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Books on the Loose

Nunan Opening Café Sarina

By Stewart Lytle, Reporter

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By Stewart Lytle, Reporter

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NEWBURYPORT

– Don’t be surprised

this week to find

some exciting new

books lying about

the city on benches

in parks, along the

waterfront and in

public buildings

like City Hall. Feel

free to take them,

they are for you

to read and maybe

pass on to others.

LARGEST DISTRIBUTION ACROSS THE NORTH SHORE OF MA & COASTAL NH

Last Sunday,

a dozen

Newburyport High

School students,

handpicked by

faculty advisor

Kenneth Cole and

senior Aidan Mone,

placed about 50 books, written by

authors coming later this month

to participate in the 14th annual

Newburyport Literary Festival.

Called “Books on the Loose,”

the free book promotion is the

brainchild of publicist Skye

Wentworth.

“Congratulations!” the note

with the free book states. “You’ve

caught a Book on the Loose. We’re

all about celebrating literature,

sharing with others and placing

books in unusual places for the

Finder to read and to keep. It’s all

yours.”

The Finders are invited to join

the Books on the Loose Facebook

Group “and let us know where you

found the book and/or how much

you are enjoying it.” The group

can be found at www.facebook.

com/groups/BooksontheLoose.

NbptLitfest.

The popular Newburyport

From left, Vicki Hendrickson and Skye Wentworth

Photo by Stewart Lytle

Literary Festival, which attracts

an estimated 5,000 lovers of

poetry, novels and histories, will

take place in downtown churches,

community houses and, of course,

the Firehouse Theater this April 26

and 27.

The festival, which is using the

tag line Open a Book, Open Your

World, launches a weekend of

learning and fun on Friday night.

The opening ceremony at 6 p.m.

at the Firehouse Center for the

Arts will feature a conversation

between Elaine Weiss, author of

The Woman’s Hour: The Great

Fight to Win the Vote, and author

Linda Hirshman.

Weiss, the festival’s 2019 honoree,

is an award-winning journalist

whose writings have been featured

in The Atlantic, Harper’s, New

York Times and Boston Globe.

“It is easy to forget how

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GEORGETOWN –

As Nunan opens for its

102nd spring this month,

a visit to the family-owned

garden center will find

much more than bushes,

trees and bulbs.

You can pet Teddie’s

goats, lick a soft serve

ice cream cone at Kallie’s

Kones, putt a round of

carpet golf and for the

first time this spring sip

some farm-to-table soup

and eat a panini at a 65-

seat Sarina’s Café.

The new café with a

green metal roof on the

front of the property

at 269 Central St. will

open around May 1st. A

manager and chef for the

Café Sarina are already

hired.

Just as the goat pen

is named for the oldest

daughter of Nunan’s

Stephen Flynn Jr., the

new café is named for his

Photo by Stewart Lytle

seven-year-old, who has Stephen Flynn Jr. celebrates Café Sarina

watched the construction

of “her café” throughout the dairy-free, gluten-free and meatfree

winter. The ice cream store, which

substitutions and options.

is named for his 11-year-old Kallie, Flynn stressed that the café will

is moving into the café space. source as much of its products

“We’re making Nunan a from local farms, businesses and

destination,” Flynn said. People breweries as possible.

can sit on the open patio next to Daughter Teddie is off at college,

the carpet golf’s waterfall and enjoy but his son, Jordan works at the

a wine or beer while they watch a garden center, making him the

round of mini-golf.

third generation at Nunan. Browdy,

Open for breakfast on weekends Stephen Jr.;s brother, also works at

and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays, there.

Café Sarina will be a locallysourced,

Stephen Flynn Sr., who bought

farm-to-table café serving Nunan with his partner, Bill

coffee, smoothies, sandwich-style Guerrini, in the 1980s, credits his

breakfasts, lunch and dinner, with Continued on page 3

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Books on the Loose

outlandish an idea it

seemed to some at the time

– this concept of women

gaining the right to vote in

elections. In one of history’s

great thrillers, the battle to

ratify the 19th Amendment,

almost a hundred years ago,

came down to single vote,

a single male legislator and

— crucially — a single

dear, darling, determined

mother,” the festival web

site states.

