Bye, bye birdie
Embracing my inner crone
Century oak tumbles
Casa, the canine journalist, has joined the staff of the Melrose Mirror, translating her doggy messages to her boss (and partner-in-crime) SilverStringer Shirley Rabb. Her first feature of many to come (we hope) is carried in today's issue, so if you're interested in the tales of a talking dog, check out her story in the list of articles at the right. Definitely intelligible. Arf.
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- December 2, 2005
Regardless of individual religions, December seems to be a time for reflection on our basic values. As humans, we should be able to excel and rise above the other animals -- but realistically we have yet to overcome many of our differences. And so we SilverStringers, publishers of the good times Melrose Mirror, wish all peoples of the world a more peaceful, joyous, healthful, understanding and fulfilling holiday. Good luck, World. For names of those Stringers currently active in this joyous monthly publication, click on our montage).
Publisher for this issue is Louise Fennell
Canine capers by Casa: Chapter 1
Couple of light recipes for the holidays
The dog got me
To build a bridge
Bussed back to Boston
Voices from the past
Our two ducklings and F.D.R.
Living in a world of darkness
Rebate problems for PC stuff
Letters, letters, letters ... the Mirror reflects
MSO opens season
Cross the summit, around Towners Pond
The pictures worth a thousand words
Silver Legislature Report - November 17, 2005
War on Christmas
Holiday planning and the latest from Social Security
More about the Silver Stringers
Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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