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CupStackers3-CI-111814

CupStackers3-CI-111814

The team of stackers with their sculpture. 0

November 18, 2014
CupStackers2-CI-111814

CupStackers2-CI-111814

Cup stacking sensei Jim Kinhan’s reaction tells you all you need to know about what he felt the odds of success were with this Jonathan Rivera maneuver. 0

November 18, 2014
CupStackers1-CI-111814

CupStackers1-CI-111814

Katie Levesque, Ian Pothier, Ghana Darjee and Deepsika Rai get to stackin.’ 0

November 18, 2014
Finally a lesson that will stick

Christa McAuliffe School students duct-taped their principal to a wall

Talk about living the dream at school. Duct-taping the principal to a wall? Who among us hasn’t thought about it? It’s almost the perfect crime, since by taping the principal to the wall, he or she obviously wouldn’t be available for the inevitable ensuing meeting in his or her office. Anyway, now that we’ve… 0

November 11, 2014

Adventure shopping

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November 11, 2014
Adventure shopping

Adventure shopping

Since Ocean State Job Lots’s slogan is ‘Adventure Shopping,’ we headed down to find the most adventurous items in the store. It’s like a safari you take right here in Concord! 0

November 11, 2014
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20141111_osjl4

Really? A gardening book by Bob Flowerdew? What, was Jim Plantypants not available? Anyway, we’d now like to offer a reading from Carrots 5:18 . . . 0

November 11, 2014
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20141111_osjl1

Given her very public love affair with fellow retail giant Target, we were a little surprised to see Taylor Swift’s new album available here already. 0

November 11, 2014
Well that’s a steaming pile

We found out where your leaves go when they leave your yard

Giant piles of leaves are popping up all over the city, and we presume the vast majority of them have come from your yards (there may have been a few that hitchhiked in). As we were dragging yet another tarp load to the curb from the Insider manse the other day, we got to thinking – where do all the city’s leaves… 0

November 11, 2014
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20141111_leaves2

After about seven years of churning, this is what your leaves look like – a rich dirt that becomes a loam-like substance. 0

November 11, 2014