Where is that Muse, anyway? I have been looking under rocks, behind Sequoias and in the toilet tank. Pesky thing is ellusive but when I catch it, he is going into the empty dog crate. Meanwhile I will keep this blog.
This is a place where library staff members write about the library and all that it offers. Topics might include a favorite book, information about one of our research databases, a How To, or more information on a special event that is being held at the library.
In an age where any person or organization can have a website, it takes a lot to give readers a reason to choose one over the other. Ward 5 online is proving to surpass the rest with an interactive site that has real-time update capabilities and an informative and non-bias format that has something for everyone. This website was created solely to provide information to readers about Ward 5 in Somerville (Massachusetts), advertise events in/about Ward 5 or that Ward 5 residents would be interested in.
Although we do include a picture and contact information for our ward representatives (Alderman and School Committee), this site does not endorse their candidacy or support past, present, or future decisions, statements, or actions including (but not limited to) quotations reported by media outlets, voting patterns, and nonpolitical behavior or business. Their inclusion on this site is for informational purposes only.
This website was started to provide information to the readers, as well as, to promote our ideology of neighbor helping neighbor. It is the belief of all associated with Ward 5 Online that bridging the gaps brings us together in community!
I'm a guy who expected to live a perfect, Irish-Catholic suburban married life, but it didn't work out; not the religion, not the suburbs, not the marriage. The Irish part is still good, though.
That's me: Wax Banks. Also known as Wally Holland. I'm about to get a Masters Degree from MIT's Comparative Media Studies program; my thesis is a mishmash of narratology, video game theory, and a little bit of educational theory, but it's basically airy philosophical speculation. Reasonably well-written, entertaining...philosophy. How embarrassing.
Watch us, two 20-something Bostonians, as we cook, eat, shop, and learn to live life to the fullest. We are not Martha Stewart. But that doesn't mean we aren't going to try...it will be a FABULOUS thing.
We Love Beantown. Period. There are many of us here – some born in Boston and natives to the area, some who showed up here because of college and others who have appeared along the way. Each author has but one thing in common: we write about things in Boston that we love from a perspective of people who are a part of this town.
Reminisce about the good old days growing up in Everett. "Back to the days of the Park Theatre, Vargis Diner, and Gorins in Everett Square.
WebinarListings is a website that brings together Webinar hosts and Webinar participants. It’s a central directory of upcoming webinars from all over the world, in a variety of interest areas from marketing to health to law.
Well-Rounded Radio connects listeners to great music happening outside the mainstream, gives them a behind-the-scenes look at its creation, and lets them sample it within each interview.
The Wellesley Townsman blog on all things relating to the town of Wellesley.
I am a girl. I am a writer. I do interesting things every other day & you can read about them here.
Wheel Questions is a community art project touring Harvard Square, Davis Square, and several festivals. People write questions on cards. Artist Johnny Monsarrat writes answers on the back. All the cards are posted on the website and a choice few placed on the installation for all to see and be inspired by.
Observations from a first-time dad on parenthood and the small but amusing ways in which life changes when you have a kid.
In this blog, I will endeavor to share thoughts about issues that I find timely and compelling - business issues, recruiting trends, Renaissance Men and Women in the world, Service Academies and their graduates, international travel, literature, theater, films and The (Once and Future)World Champion Boston Red Sox!
I'd like to share my unique experiences and observations about Boston as someone who has had a range of experiences here that many share. I've been an undergraduate, professional & homeowner in Boston; someone who is a member of community organizations and has worked for a real estate developer; a graduate student of Urban and Regional Policy, and a resident of a diverse and vibrant inner city neighborhood facing issues of institutional expansion, gentrification and real estate development - Boston issues. I enjoy seeing things change in the city and exploring the causes and impacts these changes will have. I also love walking Boston and being surprised at the depth of this little-big city.
A gay blog from a Boston 30-something year old guy on all things life, pop culture, politics, people, places, hot men, and of course music - all with a twisted gay slant!
Editors and reporters from WickedLocal.com, the Patriot Ledger, MetroWest Daily News and other GateHouse Media New England newspapers and web sites discuss political news from across the Bay State.
Deep thoughts from the Hub of the Universe on life, work, and the world at large.
A blog focused on following the Red Sox through the season, with game recaps, analysis, commentary and guest posts. We strive to bring quality original content to Sox fans across the world! We want the Red Sox to WIN the AL East division, do you?
Will's blog of Python, Linux, random content, Stringbean, PyBlosxom, Lyntin, and other projects mixed in there ad hoc, half-baked, and with a twist of lemon.
An attempt to enhance the anemic web presence of the Winter Hill area in Somerville.