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  • 1. Black Cyan Magenta Yellow Catholic Vanessa Ardagna RHS Tonight - RHS Boys Basketball vs Chelsea (Home) Weds., Jan. 23rd School Memorial Scholarship Multi-Cultural RHS Swimming vs Beverly (Home) Thurs., Jan. 24th Week Fundraiser Night Pages 6 & 7 Page 16 Page 24 RHS Hockey vs Beverly (Home) Sat., Jan. 26th REVERE JOURNAL YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1881 50 CENTS StateVOLUME 14, No. 4 On the Parquet FloorWednesdaYJanuary 23, 2013INDEXBusiness DirectorySports 22-23 13 fires backEditorials 8Through the Years 8Classifieds 20 at RHADEATHS Aida Bartolomeo Walter Bruce Nicholas Carangelo Anna Edelstein By Seth Daniel John Thomas Federici Joseph Gillen State housing officials be- James King lieve there are a number of Edward and Eleanor problems in the operations of McFarland the Revere Housing Author- Thomas Murphy, Jr. ity (RHA), and those officials Antonio Parco believe the problems would be Ernest Pierni solved by a proposal to region- Anna Pennino alize the state’s 240 housing Frank Puopolo authorities. Robert Yett About two weeks ago, Gov.OBITUARIES, PAGES 10-11 Deval Patrick and the state De- partment of Housing and Com- INDEPENDENT munity Development (DHCD) Photo by Brian Babineau/Celtics House Photographer proposed to eliminate the 240 Newspaper Group The national champion Revere High School (RHS) Cheerleading Team got to accompany the RHS JROTC to center court at the separate local housing authori- Boston Celtics game last Wednesday, Jan. 16th. Coach Julianne Esposito, Kristina Russo and local veteran Jamie Chambers accom- ties and establish six regional panied the cheerleaders. authorities. The comments this week Medical marijuana shops likely to be blocked in Revere came after local officials at the RHA voiced extreme op-Casino By Seth Daniel the ordinance has plenty of momentum to pass. any part of the City. I believe “I don’t expect there to be See HOUSING Page 4license we’re on solid ground with it Wants his any proposals for these dis- City councillors are set “The law, as I understand and I believe the ordinance is pensaries in Revere,” he said. to hold a public hearing this it, states there has to be only going to pass. “I’m sure you might see themcould have coming Monday night, Jan. one in every county of the “I don’t think there’s a feel- dog back in Chelsea or Boston,  but 28th, on an ordinance that state,” said Council President ing on the Council to support there only has to be one in5 applicants would effectively ban medi- Ira Novoselsky. “We under- marijuana – the legal sale of the entire county. We’re go- cal marijuana dispensaries stand Boston is going to allow it,” he continued. ing to try and block them with from locating in Revere – and it and that would preclude That seems to be the senti- zoning or make it so difficult By Seth Daniel By Seth Daniel Council leaders indicated that us from having to allow it in ment around the entire City to come here that they won’t All Zach Gentile wants from a majority of those who There could be as many Paul Revere Spelling bee interact with members of the bother. I’m sorry they passed this, but we have to deal with is the information from theas five companies vying for Revere Police that will help Council. it.”a resort casino license in the him retrieve his long-lost dog Councillor Tony Zambuto, Zambuto said the City So-Greater Boston (Region A) from an unknown man in who proposed the change last licitor’s office has reviewedarea following the deadline Beachmont. December, said most of the the ordinance and it appearsfor companies to get in on Sounds a bit ridiculous? voters he speaks with are ada- to meet muster legally - giv-gaming last Tuesday, Jan. Welcome to the world of mant about keeping marijuana ing councillors the go-ahead15th. the City’s stray/lost dog poli- dispensaries out of Revere. He to consider it. The Cordish Company of cies – or lack thereof, at least said most don’t believe it will The Medical MarijuanaBaltimore told the Journal in a according to one City dog be good for business or prop-press release that they are not contractor. erty values.certain yet if they will pursue Please see SHOPS, Page 2 Please see DOG, Page 4a casino license or a slots-onlylicense. 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  • 2. Page 2 The Revere Journal Wednesday, January 23, 2013 NEWS BriefsCORRECTION English or in Spanish. Upon In last week’s News Briefs submission, applications arecolumn it was stated that City received at Northeast and atCouncillor Bob Haas did not the student’s middle schoolhave a chairmanship on any simultaneously. The deadlinecommittees last year. How- for submission of applicationsever, he did have a chair- for first round consideration ismanship of the Elder Affairs March 1, 2013. We urge thatCommittee, though he did not applications be submitted ashave any issues that required soon as possible so that middlea meeting. While the commit- school guidance counselorstee is a long-standing commit- have time to prepare schooltee, it isn’t considered a major records to complete your file.chairmanship. Paper applications are also available through the North-SPEAKER DELEO east website and may also be obtained in the middle schoolWILL LOOK guidance offices or at ourCAREFULLY AT GOV school, 100 Hemlock Rd., inTAX PLAN Wakefield. We encourage you Last week, Gov. Deval to visit our website to learnPatrick laid out an aggressive more about our exciting Ca-agenda of increasing income reer Technical and Academictaxes, reducing the sales tax Programs and our sports,and tying a gas tax increase to clubs, and services.cost of living figures. Questions regarding the This week, House Speaker Admissions process may beBob DeLeo said he is taking a directed to 781-246-0810careful approach to the ambi- x1302.tious agenda of tax increases. “Governor Patrick has laidout an ambitious and complex Shops/set of changes to our state’s CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1tax policies,” said DeLeo this Co-Owner Frank Nuzzo of Greater Boston Gym & Fitness on Charger Street in Revere cuts the ribbon with Mayor Dan Rizzo, Johnweek. “In the coming weeks, Correggio, Steve Reardon, Tony Zambuto, Bob Haas, John Powers, John Festa, Dave Krasnoff, Tino Capobianco from Speaker law went into effect on Jan.I will be looking to my fel- DeLeo’s office, Maria Haralabatos from ANC, John Burley, Anthony DiPierro from the Everett Mayor’s office, Councilman Richard Del- 1st after having won a stronglow representatives, advocacy lisola, Alderman and Candidate for State Rep. Mike Mangun, and Jonathan Bird Marchant, not pictured is co-owner Lou Nuzzo. majority of the vote in a state-groups, and members of the wide ballot question last No-public to evaluate and help us regular schedule, having them ing with a number of organi- We are pleased to be a leader electronic application, please vember. However, city leadersdigest the details and implica- increase by 5 percent every zations to try to secure a loca- among Massachusetts’s vo- visit the Northeast website at all over the area – includingtions of the governor’s plan.” two years. tion and funding to reinstate a cational schools in offering Revere - have taken up zoning The major portion of that The gas tax is proposed to teen center that has been miss- an electronic application pro- and select the ADMISSIONS ordinances to try to preventplan was laid out in Patrick’s go up a half-penny and would ing for quite some time, since cess- new this year. You may tab to the Admission Applica- dispensaries from locating inState of the State address last automatically increase in the ROCA left more than 10 years access the application using tion. Follow the instructions their cities. Other cities to haveWednesday evening. One of future as the price of goods ago. any computer connected to the to access the user-friendly considered similar ordinancesthe big pieces was increasing and services increase (cost of “We’re very active down Internet. process. Electronic applica- include Chelsea, Melrose andthe income tax from 5.25% to living). there this year so far,” he said. To complete and submit an tions may be submitted in Winthrop.6.25%. This comes after thevoters of the state approved a “A lot is going on.”ballot question in 2000 man- TEEN CENTER ONdating that the income tax go THE AVE? NORTHEASTdown to 5%. That never hap- Council President Ira No- VOKE ACCEPTINGpened though as the Legisla- voselsky reports that there are APPLICATIONSture froze the rate at 5.25%. major happenings in Ward Northeast Metropolitan Re- Another big piece of Pat- 2 this year, not the least of gional Vocational School isrick’s puzzle locally is ty- which is talk of opening a new currently accepting applica-ing regular toll increases and teen center on The Ave. tions for school year 2013-14.MBTA fare increases to a Novoselsky said he is work- Last month, Episcopal City Mission’s Burgess Urban Fund presented their 2012 grantee awards to 21 grassroots community organizations. The total funds distributed in 2012 are up 17 percent over last year and the minimum grant also increased from $5,000 to $10,000. The local organiza- tion The Neighborhood Developers received a $15,000 grant from the Fund, and the money is likely to be used in the planning for a redesigned gateway to Revere Beach Station. Featured in the photos are Norm Faramelli, ECM’s Interim Executive Director; Rachel Meketon and Melissa Walsh from The Neighborhood Developers; The Rev. Noah Evans, ECM Board Chair; and Katie Campbell Simons, Associate Director for Community Partnerships & Public Policy. All Care Resources helps you remain safe and secure at home.Jack Satter House resident Charlotte Bromberg was recently elected to an unprecedented sixthterm as president of the tenant’s association. She is pictured here at the installation with StephenPost, director Satter House; Mary Ellen Martin; Mayor Dan Rizzo; Bromberg; Ward 5 Councillor JohnPowers; Dorothy Kelly Gay, director Hebrew Senior Life; and Council President Ira Novoselsky. When daily tasks at home become difficult, call All Care Resources. We are a trusted provider of private pay home care services for elders, and a supportive resource for the family caregivers GERRY D’AMBROSIO who can’t always be with them. Services include: ATTORNEY AT LAW Our professionally trained staff is committed to personally IS YOUR ESTATE IN ORDER? caring for you, or a loved one, at home. Because caring is not just a job—it’s our calling. DO YOU HAVE AN UPDATED WILL, HEALTH CARE Private pay home care services are available from PROXY, OR POWER OF ATTORNEY? 2 hours to 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Long-Term Care Insurance is accepted. IF NOT, PLEASE CALL FOR FREE CONSULTATION For services, please call: 14 PROCTOR AVENUE, REVERE 888-801-8084 Caring for the community since 1986 781-284-5657
  • 3. Wednesday, January 23, 2013 The Revere Journal Page 3 Police BriefsBANK ROBBER stance abuse issues. ARREST ReportNABBED ROOKIE AND A Monday, Jan. 14 Friday, Jan. 18 A Malden man has beencharged and arrested for a VETERAN Karen Doherty, 43, of 29 JeanMarie Fusco, 53, of 652 One newly-hired police of- School St., was charged with Washington Ave, was chargedstring of bank robberies that ficer, fresh out of the academy, speeding, driving with a sus- with one warrant.included the Dec. 28th robbery teamed up with a former police pended license and one war- Juan Carrasquillo, 45,of the TD Bank on Broadway. officer from Revere to stamp rant. of 134 Endicott Ave., was Joseph Barberi, of Malden, out a developing drug deal at Tuesday, Jan. 15 charged with being a fugitivewas charged with four bank the Wonderland Marketplace Jose Marquez-Cornejo, 31, from justice.robberies after a joint inves- last Friday morning. of 595 Revere Beach Parkway, Severino Garofalo, 21, oftigation with Revere Police, New Police Officer Vedran was arrested on one warrant. 121 Grand View Ave., wasSaugus Police, Malden Police Trifkovic saw what he be- Jefferey Satterwhite, 22, of charged with one warrant.and the FBI Bank Robbery lieved to be a narcotics trans- Saugus, was arrested on one Kenneth Blaikie, 51, of 41Task Force. Two robberies oc- action around 11:45 a.m. on warrant. Irving St., was charged withcurred in Saugus and one in Friday and stopped one of the Wednesday, Jan. 16 possession of a Class B drugMalden. suspected motor vehicles for a Michael J. Matarazzo, 27, with intent to distribute, rude The motor vehicle involved broken taillight. of Everett, was charged with and disorderly conduct, andin the robberies was found in As they pulled into the one warrant. distribution of a Class C drug.Lee’s Trailer Park at 418 Park- Marketplace, the officer ap- Kerry Jenkins, 36, home- James Giacalone, 44, ofway, which eventually led the proached the car and a second less of Revere, was charged East Boston, was chargedinvestigation to Barberi. car nearby fled. with armed robbery and two with possession of a Class B As that car fled, the op- Gov. Deval Patrick administered the oath of office to former warrants. drug with intent to distributeTHREE WOMEN erator, Kenneth Blaikie, of Suffolk County Sheriff Andrea Cabral on Tuesday afternoon, offi- Thursday, Jan. 17 (subsequent offense), rude Revere, was observed trying cially promoting her to the position of Secretary of Public Safety Nicole Thain, 29, of East and disorderly conduct, andCHARGED WITH to swallow at least 12 pack- – a state Cabinet position. Boston, was charged with distribution of a Class C drugARMED ROBBERY ages of cocaine. The officer armed robbery and two war- (subsequent offense). Police have arrested three also saw the passenger, James (subsequent offense), rude The man told him to stay rants. William Lewey, 31, of 895women who held up a Shirley Giacalone, of Eastie, trying to and disorderly conduct, and away from his family and Heather Harper, 23, of Ded- Broadway, was charged withAvenue merchant at knife- hide a plastic baggie full of distribution of a Class C drug punched the victim in the face ham, was charged with armed assault and battery on a dis-point last Wednesday night, Klonopin pills inside the car (subsequent offense). while also demanding money. robbery and two warrants. abled person with injury, as-Jan. 16th. registration folder. Witnesses observed the in- Derek Mark Ryder, 26, of sault and battery, and attempt- The three females entered Blaikie was quickly appre- HIT IN THE FACE cident and informed police as 81 Revere St., was charged ing to commit a crime.the store and drew the knife, A disabled man on Pember- to whom the perpetrator was. hended, but Giacalone fled on with assault and battery.holding it to the clerk. While ton Street exited his residence William Lewey, 31, of 895 foot.doing that, another removed last Friday morning and im- Broadway, was charged with Nearby, former Revere Po-all the money from the cash lice Officer Pat Cappola was mediately got clocked in the assault and battery on a dis- Weekly Crime Reportregister and they fled. face by an unknown man in abled person with injury, as- House Breaks: (5) (2); Broadway – EBSB; Lee shopping in the market. As he Kerry Jenkins, 36, home- a ski mask, who warned the sault and battery, and attempt- Boulevard; Campbell Av- Burbank Hwy – Hess; North saw the action unfold, he gaveless of Revere, was arrested victim to stay away from his ing to commit a crime. enue; Park Avenue; Rose Shore Road – Rent-A-Tool; chase to Giacalone and appre-soon after, around 10 p.m. and family. Street; and Parkway. Park Avenue; Charger Street; hended him.charged with armed robbery. Blaikie, 51, of 41 Irving St., Then the masked man fled. STABBING IN Tuckerman St. – Lincoln; On Thursday, Nicole Thain, was charged with possession The victim told police that BEACHMONT Commercial Breaks: (0) Beach Street; Rand/Washing-29, of East Boston; and Heath- he was on his way to the hos- A 20-year-old man is re- ton; Lynn Marsh Road; Lynn of a Class B drug with intenter Harper, 23, of Dedham, pital, as he has a heart condi- covering from a stab wound Motor Vehicle *Thefts/ Marsh Road; Yeamans/Broad- to distribute, rude and disor-were arrested and charged tion, when he came face-to- to the shoulder that transpired Breaks: (4) way; Derby Road; Salem derly conduct, and distributionwith armed robbery. face with the masked man as a result of an altercation in *Morris Street; Squire Road Street; Broadway/Taft; Beach of a Class C drug. Giacalone, All three are well known to around 12:21 p.m. He had no Beachmont Roast Beef last – Sozio’s; Overlook Ridge Street; Lancaster Avenue; Lee 44, of Eastie, was chargedpolice from previous dealings idea who the man was or what Saturday night. Drive (plate); and Conant Burbank Hwy/Winthrop Pl; with possession of a Class Band are known to have sub- he was talking about. Around 8:15 p.m., the vic- Street. Warren Street; North Shore drug with intent to distribute tim was stabbed in the shoul- Rd/Vera; and Winthrop Ave. der area by a man he knew,Department veteran to fill Sheriff’s Office vacancy who then fled. Motor Vehicle Accidents: (28) House Parties/Loud Stereo Police are searching for the Brown Circle (3); Copeland Complaints (after 9 p.m.): 9 Journal Staff Report folk County in this role and I responsible for day-to-day suspect. Circle (3); Mahoney Circle look forward to working with management of all Sheriff’s A high-ranking official in him to strengthen our re-entry Department operations.the Sheriff’s Department has programs and reduce youth In 2011, Tompkins was ap- PUBLIC NOTICEsecured the Sheriff’s appoint-ment by Gov. Deval Patrick violence.” Said Tompkins, “I thank pointed by Governor Patrick RIGHT OF WAY MAINTENANCE to serve as a Board member ofafter a quiet process that elim- Governor Patrick for his con- As required by Massachusetts General Law Chapter to control target vegetation and help establish and the Boston Finance Commis- 132B, National Grid (New England Power and/or maintain natural controls.inated many highly-respected fidence and I pledge to serve sion. Tompkins also servescandidates. the citizens of Suffolk County Massachusetts Electric Company) hereby gives on the Foundation Board and notice that it intends to selectively apply herbicides Accord Concentrate, also labeled under the name On Tuesday afternoon, Pat- with integrity. I am inherit- chairs the Community Service along transmission line rights-of-way in the following Rodeo, and possibly one of the following herbicides,rick appointed Steven Tomp- ing a great Department with municipalities: Arsenal or Arsenal Powerline, will be applied directly talented people who are com- Board for the Dimock Com-kins, the current Sheriff’s to the surface of stumps immediately after targetDepartment chief of external mitted to providing safe care munity Health Center, a Rox- Revere vegetation is cut (Cut Stump Treatment). Garlon 4 oraffairs, as the new Suffolk and custody for individuals bury-based community health Garlon 4 Ultra will be applied selectively to the stems The selective use of herbicides to manage vegetationCounty Sheriff. Tompkins will at our facilities and working center that provides conve- of target vegetation using hand-held equipment along rights-of-way is done within the context of anassume responsibility for all with our external partners on nient access to quality medical Integrated Vegetation Management (IVM) program (Basal Treatment). Krenite S or Accord Concentrate,Sheriff’s Office operations at a wide range of public safety and mental health care and hu- consisting of mechanical, chemical, natural and cultural also labeled under the name Rodeo, mixed with issues. I am honored by this man services. Tompkins pre- components. In right-of-way vegetation management the Escort XP, and one of the following herbicides,the Suffolk County House of pest or target is vegetation (primarily tall growing) that Arsenal or Arsenal Powerline, will be applied selec-Correction, the Nashua Street appointment and accept its re- viously served as the Dimock will cause outages and safety issues. National Grid’s tively to the foliage of target vegetation using hand-Jail and the Civil Process Di- sponsibility enthusiastically.” Center’s Director of Market- held equipment (Foliar Treatment). Applications shall IVM program encourages natural controls by promotingvision. He replaces Andrea “Steve brings an extraordi- ing and Public Affairs prior not commence more than ten days before nor low growing plant communities that resist invasion byCabral, who has accepted a nary level of relevant prior ex- to joining the Suffolk County target vegetation. The selective use of herbicides and conclude more than ten days after the followingstate Cabinet position as sec- perience to this position,” said Sheriff’s Department.  