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In the Writing Tradition: The "Kidnapping" of Frank Sanborn, Part 1
By Tom Foran Clark, from a work in progress -- The Significance of Being Frank: The Life and Times of Franklin Benjamin Sanborn.

Spiritual Parenting: Teaching Tolerance
By Mimi Doe. Tools for teaching spiritual and religious tolerance to children, plus a special Concord activity for adults and children to enjoy together.

Everyday Technology: Groceries and More With Streamline
By Deborah Bier. Is this online grocery service a good choice to expand the limited choices we have in Concord?

Hidden Concord: Concord, Slaves and Two Fights for Freedom
By D. Michael Ryan. Before they gained their own freedom, slaves owned by Concordians helped their masters free themselves from England.

The Somewhat Secret Garden at the North Bridge
By Samantha Wilson. A delightful garden overlooks the Old North Bridge, yet many visitors don't know it's there. See it here in full bloom.

Non-Native Aquatic Plant Legislation
By State Senator Susan C. Fargo. These plants are choking our waterways, reducing biodiversity and creating environmental chaos. Read about her new legislation aimed at combating this problem.

Reproductive Rumba
By Deborah Bier. Just WHO is doing that dance over in the Great Meadows all through the month of June?

Hazardous Driving in Concord
By Anthony Dorman. Many visitors come to Concord for a pleasant drive and to enjoy the scenery. But there can be a lot of frustration and danger on some of our roads.

Great Grapes!
By Deborah Bier. The purple mouths of America salute the Concord Grape!

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Favorite Concord views and quotes. This time: Poet William Ellery Channing and Spiritual Freedom.

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