Feature Articles

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10/3/2018

Gleason’s newest show is a feast for the eyes

8/30/17
Local podcast grows, an interview and download at a time 

4/26/17

A feeling of Zen, now at the Gleason Public Library

3/8/17

Shrek Jr. comes to Carlisle as part of a long time tradition at CPS

2/15/17

Dance like nobody’s watching at Carlisle’s Friday Night Live

1/18/17

Nature and technology meet at Gleason’s newest art show

Why I write for the Mosquito

11/9/16

A grand adventure with The Brass Sisters, before they come to Carlisle

10/14/16

Stroll through the North End as the Spaghetti Supper turns 41

9/28/16

Now at the Gleason: Tangible & Tactile and Carlisle Reads – 200 Years Ago

9/14/16

COA’s Angela Smith offers a master class in multitasking

5/25/16

Clara Germani connects Main Street to the global stage at CCI event

9/8/15

Blurred Lines at the library’s popular “Art at the Gleason” series

8/27/15

Hitchhiking robot visits Carlisle and humans learn a lesson

5/29/15

Giving city kids a summer to remember

5/13/15

Art at the Gleason: From experimentation comes great beauty

4/29/15

Small business with big plans

4/15/15

Jeff Bauman – A picture of resilience

1/14/15

Counting to zero, one kilowatt at a time

12/03/14

There is a lot more than food cooking in The Enchanted Kitchen

11/25/14

The Carlisle Chamber Orchestra prepares for inaugural concert

10/29/14

Land, Clay and Feathers: Portraits of Nature opens at Gleason

10/22/14

Bridging the divide, one conflict at a time

9/17/14

Friendship and food make a sweet combination for one local business 

8/13/14

A decade of food and entrepreneurship – the Carlisle Farmers Market turns 10

7/16/14

A young man and the sea

3/19/14

A drumroll for Jerome Deupree—a legendary rocker in our midst

2/14/14

Carlisle’s Old Home Day needs new blood

11/6/13

Beauty and realism shine at the Gleason Public Library

10/23/13

A discotheque in the woods?

9/27/13

Fontaine Richardson honored for pioneering role in computer science

8/30/13

The little house that makes a big impression

5/24/13

Battle of Gettysburg comes alive at Gleason Library

4/10/13

Morris Dance Troupe brings foot stomping joy to Union Hall

Carlisle School Eighth Grade Science Fair is a blast

3/13/13

Carlisle second graders track the “Last Great Race on Earth”

3/6/13

The Swap Shed: toy store, compulsion, bookstore or bone of contention

12/05/12

Gleason welcomes new Children’s and Teen Services librarian

11/07/12

Carlisle after dark: tales of Hurricane Sandy power outages

10/24/12

Hiding in plain sight: third graders discover Carlisle history

On the brink of nuclear war, fifty years ago this week

10/12/12

The ties that bind: parent volunteers foster local connections