mechanical controls are the direct techniques used treatment periods.retary of public safety. Cabral. “His job required him Governor Patrick at the In addition to providing and his staff to work with ev- State House swore in Tomp- Treatment Periodscare, custody and rehabilita- ery division within the Depart- kins late on Tuesday. An elec- ment. He knows what it took January 7, 2013 – June 3, 2013 June 3, 2013 – October 11, 2013 October 11, 2013 – December 21, 2013tive support for inmates and tion to fill the remainder of Cut Stump Treatment Foliar Treatment Cut Stump Treatmentpre-trial detainees, Tompkins to get us where we are and he Cabral’s term will occur in Basal Treatment Cut Stump Treatment Basal Treatmentwill also oversee a manage- is very committed to building Basal Treatment 2014, the next biennial elec-ment, security and administra- on that progress. Under his leadership, this Department’s tion. Further information may be requested by contacting (during business hours, Mon-Fri from 8:00 am-4:00 pm):tive staff of over 1,000.     “As a dedicated public ser- best days are ahead of it.”         Tompkins holds a bache- Dawn Travalini, National Grid, 40 Sylvan Road, Waltham, MA 02451 • Telephone: (781) 907-2448vant on the frontlines of crime As Chief of External Af- lor’s degree in communica-prevention and reentry reha- fairs in the Suffolk County tions from Boston Collegebilitation, Steven brings first- Sheriff’s Department, Tomp- and a master’s degree in Pub-hand knowledge and passion kins supervised his own di- lic Policy from the University Build your own checking account, beginning this critical position,” said vision and was a member of of Massachusetts, Boston. HeGovernor Patrick. “I am confi-dent in his ability to serve Suf- the Sheriff’s nine-member Executive Team, which was resides in Hyde Park with his wife and two children. 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  • 4. Page 4 The Revere Journal Wednesday, January 23, 2013 Housing / CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 / position to the plan last week, thorities struggle with lim- Heyer said a recent grant to there is a lot to do for one saying it was not beneficial to ited resources, but the funding the RHA to address repairs to person,” said Heyer. “It’s sim- tenants and was likely a good cuts (we’ve seen) are not the the 705 Scattered Site homes ply too much on the plate and theory, but not a good prac- cause of the breakdown of the was the result of many years there’s not enough staff to ad- tice. 705 program. That came due of technical assistance. dress all the functions in one Lizbeth Heyer, the state to a lack of maintenance and For its part, the RHA has job.” associate director for public attention to deteriorating con- been designated a “High Per- Additionally, many local housing, said just such a re- ditions. They certainly could former” by the federal gov- gional proposal would help have been addressed more ef- ernment (HUD) and its ex- controls over land develop- communities like Revere fix fectively to prevent the severe ecutive director, Linda Shaw, ment and land use would be failures that currently exist in deterioration that exists in has previously run numerous retained, so that no regional public housing. those buildings.” housing authorities in major authority would be able to re- “For a community like Re- Meanwhile, she said there cities such as New Orleans. develop property against the vere, this will help with the are other concerns in the RHA Heyer said the overall re- wishes of a local community. struggles they have working that lead her to believe a re- gionalization program – as It has not yet been estab- within scale to achieve op- gional approach will be more mentioned before – would lished where those regional erating effectiveness and ef- effective than the local con- establish six regional hous- hubs would be located, but ficiency, to professionalize figuration that exists now. ing authorities and would Heyer did say the proposed the staff and bring additional “The 705s are the most eliminate many local func- legislation identifies Suffolk resources and experience that obvious problems from the tions from communities. That will help with the problems windshield survey perspective would include an executive County as one location – like- Revere has,” she said. because they are in significant director and a local board of ly uniting Revere with Boston, She specifically indicated disrepair and are boarded directors – as well as back of- Chelsea and Winthrop. Spe- that Revere has not done well up and a blight to the neigh- fice functions and technical cifically, each region would in handling its scattered site borhood,” said Heyer. “We functions. contain about 11,000 housing housing program – called a have an ongoing relationship However, a site manager units. 705 program. Those scattered with technical assistance to for each community would “Any assertion that the plan sites include homes on Dana the Revere Housing Author- remain in place, and mainte- would result in a reduction of Street and Highland Avenue. ity in regard to maintenance, nance/custodial staff would services and will require ten- “The 705 Scattered Site preventative maintenance, be available locally with ease, ants to travel five, 10 or 15 program – those buildings they management of wait lists and she said. The site manager miles to get services they are have suffer from an extreme tenant certification. There are would be like an executive amount of disrepair which is other concerns that exist with director, but would not have due is just not true,” she said. above and beyond what we the Revere Housing Author- to deal with human resources Patrick submitted the re- would see at housing authori- ity that indicate a historic lack and the administration end of gionalization plan to the Leg-On Saturday, January 12, Patrick Ewing, Olympic Gold Medalist ties that run a 705 program,” of full capacity to operate the the job. islature, which is reviewingand Former New York Knicks Star visited Cafe Rossetti’s. In honor said Heyer. “All housing au- housing authority.” “It’s a complex job and the bill now.of his visit Chefs Bob and Steve Rossetti created, THE PATRICKEWING FLATBREAD PIZZA, a delicious treat of red and yellowtomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, fresh arugula, shaved parmesan, Dog / / CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1and minced imported peppadew peppers. “That poor kid lost his dog curred over the last two years but police dispatch had failed is a pet owner. We all have and can’t get it back because due to what she said is a lack to take down the man’s num- dogs and cats. We will review police dispatch doesn’t be- of any comprehensive plan by ber or information. the policies and get to the bot- lieve animal calls are impor- police for dealing with ani- “I did call the police then tom of this.” ELDER ASSET PROTECTION tant,” said Lisa Cutting of mals. Ocean View Kennels, which “I can’t even begin to tell and they just said they couldn’t get me any more information Cutting said she hopes that is the case. Protect Your Home For Your Heirs holds a contract with the City you what I’m going through on it and I wondered why that Just last weekend, police Life Estates * Trusts * Health Care Proxies to house lost or abandoned with this City,” said Cutting. was because they were the dropped off a young, baby animals. “The situation is 10 “My mother wants to pull the ones who told us about the Beagle without any explana- Living Wills * Powers of Attorney times worse than a year ago contract, but then the animals man calling them,” said Gen- tion. It appeared to belong to Call For Free Consultation * House Calls Available when I went up to the City will be put to sleep – even the tile. “There was nothing for someone. Cutting did some re- Council and let my frustra- ones that are just lost. We re- me to do at that point but to search and found out that the ATTORNEY STEPHEN F. MURRAY tions fly. I have to go through ally hate all this.” wait for information. I called dog hadn’t even been logged Boston to try to get help. Re- Last year, Cutting detailed the Animal Control officer and in at police headquarters, so One Orr Square, Revere, MA 02151 � 781-289-3417 vere just doesn’t care. that healthy, lost animals had left a message like they told nobody knew it had been “This is why I went in front actually been euthanized due me to do and they said they turned in to her.J.L. LeBLanc Tax Service, Inc. of the Council one year ago,” to miscommunication by po- she continued, alluding to a lice with owners. would get back to me as soon as possible. I still haven’t got- “If somebody called to report that young Beagle very animated discussion she Gentile said he has had his ten any message back.” had been lost, no one would had before the Council last Jack Russell Terrier – named And of course, that was know I have it,” said Cutting. February. “I am not the DPW, Emily – for nine years. The more than one month ago. “Worse yet, if I hadn’t taken and yet the police just drop the trouble for him began on Dec. As Gentile and Cutting un- it, it would have been taken I.R.S. PRoBLemS? UnfILed Tax ReTURnS??? dogs and leave. These animals 19th around 6 p.m. when his derstand the situation, the man to the shelter and put to sleep. are living breathing things. mother accidentally let Em- does have the dog, but when I know someone out there is call (617) 569-2021 I’ve had it with dispatch, with ily out unattended so the dog he called, police did not take looking for it. It’s just a baby, the chief, with the mayor and could go to the bathroom. down his information. There- but all the police do is drop everybody. I’m stuck though. However, the dog never came fore, all anyone knows is that and leave.” I’m stuck either working with inside to their Highland Av- a man from Beachmont has Cutting said there also people who won’t work with enue home afterward. the dog. No more help aside needs to be a coordinated ef- me or turning my back on Gentile said he searched from that has been offered. fort to get dogs adopted that PLEASE RECYCLE animals who will die on the Shirley Avenue for hours upon streets.” hours with no luck. The next “It has been kind of frustrat- ing,” Gentile said. have been abandoned or sur- rendered and are still in her THIS NEWSPAPER Cutting said Gentile’s situa- day, he called Cutting, who tion is just one of many heart- told him that a man had called So, the high schooler has taken matters into his own care. Currently, she has six dogs, and most have been in breaking stories that have oc- police to say he found the dog, hands. her care for more than three He plastered the neighbor- months. LAW OFFICE OF hood with fliers that were al- “If I don’t keep them, they Randy M. Shuman, PC most immediately ruined by rain and snow. He has looked tirelessly and wants to go just get put to sleep at North Shore (Shelter),” she said. “That’s a shame because they PERSONAL INJURY door-to-door if his mother will are adoptable dogs. They let him. aren’t harmful. Every time NO FEE UNLESS SUCCESSFUL Revere Police, upon learn- people find out about these ing more about the situation, dogs, they get adopted im- told the Journal that they are mediately. The City’s lack of revisiting the idea of making concern for these animals is SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 2013 7PM a clear policy for lost or aban- disgusting. They treat flowers doned animals – a problem in this City better than they do FAMILY LAW they were told of more than a these dogs.” year ago by Cutting. For the record, Gentile said You Don’t FAMILY Travel to Boston Have to LAW “We’re going to revisit our his terrier is white with almost You Get The Best Travel to Boston To Don’t Have to Representation policies and procedures to no brown fur spots on her make sure there are no over- body. She was wearing a pink To Get The Best Representation sights or cracks to fall through,” collar when she disappeared, said Lt. Amy O’Hara. “We’re and she answers to the name not going to have this happen of “Emily.” again. If someone called and Anyone with any informa- 781-284-0200 had information on that dog, tion can call him at (781) 353- it shouldn’t be hard for us to 4716 or his mother at (617) track it down. Everybody here 401-5100. MAIN EVENT Generations of Experience Firmly Cemented in Revere VS. 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  • 5. Wednesday, January 23, 2013 The Revere Journal Page 5 “BMC delivered the loves ofFourth-grader Aya Harper took away the championship trophy on Tuesday at the 2nd AnnualPaul Revere Spelling Bee. She now goes to the regional bee in Lynn this March. She is picturedwith her father, Linwood Harper, and grandparents, Rose and Ted Fowler. my life.”Harper wins Paul Revere Spelling Bee By Seth Daniel Principal Barbara Kelly. “All the word ‘extant’ to win the the students were prepared competition. It went 37 rounds of in- and sharp.” Both Harper and Dembritense spelling, but in the end Students were poised and turned in remarkably poisedPaul Revere fourth grader Aya ready this year for a solid performances, teachers at theHarper emerged as the spell- competition. In fact, no one school champion for the school was even eliminated until the Harper finished third in lastin a memorable competition third round. year’s competition, and waswith fifth-grader Manal Dem- Things got particularly noted for her relaxed disposi-bri. heated on Tuesday in the 15th tion. That was something she The competition is in round when Fourth-grader returned with this year, andits second year, with other Anthony Perno missed the something that propelled herschools now following the word ‘evaluate.’ He had been to victory.Paul Revere’s lead in estab- going toe-to-toe with Harper “She doesn’t get nervous,”lishing the competition. Some and Dembri for some time. said her father, Linwood15 students from grades 1-5 That set the stage for a Harper. “She has nerves ofsquared off on Tuesday morn- long-lasting and intense spell- steel, definitely.”ing for the right to advance off between the two girls. Last year’s Paul Revereto the Breed Middle School In the 21st round, Dembri champion, Elena Nguyen,in Lynn on March 15th. The missed the word ‘intricate,’ barely missed out on a trip towinner of that competition and that allowed Harper a Washington, D.C., last. Shewill advance to Washington, shot at victory. However, she took second place in the re-D.C. for the official Scripps- missed the word ‘ambitious’ gional bee at Lynn.Howard Spelling Bee. and so they continued. Judges in the contest were “This was another great They went another 16 Revere Mayor Dan Rizzo,year of competition and hope- rounds before Dembri faltered Paul Revere Literacy Coachfully they will all be as enter- on ‘subsequent.’ Michele Kelly and Journaltaining as this one was,” said Harper correctly spelled Reporter Seth Daniel.Casino/ CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 /western Massachusetts. pal partner Richard Fields. They also have not speci- Under the new gaming law, According to old media re- fied a type of license (casinoa company does not have to ports from 2005, Fields had a or slot) or a region where theyspecify a site for development very public personal and legal want to locate. However, offi-until applying for the Phase 2 battle with his former friend cials from the company haveportion of regulatory review. Donald Trump. Fields had indicated publicly that they The Cordish Company apparently been the manager have looked at sites in Bostonfiled last Tuesday under the of Marla Maples – Trump’s for a potential casino or slotcorporation PPE Casino Re- ex-wife – at one time and the parlor.sorts MA, which is associated two got close. Then, they de- A spokesperson from Rushwith the principal owners of cided to partner in develop- Street Gaming did not respondCordish. They also paid their ing the Hard Rock American to a request for comment from$400,000 non-refundable li- Indian (Seminole) casino in the Journal in time for thiscensing fee. Hollywood, FL. When Trump story. Managing Partner Joe backed out, Fields recruited Rush Street Gaming is oneWeinberg said Cordish is still the services of the Cordish Crissanny, Jayden of the few companies in theevaluating several “excellent Company – so it goes. Trump and Jeremiah mix of applicants that hassites” within the state and de- took offense when Fields and experience developing urbanciding between the Category 1 Cordish were successful in casinos – having successfullyand 2 licenses. establishing the casino, fil- put a casino in Philadelphia. “We are very enthusias- ing a lawsuit in which bothtic about the Massachusetts Fields and Trump made no All told, last week’s bar-market and look forward to bones about their deteriorat- rage of applications – poten- “I’m so happy I had my babies at tially five for Greater Bostonworking with the State and the ing friendship. – is a dramatic departure from Boston Medical Center. The doctors, midwivesMassachusetts Gaming Com- It was Fields’ first casinomission on our application,” development, and it came where things were just a few and nurses provided the best care and made months ago when it appearedsaid Weinberg in a release. with Cordish – who, interest- that Suffolk Downs was the my family feel so comfortable. And the new Cordish’s application came ingly enough, replaced “Theout of the clear blue sky for Don.” only game in town. private mother/baby rooms were like beingmost who have followed the Additionally, the Massa- The five potential appli-expanded gaming discus- chusetts Gaming and Enter- cants for the Greater Boston home. Nothing could be more beautiful—exceptsion, and its vagueness hasn’t tainment corporation – con- resort casino license are PPE for my little boys, Jayden and Jeremiah.”helped in guessing where its trolled by Chicago gaming (no site), Mass Gaming andsudden interest came from. and real estate investor Neil Entertainment (no site), Wynn The Cordish Company does Bluhm (Rush Street Gaming MA Inc. (Everett), Suffolkhave one colorful connection – has been equally as vague Downs (Eastie/Revere) andwith one prominent applicant, in its submission to the Mass Crossroads Massachusetts Planning to have a baby? Call East Bostonthat of Suffolk Downs’ princi- Gaming Commission (MGC). LLC (Milford). Neighborhood Health Center or visit to learn why other moms-to-be are choosing BMC. 617-568-4400 I 10 Gove Street I 20 MaverIck Square Black ƒBMC-296_Crissany.EB.5.5x21_RJ.ENG.indd 1 12/27/12 2:53 PM
  • 6. Page 6 The Revere Journal Wednesday, January 23, 2013 CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK January 27 - February 2 WHY I AM AN ADVOCATE FOR CATHOLIC EDUCATION By Megan Adzima, a Catholic high school in tion. These tenets – values, et magic of a Catholic class- Admissions Advocate for the Jacksonville, Florida, and community, and academic room and then I pray that Catholic Schools Admissions while I was impressed with excellence – are present in a Catholic education will be Collaborative my college friends who the seven Catholic schools I possible for their child and practiced their religion have worked with since my for all children. once a week, my life and college graduation, from My college graduation The Archdiocese of faith were changed forev- grammar schools to uni- Mass was the first time I at- Boston’s Catholic Schools er as I witnessed teenag- versities. I am no longer tended church in six years. Office, the Catholic Schools ers discover the world and a classroom teacher and I When given the opportu- Foundation, and every themselves in the context miss seeing young people nity to practice my faith as school in the Diocese work of the Catholic faith, every exhibit these qualities daily. a young adult, I chose not tirelessly to ensure that all day. However, I am able to bear to. Instead I prioritized children have access to an witness to the gifts of Cath- friends and education. My I learned that in a excellent Catholic educa- olic education now from a liberal arts classes fueled Catholic school students’ tion through funding, sup- different role as an Admis- in me a “spiritual, but not spiritual growth does not port, professional devel- sions Advocate through the religious” mentality and al- just happen in the theolo- opment, unique programs, Catholic Schools Founda- though I never benefitted gy classroom; it permeates and most importantly, a tion’s Catholic Schools Ad- from the homilies geared the school culture. In Jack- clear mission. When I at- missions Collaborative. towards young adults on sonville, my students were tend Mass (now regular- campus, I always admired Christians in math class, When speaking with ly) with my schools, I al- my peers who attended on the sports fields, and in potential families, it takes ways say an extra prayer of Mass on Sunday evenings. the cafeteria. They prayed all I have not to shout with thanks for Catholic educa- My classmates understood for each other, organized joy at parents, “A Catho- tion because, although lat- their faith as part of their social justice events, and lic education will change er in life than some, it has identity, while I fruitlessly struggled to understand your child’s life! They will given me a stronger under- searched for my identity in Church teachings at every learn! They will become standing of the world and episodes of Friends. stage of their education. I incredible individuals!” I my role in it. realize now that my Catho- tell the parents how our Though my college ed- For more informa- lic college gave me many of schools’ academics, values, ucation did not nurture my tion about Catholic grade the same experiences and and community will impact faith life in a traditional schools in Chelsea, East world-views my students their children: Catholic way, it did nurture in me Boston, Everett, Revere ad had, but I was not exposed schools have higher grad- an earnest idealism, which Somerville, email admis- to them until I was an adult. uation rates than public I embraced after gradua- sionscollaborative@gmail. How might I be different schools and graduates of tion by participating in the com. today had I received these Catholic schools are more University of Notre Dame’s gifts at a younger age? civically engaged, more tol- service-through-teaching erant of diverse views, and program, The Alliance for I believe the answer more committed to service Catholic Education (ACE). to that question lies in the as adults. Then I bring I taught for three years in tenets of Catholic educa- families to observe the qui- Immaculate Conception School OPEN HOUSE Did You Know: PLEASE RECYCLE THIS Call for an appointment at your convenience NEWSPAPER MALDEN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL High Academic Standards for Pre-School (Age 3) to Grade 8 We provide young men a solid foundation EBCCS, Where Your Family for future success. Call us. Becomes Our Family Financial Aid Available 69 London Street, East Boston, MA 02128 617 567-7456 Wheelchair Accessible Call Us To Arrange Placement Testing, Schedule a Shadow Date or For More Information Admissions: 781-475-5293 or MALDEN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL Today’s Outstanding Students… Tomorrow’s Outstanding Leaders Music Program Full Day K0, K1, & K2 A Xaverian Brothers Sponsored School Celebrating 80 Years of Excellence Feel free to visit our school and see first-hand our outstanding programs! Black Cyan Magenta Yellow
