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Page10 POST-GAZETTE, OCTOBER 9, 2009 FR. KENNETH OFM Former Pastor of St. Leonard's Church Father Kenneth P Garofolo OFM's Funeral Mass was cele- brated at the Chapel of St. Francis Friary in Andover on October 2. He also ministered at Our Lady of Mount Carmel in East Boston, St. Francis of Assisi Church in Cambridge, and Christopher Columbus High School in the North End. He was 80 years old. IT'S A CELEBRATION! by Bob DeCristoforo all about. The 'Magic Num- ber' going into the week is 11, which equals the 2009 World Championship! GO SOXI Thank You, Sox! APPLE PICKING TIME Thanks to the able direc- tion of Laurie D'Elia the An- nual North End Against Drugs Apple Picking Family Trip was a great success. Applecrest in New Hamp- shire was the place. The weather was perfect and ev- eryone had a great time. Family Apple Picking has become an NEAD 'Rite of Fall'. Playoff time at Fenway ... again[ It took some time, and they had a little help, but this week the Red Sox are in the American League Divisional Championship Series as the 'Wild Card' team playing the Los Angeles Angels in a 'Best of Five' Series. Six of the past seven years the Red Sox have been in, and that's what it's NEAA FALL BASEBALL Another fast becoming 'Rite of Fall' is the NEAA Fall Baseball Team coached by Ralph Martingetti, who tells us all is well. The North End Dodgers play a doubleheader each Sunday through No- vember, and gives our kids a chance to improve their skills under quality coaching in a competitive league. Even more important it gives our kids the opportunity to continue to be involved with a very positive activity. NEAD is one of the sponsors of the NEAA Fall League North End Dodgers. WEEKEND ROUNDUP: EASTIE ROLLS In the Boston City League Mike Lockley and Brandon Amadeo had two TDs each as East Boston shutout Char- lestown 44-0. Thanks to a pair of TDs by Kevin Depina. Boston will collect and compost residents' yard waste Six weeks: October 26 - December 4 on your recycling day Place leaves in large paper leaf bag:. or op barrels marked "yard waste" For free "yard waste" stickers, call 617-635 495 (up to 2 stickers available per household). Cut branches to 3"maximum length and I maximum diameter. Tie branches with string. PI I d ace eaves and yar waste at the curb by 7am on your l IJ recycling day. PL nc SAd ] Leaf and yard waste will not be collected during the two weeks before the Oct 26 start date. Please hold onto your leaves until collection begins. Brighton dropped Hyde Park 24-14. Edbiko Elysee had the game winner when Latin Academy upended Dorches- ter 20-12. Madison Park shut- out West Roxbury 20-0. Antone Minot had two touch- downs for MP. Melvin Booker was the hero as Boston English defeated South Boston in double overtime. Fal-mouth stunned BC High 22-20. Quinn McDonough had all four touchdowns when MC dissed on Peabody 30-7. Arlington Catholic held on to beat Cambridge 7-6. Winthrop defeated Lynn Classical 16-6. William Milano had two Viking TDs. Chelsea stopped Mystic Valley 12-6 and Revere was stopped by Swampscott 37-14. Matignon won their first game of the year shutting Trinity Catholic 20-0. In the ISL Rivers stopped our friends at Governor's Acad- emy 26-15. Roxbury Latin shutout Thayer 6-0. Nobles tipped St George 31-18. Lawrence Academy rocked St. Mark's 46-6, and Derek Papagianoplis three TD day helped BB&N pop St. Sebastian 35-21. COLLEGE BOARD: BANNER NIGHT AT BU Hockey is back on the ice. It's only an exhibition game, but when Hockey East's Coaches Preseason favorite Boston University host the U.S. Under 18 Team Satur- day (October 10) at 7pm it will be a special night. BU THE HILLS RUN RED (DVD) Warner Bros. Home Video You heard the story. The one about the goriest, bloodi- est splatter fest ever, the one made in the '80s, but myste- riously lost. Flash forward to now: Young fright fans search for the secret location where the movie was shot, hoping to find the film. What they find is the mysterious slasher flick is more than a movie. It's real. And they're its newest stars. The H///s Run Red with a whole new level of horror as the terrified cinephiles confront a de- mented killer who wears a nightmarish baby doll mask. Wait, Babyface is just a char- acter from the movie, right? Wrong, he's alive. He's wait- ing. And he's thrilled to meet fans that will die - slowly, gruesomely, and shockingly - for his art. Roll camera! (1 hr. 21 rains.). MARRIED ... WITH CHILDREN: THE COMPLETE ELEVENTH SEASON (3-DVD) Sony Pictures Home Ent. Fun! Laughter! And a touch of crass! The Bundys are back and more outrageous than ever in the eleventh and final season of Married ... with Children. Highlighted by the hilarious three-part "Breaking Up Is Easy To Do" where Al (Ed O'Neill) leaves Peggy (Katey Sagal) and the kids (Christina Applegate and David Faustino) to be- come Chicago's swingingest single -- plus hysterical Bundy misadventures involv- ing strippers, Satan worship- pers and a horde of angry, obese women. Joined by their kooky neighbors, the D'Arcys (Amanda Bearse and Ted McGinley), these 24 fi- nal episodes prove that when it comes to sidesplitting, ta- boo-busting comedy, it ain't over 'til the fat lady sings. Woooo Bundy! (8 hrs. 50 rains.). AMERICAN VIOLET (BLU-RAY) Image Entertainment Nicole Beharie and Alfre Woodard star in this gripping true-life story. Falsely ac- cused of distributing narcot- ics in a school zone on the uncorroborated word of a du- bious police informant, Dee Roberts (Beharie) is offered a deal the struggling, 24-year- old single mother can't refuse: plead guilty and ac- cept a 10-year suspended sentence -- which would make her a convicted felon. The alternative: risk serving 16-to-25 jail sentence. Real- izing a conviction would ruin her life, the courageous young woman decides to fight back. Suing the District At- torney for racial discrimina- tion, Dee is determined to battle the impossible odds in a case that will not only change her life, but the laws of Texas as well. (1 hr. 43 rains.). will be hoisting their 2009 NCAA Championship Ban- ner in a Pregame Ceremony. TIDBITS - Birthday Best to Adele Cavagnaro! - Don't Forget Sunday, October 11m is the Columbus Parade Day in the North End. I JOSEPH I I ,sso I FUNERAL HOME, INC. 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