An outlet to express a litany of topics in the effort to write well.
Daily gripes, observations and musings from my MBTA commute.
Homeschooled by Zorastrian missionaries in a strange land with much corn and little scenery, Tangognat wandered about the orient for a brief period of time, and then washed up on the shores of academe after an unfortunate incident involving ballroom dancing and tiny mutant insects. One day she woke up and realized that she had become a librarian, which she sometimes regards with a modicum of ambivalence.
Video, photography, poetry, human rights from a lefty blogger in Savin Hill.
Personal blog of TC Cheever - Wakefield resident, area actor and writer, member of ImprovBoston and the Gold Dust Orphans.
Teaching for the Future is an Education Podcast about implementing media and technology literacy. I talk about the importance of media literacy and educational technology in the classroom and how it will change education forever.
A conversation about PR, social media and technology, with a special focus on the social media community in Greater Boston.
Created and maintained by Deborah Elizabeth Finn (sometimes known as the Cyber-Yenta). Focused on information and communication technology for the nonprofit/philanthropic sector. Includes new, information, and commentary about mission-based organizations and civic engagement in Boston and Massachusetts.
A personal blog by Nathan Burke, Malden resident, webmaster, and dog owner.
1: Flat regions on either side of the forehead 2: Places or things regarded as having within them a divine presence 3: Devices in looms that keep cloth stretched to the correct width during weaving 4: Buildings reserved for a highly valued function: libraries, temples of learning 5: Phil Temples.
That Hottness is a cultural resource for the informed Bostonian, including information on art, music, style and events. We will be the historical record of Boston's renaissance.
inane ramblings of an eye-rolling american and her caddieshack loving british husband.
That's Too Cute is a fashion blog with a focus on shoes and accessories. Here you can find ways and inspiration to wear the latest shoe trends without getting overwhelmed. Affordable fashion of all sorts is featured, along with events in the Boston area.
That's Too Cute! is a personal tagline of mine, especially when I see a cute pair of shoes or anything squeal-worthy. Though it's more of a gasp and sigh than a squeal. Because then I'd sound like a pig...
Love unbiased coverage of your favorite Boston sports teams? Neither do we.
A blog written by two die-hard sports fans who are sometimes cynical, usually sarcastic and always cheering for their new england teams.
News and commentary from the Big Guy who loves to hate and hates to love.
What is the Boston Blogger? It is a clearing house for all things Boston Red Sox. Its direction and emphasis will inevitably change over the days weeks and months, but that is what a blog does.
The Boston Pissah is blog dedicated to bringing you the best Boston has to offer. We provide you with as much content as we can: art, music, movies, sports, news, politics, etc. Our motto is "Boston without a Boston accent."
Three years ago, my boyfriend Nat and I bought a loft in an old converted bra factory in Boston. Who knew today we'd be married and MAKING ANOTHER HUMAN BEING...
JohnIAT's hellish Notes to the ongoing crisis of the 21st Century.
there is more to style and shopping than what you find in the mall. there are so many independent clothing designers whose heart and passion are in creating clothes. they have a unique point of view in their designs and often times hand make the stylish clothes and accessories. the clothing menu is dedicated to bringing awareness to indie fashion designers and giving people an option outside of what is offered in the mall, while providing the latest in fashion trends and tips.
When a barely-getting-by grad student marries a debt-laden PhD student, money is tight. To curb impending splurges, I've created a little game for myself — the daily dollar challenge. The rules are simple — have fun with one dollar (give or take a few cents) every day, then report my successes on this blog.