  • 7. Wednesday, January 23, 2013 The Revere Journal Page 7 CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK January 27 - February 2 GET READY FOR CELEBRATE NATIONAL CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK CATHOLIC SCHOOLS ioners and the community at advocates are urged to wear a Schools Week celebration be- WEEK 2013 National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebra- large. Individual dioceses and local Catholic elementary and button showing their support came an annual event in 1974. Catholic Schools Week and tion of Catholic education in secondary schools develop Again this year the Catho- the National Marketing Cam- NEXT CELEBRATION OF the United States. During the and promote their own CSW lic Schools Week Marketing paign are joint projects of the week, schools and parishes fo- activities each year. Kit, with step-by-step guide- National Catholic Educational CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK IS cus on the value Catholic edu- lines to help organize Catholic Association, the world’s larg- JANUARY 27 TO cation provides to young peo- The Catholic University of Schools Week celebrations, est private professional ed- ple and Catholic education’s America will commemorate a liturgy guide and support- ucation association, and the FEBRUARY 2, 2013 contributions to our church, Catholic Schools Week during ing graphics was provided to United States Conference of There are 132,656 pri- ruary 2. Schools typically cel- our communities and our na- the Mass of St. Thomas Aqui- member schools as a benefit Catholic Bishops, the nationalvate and public schools in ebrate Catholic Schools Week tion. nas at 12:10 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. of membership. public policy organization ofthe United States, according with Masses, open houses The week builds communi- 29. The Mass will be broadcast U.S. Department of Education and activities for students, ty awareness of and involve- live by EWTN. The National Catholicstatistics. Of those, 6,980 are families, parishioners and the ment in Catholic schools Often schools will cele-Catholic elementary or sec- community at large. throughout the country. . brate the parish family onondary schools. What sets During this week, many dio- Sunday (this year, Jan. 27);these Catholic schools apart A Marketing Kit is produced ceses and schools encourage the community on Mondayfrom the pack? each year to help schools cele- parents to take full advantage (Jan. 28); students on Tuesday Three things, say educa- brate Catholic Schools Week. of the benefits of local Catho- (Jan. 29); and religious andtors, parents and community Other merchandise items, lic schools by enrolling their clergy on Thursday (Jan. 31).leaders: faith, academics and such as T-shirts, buttons, children in those schools. In addition, schools often setservice. pencils and gift items, will be The annual observance aside time during the week to Children are taught faith— available with the theme and begins Jan. 27 and continues honor grandparents. Good Shepardnot just the basics of Christi- logo. These items will be avail- to Feb. 2. Schools typicallyanity, but how to have a rela- able for purchase in August celebrate National Catholic National Appreciation Day 2x5tionship with God. from http://.catholicschools- Schools Week with Masses, falls on the Wednesday of Academics, which in Cath- open houses and activities Catholic Schools Week (Jan.olic schools are held to very for students, families, parish- 30). On this day in particular,high standards, help each Catholic Schools Week ischild reach his or her poten- a joint project of NCEA andtial. the U.S. Conference of Cath- PLEASE Service, the giving of one’s olic Bishops. To learn moretime and effort to help others, about Catholic Schools Week,is taught both as an expressionof faith and good citizenship. visit the NCEA Web site at: RECYCLE THIS The annual observancestarts the last Sunday in Jan- SchoolsWeek.asp. NEWSPAPERuary and runs all week, whichin 2013 is January 27 to Feb- CATHOLIC SCHOOL’S WEEK ACTIVITIES By Marianne Salza on a daily basis,” says Principal faculty and students. Maria Giggie. “To celebrate our “This is something we live Catholic School’s Week, Jan. Catholic identity, we’re inviting by every day at the school,” says27- Feb. 2, 2013, is a national parishioners and active mem- Barbara Keohane, Director ofobservance for schools to cel- bers of our community to lunch Business and Communications,ebrate their individuality, and and give back to our PTO offi- about the week’s theme. “We feelreflect upon the importance of cers who worked so hard for the that it is morally, academically,their staff, students, and parents. school.” and from a community serviceThis year’s theme is “Catholic An open house will be held vision, a great launch. RaisingSchools Raise their Standards,” Monday and Tuesday at St. the standards is something youand is illustrated by an expo- Anthony’s School. Wednesday can learn from every day.”nential growth chart that culmi- is Student Appreciation Day, Immaculate Conceptionnates into a cross, symbolizing when students wear a jersey of School, Revere, incorporatesthe underlining faith of Catholic their favorite sports team to sup- “Raising their Standards”schools. port them. There will be a VIP through their daily teaching St. Anthony’s School, in Ev- luncheon with food provided by and fundamental religious val-erett, focuses on this idea by Kelly’s Roast Beef to honor the ues. They will have a celebratoryconstantly bettering the curric- important people in students’ mass, Munchkin Monday, a visitulum of the school by making lives, and a student/staff volley- by the Epic Brass band, an ice College-preparatory curriculum 9 Advanced Placement Coursessure there is progression within ball game on Tuesday night. The cream sundae party, and basket- 13 Sports Programs 18 Extracurricular Clubseach grade. Last year, the school school community will be going ball game between the 8th grade Diverse school community Theatre Arts Programbegan standardized testing in to Roller World on Wednesday and faculty.the 1st grade to learn how to evening, and the week will close “Immaculate Conceptionenhance the educational pro- with a liturgy. raises the standards by usinggram. Once teachers received South Boston Catho- a rigorous curriculum that in-the results, a workshop was held lic Academy begins Catholic tegrates technology and theto discuss which subjects the School Week with a family mass common core standards, and by For Admissions information, contact Stefanie McKanasstudents were mastering in, and on Sunday and an open house engaging students in social and at 617-389-0240 or courses needed improve- on Tuesday. There will be a service projects,” says Principalment. community service food drive, Alison Kelly. “Catholic schools make a Pennies for Patients, brunch fordifference. 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  • 8. Page 8 The Revere Journal Wednesday, January 23, 2013 Forum Revere J o u r n a l PRESIDENT: Stephen Quigley MARKETING DIRECTOR: Deb DiGregorio THE MARIJUANA DISPENSARY ISSUE Through TheYears The law has a good intent, 10 years ago The girls now are 3-1 and are lice officer, to a regular beat is died of a heart attack this week but it overall is not suitable for Revere January 29, 2003 now the only RHS winter just a matter of routine police at the age of 64. Although the weather may sports team with a winning procedure. Jim DelGaizo, former Re- The City Councils public hearing on Jan. 28th concerning record. Massport has agreed to pur- vere High football star, collegethe issue of the new law passed by the voters in November that be frigid, the city’s political climate already is heating up Jerry Alviti scored two chase three schools from the All-American, and member ofallows for the establishment of medical marijuana dispensaries goals to pace the RHS hockey city that are in the flight paths this year’s Super Bowl cham-deserves thoughtful consideration by both residents and our with the announcement by Ward 4 resident George Ro- team to a 4-4 tie with Cam- of Logan Airport. Two of the pion Miami Dolphins, will becouncil members. bridge. Richie Gallucci and schools, the Julia Ward Howe the guest speaker at this week’s We recognize that the basis for the creation of marijuana tondo that he will challenge incumbent Ward 4 Councillor Colin Doherty also scored for and Mary T. Ronan, would be annual Revere High Footballdispensaries are two-fold: First, that marijuana itself is a rela- the Patriots. demolished and the city would Parents Club banquet.tively harmless drug that the government really has no business Michael Ferrante in the fall election. Children of the Corn, Snip- lease back the third, the Louis Dom Gizzi sank a basketin keeping out of the hands of adults and second, that marijuana er, and Bodyguard are playing Pasteur, to use for school sup- with just one second to play tohas been shown to have proven medical benefits for those with Two residents at 82 Hich- born St., David Quintero and at the Revere Showcase Cin- ply storage. The deal would be give the RHS basketball teamcancer and other illnesses. ema. contingent upon the construc- a thrilling 75-74 win over Moreover, we in general would agree with those who con- German Medina, are credited with saving the life of Gloria tion of a new K-8 school away Everett. Backcourtman Joetend that maintaining marijuanas illegal status only serves to 30 years ago from the flight paths on Crys- Driscoll poured in 37 pointsbankroll the criminal element (much like Prohibition did in the Vidales and her two year old daughter from their burning January 28, 1983 tal Ave. for the Patriots.1920s). Further, there may be some truth to the notion that mar- Former Revere Welfare Di- Despite a 5-4 loss to secondijuanas illegal status perversely makes it more available to our car which had crashed intro A standing room only a maple tree in front of 82 crowd filled the City Council rector Anthony A. Gallo has place Medford, the RHS hock-youth precisely because it is sold on the black market, which been found guilty after a trial ey team still is in first place inis wholly unregulated by the government. Moreover, because Hichborn after the brakes on chambers for a joint meet- Vidales’s car had failed and ing between the Council and in Suffolk Superior Court on a the Greater Boston Leaguethe criminal element is in charge of the marijuana market, our charge of bribery. with a 9-1-2 record.young people are dealing with criminals who then become in- it had become a runaway ve- Planning Board as they began hicle down Franklin Ave. discussions to revise the city’s Flags in the city, which havetent on selling other, harder drugs to our youth who otherwise been flying at half staff for the 50 years agowould have no contact with low-life drug dealers. Pres. George W. Bush’s zoning ordinances for the time approval of an additional in 28 years. Two areas of con- past 28 days in honor of for- January 24, 1963 But those ideas are nice in theory. We fear that the reality of mer Pres. Harry S. Truman,potential drug dispensaries in neighborhoods and communities $200 million in heating assis- cern that arose involved Won- Jerome Rappaport, the de- tance for low income families derland Dog Track, which who died 28 days ago, now veloper who has proposed asuch as Revere would be an altogether different story. The ex- will remain at half staff for an-perience in other states where medical marijuana is sold legally comes as welcome news to wants a zoning change to be $200 million urban renewal many in Revere who are hav- able to build a dog kennel, and other 30 days in the wake of project for Revere Beach, toldhas shown that more than just those truly in medical need are the death of former Presidentable to purchase marijuana. ing a tough time paying their Roughan’s Point, where resi- Please see YEARS Page 9 heating bills during this frigid dents want the area changed Lyndon Baines Johnson, who Further, all of us would agree that even if marijuana werecompletely legal, it should not be made available to our young winter. to residential, but developerpeople for whom marijuana usage clearly is not a good thing The Revere High cheer- Ben Ford Abrams, who owns(just as alcohol usage is not a good thing for those under 21). leading team finished in third place last weekend at the commercial property, wants it to remain zoned for commer- Letter to the editorBut unless medical marijuana is dispensed by licensed pharma-cists like any other drug (and our understanding of this new law CheerSport National Cham- cial use. pionships held at the Georgia Vandals struck Revere High On the Casino 15, 2013 Tycoon, Wynn outis that these dispensaries are not anywhere near what we think Dear Editor: to battle Mayor Menino. Mr.of as a drug store), we can envision its dispensation and usage World Congress Center in At- in two separate incidents over Massachusetts will be hold- Wynn Mayor Menino is nosoon running out of control and becoming more available to our lanta. the weekend, destroying the Local residents are remem- television studio room and ing a great Stake Race! The push over and you will alsoyouth. PURSE will be the license for bering former long-time Chel- taking Panasonic video re- have to battle Revere Mayor So we agree with the efforts of our City Council to block sea Soldiers Home Comman- corders worth $1500. a Resort Casino. Many entries Dan Rizzo, who is also a pro-marijuana dispensaries from coming to Revere. It is simply dant John L. Quigley, who The Appeals Board has have gotten into the race. Suf- ponent for Suffolk Downs.the wrong type of business at the wrong time and in the wrong passed away this week. Quig- granted a variance to North folk Downs was one of the Let’s not forget the peopleplace, namely, our community of Revere. ley, who earned a Purple Heart Shore Health Systems to build first to enter. who own and run Suffolk at the battle of Iwo Jima in a 123 bed nursing home on the Working at Suffolk Downs Downs their plans for a beau- A WORTHY MEMORIAL WWII, helped countless Re- vere veterans and their fami- site of the former Revere Me- morial Hospital. for some time (now retired), I consider myself a fair handi- tiful resort casino could never Recognition for the women who served in capper. I am betting on Suf- be matched. Mr. Wynn I sug- lies during their time of need. Revere Police Officer Barry folk Downs to finish the big gest you go back to Vegas, WWII long overdue Gavin Monagle, a Revere Feldberg has been indicted on don’t waste your money on a native and a teacher in the larceny charges after he alleg- race first. Suffolk Downs, The effort by Eileen Merullo and others to ensure that the Revere schools, the present edly stopped a car in the Won- since 1935, has been a great chemically polluted site.military service of women in World War II does not go unre- coach of the Savio Prep foot- derland parking lot and took a asset to the surrounding com- My wager is that Suffolkmembered is one of the most worthy causes to have come along ball team , has said he will not bag, with $2000 in cash and munities of East Boston, Re- Downs is the best bet!in quite a while. be a candidate for the open drugs, from three men and or- vere, Winthrop, Chelsea and Vincent F. Cammarata There were 141 Revere women, of whom Eileen was one, Revere High head coaching dered them to go on their way. many others.who directly contributed to the war effort. However, their deeds position. Police Chief Jake DeLeire has While employed at Suffolkhave been wholly unrecognized. To say they have been taken Gangs of New York, and suspended Feldberg for the al- Downs many of my fellow em- Thank youfor granted is understating the degree to which their dedication Catch Me If You Can are play- leged incident. ployees were from the above- Dear Editor:and contributions to our victory over Nazi Germany and the ing at the Revere Showcase The School Facilities plan- mentioned communities and I would like to thank theEmpire of Japan have been ignored. Cinemas. ning Task Force has recom- many are still employed there. customers, employees, and So it is with a great deal of local pride in these women, who mended that five schools be I hope the former and pres- the management of the Squirewere our wives, mothers, sisters, cousins, aunts, classmates, and 20 years ago closed, the Achenbach, Bar- Road Stop & Shop for the ent employees read this lettergirls next door, that we heartily endorse the move to create a January 27, 1993 rows, Liberty, Roosevelt, and boxes of food they donated and let their voices be in their honor on the American Legion lawn and urge Shurtleff. The Mass. Appeals Court Suffolk Downs is the most to St. Vincent de Paul at St.our readers to make a donation, no matter how small, so that Jack Johnson scored 21 has ruled that former Revere logical are to build a resort Mary’s Church.perhaps this task can be accomplished by Memorial Day. points in a 63-56 win for the Police Chief John “Jake” De- casino because of its location The 150 boxes they donat- Leire, who was convicted in RHS basketball team over to these fine and deserving ed during Thanksgiving and REMEMBERING REV. KING the ExamScam scandal sev- Chelsea. Maura Driscoll took first cities. Other locations, one in Christmas were greatly ap- eral years ago, is not entitled particular is in the middle of preciated by the needy of our A man who stood up for the rights of everybody to collect his pension. place in all four events to pace a down town area and one is Coach Ann Montani’s RHS parish. For those of us of a certain age, it is hard to imagine that 2013 will A wild City Council meet- in an area where it would cost girls gymnastic team to wins Their help is extendedmark 45 years since the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King ing saw councillors and May- millions to remove pollutants over Masconomet and No. from the site and some of the throughout the year. So thankin Memphis while he was standing on the balcony of the Lorraine or Robert Haas exchange bit-Motel. Recalling the news of his murder still brings chills and a deep ter and personal attacks. Upon Reading. Revere is seeking other proposed areas are in you all for your time, effort,sense of sadness that never will subside. a motion for reconsideration to repeat as undefeated cham- isolated areas. money and just caring for your For those who are too young to have been alive in that era of Amer- by Councillor Patsy Tata, the pion of the Northern Confer- As I was composing this neighbors.ican history, there are a few things that everyone should know about Council voted 6-5 to reconsid- ence. letter, I saw a recent article Officers and MemberDr. King that should provide inspiration to all of us. er and reject Haas’s appoint- The RHS hockey team de- in the Herald dated January of S.V.D.P. St. Mary’s First, he was not perfect. No person is or ever has been. Dr. King ment of Michael W. Kelleher feated Chelsea 2-1 behind Reverewas just like any of us; he had his strengths and he had his weak- III to the Planning Board, an goals by John Consolo andnesses, and like all of us, he made some mistakes. appointment the Council had Craig Neil. Second, Dr. King was fearless. He knew from the inception of his confirmed at its prior meet- Best Friends, Dark Crystal,rise to prominence of the civil rights movement that he would become ing. Councillors Steven Co- and Concrete Jungle are play- Journala target for those who opposed