Home Run Heartache

Last night, with one swing, David Ortiz joined a sacred club.  He became the 27th player in Major League Baseball history to hit 500 home runs.  And he’s still going. Rare is it nowadays that you see a player who truly loves the game, his team, and the city he represents.  In an age where […]

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Looking Forward: A Love Letter to Boston

Less than a week left in Israel, and less than two weeks until Boston.  Oh, Boston.  My city, my home, my heart.  If you’ve read my first few posts on this blog, you know how I feel about my hometown.  I dedicated the first ever post to my city after the bombing, and how proud […]

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Into Summer

Now that it is officially summer, cemented by the steamy 90-degree weather today, I’m ready to really get into all that Boston has to offer.  With the sailboats out on the Charles and the Esplanade in prep for July 4th, it’s going to be a beautiful Boston Strong summer. For the first time in years, […]

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Wandering

After being sick for the better part of the week, I finally had the energy to leave the house and enjoy a gorgeous Memorial Day in Boston. The sun was shining, street musicians were playing The Beatles on acoustic guitars, and my stomach actually let me eat a delicious piece of North End pizza. As […]

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Boston Strong

This first post is dedicated to my gorgeous hometown. We’ve had a rough spring, but its inspiring how people come together to heal after a tragedy. So far, over $31 million has been donated to help the victims of the bombing, and the Boston Strong motto is still going, well, strong. I have so much […]

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