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Five Questions: Comedian Lisa Lampanelli

SD: Was your plan from the beginning to be controversial or did it just naturally evolve? And how do you feel about being labeled the “Lovable Queen of Mean?”alt

LL: I don’t think any comedic ends up were they start. Rosanne Barr probably wasn’t thinking she would be labeled the “Domestic Goddess” when she started. You just see where it takes you, and what is fun and comfortable for you. I have a bad mouth and I like interacting with the crowd. Any label I can achieve is a badge of honor.

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SALE OF A LIFE ESTATE IN THE MASSHEALTH CONTEXT

When an individual who possesses a legal life estate desires to sell his or her life estate, he or she is entitled by law to a certain amount of the net sales proceeds. The amount of the net sales proceeds allocated to the life tenant is based upon his or her life expectancy and the interest rates existing at the time of sale of the underlying real estate.

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Malden D.A.V. to Install New Officers

The Disabled American Veterans (D.A.V.) of Malden will be holding their Installation of Officers on Sunday, April 27 at 2 p.m. at D.A.V. Headquarters on Willow Street, Malden. Incoming commander is Air Force Veteran William Lloyd, who served in Vietnam.

   

Running for a Cause

On Friday night, April 18, the Outreach Community and Reform Center (OCRC) of Malden held a community event to honor the victims of the Boston Marathon tragedy. The event was also used to help raise funds to sponsor Leanne Scorzoni, who ran to raise money for Massachusetts General Hospital’s Oncology Unit. The event’s live auction and donations helped raise $2,500 for Sister Leanne’s cause. Mayor Gary Christenson was joined by Police Chief Kevin Molis, and they thanked Leanne and the Sisters Committee of the OCRC for their commitment to this worthwhile cause and for all they do for Malden.alt

   

Collision on Zakim Bridge Claims Life of Malden Taxi Driver

Afemale cab driver was killed in a fiery collision early Monday morning on the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge. The deceased, identified as Debra Sarno by the Massachusetts State Police, was the disabled taxi’s sole occupant when it was hit by a tractor-trailer. Chelsea resident Sarno, 54, was pronounced dead on the scene; the truck driver sustained minor injuries.

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