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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- October 2, 2015

It's that time again. Our city is inundated with orange, reds and yellows ...

Shirley Rabb

Publisher for this issue is Kay McCarte

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Pope Francis' visit provokes a very old memory.
by Joe Sullivan
... recollections of a shopping trip at a religious goods store located directly across from the Walls of the Vatican

Changing of the seasons
by Shirley Rabb
... the end of summer

Speaking of jokes ...
from Florence Shea
... continuing the quest for levity ...

A fresh view of Gloucester
from Don Norris
... no story today, just the pix, ma'am ....

When you're really down, look to your friends
from Don Norris
... Perhaps Lahey Clinic will pull me through again!

Tea time
by Debbi Collar
the history, the science and the taste of tea

Write us - we're 20!
by Debbi Collari
please send us your written memories of The Melrose Mirror as we celebrate 20 years of publication

A tribute to Jim Falzarano
By Ed Boyd
... a real good guy

Photos, sketches, pictures from Don's collection
from Don Norris
.. there's not much to say, but artwork of some kind

The Great Debate
by Betty Rossi
... The Great Debate is not between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

Did you know?
by Florence Shea
... lingerie, dead shrew, Thomas Edison

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