Monthly Archives: November 2014

I Like it When the News Hits My Porch

The Economist is launching a daily digital email and/or app (Economist Espresso) that is meant to help you keep ahead of the news in really bite-size chunks. 5 stories each with just 150 words. “We’re trying to give you a sense … Continue reading

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I’m Going Back to CDs

I remember when my wife and I first got together and combined our CDs. It was kind of magical to see where the overlaps were. Obviously we both had an Ani DiFranco thing, but also some Shelby Lynne, a ridiculous … Continue reading

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Buying Art Is an Act of Courage

This weekend was the 10th anniversary of Roslindale Open Studios. It also snowed and rained and sleeted this weekend, so just going outside really was an act of courage. But also something that Bostonians of any moral standing know how … Continue reading

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My FitBit is a Steps Pusher

I set a challenge for myself in October to walk 8,000 steps a day (Thanks, FitBit. You steps pusher, you.) Like most people, I was averaging around 3-4,000 steps a day so figuring out how to double that count on … Continue reading

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