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October 2010

Troy Clarkson's Falmouth | BLOG | October 30, 2010 11:03 AM
 What happens when politician works together for our local interest We've heard much during this election cycle about who not to vote for,...
Buckley's Blog | BLOG | October 28, 2010 09:20 AM
More press on our web series with WGBH.  Check out this week's article by Jennifer Sexton in The Cape Cod Chronicle: The response of WGBH...
Buckley's Blog | BLOG | October 24, 2010 07:27 PM
HIT AND RUN HISTORY begins its WGBH web series of biographies on the Columbia Expedition. British Royal Marine under Captain James Cook...
Off-the-Shelf | BLOG | October 24, 2010 11:07 AM
Some "near-final" thoughts on the poet, writer, essayist, blueberry picker Thomas J. McSheey. Yes, I know that months ago I had promised a...
Troy Clarkson's Falmouth | BLOG | October 23, 2010 07:50 AM
  I used to think I had all the answers.  I suppose to a certain degree, we all housed a certain degree of that youthful hubris, believing...
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Cape Eyes | BLOG | October 20, 2010 10:11 PM
Back in the dawn of time - well, OK, in 1994 - I was the executive producer of an exciting bit of movie making called "The Tablet Newspaper...
Buckley's Blog | BLOG | October 20, 2010 08:48 PM
“It’s OK to look.” That was the slogan of Match.com, the online dating site. A little creepy, I thought when I first saw their ads on TV....
Buckley's Blog | BLOG | October 19, 2010 11:28 AM
It has been a crazy ride for this scrappy band of Cape Codders.  Our series, Hit and Run History:  The Columbia Expedition, has gone from...
Off-the-Shelf | BLOG | October 17, 2010 01:15 AM
Late night musings ... i) The other day I did a life-size drawing of God in pastel. It was on a really, really big piece of paper. ii) Got...
Troy Clarkson's Falmouth | BLOG | October 16, 2010 10:23 AM
I remember when they called it "Longshank."  The development know known as Esker Place over on Sam Turner Road in Hatchville was, in its...
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