Bishop And Rook is a Boston based blog covering the Boston music scene and fashion and includes some mention of wine. Observant sarcasm and cynicism with a point. A spontaneous blog with a regular routine slash hot stuff with a slight addiction to coffee and lip synching in mirrors. Wine, Fashion, DIY, Music, Food, More Wine
Investing, food, sports, politics, beer, wine, social media, music...I got it all, baby! From Cushing Square in Belmont.
We're just some guys in Boston, blogging about Good Will Hunting.
Dedicated to the advancement of progressive, blue-state values in Massachusetts and around the country. We hope that this website will serve as a forum for discussion and debate on politics and policy in Massachusetts and elsewhere, and as a way of mobilizing support for progressive policies and candidates.
Stacey J. Miller is the author of the new, affordable ebook, How to Market, Sell, Distribute, and Promote Your Book: Critical, Hard-to-Find Information for Authors and Publishers.
Wherein a 40-something late-blooming baby boomer seeks to escape a midlife crisis and the everyday drudgery of living in 21st-century America.
Personal blog of Jeff Egnaczyk. With book reviews, photos and opinions on politics, sports, technology or anything else that comes to mind.
30-something gay Bostonian who lives in the South End and is a self-described foodie and travel nut. My blog talks about life in Boston as well as politics and humor.
Self-described gay, urban Bostonian who writes about life in Boston and my travels elsewhere.
BostInnovation hopes to galvanize and unify the tech community at-large, help bring awareness about the cultural events Boston’s tech community has to offer, and report in a fact-based, entertaining manner on developments in this rapidly growing community.
Bostodelphia is an electic blog, with a running series (er, pissing match) comparing Boston with the City of Brotherly Love.
Unabashed gossip about the people and events at the start of the American Revolution in Massachusetts.
The arts and literature in Somerville and more.
A collaborative effort by members of the Boston Atheists to share opinions and foster discussion on issues relating to Atheism, freethought, and rational inquiry.
Boston Beer Bars is a blog dedicated to uncovering the greatest bars and beers that Boston has to offer.
I talk about books and review what I read- mostly literary fiction, Jewish-interest fiction and nonfiction, and graphic novels.
Insights and inspiration from a 20-something working girl on how to enjoy Boston at its finest. Besides the usual fashion, food and fun advice, look for book recommendations, news observations and some healthy, go-green initiatives. Stash this blog in your favorites folder alongside Perez and Fashionista and take my advice that posts are best enjoyed on weekday mornings alongside your favorite Starbucks or Dunkies order.
Because we like to write a lot of emails, because we have trouble reaching a consensus, because we're busy peope, and, most importantly, because we all have fascinating insights into literature... we are making this space the space where we do all things 'book club.' be it set a date or kidnap a dog.
My name is Angela and I am a 23 year old college student from the Boston area. I have lived here my whole life and I do worship Nomar Garciaparra, I say the word,''WICKED'' and I have a Boston accent. I love everything about this area and will probably never leave it.
Boston Comedy: FunnyGrownHere.com is a regularly updated blog covering Boston's comedy scene, from the up-and-coming stars at the Comedy Studio and Great Scott to veterans and legends like Steven Wright, Louis C.K., Barry Crimmins, Don Gavin, Steve Sweeney, DJ. Hazard, and more. Written by Nick A. Zaino III, longtime writer of the Bosotn Globe's Comedy Notes column and freelancer for publications like Playboy, Mental Floss, Paste Magazine, Blurt Magazine, and more.