In her stirring treatment of

winning suffrage in America

Weiss details the history,

culture and politics that

made the quest so difficult,

including the racism that

came very close to defeating

the cause.

Margot Lee Shetterly,

author of the bestseller

Hidden Figures, wrote

of Weiss’s book,“Anyone

interested in the history of

our country’s ongoing fight

to put its founding values

into practice – as well as

those seeking the roots of

current political fault lines

– would be well-served by

picking up Elaine Weiss’s

The Woman’s Hour.”

Those attending the

opening ceremony are

encouraged to wear a yellow

rose, the symbol of women’s

suffrage.

After the opening

ceremony, the festival moves

to one of its signature events,

Dinner with Authors, at

7:30 p.m. at the Masonic

Center, 31 Green St. For

$50, participants dine and

enjoy conversations with

many of the authors. Tickets

can be purchased on line at

newburyportliteraryfestival.

org or by sending a check to

the Newburyport Literary

Association, Box 268,

Newburyport, MA 01950.

The popular Breakfast with

the Poets starts Saturday

morning at 8:30 a.m. at

the Central Congregational

Church with David

Davis, A.M. Juster, Jose

Edmundo Ocampo Reyes,

Toni Treadway and Anton

Yakovlev.

Throughout the day on

Saturday, the festival will

feature a wide range of

authors and poets, including

authors Russell Banks, Joyce

Maynard, Rhina Espaillat,

Andre Dubus III, Nana

Kwame Adjei-Brenyah,

Elizabeth Elo, Eleanor

Lipman and Hank Phillippi

Ryan.

The short story will be

highlighted in several

sessions, including one with

Banks at 10:30 a.m. at the

Old South Church.

“Every time we mention

that Russell Banks is coming

this year, people come out of

the woodwork to talk about

him,” said festival founder

Vicki Henrickson.

Banks will read from his

short story collection, The

Angel on the Roof and

A Permanent Member of

the Family. A two-time

finalist for the Pulitzer

Prize, Banks will join Steve

Yarbrough, author of The

Unmade World and The

Oxygen Man, to discuss the

difference between writing

short stories and novels

and the process of adapting

short stories to film.

Also Andre Dubus III and

Peter Orner will discuss

the writings of Dubus’

father, Andre II, and how it

influenced their thoughts.

Their presentation will be

at 2:30 p.m. at the Central

Congregational Church.

At 1 p.m. in the same

venue, Dubus will also

discuss his latest work, Gone

So Long.

The closing ceremony will

be “something different,”

according to the event web

site. Representatives from

local book clubs will discuss

the genesis of their clubs

and some of the favorite

books they have read over

the years. One of the clubs

is celebrating its 100th

anniversary this year.

Founding sponsors of the

festival are the Newburyport

Bank and the Institution

for Savings. Host sponsors

are: Riley and Associates,

Booked, Newburyport and

Newbury Cultural Councils,

Bradford & Bigelow, Book

Rack, Jabberwocky and

PigEBank.

To plan your day with

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son’s creativity for the recent

diversification. In truth,

Nunan has been evolving for

decades. Opened in Saugus in

1917 as a florist shop, Nunan

was expanded by Flynn Sr.

and Guerrini to become a

garden center, nursery and

landscaping business. It also

rents plants and does interior

plantscaping.

Last fall, when Dave and

Judy Marshall, owners of

Knapp’s Greenhouses in

West Newbury since 1965,

wanted to sell, the Flynns

made them an offer they

liked. Knapp’s reopened,

at 187 Main St. in West

Newbury, with the Flynns

as the new owners. They will

keep the name and add only

Nunan Opening Café Sarina

Three Blocks East - April 13

The Byfield Community Arts Center Random Music

Series is pleased to bring Three Blocks East to the

stage on April 13. They describe themselves as “just a

bunch of small town kids” but don’t let that fool you!

