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Friday, January 23, 2009


COVER TO COVER COLLOQUY. Discussion group participants exchange views on Fareed Zakaria’s The Post American World at a Community Read book event. Left to right are Gwen Charter, Jenn Albanese, Ann Rosas, Heather Hedden and Mary Zoll. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

INSPIRATIONAL INTERPRETATION. Jaimie Laird, left, from the Perkins School for the Blind, shares her knowledge with children at the Carlisle Kids’ House about how a vision and hearing impaired person learns to live a rich and rewarding life. Her sign interpreter is at right. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

SOUTHEAST ASIAN CUISINE. E Sok Woodward, chef at Modern Cultural Cooking in Lowell, shared her in-depth knowledge of Southeast Asian Cuisine as well as the customs and heritage of Cambodian culture last week in the Hollis Room of Gleason Public Library as part of the January Community Read event. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

GLEASON LIBRARY WELCOMES BIG SOUND. The CCHS “Taiko After Dark” Japanese Taiko drumming group added another international dimension to Carlisle’s Community Read celebration in the Hollis Room last week. Performers, left to right, are Dario Fiorentine, Mark O’Toole, Larry Rubin and Luke Anagnostopoulos. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

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