The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, November 14, 2003


Name: Quiscalus quiscula, the common grackle. There are regional subspecies. The one in our area is Q. q. versicolor, also called the Bronzed Grackle. ...more

Wonderful chamber music returned to Carlisle on November 6 as The Cambridge Society for Early Music (CSEM) opened its twenty-third season. English Tenor Alastair Thompson and virginal performer (and CSEM president) James Nicholson delighted a St. Irene Church audience in a concert titled "Heights and Depths of the Soul." ...more

The CC Girls U-10 Division 1 soccer team, the Cyclones, finished the fall season with a record of 6-0-2. On their way to an undefeated season, the girls scored 22 goals while giving up only 7. The highlight of the season was the rematch with a very tough Westford team. Following a 1-1 tie with Westford in the first game of the season, CC came on strong to ...more

Where is Carlisle's only stoplight? We posed this question in a recent edition of the Mosquito, and alert reader Dave Ringheiser of Garnet Rock Lane correctly identified its location at 1140 Concord Street. ...more

Have you ever heard of indoor kite flying? All I could think of was kids racing through the house, lamps crashing to the floor, and loud screaming from me. Large fans also entered that thought as well. ...more

2003 The Carlisle Mosquito