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  • Saltaire Season’s End Summery

    Saltaire Season’s End Summery

    By Hugh O’Brien The heat and humidity finally broke to tolerable levels, and that golden autumnal hue [sic] has appeared, both divine signs telling us summer’s sadly winding down and it’s time for us to do likewise. Of course, we’ll linger a while through much of the fall, but by October most folks will be AWOL from this barrier isle, ...READ MORE »
  • Saltaire Summery

    Saltaire Summery

    Saltaire Safety, Storms and Soccer Cups By Hugh O’Brien We’re gonna get started on a serious note this time because we have your safety in mind and you’ll listen if we have to beat it into you. No, really, there’ve been lots of bicycle-related issues this summer that have gotten a little out of hand, and late in the season ...READ MORE »
  • Saltaire

    Saltaire

    Saltaire Summery: August! By Hugh O’Brien My word, it seems only a month ago that Mario was busy sending out messages on coming weekend events. Come to think of it, he still is. Even so, as usual, it feels as though we’ve hardly begun and already the finish is in sight. But also as usual, we’re jamming in as many ...READ MORE »
  • Saltaire

    Saltaire

    Saltaire Summery By Hugh O’Brien Dr. Bob told me an Independence Day story the other week, and it makes for a good (if now belated) holiday quiz. Bob informed me that every July 4, Father Richard – we’re very chummy in this town, no last names or anything – hoists the flags of the five nations (or their successor states: ...READ MORE »
  • Saltaire

    Saltaire

    Saltaire Summery By Hugh O’Brien I can’t beat Mario’s heartfelt greeting in last weekend’s email from the Village, the one about those “hordes of people arriving on the shores of Saltaire driving us crazy…oh wait, that’s you guys… um I mean, we’re so happy you’re finally here to get the summer rolling,” so we’ll simply say, “Hmm,” and move on. ...READ MORE »