The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, December 20, 2002

Features

During the past year, the Mosquito has celebrated its 30th anniversary by spot-lighting some of the elements that have made the paper what it is today. But no such retrospective would be complete without remembering the late Kay Kulmala, who served as news editor from 1983 to 1989. Born Katharine Adams in 1921, Kay was an imposing person at first meeting, ...more

The walls at the Gleason Library are a buttery, but plain, white. For the next two months, they will provide a subdued foil for some very imaginative artists. The library will feature "The Fixed & the Fluid" exhibit, works from over a dozen artists in a variety of media represented by the Alpers Fine Art Gallery in Andover, Massachusetts. The ...more

Do you see what I see: junk mail ...more

About a year ago, I caught myself in a moment of genuine hypocrisy. "I always make truffles at Christmas time," I like to tell people whenever the subject of holiday traditions comes up, and I admit that I can get a little bit smug about it. "Every December, I make dozens of chocolate truffles, then put them in little tins or decorative bags ...more

You don't always have to travel to Boston for great music. Just last Sunday, an excellent big-city quality concert was offered and enjoyed right in Concord. Founded by Boston Symphony Orchestra violinist (and Carlisle resident) Wendy Putnam almost three years ago, the Concord Chamber Music Society, which tried out several local venues, appears to have found ...more

On Friday evening, January 10, at 7:30 p.m., Boston's Symphony Hall will be filled with music performed by students from the Concord-Carlisle High School and students from the Hokkaido Sapporo Shiroishi High School from Japan. Few venues can match Symphony Hall for its prestige, and recognition as one of the world's greatest acoustic settings. The Concord-Carlisle ...more


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