These guys put together some pretty awesome rock

and roll sounds. Clearly they are enjoying themselves

and you will as well. Three Blocks East will be joined

by special guests Steve Caraway and Jazz Abbott.

Doors open at 7:00 and music starts at 7:30 and

admission is $15 at the door. The Cat Cafe serves

beer and wine, soft drinks and snacks throughout

the evening. The Byfield Community Arts Center is

located at 7 Central Street, Byfield, MA. Advance

tickets can be purchased at www.byfieldcac.org.

the N logo for Nunan.

Nunan diversification

is a growing trend in the

industry. Known as agritourism,

many farms and

garden centers are looking

for new sources of revenues

to supplement the slow

months. Many have created

corn mazes and fruit picking

to draw in more customers.

The Garden Golf center

has been a hit. Designed

with no dinosaurs or

windmills, the Nunan course

is both a chance for some

recreation and a shopping

opportunity.

“It is a peaceful walk

through beautiful gardens

as you enjoy your game of

mini golf,” the Nunan web

site states.

The Melissa Society of the

Assumption of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church of Ipswich

The golf center is

landscaped with flowers,

bushes and trees available for

purchase at the center. “If

you come across something

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April 13th. The sale will include gently used books for

adults, teens and children, as well as audio books, DVDs

and puzzles and more. Proceeds benefit the GAR Memorial

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Newburyport? The City of

Newburyport is hosting the

Greater Newburyport Green

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from 4-8 PM, at the R. A.

Nock Middle School to engage

citizens, parents, students, elected

officials, businesses and non-profit

groups in a dialogue on how our

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April 11th from 6:00-7:00pm

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Friday, April 12th

Woodcock Walk at Parker River

National Wildlife Refuge Friday,

April 12th @ 7:15 p.m. & Friday,

April 26th @ 7:30 p.m. Each spring

LEGAL NOTICE

ROWLEY CONSERVATION

COMMISSION

In accordance with the

Town of Rowley Stormwater

Management and Erosion

Control Bylaw, as amended, a

Public Hearing will be held on

April 16, 2019 at 8:15 PM at

the Town Hall Annex located at

39 Central Street, to consider

a Stormwater Management

Permit application filed by

Robert Nixon, Bitterroot LLC

for proposed construction

of a single family dwelling,

garage, porch, deck,

driveway, subsurface sewage

disposal system, retaining

wall, associated grading and

utilities. Total site disturbance

is approximately 24,646 square

feet at 602 Wethersfield

Street (Map 11, Parcel 6 Lot 2)

in Rowley, MA.

Arthur Page III, Chair

Rowley Conservation

Commission

April 10, 2019

LEGAL NOTICE

ROWLEY CONSERVATION

COMMISSION

In accordance with the

Town of Rowley Stormwater

Management and Erosion

Control Bylaw, as amended, a

Public Hearing will be held on

April 16, 2019 at 8:45 PM at

the Town Hall Annex located at

39 Central Street, to consider

a Stormwater Management

Permit application filed by

Robert Nixon, Bitterroot LLC

for proposed construction

of a single family dwelling,

garage, porch, deck,

driveway, subsurface

sewage disposal system,

retaining wall, associated

grading and utilities.

Total site disturbance is

approximately 20,220 square

feet at 604 Wethersfield

Street (Map 11, Parcel 6,

Lot 3) in Rowley, MA.

Arthur Page III, Chair

Rowley Conservation

Commission

April 10, 2019

LEGAL NOTICE

ROWLEY CONSERVATION

COMMISSION

In accordance with the

Wetlands Protection Act,

Mass. G.L. 131, Section 40,

as amended, and the Town of

Rowley Wetlands Protection

Bylaw, a public hearing will

be held on Tuesday, April 16,

2019 at 7:45 pm at the Room

5 of the Town Hall Annex at

39 Central Street to consider

a Notice of Intent application

filed by David F. Jaquith for

proposed installation and

construction of a new single

family dwelling and upgraded

sewage disposal system

possibly within the 100’ Buffer

Zone of Salt Marsh and ACEC,

and in Land Subject to Coastal

Storm Flowage at 77 Railroad

Avenue (Map 27, Parcel Lot

103) in Rowley, MA.

