Daigo blogs about baseball, jazz, linux, or design.
Why the name Daily Uniform? My job requires me to follow a dress code of wearing 90% black to work. It's my mission to push myself to be more creative with how I dress for work, which is what inspired me to start photographing and posting what I wear to work each day as well as the clothes I get to wear on my time off.
The co-inventor of the PC spreadsheet and the founder of Trellix discusses technology.
Arlington, Mass, and More. Local and state politics, the Internet, Red Sox, and humor.
Converted Jersey girl chronicles life amongst the unemployed in Beantown. Often funny, usually racey, almost always embarassing.
Danielle blogs daily to update clients and followers on current health and fitness news.
Edgy, witty literate blather about literature, politics, movies and music blown into interviews, essays, parodies, reviews and critical analysis with a healthy dose of fiction and poetry.
I connect topics in economic development, community development, and new media technology and identify practical actions readers can take to make a difference in improving our society. I write about my own efforts to become more involved locally, in Westwood, and how I blend family, work, life, politics and community.
Lively discussion of everything having to do with Davis Square (and sometimes, other parts of Somerville).
quinn and modi are the champs of boston college. they hail from the best place on the earth: washington, dc. quinn started the whole thing. he was like, modi! get on this radio jumping off. i just signed up for the internship. let's do it. modi said yeah, and the rest is history. think of this blog as not only an extension of the radio show, but also as a place for us to voice our own opinions, share ideas, and vent frustrations with current (and not-so-current) events. plus more. bookmark us, download our old shows, support our movement. we just want to play music and make people happy. oh boy.
Politics-Sports-Media-Military-Parody. Heady discussion - Featuring the writing of Chris Austin.
Daily blog for North Shore Baby Boomers, Groovy Geezers, and those who wish they were.
Fun and light humor blog featuring musings on everything from Spitzer to Spaghetti-Os. Includes links to Boston humor sites, improv comedy shows, and Boston Society of Spontaneity happenings.
Blog by Kristen Repa, owner of the Dessert Works Bakery in Norwood.
Words, things, and other stuff. Varied reflections and rants of a new lawyer, on topics ranging from Judaism to local news. Alas, no politics.
We at The Dinner Series strive to surround ourselves with good company, delicious food, and some of the best cookware, serving, and dinner ware available. We love Scandinavian design, Italian pewter, French ceramics, and local ingredients; and try to bring all our passions together in the series of dinner parties presented here.
A little window into the mind of self-proclaimed 'Diva' Taunia, Boston-area jazz vocalist and voice teacher.