Various goings on in Allston, MA. And/or nearby, on occasion.
Beantown Socialite bloggers write about what's good in and around Boston, including restaurants, sports, dating, etc.
Blog of the Boston Photography Center, a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2004 to share ideas and knowledge, to educate, to mount group exhibitions, and to promote the advancement of the fantastic art of photography and photographers in Boston.
Boston Photography Focus is a blog dedicated to Boston photographers, Boston photography exhibitions and education, photo enthusiasts, and all manner of photo-based activities, news, happenings, topics, and ideas in and around Boston, New England, and beyond. It is sponsored by the Photographic Resource Center (PRC) at Boston University, New England's center for photography. The PRC is an independent non-profit organization that serves as a vital forum for the exploration and interpretation of new work, ideas, and methods in photography and related media.
Photoblog of life in Gloucester, Rockport and Essex on Cape Ann, MA and communities along Massachusetts' North Shore.
A fun blog about weddings and life from a husband and wife team of wedding photojournalists.
Commercial and fine-art photographer specializing in infrared people and street scenes, and fashion photography.
Fenway community news from the Fenway, Kenmore Square, Upper Back Bay, Prudential, Longwood and Mission Hill neighborhoods.
Things I would discuss over coffee or tea. If anyone ever took me out to coffee or tea...
A photo-rich personal blog focusing on the two towns I call home: Newton, MA and Keene, NH.
Boston girl documenting the love that surrounds us everyday. All you need to do is look for it.
My name is Lauren and I'm a southerner currently living in Boston! I love to cook, decorate cakes, do projects around the house, travel and hang out with my husband and little dog Toby...which is probably most of what this blog will be about!
A photo blog devoted to the day to day scenes in and around Boston with commentary on the subject of the day. Features many sunrise shots from Winthrop.
My name is Erin, I'm 24. I live in North Central Massachusetts and work as a digital photographer at an historical conservation center. This is my personal blog about narratives, history, photography, gardening, cooking, crafts, clothes, and cute.
me and my boyfriend recently moved to Boston for scientific research at harvard. we both are from the netherlands. my blog shows one picture each day about our new life here, accompanied by a small description. it does not have a general theme, mostly it is about what happened that day, or what i saw on the street. i try to depict boston-life as we, as outsiders, see it.
i like to take pictures, unfortunately do not know anything about cameras... although i wish i did!
A veritable "BOSTON by the SEE" news photo blog. Take a visual tour of the scenic, the celebrated, and the immediate. The Boston we all know and love.
Training for the Hyannis half marathon (2/27) + spells of saturnalia in Boston bars/restaurants
Amanda is an e-book editor by trade, blogger and writer by night, runner by nature and foodie at heart. All of the pictures on this blog were taken with her *iPhone 4, which is terrible for making phone calls but surprisingly apt at capturing photos. She is 20-something years old and she lives in Boston, MA.
*ShakeItPhoto is the app Amanda uses to frame these pics. While it can be somewhat distracting to stop and get camera-happy while running, she'll be the first to tell you that it's been making training so much more dynamic--long, solo runs no longer feel as aimless, now they're about... reporting, and documenting bits of beauty along the way.
Randomness of national wierdness, Boston news (with emphesis on Allston and Brighton), Punk/Hardcore storys and other assorted related info.
Its purpose is to record some signiificant events of my daily life here in Allston, in Boston. As with the Paris blog, this one will include a series of observations of an unfolding political drama, in this case the massive expansion of Harvard University into North Allston. The drama of the community's response to this large event, both opportunity and lethal threat, will add poignancy, I hope, to these views.