change. Yet, even though he often told larossi and George Caporale ing at the Revere Showcaseothers that he believed his death would be imminent, he did not relent charged that Tata’s move was his fight to continue his work in the civil rights movement. politically-motivated because D irectory Third, Dr. King stood for the rights of all Americans, not merely Kelleher had worked for can- 40 years agothose of color. Indeed, he was in Memphis working with striking sani- didates who had opposed Tata January 25, 1973 Advertising andtation workers whose pay and working conditions he was seeking to in the past. Haas termed the Revere Housing Authority Marketing Editorialhelp improve. He was an outspoken critic of the Vietnam War because vote “disgusting” and “has Exec. Director Carl Hyman 781-485-0588 Assistant Marketing Directors • 781-284-2400 Senior Reporter he knew it to be an unjust war, not only for poor Americans who could brought city government to an has filed a $50,000 slander Colm Bohill Seth Danielnot get a deferment for the draft, but also for the people of Vietnam, all-time low.” Councilwoman suit against City Councillor Maureen DiBella Regular Contributorswhose homeland was being bombed into oblivion at great profit for Adele Toro stormed Tata at Joseph DelGrosso for charg- Senior Sales Associates John Lyndsthe American military-industrial complex. the Council bench and called ing that Hyman allegedly tried Peter Sacco Copy Editing, Layout If Dr. King were alive in the present era, there is no doubt that he Tata “a hypocrite who should to solicit a bribe from the own- Kathleen Bright Legal Advertising Scott Yateswould have been in the forefront of the Occupy Wall Street movement be ashamed of yourself. Tata ers of the Shipwreck Loungeof two years back that highlighted the economic inequality which ex- replied, “Madam, there is no for his help in obtaining a year Ellen Bertino Ad Design Businessists in America today and that oppresses Americans of all races. bigger fool than you.,” round liquor license from the Accounts Executive By any measure, Dr. Martin Luther King was a great man. His Courageous Andrew Hud- Licensing Commission. Julie Dean Carol Alagero (classified) Judy Russispeeches ring as true today as they did two generations ago; indeed, son, a freshman at the North- The City Council unani-his "I Have A Dream" and "Ive Been to the Mountaintop" speeches east Regional Vocational mously has appointed Mrs.are among the most powerful not only in American history, but in all School, is back on the basket- Margaret Vaillancourt, 26, toof Western civilization. ball court nine months after a position on the Revere Parks All of us should realize from the example set by Dr. King that in undergoing major brain sur- and Recreation Commission.each of us is the power to change the world. We may not be as gifted gery when he was shoved into Vaillancourt was one of three S ubscriptionas Dr. King was with his oratory, but each of us has the capacity to in- an unpadded cement wall dur- persons arrested during a cit-spire others, whether through our words or deeds, whether on a small ing a youth basketball game. in at City Hall in which they I nformation The Revere Journal is published every Wednesday by the Independentor large scale, to make the world a better place. Countless of our fel- The RHS boys and girls were protesting the city’s lack Newspaper Group. Periodical postage rates paid at Boston, MA. Newsstandlow citizens have followed the path set by Dr. King and countless track teams both defeated of recreational opportunities price is 50 cents. Subscriptions are $26 per year in Revere, and $50 per year outside the city. Known office of publication: 385 Broadway, Revere, MAmore will do so in the years ahead. Everett. Kevin Boodoo was for youth. 02151. Postal publication number is USPS NO. 710-120. Postmaster, send address corrections to the Independent Newspaper Group, Attn: Circula- So as we celebrate Martin Luther King Day, let us recall not only among the winners for the Police Chief George P. tion, 385 Broadway, Revere, MA 02151.his memory and the great things he did, but the great things that his boys, capturing the mile in Corbett has asserted that the The Revere Journal assumes no financial responsibility for typographi- cal errors in advertisements, but will reprint that part of the advertisement in which the error occurs. Advertisers will please notify the managementlegacy is continuing to bring about more than two generations after 5:18.4. Candice Borden was transfer of Detective Michael immediately of any errors that may occur.his death. among the winners for the Casoli, who has made more girls, taking the 600 in 1:43.9. drug arrests than any other po- Black
  • 9. Wednesday, January 23, 2013 The Revere Journal Page 9 SOCCER FUNDRaiSER SET FOR SATURDAY Sheriff, Public Safety Sec. urge education and kindness in MLK speech By Seth Daniel In what was probably her last public appearance as Suf- folk County Sheriff, new state Public Safety Secretary An- drea Cabral gave the keynote address at the Chelsea Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast - fo- cusing her remarks primarily for the young people in the Revere and Chelsea area. “Growing up, Dr. King and Malcolm X were very impor- Suffolk County Sheriff – and tant men in my household,” incoming state Secretary of said Cabral. “These were men Public Safety – Andrea Cabral who risked their lives to fight gave keynote remarks at the for rights that were routinely annual Martin Luther King denied black people like me... Jr. Breakfast on Monday in Chelsea. It was one of her last Dr. King was thinking of me public appearances as Sheriff. and you and all the genera- tions in between and beyond when he did that...They knew knowledge is power and edu- back by conformity. cation is important. It’s easy “When we don’t succeed, to convince yourself that it many times it’s because we doesn’t matter to know more, hold ourselves back,” she said. to graduate high school or go “We should not be afraid to do to college. It does matter.” something different. It is the Cabral’s comments came unique who make a mark. YouFive local youth soccer players, pictured above, from left, Hans-Edward Hoene, Kevin Valle, Adrian Perez, Sebastian Cuervo, and during the Chelsea Com- will never pick up a book andJuan “Danny” Maysonet, are members of the Massachusetts State Futsal (Indoor Soccer) U-14 team that has qualified for the na- munity and People’s A.M.E. read about people who havetional tournament to be held next month in Kansas. The players also compete for the Revere Strikers U-14 Division 1 team. The fut- Church Martin Luther King Jr. done important who were notsal team will be holding a fundraiser Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the East Boston Savings Bank branch on Broadway, Revere. Holiday celebration on Mon- unique. Different changes theProceeds from the fundraiser will defray the players’ expenses for their trip to the national tournament. day in Chelsea High School. It world.” also came on the eve of one of Finally, Cabral called onRevere hydrant painting program completed for 2012 Cabral’s last days in the local everyone in the audience to re- office, where she has concen- sist the temptation to be mean- trated so much time and effort spirited. Rather, she called on While driving around the on ensuring that young people everyone to be kind in thecity, take the time to notice all could be reformed if they so same vein that King called onof the fire hydrants in Revere desired. everyone to love one another.that have been painted over She reiterated her call to “Kindness does not costthe last seven years.  education by saying it is im- a dime,” she said. “You are Prior to this painting initia- portant to learn and to want to never too young to be kindtive, the majority of the hy- learn. to someone...You can changedrants were most unsightly. “Be curious and ask ques- a person’s life with a friend-Some were rusted, some were tions,” she said. “Read a lot. ship. It’s easy to be mean, es-multi-colored, and some had Read about people who are pecially if you don’t feel goodall or almost all of the paint smarter than you. Believe about yourself. The definitionchipped off, making for an me, there are always people of courage is being afraid tougly assortment of fire hy- smarter than you. Your hun- do what you know is right anddrants.  ger for knowledge should be you do it anyway.” The Revere Beautification like your hunger for food. It Cabral is expected to be of-Committee (RBC) received should be never-ending. If it ficially sworn in as the newmany complaints about the is, eventually, you will be one Secretary of Public Safetycondition of the fire hydrants of the smart people that other – a state Cabinet position – atover their hot line (781-485- people are reading about.” some point late this week. She2770). As a result of these Cabral also called on those has served as Suffolk Countycomplaints, it was decided in the audience not to be held Sheriff for the past 10 years.that the situation could beremedied over a period oftime by utilizing the work of BYC INSTALLATIONthe prisoners who do variouskinds of work for the city, byhaving the work overseen bythe Fire Department and theCity of Revere, and by hav- Shown in photo left to right: Eleanor Vieira, Mayor Dan Rizzo, Bob Rotondo, Lt. Frank Ferrante anding the RBC provide both the RoseLee Vincentpaint and the management ofthis project.  Robert Rotondo of the City complished is the result of col- can be made when different RoseLee Vincent of the of Revere and Sheriff Andrea laboration between the City organizations work together.RBC and Lt. Frank Ferrante Cabral. The RBC thanks all of of Revere, the Revere Fire For more information onof the Revere Fire Depart- these individuals for their hard Department, Sheriff Cabral’s how to join the RBC, pleasement spearheaded the effort. work in this program. office, and the RBC. It is an visit our website at www.rev-Also assisting in this endeav- The work that has been ac- example of the progress that were Mayor Dan Rizzo and Through TheYears Beachmont Yacht Club recently held their annual installation of officers. Shown in the top photo Commodore John Gallagher (left) passes gavel to newly elected Commodore Kevin Drohanthe Chamber of Commerce day meeting of the Our Lady tion to expand Logan Airport 70 years ago at installation of Officers Ceremony at Beachmont Yacht Club.that Revere needs to adopt a of Lourdes Holy Name Soci- had added so much silt to the January 28, 1943 In the bottom photo Past Commodore Dan Gallagher swears innew civic pride. Rappaport ety. inlet that the broad and deep 2013 officers at Beachmont Yacht Club. from left: Ed Kantorski,said that Revere has more po- Ernest Tentindo was in- channel that once led to the The City Council has ap- Kevin Drohan, Ken Griffin, John Gallagher, Bob Connolly, Charlietential than almost any city in stalled as President of the Co- Beachmont Yacht Club has proved a pay ordinance that Hensley, Joe Demattio and Bob Long.the country thanks to its beau- lonial Acres Civic Corp. Sat- all but vanished. will give 10 percent payraisestiful beachfront, rapid transit, urday evening. The Planning Board has tom all city employees.and proximity to a major in- More than 350 persons were recommended that the city Harold Hill, son of Mr.ternational airport. on hand for the group’s fourth construct a parking lot on land and Mrs. Ferdinand Hill of City Manager Edward P. annual installation of officers between Central Avenue and 55 Bosson St., is home for aO’Toole has submitted a re- held at Caruso’s Diplomat. Sprague Street that would few days on a furlough. Hillcord budget of $7.9 million to Anthony Quinn and Sylvia accommodate 284 cars. The fought in the Battle of Gua-the City Council, representing Mangano star in Barabbas at city presently owns half of the dalcanal last August where hean increase of $561,334 over the Revere Theatre. Elvis Pre- land in question, but would contracted malaria.last year’s budget. The in- sley stars in Girls, Girls, Girls have to purchase the remain- The federal governmentcrease will add $8.00 onto the at the Revere Drive In. ing parcels. has announced that all WPAcity’s tax rate to a new high of Ed O’Hara scored 22 programs will cease by April$103.40. O’Toole’s budget in- 60 years ago points to lead the Immaculate 30. All milk stations will closecludes just $2,904,905 for the January 22, 1953 Conception High basketball February 1, though residentsschools, which is $523,000 Revere schoolchildren team to a 58-48 win over St. will be able to obtain cou-less than what is being re- were dismissed from school Patrick’s of Watertown. IC pons to buy milk for six centsquested by the School Com- at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday so is in first place in the Catho- through February 27 at localmittee. they could watch the inau- lic League’s Division Three stores. The elimination of the John Mannone scored two guration of Pres. Dwight D. standings. WPA projects will affect 500 THINK OF IT ASgoals to lead the RHS hockey Archie Mellace led Revereteam to a 6-3 win over Mal- Eisenhower on television or listen to it on the radio. with 13 points and George workers in Revere, many of AN OWNER’S whom are deemed unemploy-den, which earlier had tied The Mass. House Com- Doucette added 10 as the able because of physical hand- MANUAL FORRevere for the only blemish mittee on Harbors and Public RHS basketball team trouncedon the Revere skaters’ record, Lands has recommended the Lowell, 53-36. icaps. Those who are deemed YOUR MONEY.which now is 7-0-1, good for construction of a seawall on Paul Feyler, ace Revere employable will register withfirst place in the Metropolitan Rice Avenue to protect the High center ice man, scored the federal employment bu- The free Consumer Action Handbook. In print and online atLeague. Point of Pines from storms. the lone goal for the Blue reau to seek jobs in private, it’s the everyday guide to getting the most Morris Sidman is the new However, the committee post- and White in a 1-1 tie with industry to assist with the war for your hard-earned money. For your free copy, order online atPresident of the Tifereth Israel poned action on a bill calling Gloucester. effort.; write to Handbook, Pueblo, CO 81009; orSynagogue. for the dredging of Belle Isle Randolph Scott stars in Fred Astaire and Rita Hay- call toll-free 1 (888) 8 PUEBLO. New Red Sox manager Inlet. State Rep. Harold Cana- Hangman’s Knot at the Re- worth star in You Were Never A public service message from the U.S. General Services Administration.Johnny Pesky will be the van, who sponsored the bill, vere Theatre Lovelier at the Revere andguest speaker at the First Fri- said that the dredging opera- Boulevard Theatres. Black
  • 10. Page 10 The Revere Journal Wednesday, January 23, 2013 obituaries Walter Bruce Anna Edelstein John Thomas Federici Well Known Revere Beach Bartender, Member Travel Was Her Passion Avid Bowler, Truck Driver and Former Barberof Revere Elks, Special Needs School Bus Driver Anna P. (Sutera) Edelstein Prince and John Thomas Federici of late Vincent Federici, Mary of Revere died on January 17. Hanover Revere died on January 20. Santoyanni and Rena Ioven. Walter M. Bruce, a lifelong “Sissy” She was 83 years old. Streets, He was 86 years old. He is also survived by sevenRevere native, died January Bruce- Annas passion was travel. today, A US Navy veteran of loving grandchildren and six19 at Genesis of Wakefield Kelley She toured several countries Wednes- World War II, great grandchildren.following a brief illness. He and her and loved to share stories of day, Janu- he was a retired His Funeral will be heldwas 76 years old. husband, her journeys with family and ary 23 at truck driver and from the Paul Buonfiglio & Born in Chelsea, he lived Robert friends. 11 a.m. a member of Sons-Bruno Funeral Home, in Revere all his N. Kelley The beloved wife of Marvin Interment Teamsters Local 128 Revere St., Revere to- life and was a of Fort Edelstein, she leaves her niece will fol- 25. Born in Cam- day, Wednesday, January 23 1954 graduate Lauder- Lucy Giorgio-Pirkey and her low at Pu- bridge and raised in Revere, at 8:30 a.m. followed by a of Revere High dale, FL husband, Ed of Revere, and ritan Lawn Memorial Park in he attended Revere Schools Funeral Mass in St Anthony’s School. He was and New nephews Albert Giorgio II Peabody. Family will receive and was an avid bowler. Be- Church at 10 a.m. Relatives also a 1950 alum- Hamp- and his wife, Mary Ann, and visitors from 8:30 to 10:30 fore becoming a Teamster, he and friends are kindly invited.nus of the Immaculate Con- shire, Barbara Bruce-Meade Paul Charles Sutera. She also a.m. at the Boston Harborside worked as a barber. In lieu of flowers, donationsception Grammar School. He and her husband, Franklin leaves four grandnephews: Home, 580 Commercial St., He was the beloved husband may be made in his memorysoon entered the United States “Frank” Meade of Revere and Robert, Jason, Albert III and Boston, MA 02109 prior to of the late Sally (DeSalvo); de- to the Hospice of the NorthArmy during the Korean Con- Marilyn A. Symmes of Win- James and her grand-niece the service. In lieu of flowers, voted father of Marian Bruzz- Shore, 75 Sylvan St., Suiteflict and served for over four throp. He is also lovingly sur- Katy. Anna was predeceased contributions may be made to ese and her husband, Anthony, B-102, Danvers MA 01923.years. vived by three grandchildren, by her sister Lillian Giorgio, the Parkinsons Disease Foun- Debra Vickers and her hus- Burial will be in the Massa- Walter spent many years many nieces, nephews, grand- brother Paul Sutera and neph- dation, 1359 Broadway, Suite band, Chris and Janis Guide chusetts National Cemetery.driving special needs children nieces and grand-nephews and ew Steven Giorgio. Annas 1509, NY, NY 10018 or www. and her husband, Michael, all For guest book please visitin the early busing days. He the large extended Morgan passion was travel. Please visit www. of Revere; dear brother of the www.Buonfiglio.comis most remembered for his family on his Mom’s side here Her Funeral Mass will be at BostonHarborsideHome.commany years on the Beach (Re- in Revere and throughout thevere Beach), working many of North Shore. St. Leonard Church, corner of to leave online condolences. Edward and Eleanor M.the local cafes and lounges asa bartender, especially at Bud- Family and friends are in- vited to attend a Memorial Antonio Parco McFarlanddy’s Cafe and Bill Ash’s Piz- Funeral Mass on Saturday, Of East Boston Edward T. McFarland of They were the beloved andza. He was a member of the January 26 at 10:30 a.m. in Revere died after a long ill- devoted parents of Lorna M.Revere Lodge of Elks #1171. the Immaculate Conception Antonio Parco of East Bos- survived by a brother and two ton died on January 20. sisters in Italy and by many ness at the Melrose-Wakefield McFarland of Hudson, Flori- He was the beloved son of Church (corner of Beach Hospital in Melrose on July da and Lynne M. McFarland-the late, M. Walter Bruce and Street and Winthrop Ave- He was the beloved husband loving nieces and nephews. of Grace (Locinto) Parco; lov- The family will receive 23, 2012. His dear wife of 69 Robison and her husband,Eleanor (Morgan) Bruce; the nue), Revere. Internment will years, Eleanor M. (Valiante) David V. Robison of Revere;dear father of Steven Ryan of be held privately. In lieu of ing father of Jennie Holland visitors on Thursday from 9 to and her husband, Ronald of 10:30 a.m. in the Rapino Me- McFarland, also of Revere and the cherished grandparents ofRaymond, NH and Kimberly flowers, remembrances may also a resident of Annemark Edward M. Piscopo of Man-Richard and her husband, be made to the New England East Boston and Pasquale morial Home, 9 Chelsea St. Parisi of Revere; cherished (Maverick Sq.) East Boston Nursing Home in Revere, chester, NH, David M. Pis-Mark of Hanover, NH. He was Shelter for Homeless Veter- where they both had been liv- copo and his wife, Priscilla ofthe devoted brother of Retired ans, 17 Court St., Boston, MA grandfather of Jacquelyn So- followed by a Mass of Chris- lari and her husband, Jeffrey of tian Burial to be celebrated in ing (she was unaware of his Salem, NH and the dear greatState Police Sergeant James R. 02108. Interment will be held passing) died at Annemark grandparents of Brittany D.Bruce of Winthrop and his late privately. Sturbridge and Kimberly Hol- Sacred Heart Church, corner land of Rochester, NH; great- of Brooks and Paris Streets, Nursing Home on November and Miranda L. Piscopo ofwife, Carole P. Bruce, Eleanor 23, 2012, exactly four months Manchester, NH and Jessica grandfather of Grace and Jon- East Boston at 11 a.m. For later, peacefully and quietly. L. and Angela Piscopo of Sa- James King athan Solari of Sturbridge and Promise Holland-Willwerth online condolences and/or directions, please visit www. Mr. McFarland was born lem, NH. Mrs. McFarland was Auditor; Member of Revere Elks of Rochester, NH. He is also in Framingham, raised in the dear sister of Constance Charlestown and attended Rando of Wilmington. Mr. James W. King died on Jan-uary 16 at Emerson Village in old. Born and raised in Revere, Ernest Pierni Charlestown Schools. Most of his working career was spent McFarland was the brother of the late Henry McFarland andWatertown. He was 76 years he was the son of the late John Worked at Family Supermarket as a policeman with the for- Margaret Bartera. They are and Katherine (Cotter) Gra- mer Boston and Maine (B&M also lovingly survived by sev- ham. He worked as an audi- Ernest V. Pierni of North Carl and Arthur Pierni; loving Railroad) for more than 45 eral nieces, nephews, grand tor at Extra, Inc. transporta- Andover, formerly of Swamp- grandfather of Alex and Ben- years. He also worked as a nieces and grand nephews. tion company. He was also a scott and Revere, died on Jan- jamin Munick, Vanessa and maintenance supervisor for A Memorial Funeral Mass member of the Revere Lodge uary 15. He was 94 years old. the MBTA until retiring in was held on Saturday, Janu- Mr. Pierni worked at the Teddy and Brian Pierni and is 1985. ary 19, 2013 at in the Im- of Elks. Mr. King leaves one sister, family business, United Mar- also survived by many loving Mrs. McFarland was born maculate Conception Church Margaret Crepeau of Rhode ket, originally located on Re- nieces and nephews. Funeral in Boston, raised in Somer- Revere followed by entomb- Island and two brothers, Wil- vere Street and later expand- arrangements were by the Paul ville and was a graduate of ment at Woodlawn Cemetery liam King of Charlestown and ing to United Supermarket on Somerville High School, Class Chapel Building in the Nar- Buonfiglio & Sons-Bruno Fu- John Graham of Texas. He is the Lynnway. of 1940. For many years, she cissus Room. In lieu of flow- also survived by many nieces He was the beloved husband neral Home, Revere. Burial worked for the Somerville ers, remembrances may be and nephews. Mr. King was of the late Ann A. (Bisegna); was in Holy Cross Cemetery. Hospital as a Patients’ Advo- made to: St Jude Children’s predeceased by one brother, devoted father of Ellen Mu- For guest book, please visit cate and Adjucator. She was Research Hospital, P.O. Box George G. King. nick and her husband, Dana a long time member of the 1000, Dept. 142, Memphis, His funeral service will be and Victor Pierni and his wife, Guild at the Italian Home for TN. 38148-0142. Arrange- JOSEPH held in the Woodlawn Cha- Veronica, all of Andover; Children in Jamaica Plain. ments in the care of Vertuccio pel, 302 Elm St., Everett on dear brother of Albert Pierni Mr. and Mrs. McFarland & Smith Home for Funerals, MEOLI Thursday, January 24 at 11 and Jeanette LeDonne, both lived in Somerville for most 773 Broadway (Route 107) a.m. Relatives and friends of Revere and the late Rose of their lives until coming to Revere –www.vertuccioand- are invited. Burial will be in Parisi, Caroline Cella, Teddy, Birthday Remembrance Revere 15 years ago in 1998. Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett. 1/25/1948 In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to Birthday Remembrance Northeast Animal Shelter, 347 January 24, 1920 January 24, 2013 In Loving Memory Katherine J.Bright Highland Ave., Salem, MA 01970. SALVATORE Arrangements are by Bis- bee-Porcella Funeral Home, TUZZALINO Saugus. For condolences, Someday I’ll wish upon a star And wake up where the clouds are far Behind me. Where troubles melt like lemon drops Time has gone, but not Away above the chimney tops a day goes by without remembering and missing you. January 25, 2006 - January 25, 2013 Flowers Say What Words You are thought of You Live Forever In Our Hearts Love & especially today! Sadly Missed, Your Family Can’t Always Express. Happy Birthday Joe I Love You And Miss You Our Love Forever Very Much Lee, Nicole, Aiden, In Loving Memory of Love ~ Caleigh and Your Daughter Nadine Family Sgt. Peter J. 245 Revere Street, Revere, MA Papasodora (located directly across from St. Anthony’s Church) January 25, 2008 ~ 2013 Phone: 781-629-1056 “Free Delivery To All Local Funeral Homes” Most loving God, you know the pain and sorrow of death. Mercifully hear our prayer for those who mourn the death Do your loveD ones of their beloved. know your wishes? The nights are lonely and the days are too long. Comfort them and bring an end to the days of tears. 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  • 11. Wednesday, January 23, 2013 The Revere Journal Page 11 obituaries Thomas Murphy Jr. Aida Bartolomeo Frank Puopolo Real Estate Broker and Longtime Member of Of East Boston Former Revere Planning Board Member Revere Council K of C Aida (Zerola) Bartolomeo grandmother of Melissa and Frank Puopolo, a lifelong Murano and is also survived of East Boston died on Janu- Ronald Caldarelli, Jake and resident of Revere, died at by many loving nieces and Thomas J. Murphy, Jr. of ry on Sunday, January 20.) He ary 16. Tina Marie Bartolomeo; great home on January 21. He was nephews. Lynnfield, for- was the devoted father of Joan She was the loving mother grandmother of Dylan and 82 years old. His Funeral will be held merly of Revere, M. Marks and her husband, of Bernice Caldarelli and Zoe Caldarelli and is also sur- A graduate of Revere High from the Paul Buonfiglio & died on Janu- Peter W. of Winthrop, Anne her husband, Ronald of Re- vived by many loving nieces School, he was a former Pro- Sons-Bruno Funeral Home, ary 17 at Golden M. Russell of West Peabody vere and Robert Bartolomeo and nephews. duce Manager for Stop & 128 Revere St., Revere on Living-Elmhurst and Thomas J. Murphy, III of and his wife, Christine of Funeral arrangements were Shop and a former Planning Thursday January 24 at 9:30 following a long Natick and the late Karen M. Peabody; dear sister of Vir- by Vazza’s “Beechwood” Fu- Board member for the City of a.m. followed by a Funeralillness. He was 92 years old. Zappala; cherished grandfa- ginia Gatti of Saugus and the neral Home, Revere. Burial Revere. Mass in St Anthony’s Church Born and raised in Somer- ther to: Meredith Cooke and late Frank, Bruno, Charles, was in Puritan Lawn Ceme- He was the beloved hus- at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers,ville, he was a 1938 graduate her husband, James Cooke, Muffy Zerola, Millie Covino tery, Peabody. For guest book: band of the late Eleanor (Ce- donations may be made inof Somerville High School. Jonathan and Ashley Marks, and Anna Mulone; cherished sareo)  who passed on January Frank’s memory to All CareHe also attended Boston Uni- all of Winthrop, Kevin Rus- 3; devoted brother of the late Hospice, 16 City Hall Squareversity. Mr. Murphy joined sell of Stoneham, Matt Russellthe US Navy in September of of Los Angeles, California, Robert Yett Anna Blasi, Anthony Puo- polo, Joseph Puopolo, Mary Lynn MA 01901. Entombment will be in Holy Cross Mauso-1942 and served until March Shannon Russell of Reading, Master Mason; Gifted Athlete; Member of Gulla-King, Vinci Zabroski, leum. For guest book pleaseof 1946. Brittany Zappala-Acciavatti Connie DeCillis, Rocco Puo- visit Most of his working ca- and her husband, Thomas Temple B’nai Israel of Beachmont polo, Nellie Perullo and Edithreer was spent with the Army and Miss Alex Zappala, all ofCorps of Engineers, as a Prop- Lynnfield and Coleman Mur- Robert J. Yett of Revere Burlingtonerty Manager. He held a Mass.Real Estate Broker’s License phy of Paris, France. He was the brother of the late Rita entered into rest on January 16. and the brother of senior newsand worked within the indus- Zappelli and is also lovingly He was 87 years the late Rossetti Cowan Senior Centertry for more than 20 years. He survived by many nieces and old. Temaly 25 Winthrop Ave.was a principal in the firm of nephews, grand nieces and From an early Yett Ja-“Mallard, Moriarty & Mur- grand nephews. age, Bob was a cobs of At- Chair Massagephy” of the North Shore and Family and friends are in- gifted athlete. He lanta, GA. Therapeutic Massage can relax tense Muscles due toworked until his late seven- vited to attend his funeral from skied, played golf and tennis He is also overwork or stress. It can also improve the blood supply toties. the Vertuccio & Smith Home and was a Vermont state ping survived tissues, improve energy and alertness and relieve stress and The family lived in Revere for Funerals, 773 Broadway, pong champion. He also loved by his sis- anxietyfor more than 50 years and Revere today, Wednesday, fishing. Modest and humble, ter-in-law Renee Currie and On Monday February 11, Barbara MacDonald [Certifiedmoved to Lynnfield in 1996. January 23 at 9 a.m. followed Bob never bragged about his nephew Richard Currie and and Licensed massage Therapist] will be offering 10 to 15He was a long time member of by a Funeral Mass in Our Lady five holes-in-one. An avid was predeceased by his neph- minute chair massage at the Rossetti-Cowan Senior Centerthe Revere Council, Knights of the Assumption Church, golfer, Bob was a long time ew the late Robert Currie. from 10:a.m to noon, the cost is $ 5.00 per session and al-of Columbus #179 and the Lynnfield at 10 a.m. Burial member of Kernwood Coun- Bob will be remembered try Club. During World War and missed by his many won- though walk-in will be serviced it is advisable to call for aLynnfield seniors. Both he will be in Forest Hill Cem- Reservation at 781-286-8156and his wife were devotees of etery of Lynnfield. In lieu of II, Bob served with General derful friends and business as-Our Lady of the Assumption flowers, remembrances may Pattons troops in Europe. sociates.Church, Lynnfield and were be made to the New England He was a member of Tem- Services were held in the Monthly Podiatry Clinicboth Eucharistic Ministers at Shelter for Homeless Veter- ple BNai Israel of Beach- Torf Funeral Chapel, Chel- Dr. David Kaplan will be at the Rossetti-Cowan Seniorthe church. ans, 17 Court Street, Boston, mont-Revere and a Master sea. Burial in the Rabbi Issac Center on Wednesday, February 6, 2013 from 9:00-11:00 He was the beloved and MA 02108. www.vertuccio- Mason from the lodge in West Elchonon Cemetery, Everett. a.m.faithful husband of 62 years to Rutland, Vermont. In lieu of flowers, donations Only Routine Foot Care [including cutting of toenails andCatherine F. (Countie) – (the He leaves behind his be- may be made to Massachu- trimming of Calluses] will be offered. Referrals to othercouple would have celebrated loved wife of 44 years, Laur- setts General Hospital, c/o Specialists will be made if necessary for more complicatedtheir 62nd wedding anniversa- lalee (Goldstein) Yett. Dr. Allan Goroll, Mass Gen- problems. Services will be a discounted fee of $20.00 per Born in Burlington, VT, he eral Development Office, 165 has been a resident of Revere Cambridge Street, Suite 600, visit. Hmo plans, Medicaid and Medicare will not be Free Anna Pennino for many years and was the Boston, MA 02114. For more Of Saugus loving son of the late Benjamin information: www.torffuner- Hearing Program and Ethel (Haberman) Yett of Free, Frequency Test and Case history Analysis, as well as Anna (Sicari) Pennino of Sicari, Violanda Sicari, Car- cleaning are available at the Rossetti/Cowan Senior Center ,Saugus died on January 20. mela Fontana and Giovanna Joseph Gillen 25 Winthrop Ave. for Elderly ResidentsShe was 72 years old. Pizzo. She is also survived by The next Hearing date will be Friday February 15, 2013 A stitcher, born in Italy, she many loving nieces and neph- Boston Globe Retiree from 9:15 a.m to 11:00 a.m. Appointments are suggested butwas the beloved wife of Colo- ews. Joseph F. Gillen of Revere tiful and faithful wife of 63 walk-ins will be serviced if time allowsgero Pennino of Saugus; dear Her Funeral will be held died on January 15 at Mt. Au- years, Kathryn M. (Fogarty)sister of Domenica Sicari and from the Paul Buonfiglio & burn Hospital in Gillan. He was the devotedGiuseppi Sicari, both of Italy, Sons~Bruno Funeral Home, Cambridge fol- father of Barbara J. (Gillen) Monthly Geriatric ProgramTony Sicari of Tewksbury, 128 Revere St., Revere on lowing a brief ill- Gillham and her husband, Pat- Blood Pressure Check-ups and individual ConferencesGiatano Sicari of Boston, Ma- Friday, January 25 at 9 a.m. ness. He was 87 rick T. Gillham of Sherman The next session will be held on Friday Feb. 1 and Fridayria Rosa Valariano of Somer- followed by a Funeral Mass years old. Oaks, California, Steven J. Feb.15 12:30 to 1:30ville and the late Domenico in St. Anthony’s Church at 10 Born and Gillen of Revere and Mark S. a.m. Relatives and friends are raised in Revere, he was a Gillen and his wife, Marie of Weekly Movies on Wednesdays for January kindly invited to attend. Visit- 1943 graduate of Revere High Peabody; the cherished grand- ing hours are Thursday from Movies start at 12:30 with Light refreshments served School. He entered the US father of Patrick J. and Kelsey 4 to 8 p.m. Burial will be in January 23….Moonrise Kingdom Navy immediately following M. Gillham, both of Sherman Woodlawn Cemetery. In lieu January 30…The Perks of Being a Wallflower graduation in July of 1943 Oaks, California, Christopher of flowers, please make dona- and served until February of J. and Alycia E. Gillen, both tions to the charity of one’s 1946 as a Gunner’s Mate-3rd of Peabody; dear brother of Lunch Menu - January 23, thru January 31 choice. For guestbook please Class. Ella Gouveia of Revere and Wednesday January 23 visit: For all of his working ca- the late Mary Bishop, Fran- Macaroni & Cheese Casserole, Stewed Tomatoes, Wheat reer, he was immersed within ces Flynn, Catherine Sullivan, Bread, Mandarin Oranges Milk, Coffee, or Tea Birthday Remembrance the newspaper industry. He Margaret Gillen, John and Thursday January 24 Sgt. Joe Meoli worked at the Daily Lynn Post Martin Gillen. He is also lov- Pastrami on Roll w/Mustard Pot Salad, Minestrone, Lem- and the moved on to the Bos- ingly survived by the Fogarty on Pudding, Milk, Coffee, or Tea January 25th ton Herald and finally to the Family and by many nieces, Friday January 25 Boston Globe. He retired from nephews, grand nieces and Shrimp Poppers w/ Tarter Sauce/ Potato Puffs, the Boston Globe in 1988 af- grand nephews. Mixed Veggies, Wheat Bread, Pineapple, Milk, Coffee, or ter 25 years of service as a Funeral arrangements were pressman. entrusted to the Vertuccio & Tea He was a member of the Smith Home for Funerals of Monday January 28 Printers & Pressman’s Union, Revere. Burial was in Wood- Spaghetti & Meatballs, Garden Salad, Italian Dressing, #3 and an Honorary Life lawn Cemetery, Everett. Re- French Roll, Banana Pudding, Milk, Coffee or Tea, In Loving Memory Of Member of the Graphic Com- membrances may be made to Tuesday January 29 Shepherd Pie w/ Gravy [Hamburger- Corn-Pot] Wheat Marsha Couch munications Union. International the Alzheimers’ Association, 311 Arsenal Street, Watert- Bread, Apricots, Milk, Coffee, or Tea First Anniversary Forever In Our Hearts On May 2, 2012, Joseph won, MA 02472. www.vertuc- Wednesday January 30 Jan. 26, 2012-Jan. 26, 2013 Love, suffered the loss of his beau- Italian Sausage, w/Peppers &Onion Roasted Potatoes, Tina, Gene, Kelli French roll, Sherbert , Milk, Coffee, or Tea McKenna & Family Nicholas Carangelo Thursday January 31 Parmesian Crusted Chicken, Wild Rice Blend, Tuscan Of Revere, formerly of East Boston Veggies, Wheat Bread Tropical Fruit, Milk, Coffee or Tea Please Recycle Nicholas G. Carangelo of husband, Peter of East Boston. Revere, formerly of East Bos- He was the dear brother of Do- Senior Center Storm Closing ton, died on January 16. menic Carangelo and his wife, In Order to avoid any Confusion as to the Rossetti/Cowan In Loving Memory Nicholas served his coun- JoAnn of Melrose, Carmella Senior Center being open or closed during inclement weath- First Anniversary try honorably as a US Marine Traniello and her husband, er, Please Note the Following Procedure. January 23rd during the Ko- John of Medford and the late As in the past, the Center will be closed whenever Public rean Conflict. James Carangelo; brother in Schools are cancelled due to inclement weather. However, I thought of you with He was the law of Michael Cataruolo and if schools are operative or for some reason not in session and love today beloved husband his wife, Patricia of Water- the weather is still creating a problem, call 781-286-8156 for But that is nothing new of Elena (Cata- town; cherished grandfather an update. I thought about ruolo) Carangelo of Jared, Nicholas, Ashley, JJ, you yesterday with whom he John, Alycia, Olivia, Taylor And days before that too. shared 30 years of marriage; and Nick. He is also survived I think of you in silence I often speak your name All I have are memories Ella Marino Those we love don’t go loving father of Gregory Ca- by many loving nieces and rangelo and his wife, Maria of nephews. Revere, Sabrina Colombo and Funeral arrangements were OBITUARIES And your picture in a frame. away, They walk beside her husband, James of Pea- by Vazza’s “Beechwood” Fu- The Independent Newspaper Your memory is us everyday. body, Nicholas Carangelo of neral Home, Revere. Burial Group accepts obituaries my keepsake Unseen , Unheard, but Maine, Pamela Corrado and was in Woodlawn Cemetery, With which I’ll never part. Always Near. her husband, Joe of Winthrop Everett. 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  • 12. Page 12 The Revere Journal Wednesday, January 23, 2013 The Revere High School Patriot Gazette Vol. II Issue IV January 2013MUSIC PROGRAMS ON THE RISE AT RHSWinter Festival and Rock Ensemble signal a resurgence of the performing arts for studentsBy Brittani Napoli | Editor - - - - - - - March 14. soon. BY THE KIDS, FOR THE KIDS RHS students read stories at Lincoln SchoolBy Victoria Guarino | Editor - - - Photo by: Cynthia Febo - - - - - -By Maria Zahir | Editor - - - -popular- - -This seems Kane DiMasso-Scott | Editor - - VisitThese con- If you or follow us on Twitter @RHSGazetteNews for results and a review of the second annual - RHS Poetry Out Loud competition as well as a recap of the The Patriot Gazette. 2nd Annual Multicultural Night! Cyan Magenta Yellow Black
  • 13. Wednesday, January 23, 2013 The Revere Journal Page 13 Sports Revere High Sports Roundup RHS girls track runs past squad will compete at the StateSalem Coaches Invitational Saturday with the NEC All-Conference The Revere High girls in- Meet set for next Thursday,door track team rolled to a January 31.57-24 win over Salem lastMonday at the Merullo Field- Boys basketball team re-house. bounds, beats Marblehead The Lady Patriots capturedfirst place in six of the nine The Revere High boys bas-events and added second place ketball team bounced backfinishes in seven events to sew from a tough loss to Winthropup the victory. last Tuesday to come away First place finishers for Re- with a well-earned 49-39 vic-vere were: Janice DeStefano tory at Marblehead Friday.with a shotput toss of 30-5; The Patriots received aLindsay Gurska in the 50 yard well-balanced scoring at-hurdles in a time of 8.1; Al- tack in the Marblehead tri-anna Pasco with a clocking umph with three Patriots,of 1:58.5 in the 600; Danielle Dom Boyce, Tom Sor, andFortuna in the 1000 in 3:43; Mike Ciambelli, all reachingHayley Mangino in the mile in double figures with 10 points.6:39; and Nikki Nelson with a Geo Gomez tingled the twinetwo mile run in 12:49. for nine points. Patriot Doug Earning three points for the Zingali added four points andRevere scoresheet with sec- teammates Mike Dreeszenond place efforts were: Mag- and Ravi Ryland hit for threegie DiPlatzi with a leap in the points each. Although he did Members of the Revere Middle School boys basketball team are Mass Joof, Lucca Barboza, Anthony Destafano, Scott Montefusco,high jump in 4-2 and with a not figure into the scoring col- Gianni Hill, Eddie Sullivan, Brendan Sullivan, Vincent DeGregorio, John DiGregorio, Derek Reyenger, Joshua Ivory, Gerald Charles,two mile run of 14:18; Bren- umn, junior guard Jason Sei- Marcus Brunson-Perez, Christian Palacios, James Meritt and Coach Chris Miller Middle School girls hoop team remain undefeatedda Rudecindo in the hurdles in gal made a major contribution8.5; Raychel Adreani in the 50 with some deft passing thatyard dash with a sprint of 6.8; picked apart the MarbleheadComfort Toglan in the 300 in 1-3-1 zone defense. The Revere Middle School apiece. Tia Fichera, Gabby ahead 15-14 midway through 2-2 Marblehead boys and the46.8; Cristina Martinez in the The Pats led all the way (23- girls basketball team remained Rotondo, and Emily Wykes the quarter. However, Revere 1-3 Pats squared off, Revere1000 in 3:43.3; and Taylor 14 at the half and 34-29 after undefeated with a pair of wins each contributed two points. rebounded to take a 17-15 lead came out running on offenseO’Neil in the mile in 6:40. three frames), but they never this week, defeating a big and Two days later the Lady at the third buzzer. and clamped down with a suf- Adding single points for the could quite shake free for fast Pickering Middle School Patriots hosted Marblehead at Neither team scored a field focating defense en route toLady Patriot cause with third some breathing room against (Lynn) squad and then taking the SBA gym in battle of un- goal in the final period, but a 14-6 advantage at the endplace performances were: a pesky and scrappy Marble- the measure of Marblehead. beatens. Though Revere had Revere managed to connect of the first quarter. The