The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 8, 2002


When John Proctor Davis built his farm in 1870, he couldn't have envisioned the future business that would one day thrive within the large barn next to his home at 549 Bedford Road. Even so, one gets the feeling Davis would approve. History and respect for the past are not only evident in the care provided for the original buildings portions of which date back to the 1700s but also are manifested in the property's current identity as the home of Carlisle Antiques, owned by John and Tina Kyprianos. ...more

Concord-Carlisle High School is a place where success in sports is often expected, and often achieved. This year's crop of winter athletes did not disappoint, and many of them were student athletes from the town of Carlisle. Student athletes from Carlisle have always had a major influence in sports at the high school, and this season was by no means any different. ...more

Name: Marginal Woodfern or Dryopteris marginalis, a.k.a. Leatherleaf Woodfern. ...more

Finally, a definitive scientific report, agreed to by 99.9% of the world's top 1000 climatologists, has been published on the effects of humans on the climate. The conclusions are grim: mankind is adversely affecting the environment in dramatic fashion. Global temperature is going to rise between 5 and 10 degrees F in this century, a tremendous amount in such a relatively short period of time. Exactly how much within this range depends on how much the world can reduce greenhouse gas emissions. ...more

Gay Wind Campbell possesses an uncanny ability to find color. The photographer can zero in on a minuscule rainbow bird overwhelmed in the vastness of an open landscape. She can isolate brilliant shades of color by a weathered park bench. She can capture the fleeting moment when twilight turns somber skies to violet in a cropped archway. Her vibrant colors seem unrealistic in her photographic compositions. ...more

2002 The Carlisle Mosquito