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THE REVERE JOURNAL
Wednesday January 28, 2015
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other Municipal Buildings
including the Senior Center,
Parks and Recreation, and
Public Library, will be closed
today, Weds., Jan. 28, and
will reopen on Thursday, Jan.
29 at 8 a.m. The Mayor’s Office said
this will allow crews to continue with the clean-up effort
and help ensure the safety of
employees and residents.
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during the Tuesday morning
high tide, and he said he expected it would flood Tuesday evening as well.
On Tuesday afternoon, as
he surveyed the Pines Beach,
he said large waves were hitting the Beach several hours
prior to the evening high tide.
Weather reports early on
Tuesday reported 30 foot
waves offshore.
GOV. BAKER
RELEASES STREET/
SIDEWALK FUNDS
The Baker Administration announced last week
that it would release several millions of dollars meant
for community to cities and
towns.
In Revere, some $470,000
came to the City that had
been expected months ago.
Mayor Dan Rizzo applauded the early move by Gov.
Charlie Baker.
“The Governor released
the additional $100 Million in
Chapter 90 that was budgeted for, but not released by the
former Governor,” he said.
“We received an additional
$470,000 as our share. That
will help us do several more
streets and sidewalks and I
believe, demonstrates a commitment Governor Baker has
in investigating in our local
cities and towns.”
ment to leadership based
on his work ethic, the widespread respect he has from
the members, and his ability
to lead others,” said Senate
President Stanley Rosenberg
(D-Amherst).
Senator Petruccelli has also
been appointed Vice Chairman of the Senate Committee on Bills in Third Reading,
Revere homeowner thwarts
would be thieves in the act
By Seth Daniel
SEN. PETRUCCELLI
PROMOTED TO
MAJORITY WHIP
State Sen. Anthony Petruccelli was promoted to Majority Whip in the Massachusetts
State Senate last week.
The Majority Whip helps
craft the Senate agenda and
contributes to the building of
the Senate Calendar, which
controls when bills will come
up for debate. The structure of the Senate has been
changed to reflect Senate
President Rosenberg’s priority of shared leadership and
engagement.
“I am grateful to Senate
President Rosenberg for the
opportunity to serve in this
leadership capacity and look
forward to offering new perspective to the roll,” said
Senator Anthony Petruccelli
(D-East Boston).
“Senator Petruccelli continues to advance in his Senate career with his appoint-
During their annual meeting in January, the Revere Housing
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Chairman Anzuoni has worked to develop funding for scattered
site renovations. He has also earned certifications in public
housing management, low-income housing tax credits, and
along with other members of the board created and/or updated
RHA’s Disaster & Emergency Plan, Snow Removal Procedures,
Fraud, Waste and Abuse Policy, and the Smoke-Free Workplace
for all RHA properties.
Other elected Commissioners include the Vice-Chairman, Anthony “Tony” Perrone. Irving “Hank” Greenberg was voted in to
serve as Treasurer. The State Representative is Robert Furlong
and the Tenant Representative is Henry Mancini. RHA’s mission
is to provide low-income housing for low to moderate income
families, providing them with safe and affordable housing.
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longer – but only after the
thieving duo had burglarized
numerous homes and had stolen the car of a Revere City
Councillor.
Around 4 a.m. on Friday
morning, police received
multiple calls from the area
of Tuckerman Street for shots
being fired.
Those shots came from
a Tuckerman Street homeowner who had confronted
two masked thieves trying to
break into his shed.
The homeowner, who
owns a popular fence company, had become frustrated
with numerous breaks into
his shed – where he keeps his
business tools and equipment
– over the last few months.
Just before Christmas, he
came to the Journal to place
an item that appeared in the
paper calling for his tools to
be returned and issuing a reward. He said at that time
he wouldn’t be afraid to take
matters into his own hands if
he came face to face with any
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limp came from an injury incurred earlier in the night.
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Several residents from the
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to police as the investigation
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believe most or all of them
came at the hands of the two
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in the possession of the two
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arrested.
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Unknown millions: Little known but lucrative ‘pots of money’ from MGC taxes to begin grant round
By Seth Daniel
To date, casino money for
local communities has centered on the lucrative host
community agreements and
surrounding
community
agreements, but a whole new
pot of money is set to become
available for the first time on
Monday, Feb. 2, when grant
applications for the state
Community Mitigation Fund
(CMF) are due.
It is the inaugural deadline
for what is expected to be a
very lucrative annual grant
process open to many communities in the area and consisting of several multi-million dollar pots of money.
The new pot of money –
one of several pots of money
that will be fully available
once the Wynn Everett casino
and other casinos are up and
running – comes via fees paid
to the Massachusetts Gaming
Commission (MGC) through
licensing fees and taxes. Per
the state’s Expanded Gaming
Law, large chunks of those
fees are set aside for Community Mitigation, the state
Cultural Council, the state
Tourism Fund, Gaming Local Aid Fund, Capital Projects
Fund, an Education Fund, a
Transportation Infrastructure
and Development Fund, and,
of course, the Race Horse Development Fund – among four
others.
Wynn Everett officials in-
dicated that there would be
millions of dollars going into
the various funds listed above
in their first full year of operation – money that is meant
to go to communities to help
fund projects and mitigate impacts through the use of state
taxes and fees paid by casino
operators.
During the first year of operation, Wynn will provide
$201 million to the 12 separate funds, it said, including:
*$4.02 million to the Mass
Cultural Council
*$30.15 million to the
Transportation Infrastructure
and Development Fund
*$28.14 million to the Education Fund
*$13.07 million to the CMF
*$40.2 million to the Gaming Local Aid Fund
*$5.03 million to the Race
Horse Development Fund
*$2.01 million to the Mass
Tourism Fund
*$9.05 million to the Local
Capital Projects Fund
Of course, other casino and
slot parlor operators would
also be contributing monies to
those funds as well.
“This CMT is only one of
the pots of money available,”
said Ron Hogan, a planning
analyst for the City of Malden. “There’s a transportation
mitigation fund and several
others too that can be accessed
as well by communities. You
really, as a community, have
to be out there quickly and be
aware of all that’s available
and getting at it if you want
to get the maximum benefit…It’s the old saying that
the squeaky wheel gets the
grease.”
The money is over and
above any other surrounding
community agreements or
host community agreements
that are in effect, and it is solely upon individual communities to apply for the grants.
That first deadline for
the first pot of money – the
Community Mitigation Fund
(CMF) – comes on Monday,
Feb. 2, and will continue each
year per state law on the first
business day of February. Already, millions of dollars have
been deposited into the various state gaming tax funds,
though the CMF will be limited this year. Reportedly, the
first deposits to the fund from
gaming license fees were
around $17.5 million.
MGC officials said the
CMF will be allocating
$100,000 planning grants
from the fund this year to
communities that are host or
surrounding communities – or
even those that applied to be
host or surrounding communities and were denied.
That limited amount of
money comes due to the fact
that there is really nothing to
mitigate yet due to the fact that
construction hasn’t started.
Therefore, for the initial year
of grants, the MGC decided to
award planning grants to communities to study the potential
factors they could face due to
the construction and opening
of a casino.
With so much money at
stake, one would think that
most every community is
chomping at the bit to get a
piece of the newfound revenues. However, it isn’t the
case as some communities
have jumped out in front to
get in the pipeline, others have
been slow to understand that
the pots of money are available and others have been hesitant to participate in the process due to ongoing litigation.
The City of Boston would
have likely qualified for the
$100,000 planning grant from
the CMT, something that
could be put towards ongoing
traffic and community planning efforts just underway in
Charlestown.
However, the City would
not confirm whether or not it
had applied or would apply
for the CMT due to the ongoing lawsuit filed just recently.
“The City of Boston is
now engaged in litigation and
therefore cannot comment on
specifics related to the lawsuit,” read a statement from
Boston Mayor Martin Walsh.
“Mayor Walsh is taking this
action to protect the City and
the neighborhood of Charlestown.”
Meanwhile, in another
community with a lawsuit
against the MGC – Revere
– it has applied for the CMT
and hopes to use the potential $100,000 grant for traffic
planning.
The Revere Mayor’s Office
said they have been working
with their planning consultant, Paul Rupp, to apply for
the inaugural round of state
gaming tax grants.
Revere is the only community surrounding Wynn
Everett that would have no
surrounding
community
agreement monies available
to it. The community never
engaged with Wynn Everett to
negotiate such an agreement
due to legal restrictions in its
host community agreement
with Mohegan Sun.
“We did put an application
in a week ago,” said Mayoral
Assistant Miles Lang-Kennedy. “We’re looking to potentially use it for planning
efforts for Rt. 16 and Rt. 1.
It’s all very new this year, but
as they go forward, we expect
there will be more guidelines.”
Chelsea City Solicitor
Cheryl Fisher Watson said her
City has been on the forefront
of looking to get involved
with the numerous funds
available from the MGC, including the CMT. Getting in
the pipeline is very important
to the City, she said, and they
have appointed Planner John
DePriest to be a representative
on the CMT Committee.
“This year it’s a little different because there is no
construction or casino to mitigate,” Watson said. “We are
definitely on board with this.
We’re putting in for the maximum grant this year. We have
a lot of traffic concerns to mitigate. We want to get ahead
of the gaming addiction and
education issues. We’re also
interested in looking at jobs
and, of course, public safety
is very important in this too…
We’ve already looked preliminarily at some intersections.
We’ve done our homework.
We’re ahead of the curve on
this I think.”
Hogan, of Malden, has also
been appointed to the CMT
Committee by his community.
“We already have our application in and already have
had conversations with the
Commission about what activities would be ok for use
of the mitigation fund,” he
said. “Communities are going
to have to be on top of this
in years to come so they can
figure out how to use it effectively. This year it’s kind of a
no-brainer. It’s money that’s
just on the table.”
reported any action by the
adult that would support criminal charges. The adult met
voluntarily with investigators
and submitted to an interview
with detectives. The interview
likewise did not yield any evidence to support charges.”
The release went on to say
that the investigators spoke
with the parent of the boy to
explain what they found, and
the release indicated that she
expressed relief.
“She supported those findings, expressed relief, and
did not wish to proceed with
any criminal case against the
adult. As a result, the investigation has been closed without charges,” read the release.
In light of the results of the
investigation, and the release
of the circumstances that
triggered the entire action,
parents and parishioners said
they felt they deserved at least
a meeting.
“I want the Archdiocese
to reconsider the way they
handled this whole mess and
if this happens again, before
they jump into any extreme
actions like getting rid of
someone, that they first conduct a thorough investigation,” Duval said. “I feel like
it was escalated to the point
that it got by the way they
went about handling it…The
school is also certainly going
to suffer some financial consequences, and we believe a
lot of that will be because of
this firestorm the Archdiocese
created.”
In further statements to the
Boston Globe over the weekend, Donilon said the Archdiocese holds to the belief
that the behavior, though not
found criminal, was inappropriate.
“Even if not later found to
be criminal, the failure to recognize that unacceptable situation coupled with the failure
to report the matter as it had
been communicated to supervisors led to the resignation of
those who were in positions to
ensure the protection of children,” he said. “The decision
to follow the law regarding
mandated reporting does not
rest upon whether the individual’s actions were criminal.”
Turco and Duval said they
believe all necessary steps
were taken by Father Szal,
Principal Kelly and the sec-
ond grade teacher – who
taught Duval’s daughter. They
believe that mandated reporting was followed and that no
one tried to hide anything –
and especially – that concerns
raised by the parent were
communicated.
The fact that the situation
unfolded over Christmas
break from Dec. 19 to Jan. 5
also contributed to the seemingly long duration between
communications with the parent, Turco said.
Duval said he feels particularly bad for his daughter’s
former teacher – who was
only in her first year of teaching.
“My daughter’s teacher is
the last one who should have
gotten fired,” he said. “She
repeated it to the higher up,
the principal, and so she did
everything right…There was
a story going around that she
was crying when she was
cleaning out her room. She
told everyone that she wasn’t
crying because she lost her
job, but because she wasn’t allowed to say good-bye to the
kids. That woman would have
taken a bullet for my kids
and you don’t find that all the
time. For her to lose her job
over this is tragic.”
Turco said he felt particularly bad for Father Szal, who
spent several years at IC rejuvenating the Parish and the
School.
“All these years of priesthood and caring for parishioners and now you Google his
name and you’ll read that he
put children in danger,” said
Turco. “He’s just been cut
down by this…You don’t do
this kind of thing for an incident that the Archdiocese
blew out of proportion. I’d
like to know whether priests
are allowed to use the bathroom at Fenway Park. If they
go in the bathroom there and
there are children present, is
that a reportable event? Do
they have to tell the Archdiocese that they were in the
bathroom with children present while at a Red Sox game?
That’s how ridiculous this situation became.”
IC Community/ CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
the Archdiocese has not returned an e-mail sent from
the Journal about the petition.
However, that communication
came on the eve of Monday
and Tuesday’s blizzard conditions.
The Archdiocese did release a statement on Thursday, however.
“We are relieved that no
child was harmed,” said Terrence C. Donilon, a spokesman for the Archdiocese.
“However, as we have previously stated, the conduct of
the worker in using the child’s
bathroom at Immaculate Conception School, Revere, with
students present, was highly
inappropriate and improper.”
Officially, the petition does
not call for the reinstatement
of the priest, principal and
teacher, but Turco said there is
strong sentiment in the school
and Parish community for the
return of those three folks.
The petition does call for
discussion about the future of
IC Parish and School; the financial challenges that will lie
ahead for the school as a result of the negative publicity;
and the handling of the present situation.
That situation exploded into the public square on
Tuesday evening, Jan. 13, following a vague letter that was
sent home to parents.
Turco and Duval said the
entire school community was
thrown for a loop when they
received the letter on Monday
night in the children’s backpacks.
The letter, both said, talked about the fact that an adult
staff member had been put on
leave and that something had
happened. It said that these
kinds of things are difficult
to talk to children about and
it gave a number to call for
help in counseling children on
these situations.
Both said there was no further information given out,
and the principal was not allowed to comment. Many
parents turned to police, who
did not immediately know or
have any information about
the incident.
Parents were in an uproar,
Turco said, and children were
reporting to parents that new
signs had been posted in the
bathroom saying only children were allowed to use it.
It was all a recipe for thinking
the worst had happened.
“We were in tears trying to
figure out what kind of terrible thing had happened at
our kids’ school,” said Turco.
“Other parents were calling
us; no one knew what was
happening.”
Soon, Turco and Duval
said, as parent meetings began
to take place with the Archdiocese, many realized that the
incident was unfounded and
many believed the Archdiocese had created a frenzy –
one that many in the media
had fed into while trying to
get at the truth of the matter.
The end result, according to Revere Police and the
Suffolk County DA, was
that a 64-year-old custodian
had used the bathroom and a
young boy had reported that
to his mother.
“The investigation revealed that a 64-year-old
male assigned to the school's
custodial staff used the boy's
restroom, which was across
the hall from his office, on
several occasions in December and early January,” read
a statement from the DA late
last week. “One boy reported to a parent that he had
observed the adult using the
urinal during this time. No
child reported that the adult
engaged in physical contact
with them. No child reported
that the adult used sexual language around them. No child
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR
No more cuts
Dear Governor Baker,
We are writing to urge you
not to impose further 9c cuts
to elderly home care.
On October 19, 2014, Governor Deval Patrick made a total of $2.37 million in 9c cuts
to Elder Affairs line items, including $1.52 million to home
care services. Protective services, congregate housing and
meals programs were also cut.
In October of 2008, Governor Patrick chose to make a
total of $15.511 million in 9c
cuts to the Executive Office
of Elder Affairs (ELD) line
items (9110 accounts). The
accounts lost 5.3% in overall
funding. The impact of these
cuts are still felt today in the
ELD accounts, seven budget
years later.
Among the programs hardest hit were the home care
purchased services item, and
home care case management,
which lost $6.77 million. The
home care line items never
recovered from the 9C cuts of
FY 2009. Funding in FY 2015
is roughly where it stood—or
lower--than eight budgets ago
in FY 2007:
Previous 9c cuts have not
only affected the 28,200 elders in this program, it has
resulted in lower CHIA rates
for this program, since Chapter 257 rates are based largely
on restrained historic levels
of funding. It has also pushed
up caseloads to over 100 per
worker at some agencies, and
depressed salary levels.
At the same time, the home
care accounts have had a significant positive financial impact on the state’s bottom line
by reducing spending in nurs-
ing facility appropriations.
Home and community based
services have dramatically
changed nursing facility use
by MassHealth:
Between FY 2000 and FY
2014, the number of nursing
home patient days paid for by
MassHealth fell by 4,500,000
days (-34.4%). In FY 15, the
median cost of a MassHealth
SNF patient day is $189.64.
The costs avoided from 4.5
million fewer patient days is
$853.38 million. This “home
care dividend” is a smart investment, which provides the
state with an immediate ROI:
when we keep an elder out of
a MassHealth nursing facility
bed today, that same day we
provide them with care in the
community for less than half
the cost. Home care spending
also attracts more federal FFP
bonuses from CMS.