sec-Noelle Galli with a throw of head squad. In Wednesday’s encounter been averaging 50 points per on six free throws (to Marble- ond period proved more of22-13 in the shot; Noelle Mac- A big key in the victory for with Pickering, Coach Pal- game through their first four head’s three) to escape with a the same, as Brendan HayesDonald in the hurdles in 8.6, the Pats, especially down the ermo’s Junior Lady Patriots contests, the visiting Lady 23-17 win to improve to 5-0. scored seven of his game-highwhich completed a Revere stretch, was their free throw clamped on their vaunted half- Magicians were not intimidat- Valentina Pepic scored sev- 10 points to pace Revere to asweep in that event; Angeli shooting. The Revere crew court pressure defense. The ed in the least and proved to be en in the victory, followed by 27-16 lead at the half in whichBuenaventura in the 50 dash sank 19-of-23 from the charity tactic overwhelmed Pickering more than a formidable oppo- Emily DiGiulio and Victoria nine Revere players got intoin 7.0; Fiona Kerthi in the 600 stripe on the night, compared and allowed Revere to race nent for the Revere quintet. Puopolo who both had four. the scoring column.dash in 2:04.1; and Immacu- to just 3-of-12 for Marble- to a 24-2 advantage after one The well-coached Marble- Emily Wykes was up next with However, the Revere of-late Langat in the mile in 7:07, head. period. head squad came out in a three and Vanessa Puopolo fense stalled after the inter-which also completed a Lady “We’ve preached that de- Though Palermo pulled tight, man-to-man defense that and Meghan Gotham each had mission, putting up just sixPatriot sweep. fense and foul shooting are back his defense and substi- neutralized the home team’s two. Marina Robinson round- points on the board in the third “It was a great team win,” what win basketball games,” tuted liberally in the second six-foot forwards, Pepic and ed out the Revere scoring with frame, to allow the visitingsaid RHS girls head coach said RHS head coach Rick frame, Pickering still proved Gotham, with a set of six-foot a free throw. Magicians to get back into theSam Ros. “ This meet could Hayes, who noted that the win unable to penetrate Revere’s twins of their own. Revere’s The girls’ next encounter game. By the midpoint of thehave been a lot closer than the was a huge one for his team, active 2-3 zone. By the inter- offense uncharacteristically was set for yesterday (Tues- fourth stanza, Marblehead hadfinal score. Our girls showed which moved one step closer mission, the contest was all stalled to the point that the day) against perennially tough cut Revere’s once seemingly-up ready to battle and they put to qualifying for the state tour- but over, with the scoreboard Lady Patriots held a slim 6-5 Marshall (Lynn) Middle insurmountable lead to fourin an excellent effort.” ney and now stands at 7-5 on showing Revere with a com- edge after one period. School. The team was in for a with four minutes to go. How- The Lady Patriots took on the season. “We knew what we manding 40-4 lead. The defenses for both teams rare treat by getting the chance ever, the home team survivedPeabody this past Monday and had to do and we went out and For the fourth consecutive continued to dominate the ac- to play on the varsity floor at their opponent’s furious rushcame out on the short end of did the job,” said Hayes. game, every Revere girl saw tion in the second frame, with Revere High School. by hitting 6-of-9 free throwsthe decision (full results of that The Marblehead contest significant playing time, and the Lady Patriots moving out down the stretch to hold on formeet will be in next week’s took on added importance in the wake of the 61-57 loss to for the third time, every play- to only a slightly larger 13-9 Middle School boys top the victory.Journal). The Revere girls er on the roster scored (except halftime lead, by far the clos- Hayes led all scorers withnow stand at 3-2 in the NEC Winthrop a few nights before Meghan Gotham who was est any opponent has been that Marblehead, 40-35 10. Anthony DeStefano wasLarge Schools Division, plac- at the Merullo Fieldhouse. home with the flu). Though Re- deep in a game against Revere next with six followed by Vining them in third place. The The Patriots were the heavy vere continued to play a loose in three years. The Revere Middle School DeGregorio with five. Round-team’s overall record is now favorite coming into the con- zone defense, Pickering was The Lady Patriots’ offense boys basketball team earned ing out the scoring were Ger-3-3 with one dual meet left test against a 1-7 Winthrop unable to mount anything on continued to prove ineffec- a well-deserved 40-35 victory ald Charles, John DiGregorio,against Saugus on February 6. squad, but as all long-time Re- offense and after three frames, tive into the third period and over Marblehead at the SBA and Derek Reyenger with fourA win will give the Lady Pa- vere fans know, a Winthrop- the score stood at 46-6. Marblehead actually went gym Friday afternoon.triots a winning season for the Revere encounter in any sport Palermo then played his From the moment that the See MIDDLE SCHOOL Page 17first time in four years. five smallest girls (Jenna Members of the Revere Please see SPORTS, Page 17 Wells, Gabriella Rotondo, Marina Robinson, Elizabeth Lake, and Emily DiGiulio) throughout the entire fourth quarter. The quintet outplayed their much bigger opponents, displaying great fundamental skills, crisp pinpoint passing, and deft ballhandling, to put the finishing touches on a 59- 10 victory. Valentina Pepic once again led the way with 12 points fol- lowed by Victoria Puopolo and Marina Robinson who logged in with seven each. 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  • 14. Page 14 The Revere Journal Wedensday, January 23, 2013 RHS Football-Chearleader Banquet JENN CIMINO PHHOTOSThe Senior Football players present the Cheering Team with a rose Andrew Coots, Kyle Gotham, Mickey “Say No to Drugs” Casoli, Coach Lou Cicatelli, Joe Ritchie and Christian Mojica Coach Lou Cicatelli presents Kyle Gotham with the George Fabiano Coach Lou Cicatelli and Mickey “Say No to Drugs” Casoli with Presidents Laura Adreani and Lisa Nutt Memorial Award Academic Awards recipients who have had a GPA of 3.0 or higherCoach Lou Cicatelli and Coach Vin Gregorio present Joe Ritchie with the Coach Lou Cicatelli and Coach Vin Gregorio present Omar Morales with the DefensiveOffensive Player of the Year Award Player of the Year Award Black
  • 15. Wednesday, January 23, 2013 THE REVERE JOURNAL Page 15 RHS Football-Chearleader Banquet JENN CIMINO PHOTOSSchool Committee Members Fred Sannella & Michael Ferrante, Council- Coach Lou Cicatelli presents cheering coach,lor-At-Large Bob Haas,Council President Ira Novoselsky, School Committee Julianne Esposito with a check for the girlsMember Donna Wood Pruitt and Coach Lou Cicatelli with captains Kyle to put towards their trip to nationals in The Sophomores receive their gifts.Gotham, Andrew Coots, Joe Ritchie and Christian Mojica. March. Lou Cicatelli with All Stars, Joe Ritchie, Tommy Portrait, Kyle Gotham and Omar Morales. OIL and “If we advertise it, FILTER CHANGE we’ll have it when 29.95 $ you get here. Only It’s easy. It’s honest SERVICE Includes Free Multi Point Vehicle Inspection Plus external Car Wash (outside only) and it’s guaranteed.”The Juniors receive their lettermen jackets. 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  • 16. Page 16 The Revere Journal Wednesday, January 23, 2013 VANESSA ARDAGNA SCHOLARSHIP FUNDRAISER ASHLEY FALCUCCI Meredith Stavrinos, Jose Lopez, Moe Amora, Steve Falcucci, Richie Cincotti,Jose Escobar and Danielle Gulizia Leslie Dow, Ashley Falcucci, Danielle DiBella, Annie Diflumeri Reggie Royster,Chris Porazzo, Charlie Perulllo, Haley Hanton, Tyler Stuart, Kristina Russo, Jose Escobar, Nicole Maria Ardagna and D’Eramo familyPerullo and Jeff Williams Reggie Royster, Jenn Malin, Gina Leone, Joe Cassielo Matt Digiantommaso, Alicia Januario, Kristen Cincotti, Corie BianciAlicia Januario Chris Campbell with Katelyn, Jim, Barbara, Chris and John D’Eramo Alicia Januario and James DiSabatino of Roxys Grilled CheeseDanielle Gulizia Matt Digiantommaso, Alicia Januario, Antony Smith, Jose Escobar, Jared Ben Denardo, Rich Cincotti, Jess Falzone, Meredith Stavrinos and Brendan O’Brien, Lou D’FreakoDJ Catman and his MC Steve Bagnera Lisa Feeley, Jenn Milan, Cristina Meriano, Gina Leone, Danielle Gulizia, Marissa Cavahllo, Debi Gulizia, Andrea Meriano, Alex Demat-Jill Ippolito, Lauren Maloney, Jess Gulizia tia, Lauren Kulakowski, Alicia Januario Black
  • 17. Wednesday, January 23, 2013 The Revere Journal Page 17Sports/ CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13 / always seems to spring tory over Salem last Monday. things,” said Ciccarello, “butsome surprises and this one The Patriots claimed first place the degree of intensity andproved no exception from the in seven of the nine events and energy that the team brings tooutset. also captured the mile relay, every game has to be brought In addition, the encounter which totaled 40 points and to the next level. We’re shoot-had added significance for all but clinched the meet. ing ourselves in the foot bymany of the Revere players. Revere boys who topped taking costly penalties at keyThe new Winthrop head coach, the field were: Omar Morales junctures.”Mike DiMarino, is a teacher in with a heave of 47-6 in the In a 2-1 loss to Somervillethe Revere school system and shotput; Karim Sahila in the last Wednesday, a goal byhad many of the Patriots as 50 yard hurdles in 6.9; Younes Steve Noel tied the game atstudents in their early years. Hartout in the 50 yard dash 1-1 in the second period. The Winthrop jumped out to in 5.7; Bobby Rose in the 30 contest remained deadlockedan early lead and contin- dash in 38.2; Zack Primo in until two minutes remained inued to build their advantage the 600 in 1:33.7; Kristi Nushi the third frame when the refsthroughout the first half, with in the mile in 5:08; and John whistled a Revere player for athe Vikings, who were smaller DelloRusso in the two mile penalty. Somerville took fullbut quicker than the Patriots, with a run of 11:16. advantage of the opportunity,eventually opening up a 39-21 Second place finishers for scoring the game-decidingbulge with 45 seconds to play Revere also were plentiful: tally with abt 1:20 to the half. Joey Ritchie in the 50 dash in A few days later in the en- From left: Captains Andrew Coots and Kyle Gotham thanks Parent Club Presidents Lisa Nutt and That’s when a fire alarm 6.8; Kyle Gotham in the 600 counter with Saugus, the Pa- Laura Adreani at the annual Football Banquet last Sunday.sounded, forcing the evacu- in 1:36.5; Rawlings Toglan in triots overcame an early 2-0ation of the fieldhouse. Win- the 1000 in 2:57.9; William deficit with two goals in thethrop returned undaunted and Troung in the mile in 5:16; middle period. Joe Ristino Local students making school newssank a bucket before the half and Wilmer Cruz in the two and Brandon Mastropietro litended and Revere left the floor mile in 11:45. the lamp for Revere. Begolli named to olas Holmes, son of Mr. and Cohen, Shaina Marie Points for third place efforts However, a Revere pen- Mrs. Stephen Holmes. Comeau, Erin Katherine(this time for the locker room) came from: Jeff Simbert with alty at the start of the third Hamilton Collegefacing a 20 point deficit. Commended Students Comeau, Kathleen M However, the Patriots came a shotput toss of 39-5; Johnny period provided Saugus with a Dean’s List placed among the top five Consolo, Lynda Leeout fast and furious after the Lopes in the 300 in 38.9; Mo- power play that led to a goal Faton Begolli, son of Latif percent of more than 1.5 mil- DiFabio, Anthony Josephintermission and sliced the hamed Bensadok in the 1000 and Saugus retaking the lead Begolli of Lynn and Sabile lion students who entered the Doherty, Brian RViking lead by more than half, in 3:03; Remberto Perlera at 3-2. Another Saugus tally Begolli of Revere, has been competition by taking the Pre- Down, Peter Royto 49-40, at the third buzzer. in the mile in 5:33; and Sala was offset by a lamplighter by named to the Dean’s List at liminary SAT/National Merit Ferrante, Margaret AntoniaDreeszen (a trio of treys) and Barhoum in the two mile in Mastropietro to make it a 4-3 Hamilton College for the 2012 Scholarship Qualifying Test Giannino, Jessica AnnRyland (a pair of three point- 11:58. contest. fall semester. (PSAT/NMSQT).  Commend- Grasso, Robertoers) rained down some long The Patriots were sched- But another Revere penalty To be named to the Dean’s ed Students throughout the Gregorio, Bianca Mdistance bombs on the visi- uled to meet Peabody this past and ensuing Saugus power List, a student must have car- nation are being recognized ried throughout the semester Guevara, Sescimay Gtors to make quick work of the Monday on the holiday. play halted the Patriots’ mo- for their exceptional academic Jackson, Carladouble digit Winthrop lead. mentum and paved the way a course load of four or more promise.   graded credits with an average Kelley, Joseph Michael Revere continued to main- Hockey team plays well for a Saugus insurance goal of 3.5 or above. “The young men named Kyando, Morinetain its momentum into the for the 5-3 final score. Commended Students have in two losses “When we play 5-on-5 we Begolli, a senior majoring demonstrated outstanding aca- Lam, Elizabethfourth period and moved out Leone, Antonellato a 55-51 advantage with Although the Revere High do fine,” said Ciccarello. “But in economics, is a graduate of demic potential by their strong Revere High School. Logue, Charlene Aabout two minutes to play. But hockey team battled well we have to learn to cut down performance in this nationally Hamilton College (Clinton, Lopez, Paula Andreathat’s when Winthrop sopho- against its two opponents this on the mistakes and ill-ad- competitive program,” said NY) is a highly selective resi- Maldonado, Danielamore Jake Chiudina, who had past week, Somerville and vised penalties that are prov- Edward C. Tyrrell, Malden dential college offering a rig- Maniscalco, Matthewnot scored a basket all game, Saugus, RHS head coach Joe ing so costly.” Catholic Headmaster. “This The Patriots will be back in orous liberal arts curriculum. Mastropietro, Christopherstepped up and first drained a Ciccarello said he needs his recognition is well-deserved, action tonight (Wednesday) at Students are challenged to McDonald, Courtney Ritathree pointer and then stole the team to play with more inten- and we know that these stu- sity if they are to become suc- Lowell and will host Beverly think, write and speak critical- Medrano, Rosa Melissaball and went in for a layup, dents will continue to diligent- cessful. Saturday at Cronin at 5:10. ly, creatively and analytically, ly pursue their educational Melanson, Lauren Annturning the game around com- Miller, Brian Rpletely within a span of a few “We’re doing a lot of good so that upon graduation they goals and make their parents may distinguish themselves and communities proud.” Nguyen, Thanh Thi Thuyseconds and giving Winthrop Middle School/ CONTINUED FROM PAGE 13 / in both their professions and O’Brien, Charles Edwarda 56-55 lead. their communities. O’Toole, Caitlin Elizabeth The teams exchanged bas- Salem State University Pagliuca, Lauren Mariekets after that, leaving matters points each; Eddie Sullivan the fourth period. Fall 2012 Dean’s Listat 59-57 in Winthrop’s favor with three; and Christian Pala- Locals on Fenwick Philemond, Jhenny Though the Patriots looked The following Revere stu- Polito, Jenniferwith about 18 seconds to play. cios and Mass Joof with two like they were finished, the Honor Roll dents have been named to the Rijal, SujanHayes set up a nice play for apiece. The following students Deans List at Salem Statethe tying basket, but the Pa- gutsy crew mounted one last Rozo, Cortes,Lesly S Two days earlier, the Mid- have been named to the honor Collegetriot attempt hit off the rim. run, cutting deep into Picker- Salemi, Jennifer D dle School boys took on Pick- roll at Bishop Fenwick High Aloisi, Christina MWinthrop got the rebound and Sayers, Regina-Marie ering (Lynn) Middle School. ing’s lead and getting as close School Antidormi, Andrea Janinemade two free throws to seal Sclafani, Eric Thomas From the outset, the contest as four (56-52) with 2:10 left Honors Atitebi, Oluyemisithe triumph. Tarentino, Ashley Marie was a fast, up-and-down af- in the game. Though Coach Principal’s List Awah, Philemon Ngeh “You can’t give your op- Seniors Trovato, Michael David fair in which both teams took Miller’s crew ended up on the Bagnera, Jacquelineponent a 20 point lead, but we Elizabeth Marashi Cabel, Maria Elenanever gave up and fought right turns making runs at the other wrong end of a 59-52 deci- Local students on Jonathan Morton Callahan, April Mto the end,” said Hayes, who in the style of boxers who are sion, they never quit and kept punching and counterpunch- Freshmen Campagnone, Joanna M Honor Roll at SeaCoastnoted that his team committed playing hard right to the final Ali Marashi17 turnovers in the first half. ing their opponent. Melissa Mejia Cann, John William High School Lynn came out fast and furi- buzzer. Capobianco, Jaclyn First Quarter Honor Roll“They had more speed than First Honors Caraballo, Azucena ous and moved out to an early The scoring was spread out •Josh Brownus, but we did the job off the Senior Carangelo, Alyciaboards and had more than our 18-2 advantage. However the among seven players with Ger- •Priscilla Carrino Giorgio DiCostanzo, Jr. Carrabino, JennaRoseshare of second chances un- Junior Patriots refused to fold ald Charles leading the way •Guadalupe Castaneda and ran off the next 12 points Chipman, Cynthia L •Gerard Sorichettiderneath. We simply missed with 17. Vin DeGregorio wastoo many of our ‘bunnies’ and to close the gap to 20-12 at the Holmes named as next with 10 and John DiGre-in the end, that is what killed end of the first period. gorio had a well-earned nine. Commended Student Friendship Clubus.” Coach Miller’s crew main- Malden Catholic High The quartet of Eddie Sullivan, School announced recently Hayes and his crew begin a tained their momentum intostretch of four straight homes the second frame and trimmed Brendan Hayes, Christian Pa- that two seniors, one fromgames: They host Chelsea to- Pickering’s lead to 26-23 at lacios, and mighty mite Mar- Revere, have been named asnight (Wednesday); undefeat- the half. Seven Revere players cus Brunson-Perez chipped in Commended Students in theed Danvers Friday; Saugus got into the scoring column to with four points each to round 2013 National Merit Program. Tuesday; and Lynn English pace a balanced Patriot scor- A Letter of Commendation out the score Friday. ing attack. from the school and National Revere, which now stands Merit Scholarship Corpora- However, the momentum at 2-3 on the season, was tion (NMSC), which conductsBoys track team swung back to the Lynn squad scheduled to take on Marshall the program, will be presented after the intermission, as Pick-disposes of Salem ering outscored Revere 19-11 Middle School of Lynn at Re- to these scholastically talented The RHS boys indoor track in the third quarter to take a vere High School yesterday young strolled to a 62-24 vic- double digit lead of 45-34 into (Tuesday). The Revere student is Nich- The Second Annual Valentine’s Day Disco Ball Saturday, February 16, 2013 from 8pm - 12am Featuring DJ Stevie Ray ~ Win Prizes CDs $10.00 Cover includes Chinese Food Polish Political Club Presents The Casa Lucia The RHS Friendship Club brings students of all abilities together (58 Broadway, Chelsea) and is the brainchild of teacher Matt Nazzaro. It has been 617 Lucia Ave., Revere around a few short years and has received support from Mass www.casaluciarevere.comA Quadruple Headliner Show General and the Little Ricky Foundation - as well as many acco- lades from teachers and parents across the Commonwealth. The Saturday, January 26th Happy Birthday Avery Ana club hopes that more students and teachers throughout Revere will embrace the Friendship Club and bring their enthusiasm and fresh ideas to help and grow with these wonderful stu- $20.00 per person includes: Anthony Cogliandro dents. For more information about the RHS Friendship Club and how you can help, e-mail Matt Nazzarro at mnazzaro@revere. Show/Italian Buffet/D.J./Dancing gave his daughter Avery Students pictured here are Christina, Alex, David, and Ana a Princess Party Ricky. All have been members of the Friendship Club since its inception three years ago. They sell popcorn for $1 at RHS home for her 3rd Birthday on basketball games. Featuring four of Boston’s biggest December 16, 2012. THINK OF IT AS The party was attended AN OWNER’S MANUAL by many family FOR YOUR MONEY. members and friends. The free Consumer Action Handbook. In print and online at, it’s the everyday guide to protecting your hard-earned money. For your free copy, order online at; send your name and address to Handbook, Pueblo, It was held at CO 81009; or call toll-free 1 (888) 8 PUEBLO. Being a smart shopper just got easier. Revere Karate Academy. A public service message from the U.S. General Services Administration.
