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Ray Fellows January 28, 2014 at 10:30 am
This is why I dont watch awards shows. You cant offend Christians, we only have to respect liberalsRead More feelings.
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Gun Rights September 28, 2013 at 07:22 am
The timing of this article is interesting since it was a couple days ago a 9 year old brought aRead More handgun, knife, ammo, and a hammer to school. Obviously its the parents fault, but the kid said it was cause of minecraft. http://www.wftv.com/news/news/local/student-found-weapons-orange-co-elementary-school/nZ8DK/
Milly Davila July 19, 2013 at 03:32 pm
I want to join that festival ,, I am from Worcester,,What stree or place is gone takeRead More places,,please let me know,,
Mary MacDonald (Editor) July 19, 2013 at 04:00 pm
Sorry, I'll add it. It is taking place at the Portuguese Club property, 119 Prospect Heights,Read More Milford. http://milford-ma.patch.com/groups/events/p/portuguese-picnic
GM March 10, 2013 at 07:58 pm
It's interesting to see how people coming at this book from different starting points react to itRead More differently. I was introduced to Flatland years ago when I was in college by either a Math professor or a Physics professor (can't remember which for sure). When read from a starting perspective that the book is an exercise in describing an alternative existence (which fortunately for the author was made simpler by taking one of our three dimensions away) the story introduces an intriguing framework for defining a society. For me, the book's insights hinged less on what the author was saying about social issues we face in our three-dimensional existence and more on the idea of "seeing" how the nature of this two-dimensional world led its inhabitants to adopt social conventions that might seem absurd to us, but that were developed as solutions - sensible or not - to real dilemmas faced in Flatland. I came away from the book thinking about how silly some of our solutions might look to a being that was capable of seeing a further dimension of reality beyond our three-dimensional perspective.
Brenda Wheelock February 27, 2013 at 12:20 am
Totally "Roadrunner" for all the suburban Boston references. But, if there were a stateRead More band, my vote goes to The Real Kids.
Milford01757 February 27, 2013 at 01:32 am
James Taylor, sweet baby James.
Kris Davis February 20, 2013 at 04:56 pm
What beautiful work! We should be very proud of our art students and their teachers here in Milford.Read More The quality of these pieces reflect not only the great talent of these kids, but also a willingness to put in a very large amount of time and and hard work. Clearly, it all paid off because the end results are fabulous. Great job!!!
David Nolta February 12, 2013 at 12:22 am
I just saw it. I am eager to know what you thought about the ending... No spoiler alertRead More needed--there are no surprises in the ending--you know the ending from the beginning. But the image of the daughter in the study--what do you think it meant? GREAT FILM. But yes, deeply disturbing and sad.
Caitlin Calahan February 2, 2013 at 04:21 am
Dennis, you're absolutely right. I should never have given into the temptation to respond to such anRead More ignorant person who can't see the bigger picture or understand that what the mom said were excerpts from whole conversations. It's people like that who try to rob you of the positive experience and growth that comes from participating in programs such as Beyond Scared Straight. Jesse has learned what his life would be like if he had continued on the path he was on. He has grown and matured immensely over the past year since the show was taped and I'm sure his moms support and influence played a part in that growth. Cudos to Jesse for having the guts to volunteer to participate. Thank you for your support.
Myd Nevins February 2, 2013 at 05:44 am
While I don't necessary agree with deleting the story, I do agree that the general nature of theRead More television business these days is to generate controversy and debate to gain and keep viewer's interest. Even if that means taking things out of context and creative editing.
Anonymous2 March 9, 2013 at 11:22 pm
True, there's always more than meets the eye on reality TV, but putting yourself in the spotlight byRead More going on a nationally televised show will bring scrutiny and judgement. Caitlin, you are not the only one with opinions here and you should be a little more respectful of others opinions too. That doesn't make "Anonymous" ignorant to make his/her opinions known in a comments section.
Ray Fellows January 21, 2013 at 03:43 pm
As a nonprofit, we went to this event. Nice facility, good food. But the problem still remains thatRead More very few people watch public access tv. We have done programs on publicaccess before that no one ever saw! The quality doesnt matter, unless your kid is on, people dont care.
harry platcow January 21, 2013 at 04:21 pm
Give them something that's promoted to a fare-thee-well in the papers, and radio and make itRead More entertaining. People will make it part of their TV watching schedule. It's like knowing that Criminal Minds is on channel 52 at 7:00 through 9:00 (I really don't know). I'll hopefully will be producing a jazz program featuring local musicians.
Samantha Morris January 21, 2013 at 05:18 pm
I've always wanted to tell the weather...so if they need some weather people that would be fun!