Winchester Star – THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK: ‘Legally Blonde’ at Next Door Theater
http://nedviznosti.net/fr-BE/vikingsmobile_29-05-2020 Catch Maria Pintone-Taliaferro of Salon Estetica on Friday, May 10; Julie from Salon Siebella on Saturday, May 11; Tom Easterwood of Katana Salon and Spa on Thursday, May 16; Rosina DiBenedetto of Salon Rosina on Friday, May 17; and Suzanne Venezlano of Phoenix Salon & Spa on Saturday, May 18.
The musical is based on the 2001 movie and book of the same name. Seating is reserved at $30 for adults, $22 for seniors and $15 for students. The show runs through May 18.
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circus sport WHAT ‘Legally Blonde: the musical’
WHERE Next Door Theater, 40 Cross St free games online no downloads.
http://svenskcrosskart.se/nl-NL/duurste-vakantie_12-02-2020 INFO nextdoortheater.org or 781-729-NEXT
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Winchester Star – WINCHESTER BUSINESS LEADER: Rosina DiBenedetto
When Rosina DiBenedetto went on maternity leave last year, many of her clients at Michael’s Hair Design on Main Street were worried she might retire tea online.
Little did they know that when she returned she’d be the salon’s new owner http://atlasfoundation.com/how-to-write-a-cv-for-admission-in-a-university_18-03-2020.
“My clients are excited,” she said. “Now they’re telling me I can have all the children I want, because they know I’ll be back.”
DiBenedetto officially took over as owner on Nov. 1. She’s renaming the business Salon Rosina, and a new sign should be erected sometime in the next few weeks, she said.
The Reading resident, who began working at Michael’s six years ago, said she’d been thinking about opening her own salon for about two years but the timing was never right. But when she heard owner Michael Ferrante wanted to sell, she knew she couldn’t pass up the opportunity to take over the space.
“He liked the idea, especially since he’s able to stay on and work here,” DiBenedetto said. “We spent a few months negotiating, and it worked.”
DiBenedetto spoke with the Star about her career and Salon Rosina’s future.
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