  • 18. Page 18 The Revere Journal Wedensday, January 23, 2013 Getting Out ‘Other Desert Cities’ BOX OFFICE Two-act dramatic play, written by Jon Robin Baitz, directed by By Sheila Barth though, it’s tough - even for Besides Baitz’s glib, clev- and Karen Perlow’s mood-set- Scott Edmiston, featuring an all-star Equitycast, appearing with them - to determine what’s er script and Director Scott ting lighting ideally establish SpeakEasy Stage Company through Feb. 9, at Boston Center for truth and what’s their percep- Edmiston’s deft command of the play’s ironic, upscale tone.  the Arts’ Wimberly Theatre, Stanford Calderwood Pavilion,527 Professional writers say tion. That, folks, is the crux be- this outstanding Boston star- Even Charles Schoonmak- Tremont St., South End, Boston. Performances: Wednesday,they successfully write about hind Jon Robin Baitz’s multi- studded cast, no small detail is er’s flashy costumes and wigs Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.; Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 4,8 p.m.; Sunday,what they know best or what award-winning, dramatic play, ignored. Set in 2004 at Christ- define each character’s diverse 3 p.m.; also Feb. 5 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 6 at 2 p.m. Tickets starttouches them most deeply. In “Other Desert Cities,” making mastime in the Palm Springs, personality.  Karen MacDon- at $25; discounts for seniors, students, and people 25 years oldfact, writing about their most its dynamic New England pre- Calif., home of a  privileged ald as status-conscious so- and younger. Call 617-933-8600 or visit www.SpeakEasyStage.emotional bugaboos is cathar- miere with SpeakEasy Stage but dysfunctional family, Janie cialite Polly Wyeth reveals com. tic, they’ll add. Oftentimes, Company, through Feb. 9. E. Howland’s handsome set several flaws and strengths as this fashionably-dressed for- with her brother, which her freezing water, killing himself. mer actress, who hobnobs and ‘The Mountaintop’ mother deeply disapproves. Brooke blames her parents for rubs elbows with the likes of Polly is convinced drugs and not supporting Henry. She rec- “Ronnie” and Nancy Reagan, alcohol have ruined Brooke’s ollects how they turned him movie stars, and the Republi- generation, she rants. away. “You lost two children By Sheila Barth happy tonight. I’m not worried can social register. Polly’s less And Brooke’s younger then,” she retorts. about anything. I’m not fearing BOX OFFICE flamboyant but equally famous brother, Trip, (nicely portrayed Brooke spouts additional any man. Mine eyes have seen former actor husband-turned by Christopher Smith), has his inflammatory news -the New One-act, 90-minute play, chairman of the Republican The timing is ideal for Un- the glory of the coming of the written by Katori Hall; pre- own hangups, but he’s hon- Yorker is printing sections ofderground Railway Theater’s Lord.” National Committee, Lyman est about them. He produces a the book before its release in sented by the Underground Wyeth, dresses more conser-production of Memphis-born On April 4, 1968, at 6:01 p.m., trashy, reality court TV show, March. Railway Theater, Central vatively, in button-down shirtsplaywright Katori Hall’s sniper James Earl Ray killed and defends his right to do so. When Polly reads a copyaward-winning, one-act, two- 39-year-old King, as he stood Square Theatre (450 Mass. and cardigans. Munson Hicks Ave., Cambridge), through Then, too, there’s Polly’s Brooke brought with her, sheperson play about Martin (nee’ on the motel’s second-floor bal- is likably soft-spoken as Pol- sister, Silda Grauman, whom begs Brooke not to print it.Michael) Luther King Jr., cony, in front of his room, 306, Feb. 3. Performances: ly’s devoted husband and ami- Nancy E. Carroll portrays with “You don’t know what you’re“The Mountaintop,” appearing to address a small gathering of Wednesday,Thursday, at able, beloved father of daugh- a delicious, sarcastic edge, doing. You don’t know thethrough Feb. 3 at Central Square admirers. Ray snuffed out the 7:30 p.m.; Friday, 8 p.m.; ter Brooke and son Trip. constantly wise-cracking about whole story,” she insists.Theatre in Cambridge. charismatic, peaceful speaker- Saturday, 3,8 p.m.; Sunday, 2 The family thrives on its Polly, “a Jew from Texas who Lyman refuses to read the Besides the national holiday minister, but not his message of p.m. Check for symposiums, diversity. Anne Gottlieb as tries to pretend she’s a goy,” book. He’s heartbroken. Sildacelebrating King on his birth- peace, justice, and equality for talkbacks, Jan. 24, 26,27, Feb. prodigal daughter, Brooke, is she carps. Silda, a recovering admits she was Brooke’s si-day (Jan. 15, but nationally all mankind, regardless of color, 2. Tickets:$15-$50; seniors, captivating. Her troubled per- alcoholic who enjoyed her lent, long-distance informant-observed on the third Monday race, gender, or financial status. groups, students discounts. sona battles her former weak- moments of fame years ago, collaborator and encouragesof January), it’s also the 150th “Who will pick up the baton?” Call 866-811-4111, visit nesses and her determination lives with Polly and Lyman, Brooke to do what she must -anniversary of the Emancipa- King asks. the Box Office, or Central- to regain her strength and in- because she has no resources until Polly spills out the entiretion Proclamation, which King, Hall’s 90-minute play fo-  dividuality by publishing her - only social security.  story, stunning the family andNobel Peace Prize-winning, US cuses on a final conversation highly controversial, tell-all The family hits crisis mode theatergoers, thus changingCivil Rights Movement leader,  between King and a fictitious family memoir. The divorced when Brooke announces she everything. A brief epilogueespoused and treasured. Rushell Smith as sassy, foul- 37-year-old, who moved from pretty chambermaid named wrote a memoir about her in Seattle in 2011 satisfies the Bostonians have their own Camae, who delivers coffee, mouthed maid, Camae, who California years ago to Sag says she does better at cleaning dead brother, Henry, who ending.special reason for celebrating shares her Pall Mall cigarettes, Harbor, NY, to “find herself,” was mixed up with a radical “Other Desert Cities” is aKing. He received his doctorate and flirts with the married father up other people’s messes than and strike out on her own, had her own. Camae isn’t starry- group and blew up a recruit- brilliant drama that leaves no-from Boston University, met of four, whom she banters with suffered  from depression and ment center. Henry was also body unscathed. Don’t missand married his wife, Coretta and calls Preacher King. As the eyed or reverential towards a breakdown. She secretly King. To her, he’s just a man, high on drugs. After his arrest, this superb production.Scott King, a student at New night wanes, the two release pops pills, and smokes a joint he jumped off a bridge intoEngland Conservatory. whose work, like any other man, tension with a pillow fight and Katori Hall’s play focuses tickling.  won’t be finished, she cracks.  A few times, King tells Camae ‘Holiday’on King’s final day on earth, Although Hall’s play wonApril 3-4, 1968, at the tacky the Olivier Award for Best New how pretty she is. “I know,” sheLorraine Motel in Memphis, Play in 2010, and garnered ac- replies confidently.where he stayed, while leading claim in London and on Broad- On Susan Zeeman Rogers’ historic set, located in the cen-a protest supporting 1,300 strik- way, it’s marred, by her humor By Sheila Barth During Johnny’s introduc-ing African-American sanita- and flagrant feminism. She ter, with theatergoers sandwich- ing them in-between, Parent and tory “interview” with Edward, BOX OFFICEtion workers. He also delivered bangs out the message that Johnny explains he was or- Three-act upper class com-his prophetic, powerful speech, King’s only a man, flawed with Smith are oblivious to the audi- Some plays successfully phaned as a teen-ager, but edy of manners, written byincluding this impromptu ex- fallibility, despite his global ence. Demonstrating Camae’s stand the test of time, be- worked menial odd jobs, man- Philip Barry, appearing incerpt: “.... Well, I don’t know fame, charismatic, oratorical uneducated but powerful pro- cause of their classic elements, aged to go to law school andwhat will happen now. We’ve and humanitarian skills. feminist, anti-white oratorical Wellesley Summer Theatre whether it’s unchanging hu- is a lawyer with a well-knowngot some difficult days ahead. skills, Smith draws enthusiastic Company’s production, now I haven’t been to the moun- man nature (think Shake- firm. He has ambition, prom-But it doesn’t matter with me taintop, but I was at the Lorraine applause. “I ain’t your ordinary to Feb. 3, in the college’s Ruth speare) or as a pillar or peek at ise, and business acumen, butnow, because I’ve been to the Motel and several other historic maid,” she brags. Nagel Jones Theatre Alum- an era many of us can’t relate his goal is to quickly amass amountaintop; and I don’t mind. sites where King left an indel- She cajoles, yet comforts nae Hall, Wellesley: Thurs- to, such as the roaring ‘20s. living, then retire for awhile,Like anybody I would like to ible mark. Standing between the King, spiking his coffee with days at 7 p.m.; Fridays, 8 p.m.; Although “Holiday,” Philip so he and Julia can enjoy lifelive a long life. Longevity has second-floor patio where King whiskey, hugging him when Saturdays, 3,8 p.m.; Sundays, Barry’s 1928 three-act, nearly while they’re young. “I’m aits place. But I’m not concerned was murdered and the sniper’s he cringes in fear, clutching his 3 p.m. Tickets:$20;seniors, three-hour comedy of man- queer duck. I don’t want tooabout that now. I just want to do vantage point across the street chest, at Elisheba Ittoop’s loud, students, $10. Reservations ners, takes a jaundiced look much money. I want to live,”God’s will. And He’s showed sent chills down my spine - and stormy thunderclaps. required. Call 781-283-2000 at America’s then-wealthy, he declares. Shocked, Edwardme to go up to the mountain. there’s no humor in that.    Suddenly, the play turns or visit www.wellesleysum- privileged class, the play is calls Johnny’s attitude “unA-And I’ve looked over!   And darker, more spiritual. David Director Megan Sandberg- predictable and dated.  merican”.’ve seen the Promised Land! Zakian overcomes the play’s Roy’s dramatic lighting and Barry, who was wealthy, Julia’s loving sister Linda,I may not get there with you, weaknesses as she superbly John Oluwole ADEkoje’s large, provides a snapshot into his who deplores Daddy’s wealth party into a first-class funeral,”but I want you to know tonight, leads award-winning Boston two-screened blast of time-trav- own privileged world. The and rigid lifestyle, thinks Ned shouts.that we as a people will get to actors Maurice Emmanuel Par- el projections bring “The Moun- play initially was so success- Johnny is swell. “You add life The ending is predictable.the Promised Land.  and I’m ent portraying King and Kami taintop” to a stirring close. ful, it gained additional notori- to this house,” she enthuses; Despite the play’s drawn- ety as a movie starring Katha- while her younger, alcoholic out, sometimes draggy scenes, Crossword Puzzle rine Hepburn and Cary Grant in 1938. Barry also wrote “The brother Ned, who also likes Johnny, shares Linda’s atti- because of its archaic three acts and in-between scenery Philadelphia Story”. tude and is determined to drink changes, Wellesley sopho-ACROSS1 Santa’s transportation In “Holiday,” directed by himself to death. more Angela Bilkic as Linda7 Fence terminus Wellesley Summer Theatre While Julia embraces Ed- and popular Boston actor15 “__ in the Wind” Company’s Nora Hussey, rich ward’s tight-fisted control, his Lewis Wheeler as Johnny are16 Set the stage for daddy’s girl Julia meets brash elaborate, social-business con- outstanding. Equity actor Will17 Blacker young man Johnny. Within 10 nections and his “make more18 Judges Keary as Ned is believably days, they’re madly in love money” mantra,  Linda seeks besotted most of the time, and19 Heir20 Victoria’s Secret offering and want to marry, knowing refuge in the family’s former his angry outburst as he at-21 Former Barbary state little about each other. When playroom, to reminisce about tempts to stand up to his father22 Transmitted Johnny visits Julia’s home her beloved, late mother, is stirring.  Wellesley senior23 Lures to meet her family, he is sur- and her childhood joy in that Marge Dunn is also praise-25 LePew of cartoons prised but not unhappy to room.  worthy as Julia. Sarah Barton,26 Along in years27 Imply beyond the literal meaning discover she’s very wealthy. Linda plans a small, New Danny Bolton, David Costa,29 Cincinnati ballplayer However, her stiff-necked Year’s Eve party for the cou- Lisa Foley, and Charlotte Peed30 Type of deodorant father, Edward, (whom star ple in the playroom, but Julia round out the cast, all finely32 Small wood John Davin portrays with so- and Dad override her cozy garbed in Nancy Stevenson’s34 Thomas __ Eliot phisticated conviction), isn’t get-together (which Johnny36 One gym shoe handsome costumes; and Da-40 Clear a frosted windshield pleased, because Johnny lacks also prefers). Instead, they as- vid Towlun’s elaborate set and42 Whole the proper pedigree and ambi- semble a gala for 300 guests, lighting provide elegance.43 Molinaro and Martino tion to amass more wealth. He to introduce Johnny to their46 Gives a second trial extols, “Money is our God.” circle. “You’ve turned Linda’s48 Kind of service or gloss49 Belfry residents? 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Wednesday, January 23, 2013 The Revere Journal Page 19 REVERE Building Permits December 11 Cost: $4,000 Dalibor Konchar 1 roof top antenna Patricia Gray Fee: $110 By: Sofistech Cost: $4,000 By: Denis Giorgione 721 Broadway Fee: $110 47 Ambrose St. December 19 6x2 sign Strip & re-roof Comlangan Adjindah Cost: $450 City of Revere Cost: $11,775 By: James Sherman Fee: $65 By: Shane McGowan Fee: $191 66 Jarvis St. 410 Broadway Roof mounted solar panels December 31 Add 1 antenna to roof Sherry Desmond Louis Padova Frank Ferlito Cost: $4,000 By: Robert Anderson By: John Raimo By: Luigi Pizzicanella Fee: $110 106 Endicott Ave. 52 Bats St. 170 Charger St. Strip & re-roof Foundation only for single Replace bearing beam January 3 Cost: $11,000 family home Cost: $4,000 Shawn ClvenRevere High School (RHS) held a very successful blood drive last Fee: $184 Cost: $150,000 Fee: $98 By: Eugene CatizoneFriday for students and teachers – with lines stretching outside Fee: $1,850 31 Sachem St.the door. The drive was done in conjunction with the American George Axiotakis Mary Mahoney Build 2-unit bldg.Red Cross. By: Danial DaSilva December 20 By: Mark Swymer Cost: $150,000Revere High School teacher Steven Magno is tended to by Red 21 Gage Ave. David Shin 120 Eustis St. Fee: $1,850Cross staffer Nilson Pereira while he is finishing up his blood Rebuild 1st floor baths to By: Michael Ives Repair/rebuild front porchdonation. meet code 30 Dolphin Ave. Cost: $28,000 Esther Guzman Cost: $4,000 Renovate 3 bath units 2,4, Fee: $386 By: Erik DiLibero Fee: $98 &6 738 Broadway Cost: $17,400 January 2 Weatherize George Axiotakis Fee: $320 Joan Gavegnano Cost: $3546.53 By: Daniel DaSilva By: Gary Palm Fee: $98 21 Gage Ave. Herbert Staniszenski 67 Bates St. Complete demo to concrete By: Barlo Signs Weatherize Price Rite in basement 207 Squire Rd. Cost: $5,200 By: Angoli Sign Cost: $10,000 Facia replacement for sign Fee: $122 255 Squire Rd. Fee: Waived (prior permit) Cost: $1,000 1 sign 24 Vera LLC Fee: $65 Mihammad Jabbar Cost: $50,000 By: Avetis Nakashian By: Owner Fee: $500 24 Vera St. Herbert Staniszewski 52 Victoria St. Demo existing structure By: Barlo Signs Remove illegal apt. in base- Leonora Schiponi Cost: $4,400 207 Squire Rd. ment By: Douglas Hamilton Fee: $110 Remove 2 existing signs, Cost: $3,000 install 1 new 35 Lambert St. Fee: $86 December 12 Cost: $10,000 Install condenser, air han- Patricia King Fee: $200 dler & ductwork Selene Hunter By: Allan Colpitts Cost: $16,000Red Cross staffer Jasmine McDonough (standing) prepares By: Christopher Holden 43 Adams St. Herbert Staniszewski Fee: $242Natalie Khalatov-Krimnus, a Revere High teacher, to give blood (Sunlight)last Friday. 2 replacement windows By: Barlo Signs 43 Fowler Ave. Cost: $1,677 207 Squire Rd. Frederick Darcy Install solar panels – roof By: Peter Conte Whelan School Honor Roll Fee: $69 1 wall sign – remove 2 ex- Cost: $28,000 isting Fee: $386 262 Endicott Ave. Vinh Phan Cost: $5,000 Strip & re-roof Principal’s List Pedro Rosa By” Allan Colpitts Fee: $125 GF/Revere Inc. Cost: $7,000 Grade 5 Katherine Sandoval 51 Augustus St. By: Shane McGowan Fee: $134 Brandon Barbosa Alyah Santos 4 replacement windows Xiao Ping 204 Proctor Ave. Andrew Barraza Sophia Scoppettuolo Cost: $3,360 By: John Dery 1 dish antennae on roof January 4 Erika Cheever Angelo Sepe Fee: $89 555 Beach St. Cost: $4,000 John Zullo Giulia Cincinnato Leticia Velasquez Perez Remove 2nd floor porch, Fee: $110 By: John Semas Jenna Cobb Kenny Vo Alma Toto repair 1st floor 24 Harrington St. Alexa DiPietro Jason Vu Nguyen By: Darren Palm Cost: $3,490 Breakers Condo Trust As- Strip & re-roof Coby Everton Grade 4 487 Mountain Ave. Fee: $110 soc. 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Tricia Seigal Cost: $4,000 Domenic Marino Erick Estrada December 13 Strip & re-roof By: Carl Rebello Fee: $110 Vincent Nguyen Melany Fagundes Nancy Ranese Cost: $4,200 24 Camille Rd. Simone Rago William Forcellati By: Darren Palm Fee: $100 Weatherize Rumney Marshview LLC Matthew Stewart Julianna Fratus 61-63 Kimball Ave. Cost: $1,000 By: Shane McGowan Amelia Viscay James Gallarelli Weatherize Lawrence Meads Fee: $62 1070 Broadway Olivia Winsor Sean Hennessey Cost: $5,800 By: Joseph J. Duca Add 1 antennae – roof Grade 4 Adriana Keefe Fee: $122 10 Furlong Dr. Cost: $4,000 Marie Rose Nicole Bagley Russell Kule Upgrade/renovations re- Fee: $110 By: Rui Rodrigues Sydney Ciano Vivian Le Angelo Cohan place fixtures, retile & replace 57 Shirley Ave. Alyssa Colannino Natalie Lee By: Darren Palm ftont door only Roman Catholic Archdio- Strip & re-roof Cameron Colannino Nicole Marin 15 Spring Ave. Cost: $10,125 cese of Boston Cost: $7,000 Bruce Culleton Josimar Martinez Weatherize Fee: $140 Ryan Doucette Katherine Martinez By: Shane McGowan Fee: $134 Cost: $4,300 250 Revere St. Adrianna Fusco Jarrod Natola Fee: $110 Extra Space Storage Lina Nguyen Christopher Osgood By: Greg Garzia Angelia Pepe Camila Perez Herrera Tarig Milton 590 Revere Beach Pkwy. Brian Perez Ava Rocino Julianni Pessolano Chelsea Phan By: Hazem Hanslan Roof-mounted photovoltaic REVERE CABLE TV Spotlight 528 Revere St. system John Tran Alan Plitsch Convert to 2-family Cost: $425,000 The new episodes continue programs can be seen on Rev- Gianna Uminski Steven Plitsch Cost: $50,000 Fee: $6,425 on RevereTV: ereTV through Feb. 1st. Grade 3 Ryan Powers Fee: $650 •’Revere Veterans’ Corner’ •’Wrestling Talk,’ now in Carly Bennett Sarah Reyes December 21 has a longer program than its 26th year, celebrates the Cameron Marzilli Laura Rezzai Revere Housing Authority Stephan & Susan Devoe usual but you can see it at its New Year with a review of Elizabeth Sanchez Eleejah Rosa By: Shane McGowan By: Allan Colpitts usual time (Tuesday at 6 p.m.; the Best & Worst of 2012. The Varun Swaminathan Kevin Santos 50 Walnut Ave. 138 Newman St. Friday at 10 a.m.). Morris program is dedicated to two Honor Roll Celia Sarmanian Replace 6 existing anten- 10 replacement windows Morris’ guest is Rep. Kathi- people who were instrumen- Grade 5 Minnah Sheikh nae Cost: $7,625 Anne Reinstein. Among the tal in the development of the Brian Armitstead Sheila Slakovic Cost: $20,820 Fee: $141 topics talked about are the show. Many long-time view- Gabriela Barroso Caroline Stasio Fee: $350 Chelsea Soldiers’ Home and Mohamed Benhamou Vincent Ventola ers will know of at least one John Procopio the Valor Act. of them. Tune in Weds. at 7 Wissam b enzerdjeb Gabriel Venturim T-Mobile Northeast LLC By: Henry Burton •Following the trend to ex- Rachelle Buckley Kevin Willett p.m. and Saturdays at 11 a.m. By: Shane McGowan 91 Olive St. tend, ‘Veterans Helping Vet- to find out if you were right. Rose Burns Grade 3 10 Ward St. Remodel kitchen erans’ (Tuesday at 6:45 p.m.; Maiya Buttiglieri Liliana Acuyna •Over the next two weeks, Replace six antennae Cost: $32,300 Friday at 10:45 a.m.) speaks Jeremy Carini Lauren Armitstead ‘Legends of Professional Cost: $18,550 Fe: $437 of the unique challenges for Natalie Clavel Joao Barcelos Fee: $335 Wrestling’ lives up to its name women veterans. Sheryl Shaf- Anamarcia Correia Isabella Borges December 24 presenting a show with Andre fer interviews Lori McCal- Matthew DaRocha Katrina Clabby December 17 Alfred Socombrino lum, US Navy combat veteran the Giant and one with the Leandro DePinho Evan Darcy Fatmie Begolli By: Evangelos Liapis back from her nine-month Boston Bad Boys. The Best of Nayellie Estrella Thifany DaSilva By: Owner 5 Eastern Ave. tour of duty in Afghanistan. 