The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 3, 2000

Features

TriPyramid, the company headed by Tim Eliassen of Virginia Farme Lane, played a major role in the new Hayden Planetarium in New York City. The American Museum of Natural History's new Rose Center for Earth and Space has just opened, with great media attention. The building is a giant sphere, 87 feet in diameter, enclosed in a seven-story high glass box. Eliassen's company, TriPyramid Structures, Inc., in Westford, provided the network of fine stainless steel rods and polished stainless hardware which holds up the huge panes of glass of the cube. ...more

Forum staff writers are elected annually by the board of directors of Carlisle Communications, Inc., publisher of the Mosquito, to provide independent commentary on matters they believe will be of interest to Carlisle citizens. ...more

Think of winter and any New Englander thinks of snow! Whether it is the blustery cold, the ice-covered walkways, one inch of snow or twelve ­ winter weather defines our winter recreation. It would seem that the more things change in our age of technology, the more things stay the same! A hundred years ago, children anticipated ponds freezing over to try new skates and hills covered with snow to test their sleds. ...more


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