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Romeo and Juliet: A Review

By Richard Mayne “O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo?” The Worcester State Visual and Performing Arts Department production of Romeo and Juliet was not your grandmother’s version with gowns and tunics or castles and […]

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Do You Believe?

By Robert Racicot “Good luck.” Tim, Oxford’s library director, laughed that eternal laugh of his as he locked me in for the night. When Tim laughs, you’re never quite sure if he’s laughing with you […]

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“The Spell”

By Tyanna McCaulsky Photo credit: Josh Catalano Just a kissGave the heart that one wishBlind eyes Devious liesWhat did I miss?Butterflies, my sunshine However, you weren’t actually mineHolding onto a thin lineThe pain, I don’t want to […]

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Talking on Paper

By Richard Mayne A respected member of a Cherokee tribe once referred to written language itself as “talking on paper.” At a campfire one night, not long past the dawn of the nineteenth century, he […]