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Cupid Splash March 23rd at Revere Beach

  Join us on Saturday, March 23, 2013 at Noon at the Curley Recreation Center in South Boston for the 3rd Annual Harpoon Helps Cupid Splash to benefit Save the Harbor / Save the Bay Because You Love Your Beach! There will also be a splash at 10:00 a.m. on Revere Beach. Register Now www.cupidsplash.com

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REVERE POLAR PLUNGE TO BENEFIT SPECIAL OLYMPICS MASSACHUSETTS

By Christina Jedra, Boston.com correspondent – Special Olympics Massachusetts hosted its annual Polar Plunge on Feb. 23 with simultaneous events at Revere and Nantasket beaches. Special Olympics Massachusetts said the plunges are the biggest fundraiser for the organization, raising almost 10 percent of its revenue. Pictured at the Revere Beach Plunge is Michael Forte, who was a costume contest favorite. Forte, a first-time plunger, said he would definitely continue to participate in the event. See more images here:   http://www.boston.com/yourtown/revere/2013/02/23/revere-polar-plunge-benefit-special-olympics-massachusetts/odHBLrIWCeYjWs15Fr6smO/story.html      

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Revere, Everett awaiting dealers’s choice – Two Cities vie for Casino -by Kathy McCabe Boston Globe staff

They are two old cities with deep roots in Italy. One is known for its crescent-shaped beach on the cold Atlantic, the other for its scrappy port on the north bank of the Mystic River. Revere and Everett are now the battleground in a competition between two Las Vegas titans for the sole resort casino license available in Eastern Massachusetts. 

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Seasons Greetings to All of Our Visitors to RevereBeach.com

Winter has arrived and the Holidays are keeping us all pretty busy!  It seems like the Holidays come in waves first it was Halloween, next Thanksgiving and then on to Chanukuh and now Christmas! Depending on your own perspective New Years is either a great beginning or an incredible culmination of a dizzying time of the year!  Happy Holidays to All ! Santa will be good to you I hope? We’d like to extend our warm wishes and thanks to all of our visitors here at RevereBeach.com for sharing your time with us and many of your wonderful Revere Beach memories.

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Preeminent Non-Profit Performing Arts Institution Will Partner With Future Resort Casino to Promote Arts, Entertainment and Cultural Experiences

BOSTON—December 18, 2012–In an historic national partnership between a resort casino venue and a city’s leading non-profit entertainment and cultural arts institution, Suffolk Downs/Caesars Entertainment (NASDAQ: CZR) and the Citi Performing Arts Center today announced an agreement giving the Citi Center a key role in collaborating on the entertainment and cultural activities at a future resort casino if Suffolk Downs is successful in earning a license to develop a world-class destination.

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Pop Warner Cheerleaders on Championship Quest

Three Revere Junior Patriots Pop Warner cheerleading squads are already among the best in New England. The 55 cheerleaders, ages 8 to 15, and three coaching staffs will now have the opportunity to earn the title of best in the United States at the 2012 National Cheer Championships that are being held in Lake Buena Vista, Florida in December.

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City Mourns Passing of Ann Fedele RSCHP Founding Member

News about the sudden and unexpected death of one of the city’s most dedicated volunteers to historical and cultural causes hit many friends, colleagues, and family members particularly hard earlier this week. Ann Fedele, founding member of the Revere Society for Cultural and Historic Preservation (RSCHP) and active and outspoken member on a host of other committees and organizations, died late Sunday night due to complications from a heart aneurysm, according to her friend Len Piazza.

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Veterans Day 2012: A day to reflect on sacrifices and values

POPLARVILLE — In the 11th month, the 11th day, and at the 11th hour, of the year 1918 WWI ended. In the minds of the American people, it was fought to end all wars. Unfortunately, a second world war occurred in which more than four hundred thousand soldiers died. Armistice Day was renamed “Veteran’s Day” in order to pay tribute and honor all who had served in America’s wars. President Eisenhower signed the bill proclaiming November 11 as Veteran’s Day.

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