Letters From the Issue of Thursday, November 23, 2006 

Letters From the Issue of Thursday, November 23, 2006 
Display Cases Taste test: “Stunning”??? I’m sorry, did Wynter Holden really describe the effect of Jen Urso’s In Place installation at the show “Phoenix: Land of Somewhere” at Modified Arts as “stunning” (“Going Nowhere,” November 9)? Wynter, go with your first instinct. It looked like a …

Indian Steps 
THE SUSQUEHANNOCK INDIANS are the group of native people most closely identified with the history of the Susquehanna River.

East county highlights 
Santa Claus is coming to town Be sure to be at the Westside Park in Wellton at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 9 to welcome Santa and Mrs. Claus. There will be refreshments, entertainment and a chance to tell Santa, in person, what you would like for Christmas.

Finding Calvert County Librarys New Home 
How do you move 50,000 books and 5,000 movies, books on tape, music discs and DVDs? With very good planning. After three decades, Calvert Countys main library in Prince Frederick has moved from its Duke Street location. The library was out of circulation for less than a month.

Volunteers help Habitat for Humanity build a family’s dream 
A gale force storm wasn’t going to stop the celebration of Celeste Hoppey-Broder’s 22nd wedding anniversary — or the building of wall frames for Paterson Habitat for Humanity.

Hall encapsulates hockey’s history 
Toronto – Tradition echoes through hockey, as if the sounds are carrying across ponds where kids played or

PS3 Release Draws Crowds in Omaha, Across the U.S. 
By Josefina Loza, Omaha World-Herald, Neb. Nov. 17–Twenty-seven degrees. Not really camping weather. But though he was spending days and nights outdoors, Ryan Basye wasn’t really camping on a cement slab at the Wal-Mart in Council Bluffs.

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