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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- February 5, 2010

Sweet Thoughts for a sweet tooth

Photo by Carole P. Tate, taken at Sweet Thoughts store, Main Street, Melrose

Publisher for this issue is Louise Fennell

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167-foot tall Wind Turbine under consideration for Mount Hood
by Joe Sullivan
... could be even taller depending on golf course's electric power needs.

Revisiting the "Catcher in the Rye"
by Ed Boyd
... the dead Allie

A labor of love
by Eleanor Jenkins
... a WWII memory.

A sailor's best friend
by John Averell
... a young boy's dream

More about a sailor's signals
from Ed Boyd
... a signalman's experiences

An almost inside dog
by Casa
...this is the season

I Am an Olympic Junkie
by Ann Robbins Talbot
... this is my winter vacation

Arthur Miller's 'All My Sons' performed in Boston in January 2010
by Elizabeth Samit
... a theater review

by Ed Boyd
... while I sing a song for thee.

I wuz thinkin'
by Russ Priestley
... all the information is available

How the Dudes learned me to talk Texas
by Joe Sullivan
... even though I was doin' somethin' else all the while.

What does your keyboard Windows logo do?
by John Averell
... use keyboard shortcuts instead of the mouse


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