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Everett Community Art Walk artist announced


Integral Arts Everett is proud to announce artists have been chosen to be featured in the upcoming Everett Community Art Walk.

“We received a stunning array of applications, and we are truly inspired by the level of artistry, hard work, and talent among our applicants. We couldn’t be more proud to showcase their work,” Says Karyn Alzayer, Founder and Board President of Integral Arts Everett.

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Frederick D. Caruso (Freddy)

Loved family, classic rock music

Frederick D. Caruso (Freddy), 70, of Malden, MA, passed away on September 12, 2021.

Born in Winthrop, Massachusetts on June 18, 1951, the son of Frederick and Janet (Trabucco) Caruso. Freddy attended Everett High School graduating in 1969.

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Primary decision – Vote

SEPTEMBER 12: Mayoral candidate Gerly Adrien waves to passing cars on Glendale Street. (Photo by Jim Mahoney)

September 21 is Primary day, cast a ballot, it’s your right, select 2 candidates

By JOSH RESNEK

Barring the unforeseen consequences of last-minute revelations and surprises, very little the candidates do at this point will change many hearts and minds of enough voters to make a difference next Tuesday.

Most of the voters who will come out have already made up their minds.

All three mayoral candidates have identified their respective votes.

The job of them getting them all to vote in next Tuesday’s primary is what matters most.

On Tuesday night at about 8:30 p.m., the city’s voters will have chosen the finalists for the November election.

This is to say, about 5,200 to 5,500 of the city’s estimated 23,000 registered voters will decide who is running in the November election.

Who will it be?

Will it be the mayor and Gerly Adrien?

Will it be the mayor and Fred Capone?

Will it be Adrien and Capone?

What matters most about the final outcome on September 21 is who scores the biggest vote and how close was the second-place finisher?

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