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Indian food in the Triangle

by henrycopeland
Friday, May 15th, 2009

As compiled on Gdocs. (Thank you Jenny!)

p2p interviews…

by henrycopeland
Wednesday, April 2nd, 2003

I missed this excellent series of by my friends [url=http://www.amylangfield.com]Amy Langfield and Jim Lowney.

Our town’s police blotter

by henrycopeland
Sunday, March 30th, 2003

The Amherst Bulletin reports:
Suspicious Activity Saturday 1:46 a.m. Police received a report of possible road rage when people on North Pleasant Street got out from their vehicle and were seen wielding a tire iron. Police said the people were just using the iron to repair a tire that had been damaged after going over a pothole.

Noise Complaints Sunday 12:41 a.m. A loud part on Phillips Street was not excessively noisy. 6:01 p.m. Yelling was heard in the area of The Boulders. It was just a man and woman whose relationshp was breaking up.

Suspicious Activity Sunday 11:18 p.m. Police spoke to a man sitting in a truck parked outside the Dunkin’ Donuts on College Street for several hours. The man checked out OK after he told police that he was just enjoying his new vehicle and lost track of time.

Suspicious Activity Wednesday 5:58 p.m. A man with long hair and a goatee knocking on the door of a Station Road home was just soliciting for the Sierra Club and was gone when police got there.

Citizen Assistance Wednesday 5:58 p.m. Teawaddle Lane residents told police that they lost their groceries somewhere between the supermarket and their home.

These make a lite reflection of the reports Ken Layne offers from Sparks.

Localog: East Bay blog

by henrycopeland
Thursday, March 27th, 2003

Peter Merholz, my favorite info architect, has launched a multi-author blog focused on East Bay. He says “I believe that there’s a shining future in regional weblogs. They can be an amazing community resource. Particularly for communities too small to warrant a daily newspaper, but too large to be satisfied by a weekly 4-page newsletter.” Damn, I’ve got to get my Amherst blog going. (Via Corante.)

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