For all the above reasons,
we ask you not to impose further 9c cuts to the home care
accounts. Our elderly clients
have already paid a significant
price for 9c cuts over the past
seven years.
Al Norman
Mass Home Care
Michael E. Festa
AARP Massachusetts
David Stevens
Mass Councils on Aging
Carolyn Villers
Mass Senior Action
Council
Chet Jakubiak
Mass Association
Of Older Americans
Lisa Gurgone
Home Care Aide Council
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Wednesday, January 28, 2015
REVERE THROUGH THEYEARS
10 years ago
January 26, 2005
The Blizzard of 2005 delivered 30 inches of snow, temperatures near 10 degrees, and
high winds to Revere over the
weekend. Mayor Tom Ambrosino asked residents to be
patient and allow time for city
workers to clear snow from
the streets and find some place
to put it.
Homes were shaken, dogs
became ill, and one elderly
woman nearly had a heart attack last Friday when members of the State Police bomb
squad detonated on Revere
Beach some highly dangerous chemicals that reportedly were found at Pope John
XXIII High School in Everett
by an environmental company that was cleaning up the
school’s science labs.
The court case brought initially by the city against the
adult video store Moon-Lite
Reader that began in 1995
still is ongoing on the issue
of legal fees, with the city appealing a lower court decision
that awarded Moon-Lite more
than $1 million.
A three-alarm fire destroyed a home on Washington St. at 3 a.m. Wednesday
morning. The blaze started in
a faulty heating system in the
basement and caused more
than $300,000 in damage.
Are We There Yet?, Coach
Carter, and Hotel Rwanda are
playing at the Revere Showcase Cinemas.
20 years ago
January 25, 1995
Carol Tye, a 34 year veteran of the Revere School Dept.,
has been named Asst. Superintendent, the first woman to
hold that post.
Joseph Nuzzo 35, of Everett, and Edward Flaherty,
29, of South Boston, former
Northwest Airlines employees, have been indicted for
credit card fraud. Both men
had been mentioned by another former Northwest employee, Susan Taraskiewicz, in
her secret diary for allegedly
harassing her. Taraskiewicz
was found brutally murdered
in Revere in 1992.
Revere police officers Sgt.
Mike Cutillo, Wayne Anderson, and Sal Falzarano made
a forced entry into an apartment at 14 Nahant Ave. where
they found crack cocaine and
made arrests, the third series
of arrests and drug raids in as
many weeks in the city.
Revere dermatologist Dr.
Richard Finkel, 54, has been
indicted on 60 counts of mail
fraud for allegedly filing false
Black
claims and bilking insurers of
more than $29,000.
Firefighters knocked down
two, single-alarm fires this
week at 110 Ocean Ave. and
76 Vane St.
30 years ago
January 23, 1985
The School Committee voted unanimously not to proceed
with a proposal for a Magnet
Academy for grades 7 and 8
at the high school. A capacity
crowd of parents was on hand
for the vote. However, both
those parents who support the
idea and School Committee
members said they will continue to study the proposal.
Peter McCauley, the city’s
Sealer of Weight and Measures, who also acts as the
city’s unofficial historian,
reports that the flying horses
from the famed Hippodrome
on Revere Beach will be individually auctioned off next
month in New York City. McCauley said that Circus World
of Florida, which purchased
the ride from William Hurley
in 1973, never reassembled it.
It is expected that each horse
will bring $8000-$10,000 at
auction. The Hippodrome was
built on Revere Beach at the
turn of the century
The State DPW told city officials this week that it is considering a redesign of Route 1
through the city.
Avenging Angel and The
Falcon and the Snowman are
playing at the Revere Showcase Cinemas.
40 years ago
January 22, 1975
The Revere Fire Department has purchased a Jaws of
Life tool for the extraction of
motorists from automobile accidents.
City Councillor Michael
Edward has proposed that
the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library be built on the
site of the proposed Wonderland Shopping Center. The
City Council unanimously
endorsed Edward’s idea. The
Kennedy family’s plan to
build the library in Harvard
Square has run into opposition from Cambridge citizens’
groups.
Richard Powers, 26, a
member of the Revere Journal
staff, has been cited for excellence in sports journalism by
the New England Press Association for his profile last
year on Mark Pennington, a
22 year old local man, who set
a new world record for eating
a pound of grapes in 55 seconds.
George C. Scott stars in
Bank Shot at the Parkway Plaza Theatre.
A city backhoe has been
digging in a vacant lot on
Ocean Ave. in search of the
bodies of two teenagers who
reportedly were buried there
last July by a 62 year old man
who has confessed to their
murders. The man said he met
the pair, a 13 year old girl and
a 15 year old boy, on Revere
Beach and then lured them to
the cellar of one of the abandoned buildings that formerly
were on the lot. The excavation is under the direction of
Capt. George Hurley and Detective Michael Casoli.
50 years ago
January 28, 165
The Education Committee
of the Revere Interfaith Council has joined with the School
Committee in urging the City
Council to take immediate action on the proposal to build a
new Revere High School.
The City Council has voted to create a new agency, to
be known as the Community
Action Program of Revere
Inc. (CAPRI), composed of
10 citizens of varied backgrounds, who will administer
local funding from the federal
government pursuant to Pres.
Lyndon Johnson’s anti-poverty bill.
Audrey Taub, a top-ranking
member of the Revere High
senior class, has confirmed
that she is the first student to
be admitted to the new branch
of the University of Massachusetts at Boston, which will
open this fall.
Larry Nelson was installed
this week as the new President
of the local Kiwanis Club in
exercises held at the Surf Supper Club on Ocean Ave.
Congressman Torbert Macdonald was the guest speaker
at the sixth annual installation
of officers of the Colonial
Acres Civic Group. He told
the audience that their efforts
to make Revere a better place
to live soon will succeed.
60 years ago
January 27, 1955
The Mothers March in the
fight against infantile paralysis will take place tonight
from 7-8 p.m. Residents are
asked to keep their porch
lights on.
City Manager Edward P.
O’Toole has presented to the
City Council a total city budget of $4,680,015 for 1955,
the earliest that the budget
has been ready in city history. O’Toole’s budget, which
is $38,487 greater than last
year’s, is $600,000 less than
what city department heads
requested and provides no pay
raises for any city employees, including school teachers, even though the teachers
negotiated a pay raise with
the School Committee. The
teacher say they will bring the
matter to court.
The City Council has
voiced its approval for the
continuation of rent control
and has urged the legislature
to allow cities and towns to
have the option of continuing
with it.
A capacity crowd of nearly
1000 persons was on hand at
the Beachview Ballroom to
hear a talk by Roy M. Cohn,
former Chief Counsel of the
U.S. Senate committee headed by Senator Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin. The event
was sponsored by he American Legion Post 61. Cohn
urged his audiences to remain
ever alert for subversive influences wherever they may be
operating.
Dean Martin and Jerry
Lewis star in Three Ring Circus at the Revere Theatre.
70 years ago
January 25, 1945
The recent American naval victory at Leyte proved
tragic for a local family who
received word this week that
Gerald Swerling, 18, was
killed in action. Swerling was
aboard a destroyer that was
battered by the Japanese.
Word also was received
this week from the War Dept.
that Pvt. Peter Stamulis of 40
Washington Ave. was killed in
action in France on November
8. He was the father of a two
year old daughter, Janet.
The Plan E Club heard a
guest speaker, a city councillor from Cambridge, speak of
the benefits of the City Manager form of government and
said that taxes usually are reduced once a mayor no longer
is in charge of a city.
The largest convention ever
to be hosted by the city will
take place this weekend when
some 500 delegates of the War
Parents of America Inc. from
35 cities and towns across the
state will meet here.
Daniel Dillon, chairman
of the Revere Committee of
the Suffolk County Infantile
Paralysis campaign, urges all
Revere residents to give generously to the group’s fundraising efforts this weekend.
The largest call-up of men
by Draft Board 128 in more
than a year left Ft. Banks in
Winthrop this morning for
their pre-induction physicals.
It is expected that draft calls
will be heavy in the months
ahead
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
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POLICE NEWS
THREATS TO
SCHOOL
Revere Police are seeking
a complaint against a 13-yearold student of the Susan B.
Anthony Middle School after
he made threats against the
school.
Authorities were vague
about the threats, but indicated the young man had made
a threat to the school facility,
which triggered an investigation last Thursday.
He has been suspended
from the school until getting
evaluated.
Charges will be filed this
week, it is expected.
ATTACKS PREGNANT
GIRLFRIEND
One Chelsea man was arrested Sunday after allegedly
assaulting his pregnant girlfriend.
Police were called to an address on Lee Burbank Hwy.
on Sunday around 12:20 p.m.
for a fight between a man and
a woman.
After an inquiry, police
arrested the man after it was
learned that he hit the pregnant woman in the stomach
and the face.
Raul Alberto Rivera, 22, of
Chelsea, was charged with assault and battery with serious
bodily injury on a pregnant
person.
JAM AT JOE’S
Two cars full of young
people got involved in a road
rage incident that resulted in
a brawl at Joe’s Market on
Squire Road last Saturday
evening.
Around 6 p.m., police were
called to the gas station for a
major fight.
Some in the melee had
threatened to use a gun; others
had threatened to use a knife.
No weapons were found,
though.
Depending on which group
of kids police talked to, the
situation started when one
group cut off another group
on Squire Road. A red Mustang with five young people
inside of it was said to have
cut off another vehicle with
two young people in it.
The driver of the other vehicle told police that after
the Mustang cut him off, he
beeped at it. Shortly after, he
felt that the car was following
him. So, he circled the block
and stopped at Joe’s, where
both cars quickly emptied out
and fisticuffs ensued.
The driver of the Mustang
said he slid on some ice and
accidentally got in front of
the other car, and the driver of
the other car became irate and
pulled him over at Joe’s.
In any event, both ended up
in a vicious fight.
None were known to each
other, and none were cooperative with police.
WEEKLY CRIME REPORT
Many of the youths were
from Revere, but no one was
arrested.
Charges may be filed in the
near future, police said.
KNOCKED OUT AT
AMBROSE
One 13-year-old Revere
youth reported to police on
Sunday around 4 p.m. that he
had been knocked out by another youth during a fight at
Ambrose Park.
The youth told police that
a boy he only knows by first
name began texting him on
Sunday about a fight. They
set a time to meet at Ambrose
Park, and a fight ensued.
During the scuffle, the victim said the other boy hit him
in the head with a toy BB gun
– knocking him unconscious.
When he awoke on the
ground, he had bruises to his
eye area.
The incident is under investigation.
Tompkins expresses support for reforming sentencing laws
Suffolk County Sheriff Steven W. Tompkins expressed
his support for an effort led
by Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz and Representative Mary
Keefe to reform sentencing
laws and expand job training
programs through an omnibus
bill.
The bill, “An Act to Increase Neighborhood Safety
and Opportunity,” would restore a judge’s ability to exercise discretion over sentencing for drug offenses. Under
current Massachusetts law,
judges are forced to sentence
non-violent offenders convicted of some drug charges
to mandatory minimum sen-
tences regardless of whether
the time meted out is far more
than the crime deserves.
“I thank Sen. Chang-Diaz
and Rep. Keefe for having
the courage to take a stand on
these important issues,” said
Sheriff Tompkins. “The truth
is, we put far too many people in jail who should be remanded to diversionary, substance abuse or mental health
programs. Restoring judicial
discretion to drug sentencing
would allow judges to determine the best punishment on
a case-by-case basis.”
A 2013 study conducted by
MassINC found that Massachusetts’ mandatory minimum
laws have not been cost-effective. Governor Charlie Baker
has also voiced support for repealing mandatory minimums
for non-violent drug offenders.
“Sheriff Tompkins adds an
important voice to this debate
and I’m glad we have his support,” said Sen. Chang-Diaz.
The bill offered by Sen.
Chang-Diaz and Rep. Keefe
would also eliminate a current law that strips offenders
convicted of non-violent drug
offenses of their right to operate a motor vehicle for up to 5
years after their sentences are
completed.
“My department places an
Love Is In The Air
intense focus on programs
designed to help offenders
improve their station in life
and successfully re-enter the
community,” Sheriff Tompkins added. “We need to hold
people accountable when they
break the law, but the harder
we make it for them to come
back into the community, the
more likely they are to go
back to their old ways and
re-offend.”
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ARREST REPORT
MONDAY, JAN. 19
No Arrests Reported
TUESDAY, JAN. 20
No Arrests Reported
WEDS., JAN. 21
Daniel Harold Megquier,
59, of 35 Broadsound Ave.,
was charged with one warrant.
THURSDAY, JAN. 22
Viana Zedir, 26, of 24 Wolcott Rd., was charged with
assault and battery and one
warrant.
FRIDAY, JAN. 23
Daniel Barker, 24, of Everett, was charged with breaking
and entering in the nighttime
for a felony and carrying a
dangerous weapon.
Juvenile, a 13-year-old
youth was arrested on one
warrant.
Anthony Murray, 42, of 58
Cambridge St., was arrested
on four warrants.
SATURDAY, JAN. 24
No Arrests Reported
SUNDAY, JAN. 25
Robert Simons, 59, of 194
Shirley Ave., was charged
with domestic assault and battery.
Raul Alberto Rivera, 22, of
Chelsea, was charged with assault and battery with serious
bodily injury on a pregnant
person/DRO.
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THE REVERE JOURNAL
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
OBITUARIES
George James Pickard
Maria Cantino
Lyndall DeFronzo
Of Revere
Registered Nurse and U.S. Army Captain
Revere School Food Service Manager
George James Pickard of
Revere died on Thursday, January 22. He was the beloved
husband of Maida B. (Sacks)
Pickard; devoted father of Jon
Michael Pickard; loving son
of the late Harry and Sally
(Bell) Pickard. A Memorial
Service will be announced
at a later date. Contribution's
in George's memory may be
made to a charity of one's
choice. Arrangements under
the care of Torf Funeral Service. Please visit www.torffuneralservice.com for online
guestbook.
Franklin Delano Meade
Marine and Navy Veteran of Three Wars
Franklin Delano
“Frank”
Meade
passed
away at his Revere home with
his family at his
side on Tuesday,
January 20 following a long
illness. He was 81 years old.
Frank was born in Freeburn,
KY and the family later settled in Williamson, WV. Frank
was educated there and at the
young age of 17, he enlisted
in the United States Marine
Corps. He was eager to leave
his home town and serve his
country after the Second World
War. Frank loved the military,
and when he finished with his
service as a Marine, he later
joined the United States Navy.
He rose to the rank of “Chief
Gunner’s Mate.” His time in
the Navy brought him to ports
all around the world. In 1966,
he married Barbara P. Bruce.
The couple had two children
and lived in many different
states and countries. Frank
enjoyed his career in the Navy
which spanned 26 years and
he provided 30 years of service to his country. After retiring from the Navy, Frank and
his family settled in Virginia
and he became a Supervisor of
the Department of Transportation of Virginia. In later years,
Frank and his wife moved to
Revere, back to where his wife
was from and where they enjoyed their home overlooking
the beautiful ocean. He was a
veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam, a past member of the American Legion
Post #61 Revere, USS Yellowstone and St. Pius Men’s
Club of Virginia. He was the
devoted husband of Barbara
P. (Bruce) Meade of Revere
with whom he shared 48 years
of marriage; the loving father
of Marilynn Eleanor Medina
of Norfolk, VA and Franklin
M. Meade of Norton, MA;
the cherished grandfather of
Eleanor Graciella Medina of
Revere and Marilynn Meade
Medina of San Antonio, TX;
the beloved brother of the late
Faye Meade, Mary Margaret
Aliff, James Roy Meade and
Arthur Meade. He is also lovingly survived by his niece,
Sherry Hatfield and he was
the uncle of the late Barbara
Aliff, both of West Virginia,
the cherished brother in law
of Ret. State Police Sgt. James
R. Bruce of Winthrop and his
late wife, Carole P., Eleanor
“Sissy” Bruce – Kelley and
her husband, Robert N. Kelley
of Revere and New Hampshire and Marilyn A. “Mal”
Symmes of Winthrop. Interment was private. Family and
friends are invited to attend
a Memorial Funeral Mass on
Saturday, January 31 at 10:30
a.m. in Immaculate Conception Church (Corner of Beach
St. & Winthrop Ave.) Revere.
In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to: DAV
of Mass. 24 Beacon St., State
House, Suite 546 Boston, MA
02133. For more information,
visitwww.vertuccioandsmith.
com
Marilyn Flynn
Member of Winthrop Elks
Marilyn J. (Ginsburg) Flynn of Winthrop passed away
suddenly on January 14. She
was 70 years old.
Raised in Revere, she graduated from Revere High in
1962, married her high school
sweetheart, David Flynn (who
passed away in December of
2013) and then moved to Winthrop. They were married 51
years.
Her passions included
BINGO, bowling, gardening,
cooking, boating and Jamaica. She was very patriotic and
was a a member of the Elks
Lodge 1078 of Winthrop.