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  • 21. BlackWednesday, January 23, 2013 The Revere Journal Page 21 Things To Do‘Sister Act’ Berklee Music reception same time. Gallery hours are Whoopi Goldberg, Stage and Troika Monday-Wednesday and Friday, fromEntertainment’s production of hit mu- Celebration 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Thursday, fromsical “Sister Act” is coming to Boston, On Monday, Jan. 28, at 8:15 p.m., 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, from 11direct from Broadway, Jan. 22 to Feb. at the Berklee Performance Center, a.m. to 4 p.m., but hours are subject3, at the Boston Opera House, 539 136 Mass. Ave., Boston, Berklee Col- to change. For more information, callWashington St., Boston. Performances lege of Music presents Homeland Se- 781-598-5244.are Tuesdays,Wednesdays,Thursdays, curity: Celebrating Contemporary and Traditional African Music and Dance,at 7:30 p.m.; Fridays, 8 p.m.; Satur- featuring scholarship students from ‘Shining City’days, 2,8 p.m.; Sundays, 1,6:30 p.m.; A guilt-ridden man from Dublin isJan. 23 at 7 p.m. Tickets start at $33. Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and Mozambique and the US, who are plagued by his dead wife’s ghost andContact Ticketmaster at 800-982-2787, seeks help from a therapist in Salemvisit or studying at the college.  Advance tick- ets are $8, at the door, $12. Call 617- Theatre Company’s production ofthe Box Office.    “Shining City,” by Conor McPher- 747-2261 or visit The event will also stream live on Concert son, appearing Jan. 24 to Feb. 16,‘Oliver’ Window. Thursday through Saturdays, at 7:30 Young Oliver Twist gets in with p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. at the 90the wrong group in Charles Dickens’ Lafayette St., Salem theater. Jan. 24classic tale, “Oliver,” featuring a large, ‘Mary and Max’ and 25 preview shows are name-tour-popular Boston cast, Jan.25-Feb. 24 at Whoopi Goldberg, Stage and Troika Entertainment’s production of hit musical As part of the Jewish Film Festi- own-ticket-price at the door, whichWheelock Family Theatre, 200 The “Sister Act” is coming to Boston, direct from Broadway, Jan. 22 to Feb. 3, at val’s ReelAbilities Boston Fest, West may be reserved for $10 each at www.Riverway, Boston. Performances are the Boston Opera House, 539 Washington St., Boston. Newton Cinema features “Mary and Tickets: adults,Fridays at 7:30 p.m.; Saturdays, Sun- Max,” the story of a lonely Australian $25; seniors, $20; students, $10. Visitdays, at 3 p.m.; school vacation week, 8-year-old connecting as a pen pal with the Web site or call 978-790-8546 orFeb. 19-22, matinees at 1 p.m.; Feb. a 44-year-old, eccentric New Yorker e-mail with Asperger’s Syndrome,appearing22, at 7:30 p.m.; Feb. 24, at 3 p.m. Violinist Vilde Frang at 617-482-6661. Thursday, Jan. 31, at 7 p.m. Tickets are  Tickets:$15-$30. Call the Box Of- As part of its debut series with $10. For more information, visit www. Vance Gilbertfice at 617-879-2300 or visit tickets@ Longy School of Music of Bard Col- Roz Chast    me and thee coffeehouse (   lege, Celebrity Series of Boston pres- Celebrated New Yorker magazine ian Universalist Church, 28 Mugford ents award-winning Norwegian vio- cartoonist Roz Chast presents a mul- St., Marblehead) welcomes the return‘The Irish and How linist Vilde Frang, with 24-year-old timedia presentation of her interpreta- Beyond Bubbe’s Kitchen of singer-songwriter Vance Gilbert on pianist Michail Lifits, on Wednesday, tion of the everyday, in “Theories of The New Center for Arts and Cul- Friday, Jan. 25, with opening act sing-They Got That Way’ Jan. 23, at 8 p.m. in Pickman Hall, 27 Everything,” on friday, Jan. 25, at 8 ture presents a challenge to Boston’s er-songwriter-guitarist Patti DeRosa. Frank McCourt’s uplifting musical Garden St., Cambridge. Tickets start p.m. in the Sanders Theatre, Memorial top chefs to update traditional Jewish Doors open at 7:30 p.m.; show starts atcelebration of all things Irish, “The at $40. Visit Hall, Harvard University, 45 Quincy recipes, in Beyond Bubbe’s Kitchen, 8 p.m.Advance tickets are $20, at theIrish and How They Got That Way,” or call Celebrity Charge at 617-482- St., Cambridge. Tickets start at $30. when Meredith Goldstein will hold door, $23. Visit, THAT Frank McCourt of “An- 6661.  Call CelebrityCharge at 617-482-6661 conversations with  chefs relating their  or call 781-631-8987.gela’s Ashes” fame), comes to Davis or visit  personal cooking stories, on Jan. 27, atSquare Theatre, 255 Elm St., Somer- Moakley Courthouse in South Boston.ville, from Jan. 24 through March 17. Whitney Houston Tribute   or more information, e-mail info@ ‘Inherit the Wind’Performances are Thursday, Friday, at Concert The Marblehead Little Theatre at 127:30 p.m.; Saturday, 4,7:30 p.m.; sun- Berklee College of Music will hold Andrea Fraser School Street, Marblehead, will per-day at 3 p.m. Tickets:$39-$42. Group an all-student tribute concert to the The Institute of Contemporary Art form Jerome Lawrence and Robert Ed-discounts available at 215-297-8540. late superstar, Whitney Houston, on (ICA) at 100 Northern Ave., Boston, Cafe 939 win Lee’s drama, “Inherit the Wind,”For tickets, call 800-660-8462 or visit features a tour-de-force solo perfor- The Red Room at Cafe 939 pres- featuring a large cast, from Jan. 25 to Jan. 23, at 8:15 p.m. at the Berkleeonline at www.frankmccourtstheirish. mance of Andrea Fraser, impersonating ents the following acts this week: Feb. 3. Performances are Friday, Sat- Performance Center, 136 Mass. Ave.,com.      four men, in “Men on the Line, KPFK, Wakey!Wakey!, Jan. 23, at 8 p.m. (ad- urday, at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m. Boston. Guest performers included 1972,  transcribed and edited from a mission, $12); Charlie Puth and Taylor Advance tickets are $23; student seats the star’s former music director, Jetro 1972 live radio broadcast concerning Berrett, Jan. 24, at 8 p.m. ($10); a free for selected matinee performances,BJM/Les Ballets Jazz de Da Silva, her nephew, Gary Michael the feminist movement and four men’s show, Berklee in the Round Tuesday, $15. Visit or call Houston, and background singer, Sha-Montreal lotte Gibson. Advance tickets are $8; sympathies about it, appearing Thurs- featuring Livingston Taylor, Cris- 781-631-9697. World Music/CRASHarts presents day, Jan. 24, at 6:30 p.m. Tickets for tina Vaira and Ethan Thompson, John at the door, $12. For more information,the Boston premiere of Montreal’s members and non-members, $5. Pre- Johnson and Jesse Sanders, Jan. 29, atprestigious BJM/Les Ballets Jazz de call 617-747-2261 or visit berkleebpc. ceding the show at 5:30 p.m., Barbara 7 p.m.   Birds of Prey com. the program will also be streamed Wingmasters presents North Ameri-Montreal, performing its signature live on Concert Window. On Jan. 24, Lee chief curator Helen Molesworth can Birds of Prey, with Jim Parks andblend of ballet, modern and street there’s a tribute to Mirek Kocandrie, at will lead a free tour of exhibition “This JP concerts Anne Collier, on Sunday, Jan. 27,dance, Jan. 31, at 7:30 p.m.; Feb. 1,2, 8:15 p.m. ($8/$12).  will Have Been”.Visit www.icaboston. On Saturday, Jan. 26, at 4 p.m., JP from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 8 p.m.; Feb. 3, at 2 p.m. at the Insti- org or call 617-478-3103. Concerts presents LFO, the Love and Audubon’s Ipswich River Wildlifetute of Contemporary Art (ICA), 100 Friendship Orchestra, making its de- Sanctuary, 87 Perkins Row, Topsfield.Northern Ave., Boston. Debra Cash Family Happinesspresents free, pre-performance talks Maestro Artist Management pres- ArtsEmerson films but performance, at St. John’s Episco- Attendees will see raptors, includ- As part of ArtsEmerson: The World pal Church, 1 Roanoke Ave., Jamaica ing hawks, owls, eagles and falconsin the lobby, Thursday, Saturday and ents the Boston debut of Theatre-Ate- on Stage, at the Paramount Theater, Plain. The concert features works by and wild birds of prey up close. TheSunday, and there’s a cast pre-show lier Piotr Fomenko’s adaptation of 559 Washington St., Boston, the fol- Bach, Bartok, Beethoven, Brahms and program is geared towards adults andQ&A Jan. 31. Reserved seating is “Family Happiness,” based on Leo lowing films are featured:118-minute, other composers. Tickets are $10 at the families with children at least 5 years$50. Call 617-876-4275 or visit www. Tolstoy’s novel, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m. and 1999 color DVD, “Boys Don’t Cry,” door. For more information and direc- old.Fee is $13; children, $11;  Jan. 27, at 2 p.m. only, at the Cutler Jan. 25, at 6 p.m.; 1990,71-minute tions, visit  for Mass Audubon members. Advance Majestic Theatre, 219 Tremont St., Boston. Performance is in Russian color film, “Paris is Burning,” Jan. registration required. Call 978-887- with English subtitles.Tickets are $45- 25, at 9 p.m. and Jan. 27, at 1 p.m.; Lo-Fi Lowdown 9264. $125. Visit or 84-minute, 2011 French film with sub- Lo-Fi Lowdown, a double bill of call  617-824-8400.       titles, “Tomboy,” Jan. 26, at 1 p.m.; epic old-time features, with first act, ‘You for Me for You’ 86-minute color Spanish film with Jazz Noir, by Bremner Duthie and Company One will hold the New English subtitles, “XXY,” Jan. 26, at 6 second act with Radio Star, by Tanya England premiere of Mia Chung’s Ludovico Ensemble p.m. and 103-minute, color 2005 film, O’Debra, appears at Oberon, Sunday, play, “You for Me For You,” through The Boston Conservatory presents “Transamerica,” Jan. 26, at 9 p.m. Un- Jan. 27, at 7 p.m. only. Tickets are $18 Feb. 16, at the Boston Center for the the Ludovico Ensemble, featuring less otherwise noted, tickets gener- and are available at the door, at 2 Ar- Arts (BCA) Plaza Theatre, 539 Wash- works for non-pitched percussion, Jan. ally are $10, and $7.50 for members row St., Cambridge, or online at tick- ington St., South End, Boston. It’s the 23, at 8 p.m., at Studio 401, Fourth and seniors; students with valid ID or story of two North Korean sisters try- Floor, 31 Hemenway St., Boston. For children under 18, $5. Discounted tick- ticket information, visit ing to flee to the US on this unexpect- ets only available at the Box Office., call 617- For tickets or more information, visit Chino-Latino edly comic journey. Performances are 912-9222, or visit the Box Office at 31, the Box Of- La Galeria at Villa Victoria Center Wednesday, Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.; Hemenway St. fice, or call 617-824-8400. for the Arts, 85 W. Newton St., South Friday, Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday, End, Boston, welcomes the free, public 2 p.m.; final Saturday, 4 p.m. Tick- exhibit of Puerto Rican artist Miguel ets: $20-$38; students with ID, $15; All-Beethoven symphony ‘As Bees in Honey Trelles, “Chino-Latino,” now through pay-what-you-can, minimum $6, Jan. Celebrity Series of Boston presentsCelebrity Series of Boston presents the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, Drown’ Feb. 23. Trelles’ work rewrites the 20,27, at 2 p.m. Call 617-933-8600 oraward-winning Norwegian violinist F.U.D.G.E. Theatre Co., Inc. pres- colonial history of Antilles through a visit   with Daniel Barenboim conducting,Vilde Frang, with 24-year-old pianist ents Douglas Carter Beane’s award- “creative misreading” of traditional Sunday, Jan. 27, at 3 p.m. in Sym-Michail Lifits, on Wednesday, Jan. 23, winning comedy, “As Bees in Honey Chinese landscape paintings from the Magical Memory Tour phony Hall, 301 Mass. Ave., 8 p.m. in Pickman Hall, 27 Garden Drown,” starring Linda Goetz, Jan. Sung and Ming dynasties, fusing the Artist Alfred Ramage invites you to Tickets start at $30. Visit www.celeb-St., Cambridge. 25-27, at the Factory Theatre, 791 Chinese gestural style with figures and his Magical Memory Tour, his works or call CelebrityCharge Tremont St., South End, Boston. Per- scenery evoking a Caribbean land- in all media, at the Clock Tower Gal- formances are Friday at 8 p.m., Sat- scape. Gallery hours are Thursday and lery, EB Newton School and Cultural urday, 3,8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Friday, from 3 to 6 p.m., Saturday, Center, 45 Pauline St., Winthrop.The Tickets are $26; students, seniors, $21. from 1 to 4 p.m. and by appointment. show is open until March 2. Gallery LEGAL NOTICE 430, Boston MA 02108 St., Suite 900, Boston, by the Plaintiff, Karen For reservations, call 617-945-0773 or Call 617-927-1742 or visit avrodri- hours are Thursday, from 6 to 8 p.m.PUBLIC NOTICE OF ENVI- Phone: (617) 338-0063 Massachusetts 02114, Rodriguez, seeking Com- more informa- and Saturday, from 2 to 5 p.m. For visit    RONMENTAL REVIEW Copies of the ENF are Attention: MEPA Office, plaint for Custody-Sup- tion, call 617-927-1707 or visit www. more information, visit www.winthropPROJECT: McKinley also being sent to the referencing the above port-Visitation pursuant School Conservation Com- project. to G.L. c. 209 C. ‘Harlem Street Singer’ culturalcouncil,org or www.alfredram- mission and Planning By Timothy J McGivern, You are required to The Institute of Contemporary Art ParkAvenue, Revere MA Boards of Revere, MA PE (Proponent’s Agent) serve upon plaintiff, (ICA) at 100 Northern Ave., Boston, The Company TheatrePROPONENT: City of where they may be 1/23 whose address is 31 presents the world premiere of docu- Besides its regular theater season, Bread and Puppet inspected. R Barrett St., #B, Revere, mentary film, “Harlem Street Singer,” the Company Theatre of 30 AccordRevere School Building The Secretary of Energy MA 02151, your answer the story of the Rev. Gary Davis, fol- Park, Norwell, presents the following TheaterCommitee Vermont-based Bread and PuppetThe undersigned is & Environmental Affairs on or before February lowed by a live performance by Woody special events: singer Ronan Tynan will publish notice of the LEGAL NOTICE 14th, 2013. If you fail on Jan. 26,and the Movin’ Out Band’s Theater presents “The Possiblitarians”submitting an Envi- Mann, Paul Rishell and Annie Raines, ENF in the Environmen- COMMONWEALTH to do so, the court will tribute to Billy Joel, Feb. 2. Special and “Dead Man Rises,” recommendedronmental Notification Friday, Jan. 25, in the Barbara Lee tal Monitor, will receive OF MASSACHUSETTS proceed to the hearing events tickets range from $20 to $39. for patrons 12 years old-up, along withForm (“ENF”) to the Family Foundation Theater. General public comments on THE TRIAL COURT and adjudication of this For tickets or more information, call the family-friendly “The Circus of theSecretary of Energy & admission is $20; members, students, the project for 20 days, PROBATE AND action. You are also the Box Office at 781-871-2787 or vis- Possibilitarians,” a Cheap Art SaleEnvironmental Affairs $10. For tickets or more information, and will then decide, FAMILY COURT required to file a coy it or e-mail and Art Exhibit,Jan. 21-27,  at Cy-on or before January call 627-478-3103 or visit www.ica- within ten days, if an SUFFOLK Division of your answer in the clorama, Boston Center for the Arts,31, 2013. environmental Impact Docket No. office of the Register of   539 Tremont St., South End, Boston.This will initiate review   of the above project Report is needed. A site SU12W2836 this Court at Boston. Performances:Thursday-Sunday, at 7 visit and consultation Summons By Witness, Joan P. Christine Ebersole p.m.; admission $12; students, seniors,pursuant to the Massa- session on the project Publication Armstrong, Esquire, First Celebrity Series of Boston presents Take Your Best Shot groups. $10; matinee family shows,chusetts Environmental LynnArts (25 Exchange St., Lynn) may also be scheduled. Karen Rodriguez, Justice of said Court at An Evening with acclaimed actress Saturday, Sunday, at 2 p.m. $12;$10;Policy Act (“MEPA”, will kick off its curated photographyM.G.L. c. 30, s.s. 61- All persons wishing to Plaintiff Boston, this 11th day of Christine Ebersole,on Saturday, Jan. children 3-11, $6; 2-under, free; art comment on the project, v. December 2012. 26, at 8 p.m. at Sanders Theatre, Me- exhibit for artists 17 years old-up with exhibit, all week, free and open to all.62I). Copies of the ENF an opening day reception, Saturday,may be obtained from: or to be notified of a Diego Aguirre, Sandra Giovannucci morial Hall, Harvard University, 45 Tickets may be purchased an hour be- site visit or consultation Defendant Register of Probate Quincy St., Cambridge. Tickets start at Jan. 26, from 2 to 4 p.m. The exhibit fore any performance or in advance atNitsch Engineering, Inc. session, should write To the above named Court $30. Call CelebrityCharge at 617-482- runs to March 8. Artists younger than or call 866-Attn: Timothy J to the Secretary of Defendant: 1/23 6661 or visit  17 are invited to exhibit their photogra- 811-4111. For more information, callMcGivern, PE Energy & Environmental A Complaint has been R phy for the Hartman Leigh Children’s 617-286-6694 or visit www.bcaonline.2 Center Plaza, Suite Affairs, 100 Cambridge presented to this Court Gallery, which also has an opening day org. Black
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Presented Co-adaptors Marilyn Campbell com/showroom. tion, call 617-562-4111 or visit www. by the Underground Railway Theaterand Curt Columbus have converted ‘Anne Boleyn’ at Central Square Theatre (450 Mass.Dostoyevsky’s magnificent novel, Jazzy Regattabar The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm The- Ave., Cambridge), through Feb. 3, per-“Crime and Punishment,” into a three- The Regattabar at the Charles Ho- atre of Pawtucket, RI, presents Henry ‘Other Desert Cities’ formances are Wednesday,Thursday,actor, 90-minute tour de force, starring tel, (One Bennett St., Harvard Square, VIII’s ill-fated wife, Anne Boleyn and Kicking off the new year, Speak- at 7:30 p.m.; Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday,TV-movie actor Dan Butler, Stephen Cambridge) is swinging with the fol- the scheming Tudor family in How- Easy Stage Company presents the New 3,8 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. ; also, Jan.Thorne and Rachel Christopher, now lowing jazz performers this week: ard Brenton’s London hit play, “Anne England premiere of Jon Robin Baitz’s 21, at 7:30 p.m. Call 866-811-4111,to Feb. 24 at Trinity Repertory The- jazz-rock-world music group Leni Boleyn,” through Feb. 17. Performanc- award-winning dramatic play, “Other visit the Box Office, or CentralSquare-atre, 201 Washington St., Providence, Stern African Trio, Jan. 24, at 7:30 es: Jan.24-26,31, Feb.1,2, 7-9, 14-16, Desert Cities,” with a Boston, star- For more information orRI. Performances are Thursday-Sun- p.m. ($20); salsa group Eguie Castrillo at 8 p.m.; Jan. 30, Feb. 6, 13, at 7 p.m.; studded cast, through Feb. 9, at Boston group discounts, call 617-576-9278,day, Jan. 29, Feb. 6, Feb. 12, 19,at and his Orchestra, Jan. 25, at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 27, Feb. 10,17, at 2,7 p.m.; Feb. Center for the Arts’ Wimberly Theatre, Ext. 210.7:30 p.m.Jan. 23, Feb. 6, at 12 noon; ($20); jazz group Medici Musica pres- 3, at 2 p.m.; The theater is located in Stanford Calderwood Pavilion,527; Jan. 27, 30,Feb. 2,10, 16,17,20, 24, ents Alexei Tsiganov Group, Jan. 26, downtown Pawtucket at 172 Exchange Tremont St., South End, Boston. Per- ‘Vinegar Tom’at 2,7:30 p.m.Tickets, $15-$68; check at 7:30 p.m. ($16); jazz’s Hot Club of St. Tickets are $36,$4,; discounts to formances: Wednesday, Thursday, at Whistler in the Dark Theatre pres-for discounts, matinees. Call 401-351- Detroit, Jan. 29, at 7:30 p.m. ($25). For groups, seniors and students. Call 401- 7:30 p.m.; Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, ents Caryl Churchill’s provocative play4242 or visit tickets and more information, call 617- 723-4266 or visit 4,8 p.m.; Sunday, 3 p.m.; also Feb. 5 with music, “Vinegar Tom,” a story of 395-7757 or visit www.charleshotel. at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 6 at 2 p.m. Tick- 17th century England and its persecu-Frank Costantino show com or Scullers ets start at $25; discounts for seniors, tion of folks on witchcraft accusations students, and people 25 years old and and hangings, after a witch-finder ar-extended Scullers Jazz Club, Double Tree younger. Call 617-933-8600 or visit rives at a small village, through Feb. Winthrop artist Frank Costantino’s New Works Festival Suites by Hilton Boston, 400 Soldiers 2 at the Boston Center for the Artsshow, “Other Directions and Discover- Firehouse Center for the Arts at Mar- Field Road, Boston, features the fol- ket Square in picturesque downtown lowing headliners this week: Bari- Calderwood Pavilion, 527 Tremonties - Drawings and Watercolors,” has St., South End, Boston. Showtimes:been extended to run to Jan. 31 at the Newburyport hosts the New Works tone Madness, with greg Abate, Gary ‘The Mountaintop’ Wednesday. Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.;Thomas Moser Showroom Gallery, 19 Festival 2013: The Long and the Short Smulyan and Alan Chase, Jan. 24, at 8 In celebration of the 150th anniver- of It,” Friday, Saturday, Jan. 25,26, at p.m., show, $22; dinner and show, $62; sary of the Emancipation Proclamation, Friday, Saturday, at 8 p.m.; Sunday,Arlington St., Boston. Hours are Mon- at 3 p.m. Admission: $30,$15. 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