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Graveyards: Providing the living with insight into the past
The Spoon River Anthology, published by Masters in 1914, takes the reader through the graveyard of the fictitious small town of Spoon River. His use of short free-form poems collectively describe the townspeople, their journeys through life, their final resting places, and their last signatures—headstones.
09.27.2012Deltaville’s maritime park fest offers something for everyone
Sometimes called the “Best Little Festival on the Middle Peninsula,” the 9th annual Holly Point Art & Seafood Festival in Deltaville has expanded by adding a wine and cheese court. The main festival will be held Saturday, October 13, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
09.27.2012Wings, Wheels & Keels
Barnhardt knew Hummel Field was an asset to Middlesex County. And, he speculated that a public event at the airport may be what was needed. It turned out his hunch was right. Since 1996, tens of thousands of people have come to Topping in September for the “Wings & Wheels” festival to reflect on those classic vehicles of their youth while at the same time getting up-close looks at some unusual and classic aircraft.
08.30.2012Crop of the Bay: Homegrown Oysters
Mark Boswell is a real maverick. Most weekdays, he’s a salesman for an Ohio-based company covering a region that spans the northeast to southern states. On Sundays he steps into the role of interim preacher at Maple Grove Baptist Church in Foxwells. And in between, he’s an oyster farmer with a start-up business operating as Fleet’s Island Oyster Company.