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Women Stand Together

Across the country and around the world yesterday, women and our allies rallied to celebrate International Women’s Day. In some places, women refrained from work and/or shopping in order to demonstrate women’s significance to the community and the economy. On … Continue reading

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Infested

You know those cartoon traffic jams where four cars are stuck in an intersection and none of them can move because each one is being blocked by another? Five Corners looked like that a little after midday and I was … Continue reading

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August License Plate Report

Nothing to report. No new plates, no new states. The map is no more green than it was at the end of July. It’s no less green either, true. This is good, but it’s also not surprising. Once a plate’s … Continue reading

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Occupy MV Needs (The) Help

A rush proofreading job had to be in New York on Monday. The job was on paper, meaning (duh!) that it couldn’t be sent electronically. UPS, my usual overnight carrier, doesn’t ship on or off the island on weekends (and … Continue reading

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