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Page 10 POST-GAZETTE, OCTOBER24, 2014 . eeeeeeeeteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeee, eeeee-eeeee i | IIDEO . by BobMorello i VlEWS...morethanmeetstheeye .  II DYNASTY FINAL SEASON: VOLUMES 1 & 2 (DVD) CBS DVD Witness the conflicts, catfights and turmoil of the rich and fabulous with "Dynasty: The Final Season -- Volumes One and Two," now available on DVD. The iconic 1980s hit series stars John Forsythe (Blake Carrington), Linda Evans (Krystle Carrington), Joan Collins (Alexis Carrington Colby), with Heather Lock- lear as Sammy Jo Dean Carrington). Follow the rich and powerful Carrington family as they exploit and manipulate others in order to maintain their status of influence and wealth. From 1981-1989, Dynasty was THE show to watch on television! BOARDWALK EMPIRE: FOURTH SEASON (DVD) HBO Home Ent. Atlantic City, February '1924: Picking up eight months after the events of Season 3, Nucky Thompson is laying low at the end of the Boa.rdwalk after barely sur- viving an overthrow by gang- ster Gyp Rosetti. But- the calm will be short-lived, as Nucky (Steve Buscemi) faces new challenges, in- cluding a clash with a vio- lent Harl&m power broker, and a battle with his brother Eli {Shea Whlgham) over Eli's c011ege-age son, and the ir- resistible lure of lucrative -- and perilous -- opportuni: ties in Florida. If you like compelling drama, then Boardwalk-Empire is it! THE GOLDBERGS: SEA- SON ONE (DVD) Sony Pictures Home Ent. Reagan was in the White House, the malls were filled with new wave fashionistas and the Goldberg's were liv- ing large in the '80s. Docu- menting his hilariously com- bative, yet loving family with a video camera nearly as big as he is, 11-year,old geek Adam (Sean Gambrone) is witness to all kinds* of insan- ity from his over-protective, over-the-top morn (Wendi. McLendon-Covey), quick-tem- pered dad (Jeff Garlin), rebel-- lious sister (Hayley Orrantia), high-strung brother (Troy Gentile) and super suave grandfather (George Segal). ADVENTURE TIME: FOURTH SEASON (DVD) Cartoon Network Prepare to sink your teeth into the complete fourth sea- son of "Adventure Time." A total of 26 episodes featuring fearsome creatures, such as wolves who like hugging, an unstoppable horde of pen- guins and a vampire queen who plays bass guitar! Oooh! The scariest though is when Jake flips out over a game of Card Wars. Yikes! The highlight of the bonus fea- ture is a 19-minute "Distant Bands: The Music of Adven- ture Time." ELEMENTARY: SECOND SEASON (DVD) CBS DVD Return to the scene of the crime in "Elementary: Sec- ond Season," with all 24 gripping episodes collected for the first time on DVD in a six-disc collection. Jonny Lee Miller returns in this modern-day take on Sherlock Holmes, the dan- gerously eccentric consult- ing detectiv.e who's addicted to impossible cases. Lucy Liu stars as Dr. Joan Watson, his sober compan- ion-turned-partner in detec- tion. Together, they take on some of the strangest crimes New York has ever seen as they assist the police in uncovering clues that unlock the eity!s sinis- ter secrets. Only to the very sharpest minds do the incredible solutions seem elementary. MOM: FIRST SEASON (vw) Warner Bros. Home Ent. Experience TV's outra- geously heartfelt -- new comedy, starring Anna Faris as newly sober single morn Christy. Her formerly es- tranged mother Bonnie (Allison Janney) shares their lives -- and their AA meet- ings -- for the first time in ages. Add in .Christy's preg- nan.t daughter, Violet and you've got three generations of morns trying to live under one dysfunctional roof. As the women try to recover from the past, rehabilitate their relationships and rein: vent their futures, feathers are ruffled and barbs fly. But when everything around you is falling apart, who can al- ways make you smile? It's Mom, in all 22 heartwarm- ing, hilarious and pull-no- punches episodes. ALPHA AND OMEGA 2: A HOWLIDAY ADVENTURE (Blu-ray) Lionsgate Home Ent. - Kate, Humphrey and their three wolf cubs (Stinky,- Claudette and Runt) are hap- pily preparing to celebrate their first winter together wh'en their smallest cub, Runt, mysteriously disap- pears. Tley must now go on a.journey across the wilder- ness to find and bring back Runt before the winter snows block their