By Matt Foti
Tick Ad ImageAfter recently completing a three-week regiment of Doxycycline antibiotic for Lyme Disease (for the second time) I feel obligated to inform my customers of this current epidemic and let you know how we can help.
By Devin Shaw
“We live in this town of Lexington—and it’s a unique town. We have a product that is representative of what we love about Lexington. It’s a quality of life; the people that live here are the best at what they do. After living here for years, it occurred to me that we want to have a product that was consistent with the theme and the culture of the town on an intellectual basis—a high quality product for a high quality town. We realized by making soap we could deliver on that dream.”
By Jennifer Goebel
Where Pleasant Street crosses under Route 2, a collection of unassuming white, Federal-style houses hosts one of Lexington’s educational rock stars: Lexington Montessori School. This June, LMS celebrates its 50th anniversary. For many Lexingtonians, School Exteriorthis may come as a Logosurprise—Lexington is known for its excellent public schools, but this world-class Montessori school tends to fly under the radar.
By Laurie Atwater
Visit Bridge School in the early morning before class, or after school, and you may find that you’ve been transported back to Shakespearean England by enterprising thespians and their intrepid director Leslie Colby. Long after Lexington lost its elementary theater specialist, Ms. Colby has kept theater alive at Bridge. For fourteen years, her Shakespeare Troupe has been staging an abbreviated version of Twelfth Night or What You Will.
The public is encouraged to attend this celebration honoring three Lexingtonians!
The Lexington Lions Club, the Minuteman Cane Selection Committee and the Outstanding Youth Award Committee will host a joint reception celebrating their award recipients on Sunday, April 27th from 2-4 p.m. at Cary Hall.
By Digney Fignus
Since I was a kid growing up in Lexington I have always loved Patriot’s Day. It seemed like it was Lexington’s own special holiday, our first official spring celebration heralding the warmer weather to come. Long before it became a state-mandated “Monday” holiday, all the kids in the neighborhood looked forward to April 19th as a day off from school dedicated to parades and old-fashioned fun. It was something that made you proud to be from our little town that usually made the evening news for at least that one day every year. No matter what the weather, Patriot’s Day in Lexington has always been a great time for families to relax and reconnect with their neighbors after the long winter.