Candidates Lynch, Driscoll, and Goode
by Frank Schroth
The 350th celebration continued last Saturday night at the First Parish Church where the candidates for Mayor of Milton were feted and given the opportunity to appeal to the voters. The three candidates; Phil Driscoll, Jayne Goode, and Mike Lynch all sported smiles and a positive attitude. Read more »
Interested in learning lacrosse or improving your skills? This clinic is for you. MHS Girls Lacrosse Coach Caitlyn Finn and MHS varsity players will run the clinic open to girls in Grades 1-8. Read more »
The Boston Herald recently ran an article regarding a challenge from local GOP officials. They questioned why Mike Joyce had different addresses on different ballots. The Herald reports, “The local board of registrars ruled that the address is valid and that the confusion was caused when he collected signatures for one office, moved, then collected signatures for the second office.”
Note: We have removed a direct link to the source due to the Herald’s policy on user comments.
There is always something going on around town. . . movie screenings at the library, the mayor of Milton soiree at the First Parish Church and. . . the smelts making their run up the Neponset! Thousands of these little sons of guns could be found this past week end doing what smelts do. Read more »
April is poetry month and so everyday this month we are going to publish a poem. We encourage submissions. If there is a poem that is a favorite of yours, please send it to Frank@mytownmatters.com. Today’s poem comes recommended by The Academy of American Poets which is rich source of poetry and information about the people who write it.
The Everyday Enchantment of Music by Mark Strand
A rough sound was polished until it became a smoother sound, which
was polished until it became music. Then the music was polished until
it became the memory of a night in Venice when tears of the sea fell
from the Bridge of Sighs, which in turn was polished until it ceased to Read more »
from Boston.com – Your Town Milton
To spear a full sliver of garlic from the broth of some good mussels, you have to trust the chef: Undercooked and it’ll ruin your night; cooked well, it’ll half make it. When faced with the choice at 88 Wharf last month, I took the plunge knowing that Josh Ziskin had recently come on board as consulting chef. I’ve eaten at Ziskin’s highly regarded La Morra in Brookline and liked his food. (Read the full story here.)