Another mouse in the house
Thoughts while shaving
Almost ran into a thousand pound pumpkin
Today's hot spots
a sneak peak
at what's in this issue ...
... the horror and hilarity of Halloween ...
... in love with a donkey???
Mon dieu, il est mort!
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- November 4, 2011
Among the several major updates that fall under the city's title of "a green community", are the special low voltage bulbs in the victorian lamposts, downtown. Note the difference in the "white" light, compared to the standard orange lights ... and take comfort in the savings in the cost of operation. And be sure to read Stringer Joan Alcala's interview with the city's energy chief, below.
Publisher for this issue is Kay McCarte
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by Joan Alcala
... an interview with Manager Martha Grover at City Hall
Talk about Halloween -- dig these get-ups!
Last look: Halloween fantasies, 2011
Putting away her dancing shoes ...
Maine excursion: a lovable donkey
What a crew
Stringer witness bust down to Maine
A day of honor for World War II veterans
Time to go
On Being Unemployed in a Jobless Era
More on things my mother used to say
What you think about when you're thinking about teaching
The day before the storm ...
Memories of Thanksgivings past
A Thanksgiving Dinner - 1940's
Re-living the French and Indian War
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Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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