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,t, duh,l.llh,1,11,h,.qhvIN, td.,tlMl,tlhll'i' .............. MIXED ADC OJO 15 PAUL JEFFKO SMALL TOWN PAPERS. INC. 217 W COTA ST SPELTON WA g8584-22~3 THE ITALIAN-AMERICAN VOICE OF MASSACHUSETTS (Formerly LA GAZZETTA del MASSACHUSETTS) VOL. 120 NO. 47 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, NOVEMBER 18, 2016 $.35 A COPY Faneuil Hall Marketplace Tree Lig g . A Free Light & Sound Show Featuring the Music oftheHohday Pops Blink! -- the state-of-the-art light & sound extravaganza that transforms every inch of America's first open marketplace -- returns to Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Marketplace Center for a fourth year. This magical and unforgettable light show uses over 350,000 LED lights to illuminate Boston's skyline -- to the song stylings of the Holiday Pops -- in a seven-minute spectacle that runs continuously each evening beginning November 20% Kick off the holidays at the Tree Lighting Spectacular on Saturday, November 19"~ with our live broadcast on WBZ-TV, Channel 4 and simulcast on myTV38 (WSBK-TV} beginning at 8:00 pm. Performers include America's Got Talent finalist Sons of Serendip, singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor, Blue Man Group, the Boston Ballet's Nutcracker, The Boston Children's Chorus and more to be announced. Performance Times Blink! Light and Sound show lights up the entire Marketplace and begins at 4:30 pm daily. The first show starts on the Main Tree at Marketplace Center and on the trees in South Market at 4i30 pm and runs every hot~r on the half hour. The North Market show begins at 5:00 pm and runs every hour on the hour. Blink! Fun Facts It is the FIRST tree lighting ceremony of the season. The holiday tree is the biggest tree in the Northeast, even big- ger than the beloved Rockefeller Center tree. Faneuil Hall MarketPlace is an official New England Patriots ,.+. ....." i ..... ...... . Toy Drive drop off 106ation, | .... Holiday Entertainment [ 70 keep the holiday excitement growing, a series of outdoor l .... pe ormances will take place throughout the season featuring tour- | ing companies of Broadway shows, pop bands, holiday carolers, | ' dance troupes, bell ringers and local musicians, l --' i~i!!iii!i~i~il ii~ii!i!iiiiii!i iiiii!!ii!ii!! iiiiiiiii!iiiiii!iiiiiil ~i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! !!i!ii!iiiiiiiiiiil iiil iiiiii~ii!iii~ilil ii!ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii] !ii~!i!ii :~iiil;ii!~i ~:i:iii:i:ii[i~:i~!! iiiiilili!iiii!iiil Cruel Texas Cop Gets Canned A police officer in San Antonio, Texas, has been fired after an intemal investigation determined he tried give a homeless man a sandwich filled with feces. Police Chief William McManus said the former officer had committed "a vile and disgusting act." The fired cop was with the department for five years and reportedly told another officer that he had made a feces sandwich for a homeless person. The second officer told him to go take back that sand- wich. At least two officers reported him to the chief. This officer must have thought it was a harmless prank. He deserved to get Canned, and he should have been made to eat the sandwich himself. What's with All the Street Theater? Anti-Trump protesters have been out in full force since the election results came in, from Oakland and Los Angeles to Chicago, Philly, New York and Boston. Have these "Black Lives Matter" losers and unedu- cated college know-it-alls have nothing better to do with themselves? One young college space-head t01d the media, "We are young, we are educated, we will change the world." Other marcher's were seen on TV carrying a sign that read, "F--- Trump. Kill Trump." A third was shown lighting an American flag on fire. I wonder how many of these nitwits actually voted iiiiiiiiiii!!!i!iiii i~!i~i!iiiiiiiii~ii :::,: i!ii!iii!ii!iiiii i!i!iiii!!ili!i!~i (Continued on Page I0) : REFERENDUM POPOLARE CONFERMATIVO 4 DICEMBRE 2016 I cittadini italiani elettori residenti all'estero ed iscritti nelI'AIRE e gli elettori temporaneamente all'estero (legge 459/2001) riceveranno al Ioro indirizzo un plico contenente il materiale per votare per corrispondenza. Per I'espressione del voto e la restituzione della scheda votata occorre seguire attentamente le istruzioni presenti nel foglio informativo contenuto nel plico e spedire immediatamente per posta la busta affrancata, in modo che arrivi all'Ufficio consolare entro-e non oltre - le ore 16:00 (ora locale) del I dicembre 2016. L'elettore che alia data de120 novembre 2016 non avesse ancora ricevuto il plico elettorale potr rivolgersi all'Ufficio consolare per richiederne un duplicato. CONFIRMATORY REFERENDUM DECEMBER 4, 2016 Italian citizens voting abroad (and registered with the Registry for Italians who reside abroad -AIRE), and voters temporarily abroad (as per Law 459/2001) will receive the electoral kit at their home address. Voters must return the electoral ballot by mail, in the pre-stamped envelope, according to the instructions included in the electoral kit. Voters are requested to mail their ballot promptly, to ensure delivery to the Consular Office no later than 4:00 PM December 1 2016. If on November 20th, 2016, voters have not yet received their electoral kit, they may request a duplicate at the Consular Office. Consulate Generale of Italy in Boston THE POST-GAZEI"I'E SATELLITE OFFICE HAS MOVED TO 343 CHELSEA ST., DAY SQUARE, EAST This office is open on Tuesdays from 1O:00 AM to 3:00 PM and Thursdays from I1:00 AM to 2:00 PM, for the convenience of our East Boston and North Shore clients and contributors Call 617-227-8929 for more information BOSTON