Monthly Archives: July 2011

Little Foxes Spoil the Grapes

There is a lot of grumbling going on in the City and it has to do with the development at High & Woodland.    People are shocked that such buildings would be allowed in Newburyport that has had zoning restrictions from … Continue reading

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Get deep into Yankee Homecoming Week!

Oh, my gosh!      Some people like to think of this Week as a time of shallowness – tourists eating ice cream, milling about booths where goods are hawked, seeing the fireworks and milling about the town aimlessly. If they have … Continue reading

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Pick your events!

Yankee Homecoming is just too big!     Apparently the YH Committee is kicking out small portions of press releases for the entire week.      Unfortunately, that just doesn’t work for most of us.        With responsibilities and schedules, planning ahead is the only … Continue reading

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Common Sense Wins!

Hurrah for the bike lanes! Now, a typical stuck-in-the-mud bureaucrat would say, “We used a special epoxy for the lines and can’t afford to do it again.”   A political coward, hearing the wrangling of self-centered abutters about how they lost … Continue reading

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Where were the officials from Newburyport’s city government?

Yesterday, was such an amazing day.      A great regional event occurred that has such a positive and long lasting affect on the Greater Newburyport Area that we will feel its affects for many years to come! The little acquisition of … Continue reading

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Parable of the Mosquito

Hear the Parable of the Mosquito.      It doesn’t matter if you try to enjoy your garden or the lovely gardens all around the City or stroll by the seawall.       It seems almost a constant threat of misery to walk our … Continue reading

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Misleading Article

There has been some grumbling out there in the Greater Newburyport Area over the Daily News use of the ‘Hook’.    Trying to put some punch into their paper, this standard Journalist technique has increasingly been used lately. The idea is … Continue reading

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