Archive for April, 2008

beer mecca gets provisions

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

Since I went to The Publick House a couple of weeks ago, the start of this post has been sitting as a draft. My friend Lisa just brought today’s Daily Candy Boston to my attention and it motivated me to finish it. Publick House Provisions is a newly opened market under the ownership of neighboring […]

philly weekend getaway 2008

Tuesday, April 29th, 2008

Mike said something poignant as we crossed over the Walt Whitman bridge into Philadelphia – It is comforting to go to a completely different region of the country, but know your way around – it was something like that. [Taken from Philly Roads] There is something surreal about being a visitor in a place you […]

the city of brotherly love

Thursday, April 24th, 2008

I am going to Philly this weekend and I am so excited, oh my god I miss it so much. I took off work tomorrow and Mike, Lisa, Jenny and I are going to all drive down first thing tomorrow morning. I have plans to go to North 3rd and also grab a coffee in […]

Every Day Is Earth Day

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

oil spill

marathon streaks

Monday, April 21st, 2008

My freshman year of college was the first time I had ever missed the Boston Marathon because I was in Philadelphia and now that I am back in Boston, it seems I have ironically begun a new streak – never going. But I did work the Fruit20/Elation booth at the Marathon Expo at the Hynes […]

fine alley dining – casa romero

Monday, April 21st, 2008

Tucked away in a little alley between Newbury Street and Comm Ave on Gloucester Street in Boston is a little place called Casa Romero. Lisa and I went last friday. We had chips and salsa, sangria, two appetizers and an entree. It was great because even after all that, we didn’t walk away with that […]


Wednesday, April 16th, 2008

As suspected there has been a merger between Delta Air Lines Inc. and Northwest Airlines Corp. creating the world’s largest airline. Lots of questions raised about the recent merger. Is it going to lead to the lack of competition which will lead to higher prices? How else will it impact travelers either positively or negatively? […]

reggae weekend

Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

Where I was on saturday, the sun was out for about ten minutes total and it managed to get me. I went to the Reggae Festival at Sugarloaf for the third year in a row, Big Mountain headlined on Friday night, but we missed them. I didn’t ski, I just ate a lot of food […]