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79 Volumes of the Davis Enterprise Free to Caring Recipient (288)
1.   In January, 2001, I became the owner of 79 bound volumes of the   Davis Enterprise  covering the years 1966-83.   Viewed as a single object -- a collection -- it is some 20 inches tall, consumes more than 20 feet of shelf space and weighs upwards of a ...

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New Old North Davis Street Signs Installed (276)
Thursday, January 25th, a City of Davis Public Works crew
installed the “new style” Old North Davis street signs. I happened to notice
the crew working at the corner of 6th and E streets and made the snapshots that
follow. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. This post is ...

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New Old North Davis Street Signs Installed (276)
Thursday, January 25th, a City of Davis Public Works crew
installed the “new style” Old North Davis street signs. I happened to notice
the crew working at the corner of 6th and E streets and made the snapshots that
follow. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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Mayor Robb Davis’ Explanation of his Vision-and-Goals Vote to Build Trackside Center (276)
One the months and even years there were dozens and perhaps hundreds of public statements
for and against building Trackside Center. Many were well articulated, but, to me, the most compelling
was offered by Mayor Robb Davis the evening of November 14, 2017...

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Michael J. Harrington Bibliography, Post #2 (275)
This is the second post in the Old North Davis Chat bibliographic series of publications by, on,
and about Old North public figure, Michael J. Harrington. (The first post in
the series is dated October 25, 2017 and is Old
North Davis Chat number 274.) This ...

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Only in Larger College Towns With Rich Social Media Networks: The Amazing Episode of Translating a Greek Passage in an Obscure 1736 French Opera (275)
1. Recently, Davis resident and musicologist Beverly Wilcox was
writing an article on an 18th-century French opera that contained a passage,
seemingly in Greek, that she wanted translated (images 1 and 2). In the “old,” pre-digital world she would likely ad...
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