Arthur Page III, Chair

Rowley Conservation

Commission

April 10, 2019


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American woodcocks engage in

one of nature’s most fascinating

courtship displays. Here’s your

chance to witness this “sky dance”

up close and in-person! This

program is appropriate for ages 8

and older. Meet the ranger on the

deck of the visitor contact station

at parking lot 1. Bring binoculars

and a flashlight. Program is

limited to 15 participants.

Please plan to arrive 15 minutes

prior to the program start time.

Preregistration required.

Saturday, April 13th

The Amesbury Public Library

has Local History/Genealogy

programs scheduled for the

coming months.

Tom Toohey will present

Wild Ireland through stories on

Saturday, April 13 at 2:00. Lori

Lyn Price will talk about the 1918

Flu Epidemic through personal

stories on Saturday, April 27 at

2:00. Lynn Davis will present on

the Briggs Carriage Company on

Saturday, May 4 at 2:00. Linda

MacIver’s program is on Essex

County and the Mayflower on

Saturday, May 11 at 2:00.

You need to register for all of

these programs. You can go to our

website www.amesburylibrary.

org or contact Margie Walker at

mwalker@amesburylibrary.org

Ukrainian Egg Workshop,

Saturday April 13, 10am-12pm

at the Rowley Library - Create

your own unique egg with Katie

Bourque while learning about the

history of the craft. You will leave

with something beautiful to keep!

Wear clothes that can get messy

as real eggs, permanent dye and

wax will be involved. Sign-up is

required– space is limited for this

FREE program. Call 978-948-

2850 to save your spot today! For

ages 16 yrs. through adult. The

Rowley Public Library is located

at 141 Main Street and is fully

accessible.

Woodcock Walk at Great Bay

National Wildlife Refuge

Saturday, April 13th @

7:15 p.m. & Saturday, April

27th @ 7:30 p.m. Each spring

American woodcocks engage in

one of nature’s most fascinating

courtship displays. Here’s your

chance to witness this “sky dance”

up close and in-person! This

program is appropriate for ages

8 and older. Meet the ranger in

front of the Great Bay office, just

opposite the parking lot. Bring a

flashlight and binoculars, if you

have them. Program is limited

to 15 participants and will last

about one hour. Preregistration

required.

(Directions: http://www.fws.

gov/refuge/Great_Bay/visit/plan_

your_visit.html)

Sunday, April 14th

Easter Services at Market Street

Baptist. Amesbury - The Market

Street Baptist Church, 37 Market

Street, Amesbury will be holding

Easter services that are open to

all. Please call the church with

question at 978-388-0930. View

our web site: www.msbcnews.org

and also facebook. Palm Sunday

Worship 10:00 am on Sunday,

April 14. Childcare for ages 4 years

and under. Coffee hour to follow.

Elevator to sanctuary is available.

No Sunday school classes. Prayer

& Meditation 12:00 noon - 3:00

pm on Friday, April 19. The

Sanctuary will be open for those

who wish to pray and meditate

on the Passion of Christ. Please

feel free to come and go as you

during this time. Scriptures will

be read every half hour. Elevator

to sanctuary is available. Easter

Sunday Worship 10:00 am: A

special service to celebrate the

Resurrection of our Lord and

Savior Jesus Christ. Childcare for

ages 4 years and under. Coffee

hour to follow. Elevator to

sanctuary is available. No Sunday

school classes.

Monday, April 15th

Focus on Birds: Special Behind

the Scenes Tour of Parker River

NWR

Monday, April 15th & Monday,

April 22nd; both programs 9:30

– 11:30 a.m.

