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More TV-free Concord Activities
By Mimi Doe. Continuing with more local things adults and children to enjoy together.
Please Don't Eat the Lilies!
By John Althouse. What is eating the asiatic lilies in Concord? What can be done about it?
Concord Mystery: Tracing the Source of Walden's Waters
By Eugene Walker. The author solved the ancient mystery of where the water in Walden Pond comes from.
Hidden Concord - The Concord Town House: When a House is not a Hall
By D. Michael Ryan. Our Town House houses our municipal government, but dont' call it town hall!
In the Writing Tradition: The Kidnapping of Frank Sanborn, Part 2
By Thomas Foran Clark. We pick up where we left off last month with this story: mid-abduction.
Avoid Costly Mistakes on Your Business Website
By Deborah Bier. Avoid some of the common (and costly) pitfalls of a poorly-designed business Website.
Hunting for Prehistoric Stones Tools in Concord
By Peter Waksman. From an active amateur archeologist living in Concord and a hunter of prehistoric stone tools in our fields and forests.
Why Blocking Software is Not the Answer
By Deborah Bier, director of SurfSmart! Don't make the mistake of thinking blocking software is going to keep your kids safe on the Internet. Here's why.
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