Marilyn was an extraordinary wife, mother, sister, aunt,
Danny S. Smith
773 Broadway
Revere, MA 02151
Phone (781) 284-7756
www.vertuccioandsmith.com
cousin, and friend. She was
also a mother, mentor and
friend to many of her daughters’ friends.
She is lovingly survived
by her daughters TerriEllen
Wood of Texas, Laurie Lee
Pangburn of Florida, Wendi
Towers of Woburn, Bonnie
Flynn and her companion,
David Carver of Revere; her
sons-in-law: Mark E. Wood
of Vermont and Michael Towers of Woburn; grandchildren
Becky and Zack Wood of Vermont; grandson Daniel Zizza
of Salem; her sister and brother Phyllis Ginsburg and her
brother, Robert P. Ginsburg,
both of Ohio and her faithful
dog, Annie.
A Celebration of Life will
be held at the Winthrop Elks
1078 on May 30 from 12 noon
to 4 p.m
Vazza
.
"Beechwood"
Funeral Home
262 Beach St., Revere • 781-284-1127
Louis R. Vazza ~ Funeral Director
www.vazzafunerals.com
Maria J. (Lopez)
Cantino,
formerly of Revere and Puerto
Rico, died on
January 20 at
the E.N. Rogers Memorial
Veterans Hospital of Bedford
following a long illness. Born
in Santurce, Puerto Rico on
November 28, 1924, she was
raised and educated in Puerto
Rico and later attended Nursing School there to become
a Registered Nurse. She entered the United States Army
in April of 1949 and served
during the Korean Conflict
until June of 1953 rising to
the rank of Captain. During
her time in the service, she
met and fell in love with a
handsome soldier, Armando
S. Cantino, and the couple
wed in February of 1954. She
and her husband returned to
her native home of Santurce,
Puerto Rico, where they spent
the majority of their lives until coming to Revere in 2008.
The couple celebrated their
60th wedding anniversary this
past February. Mrs. Cantino is
survived by her beloved husband of 60 years, Armando
Salvatore Cantino. She was
the devoted sister in law of
Anthony P. Cantino of Revere
and the late: Carmela J. Caputo and Philip Cantino; the dear
aunt of Angela J. Tabb and her
husband, Robert, Joseph A.
Caputo, Jr. and his wife ,MaryLou, Camille M. Punch and
her husband, William A. and
Joanne T. Caputo-Carfagna
and her husband, Alfred. She
was the cherished grand-aunt
of Denise Tarro, Jeffrey Tarro
and his wife, Michele, Devon
Punch and her husband, Matthew Smith and Anthony J.
Caputo. She is also lovingly
survived by three great-grandnieces, Chelsey, Gianna and
Ciara. Funeral arrangements
were by the Vertuccio &
Smith Home for Funerals, Revere. Entombment was in the
Woodlawn Community Mausoleum (Versailles Building),
Everett. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to
the Patients' Activities Fund
at E.N. Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, 200 Springs
Rd., Bedford, MA 01730. For
More information, visit www.
vertuccioandsmith.com
GARY M.
OUELLETTE
Bro,
Superbowl Sunday marks
the day, nine years ago
you went away.
Remembering the happy times and
feelings of good cheer,
Cherishing our memories of the days
when you were here.
There is a special place within our
hearts that is with us everyday
A place where all our memories of
you are tucked away.
You will always live on in the hearts
and minds
Of the Loving Family you letf behind.
Unseen, Unheard but always near
still loved and missed year after year.
Your Loving Family & ME
TA
G.O. Patriots
Always
Remembering
You
E. Azzari, Michael E. Azzari,
all of Saugus and Samantha
L. and Hannah K. Azzari and
the cherished son of the late
Edward Azzari and Irene (Favret) Azzari. He is also lovingly survived by an aunt, many
cousins, nieces and nephews.
Family and friends are invited to attend the funeral from
the Vertuccio & Smith Home
for Funerals, 773 Broadway
(Route 107) Revere today,
Wednesday, January 28 at
9:30 a.m followed by a Funeral Mass in the Immaculate
Conception Church (corner of
Beach St. and Winthrop Ave.)
at 10:30 a.m. Interment will
be in Woodlawn Cemetery,
Everett. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to:
Alzheimer’s Association, MA
/ NH Chapter, 480 Pleasant
St., Watertown, MA 02475
Hail, Sacred Heart of Jesus,
living and strengthening
source of eternal life, infinite
treasury of the divinity,
burning furnace of divine
love! You are my refuge and
my sanctuary. My loving
Savior, consume my heart in
that burning fire with which
Your own is inflamed. Pour
into my soul those graces
which flow from Your love.
Let my heart be so united
with Yours that our wills
may be one, and my will in
all things conformed with
Yours. May Your Will be the
guide and rule of my desires
and of my actions. Amen.
S.M.B.
Prayer to St. Anthony
O Holy St. Anthony, gentlest of Saints,
your love for God and Charity for His
creatures, made you worthy, when on
earth, to possess miraculous powers.
Miracles waited on your words which
you were ever ready to speak for those
in trouble or anxiety. Encouraged by
this thought, I implore of you to obtain
for me (request). The answer to my
prayer may require a miracle, even so
you are the Saint of Miracles O gentle
and loving St. Anthony, whose heart
was ever full of human sympathy.
Whisper my petition into the ears of the
Sweet infant Jesus, who loved to be
folded in your arms, and the gratitude
of my heart will be ever yours. Amen.
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Gloria Popp
Of New Hampshire, formerly of East Boston
Gloria M. (LaRosa) Popp
of Allenstown, NH, formerly
of East Boston, died at Catholic Medical Center on January
20. She was 86 years old. Gloria was a long time employee
of Kimball Jewelers of Boston
and a member of the Third
Order of St Francis. Born
and raised in East Boston, the
daughter of the late Anthony
and Grace (Coco) LaRosa, she
was the beloved wife of the
late Walter E.; devoted mother
of Dennis Popp and his wife,
Kim Weisensee of Peabody,
Richard Popp and his wife,
Donna Johnson of Melrose,
Kevin Popp of New Hampshire, Jeanmarie Popp and
her husband, Paul Cerullo of
Revere; dear sister of the late
Rosemarie Socci and Carmella Varone and is also survived
by eight loving grandchildren
and 10 great grandchildren.
Funeral services were by the
Paul Buonfiglio & Sons-Bruno Funeral Home, Revere. For
guest book, please visit www.
Buonfiglio.com
Bridge Builder; Program Director and Grand
Knight of Knights of Columbus
Retired State Trooper
In Loving Memory
Feb 5, 2006 - Feb 5, 2015
, all of Revere; loving grandmother of Sean King, Patrick
King, Michael DeFronzo
and Amanda DeFronzo and
dear sister of Hilma Black of
Texas. Funeral arrangements
were by the Paul Buonfiglio
& Sons-Bruno Funeral Home,
Revere. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Care
Dimensions 75 Sylvan St,
Suite B 102 Danvers, MA
01923 For guest book please
visit www.Buonfiglio.com
Joseph Barravecchio
Edward Azzari
Edward E. Azzari, a long time
Revere resident,
formerly of Everett, died on
Thursday, January 22 at the Lighthouse Nursing Care Center of Revere following a long illness. He was
81 years old. Ed was born and
raised in Everett and graduated from Everett High School,
Class of 1951 after which he
enlisted in the U.S. Army
during the Korean Conflict.
During his time in the Army,
he served as an M.P. (Military
Policeman). After serving his
country, he worked for the
U.S. Postal Service for a brief
time, until he was sworn into
the Massachusetts Registry
Police. He remained on the
force for many years and was
promoted to “Special Investigator” before retiring as a
Massachusetts State Trooper.
In 1963, he married Louise F.
Federici and the couple settled
in Revere where they raised
their two boys. He was the
loving and devoted husband
of Louise F. (Federici) Azzari
with whom he shared 44 years
of marriage and the cherished
father of Edward V. Azzari
and his wife, Atty. Michelle A.
Azzari of Saugus and Revere
Police Lt. John M. Azzari and
his wife, Kristin M. Azzari. He
was the adored grandfather of
Nicholas A. Azzari and Julia
Lyndall E. (Swinson) DeFronzo of Revere, formerly
of N. Carolina, died on January 23 at the Anne Mark
Nursing Home. She was 81
years old. Lyndall worked for
many years as a food service
manager for Revere Public
schools. She was the daughter
of the late Decatur and Bertha
(Guthrie) Swinson; beloved
wife of the late Frank. DeFronzo; devoted mother of
Paula King and her husband,
John and Francesco DeFronzo
S.M.B.
Joseph Vito 'Uncle Vito'
Barravecchio, a Moon Township resident in Pennsylvania
for the past 30 years, formerly from Warren, Ohio for 16
years and originally from
Revere passed away on Tuesday, January 20 at Heritage
Valley Sewickley. Joseph
was a member of St. Joseph
Church. For over 50 years,
a member of the Knights of
Columbus, 3rd Degree both
locally and in Warren, OH
where he had been a Program
Director and Grand Knight.
Joseph’s work was building
bridges. From 1976 to 1984,
he worked at Valley Consolidated Industries in Warren,
OH. In April 1984 until 1995,
he was employed by Colonial
Iron Works in Oakdale and
Canonsburg. From 1997 until 2009, he was employed by
Bridges and Towers, Inc. in
New Castle. His notable accomplishments were building
the George Washington via
Duct, Riverside in NY and the
PNC Field Triple A Baseball
Stadium of the Scranton/Wilkes Barre Railriders. He was
born in East Boston on April
6, 1942 to the late Vito and
Marie Josephine (Tedesco)
Barravecchio. He was the beloved husband for 49 ½ years
to Glenda (Howell) Barravecchio; loving father of Anthony
Joseph Barravecchio (Caryn)
and Michael Vito Barravecchio (Stephanie); cherished
grandfather of five; brother
of Joan Marie Barravecchio.
Funeral arrangements were by
Copeland’s Moon Township
Funeral Home, 981 Brodhead
Road where prayers were recited followed by Mass at St.
Joseph Church with Father
Richard Jones officiating. Entombment followed in Resurrection Cemetery. The family
welcomes flowers or donations in his name to the American Heart Association.
John Tobin
Worked at State Street Bank and Omni Parker
John, B. Tobin Agr. Sc.
(N.U.I.),
M.Sc.
(Dubl.),
M.B.A. (N.U.I) of Revere,
formerly of Ballylooby, Tipperary, Ireland died on January 25.
John worked for many
years at State Street Bank as
a Portfolio Accountant, and
later in security at the Omni
Parker House in Boston. He
enjoyed socializing and playing golf at Kelley Greens in
Nahant.
Born in Ballylooby, Tipperary, Ireland, the son of the
late Thomas and Elizabeth
(English), he was the beloved
husband of Donna Lombardo;
devoted father of Rory, Eilis,
Michael and John. He is survived by his brother, Richard
and was pre-deceased by seven others. He is also survived
by eight loving grandchildren
and by many nieces, nephews
and in-laws.
His Funeral will be held
from the Paul Buonfiglio &
ST. JUDE
NOVENA
May the Sacred Heart of Jesus
be adored, glorified, loved and
preserved throughout the world
now and forever. Sacred Heart
of Jesus pray for us. St. Jude,
worker of miracles, pray for us.
St. Jude, helper of the hopeless,
pray for us. Say this prayer 9
times a day. By the 8th day
your prayer will be answered.
It has never been known to fail.
Publication must be promised.
My prayers have been answered.
S.M.B.
Sons-Bruno Funeral Home,
128 Revere St., Revere on
Thursday, January 29 at 9 a.m.
followed by a Funeral Mass
in St. Anthony’s Church at 10
a.m. Relatives and friends are
kindly invited. Interment will
be in Woodlawn Cemetery.
For guest book please visit
www.Buonfiglio.com
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ST. THERESE, THE LITTLE FLOWER,
PLEASE PICK ME A ROSE FROM THE
HEAVENLY GARDEN AND SEND IT TO
ME WITH A MESSAGE OF LOVE ASK
GOD TO GRANT ME THE FAVOR I
THEE IMPLORE AND TELL HIM I
WILL LOVE HIM EACH DAY MORE
AND MORE.
(The above prayer, plus 5 Our Fathers, 5
Hail Marys, 5 Glory Bes, must be said on 5
successive days, before 11 a.m. On the 5th
day, the 5th set of prayers having been
completed, offer one more set - 5 Our
Fathers, 5 Hail Marys, 5 Glory Bes.)
S.M.B.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
THE REVERE JOURNAL
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Enjoy a game-day
party and keep your
resolutions on track
FAMILY FEATURES
T
wo of the most popular New Year’s
resolutions are losing weight and eating
healthier. But by the time the big game
rolls around, many people are ready for a break
— or looking for an excuse to cheat. But kickoff does not have to be a signal to punt your
healthy-eating habits.
Registered dietitian Jodie Shield knows it can
be a struggle to celebrate and stay healthy. She’s
put together some win-win tips and recipes —
healthy and delicious — that are sure to keep
fans cheering for more:
Know your game plan. If you’re the home
team (i.e. the party host), you get to call
the plays. Serve entrees that are lean and
festive, such as Touchdown Turkey Chili.
Or prepare a thin whole wheat crust pizza
using reduced-fat mozzarella cheese,
tomato sauce and lots of sliced veggies.
Offer a starting line-up of healthier appetizers. Whip some traditional game day
favorites into shape. Instead of nachos,
serve baked chips with salsa. Pass on the
salt and butter and sprinkle a dash of
Parmesan cheese over popcorn. Forget the
fried chicken wings and serve baked
chicken tenders seasoned with Hidden
Valley Salad Dressing & Seasoning Mix.
Think fresh. Skip the super subs and set
up a sandwich bar with lean deli meats
such as turkey breast and ham, low-fat
cheese slices and prepped veggies — like
sliced tomato and shredded lettuce — and
low-fat toppings.
Pass on super big portions. No matter what
foods are served, remember you don’t have
to eat the whole thing. Grab a small plate
and load half of it up with fresh veggies
and baked chips.
Get in on the action. During halftime, grab
your guests and head outdoors for a quick
game of touch football. You can always
record the commercials so you don’t miss
out.
7 Layer Fiesta Ranch Dip
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Makes: 10 (1/4 cup) servings
1 16-ounce can fat-free refried beans
1/2 cup guacamole
1 package Hidden Valley Fiesta
Ranch Dips Mix
1 cup fat-free sour cream or plain
nonfat yogurt
1 cup shredded reduced-fat
cheddar cheese
6 green onions, chopped
1 medium tomato, chopped
1/4 cup sliced black olives (optional)
1. Spread each of the ingredients in the order
listed over a 9-inch serving platter or pie
dish.
2. Chill for an hour and serve.
Hold That Line Hummus Dip
“No need to pass on fabulous dips to maintain your diet,” said Shield. “Thanks to the
protein and fiber in chickpeas, hummus is
light, yet heart-healthy enough to satisfy
hungry sports fans. Try this easy recipe for
happy game day guests.”
Touchdown Turkey Chili
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: High heat cooks for 4 hours; Low heat
cooks for 8 hours
Makes: 8 (1 cup) servings
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 medium onion, chopped
1 medium green bell pepper, chopped
2 pounds lean ground turkey breast
2 cans (14.5 ounces each) Mexican-style
diced tomatoes
1 can (6 ounces) reduced sodium
tomato paste
1 can (15 ounces) black beans, rinsed
and drained
1 cup low sodium tomato juice
1 package Hidden Valley Fiesta
Ranch Dips Mix
1. Heat olive oil in a large nonstick pan over mediumhigh heat.
2. Add onions and bell pepper and sauté until crisptender, about 5 minutes.
3. Remove and place in slow cooker.
4. Add ground turkey breast to the same pan and cook
until crumbled and browned, about 8 to 10 minutes.
5. Add the turkey to the slow cooker along with all of
the remaining ingredients.
6. Cover the slow cooker and cook for 4 hours on high
heat or 8 hours on low heat.
Play Good Defense and Substitute
The best way to tackle those creamy, high-calorie dips is to make
smart substitutions. Here are a few options to help you get started:
Instead of:
Use:
Guacamole
Salsa
Pesto
Chopped tomatoes and basil
Sour cream
Plain fat-free yogurt
Cheese
Reduced-fat cheese
Cream
Fat-free evaporated milk
Black
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Makes: 8 (1/4 cup) servings
2 cans (15 1/2 ounces each)
chickpeas, rinsed and drained
4 garlic cloves
1/3 cup lemon juice
1 package Hidden Valley Salad
Dressing & Seasoning Mix
4 tablespoons cold water
1/2 cup tahini (sesame seed paste)
Dash of paprika for garnish
1. In a food processor, puree the chickpeas,
garlic, lemon juice, salad dressing and seasoning mix and water until very smooth,
about 3 minutes.
2. Add tahini paste and process an additional
2 minutes.
3. Spread hummus into a shallow serving
bowl.
4. Sprinkle top with paprika.
For more recipes and tips, visit
www.hiddenvalley.com.
