"The Greatest Generation"

"Black Lives Sadder"

"Uncle Thomas - Black History Month and Justice Clarence Thomas"

"Everybody Wins  - Another Approach to Columbus Day"

   "Broken Glass -- When a Protest Becomes a Riot"

"Beneath the Veil - Paula Lerner and Women's Rights in Afghanistan"

Boxing For Time - Boxing Over Broadway

Weight Lifting Champion, Harvard Professor, Lauren Cohen

Jazz Guitarist, Joe Weinberg

Observing Holocaust Memorial Day, 2017:  Rivne (once Rovno), Ukraine

My Brother the Boxer

Study of Dennis Lehane's Boston Detective Fiction

Homage to 9/11 Victim Paul Friedman, Belmont, MA

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Below are links to articles written for the Belmont Patch by Len Abram.

Remembering Our Friend Paul on 9/11:  Measuring Time
Like the teak in Paul's memorial bench, our grief must weather well.

'The Race Is Canceled. Bombs': A First-Person's View of the Boston Marathon
Len Abram's Description of 2013 Marathon

“Transforming Precious Metals into Lasting Beauty”
Belmont’s newest jeweler is an artist in metals

Successfully Coping with First Day of School Anxiety

“Belmont Author Reveals the True ‘Whitey’ Bulger”
A review of Dick Lehr’s book and an interview with author

“A Doctor's 'Vacation' From Work to Help the Poor”
Dr. David Brams, local surgeon, volunteers to operate on poor in South America

“Hanukkah, from Belmont to the Congo”
Helping soldiers celebrate holiday long way from home.

L'Shanah Tova:  Rosh Hashanah Begins Tonight

Honoring Her Sister's Legacy on 911

Yom Kippur Marks Day of Reflection Atonement

Afghan Women Tell Their Stories Through Lerner's Lens
Local photographer Paula Lerner’s Emmy-winning documentary

“Understanding Grief: Belmont's Grollman on Living with Death”
Interview with nationally known grief counselor following Boston Marathon bombing.

“Joe Reid Speaks Passionately Through his Performances”
Jazz pianist Reid performs with his trio.

“Never Again: A First-Person’s Story of Holocaust Survival”
Abe Landau's experience endures in a book presented to the Belmont Library

“A Belmont Patrolman’s Service Brings Memorial Day Home”
Officer Phil Kucha discusses deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan

"Tom Perrotta on 'The Leftovers'"
In this review and interview, Belmont author discusses his latest literary success

Three Voices Reheard To an Unfolding Madness

Successfully Coping with First Day of School Anxiety

Remembering Dan the Runner, the Man

Citizen Academy Reveals Police's Real Side

Belmont's Wildlife Is Growing; Cats Lament

Tai Chi:  Low-Impact Program For Belmont Seniors

Belmont Carbone Seeks To Replace Coakley as AG

Yom Kippur Marks Day of Reflection, Atonement

Afghan Women Tell Their Stories Through Lerner's Lens


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