This special edition of the refuge’s

Behind the Scenes (BTS) tour will

be led by veteran birder, and refuge

volunteer, Bill Gette. While the tour

will follow the usual BTS route, the

leader will place a special emphasis on

the birds that are typically found on

the refuge in the spring. Participants

are encouraged to bring binoculars,

if they have them. Tour is limited to

8 participants. Meet the tour leader

in the refuge visitor center lobby

15 minutes before the program

start time. This program is most

appropriate for teens and adults.

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Tuesday, April 16th

Waterfowl Watch - Tuesday

April 16th at 10:00 a.m. Have you

heard the word? Birds are flying

north for the breeding season!

Spring is a wonderful time of year

to learn all about birds, especially

waterfowl with their beautiful

breeding plumage, species variety,

and easy observation access. If you

are looking for a fun family activity

during April vacation or are a new

birder eager to learn more, join

biology intern, Allie Pesano, as

she introduces you to the world of

waterfowl watching! During this

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guests to binocular use, waterfowl

anatomy (and adaptations), and

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John McInnis Auctioneers will present a single-owner estate auction on Sunday, April 14, 11 a.m.

at the Masonic Center, 31 Green St., Newburyport, Mass. All items in the sale are from the estate of

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established in Newburyport in 1882 and includes a sterling silver

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name some. There will also be lots of other sterling and coin silver.

As with any multi-generational home there is an interesting

collection of jewelry with diamond rings, a string of Victorian gold

beads and several pocket watches. Among the clocks are a Regencystyle

Eliot of London Banjo, a Chelsea banjo and ships bell clock.

Furniture highlights are a Queen Ann Tip Top Table, a Salem game

table and an 18th Empire game table.

“This was a true Yankee family,” said McInnis, “They rarely threw

anything useful away. We will sell everything you would expect from

a house occupied by the same family for well over a century. There are

no additions to the sale.”

Collectors and dealers will appreciate the wide range of small

objects for sale from ambrotypes to an Emeralite Lamp, to Havilland

Limoges China and a Windsor armchair in red paint. There are also

Native American wool mats and blankets, a Chinese ivory puzzle ball

on stand and 20 century Hi Fi stereo systems.

“This will be a live old-fashioned auction,” added McInnis. “There

will be no internet bidding. There will mostly likely be something to

interest everyone.”

The auction is open to the public. There will be a preview on the

day of the sale beginning at 8 a.m. Please visit the McInnis website to

view photos and terms of sale at www.mcinnisauctions.com

As Plovers Return, Refuge Beach Closed

The ocean beach at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge will be

closed to all public access beginning on Monday, April 1st in order

to provide undisturbed nesting habitat for the piping plover, a small

shorebird that is listed as threatened on the federal endangered

species list. A small section of beach, accessible via the parking lot

1 boardwalk, will remain open to the public. Sections of the beach

may be reopened in late July if it is determined that such action will

not be detrimental to the plovers’ nesting success. Generally, the

entire beach is reopened by mid to late August after the last plover

chick fledges.

Visitors are reminded that other areas of the refuge will remain

open including the Salt Pannes Wildlife Observation Area, North

Pool Overlook, Hellcat Wildlife Observation Area and associated

interpretive trail, Pines Trail, Stage Island Pool Observation Tower

and Overlook and the Lot 5 boardwalk (which provides views of, but

no access to, the beach). Due to the popularity of the refuge, vehicle

capacity is periodically reached with a subsequent temporary closure.

An early arrival helps visitors avoid this inconvenience. A daily fee

of $5/vehicle, $2 walk-on or bicycle, remains in effect, with a $20

annual pass also available. Also, other beaches are available in the

area including those in Newbury and Newburyport on the northern

end of Plum Island, Salisbury Beach State Reservation in Salisbury,

and the beach at Crane Memorial Reservation in Ipswich.


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Fifth Annual Conservation Film Festival April 12th – 14th

Officials at the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge have announced details about the Fifth Annual

Conservation Film Festival, which will take place Friday evening, April 12th thru Sunday afternoon, April 14th.

