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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- July 4, 2014
D-Day vet Irv Smolens, long a resident (with wife Edith) of Melrose, stepped out of line as President Barack Obama strode by during Veterans' Day exercises in Washington. Yes, this is the same Irv Smolens who, for many years, painted with words in the "Melrose Mirror" what he had seen and experienced ever since he had landed on French soil. At the Veteran's Day program, we believe the President's own cameraman caught our Irving as he boldly stepped forward, offered a hand to the President, saying something like, "Mr. President, I want to commend you for keeping our nation free from warfare" -- an editor's translation.
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Lydia Davis philosophical investigation
The highs and lows of living in Melrose
Unlike every day
Main Street/Fare vs. Fair
Studying Ken Burns in the woods of New Hampshire
Milton's Drug Store
I love the written word
The Rockets' Red, Blue or Gold Flares
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Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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