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Friday, November 6, 2009


Legendary 1955 play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, starting November 6 at 51 Walden Street, Concord.

Carlisle residents play an integral role in the success of the production. Marilyn Cugini is hard at work on marketing and publicity for the show, Allen Bantly is the set builder and Rik Pierce, the Concord Players’ webmaster, is the production photographer. The cast also includes Carlisleans Liam McNeill as Brick, Tom Veirs as Dr. Baugh and Alden and Reilly ...more

Savoyards give swash-buckling performance in Pirates

Next, debark the roller coaster of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and jump on another for the fast-paced, uproarious lunacy of the Savoyard Light Opera Company’s (SLOC) production of the Gilbert and Sullivan classic, The Pirates of Penzance, opening November 13 at Corey Auditorium in the Carlisle Public School. This is also big entertainment, but of a completely different kind. Come prepared to belly laugh, tap your toes and be carried away by one of the most famous musical scores in theater history. ... more


Biodiversity Corner: The Ringneck Snake

Name: The Ringneck snake is Diadophis punctatus. There are several sub-species. The one in our region is the Northern Ringneck Snake or Diadophis punctatus edwardsi. The genus name is cobbled together from the Latin diadema ...more

Over 500 trick-or-treaters prowled the Town Center

It was a busy Halloween with more trick-or-treaters than ever before coming to Carlisle Center. It was also a quiet and safe Halloween. This did not happen by accident. Ferns Country Store proprietor Larry Bearfield, who has been a key person in organizing Halloween in the Center, said, “The cooperation from everybody is always outstanding. That’s what ...more

Carlisle Comments: The Great Recession is over: musing by a two-handed economist

It is over. ...more

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