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(Originally published in the Beverly Citizen on April 23, 2015.)

As prodigious session musicians, Paul Barrere and Fred Tackett probably have closer to 1,000 than 100 credits between them. 768 more words


Weston Paper

The full article can be read in the print copy of the paper on the inside cover page(photograph below) or online. I’m not sure who came up with the title for it and decided not to go wit my origional title, but I imagine they were looking to fit it in that column of space and that’s where it came from. 36 more words


Library exhibit in Pembroke reflects plight of workers

By Liam Dacko

At a recent library exhibit in Quincy, a man approached art exhibitor Stephen Lewis as he set up a display of posters featuring communist leaders. 357 more words

PAINT IT ALL PINK: Life Beyond Cancer conference connects, inspires, informs

By Liam Dacko

For some it was their first time.

For many others, it was their second or third time.

But for everyone who attended last weekend’s Art of Living – Life Beyond Cancer conference it was a chance to connect with others, gain information and learn new ways to deal with a disease impacting their lives. 1,185 more words

ART OF LIVING – LIFE BEYOND CANCER: Conference will connect, inform survivors

By Liam Dacko

Local nurse Pam Longtin had never attended the “Art of Living – Life Beyond Cancer” conference before last year. But after going to all the workshops and listening to the speakers, she decided she’d be back. 818 more words

ART OF LIVING - LIFE BEYOND CANCER: Speaking from experience

By Liam Dacko

The road to recovery is not an easy one, but the journey can be made more manageable with support.

Cancer survivors and caregivers will learn this lesson as a number of speakers travel to the Quincy Marriot Hotel for the fourth annual “Art of Living – Life Beyond Cancer” conference. 864 more words

ART OF LIVING: A day in the life... beyond cancer

By Liam Dacko

If the past three years are any indication, one day can make a big difference in the lives of those battling cancer, those in remission, as well as survivors and their caregivers. 751 more words