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Artist transforms trunk

Damaged by storm, centuries-old tree to become sculpture

May 19, 2013

MESOPOTAMIA — Yvonne Mulidore said she couldn’t begin to guess what the man with the chain saw was carving into the top of the tree trunk next to The End of the Commons General Store....

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CitizenZero

May-19-13 8:11 PM

I used to like the store, before they remodeled. But even then their prices were much higher than anything you find in Middlefield....

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moonie

May-19-13 3:44 PM

The people who own this store will do anything to make a buck. They also weren't supposed to add onto the historic building but did it anyway. This tree sculpture is another gimmick, just like the horse and buggy sculpture thing they did across the street. It all looks tacky, including the fake storefront they put on the side of the building.

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