way home. It's their greatest adventure yet, filled with action and sus- pense as well as plenty of humor and heartwarming moments. While their adven- ture does not end exactly as planned, Kate and Humphrey discover that "home is where the family is/' What Happens When You. Don't Advertise? Nothing! For information on advertising in the Post-Gazette, call 617-227-8929. The time has come, the walrus said, TO TALK OF MANY THINGS of shoes and ships and sealing wax of cabbages and kings by Sal Giarratani BALLOT QUESTIONS: YES, NO, YES, NO Don't worry about reading all the long ballot questions. The vote is easy. It is yes, no, yes, no. I think it is time to take a good long hard look at casinos as a revenue stream. We need to go back to scratch on the casino is- sue. As far as adding addi- tional drinks to the Bottle Bill, then watch those depos- its rise automatically. I say leave the status quo in place. No one 'wants our roads and bridges to crumble, but who wants automatic gas tax hikes every year without a vote up on Beacon Hill? l can't remember what QUESTION 4 is, but if Howls Carr is VOTING NO, I am too. Remember, yes, no, yes, no. UP IN NEW HAMPSHIRE Democrat U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen is calling her opponent Republican Scott Brown anti-choice. She stated, "He's being dis- ingenuous when he says he's pro-cholce." Yes, Mas- sachusetts for Life did en- dorse Scott Brown in 2012 against Elizabeth Warren in that year's U.S. Senate race, but only because Warren was so supportive of abortion as a constitutiorml right. Brown, up in New Hamp- shire made it clear he and Shaheen both support Roe vs. Wade as law of the land. I voted for Brown twice, in 2010 and agairi in 2012. I don't agree with everything he supports, but I do consider him an independent voice. He was when he served in the Senate and will be again when he returns there. DOINGS AT THE DON OR/ONE HOME Folks living up at the Don Orlone Home had a great time at last week's Hallow- een Party. Next month, Don Orione will be holding its 2 "d annual Holiday and Craft Fair on Sunday, November 23  from 10:00 am until 2:00 pro. For more info, call An- drea 617-569-2100 or email acali@donorionehome, org. 2014 PROSPERITY AWARDS AT HYATT The East Boston Chamber of Commerce will be holding its 2014 Prosperity Awards at the Hyatt Boston Harbor on November 6 th starting at 6:00 pm. For tickets/tables, info@eastbostonchamber, org or call 617-569-5000. HALLOWEEN. DINNER DANCE AT TOPSIDER The East Boston Social Centers Board of Directors will be once again holding its annual fundraiser "Monster Mash" Halloween Dinner Dance on Saturday, October 25 th at 6:30 pm at the Topsider Room at Suffolk Downs. Costumes are optional, but there will be a contest for Best Male and Female costume with each winner getting one hundred smack-a-roDs. For more info, call Marisa at 617-569-3221, ext 19. COAKLEY MUST. BE GETTING DESPERATE I recently saw Martha Coakley's TV ad talking about the issue of mental health care in Massachu- setts. After working in the field for 50 years, I like it when that subject is part of someone's public policy con- cerns. However, when she uses her brother in the com- mercial, talking about his illness and suicide, I think it looks like desperation: Don't throw your brother under the bus to make political points; it is the politics of the desperate. TONY'S CL/dd SHOP CELEBRATES 50 YEARS The owners of Tony's Clam Shop on Wollaston Beach in Quincy were honored by the Quincy City Council recently in recognition of the restau- rants 50 years of business in Quincy. Whenever I'm in Quincy, I usually stop by for a broiled seafood platter. TAste great and healthy tool News Briefs {Continued from Page 1) ISIS, it reflects another case of profound ignorance. By the Way about Boots Why are so many moon bats out there so opposed to boots on the-ground against ISIS? Is it they are con- cerned about our fighting men and women in harm's way or is it just another PO- litically correct statement? They don't seem 6pposed to boots on the ground in Liberia where U.S. troops are being sent to help fight Ebola. What happens when they start coming down with Ebola, will they say take the boots off the ground or what? Politics is Great, but People Screw it Up Most of our Founding Fa- thers had