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    TALES OF TAKOMA: Who was J. Enos Ray anyway?

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    “Dorothy Thomsen Barnes remembers neighbors building a footbridge across a small creek to create a shortcut for the students who walked.”

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    GRANOLAPARK: land, listening and secrets

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    “They made a tent out of blankets over the chairs and took their teddy-bears and little tea-set underneath to whisper and giggle”

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    PROFILE: Patrick McCann, teacher, veteran, peace advocate

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    “There he met members of the Black Panther Party.”

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    ANNOUNCEMENTS: Jonas Sees in Color, Mr. Gabe, Freedom Riders, Farewell Mr. Kenner, graphic novels, dance, bridge closing . . .

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    Announcements, kids activities, cultural, education, meetings, events, classes, camps, etc.

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    City wins unexpected bidding war, angry remarks follow

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    “Celebration and cheers followed the auction. So did loud, bitter remarks”

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    CITIZEN BILL: What would the prophet do?

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    “Um, . . . that’s a bit rude.”

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    DINING: This is how Takoma rolls

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    “ A sushi restaurant we can walk to? Sign me up!”

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    GRANOLAPARK: Gilbert’s briefs

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    “Keeping up with city council issues is suddenly like trying to race up the down escalator.”

  • Looking north up Willow Avenue from Eastern in 1922, as seen from the Adventist Review and Herald building (shadow). In 1953, the Adventist congregation moved from the church in the foreground to a new Gothic Revival church that filled the open triangle.

    TALES OF TAKOMA: Historic snow

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     Snowfall in 1922 turns Takoma Park into a Currier-and-Ives painting.

    TALES OF TAKOMA • BY DIANA KOHN

    Tuesday’s surprise snowfall conjured up memories of snowfalls past, especially the …

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    Takoma Park city manager resigns

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    Takoma Park’s city manager has resigned to take a Washington DC city government. position. His resignation will become effective Jan. 31, 2015.

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ASK Emory: Teen Fascination With the Dark Side

When today’s middle and high schools are juxtaposed with the imaginary world of Panem, I see some striking similarities. Even if your daughter and her friends are not literally fighting for their lives, it sometimes feels that way to young teens.

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ASK Emory: Teen Fascination With the Dark Side

When today’s middle and high schools are juxtaposed with the imaginary world of Panem, I see some striking similarities. Even if your daughter and her friends are not literally fighting for their lives, it sometimes feels that way to young teens.

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City wins unexpected bidding war, angry remarks follow

“Celebration and cheers followed the auction. So did loud, bitter remarks”

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