The free public event will take place at the refuge’s visitor center and headquarters complex in Newburyport. A

diverse selection of award-winning, conservation-related films from across the world will be presented on the big

screen in the visitor center auditorium. This year’s attendees will further benefit from the recent installation of

a new laser projector and surround sound system!

Films that will be screened during the festival focus on a broad range of important and timely conservation

topics. This year’s films include:

• Lobster War: The Fight Over the World’s Richest Fishing Ground is about a climate-fueled conflict between

the United States and Canada over waters that both countries have claimed since the end of the Revolutionary

War. The disputed 277 square miles of sea, known as the Gray Zone, were traditionally fished by US

lobstermen. But as the Gulf of Maine has warmed faster than nearly any other body of water on the planet,

the area’s previously modest lobster population has surged. As a result, Canadians have begun to assert their

sovereignty.

• Love and Bananas: An Elephant Story: Independent Spirit and MTV nominated actress, Ashley Bell and a

team of elephant rescuers, led by world renowned Asian elephant conservationist Sangdeaun Lek Chailert,

embark on a daring 48-hour mission 500 miles across Thailand to rescue a 70-year old captive blind Asian

elephant and bring her to freedom. “Love & Bananas: An Elephant Story” is a heartwarming and hopeful film

that exposes the plight of Asian elephants and the people who work tirelessly to save them.

• Saving Atlantis is the first documentary to take a deep dive into one of the most consequential issues of our

time: the dramatic decline of global coral reef ecosystems and the impact on human populations that depend

on them. Coral reefs are one of the world’s most diverse habitats. They are often called “the rainforests of the

ocean,” but the rapid acceleration of coral bleaching events around the world is jeopardizing their future.

• The Serengeti Rules won the prestigious ACFF “Green Fire” award. Beginning in the 1960s, a small band

of young scientists headed out into the wilderness, driven by an insatiable curiosity about how nature works.

Immersed in some of the most remote and spectacular places on Earth—from the majestic Serengeti to the

Amazon jungle, from the Arctic Ocean to Pacific tide pools—they discovered a single set of rules that govern

all life.

• Bird of Prey: The Philippine Eagle is a bird of extremes. It’s the world’s largest and rarest eagle, found only in

the Philippines. Fewer than 800 individuals remain today, and the future of these iconic raptors — and of an

untold number of other species — is tied to the fate of the Philippines’ last fragments of old-growth forest.

In 1977, world-renowned cinematographer Neil Rettig filmed the first images of the Philippine Eagle in the

wild, transforming the bird into a national symbol. But today, with a rapidly expanding human population

facing serious political, economic, and environmental turmoil, the eagle’s plight has fallen out of public

consciousness. “Bird of Prey” follows Neil’s return to the Philippines as he embarks on a grueling expedition

alongside a small but devoted group determined to protect the eagle. Together, they answer the question:

What will it take to save a species from extinction?

• The Vanishing Caribou Rainforest is a cinematic journey into the tragically threatened world of endangered

mountain caribou, their home in the world’s largest remaining inland temperate rainforest, and the critical

human choices that will ultimately decide the fate of this stunning ecosystem. With the failure of agencies in

the U.S. and Canada to regulate industrial resource extraction effectively, honor the treaty rights of indigenous

peoples, and protect the integrity of the natural systems of this region, this film gives voice to First Nations,

scientists, foresters, conservationists, and recreationists attempting to

chart a new path forward before it is too late.

• High Tide in Dorchester is a film that encourages discussions and actions

concerning sea level rise, erosion and climate change in Dorchester

County, MD. The film creates a powerful, intimate story that looks at

a worsening global threat through the lens of Chesapeake Bay’s most

vulnerable county.

All film festival screenings are free and open to the public. Seating in

the visitor center auditorium is limited to 85 and will be filled on a first

come, first served basis. A complete film festival schedule is available on

the refuge web site: http://www.fws.gov/refuge/parker_river/. For further

information, please contact the refuge at (978) 465-5753.

