The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 23, 2003

Features

Thirteen intrepid birders, bundled up in winter coats and gloves, turned out at 6 o'clock on Sunday morning May 18 for the thirty-second ...more

The Carlisle Celebrations Committee is very pleased to have Joshua Klein as our keynote speaker at the Carlisle Memorial Day observances on May 26. Klein, who is a native Bostonian raised on Beacon Hill, is a Navy veteran and a resident of Carlisle. He is currently an executive with IBM Corporation and a Commander in the Navy Reserve. ...more

Award-winning author and Carlisle resident Nancy Garden was the speaker at the Carlisle School's Eighth Annual Education Forum on Saturday, May 17 in the Corey Auditorium. ...more

William Shakespeare could never have anticipated that one day the character of Katherine in his comedy The Taming of the Shrew would be portrayed as a "Goth," wearing shiny black vinyl pants and bright blue lipstick. He could not have foreseen that his Petruchio would attempt to emulate an upscale CEO or that his Bianca would come ...more

Did you ever think about how many keys you have? Let's skip things like The Key to My Heart, The Key to the Puzzle, Church Keys and The Key Word; there are a million of those. I want to get straight into real keys that you can touch, look at and even lose. There are a lot of those too. ...more

Wood anemone, lady's slipper, columbine, jack-in-the-pulpit, trillium. These native wildflowers and others are emerging now in the wetlands, swamps, and woods of Carlisle and if you take time to look for them, you might even find some growing in your own back yard. ...more

Name: Red fox or Vulpes vulpes. Around 1750, the European red fox was introduced. It interbred with the indigenous red foxes. Today, the North American, Asian and European red foxes are considered to be a single species. ...more


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