January 24, 2015

We were at Rocky Point to photograph the sun rise on New Year’s Day last year. Our photographer could have yelled his lungs empty, yet no one was close enough to hear him.

We were at Rocky Point to photograph the sun set on the last day of the year. Our photographer again found himself alone.

In between, we’ve …

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Whether or not you set New Year’s Resolutions, it’s hard not to think about healthy … More
In Greek mythology, Sisyphus, the King of Ephyra (Cornith), was punished by the god Zeus … More
Letters to the Editor

To the Editor: 

It is often said we live in the “Information Age” when what we really live in is an age of far too much information.

Anyone who watches television news is continually bombarded with an unrelenting wave of bad news. The local lead story is almost always a murder, fire or automobile accident. An …

To the Editor: To encourage the International Olympic Committee to choose Boston to … More
To the Editor:  I am writing because we need your help. My husband, Richard, was hit … More
To the Editor: After seeing the story in the Beacon about Leviton, it brought back … More
To the Editor: Today our law enforcement is under duress caused by a series of … More
To the Editor: I wondered why it was going to take nine months to replace the bridge … More
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