Let 'em laugh while they can Let 'em spin, let 'em scatter in the wind I have been to the movies, I've seen how it ends And the joke's on them -- Brandi Carlile, "The Joke." Last Friday night, I was
Scenes from the Second Parish
It all started when Google canceled Stadia... Actually, it all started when Google announced that they would transition Chrome to Manifest V3... Now that I think about it, I think it was when Google canceled Reader... Of the 200 or so of you who read this, maybe 25 of you
I don't open Facebook too too often, but seeing yet another post decrying roundabouts, this time about the traffic circle going in at the McCracken/Greenwood intersection, made me want to open that can of worms once more. Plus, if you watched the Planning Board meeting earlier this
Nothing new on the site today, but it's Banned Books Week, so I am sharing this column I wrote for the Millbury-Sutton Chronicle in April about a failed censorship effort at our hometown library. The situation received regional attention both positive and negative, and while the books were
I think my favorite part of living in a small town with a rich history is the nearly countless number of rabbit holes you can fall into, and the things you find as a result. On my laptop, I have a lot of internet browser tabs open, either with research
Jeff Raymond's new column for The Bramanville Tribune debuts with a treatise on small towns, Slush Puppies, and the importance of a local news outlet that is willing to cover them both.