“There are three classes of people: those who see, those who see when they are shown, those who do not see.” … Continue Reading
Come every election, there’s a lot at stake on the ballot. In Massachusetts, one of the initiatives is Question 4 which proposes the legalization, regulation, and taxation of recreational marijuana (Ballotpedia). What impact could this have on a state that has already decriminalized the drug? To… Continue Reading
“A good speech is like a pencil: it has to have a point.” ~ Author Unknown There are people who can talk and then there are people who can talk TED. What’s the difference? For one thing, the stakes are much… Continue Reading
Enjoyment doesn’t have to be expensive. What I love about Boston during the summertime is its pool of attractions that are both budget-friendly and entertaining. One of the major highlights of the season is Free Fun Fridays, sponsored by the Highland… Continue Reading
“I’m not looking for a hand out, I’m looking for a hand up.” ~Beverly Hilaire When… Continue Reading
Field trips aren’t just for kids. This weekend, Kendall Square was put under the microscope. As part of the Cambridge Science Festival series, I attended the Innovations of Cambridge Tour to learn about one of Boston’s most flourishing neighborhoods for scientific and technological advancement.
“A visual image is a simple thing, a picture that enters the eyes” ~Roy H. Williams From dusk to dawn, our day unfolds as a moving picture series. Inundated by countless images, only few things manage to stand out and provoke a human reaction.… Continue Reading
Thunderous applause, electrifying sounds, stunning visual backdrops: sounds like your typical concert experience right? Not so fast. Last Friday, the U.S. Army’s Spirit of America 2014 Tour made a memorable stop at the TD Garden. Organized by volunteers, this tradition… Continue Reading