The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, February 4, 2005

Features

Last school year (2003-04) the Brophys of West Street took a family sabbatical to Herne Bay in southeastern England. Michael Brophy had moved there from New York City in 1968 with his family when he was about seven, and stayed in the area through college. We went because we could. We wanted the boys, Taylor and Parker, to see what Michael's childhood life ...more

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Tsunami, Tsunami! The words have a lyrical sound, as if waiting to be set to music in some popular song, until they are understood as synonymous with the words, "tidal wave." Prior to the events of one month ago in a number of the Indian Ocean nations, many of us did not understand the significance of the word. Now we do. This horrific tsunami has ...more

This article is the second in a series of three articles about the Chinese tradition in Carlisle today. Events sponsored by the Carlisle Cultural Council will celebrate the Chinese New Year in February. ...more

It is brush burning season again. Before you set the torch, however, you might want to consider the alternatives. While chipping lacks the primal satisfaction of burning, there is a lot to recommend it. Then again simply adding to the small mountain in the back 40 also has its own New England rustic charm. Below is a summary of these options with an emphasis ...more

WIQH, 88.3 FM, is the student-run radio station at the Concord-Carlisle High School. WIQH is on the air at least from 2 to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Hours vary slightly by day with details available in the following schedule and online at www.wiqh.org. ...more


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