Me too. These are the places I go and things I do to fix it.

Dear Boston Common Trees

June 5, 2010



Dear Boston Common Trees, I just want you to know that I hate you. I loathe you. I absolutely despise your existence. I’ll have you know you almost got away with it, you stupid fornicating trees. The first sneeze and I thought, “Oh no, it’s the Noro-virus.” Twenty-four hours went by and still no projectiling […]

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Try Light Painting

May 22, 2010


"Broken Heart"

Under 21 and bored as all get out? Yes, because of Boston’s rules about letting underaged adults into the bar, those under the age of 21 can find themselves lacking in entertainment during the after hours. One activity that might prove to be entertaining is light painting. Light Painting is exactly how it sounds. Find someone with a Digital […]

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Orient Heights

May 20, 2010


Orient Heights makes a great trip for a summer day. Take the blue line to Orient Heights and walk to the man made beach conveniently located across the water from the Boston Logan’s Airport. Watch the planes take off, play in the water, or relax in the sun on the sand. There are picnic tables […]

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Dear Boston: When is Summer Coming?

May 12, 2010


Dear Boston This is what I want to know dear beloved Boston. When will you get your act together? It is May. Actually we are half way through May and it is still only 51 degrees outside. 51! Now, I understand your Bipolar Boston self cannot comprehend that school is over (I’ve hardly accepted the fact […]

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Where’s the Wifi!?

May 10, 2010


College is all about papers, research, and reading…not to mention Facebook, email, and Twitter. Sometimes being stuffed in a library to do any of this, however, gets old and a little monotonous.  How do we fix that? Find the best free wifi spots in Boston. Boston’s Free Wifi 1.) Borders Cafe -511 Boylston Street, Boston […]

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