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Poet Bouvard shares poems, hard truths

By James Kinneen Hometown Weekly Reporter On Thursday night, February 14, the Wellesley Library hosted former Brandeis professor, author of twelve nonfiction books, and poet Marguerite Bouvard, who read from her new book of poetry, “The Flame of Life.” There were many different subjects broached in the works she read. However, it was the plight of migrants...
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Medfield composer prepares MHS-commissioned work

By Chris McCue Potts Hometown Weekly Contributor Growing up in Agawam, Mass., with a musician for a father, and music a part of his everyday life, it’s no surprise that accomplished composer, music educator and performer Justin Casinghino, and his wife, Nicole, also a music educator, chose Medfield as a place to raise their family. “We...
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Jankowski presenting on Verdun, WWI

The Dover Historical Society has announced that popular speaker, author and Brandeis University Professor Paul Jankowski will return to Dover on Wednesday, October 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the Dover Library, Lower Level. His topic will be: "Verdun: WWI’s Ironic, Iconic Battle." Dr. Jankowski has received wide acclaim for his recently published book on Verdun which,...
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Needham artist’s work headed to London

Gorse Mill Studios artist Karen Krieger’s atmospheric landscape paintings will be on display as part of the Prince and Pilgrim’s Winter Exhibition in London from February 22-25 at the Stable Gallery, 174 Kew Road, TW9 2AS, UK (PrinceandPilgrim.com). Krieger’s London premier features contemplative work with her signature interplay of mist and mountains, both representational and...
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Temple Aliyah-Cappella Concert a success

Shir Appeal of Tufts University was one of three collegiate Jewish a cappella groups who sang at the Temple Aliyah-Cappella concert on December 2. The concert, which also featured Kol Echad from Boston University and Manginah from Brandeis University, raised more than $2,100 to benefit the Jewish community in Puerto Rico for rebuilding following the...
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Chiodo selected for Youth Summit

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Brandeis University announced that Grace Chiodo will represent Bishop Feehan High School and Massachusetts at the Global Youth Summit on the Future of Medicine. "The next generation of health care providers will practice in an environment hard to imagine just a few years ago. Leading-edge science is rapidly changing the daily practice of health...
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