Cheesy Ranch Popcorn
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 3 1/2 minutes
Makes: 6 (2 cup) servings
1 bag (3 ounces) reduced-fat, low sodium
butter-flavored microwave popcorn
1/4 pack (0.25 ounces) Hidden Valley Salad
Dressing & Seasoning Mix
3 sprays from olive oil mister
3 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
1. Pop popcorn according to package directions.
Immediately open the bag and pour the popcorn into
a large serving bowl.
2. Spray the popcorn with three sprays from the olive
oil mister, toss with salad dressing and seasoning
mix and then toss with the Parmesan cheese. Serve
immediately.
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THE REVERE JOURNAL
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED IN THE JACK SATTER HOUSE
The Jack Satter House held
its installation of officers and
board members on Jan. 22nd.
There was a short program
and dinner where Council
President John Powers and
State Rep. RoseLee Vincent
commended the people of
the Jack Satter House and its
officers. Priscilla Nickerson
was also on hand to represent
Mayor Dan Rizzo.
PHOTOS BY JOE PREZIOSO
The new officers is as follows:
President: Frank Sabbio
1st vice president: Georgette Hayes
2nd vice president: Roxanne Aiello
Treasurer: Terry Arthur
Recording Secretary: Eleanor Fine
Financial Secretary: Rosemary Hudson.
State Rep. RoseLee Vincent presented outgoing president Les
Uliss a certificate of appreciation from the House of Representatives.
Steve Post, director of the Jack Satter House, (right) installs
Frank Sabbio as the incoming president.
City Council President, John Powers presented outgoing Jack
Satter House president Les Uliss a certificate of appreciation
from the Revere City council.
New president Frank Sabbio thanked everyone who supported
him as well as the outgoing officers. He also quoted Mary Tyler
Moore is his inaugural speech, "Never let your ego get in the
way of someone else's idea."
Fran Ferrante, Rose Napolitano, Rose Mirasolo and (standing)
Pattie Manzo.
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THE REVERE JOURNAL
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Sports
RHS SPORTS Roundup
Lady Patriots win
three, now 10-1
The Revere High girls
basketball team crunched
three more opponents this
past week, raising their record to a sterling 10-1 and in
the process qualifying for the
post-season state tournament.
The Lady Patriots opened
their week last Monday with
a 53-39 triumph over former
Greater Boston League rival
Medford. The Lady Mustangs, who are in first place
in the GBL, came out on fire
from the outset, utilizing a
pressure defense that rattled
Revere in the opening period.
However, by the end of the
first half, the Lady Patriots
had turned the momentum in
their favor and then took control of the contest after the intermission.
"Medford started fast,
but we showed a lot of fight
and character in responding
to their challenge and then
picked up our intensity in the
second half, especially on defense," said RHS head coach
Diana DeCristoforo. "When
we play full-court, man-toman defense and force turnovers, it gets our guards running and creates opportunities
for us on offense."
Senior captain Tiphani Harris led the Lady Pats with 18
points. Maritza Scott with 13
points and Adanna Hector
with 11 also reached double
figures, followed by Meaghan
Gotham with six points, Valentina Pepic with two, Pamela
Gonzalez with two, and Natasha Iacoviello with a free
throw.
The Lady Patriots were
back in action the following
night, trekking to Danvers.
Once again a slow start bedeviled the Revere squad, which
found itself in a 14-0 hole after the opening four minutes.
"It was our second game in
two nights and our legs were
a little tired," said DeCristoforo. "Danvers is quick and
has some good shooters and
we allowed them to take control of the game. But after they
gave us their best shot, we responded with guts and toughness."
Indeed, after a Lady Patriot
timeout, the Revere girls soon
asserted total command of the
situation. A little arithmetic
shows that with a final score of
51-34 showing on the scoreboard at the end of the game,
the Lady Patriots outscored
their Lady Falcon rivals by the
wide margin of 51-20 over the
remaining three and a half periods. Adanna Hector topped
the Revere scoresheet with 10
points of the nine Lady Patriots who contributed to the Revere offensive production. Pepic and Gonzalez hit for eight
points apiece, Harris stuck for
seven, Scott added six, Gotham and Tatianna Iacoviello
chipped in four each, and Ally
Hinojosa and Natasha Iacviello both scored two points.
Friday evening's match with
Swampscott saw the Lady
Patriots reverse the opening
trend of the previous two contests as they took the initiative
from the outset. Revere sprinted to a 9-0 lead to start the
game and never looked back
en route to a 48-26 runaway
victory. Once again, the Lady
Patriots received balanced
scoring throughout their lineup, led by Scott with 12 points
and Harris with 11. Pepic added six, followed by Gonzalez
with five, Natasha Iacoviello
and Hinojosa with four each,
and Gotham with two.
"My goal as a coach is to
have every member of the
team contribute, whether it be
scoring, rebounding, passing,
or defensively, and we have
been doing that," said DeCristoforo. "Every girl knows that
she is an important part of the
team and every girl knows
that she is expected to play a
role in our success."
With their 10th win, the
Lady Patriots now have attained the first goal that DeCristoforo had set for them,
qualifying for the post-season
state tournament. Next up is
an NEC North Division title
and after that, a deep run in
the state tourney. "Our goal is
not just to be a good team, but
to be a great team," said the
coach. When asked the inevitable question of comparing
this squad to her now-legendary 20-0 Lady Patriot contingent of a few years ago, DeCristoforo said, "Obviously
there are differences, as there
always are with every team
each year. But the one common denominator between
that team and this one is that
they compete as hard in our
practices as they do in the
games."
The Lady Patriots were
scheduled to play Winthrop
yesterday (Tuesday), but the
blizzard had other plans for
DeCristoforo and her crew.
They will host a good Peabody
team Friday and then travel to
Lynn Classical Monday.
PHOTOS BY JENN CIMINO
On Friday, Jan. 23, RHS Girls Basketball Alumni came together
to support the 2014-2015 RHS Girls Basketball Team vs. Swampscott. The Patriots won 48-26.
In the photo above are members of the RHS Alumni squad :
Maureen DiBella (‘80), Corrie O’Neil (‘96), Jacqui Noel (‘13),
Adriana Borriello (13), Adrienne Maguire (‘76), Samantha Harris
(‘12), Melissa Moore-Randall (‘89), Danielle Smith (‘13), Cheryl
McGrath (‘82), Kelli Hyland (‘95), Karen Jouve (‘95), Gianna Bua
(‘13), Katie Aborn (‘97), Patrice Misiano Fogg (‘89), Diana Odoardi (‘88), Jill Blasi LeClare (‘88), Gena Restiano (‘13), Erin DeNofrio,
Caitlyn Caramello (‘13), Kim Penney and Diana DeCristoforo
(‘99) and the RHS Girls Basketball Team.
In the photo to the right are three of Revere High 1,000 Point
Scorers- Gena Restiano, Patrice Misiano Fogg and Karen Jouve.
RMS SPORTS Basketball
Middle School
Girls fall to tough
Swampscott squad
The Revere Middle School
girl's basketball team ran into
a buzz saw last Tuesday when
Swampscott invaded SBA
gymnasium. The Big Blue,
who had NEVER beaten the
Lady Patriots showed up with
a juggernaut unit, including 6'
2" 8th Grader Faye Parker (23
points and numerous blocks)
and put a lickin' on the young
Revere team. Our girls went
don 16-1 after 1 period and
though they outscored their
opponent 34-33 the rest of the
way just couldn't make up the
deficit and ended up on the
short end of a 49-35 score.
Emily DiGiulio (12) and
Erika Cheever (13) led the
way for their team scoring 25
points between them. Olivia
Novoselsky had 4, and Alana Nelson, Chloe Giordano,
and Catherine Woodbury all
chipped in with 2. Revere now
stands at 3-2 and plays at Sa-
Junior Lady Patriot
teams off to fine start
The Revere junior varsity,
freshman, and middle school
teams have been emulating
their varsity Lady Patriot
counterparts, as all three are
off to fine starts at the midpoint of the season.
The Revere High JV squad,
under the direction of coach
Kristin Ciappina, presently
sports an 8-3 record. The junior Lady Pats have been playing well defensively, working
together to secure over 35 rebounds a game. Offensively,
they are working as a whole
with everyone contributing
points to the scoresheet.
"Captains Elizabeth Lake
and Tia Fichera are a strong
and aggressive defensive unit,
working together to pressure
our opponents as both girls
are leading the team in steals
and assists," said Ciappina.
lem on Friday.
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Hoopsters Bury
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The Boys Middle School
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51-18. The Jr. Pats raced out
to a 27-4 1st quarter advantage and never looked back as
Coach Erik Maloy cleared the
bench early and cruised to the
victory.
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Samantha Woodman and
Victoria Puopolo are a tough
duo in the post, communicating well together in ripping
down rebounds and feeding
each other the ball to score.
"Gianna Berkowitz, Karen Malpica, and Teanna
Cruz-Prince
complement
the team’s defense. Hanadi
Kobilic and Wafaa Meliani
contribute in grabbing rebounds," added the coach.
Injured teammate Vanessa
Puopolo has been on hand to
cheer on her teammates.
Freshman coach Elizabeth
Leonard's freshman squad
has achieved a sterling 9-1
mark at the halfway point,
with their only loss coming
to Peabody by a slim threepoint margin.
"The intensity and dedication of these young ladies
have proven to be the keys to
our success," said Leonard.
"With only eight members on
the team, each one has contributed to our strong season
thus far."
Victoria Correia, Alena
Giuliano, Toni Scearbo, and
Jasmina Mujic each are averaging eight points per game.
The defense is held down by
Emily Wykes and Correia,
who are averaging six steals
per game.
The Middle School team,
which is comprised of seven sixth graders, two seventh graders, and six eighth
graders, stands at 4-2 on the
season with wins over Marblehead, Salem, and Saugus
and losses to Gloucester and
Swampscott.
"The girls work really hard
in practice and have already
seen great improvements in
their individual skills and
team play," said coach Erin
Parker.
Damiano Cevallos win
for RHS boys track
team
Richie Damiano and Nelson Cevallos won their respective events for the Revere High boys indoor track
team in the Patriots' meet
with Peabody last week.
Damiano captured the
1000 dash with a time of
2:51.9, while Cevallos took
the high jump with a leap of
5'-8".
Bounlaing Chea grabbed
second place for Revere
in the 600 in a clocking of
1:34.5. Edi Mujan and Anthony Berry tied for second
(and thus split the second and
third place points for Revere)
in the 300 dash in 40.5.
Lionel Forbes added a
point to the Revere total with
a third in the 50 hurdles in
7.2 and Danny Murphy took
a third in the 50 yard dash in
5.9.
Revere also won the 4 x
400 relay in a time of 3:59.2,
handily defeating their Peabody counterparts by 14.5
seconds, to finish with 24
points compared to Peabody's 62.
The Revere squad now will
compete in the Northeastern
Conference All-League Meet
Friday at the Reggie Lewis
Center.
RHS hockey team still
in the doldrums
The Revere High hockey
team came out on the short
end of both of its contests
this past week, dropping a
2-1 decision to Somerville
last Wednesday and then
falling by a 6-0 margin at
Gloucester Saturday.
"We're playing hard and
giving it a good effort, but
the bottom-line is that we're
younger and smaller than
the teams we're going up
against," said RHS head
coach Joe Ciccarello. "We're
having trouble scoring -- we
have only 18 goals in 14
games -- and you can't win
many games with that kind
of offense."
The Patriots grabbed a 1-0
lead in the opening frame in
their encounter with former
Greater Boston League rival
Somerville on a goal by Joe
Ristaino, assisted by Rich
Polignone, but Somerville
knotted matters before the
period ended.
Somerville then lit the
lamp in the middle period
for what would prove to be
the eventual game-winner.
"We had our chances to tie
Somerville, but we couldn't
finish our opportunities,"
said Ciccarello.
In Saturday's encounter at
Gloucester, defensive lapses allowed the Fishermen
to have three break-ins on
the RHS net. "Gloucester
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is one of the fastest-skating teams we've played, but
that's no excuse for allowing
the breakaways that we did,"
said Ciccarello.
"This is a great group
of kids," added the coach.
"They work hard and have
excellent character, but we
need to get bigger and more
experienced if we're going to
compete against the caliber
of teams on our schedule."
The Pats suffered a setback in the Somerville contest when Polignone, their
senior captain, left the ice
with a concussion and will
be out indefinitely.
Ciccarello and his crew
will host Swampscott tonight
(Wednesday) at 6:30 and
will entertain Peabody next
Wednesday at 5:30.
RHS
girls
track
competes vs. Peabody
The Revere High girls indoor track team ran into one
of the top teams in the Northeastern Conference Saturday
and came out on the short
end of a 72-14 decision to
Peabody.
Among the highlights for
the Lady Patriots was a second-place finish by Danielle
Fortuna in the 1000 meter
dash in a personal record
(PR) time of 3:47. Suellen
Guerreiro ran her season-best
time of 14:10 in the two mile
run to take second place in
that event.
Sophomore Monica Posada ran a PR for the third
straight meet in the mile with
a clocking of 6:28. "Monica
is one of the hardest workers on the team and she approaches every race with a
positive mindset and a numerical goal in mind," said
RHS head coach Antonio
LaBruna. "It has been a great
season for her to this point
and she is still getting better."
Angelisa Nguyen ran a
strong 49.8 in the 300 meter
dash, the first time that Angelisa has run in that event
this season, to capture third
place. Jasmine Zelkanovic
also earned a point for the
Revere scorebook with a
third place finish in the 50
hurdles in 9.3.
The Revere 4 x 400 relay
quartet, comprised of Monica Posada, Danielle Fortuna,
Nadia Lerari, and Yesenia
Arango, handily defeated
their Peabody counterparts.
The Revere foursome came
across in a time of 5:08.8, almost 20 seconds faster than
the 5:28.2 clocking for Peabody.
The Lady Patriots' will
compete in the Northeastern
Conference All-League Meet
Friday at the Reggie Lewis
Center.
Chea hits for 27
points,but Patriots fall
to Big Blue
Revere High boys basketball captain Tommy Chea
poured n 27 points, but the
Patriots came out on the short
end of a 68-59 decision to
Swampscott Friday evening.
The contest was a nip-andtuck affair throughout a fastpaced first half, which ended
with the teams deadlocked at
34-34, as both squads put on
an offensive show. The Revere side was led by Chea,
who hit for 20 of his points in
the opening two periods.
"Tommy was absolutely
outstanding for us tonight, as
he has been all season long,"
said RHS heard coach Adam
Rizzo. "Watching him in the
first half was just a show of
what he is capable of on a
nightly basis. I'm not sure
there is a player in the league
that does more for his team
than he does. We are asking
our point guard to cover the
opposing team's big men. He
also is our best rebounder,
scorer, passer, defender, decision-maker, and probably
shot-blocker.
"There isn't an area of the
game that Tommy doesn't
contribute to," continued Rizzo. "The coaching staff and I
knew coming into the season
that he would be a very good
player, but right now I would
have to say he is one of the
league's best."
However, as has happened
in many of their games this
season, the third quarter
continued to be the Patriots'
Achilles heel. Bad decisions
on the offensive end and the
inability to make defensive
stops allowed Swampscott
to move out to an eight-point
advantage at the third buzzer,
a lead that Revere never was
able to dent the rest of the
way.
Janard Jones, who sank a
trio of three-pointers, joined
Chea in the double-figures
club with 11 points.
Last Tuesday night the
Patriots took on Danvers,
one of the true powerhouse
boys' basketball programs in
the state that is ranked fifth
in Massachusetts by ESPN
High School Sports, and fell
by a score of 94-49.
"We knew it was going to
be an uphill battle," said Rizzo. "Our plan was to slow the
game down and work to get
the best shots possible. This
worked for half of the first
quarter as we held onto a slight
lead, but then the Falcons
turned it on and started clicking on all cylinders. They got
hot from three, they pounded
it inside to their 6'8" and 6'5"
big men, and there wasn't
much we could do about it.
"I've been coaching in the
NEC in some capacity for
the past seven years and have
had the privilege to watch
some very talented basketball
teams," added Rizzo. "What I
saw on Tuesday night was the
best team that the NEC has
ever had in Danvers. They're
going to be a contender for the
state title this year, and with
their combination of size and
skill, they can beat anybody in
the state."
The Patriots had been
scheduled to play Winthrop
last night (Tuesday), but that
contest was snowed-out. Rizzo and his crew will trek to
Peabody Friday night and will
host Lynn Classical next Tuesday.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
RHS Girls JV Basketball beats
Swampscott 49-32 on Friday Jan. 23.
PHOTOS BY JENN CIMINO
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Samantha Woodman drives left past a Swampscott defender.
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REVERE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM AWARDS BANQUET
The Revere High School Football team held its annual
Awards Banquet at the Mottolo Post on Sunday night. Individual and team were presented to players. Head coach Lou
Ciccatelli thanked the parents club for its outstanding effort in
organizing the banquet.
