A blog from the owner of Nami Spa in the South End.
A young library media specialist and her time spent in Boston-Cambridge-Somerville and beyond.
This blog has operated since November 2005 under the guiding question: Can I be funny once a day?
i am a writer, traveler, daydreamer, design-enthusiast, coffee-lover and soon-to-be yoga teacher. i was born and raised in norway (heisann nordmenn!) and now live with my handsome fiance in boston, massachusetts.
this is my blog about love, inspiration, yoga, photography and life's simple pleasures.
Josh Simons' Weblog.
I'm a software developer in my early forties. I've worked in a bunch of places, generally each smaller than the last ... My interests (generally reflected in my blog) include: software engineering, math (especially visual aspects, such as geometry), geeky recreations, language, and so on."
If it happens in Needham, here's the place to discuss it. Join Needham Times reporters, editors and photographers in a discussion on your town.
Neighbors for Neighbors, JP, (NFN) is a volunteer-run, community organization that bring neighbors together and inspires them to action. Simply put, we socialize, organize, and make a difference.
'. . .and I saw sadness come over mankind. The best turned weary of their works.' -Nietzsche
Over twenty years as a professional writer, Neil Gaiman has been one of the top writers in modern comics, and is now a best-selling novelist, whose most recent novel for adults, American Gods, was awarded the Hugo, Nebula, Bram Stoker, SFX and Locus awards, while his children's novel Coraline, has been, like American Gods, an international bestseller and an enormous critical success.
As Massachusetts' south shore commuters prepare for one of the biggest traffic headaches since the big dig. We're keeping an eye on the progress. Some 70,700 vehicles drive over the Neponset River Bridge daily.Will the project stay at the 35 million dollars estimated?
Recent technological and telecommunication developments--the internet's two-way communication model, relatively inexpensive access to computers and networks--have given rise to a powerful and diverse range of creative production, particularly among those not self-defined as artists, resulting in a bleedover between and across disciplines as people explore unconventional uses of tools and technologies. Current activity indicates that trends emergent from computer network based practice are changing the nature of performance." The idea is to use this blog to generate discussion about emergent forms, current practice, histories, interests, issues and ideas - to explore performance within, through, and across computer networks and disciplines.
for songs, musicians & more who are worth a listen, but you may never have come across.
More New England art news and reviews than anyone else.
The Newbury Line Blog features the latest news and events on Boston's most fashionable street. It includes limited time offers from The Newbury Line retailers and it is the first source of news for new retailers on The Newbury Line.
Issues and politics in Newburyport. Historic preservation, zoning, planning and development, political activism as well as other issues.
A lively, interactive blog for all things Newton. The site is maintained by the city's main newspaper, the Newton TAB, and features discussions on news items, recent issues and all things relating to the Garden City.
Personal and professional blog of Nicholas Peterson.
This blog covers new media from the digital perspective. Online marketing, social media marketing, web development and more...all the insights and up-to-date perspectives from one place.
Boston arts blog.
Where parents and resources connect for activities, events, etc.
A comprehensive NBA site with a slight bias towards the Boston Celtics.
NorthEndWaterfront.com is a neighborhood blog created as a community service to share local "news and views" about the North End/Waterfront area of Boston, Massachusetts.