, but I want them to know every inch of the area that they represent and the best way to do that is to get on the ground and in the weeds. By combining technology and grassroots engagement, we can -- for the first time in our history -- truly assess ev- ery piece of this City, to better serve the people in our neighborhoods." ONS representatives will survey every part of their respective neighborhood, on the ground, and evaluating infrastructure chal- lenges, identifying constituent concerns through conversations, and cataloging is- sues facing each neighborhood. The goal is to closely examine the City, allowing ONS representatives to understand every facet of their respective neighborhood while engag- ing with constituents on the ground and build- ing relationships face-to-face. "Mayor Walsh has challenged each depart- ment to take a fresh look at the work that we do, and the best way to begin is to con- duct a comprehensive evaluation," said Jerome Smith, Director of ONS. "We always want to take a long view and find ways to better serve our constituents. ONS representatives will be equipped with connected tablets and data will be gathered utilizing mobile technology through existing apps such as Citizens Connect and City Worker. This is another step forward in Mayor Walsh's pledge to upgrade infrastruc- ture through technology, enabling ONS and the City to respond to issues effectively and in real-time, with greater transparency and accountability. The data from NEW Boston will be compiled by Department of Innovation and Technology, and will be shared with the public through a web-based story map. The map will show the routes that have been covered, highlight the issues that ONS has identified, and display the progress of resolving each issue. At the close of this audit, each ONS rep- resentative will generate a neighborhood report outlining their findings, to be shared with the public and presented to neighbor- hood associations. The ONS representatives leading NEW Boston include: Allston/Brighton -- John Laadt (617-635- 2678, john.laadt@boston.gov) Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Fenway, Kenmore, Mission Hill -- Shaina Aubourg (617-635-2679, shaina.aubourg@boston,gov) Charlestown -- Thomas McKay (617-635- 3549, thomas.mckay@boston.gov) Chinatown, Leather District/Downtown Crossing -- Denny Ching (617-635-3891, denny.ching@boston.gov) Dorchester -- Alec Bonelli (617-635-4819, alec. bonelli@boston.gov) East Boston -- Corinne Petraglia (617- 635-2681, corinne.petraglia@boston.gov) Hyde Park, Roslindale -- David McNulty (617-635-4830, david.mcnulty@boston.gov) Jamaica Plain -- JuUieanne Doherty (617- 635-4855, juUieanne.doherty@boston.gov) Mattapan, North Dorchester -- Farid Dessources (617-635-2677, farid. dessources@boston.gov) Mid-Dorchester -- Flavio Daveiga (617- 635-1880, flavio.daveiga@boston.gov) North End, Waterfront, West End -- Nicole Leo (617 635-4987, nicole.leo@ boston.gov) South Boston -- Eric Prentis (617-635- 2680, eric.prentis@boston.gov) South End, Bay Village -- Jordan Deasy (617-635-4517, jordarudeasy@boston.gov) Roxbury- Kaira Fox (617-635-3296, kaira.fox@boston.gov) West Roxbury -- Chris Rusk (617-635- 4818, christopher.rusk@boston.gov)