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‘Richard III’ at Tufts April 14-18

The Tufts University Department of Drama and Dance presents Shakespeare’s Richard III in the Balch Arena Theater at the Aidekman Arts Center on 5 evenings: April 14-18, 2015 at 8 p.m. BOX OFFICE: 617-627-3493.

Richard III, adapted and directed by Gibson Cima, written by William Shakespeare. In 2012, researchers at the University of Leicester stunned the world by announcing the discovery of the remains of King Richard III under an office parking lot. The location of Richard’s burial had been a matter of debate since his death at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485. In addition to his life, Richard lost his kingdom to Henry Tudor, the grandfather of Shakespeare’s patron, Queen Elizabeth I.

For an international public most familiar with the unrepentant tyrant of Shakespeare’s play, the discovery humanized the “rudely stamped”, “deformed”, and “unfinished” king. He was found to be in his early thirties with severe scoliosis of the spine, which would have made walking uncomfortable, but not necessarily have resulted in the hunchbacked villain depicted by Shakespeare.

No evidence exists to suggest that Richard was anything other than a typical medieval king, the victim of a post-mortem hatchet job perpetrated by Tudor historians. In light of this new information on a 500 year-old-play, Richard III is ripe for interpretation. Come join us for this energetic ensemble production that plays against the Tudor propaganda of Shakespeare’s script, questioning the narratives of power that rewrite history to suit their own ends.

The Balch Arena Theater in the Aidekman Arts Center is located at 40 Talbot Avenue on Tufts’ Medford/Somerville campus. Admission is $15 for general admission; $10 Tufts ID/Seniors; $10; $1 Night on April 16. For more information, please visit; call the Balch Arena Theater Box Office at 617.627.3493; visit our Facebook Events page

- Submitted by Tufts University

Ecumenical ‘Blessing of the Palms’ March 29th

All are welcome to attend an Ecumenical Blessing of the Palms with Medford’s Grace Episcopal Church, St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church and First Baptist Church.

The event is taking place Palm Sunday, March 29th, 9:30AM in the Rose Sloane Garden in front of Century Bank, Medford Square (at the intersection of High, Forest and Salem Streets and Riverside Ave).

After the Blessing of the Palms there will be festive processions back to respective churches for morning services.

All are welcome to this fantastic ecumenical beginning of Holy Week!

- Submitted by Rev. Noah Evans

Lady Mustang Hockey Team Honors Players at Banquet

The Medford High girl’s varsity hockey team held its annual banquet on March 24th at Bocelli’s restaurant. Members of the team were recognized for their efforts on the ice and in the classroom. Awards were passed out and next seasons captains were named.

2014-2015 award winners:

Most Valuable Player: Adrienne Porrazzo

Defensive Award: Adrienne Porrazzo

Offensive Award: Adrienne Porrazzo

Most Improved – Julia Shanahan

Unsung Hero – Marykate Cullinane and Christina Gesualdi

Game Winning Goals Award: Christina Gesualdi & Nicole Mortell (twice)

Four goals in one game: Nicole Mortell

12 players made honor roll 2nd quarter including:

High Honors: Nicole Mortell, Adrienne Porrazzo, Mamie Powers, Brenna Forbes; Honors: Kayli

Lanzilli, Ailish Fallon, Lauren Brown, Mary Kate Lynch; Merit: Marykate Cullinane, Summer

Tufts, Julia Shanahan, Christina Gesualdi

2015-2016 captains: Ailish Fallon, captain. Mia Price & Trisha MacLean, assistant captains.

Lady Mustang hockey captains

- Submitted by Assistant Coach Josh Glionna

New Realtor Joins RE/MAX Andrew Realty Services

Jane HaddockLocal REALTOR® Jane Springer Haddock has joined RE/MAX Andrew Realty Services of Medford and Stoneham, announced John Veneziano, Broker Owner of the local real estate company.

As a RE/MAX Andrew REALTOR®, Springer Haddock offers both buyer and seller representation, and services all of Massachusetts with special emphasis on the Greater Boston/Boston North areas. Through RE/MAX’s extensive global real estate network, however, she is also able to assist anyone looking to buy or sell a property anywhere in the United States and 90+ other countries. Additionally, Springer Haddock holds her CBR designation (Certified Buyer Representative) and is an experienced professional stager.

Born and raised in Medford, Springer Haddock is a lifelong resident of the Boston North area where she has spent years living, working and raising her two daughters. She is a 1974 graduate of Medford High School who attended New England School of Finance and Salem State University where she earned a BS degree in Business Administration.

Springer Haddock brings to the business an extensive banking background, having worked in the industry for over 20 years. During that time, she held a variety of officer positions including that of Marketing Officer and Certified Banking Officer while working and gaining experience in the retail, commercial lending, and residential real estate lending sectors.

An active member of the community, Springer Haddock has been affiliated with a variety of organizations over the years, assisting with numerous fundraising and volunteer efforts. While living and working in Melrose, she was actively involved with the Melrose Chamber of Commerce and the St. Mary’s Parent Student Organization (PSO). In addition, she also served as a Campfire Leader for 13 years, and was also a member of the Rotary International Club of Saugus/Lynnfield.

Presently, Springer Haddock continues to hold memberships in a variety of professional organizations, including the National Association of REALTORS®, the Massachusetts Association of REALTORS®, the Eastern Middlesex Association of REALTORS®, and the Medford and Stoneham Chambers of Commerce. She also serves as the chair of the Medford High Class of 1974 Reunion Committee.

