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Friday, February 17, 2006

Features

Carlisle students traveled back to the color-segregated South of the 1950s and '60s last week in Corey Auditorium, as they watched the life and times of Martin Luther King, Jr. jump from the pages of history. ...more

Say the word "India" and almost overwhelming numbers of images and ideas come to mind. A nation of 1.1 billion people, India is a modern democracy with an ancient history that is still palpable in its architecture, religions, and culture, or perhaps cultures is the better word. As Anjli Trehan, a member of the steering committee for Carlisle's March ...more

"Mom, I'm bored. There's nothing to do." Will you be hearing this complaint next week? School vacation week is usually a challenge for at-home parents and often a nightmare for working parents. To minimize the repetitive refrains of "I'm bored," here are some places in our area to visit with your children or grandchildren next week. The ...more

Name: The spinulose woodfern, also known as the toothed woodfern, is Dryopteris spinulosa. The genus name comes from the Greek "drys" meaning oak and 'pteris' meaning fern. These ferns are usually found in oak woods. "Spinulosa'"means bearing small spines and may refer to the little scales on the stalk — but ...more

The Cambridge Society for Early Music (CSEM) will present its second Chamber Music by Candlelight concert of the season this Saturday night, February 18 at Union Hall at 8 p.m. The concert, titled "The Beautiful Strange Pearl," features Emlyn Ngai, baroque violin, and Jeannette Sorrell, harpsichord, playing the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and ...more


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