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Madhubani Art by Anjana Bhargava at the COA: Reception January 25

The Council on Aging of Weston is celebrating the New Year with a colorful and beautiful art exhibit by Anjana Bhargava. Save the date now for an artist’s reception and talk on Wednesday, January 25 from 10:30-12. Please note that this exhibit will be hung around January 19 and is not yet open for viewing. +++ Come see the unique

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Weston Voices: Katharine Campbell, Incoming Executive Director of the Golden Ball Tavern

Now, as any good Westonian knows, we have two publicly accessible taverns still in action in our fair town. While someone will quibble with me over the accessibility of the Josiah Smith Tavern at this time (no restaurant yet… I know, I know), it is a matter of time until the official battle of the taverns is back ON! So

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Weston Voices: JINDU Restaurant Crosses Borders, Brings Asia Home

Travelers on the Route 20 mega-highway through Wayland to Weston and vice versa will have noticed a newcomer restaurant named JINDU at 131 Boston Post Road in Wayland, or as I like to call it “almost-Weston.” JINDU, which translates to Golden City in Chinese, is owned by Weston residents Nick Feng and Claire Huang, and the Owl family checked it

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WHS Teacher Matthew E. Henry Launches Third Book; Reading August 4

Weston High School English teacher and poet Matthew E. Henry will be reading from his new collection the Colored page at Weston Public Library next Thursday, August 4 at 7 pm. the Colored page is Henry’s third book and first full-length collection. “It’s a semi-autobiographical journey of a Black kid in predominantly white spaces–a METCO student in Wellesley, college and

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Weston Voices: Welcome Woodland School’s New Principal Jason Dimen

As Owl readers know, we here at the journalistic center of the universe (and facetiously using the royal “we”) love the Weston Public School system. As a product of the Nutmeg State’s public school system, we have always appreciated the exceptional teachers and administrators along the way. Woodland School, the cutest-named of all Weston’s schools, has recently named Jason Dimen

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Did You Know? Coyote Concerts

Mid-February through March is coyote breeding season, and if there’s one thing all Weston residents know (besides curb height, all medical facts about Covid, oh and traffic engineering), it’s that our town has many coyote residents. If you have ever woken in the night to eerie howling and yipping, that is probably not your Lincoln neighbor (well, one is questionable)

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