Monthly Archives: December 2014

Just tellin’ ya…

I don’t want to make this into a big deal because it’s the holiday season and frankly, there is life beyond politics.        Some of the most unpleasant people to be around are those who delve into such things.       Everything in … Continue reading

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Advocacy Page

It’s not complete but should be by New Year’s. 2015 is going to be a rough year politically.     Those who are ‘righteous**’ are going to be kicking up a lot of dust and fire and smoke if they want to … Continue reading

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Don’t let them cause you to miss it!

The Old South is going to have a candlelight service on Christmas Eve at 7:00. And no one knows it! They reflect the same attitude that seems to pervade our city.      We as a community have kick-ass events, and commercial, cultural … Continue reading

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Up Your Game!

I’m not here to cause trouble (this time) but I want to warn every non-governmental organization in town.        The Mayor is seeking to suck dry the CPA funds and send the whole lot into the city’s control. We saw in … Continue reading

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A Passion for History

As pressed as I was this weekend (Had to work on Saturday), I managed to get to some of the activities this weekend that I hold important.      The Invitation Night had to be of great success – my conclusions were … Continue reading

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What a weekend! December 5-6-7, 2014

Why is it that good things run in bunches!?! There is so much going on this weekend – if you want to experience the very best that Newburyport has to offer – you’ll have to do a dead-run, and go to … Continue reading

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