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Olympics Sparks Interest in Curling

On podcasts and in conversations with colleagues, everyone is fascinated with curling during this Olympics. I love being able to say, “I tried it.” Quickly I’m peppered with questions about the… 273 more words

Anything is Pawsible

I’m thankful for Lola. Only months after I was born, Lola became my first dog. She is a fluffy, white maltese with dark brown eyes and floppy ears. 357 more words

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Union Hall in Park Slope: The Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Bar

Lounge chairs procured from some noble’s parlour in Eastern Europe; a globe taken from Vermeer’s the Geographer; a beer list crafted by a pretentious guy with a graphic T-shirt and suspenders, bocce courts, a comedy club. 951 more words

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Bocce: Quest for repeating as state champions begins with new season

They’re one of this school’s most dominant teams, yet their triumphs are masked by the successes of other sports. The bocce team has been established as one of the greatest school units in recent memory and their 2016-2017 season shows it. 390 more words


Staff win resident/staff bocce tournament

By George J. Galasso
Chair, Bocce Club

It was a hotly contested tournament, but in the end, staff secured a well-deserved win. The tournament organizers had a difficult time with final plans for the event. 253 more words

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Maine Mall OTTO: Your holiday refueling station

Why do the food court when you can do OTTO?

Tucked away in the office park located just a stone’s throw from The Maine Mall… 161 more words

Join the fun at the Resident vs. Staff Bocce Tournament

By George Galasso
Chair, Bocce Club

The end of the bocce season is a sad time for our Bocce fans so we save our favorite activity for the end and that is the annual Resident-Staff Bocce Tournament, an anxiously anticipated event that is hotly contested by both sets of adversaries. 226 more words

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