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Hidden Concord: Concord's Mystery Mural
By Kristina Joyce. No one knew much about the mural in the Walden Street post office; we traced its history.

Nathan Brooks, Concord Lawyer
By Leslie Perrin Wilson. Nineteenth century Concord was alive with artisan activity, trade, commerce, and politics. Lawyer Nathan Brooks was privy to much of it.

This Month's Art
Graphics to break the winter blahs...plus, an apology.

Concord Mystery: Whatever Happened to Thoreau's Hut?
By Deborah Bier. Part Two of the history of the house that Henry built.

Letters to the Editor
From our electronic mailbag: a last message; Denmark, leafpeeping, and clashing colors.

Valentine Poem, Part 1
By Connie Tonsgard. A sensual verse for Valentine's Day.

Valentine Poem, Part 2
By Christopher Roof. This popular Concord writer offers a bit of Valentine lightheartedness.

Concord Cooking: A Wild Ride Harvesting Wild Rice
By Deborah Bier. The first in a series about food and Concord: a canoe ride down the Sudbury was the first step in this fiasco. Submit your own stories and recipes!

In the Writing Tradition: Except for Henry
By Bonnie Allison. A Thoreauvian parable inspired by a real gardening experience.

Hidden Concord: Senseless Act Begets Revenge and Propaganda
By D. Michael Ryan. An atrocity at the North Bridge during the Concord Fight has long-reaching repercussions.

Community Concern: Year 2000 Preparation - Start NOW!
By the Concord Y2K Study Committee. Preparing for the advent of the Year 2000 bug should not wait 'til next fall. Start NOW!"

Thoreau Almanac
The start of a new monthly feature: a quote from Walden and a Concord scene, both appropriate to the season.

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