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Health & Wellness

BY J. PETER ST. CLAIR, DMD

In this age of reality TV and

other unrealistic propaganda,

many people, including

teenagers, are making changes

to improve their appearance.

And for teenagers, physical

appearance is an important

element of peer pressure.

When it comes to the desire

for whiter teeth however, age

does play a role.

Whether teeth whitening is

done by a dentist or with overthe-counter

products, no one

under the age of 14 should be

whitening their teeth. Even

though all the permanent

teeth may be in by this age,

teeth are still developing.

Once the permanent teeth

have erupted into the mouth,

called active eruption, you

may notice that the teeth

look short. It takes time for

the gum tissue to recede,

called passive eruption, and

the teeth to get to their final

size.

In some people, this passive

eruption doesn’t completely

happen and the teeth still

look short. Sometimes this

A recent newspaper story told of

two senior women who were coaxed

into an experiment e-filing their taxes

on their cellphone and tablet.

E-filing apparently is becoming

more and more popular, as 126

million people e-filed for the past tax

year, and 85 million of those received

faster direct deposit refunds because

of it.

Would I do this, e-file on a

handheld electronic device? No, I

would not.

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AGE BEFORE BEAUTY

is referred to as a “gummy”

smile. There are many reasons

for showing excess gum tissue

and the solutions for that

are a subject for a different

column.

However, if teeth are

bleached prior to this passive

eruption completely taking

place, the teeth can end up

being two-toned. Although

this can usually be corrected,

it is best to wait until the

entire eruption process

is completed. Once an

adolescent has reached 15 or

16, if a parent and their child

decide that they would like

the teeth to be whiter, they

can discuss the options with

their dentist.

There are many different

ways to whiten the teeth.

Some of the over-the-counter

products will work to some

degree. They work especially

well on young teeth or

those that are more yellow.

However, the safest and most

effective way to whiten the

teeth, especially teeth that are

older or greyer, is under the

supervision of a dentist.

Many people will Google

products they can buy over

the internet to whiten their

teeth. If you have ever done

this, you know there are many

products that are sold with

the addition of an ultraviolet

Senior Scene

Filing Your Taxes on a Cellphone

In all honesty, I did e-file once

years ago, sending my information

directly to the Internal Revenue

Service with the push of a computer

keyboard button. It was the only time

in all these years that something went

wrong, and the IRS didn’t receive all

the numbers. Some months later

I received mail from them saying I

owed additional taxes. Once I ran

the numbers again and called them

on the phone, it was clear that one

entry never made it across the wires.

After I sent the paper version of the

tax return, all was well, but it caused

grief and took time to sort out. Now

I only send paper versions done on

a computer where I’m more certain

of the security software, hardwired to

the wall.

light. Clinical studies show

that this type of bleaching

is no more effective than

traditional whitening with

trays and gel. The light may

cause more dehydration in

the teeth which will produce

an appearance that the teeth

are lighter, but this is usually

not sustainable.

My experience is that

professional tray bleaching

with properly made trays and

proper technique is the most

effective. Some patients will

be able to achieve dramatic

results in only a week of

daily bleaching. Others may

require longer periods of time

to achieve the desired result.

Advances in methods and

materials with the whitening

process have come a long way.

There are predictable ways to

lighten even the darkest teeth.

There is nothing wrong with

wanting lighter teeth.

Dr. St. Clair maintains

a private dental practice in

Rowley and Newburyport

dedicated to health-centered

family dentistry. If there are

certain topics you would like to

see written about or questions

you have please email them to

him at jpstclair@stclairdmd.

com. You can view all

previously written columns

at www.jpeterstclairdentistry.

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The specific reasons I won’t use a

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software installed on them, and if

installed, it’s not familiar to the user.

2) If the device is hooked up via a

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know the difference between WEP

and WPA/WPA2, ask someone for

help with your router to make sure

you’re not on WEP, which can be

cracked by someone walking by

outside.

We seniors are targets in so many

instances already. Beware giving

identity thieves another way to access

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