A shattered skylight, smashed by a falcon as the play begins, tops off the realistic yet fanciful library gymnasium. Two sets of crossbars, connected to an elegantly curving superstructure, function as a kind of formal jungle gym for the most athletic of the eight players, with especially amazing tricks by the small, dark, wiry Doug Hara and the very blond and feminine Mariann Mayberry, both veterans of “Metamorphoses,” along with four other members of the ensemble. At certain points in the performance, both Hara and Mayberry hang by their toes.
Challenge is that it quite large, and finding a wall space large enough that was inside to protect it from the elements limited the possibilities of a recipient who could display it. She lives on Peaks in the summer and offered to store the mural. She worked with the school and the Southern Maine DSA to place the mural.
My birthday is in March, and that year it fell during an especially bright spring week, vivid and clear in the narrow residential streets where we lived just a handful of blocks south of Sunset. The night blooming jasmine that crawled up our neighbor’s front gate released its heady scent at dusk, and to the north, the hills rolled charmingly over the horizon, houses tucked into the brown. Soon, daylight savings time would arrive, and even at nearly nine, I associated my birthday with the first hint of summer, with the feeling in classrooms of open windows and lighter clothing and in a few months no more homework.
In 1840, a man called John Bidwell founded the ‘Western Emigration Society’ and announced he intended to lead a large wagon train from the Missouri River to California. The idea set well with the locals and in no time he had a list of about 500 names. However, the idea didn’t appeal to Missouri shopkeepers.
Solicitation and advertising of for profit activities are not appropriate for Intercom. Please do not post stories about items you have for sale for real estate for rent. These stories will be deleted. A federal judge showed little sympathy Monday to an East Hartford grandmother who claimed she embezzled more than $1 million from the Mark Twain House and Museum to support her struggling, extended family. District Judge Warren W. Eginton allowed Donna Gregor, who faced fraud and tax charges, to address him to apologize for eight years of theft she committed while employed as controller of the national landmark museum on Hartford’s west side.
“They want us to compete. I understand that,” Anthony said. “Win, lose or draw they want us to go out there and compete on a nightly basis and if we have lost this game today, this would have been a game where I can say we competed and the effort was there and everything was there.”.