Academic Award winners; 1st row: Daniel Murphy, Giuseppe Cincinnato, Ronny Marcelino, Alejandro Portillo, Adan Valle, Damond
Khat, Florens Shoshe, John DeSimone, 2nd row: Dhimiter Shosho, Leandro Montoya, Corey Khat, Vinnie LoBuono, Steven Noel,
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THE REVERE JOURNAL
REVERE SENIOR CENTER
Rossetti Cowan Senior Center activities
25 Winthrop Ave.
Chair Massage
Therapeutic Massage can relax tense Muscles due to overwork or stress. It can also improve the blood supply to tissues,
improve energy and alertness and relieve stress and anxiety. On
Monday February 9, 2015 Barbara MacDonald Certified and
Licensed massage Therapist will be offering 10 to 15 minute
chair massage at the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center from 10:00
AM to noon, the cost is $ 5.00 per session and although walk-in
will be serviced, it is advisable to call for a Reservation at 781286-8156
Monthly Podiatry Clinic
Dr.David Kaplan Foot Doctor February 4, 2015 from 9:00
-1:00PM
Only Routine Foot Care including cutting of toenails and
trimming of Calluses will be offered. Referrals to other Specialists will be made if necessary for more complicated problems. Services will be a discounted fee of $20.00 per visit.
HMO plans, Medicaid and Medicare will not be Free
Hearing Program
Free, Frequency Test and Case history Analysis, as well as
cleaning are available at the Rossetti/Cowan Senior Center, 25
Winthrop Ave. for Elderly Residents
The next hearing date will be February 26, 2015 from 9:00
a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Appointments are suggested but walk-ins will be serviced if
time allows
Blood Pressure Individual Conference
Thursday February 5th and February 19th
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Join us for Zumba Toning Class.
Great Workout and lots of fun !
Zumba classes are back at the Senior Center Wednesday evenings at 6:15 P.M.
to 7:15 P.M. Please use front door. All levels of fitness and all
ages are welcome. Cost is $5.00 per class.
Weekly Movies on Wednesdays are as follows
Movies start at 12:30 with Light refreshments served.
Wednesday January 28…..Night at the Museum
Author Len Sandler will be signing copies of his book titled
See You On The High Ground (The Jared C. Monti Story) at the
Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center on
February 26 at 10:00 AM
Lunch Menu for week of January 29 through February 4
Thursday January 29…. Rotini & Meatballs W/Tomato
Sauce, French Roll, Sliced Pears and Cookies, Milk, Coffee or
Tea
Friday January 30….. Fish & Cheese On A Roll W/Tartar
Sauce, French Fries, Cream Of Broccoli Soup, Apricot halves,
Milk, Coffee, Or Tea
Monday February 2…. Stuffed Green Peppers, Cream Of
Chicken Soup, Whole Wheat Bread, Fruit Cocktail, Milk, Coffee or Tea
Tuesday February 3…..Hot Dog On A Roll W/Mustard
& Relish, Baked Brown Beans, Loretta’s Potato Salad Apple
Sauce, Milk, Coffee or Tea
Wednesday February 4 …. Fish & Cheese On A Roll, French
Fries, Soup Du Juor, Vanilla Pudding, Milk, Coffe or Tea
The Seniors That Care Program
The seniors That Care Program is a program in which seniors
have been participating in knitting blankets for elders and babies at various hospitals, nursing homes and homeless shelters.
We are currently looking for any new participants who would
like to join us on a Thursday morning at the Rossetti-Cowan
Senior Center at 10:00 a.m. Even if you are unable to knit you
may be able to learn how to and have a fun of socialization. For
more information on the Seniors that Care program or to donate
any yarn please call Lois Diamond at 781-286-8156 or drop by
any Thursday morning 25 Winthrop Ave.
UPCOMING FOXWOODS CASINO TRIP
Tuesday February 24, 2015
$25.00 per person Includes bus ticket, free buffet or $10
voucher for selected restaurants at Foxwoods and $10.00 slot
play. Bingo and refreshments and Movie offered on bus. Bus
departs from the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center, 25 Winthrop
Ave. Revere, MA. @ 8:00 AM Sharp!! Please reserve and
make payments before February 17, 2015.
Please call Senior Center for Reservations at 781-286-8156
We would like to offer Revere residents a chance to meet as
a group and discuss the loss of loved ones affects on those left
to grieve.
This would be a gathering where one could come and discuss
or just listen to various people who may want to share how they
are feeling. This will be a group of people listening or offering
compassion at a time when it’s needed most. For more information or if you plan to attend please contact Lois Diamond at
781-286-8156
Group Name : Sharing Grief Experiences
Meeting Date: Monday January 26, 2015
Place : The Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center 25 Winthrop Ave,
Revere, Ma 02151
Time: 1:00 to 3:00 P.M.
PATRIOT SENIOR ACTIVITIES
The First meeting for 2015 is Tuesday March 10, 2015
March 10 - Irish Cabaret Show at Venus DeMilo with Corn
Beef & Cabbage Dinner or Baked Scrod
$85.00 per person
APRIL 14-16 - Penn Dutch Trip featuring the live performance of the play Moses Includes 2 Nights Lodging, 4 Meals,
Tickets to "MOSES" Touring & time to shop at the Farmers'
Market $399.00 per person
April 21 - Live in Concert Neil Sedaka at Mohegan Sun
Premium Seats $99.00 per person General Admission $89.00
per person Payment must be received with reservations
Please call Lorraine 781-289-3039 Reserve early..
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Mendez joins East Boston Savings
Bank as Assistant Vice President
Enjoying breakfast at the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Center: Agnes
Ferrioli and Theresa Ricupero smile after sipping some super
coffee and a muffin served by our favorite kitchen volunteer
Rosalie DeRosa and kitchen worker Angela Toscano. Each day
seniors hop on the shuttle and come to the senior center to socialize, have breakfast and activities, followed by lunch, bingo,
and other programs. Photos-Stephen W. Fielding
CHA earns the Gold Seal Award
Cambridge Health Alliance
(CHA), a vital and innovative community health system that serves Cambridge,
Somerville, and Boston’s
metro-north communities, has
earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Hospital Accreditation
by demonstrating continuous
compliance with its performance standards. The Gold
Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an
organization’s commitment to
providing safe and effective
patient care.
CHA underwent a rigorous,
unannounced on-site survey
in last fall. During the review,
a team of Joint Commission
expert surveyors evaluated compliance with hospital
standards related to several
areas, including emergency
management, environment of
care, infection prevention
and control, leadership, and
medication management. Surveyors also conducted 61 site
observations and interviewed
more than 200 employees.
The Joint Commission
has accredited hospitals for
more than 60 years. More
than 4,000 general, children’s,
long-term acute, psychiatric,
rehabilitation and specialty
hospitals currently maintain
accreditation from The Joint
Commission, awarded for a
three-year period. In addition,
approximately 360 critical
access hospitals maintain accreditation through a separate
program.
“Joint Commission accreditation provides hospitals
with the processes needed to
improve in a variety of areas
from the enhancement of staff
education to the improvement
of daily business operations,”
said Mark G. Pelletier, RN,
MS, chief operating officer,
Division of Accreditation and
Certification Operations, The
Joint Commission. “In addition, our accreditation helps
hospitals enhance their risk
management and risk reduction strategies. We commend
CHA for its efforts to become
a quality improvement organization.”
“CHA is pleased to receive
accreditation from The Joint
Commission, the premier
health care quality improvement and accrediting body in
the nation,” said Paul Allen,
MD, MPH, CHA’s chief quality officer. “The surveyors
praised our level of integration and alignment throughout CHA and applauded our
staff’s teamwork, passion,
and excellence. The recognition truly validates our commitment to deliver safe and
high-quality care to our patients every day.”
The Joint Commission’s
hospital standards are developed in consultation with
health care experts and providers, measurement experts, and
patients. The standards are informed by scientific literature
and expert consensus to help
hospitals measure, assess and
improve performance.
Founded in 1951, The Joint
Commission seeks to continuously improve health care for
the public, in collaboration
with other stakeholders, by
evaluating health care organizations and inspiring them
to excel in providing safe and
effective care of the highest
quality and value. The Joint
Commission accredits and
certifies more than 20,500
health care organizations
and programs in the United
States, including hospitals and
health care organizations that
provide ambulatory and office-based surgery, behavioral
health, home care, laboratory,
and nursing home services.
An independent, not-for-profit
organization, The Joint Commission is the nation’s oldest
and largest standards-setting
and accrediting body in health
care. Learn more at www.
jointcommission.org.
Cambridge Health Alliance is a vital and innovative
community health system that
provides essential services to
Cambridge, Somerville, and
Boston’s metro-north communities. It includes three
hospital campuses, a network
of primary care and specialty
practices, and the Cambridge
Public Health Dept. CHA is
a Harvard Medical School
teaching affiliate and is also
affiliated with Harvard School
of Public Health, Harvard
School of Dental Medicine,
and Tufts University School
of Medicine. For more information, visit www.challiance.
org.
PARKWAY OPTICAL
and EYECARE
Established 1957
Janis M. Cotter, O.D.
COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAMS
Testing for glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic eye disease.
Contact Lens Consultations and Fittings
Philip Cotter, R.D.O.
COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICES
Dianna Iandolo O.D.
Eyewear for the Family • Eyeglasses repaired
Senior Discounts, Medicare, HMO’s,
and many other insurances accepted.
Hours: Mon. - Fri. 9:00am - 6:00pm • Closed Wed. & Sun.• Sat. 9:00am-3:00pm
80 Broadway • Revere, MA
781-289-7929
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East Boston Savings Bank
President and CEO Richard
Gavegnano has announced
that Adnai Mendez has been
appointed as the new Assistant Vice President of EBSB’s
Central Square, East Boston
office.
As Assistant Vice President, Adnai will focus on
growing and managing the
branch’s deposits as well as
overseeing its daily operations
while providing guidance, encouragement and recognition
to his staff so that they can
in turn provide exceptional
service to customers. Prior
to joining EBSB, Adnai was
a branch manager at Citizens
Bank.
Adnai, a native of Cuba, is
currently enrolled at Northeastern University studying
for his Bachelors in Leadership. Founded in 1848, East Boston Savings Bank operates 27
full-service branches in the
Adnai Mendez
greater Boston metropolitan
area and offers a variety of
deposit and loan products to
individuals and businesses
located in its primary market,
which consists of Essex, Middlesex and Suffolk counties.
Tips offered for safe snow shoveling
A 2011 study published in
the Clinical Research in Cardiology revealed that shoveling snow actually does increase the risk of a having a
heart attack. The study looked
at 500 people and found that
7 percent started experiencing
symptoms of heart problems
while shoveling snow. The
cardiologists conducting the
Canadian study felt that while
7 percent is significant, there
could be as many as double
that number given the fact that
the patients may not have connected their heart problems
with snow shoveling.
“While heart attacks may
be the most serious consequence of shoveling snow,
there are other even more
common health risks including dehydration, back injuries, pulled muscles, broken
bones and frostbite. But the
good news is there are ways
to safely shovel snow,” said
Martin B. Tirado, CAE, Executive Director, Snow & Ice
Management Association.
The Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA),
the national nonprofit organization representing the snow
removal industry, is suggesting these tips for safe snow
shoveling:
TIP #1: Stay on top of the
snow. No we aren’t suggesting that you make snow angels but when there’s a heavy
snow, the best advice is to stay
ahead of the storm. SIMA
recommends that to prevent
snow and ice from adhering
to the sidewalk or street, clear
the snow every few inches instead of waiting for the snow
to stop falling before you head
outdoors.
TIP #2: Wear breathable
layers. Layering is typical
cold winter weather advice.
We suggest wearing layers
of loose clothing so you can
peal a layer off if you get hot.
Avoid wearing heavy wools,
manmade materials or other
materials that don’t allow perspiration to evaporate. Better
choices are cotton and silk.
TIP #3: Watch your feet.
No you aren’t on Dancing
with the Stars, but nonetheless, you need to pay attention
to what’s on your feet when
heading outdoors to shovel
snow. SIMA suggests wearing
quality outdoor winter wear
such as waterproof boots with
good traction. Good traction
is critical to ensuring that you
don’t slip and fall.
TIP #4: Take a few minutes
to stretch. Shoveling snow
is a workout so you need to
stretch to warm up your muscles particularly because you
are shoveling snow in the cold
weather. Stretching before
you start shoveling will help
prevent injury and fatigue.
TIP #5: Push don’t lift.
Sounds like something a high
school wrestling coach may
say but if you push the snow
to the side rather than trying to
lift the snow to remove it, you
exert less energy thereby placing less stress on your body.
TIP #6: Drink up! Water
that is. SIMA recommends
taking frequent breaks and
staying hydrated. You should
drink water as if you were enduring a tough workout at the
gym or running five miles.
TIP #7: Don’t play in traffic. Sometimes people get so
focused on the task at hand
they don’t pay attention to
their surroundings. When
shoveling snow near streets,
pay attention to the traffic
since vehicles may not have
good traction in the snow and
ice.
TIP #8: Call and text. We’re
not suggesting that you make
calls and text while shoveling snow, but it is important
to have your cell phone on
you so you can make a call in
event of an emergency.
FEBRUARY IS NATIONAL PET
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THE REVERE JOURNAL
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Getting Out
‘Muckrakers’
By Sheila Barth
[email protected]
More than ever, the question of privacy, revealing
classified information, and
the people’s right to know has
taken on iconic proportions
during this era of terrorism,
corruption, and scandal. Are whistle blowers, hackers, and people who reveal
dirty, little (and big) secrets
heroes or treasonous enemies,
treacherous to our country’s
security? Where do we draw
the line? In Zayd Dohrn’s one-act,
two-people play, currently
performed at New Repertory’s Black Box Theater, the
playwright pits an ambitious
“almost 26-year-old” American activist female who
believes in full disclosure
against an “almost 40-yearold” British political journalist-hacker, who’s on a global
lecture circuit. He’s scheduled
to speak in Berlin, Paris, and
other high-profile cities, but
he’s staying one step ahead of
authorities seeking to capture
Esme Allen and Lewis D. Wheeler.
him.
Dohrn wrote the play
in 2010, when Bradley-now-Chelsea Manning,
a 22-year-old Army sergeant
and intelligence analyst,
leaked classified information
from the US State and Defense departments. The play
premiered at Barrington Stage
in 2013, coincidentally when
29-year-old NSA contractor
Edward Snowden leaked classified information to journalists, who, in turn, published
some of it throughout the
world. Dohrn’s play has some
holes, but accomplished actors Esme Allen as Mira and
Lewis D. Wheeler as Stephen
are so entertaining, we don’t
quibble over details, such as
his paranoia about getting
captured, yet he lectures in
public, gets tipsy, and loosens up with this pretty young
activist stranger. Besides
making these two characters
likable and believable, Direc-
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tor Bridget Kathleen O’Leary
keeps their discourse and action tightly timed, ratcheting
up the intrigue. Allen and Wheeler as Stephen expertly play a challenging,
ping-pong-style,
cat-and-mouse game as two
strangers thrown together after he lectures in her group.
There wasn’t enough money
to pay for putting Stephen
up in a hotel, so Mira, who
claims to be a Smith College
graduate, originally from Ann
Arbor, Mich., takes him in for
the night at her studio flat. She
works for the Durga Project,
an activist group that wants
full transparency - to keep everything out in the open.
She bolsters his ego, telling him he’s admired around
the world for printing classified information - a rock star.
“You’ve opened the floodgates with one leak,” she
gushes. Noting his paranoia,
she adds, no one would try to
kill him.
But he knows he’s constantly being followed, he retorts.
Stephen pat searches Mira. He
One-act, 80-minute play by Zayd Dohrn, appearing through
Feb. 1, with New Repertory Theatre, at the Arsenal Center
for the Arts Black Box Theatre, 321 Arsenal St., Watertown.
Performances: Jan.30, at 8 p.m.; Jan. 29, at 2,7:30 p.m.; Jan. 31, at
3,8 p.m.; Feb. 1, at 2 p.m. only.Talkbacks Jan. 29, Feb. 1, after the 2
p.m. matinee. Tickets, $36; senior, student, group discounts. Call
the Box Office at 617-923-8487 or visit newrep.org.
makes her leave the bathroom
door open when she goes pee.
He searches her apartment for
“bugs”.
Throughout the evening,
Mira challenges the public’s
right to full disclosure - complete transparency, she says
- while Stephen, is highly protective of his fragile military
source. Stephen’s willing to disclose anything about his personal life, but nothing else, he
insists. But Mira is coy, cagey,
flirtatious, able to get him to
reveal more than he intended.
Drinking more, he lets
down his guard as the couple’s flirtation escalates into a
nude romp in her bed, nicely
nuanced by Christopher Brusberg’s lighting. His phone rings continu-
ously with important messages. He takes one call, which
upsets him greatly, reducing
him to tears. And she comforts
him.
Thing is, which one is actually totally transparent and
truthful? Is Mira who she says
she is? Does she fully understand Stephen’s situation and
the consequences involved if
she exposes him further?
Dohrn keeps theatergoers
questioning with his surprising plot turns and ending. “Muckrakers” should top
your list of things-to-see, especially during today’s worldwide terrorist attacks, political grandstanding, and the
media’s eagerness to expose
whatever it can, rightfully or
not.