Veneziano and the RE/MAX Andrew Realty Sales team and staff are pleased to have Jane Springer Haddock on their team. Anyone with any real estate questions or concerns is invited to contact her at

- Submitted by RE/MAX Andrew Realty Services

Police Searching for Missing Woman- Updated

Kayla Scott- Allison Goldsberry

March 28, 2015 Update: Somerville Police tweeted on Friday that the missing woman has been found. No further details were released.

Police are searching for a missing 20-year-old Medford woman, Kayla Scott.

Scott was seen on March 23 and was reported missing after she did not return from work in Dorchester. According to Somerville Police, she lives close to the Somerville border and is the daughter of a Civilian Police employee.

She is 5’4″ and 190 pounds with brown eyes and dark hair. She was last seen wearing a tan hoodie, black pants, and brown boots.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Medford Police at 781-395-1212 or Somerville Police Commander at 617-625-1600 x7253.

Mustang Baseball Team to Play Charity Game at Lowell Spinners’ Stadium

The Medford High School baseball team will participate in a special double header with Stoneham at LeLacheur Stadium, home of the Lowell Spinners. The game is part of the Coaches vs Cancer effort, with all proceeds benefiting the American Cancer Society. The teams will take the field in Lowell on Wednesday, April 22 at 2:00PM.


Music School to Re-Open in New Location Following Accident

A local music school is set to re-open after an unfortunate accident last fall interrupted its normal business operations.

At 4:30 in the morning on September 19, a woman accidentally hit the accelerator instead of the brakes, leading her to crash into the front of LB Music School on Central Avenue. While there were fortunately not injuries, the incident “completely turned my business upside down,” said owner Lauren Bateman. According to Bateman, she was never allowed back into her former storefront, but, with the help of local churches, she was able to “stay afloat and keep her business open.”

On June 11 Mayor Michael McGlynn will cut the ribbon on the school’s new location, which is right across the street from its former one.

“This really has been quite an adventure for us and with the help of First Methodist Church in Medford, it is really a wonderful story about how the community supported us through this tough time,” said Bateman.

- Photo by Paul Rapatano.

MDDC Names Garballey Legislator of the Year

Rep. Garballey Legislator of Year

The Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Council (MDDC) honored Rep. Sean Garballey (D-Arlington) and The Arc of Massachusetts State Sen.

John Keenan (D-Quincy) with Legislator of the Year awards during their 37th Annual Legislative Reception. House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo (D-Winthrop) and Senate President Stan Rosenberg (D-Amherst) presented the awards during the event.

“We look forward to this event every year because it provides people with developmental disabilities, their families, advocates, and legislators the opportunity to come together to discuss the issues and legislation that matters most to them,” said Daniel Shannon, Executive Director of MDDC. “This year, we are especially thrilled to honor Rep. Sean Garballey with our Legislator of the Year award for his continued support of legislation aimed at improving the lives of people with developmental disabilities.”

During his time as a State Representative, Garballey has led the effort in advocating for increased funding for Department of Developmental Services (DDS) Family Support and Respite Services and DDS Day and Employment Services. Rep. Garballey has also been the legislative sponsor in increasing budgetary support for Turning 22 and was successful in making sure that the program Best Buddies Massachusetts received state budgetary support. Last legislative session, he also championed the Real Lives Bill, alongside Representative

Sannicandro. He currently serves on the House Committee on Ways and Means and the Joint Committee on Health Care Financing.

“I am both honored and humbled to be recognized as the Legislator of the Year,” said Rep. Garballey. “I hope that this event will highlight not only the needs of an under-served population within our Commonwealth, but also the hard work of their family members, and the herculean efforts undertaken by those who work in this field.”

MDDC hosted the legislative reception in conjunction with The Arc of Massachusetts. During the reception, The Arc of Massachusetts recognized Sen. John Keenan. Leo Sarkissian, Executive Director of The Arc stated, “Senator Keenan has shown his commitment to persons with disabilities by fighting for access to services and sponsoring amendments to advance policy.”

Sen. Keenan has been a supporter of disability issues from the time he arrived at the State House. Early in his tenure, he addressed eligibility issues in response to constituent needs. During the past year, Sen. Keenan successfully sponsored a Senate amendment to increase transportation funds at the Department of Developmental Services for this fiscal year, bringing it to the same level as the House. In previous years, he co-sponsored several budget amendments including Family Support and the autism waiver, among others. The senator and his team continue to advance progressive policy for individuals with disabilities and families.

“Over the last four years in the Legislature, I have learned so much about daily challenges faced by those with developmental disabilities, and their families,” said Sen. Keenan. “I am amazed and inspired by the determination of these individuals, and by the dedication and efforts of their loved ones. I am proud when our Commonwealth’s support services are there for them, and I share in the frustration when those services fall short. I am committed to working with The Arc and other groups that are champions for this community, so that we equal the measure of a supportive, compassionate and caring society.”

- Submitted by Rep. Garballey

Councilor Knight to Hold Office Hours April 1st

Medford City Councillor Adam Knight will be holding office hours on Wednesday April 1st at 4:30pm in Room 207 at City Hall.

“Office hours is an opportunity for us to sit down and discuss your questions, concerns and ideas on how we can keep Medford moving forward – so please do not hesitate to attend,” said Councillor Knight.

No appointment is necessary, for more information or if you’d would like to RSVP please visit

- Submitted by Adam Knight

Medford Overcoming Addiction Hosts Candlelight Vigil

On Sunday Medford Overcoming Addiction held its first annual Candlelight Memorial Vigil at Medford City Hall. The purpose of the event was to remember those who have lost their lives to the disease of addiction and to come together to reduce the stigma associated with addiction.

Medford Overcoming Addiction vigil

Medford Overcoming Addiction vigil

Medford Overcoming Addiction vigil

Medford Overcoming Addiction vigil

Photos by Daniel Contardo.