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Camp Edwards To House Immigrant Children

Summer Catch! 

You may have heard about the Children's Immigration Crisis on the TV. Thousands of unaccompanied children are migrating from Central America to the United States, overwhelming the services that are there to provide for humane treatment and processing. America is faced with a Brown Tide of poor children crossing into America, but that's Texas' problem, right?

What was that, you say?

Barnstable Today: Thursday July 17, 2014

Town Council meets tonight, Hyannis West Elementary School gets the green light to continue it’s community garden, and a state grant will help fund a day shelter for the homeless.

Buy Smack, Get Smacked!

Heroin Deal/Robbery Again Gets Violent In Bourne

Bourne police happened upon quite a scene yesterday, as the proverbial Drug Deal Gone Wrong went down at Cohasset Avenue. In the end, a lady got punched in the face, some dude threatened her with a rock, police intervened, and a lovely young lady was found with a bra full of drugs.

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Congee Soup: The Widely Eaten Food of Asia

We are reading and learning more and more about China these days. So I thought you might enjoy knowing about, and hopefully tasting the historic Chinese delight called Congee or Jook which dates from 221 BC. Like a porridge or soup, Congee is considered a one-dish meal that is delicious, easy to consume and to digest. The dish consists of thick boiled rice soup or other grains cooked with plenty of water or broth, rather than fat, and flavored with an assortment of meats, vegetables and aromatics.

Barnstable Today: Wednesday July 16th, 2014

The park at Veteran’s Beach in Hyannis will soon be getting an upgrade, a state grant will help fund a day program in Hyannis for the homeless, and we learn more about the town’s revenue fund with Finance Director Mark Milne.

Clarification

We need to clear the air, and established some boundaries.

When I present a topic, it is for the purpose of having people exchange their opinions on the topic.

I discuss things with my friends from all over the globe all the time, and I would enjoy what people whom I do not know have to say locally.

Charlie's Eye And Our Public Libraries

     On June 29, a Sunday evening, I bumped into The Duxbury Clipper's talented, John-Singer-Sargent-related editorial cartoonist, Charlie Rogerson, at a local doughnut shop, near its closing time. The man on duty offered us a free doughnut from those he was about to throw out.