‘Crime and Punishment’ full of sound and fur y
By Sheila Barth
[email protected]
It’s no small feat to stage
Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s convoluted, classic novel of crime
and retribution. The novel
was originally published in
12 monthly installments in a
Russian literary journal, The
Russian Messenger, in 1866,
and later in a single volume,
after the author’s return from
a 10-year exile in Siberia.
The story is rife with symbolism, many primary, secondary, and tertiary characters, and a timeless plot that
resonates even louder in today’s society.
Marilyn Campbell and
Curt Columbus’ 2007, oneact, award-winning theater
adaptation of Dostoyevsky’s
“conversation on the nature
of evil,” takes a contemporary tact, probing into the
Crossword Puzzle
Across
1 They’re dirty pool
11 WNBA positions
15 Muse of sacred music
16 Brest milk
17 Does a bit of informal polling
18 Paquin of “True Blood”
19 Note
20 Puzzle (out)
21 Model born Lesley Hornby
23 Equinox mo.
24 Accepted
25 “GoodFellas” Oscar winner
28 Reckon, in the boonies
30 OR abbr.
32 One who’s done stretches?
33 Texas Rangers CEO
35 Leap on blades
36 Story writer/poet Grace who studied
with Auden
37 Classic Leontyne Price role
38 Honey Ryder and Xenia Onatopp, e.g.
40 Out of line
41 Inseparable
42 Some rectangular bars
43 Feinting spells?
44 Ore.’s highest point
46 Broker’s advice
47 Any regular on “The View”
48 Numbers for closers
50 Cone head?
53 __ Bacon: “East of Eden” character
54 Got at
57 Structure on piles
58 “When pigs fly!”
55 Bergen’s home: Abbr.
59 More than asked
24 Phrase of emphasis
56 Org. working on bridges
60 Safari sights
25 R&B singer Bryson
26 Dow 30 company
Down
27 When, in Act Two of “Macbeth,”
1 They’re no. experts
the Porter knocks at the gate
2 It may wind up around the house 28 Caught
3 Paul’s “The Prize” co-star
29 Taquer’a meat
4 Bard’s interjections
31 Irritates, with “at”
5 Introduce by degrees
34 Far from mellifluous
6 Stack sweetener
36 At the helm of
7 GP gps.
39 Nursery sounds
8 Weight
40 Like much business?
9 Can across the pond
45 Put away
10 “I’m afraid the news is not good ...” 46 Wedding announcement
11 One may be filed
47 Stupefyin’ Jones creator
12 It merged with Zanzibar in 1964
48 First-year Spanish verb
13 Gangbuster’s target
49 Mexican waterways
14 Inn time
50 Persian for “place of”
22 Singer of complex songs
51 One needing social work?
23 Baste
52 Confucius’s “Book of __”
conscience and subconscious
of the classic masterpiece’s
handsome, 23-year-old former
law student, Rodion Raskolnikov. Bitter, impoverished,
and beaten down, Raskolnikov’s desperation drives
him to commit murder. Then,
he rationalizes his heinous act
is justified, because it enables
him to commit kindly acts. As
his guilt weighs more heavily
on his conscience, he seeks redemption.
In this deliberately scaleddown version, the playwrights
call for three actors to portray
several characters. Directed
by Catherine Bertrand, Salem Theatre Company’s production on opening night is a
praiseworthy attempt, full of
sound and fury, but the characters are thinly drawn. On
the small, stark stage, Jonathan Moriarty’s lighting spotlights each character during
key scenes, and appropriately
darkens during bleak moments. As theatergoers, a lone man
sits silently, deep in troubled
thought. With Alexander Castillo portraying main character
Raskolnikov, we explore his
reasons for committing double murder, traveling through
his subconscious and conscience-wrestling. At times,
Castillo is compelling, especially when he’s engaging in
cat-and-mouse, “modern-day
crime-solving”
encounters
with seemingly sympathetic
detective, Porfiry Petrovitch,
(Robert Cope). As Raskolnikov devolves
further into guilt-ridden hysteria, Castillo rants, rages, cries,
battling his inner demons, then
asks us onlookers whether we
agree with his philosophy -
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specific people, like Napoleon
Bonaparte and him, have the
right to kill others to benefit
the downtrodden and society. As Porfiry, Cope is affable, believably interested in
Raskolnikov’s legal theories
(he read a paper the young
man wrote in college). While
solving his case, Porfiry seems
earnestly trying to befriend
Raskolnikov and save him
from a tougher prison sentence. He calls Raskolnikov
the “new face of crime,” while
Raskolnikov counters with
Porfiry’s new police tactics
won’t work on him.
Then, too, Porfiry throws
Raskolnikov a curve. The killer has confessed, he says,but
he knows Raskolnikov is
the real murderer who has
committed the perfect crime.
Porfiry gambles on whether
Raskolnikov’s conscience will
allow an innocent person to be
convicted. Cope also portrays unemployed drunkard, Marmeladov, whose Bible-reading
daughter, Sonia, is forced into
prostitution to support her
family while he “drinks away
her earnings”. Cope is cleverly cloying as Porfiry, but he’s
bland as Marmeladov. Through quick costume,
posture and voice changes, Jade Mears morphs from
Raskolnikov’s elderly, bentover, skinflint, pawnbroker-moneylender-slum landlady, to Sonia.Donning a black
hat and assuming a kindly demeanor, Mears transforms into
Lizaveta, the landlady’s sister
and Sonya’s friend, whom
Raskolnikov also murders, because she witnessed his stabbing her sister to death. Donning a shawl, Mears changes
One-act,
90-minute,
three-person adaptation of
Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s novel,
by Marilyn Campbell and
Curt Columbus, appearing with Salem Theatre
Company through Feb.14:
Thursdays-Saturdays, at 7:30
p.m.; Sundays at 3 p.m. at 90
Lafayette St., Salem. Tickets,
$10-$30; Feb. 5, LGBT
night; discount tickets, postshow meet and greet. Visit
salemtheatre.ticketleap.com/
crime-punishment/. again, as Raskolnikov’s loving, pathetic mother, who
borrows money and gives him
everything she has, before dying, heartbroken.
As their devotion to each
other increases, emotional
scenes require more intensity,
more chemistry between the
couple.
Raskolnikov gave Sonia the
money his mother gave him,
so she can pay for a proper
funeral for her father and support her family. Raskolnikov
also squirreled away some of
his stolen booty under a rock,
and begs Sonia to run away
with him. When he confesses
to her, Sonia convinces him to
confess, repent. She promises
not to abandon him. Important subplots and key
characters of Raskolnikov’s
best friend, his sister Dounia,
her former employer who is
fixated on her, and her vapid,
wealthy fiance,’ are ignored. Then again, it’s nearly impossible to winnow this 19th
century masterpiece into 90
minutes. Also, I attended
“Crime and Punishment” on
opening night, so by now,
those first-night jitters and minor stage snafus are probably
solved. Real Estate Transfers
BUYER 1
BUYER 2
Escolero, Victoria
Guzman, Edwin J
JP Morgan Chase Bank NA
Stasio, Matthew C
Dass, Jasmine
Pabla, Piara
Bilimoria, Parushasp
Bilimoria, Sarosh H
Santos, Charlotte
Don Q Real Estate Dev
Wiltrout, Mary E
Nunes, Alberto
Toste, Salvatore
Toste, Bernadette
SELLER 1
Bruzzese, Anthony J
Huttova, Iveta
Rizzo, Lee
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Ciampa, Joseph
Crosby, Robert H
Russell, Edward
Toste, Salvatore
Damato, Shawn
SELLER 2
ADDRESS
CITY
Bruzzese, Marion L 44 Barrett St
Revere
JP Morgan Chase Bank NA 105 Franklin Ave #97 Revere
81 High St
Revere
142 Lincoln St
Revere
239-241 Proctor Ave Revere
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25 Standish Rd
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ChELsEa
Winthrop
CharLEstoWn
East
Boston
NEW TING
LIS
MALDEN
Suffolk Ave. 5 rooms, 2 bedrooms, 1st floor
unit. Completely renovated with hard woods
and granite counters. 1 off St. parking.
Asking $1,500.00
CHELSEA
Webster St. Chelsea, 2nd floor unit featuring
5 bedrooms, kit, living and dining room.
Beautifully renovated. Asking $1,400.00
EVERETT
Hancock St. New Kitchen with wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances and granite
counters. Large apartment. Asking 1,600.00
Chatham St. 2nd floor huge unit featuring 4
rooms, 2 bedrooms, new stove. Hardwood
flooring, full bath. Asking $1,400.00
Asking $425k
Licoln St. 2 level unit featuring 1 bedroom
with heat and hot water. Refrigerator included. Off street parking. Asking $1,000.00
Katherin
Schiavo
Diane Law
John
McLaughlin
Un
and bike paths. Asking $114k.
Paul Teixiera Laura Abbene
WINTHROP
OCEANFRONT
1 & 2 Bedroom. Modern,
spacious apartments for rent.
Heat, parking, pool, cabana,
exercise room, fabulous view,
balcony. 8 minutes to Logan.
Near “T” No pets.
From $1,500 M-F 9-3
FORT HEATH APARTMENTS
617-846-7300
• 123 APT.
FOR RENT
Apartments Available
Office Space
617-846-9200
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REVERE
OFFICES
FOR
RENT
High visibility
office for rent,
includes use of
conference room
and all utilities.
$375/mo. and up
781-286-1484
Winthrop
1 + 2 Bedrom Apts:
Brick Complex w/
Elevator located near
Park &
Transportation.
$1125 - $1300 inc FREE
HEAT!
Full Kitchen, Full
Bath, Sliders to
Balcony, A/C,
Security, Parking,
Storage, POOL. Res
Mgr & 24/7
Maintenance.
Ref & Credit Req.
617-846-4115.
Dogs NO
ROOM FOR
RENT
Single Room for one
person, includes utilities,
cable, internet, parking,
near Busline,
$500 per month . 781975-2706 [email protected]
hotmail.com
-----------------East Boston : Furnished
Room, New Bed & TV,
available in 2 Bedroom
Apt with deck. Share
with 55 year old male
roommate $650.00
per month.( includes
utilities & cable) - 2
weeks Security required
- Great Deal.
617-584-7771
--------------------------• 123$
APT.3
APARTMENT FOR RENT
FOR RENT
CONDO
SHARE
WINTHROP: Share a
condo on Seal Harbor,
2 Bedroom , 2 Bath ( 1
bedroom & Bathroom
for you ) + parking
space
$900.00
per month Utilities &
cable included 24 hr
Concierge Call 617331-0517
ent
em
gre
A
der
Bowler St. 3rd floor unit with 4 rooms, 1
bedroom, office/den. Refrigerator included
off street parking for 1. Asking $1,100.00
Baltimore St. 2 level unit, 3 rooms, 1
bedroom, heat and hot, water included.
Cats only for pets. Off street parking for 4.
Asking $1,200.00
“ It
Great investment
opportunity to
own two incomes
and run your own
business. Property
has one working
office and sale set up and a residential unit for
sale in a highly visible location. Asking $449k.
LYNN
Saugus–3 Room
Condo centrally
located in Saugus.
Professionally
maintained with high
occupancy rate. Inground pool walking
John Green
Paul Clamens
Un
Senad Resic
Johnathan
Clamens
Kimberly
Paula
Revere–New listing.
Large single family home
centrally featuring 3
bedrooms, 2 full baths,
Kitchen, living, and
dining rooms. 2 fireplaces
and great room.
Asking $325K
Revere–Totally remod-
ree
g
er A
d
Un
spacious condo features
new kitchen, Heat, hot
water Insurance included
in condo fee.
Asking $350K
Revere-Ocean Front
Ludmillla
Lopes
James
Harrington
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HELP WANTED
Car Service
3
$
CHELSEA: Available now.
Prattville area - Nichols24 HOUR/7 DAY TAXI Service
St. across from park.
Large 1BR,2nd Floor.
Must have experience, with
No Smoking, No Pets.
current
RMV driving record
$1300. 781-645-2062 .
TAXI DRIVERS
781-284-5300
781-284-5300
WANTED
and neat and clean
appearance.
Diana Aponte
D
L
SO
Bihn P
Matthew
Powers
Dario Quiroz
Un
Meticulously
maintained 2 family home in West
Revere. 5 rooms for
new owner, 4 rooms
for tenant. Two car
garage, built in pool.
SOLD 475K
Matthew
Vasquez
FACILITIES TECHNICIAN – Full time
Requirements and Qualifications:
Building maintenance including minor electrical, mechanical, plumbing, construction, modification, and repair. Basic computer skills,
abilitiy to work independently, and year of experience in property
maintenance including: HVAC, Electrical, Painting, Carpentry, and
Plumbing with a demonstrated competency in at least two of these areas. Must pass CORI, possess a valid Mass Drivers License and have
own vehicle, and have a clean driving record.
Responsibilities:
Assists with other Facility Department responsibilities as required, including, but not limited to, painting, and some cleaning, such as toilet
overflows and snow removal. Performs maintenance duties including,
but not limited to, minor electrical and plumbing repair, light carpentry, general building maintenance as assigned by supervisor. Schedule
may include nights or weekends as required
To apply, please submit cover letter and resume to:
Shore Educational Collaborative | Human Resources Department
100 Revere Beach Parkway | Chelsea, MA 02150
Fax: 617-887-2960 | E-mail: [email protected]
EOE
To Place Your Ad Call
781-485-0588
it’s all about
community.
Exciting things are happening at the nationally
recognized East Boston Neighborhood Health
Center. As one of the largest community health
centers in the country, we provide a comprehensive system of services including
primary and specialty care, a 24-hour Emergency Department, community-based
outreach and health education programs, and a widely acclaimed Elder Service
Plan (PACE). We now have over 800 dedicated employees and 170 providers to
support our mission to provide quality health care that is both affordable
and accessible.
TransporTaTion associaTes
Full-time positions available to provide trans$500 Sign-on
portation services to the Elder Service Plan (ESP)
Bonus!
participants. Candidate must have the ability to
move and assist participants - some heavy lifting required;
have good communication skills, the ability to work independently and to
make common sense decisions. Requires HS Diploma/GED, MA driver’s
license, excellent driving record and van driving experience. At least one
year of geriatric experience. Must successfully pass a Department of
Transportation approved medical examination prior to hire date.
HealTH aides
Up to $300
Full time, part time, and per-diem positions
available to provide care to our elderly participants in Sign-on Bonus!
our ESP program. Home Health Aide Certification
required as well as HS Diploma/GED. Reading and writing skills as well as
excellent clinical and interpersonal skills also required. At least one year of
home health aide experience preferred.
We provide a full array of benefits for you and your family and are
conveniently located near the Maverick Blue Line T station.
Please send your resume to:
Human Resources
10 Gove Street, East Boston, MA 02128
AM & PM shifts available.
To Place Your
Email: [email protected]; Fax: 617-568-4489
Full & Part Time positions.
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Group
Large Well Maintained
home with many new
nt
me upgrades. New roof 2014.
e
gre
A
der
3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths,
living room with fireplace
Asking $324K
Revere Ocean front
living. 1 bedroom,
9th floor unit with
a den/office which
offers direct ocean
views. 24 hour
concierge on duty.
SOLD 275K
D
L
SO
Joanne Luti Mahinder Kaur
Dominic
DiCato
Gerald
Abbey
Leigh
Stimolo
WANTED
DELIVERY
DRIVER
to deliver
flowers, must
have own car.
please call
Mr.Flower
781-286-3833
Elder Services Agency seeks a
responsible, caring individual
to deliver meals to homebound
elders in Revere and Chelsea.
Hours are Monday – Friday from
9:30am to 12:30 pm. Rate of
pay is $9.00 per hour plus .50
per mile. Must have own
transportation.
Please call MaryJane at
(617) 884-2500
Chelsea Revere Winthrop Elder Services,
100 Everett Avenue, Unit 10,
Chelsea, MA
EOE/AA
Career Fair
Tuesday, February
January 3rd
7:00am – 5:00pm
Chelsea Jewish Foundation
165 Captains Row, Chelsea, MA
Accepting applications for all positions and locations, but currently hiring for:
RN’s  LPN’s  CNA’s  Home Health Aides  Dietary Staff
The Chelsea Jewish Foundation is seeking competent, caring and kind individuals that take pride
in delivering excellence in serving others, especially our elderly population.
Complete the application for employment online to expedite your interview!
Visit www.chelseajewish.org and click on “Careers”.
Please dress for a professional environment and bring copies of your résumé.
Allow yourself 60-90 minutes for this experience. Parking available on surrounding streets.
STERLINGWEAR OF BOSTON
175 McClellan Highway • East Boston, MA. 02128
Telephone: 866-889-8688 • Fax: 617-567-6472
Part Time Retail Sales Associates- East Boston, MA
Sterlingwear of Boston is looking for enthusiastic associates to join our
talented staff selling Made in America products. Weekend availability
is required! Must have a positive attitude and enjoy working with the
public. Comparable sales experience preferred. Must be at least 18.
For more information about Sterlingwear of Boston, Inc. please go to
www.sterlingwear.com.
