A blog about movies and the Sturbridge area, including The Brookfields, Brimfield, Charlton, Holland, Wales, and Spencer as well as adjacent towns.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Sturbridge Times Magazine is out, Shameless Self-Promotion-July edition

It is July 7th and the Sturbridge Times Magazine has been out for a week and I'm late, again.  Even so, with the Dog Days of Summer upon us, I hope you will read this issue in air conditioned comfort.

On Page 2, The editor was kind enough to run the Village Hot Dog article that got a little chopped in June.

Do Turkeys make the best chickens?  It's a trick question.  Arguably, Turkey Brook Farm raises the finest chickens.  Find out about this Brimfield Farm on Page 11.

The Tornado of 2011 is still with us.  The aftermath anyway.  George Van fleet and Quinebaug Cove Campground had a year of hell and are back open.  The story is on Page 21.

Our little region has it all, but sometimes you just gotta get away.  Page 26 is about a trip to the Cape.  The other Cape, that is.  Ann may not be a big, but she has her own beauty.

My column is about change.  No, I won't be running for office on a platform of promised societal alteration.  Rather, I am assuming a pen name.  Ask yourself, has anyone ever said the problem with Massachusetts is that there are not enough people named Murphy?

Richard Morchoe, the artist formerly known as Richard Murphy

I'm not the only one who writes for the Sturbridge Times Magazine.  There are many other articles for your reading pleasure.  So look for it on a newstand.  If you don't find one, you can download a pdf at http://sturbridgetimes.com.


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