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Back to Boston

I was born in Boston, Massachusetts on 19 Jan 1979. My parents are Persian (Iranian) and at '79, my father was the professor assistant of endocrinology at Tufts. Just 3 weeks after my birth, Iran revolution has been took place. Therefore, a few month later, my parent came back to Iran to help revolutionists make a better country. Actually I was with them.
I grew up in Tehran, went to school, bombing with Saddam in Iraq-Iran war (1980-1989), went to high school, apply for medical school at Shaheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences (SBMU), married, became a general physician, received a gift from God as a daughter, and after all, decided to back to my birth city, Boston.

It took me 2 years to prove I was born in United States and got my American passport.

Then, because of Iran lows, I went to army duty – of course as a doctor – for 1 year and 4 months.

Now, in December of 2009, I am back to Boston, and I can celebrate my birthday in my home town after 30 years.

bag 'n' trash

A place to put my 'stuff' so I don't hurt someone.

Bandit Talks

A gay man on the North Shore, along with his dog Bandit, writing about the quirky aspects of being gay including politics and local eats.

Bar Warrior

Exploring Boston area bars one social lubricant at a time. Includes bar and drink reviews as well as anthropological observations and insights about the customers, bartenders and servers who supply entertainment even if the drinks suck.

Bard in Boston

Shakespeare-related events in the Greater Boston area.


Coffee centric and espresso focused blog. Oh yeah, tea too!

Beacon Broadside

Beacon Broadside is the blog of Beacon Press, a Boston institution for over 150 years. The blog features posts from Beacon authors, staff, and friends of the press, and includes on occasion posts about Boston history.

Beantown Athletic Supporters

Keeping Boston sports high and tight since 2010.

Beantown Bloggery

Your Guide to Anything and Everything Boston.

Beantown Boogiedown

Electronic dance music blog dedicated to local events, dj's, producers, music, and graphic artists based in the ?Boston and New England area.

Beantown Cuban

The writing adventures of a Cuban-American in Boston by Johnny Diaz, Boston journalist and author of BOSTON BOYS CLUB, May 2007.

Beantown on the Brink

A twenty something gal's guide to events in and around Boston!

Beantown SEO

An search engine optimization (SEO) blog by a Boston SEO consultant. The focus of the blog is on local SEO tactics and small business SEO.

Je ris par peur d'en finir a pleurer...

Beeps and Chirps - Photo a Day

A Massachusetts based photoblog with new pictures posted regularly.


I find myself thinking of food.

Between Thought and Expression

An eclectic guide to life's musical journey. Features free music downloads, indie and electronic mp3s, mash-ups, and entertainment.

Bianca's Fitness

This is a health and fitness blog with tips and updates on maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle while being fashionable! It's an upbeat fun blog not to be taken as medical advice but just everyday tips.

Big DumpTruck

Throwing Little Thought Pebbles at Your Windshield Since 1996.

Big Fat Blog

Commentary from Big Fat Whale cartoonist Brian McFadden.

Big Red Blog ... A blog without pity

Personal blog about pop culture, my adventures, and way too much about the mundane details of my life. You are going to love it.

Big Screen Boston

Blog accompanying the book Big Screen Boston: From Mystery Street to The Departed and Beyond, by Paul Sherman--the first book about the 250 movies made in and around Greater Boston. [The book is out May 1, 2008.]

Biking in Heels

Primarily a blog about transportation biking- regular people getting where they need to go by bike. I do some advocacy work-reporting on public hearings on projects with impacts for non-motorized traffic. I also discuss vintage bike repair, bike customization and a bit of non-bike daily life.

This blog combines two blogs, A Thousand Furnished Rooms, which has been active since March 2004, and a second blog, Ideas in Technology and Publishing, which I wrote from August 2003 to January 2005.