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A Walking Day Around Boston

Practical reasons had me opt to park at a MBTA subway station to take the T into my morning meetings. With a 9:30 meeting downtown at City Hall, I’d be fighting traffic all the way into an expensive parking spot. … Continue reading

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The Year of the #BostonStrong Bounce Back

We were enjoying a rare couples weekend away, online to peruse our dinner options in Saratoga, when we started seeing social media references to the horrible Boston Marathon bombing. We were quickly able to determine that our son had gone … Continue reading

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#BostonStrong at Fenway Park

We had lots of reasons to smile this past Saturday at Fenway Park! It was a very trying week for everyone in the Boston area after the Marathon bombings. I didn’t know anyone well that was injured, but we were … Continue reading

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How #Nonprofits Can Build Social Capital and Boost the Economy: May 3 Forum

Can nonprofits be the key to getting us out of the economic doldrums? The first Social Capital Forum was held on May 3 in Boston, providing a presentation on research suggesting areas with high concentrations of nonprofit organizations had lower … Continue reading

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Boston’s Best Burger? A Tasty Foursquare Tip!

Actually, I’m really in no position to judge Boston’s best burger.I like to throw a burger on the grill at home, and occasionally get creative with the preparation–see for instance Burgers topped with Garlicky Arugula. But when I go out … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Fenway Park!

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the first Red Sox game at Fenway park. I am hopeful that this year’s squad will beat the Yankees later today as the 1912 Sox did (the New York team was the Highlanders than … Continue reading

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A Good Read for Red Sox Fans

Fenway 1912: The Birth of a Ballpark, a Championship Season, and Fenway’s Remarkable First Year by Glenn Stout is a great read for Red Sox fans as the old ballyard is readied for its historic 100th season. The account starts as … Continue reading

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My Week, In Pictures

Looking at my photos from a walk amidst snow flurries this morning, I realized I’ve had a lot of variety in this busy week…and managed to capture a lot of it in photos! I had to pause on my way … Continue reading

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