Progress on the new Middle School project
Quick, quick, pass me the camera ...
Yikes! Raw oysters
REASEARCHER Matti Rantanen of Helsinki (via MIT) -- our featured Person of the Month -- offered the Stringers a new job as guinea pigs, and has sent us scurrying through the forests and back alleys of Melrose in search of secret caches. See the story at the right.
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- August 5, 2005
A FAMILY AFFAIR: The whole family gets into the act with this revealing interview of Melrose's own Ben DiMattia. First off, the interview was done by Grandma Carol Nelson, noted writer for the SilverStringers. Second, Mother Laura DiMattia made this delightful digital photo. And third, it's Ben himself who, at age ten, suddenly becomes a star with precise plans for his future.
Photo by Laura DiMattia
Publisher for this issue is Kay McCarte
Stringers discover new activity, "geocaching"
Washington D. C. 2nd time around
9:29ers Banjo Club
DNA Research for us all
What school did you went to?
Creating film history
My life as a fashion model
My husband Philip was on LST 218
Sax player, at 80, wants to join the band
Melrose Mirror celebrates its ninth year
Return to Revere Beach
It's the '40s, and a family is headed for The Beach
Our hurricane simply petered out ...
Nantasket - by boat
An event off Nantucket Island
Subscriptions for Protecting, Learning your Computer
Computer Tips August 05
Summer activities abound in Melrose
More about the Silver Stringers
Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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