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Friday, February 6, 2009


Panel considers the post-American world

Eighty people turned out on Thursday evening, January 22, in Union Hall to participate in a panel discussion on globalization based on Carlisle’s Community Read book choice, Fareed Zakaria’s The Post-American World. Panel moderator Glen Urban, Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s David Austin Professor of ...more

Carolyn’s cuisine: Heartwarming food for Valentine’s Day

From a cooking perspective, I love the placement of Valentine’s Day on the calendar; it falls in the heart of winter (no pun intended), far enough past the December holidays that all feelings of being saturated with sweets and rich foods have passed. Although cooking a Valentine’s feast for your one special sweetheart might be the most traditional way to ...more

Biodiversity Corner: Black Birch

February is Black History Month and this gave me the idea of having a black natural history month and looking at the role of some of the black organisms in town, starting with the Black Birch, a native of Eastern North America. ...more

Into the Woods, Jr. opens in Carlisle on February 10

The process for the seventh grade play has begun in a flourish. This year’s play is Into the Woods, Junior, which is many fractured fairy tales, such as “Cinderella,” “Little Red Riding Hood,” “Rapunzel” and “Jack and the Beanstalk.” The fantastic play is a story with dancing and singing, while everyone in the play is searching for something. ...more

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