Monthly Archives: August 2023

Weston Town Calendars: Someone Please Save Us

If I were the mayor of Weston (we don’t have one, in case anyone is like “hunh? I don’t recall voting for one), my first priority would be hiring a generation-right-now person to create a town-wide calendar that includes EVERYTHING. Oh, fine, it would not be able to include every last calendar (integrating all the nonprofits would be challenging). Until

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Coffee with the Chief: Catching Up with Police Chief Denis Linehan

And now it’s time for one of the Owl’s favorite features, Coffee with a Cop, which today presents a summary of this morning’s coffee with Weston Chief of Police Denis Linehan. Let’s start with the disclaimers, shall we? We shall. As most readers know, the Owl is a big fan of Weston’s community police force. Having lived in some rather

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Now’s Your Chance: Mermaids, the Coburn Barn, and Coburn Meadow

Yesterday, a local real estate agent posted that the Coburn Barn house at 154 Church Street is going up for sale. The Owl anxiously awaits the marketing materials on it, mostly to see if the words “coveted northside location” will be used (remember: the southside is “desirable” and the northside is “coveted”; do not mix them up). The Barn is

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Meet the Assistant Principal: Brian Buck at Weston Middle School

A few weeks ago, while visiting the Weston Middle School Robotics Lab during a monsoon, the Owl snuck into the Middle School main office (haha, they saw me coming) and met Brian Buck, Weston Middle School’s new Assistant Principal. As most of you know, former MS assistant principal Phil Oates (Owl here) has taken on Principal-ity of the Middle School

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Tavern Tastings with the Tories: A Tour of New England Cheeses – September 13

The Golden Ball Tavern is delighted to welcome cheese expert Kimi Ceridon, owner of Life Love Cheese. on September 13th from 6.30 – 8.00 p.m. for “A Tour of New England Cheeses.” Kimi will offer a fascinating demonstration on all things cheese – making, choosing, storing, and pairing.  Featuring expertly curated local cheeses, their taste partners (including local honey and

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