The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, July 16, 2010


“When in the Course of human events...”

It was Sunday morning, July 4, 20 minutes before noon, when people began to arrive at the Revolutionary War Memorial for the reading of the Declaration of Independence and the reading of the names of those 16 Carlisle Minutemen who marched to Concord to fight the British at the Old North Bridge on April 19, 1775, at the beginning of the Revolutionary War. ...more

Pass a cool hour at Gleason Public Library’s “Summer Salon”

A few local residents openly admit to taking a break from the summer heat by visiting the Gleason Library and enjoying a quiet hour among the latest literature and up-to-date air-conditioning. A leisurely stroll of the art exhibit at the Gleason entitled “Summer Salon” can complement that library visit for those looking to learn about current artistic trends ...more

White stretch limos at Kimballs. Is someone recording at Blue Jay Studios?

Rihanna…Pink…The Pussycat Dolls. All recently in Carlisle. Nope, they didn’t come for the ice cream; or even Old Home Day. They were working. ...more

Biodiversity Corner: Scarlet Tanager

Name: The Scarlet Tanager is named for the male of the species which is predominantly scarlet in the breeding season. The rest of the year its plumage is more like that of the female – a much less conspicuous greenish yellow. This coloration is captured in the binomial, Piranga ...more

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