little faith in hu- man nature, which is why they put so many checks and balances into our govern- ment structure. Today, how- ever, too much power is flow- ing over to the presidency by members of Congress. Democrats in the U.S. Sen- ate led by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid have become lackeys for the Executive Branch. They sit in silence and watch as President Obama continues to use his pen and phone to rule by executive order. I am fed up watching our elected officials both. Demo- crat and Republican, liberal and conservative, do very little except getting elected and making money. Do any I DRIVERS o you want more than $1,000 a Week?] cel[ent Monthly Bonus Program/Benefits. I Weekend Hometime you Deserve! | Electronic Lcgs/Rider Program. ] 877-704-3773 J of them really care about us? Can you name more than a handful? As far as I am concerned, they are all a bunch of payroll patriots. Self-interest seems the ruIe nowadays. : Obamacare Grows Worse After Mid-Terms How many low-information voters out. there know that Obamacare will change their lives after the mid-term No- vember 4 th elections? Many folks will be seeing new plans that will offer fewer benefits. Those not on "Medicaid for All," as I like to call it, will see higher premiums, higher deductibles and higher co- pays with fewer benefits.- It is obvious that Demo- crats wanted to wait until after the November elections before socking it to folks. Be forewarned, this is coming, don't be fooled. Think very carefully about who gets your votes next month. Also, Remember the Amnesty Issue Too Plans still seem on track for President Obama, by executive order, to legalize anywhere from 11-20 million illegals already inside the country. With our porous borders still wide open, more will surely follow. PRAYER TO ST. JUDE May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and pre- served throughout the world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus pray for us. St. Jude, worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, help of the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day and by the 8th day your prayers will be answered. It has never been known to fail. Publication must be promised. My prayers have been answered. A.T.P. Quote to Remember "President Obama i& the greatest hoax ever perpe- trated on the American people." -- Clint Eastwood, Sep.tember 7, 2012 LEGAL NOTICE Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Middlesex Probate and Family Court 208 Cambridge Street Cambridge, MA 02141 (S17) 768- Docket No, MII4P5454EA Estate of JUNE LIVINGSTON Also known as JUNE M. LIVINGSTON Date of Death September 27, 2014 CITATION ON PETITION FOR FORMAL ADJUDICATION .To all ihterestad persons: APetition has been filed by Kimberly A. Gmbb of Medford, IBA reques'd that be Coud enter a formal Decree and Order of testacy and for such other relief as requested in the Pe "tron. And also requesting that Klmbedy A. Grubb of Bedford, MA be appointed as Personal Representative(s) of said estate to serve Without Surety on the bond. You here the dght to obtain a copy of the Petition from the Patoner or at the Court. You here a right to olY/ect to this proseeding. To do so, youor your attorney must file a writ. tan appearance end oecUon at this Court before !0:00 a.m. on November 14, 2014. This is NOT a hearing date, but a deadline by which you must file a written appea .rance and objection if you object to this proceed- ing. if you fail to file a timely written appear- ance end objection followed by an Affidavit of Objections within thirty (30) days of the return date, action may be taken without fur- ther notice to you. The estate is being administered under formal procedure by the Personal Represen- tative under the Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code without supervision by the, Court. Inventory and accounts are not required to be filed with the Court, but recipi- ents are entitled to notice regarding the administration from the Personal Represen- tative and can petition the Court in any matter relating to the estate, including distribution of assets and expenses of administration. WITNESS, HON. EDWARD F. DONNELLY, JR., First Justice of this Court Date: October 17. 2014 Tara E. DeCristofaro. Register of Prcbate Run date: 10/24/14