Apply in person at our East Boston store or email your resume to
[email protected] Sterlingwear Employees share a
commitment to quality and a commitment to a safe, dignified and
respectful work environment for all. Sterlingwear is an Equal
Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color,
national origin, sex, age, status as a protected veteran, among other
things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
The
If you believe you have been
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MEALS ON WHEELS DRIVER
• 272 GENERA L
HELP WANTED
East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
Vice-President
East Boston Mix
Use Property
Featuring 2 rental
units. 1 unit features
2 beds and an office,
the other has 2 beds.
A working Pizzeria
for the third unit inclusive of the business all on a busy
corner lot in East Boston. Asking $830k
nt eled condo on upper floor
me in desirable building. This
TRANSPORTATION
TRANSPORTATION
:
Ride Right Transportation Inc.
TAXI
NEW TING
LIS
em
gre
A
der
EVERETT: Commercial/
Industrial building for
lease.
Office 2,500 SF.
Garage/Warehouse
3,000 SF. 4 Loading
docks & 60,000 SF
Parking lot. Call (617)
884-0168
…………
CHELSEA: Industrial/
Office/Food Processing/
Warehouse building for
lease
65,000 SF freezer /
cooler. Call (617) 8840168
---------------------
REVERE: Off Broadway.
Professional office
space. On public
transportation. Call for
details. 978-590-8810
----------------REVERE: Broadway
offices/business, street
level, 750 sq ft. $1200
unheated, includes
parking. 781-2861250.
ent
Gary Ferragamo
corner of Broadway and Winthrop Ave.
very rare legal three
family. Owners unite
featuring 3 level with 4
thousand square feet of
living space. 5 bedrooms,
2 full baths, hardwood
floors, off-street parking and garage. 2-3 room rentals.
Asking $749k
REVERE : North Revere
– One Bedroom,
off street parking,
all utilities included,
Smoking : NO
Pets : NO . Available
Feb 1 $1100 per Mo.
Call 781-324-1183
----------------Winthrop: One bedroom
2nd floor, porch, wall
to wall, ht & hot water
included, on bus line.
$875 per Month.
Call evenings
617-846-5106.
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353 Broadway
Owner/Broker
’s Al
ce”
l About The Servi
474 Revere Beach
Blvrd #405- Maintanence free beachfront
living awaits you in
this pride-of ownership
condo featuring 4
rooms, 2 beds, and 2
full baths. Newer paint,
hardwood floors, replacement windows and appliances. 1
deeded parking sport under. Asking $319k
COMM’L/
WAREHOUSE
SPACE
COMMERCIAL
RENTAL:
RENTALS
Professional • Medical
General • Services
781-289-7500
Maureen Celata
Revere– New Listing! Nicely maintained 2 bedroom,
2 bath, 2 deeded
garage parking.
This unit features
spacious rooms,
balcony, heat, and
hot water included in condo fee. Asking $181k
• 123
APT.
FOR RENT
• 137
----------------------------OFFICE/
OFFICE
SPACE
RECRuItmENt
www.MCelataRealEstate.Com
Revere– 2 family home
featuring 5 rooms on first
floor and 8 rooms on 2nd
level. House is in move in
condition, two separate gas
systems. Off street parking
and fenced in yard.
Asking $1,400.00
Converse St. 4 rooms, 2 bedrooms inclusive
of hot water. Boston views near Orange
Line. Refrigerator included.
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LEGAL NOTICE
COMMONWEALTH
OF MASSACHUSETTS
THE TRIAL COURT
PROBATE AND
FAMILY COURT
Docket No.
SU14W2108
SUFFOLK Division
Summons By
Publication
Paul K. McCann,
Plaintiff
v.
Paul L. Hawkins
and Karen McCann
Defendant(s)
To the above named
Defendant(s):
A Complaint has been
presented to this Court
by the Plaintiff, Paul
K. McCann, seeking a
Complaint to Establish
Paternity.
You are required to serve
upon Paul K. McCann,
plaintiff, whose address
is 129 Gladstone St.,
Boston, MA 02128, your
answer on or before
February 26, 2015. If
you fail to do so, the
court will proceed to the
hearing and adjudication
of this action. You are
also required to file a
copy of your answer in
the office of the Register
of this Court at Boston.
Witness, Joan P.
Armstrong, Esquire, First
Justice of said Court at
Boston, this 12th day of
December 2014.
Ann Marie Passanisi
Register of Probate
Court
1/28
R
LEGAL NOTICE
MORTGAGEE’S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
By virtue of and in
execution of the Power
of Sale contained in a
certain mortgage given
by Areli Nascimento Jr.
and Evagner A. Nascimento to Option One
Mortgage Corporation,
dated March 24, 2005
and recorded at Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds
in Book 36721, Page
282 of which mortgage
Deutsche Bank National
Trust Company, as
Trustee for Citigroup
Mortgage Loan Trust,
Series 2005-OPT3, Asset
Backed Pass-Through
Certificates, Series
2005-OPT3 is the present
holder by assignment
from Sand Canyon Corporation f/k/a Option
One Mortgage Corporation to Deutsche Bank
National Trust Company,
as Trustee for Citigroup
Mortgage Loan Trust,
Series 2005-OPT3, Asset
Backed Pass-Through
Certificates, Series 2005OPT3 dated November
16, 2010 recorded at
Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds in Book 47298,
Page 221, for breach
of conditions of said
mortgage and for the
purpose of foreclosing
the same, the mortgaged
premises located at 28
South Irving Street, Revere, MA 02151 will be
sold at a Public Auction
at 10:00AM on February
4, 2015, at the mortgaged premises, more
particularly described
below, all and singular
the premises described in
said mortgage, to wit:
The land in Revere, being
shown as Lots 423A and
422A on a Subdivision
Plan of Land of Lots 422,
423, 430 and 431, in
Revere, by David Calichman, Registered Land
Surveyor, dated June 30,
1956, and recorded in
Suffolk Registry of Deeds
Book 7169, Page 560,
bounded and described
as follows:__EASTERLY
by South
Terms of the Sale:
Cash, cashier’s or
certified check in the
sum of $5,000.00 as a
deposit must be shown
at the time and place
of the sale in order to
qualify as a bidder (the
mortgage holder and its
designee(s) are exempt
from this requirement);
high bidder to sign written Memorandum of Sale
upon acceptance of bid;
balance of purchase price
payable in cash or by
certified check in thirty
(30) days from the date
of the sale at the offices
of mortgagee’s attorney,
Korde & Associates, P.C.,
321 Billerica Road, Suite
210, Chelmsford, MA
01824-4100 or such
other time as may be
designated by mortgagee. The description for
the premises contained
in said mortgage shall
control in the event of
a typographical error in
this publication.
Other terms to be
announced at the sale.
Deutsche Bank National
Trust Company, as
Trustee for Citigroup
Mortgage Loan Trust,
Series 2005-OPT3, Asset
Backed Pass-Through
Irving Street, eighty
(80) feet, as shown on
said plan;__NORTHERLY
by Lot 421,
one hundred fifteen
(115) feet, as shown on
said plan;__SOUTHERLY
by Lot 430A, eighty
(80) feet, as shown on
said plan;__WESTERLY
by Lots 429 and 424,
one hundred fifteen
(115) feet, as shown on
said plan.__Containing
approximately 9,200
square feet of land, more
or less, and all as shown
on said plan.
For mortgagors’ title see
deed recorded with the
Suffolk County Registry
of Deeds in Book 36721,
Page 281.
The premises will be sold
subject to any and all
unpaid taxes and other
municipal assessments
and liens, and subject
to prior liens or other
enforceable encumbrances of record entitled to
precedence over this
mortgage, and subject
to and with the benefit
of all easements, restrictions, reservations and
conditions of record and
subject to all tenancies
and/or rights of parties
in possession.
Certificates, Series
2005-OPT3
Korde & Associates,
P.C._321 Billerica Road_
Suite 210_Chelmsford,
MA 01824-4100
(978) 256-1500
Nascimento, Areli, 14017433,
1/14, 1/21, 1/28
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LEGAL NOTICE
(SEAL)
THE COMMONWEALTH OF
MASSACHUSETTS
LAND COURT
DEPARTMENT OF THE
TRIAL COURT
2015 MISC.15SM000108
ORDER OF NOTICE
To:
Margaret M. O’Leary
and to all persons
entitled to the benefit of
the Servicemembers Civil
Relief Act, 50 U.S.C. App.
§ 501 et seq.:
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
claiming to have an
interest in a Mortgage
covering real property
in Revere, numbered 10
Ocean Avenue, Unit 208,
Surfside Condominium,
given by Margaret M.
O’Leary to Wells Fargo
Bank, NA, dated April
21, 2009, and recorded
with the Suffolk County
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
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in accordance with the
provisions of Section
40 Chapter 131 of the
Massachusetts General
Laws (Wetlands Protection Act) that the City
of Revere Conservation
Commission will hold
a Public Hearing,
Wednesday, February 4,
2015 at 4:15 PM in the
City Council Chamber of
Revere City Hall, 281
Broadway, Revere, MA
02151 upon the application (Notice of Intent)
of the Massachusetts
Department of Transportation (MassDOT) to
construct a stormwater
treatment system as part
of MassDOT’s Impaired
Waters Retrofit Initiative.
A copy of the Applicant’s
“Notice of Intent” application will be available
at the Department of
Planning & Community Development at
Revere City Hall Monday
through Thursday 8:15
AM to 5:00 PM
Andrew B. DeSantis,
Chairman
Revere Conservation
Commission
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this court a complaint
for determination of
Defendant’s/Defendants’
Servicemembers status.
If you now are, or
recently have been,
in the active military
service of the United
States of America, then
you may be entitled
to the benefits of the
Servicemembers Civil
Relief Act. If you object
to a foreclosure of the
above-mentioned property on that basis, then you
or your attorney must
file a written appearance
and answer in this court
at Three Pemberton
Square, Boston, MA
02108 on or before
February 23, 2015
or you will be forever
barred from claiming
that you are entitled to
the benefits of said Act.
Witness, JUDITH C.
CUTLER Chief Justice of
this Court on January
7, 2015
Attest:
Deborah J. Patterson
Recorder
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COMMONWEALTH OF
MASSACHUSETTS
(SEAL)
LAND COURT
DEPARTMENT OF THE
TRIAL COURT
000048
ORDER OF NOTICE
TO:
Paul Ollivierra, Rhonda
Shine
and to all persons
entitled to the benefit
of the Servicemembers
Civil Relief Act:, 50 U.S.C.
App. §501 et seq.:
Ocwen Loan Servicing,
LLC
claiming to have an
interest in a Mortgage
covering real property
in Revere, numbered 33
Pitcairn Street Unit #1,
33-35 Pitcairn Street
Condominium given
by Paul M. Ollivierra
and Rhonda Shine to
Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as
nominee for, Mortgage
Partners, Inc., its successors and assigns, dated
December 9, 2005,and
recorded with the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds
in Book 38672, Page
269, and now held by
plaintiff by assignment,
has/have filed with
Contractors
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LEGAL NOTICE
Registry of Deeds at
Book 44842, Page 131,
has/have filed with
this court a complaint
for determination of
Defendant’s/Defendants’
Servicemembers status.
If you now are, or recently have been, in the
active military service of
the UnitedStates of
America, then you may
be entitled to the benefits of the Servicemembers Civil ReliefAct. If
you object to a foreclosure of the above-mentioned property on that
basis, then you or
your attorney must file a
written appearance and
answer in this court at
Three Pemberton Square,
Boston, MA 02108 on
or before February 23,
2015 or you will be
forever barred from
claiming that you are
entitled to the benefits of
said Act.
Witness, JUDITH C.
CUTLER, Chief Justice of
this Court on January
9, 2015
Attest:
Deborah J. Patterson
Recorder
201210-0684-YEL
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THE REVERE JOURNAL
A R O U N D
MLK Celebration
‘Pinocchio’
Berklee College of Music kicks
off its 2015 Martin Luther King
Jr. Celebration on Frday, Jan. 23,
at 7 p.m. with a keynote presentation featuring Chuck D, from
hip-hop group, Public Enemy,
and Angella Dozier Henry, mother of DJ Henry and founder
of the DJ Dream Fund, at the
DAvid Friend Recital Hall, 921
Boylston St., Boston. There’s also
a panel discussion covering topics
such as police brutality, environmental justice, gender equality,
and LBGTQIA civil rights. The
event is free of charge and open
to the public. It kivkd off events
running through Jan. 30, and
includes musical performances.
For a full schedule,visit Berklee.
edu/news.
That wooden little fellow comes alive again, in
Wheelock Family Theatre’s
world premiere of Steven
Bogart and Wendy Lement’s
“Pinocchio,” based on the the
book, “The Adventures of
Pinocchio,” by Carlo Colladi,
appearing Jan. 30-Feb. 22, at
the 180 The Riverway, Boston
theater. Showtimes, Fridays at
7:30 p.m., Saturday, Sunday
at 3 p.m. Starring Boston’s
favorites Steven Barkhimer
and Sirena Abalian, the show
is recommended for adults,
teens and children over 7 years
old. Tickets, $35,$30,$25,420;
Pajama Party Fridays, $15.
Call the Box Office at 617879-2300, visit [email protected]
wheelock.edu, or www.
WheelockFamilyTheatre.org.
‘Red Alert!’
ImprovBoston presents “Red
Alert,” a space comedy of galactic proportions. Audiences interact with and follow Cmdr.Daniel
Booker and the crew of the USS
Starship Caliburn, through their
discoveries of aliens, new worlds,
and dangers, while navigating
outer space, Fridays at 10 p.m.
through Jan. 30. The theater
is located at 40 Prospect St.,
Cambridge. Tickets, $18; students, $14. Visit improvboston.
com. ‘The Second Girl’
Huntington Playwright Fellow
Ronan Noone’s play, “The Second
Girl,” an immigrant American
drama, is directed by renowned
Campbell Scott, through Feb. 21,
at the Boston Center for the
Arts Calderwood Pavilion, 527
Tremont St., South End, Boston.
Performances: Fridays at 8 p.m.;
Saturdays, 2,8 p.m.; Sunday, Jan.
25,Feb.1, at 2,7 p.m. Feb. 8,15,
at 2 p.m. only; Tuesdays, 7:30
p.m.; Wednesday, Jan. 21,Feb.
11, at 7:30 p.m.; ;Jan. 28, at 7
p.m.; Feb. 4,18, at 2 and 7:30
p.m. Check for related events.
Tickets start at $25. Seniors, $5
off; subscribers, BU community,
$10 off; patroons 35 and younger with valid IDs, $25; students
and military with valid IDs, $15.
Visit huntingtontheatre.org, the
BU box offices at BCA or 264
Huntington Ave., or call 617266-0800.
Winter Rock and Roll
Weekend
ArtsEmerson: The World on
Stage features Tigerman Woah
and Faces on Film, Jan. 23.
and Quilt and Julia Easterlin,
Jan. 24, in “Winter Rock and
Roll Weekend,” at the Jackie
Liebergott Black Box Theatre,
Emerson Paramount Theatre,
559 Washington St., Boston.
Doors open both nights at 9.
Advance tickets, $10; at the door,
$12. Visit www.artsemerson.org
or call 617-84-8400.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale
contained in a certain
Mortgage given by Mark
Scearbo to Wells Fargo
Bank, N.A., dated July
14, 2008 and recorded
with the Suffolk County
Registry of Deeds at
Book 43813, Page 319,
of which the Mortgage
the undersigned is the
present holder, for
breach of the conditions
of said Mortgage and
for the purpose of
foreclosing the same
will be sold at Public
Auction at 01:00 PM on
February 18, 2015 at
1081 Broadway, Revere,
MA, all and singular the
premises described in
said Mortgage, to wit:
The land in Revere, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, on Broadway with
the buildings thereon,
bounded and described
as follows:
SOUTHERLY on Broadway, fifty-four (54.00)
feet;
SOUTHEASTERLY by Lot
“A” on the hereinafter
mentioned Plan, one
hundred and thirty-eight
(138.00) feet;
NORTHERLY by Lot 36 as
shown on said Plan, seventy-nine and 05/100
(79.05) feet; and
WESTERLY and
SOUTHWESTERLY by
two courses by Lot C on
‘Bride*Widow*Hag’
‘Red Alert!’ ImprovBoston presents “Red Alert,” a space comedy of
galactic proportions. Audiences interact with and follow Cmdr.Daniel
Booker and the crew of the USS Starship Caliburn, through their discoveries of aliens, new worlds, and dangers, while navigating outer
space, Fridays at 10 p.m. through Jan. 30. The theater is located at 40
Prospect St., Cambridge. Tickets, $18; students, $14. Visit improvboston.com. ArtsEmerson:the World on Stage
presents Daniel Beaty’s “Breath
and Imagination,” starring Elijah
Rock as classical vocalist Roland
Hayes, Jan. 27-Feb. 8, at the
Emerson/Paramount
Center
Main Stage. 559 Washington
St., Boston. Performances: Jan.
27,29, Feb. 3, at 7:30 p.m.; Jan.
28, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m.; Jan.30,31,
Feb. 6,7, at 8 p.m.Feb. 1, 8, at 2
p.m.;Feb. 5, at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m.; Tickets, $25-$79; group,
senior, student discounts. Call
617-824-8400 or visit www.
artsemerson.org.
‘Three Acts, Two
Dancers, One Radio
Host’
Ira Glass, host of “The American
Life,” choreographer Monica Bill
Barnes and Company and Anna
Bass perform an unprecedented,
unusual show, “Three Acts, Two
Dancers, One Radio Host,” on
Saturday, Jan. 24, at 8 p.m. and
Sunday, Jan. 25, at 3 p.m., at Citi
Shubert Theatre, 270 Tremont
St., Boston. Tickets start at $25.
Call 866-348-9738, visit the Box
Office or citicenter.org. starting at the Institut, at 7 p.m.;
Brandeis University, Jan. 27, at
p.m.; Boston College,Jan. 28,
at 6:30 p.m.; Boston University,
Jan. 28, at :30 p.m., and Jan. 29,
at 7 p.m.; and Suffolk University,
Feb. 1, at 7 p.m. For tickets
and more information, visit bit.
ly/freudcase. Kaleidoscope
Berklee College of Music’s
Songwriting Department hosts
its first-ever battle of the bands,
Kaldeidoscope: An Open Genre
Battle of the Bands, Tuesday,
Jan. 27, at 8 p.m. in the Berklee
Performance Center, 136 Mass.
Ave., Boston. Tickets, $12. Visit
www.berklee.edu/BPC or call
617-747-2261.
Emerson String
Quartet
The acclaimed Emerson String
Quartet performs music by
Purcell, Beethoven, and Lowell
Liebermann, Thursday, Jan. 22,
at 8 p.m. at the New England
Conservatory’s Jordan Hall,
30 Gainsborough St., Boston.
Tickets, $35-up. Call 617-4826661, visit www.celebrityseries.
org or the Box Office. The Bad Plus
‘Bedlam’s Saint Joan’
The Bad Plus performs the Boston
premiere of Ornette Coleman’s
1972 landmark album, “Science
Fiction,” Saturday, Jan. 24, at 8
p.m. at the Berklee Performance
Center, 136 Mass. Ave., Boston.
Tickets:$28-$42. Call World
Music/CRASHarts at 617-8764275 or visit www.WorldMusic.
org.
Underground Railway Theater
presents George Bernard Shaw’s
three-hour play, “Bedlam’s Saint
Joan,” with two intermissions,
featuring four actors - Edmund
Lewis, Andrus Nichols, Tom
O’Keefe and director Eric
Tucker, portraying 24 roles, Jan.
15 through Feb. 8, at Central
Square Theatre, 450 Mass.
Ave., Cambridge. Performances:
Wednesday, Thursday, at 7:30
p.m.; Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday,
3,8 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets
start at $15; student rush, day
of show, subject to availability, $15, with valid ID. Visit
CentralSquaretheater.org, call
866-811-4111, or the Box Office
at 617-576-9278.
‘A Case Named Freud’
The Goethe-Institut Boston presents the American premiere of
Savyon Liebrecht’s third play
in her Freud trilogy, “A Case
Named Freud,” featuring an
all-Boston star line-up, in commemoration of the Holocaust’s
70th anniversary, Jan. 25-Feb. 1,
price shall be paid within
thirty (30) days from the
sale date in the form of
a certified check, bank
treasurer’s check or
other check satisfactory
to Mortgagee’s attorney.
The Mortgagee reserves
the right to bid at the
sale, to reject any and all
bids, to continue the sale
and to amend the terms
of the sale by written
or oral announcement
made before or during
the foreclosure sale.
If the sale is set aside
for any reason, the
Purchaser at the sale
shall be entitled only to
a return of the deposit
paid. The purchaser shall
have no further recourse
against the Mortgagor,
the Mortgagee or the
Mortgagee’s attorney.
The description of the
premises contained in
said mortgage shall
control in the event of an
error in this publication.
TIME WILL BE OF THE
ESSENCE.
Other terms if any, to be
announced at the sale.
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Present Holder of said
Mortgage,
By Its Attorneys,
ORLANS MORAN PLLC
P.O. Box 540540
Waltham, MA 02454
Phone: 781-790-7800
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C I T Y
exhibition is free and open to
the public. The exhibition is a
tribute to MassArt alumnus-professor Albert Munsell, inventor
of the Munsell Color System.
Opening reception is Wednesday,
Jan. 28, 6-8 p.m. Galleries are
open Monday-Saturday, 12-6
p.m., Wednesdays, 12-8 p.m.
Visit www.massart.edu/galleries,
e-mail [email protected]
or call 617-879-7337.
‘Breath and
Imagination’
said Plan, totaling one
hundred eighty-seven
(187.00) feet.
Said parcel contains
10,795 square feet of
land more or less and is
shown as “Lot B” on a
plan entitled Subdivision
of Land in Revere,
dated March 21, 1981,
by David Calichman,
Registered Surveyor, and
recorded with the Suffolk
County Registry of Deeds
in Book 9732, Page 147.
Said parcel is known as
No. 1081 Broadway,
Revere, MA.
For title see Deed
recorded immediately
hereto.
The premises are to
be sold subject to and
with the benefit of all
easements, restrictions,
building and zoning laws,
unpaid taxes, tax titles,
water bills, municipal
liens and assessments,
rights of tenants and
parties in possession.
TERMS OF SALE:
A deposit of FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND 00
CENTS ($5,000.00) in
the form of a certified
check or bank treasurer’s
check will be required
to be delivered at or
before the time the bid is
offered. The successful
bidder will be required
to execute a Foreclosure Sale Agreement
immediately after the
close of the bidding. The
balance of the purchase
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LEGAL NOTICE
CITY OF
REVERE
DEPARTMENT
OF PUBLIC
WORKS
INVITATION
FOR BIDS
STREET
SWEEPING
SERVICES
MUN-2015-1003
Sealed bids to furnish
all labor and materials
for STREET SWEEPING
SERVICES for the City
of Revere, Department
of Public Works, will be
received at the Office of
the Purchasing Agent,
City Hall, Revere,
Massachusetts prior to
10:00 AM on Thursday,
February 12, 2015,
immediately after which
the bids will be opened
and read publicly.
Specifications and
contract documents will
be available January
29, 2015, after 1:00
PM, at the Office of
the Purchasing Agent,
City Hall, Revere,
Massachusetts. Mailing
of specifications requires
advance payment in the
form of a bank check
or money order, in the
amount of $5.00. Revere
City Hall office hours are
Monday thru Thursday,
8:15 AM to 5:00 PM and
Friday, 8:15 AM to 12:15
Noon.
Each bid submitted to
the City of Revere must
be accompanied by a bid
deposit in the form of a
bid bond, money order,
cashier’s check, certified
check, or treasurer’s
check, issued by a
responsible bank or trust
company, in the amount
of six thousand dollars
($6,000.00). Checks
must be made payable to
the City of Revere.
The City of Revere as
the awarding authority,
may accept any bid or
portion of a bid, waive
any informality in a bid,
order more or less of
any item, investigate the
ability of the vendors
to honor a bid, select
a vendor who does not
submit the lowest bid
and award all contracts
as shall be considered in
the best interest of the
City of Revere.
It is the policy of the City
of Revere to take positive steps to maximize
the utilization of minority
business enterprises in all
activities administered by
this agency.
No bidder may withdraw
his/her bid within
forty-five (45) days after
the actual date of the
opening thereof.
This invitation for bid is
in accordance with M.G.L.
Chapter 30B.
Marie E. Zelandi
Purchasing Agent
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Cantata singers
The Cantata Singers perform
Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “AllNight Vigil,” in celebration of
the work’s centennial, Saturday,
Jan. 24, at 8 p.m. in St. Paul
Church, CAmbridge, and
Saturday, Jan. 31, at 8 p.m. in
Wellesley College’s Houghton
Chapel, in collaboration with
the college’s concert series. Preconcert talks begin at 7 p.m.,
featuring Anna Winestein, executive director of the Ballets Russes
Cultural Partnership, and there
are post-concert receptions for all
ticketholders. For more information, visit www.cantatasingers.
org.
Bread and Puppet
Theater
American Repertory Theater/
Moscow Art Theater School
Institute
for
Advanced
Theater Training presents
Kim Rosenstock’s comedy,
“Bride*Widow*Hag,” Jan.2224, at the Ex, inside the Loeb
Drama Center, Brattle St.,
Harvard Square, Cambridge.
Performances: Jan. 22,23, at
7:30 p.m.; Jan. 24, at 2,7:30
p.m. Tickets, $20; members, subscribers, $15.Call 617-547-8300
or visit americanrepertorytheater.
org/events/show/bridewidowhag. Poetry
Spend an evening of poetry with Suffolk Unversity and
The Poets’ Theatre, in “The
Word Exchange: the Music
of Language in Translation,”
Thursday, Jan.22, at 7:30 p.m.,featuring works from Vietnam,
Italy, France, ancient Greece and
Rome, performed by world class
poets and actors,at the Modern
Theatre at Suffolk University,
525 Washington St., Boston.
Tickets, $20; students, $10. For
more information on the Word
Exchange, visit www.poetstheatre.org. ‘Middletown’
Vermont-based award-winning
Bread and Puppet Theater returns
to Cyclorama on Tremont Street
in Boston’s South End, with
two-act, 1-1/2-hour, “Captain
Boycott,” recommended for
ages 12-up, Wednesday-Sunday,
7 p.m. (tickets, $18; students,
seniors, $13; kids 11-under- not
recommended for this age group,
$11); one-act, one-hour,“The
Nothing is not Ready Circus,”
Jan. 24,at 3 p.m., Jan. 25, at
3 and 7 p.m. ($18/$13, kids
11-under,$10; 2-under, free of
charge) and artistic director Peter
Schumann’s visual art installation, Jan. 24-Feb. 1, free and
open to all. Advance tickets, visit
www.breadandpuppet.org or call
866-811-4111. Angela Hewitt and
Anne Sofie von Otter
Internationally
renowned
Swedish mezzo-soprano Anne
Sofie von Otter and globally
renowned British-Canadian pianist Angela Hewitt perform on
Friday, Jan. 23, at 8 p.m. in
the New England Conservatory’s
Jordan Hall, 30 Gainsborough
St., Boston. Tickets, $35-up. Call
617-482-6661, or visit www.
celebrityseries.org.
‘Drawn In’
Dance Currents, Inc. presents
“Drawn In,” featuring several notable choreographers and
guest artists from DanceVisions,
Jan. 31, at 7:30 p.m. at Green
Street Studios, 185 Green St.,
Cambridge. Tickets at the door,
$20; students, seniors and Boson
Dance Alliance members, $17.
Call 617-965-1569, e-mail
[email protected],com or
visit www.dancecurrentsinc.
com. Trinity Repertory Theatre
kicks off the new year with
Will Eno’s award-winning
play, “Middletown,” starring
Chelsea beloved native-Trinity Rep resident actor Fred
Sullivan Jr., Jan.22 through Feb.
22, at Dowling Theatre, 201
Washington St., Providence, RI.
Check for discounted preview
tickets, Jan. 22-24, pay-whatyou-can, Jan. 23. Performances,
Thursday-Sunday, Tuesday, at
7:30 p.m.; Wednesday, Saturday,
also Feb. 8, 2 and 7:30 p.m.; Feb.
1, Feb. 11, at 2 p.m. only; Feb.
4,Feb. 21, at 7:30 p.m. only; For
tickets/more information, visit
www.trinityrep.com or call 401351-4242.
‘The Diary of Anne
Frank’
Marblehead Little Theatre presents Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett’s multi-award winning
dramatization of “the Diary of
Anne Frank,” Jan. 30,31,Feb.
5,6, at 7:30 p.m.; Feb. 7, at 7
p.m.; Feb. 1, at 2 and 7:30 p.m.;
and Feb. 8, at 2 p.m. at its 12
School St. venue in downtown
Marblehead. Tickets, $25; students on Sunday matinees only,
$15. Visit www.mltlive.org. 6365. Cape Ann Symphony The Cape Ann Symphony will
hold a benefit concert featuring Boston Symphony Orchestra
stars violinist Lucia Lin and cellist Owen Young, Friday, Jan.
23, at 8 p.m. at the magnificent
Shalin Liu Performance Center,
37 Main St., Rockport.The duo
will perform music by Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart Zoltan Kodaly,
and Handel-Halvorsen’s exciting
“Passacaglia, with its fireworks
finale.Seats, $35. a post-concert reception with Lin, Young,
and conductor Yoichi Udagawa,
featuring music with vocalist Brittany Betts and guitarist
Nate Weaver, with refreshments,
will be in the center’s upstairs
function hall. ($15). Visit www.
rockportmusic.org or call 978281-0543.
New Works Festival
The Firehouse Center for the Arts’
New Works Festival, showcasing
New England directors, actors
and playwrights is held Jan.23,
for full-length works, Jan. 24,31,
for shorts, Jan. 30, for one act
plays, all at 8 p.m. in the Market
Square, Newburyport venue.
Tickets, $15; four-day festival
pass, $40. Call 978-462-7336 or
visit www.firehouse,org. ‘Crime and
Punishment’
Salem Theatre Company presents Marilyn Campbell and Curt
Columbus’ new, award-winning
adaptation of Dostoyevsky’s
“conversation on the nature of
evil,” probing into the mind of the
classic masterpiece, “Crime and
Punishment’s,” murderer, Jan.
22 through Feb.14: ThursdaysSaturdays, at 7:30 p.m.; Sundays
at 3 p.m. at the 90 Lafayette St.,
Salem theater. Tickets, $10-$30;
Friday, Jan. 23, pay-what-youthink;Jan. 24, opening weekend
post-show meet and greet; Jan.
25, college night - $5 tickets
for college students with valid
IDs; Feb. 5, LGBT night; discount tickets, post-show meet
and greet. Visit salemtheatre.ticketleap.com/crime-punishment/. Ella and Frank
Siobhan Magnus and John
Stevens perform a live concert
tribute to Frank Sinatra and Ella
Fitzgerald, Saturday, Jan. 24, at
7:30 p.m. at the Larcom Theatre,
13 Wallis St., downtown Beverly.
Tickets, $35-$55; discounts for
seniors and groups of 10 or
more. Visit www.larcomtheatre.
com or call 617-531-1257. Food for Thought
films
Fruitlands Museum (102
Prospect Hill Road, Harvard)
presents its Food for Thought
film series, Wednesdays, Jan.
21,Feb.18,and March 18, from
7 to 8:30 p.m. The documentaOtis Murphy
ry films explore themes of enviSaxophonist extraordinaire Otis ronmental stewardship, comMurphy performs in concert munity building, and the quest
Monday, Jan.26, at 7:30 p.m. for human expression. featuring
at Salem State University Recital hometown Harvard’s Chef Paul,
Hall, 71 Loring Ave., Salem. preparing soups for attendees
Tickets, $15; students, seniors, during discussions of the film.
$10; Salem State students with
Cost, free, homemade soup, $5
valid IDs, free of charge. Murphy
per bowl. For more informaalso teaches a master class that
tion,
visit www.fruitlands.org
morning at 11. Visit salemstaor
call
978-456-3924, Ext. 292.
tetickets.com or call 978-542-
Laszlo Gardony
Berklee College of Music professor Laszlo Gardony performs with his quartet on
Thursday, Jan. 22, at the
Regattabar, Charles Hotel,
One Bennett St., Harvard
Square, Cambridge. Tickets,
$18; students, $15. For
more information, call the
Regattabar or visit www.
regattabar.com. NEC concert
The
New
England
Conservatory presents a faculty spotlight concert, free of
charge, Monday, Jan. 26, at
8 p.m. in Jordan Hall, 30
Gainsborough St., Boston. ‘Color Fields’
At Mass. College of Art and
Design’s Bakalar & Paine
Galleries, (621 Huntington
Ave., Boston) Best of Boston
Lisa Tung curates new exhibition “Color Fields,” a celebration of color featuring 13
internationally known artists,
Jan. 26 through March 7. The
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‘The Second Girl’ Huntington Playwright Fellow Ronan Noone’s play,
“The Second Girl,” an immigrant American drama, is directed by
renowned Campbell Scott, through Feb. 21, at the Boston Center for
the Arts Calderwood Pavilion, 527 Tremont St., South End, Boston.
Performances: Fridays at 8 p.m.; Saturdays, 2,8 p.m.; Sunday, Jan.
25,Feb.1, at 2,7 p.m. Feb. 8,15, at 2 p.m. only; Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m.;
Wednesday, Jan. 21,Feb. 11, at 7:30 p.m.; ;Jan. 28, at 7 p.m.; Feb.
4,18, at 2 and 7:30 p.m. Check for related events. Tickets start at $25.
Seniors, $5 off; subscribers, BU community, $10 off; patroons 35 and
younger with valid IDs, $25; students and military with valid IDs,
$15. Visit huntingtontheatre.org, the BU box offices at BCA or 264
Huntington Ave., or call 617-266-0800.
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