@Hurricane_Irene Joins The Social Media Conversation

As a die-hard New Englander, one has certain expectations upon rumors of an impending “Nor’Easter.” One of these expectations is that full-grown adults will flock to super markets and behave like greased up Jell-o wrestlers in search of an oversized package of bottled water. Another is that there might be temporary inconveniences that give transportation […]

Dining Out was SO Last Year: Easy Like Sunday Morning Eggs

I’ve been on a cooking hiatus since moving to the other side of the country (LA to DC). But I’m back and better than ever. New cities call for new celebrations…one of my favorites being BRUNCH! Sunday mornings in the city call for late brunches and pool lounging. I made this special brunch dish a […]

At JP Music Fest, Everyone’s Family

“Family” was the buzzword at the first annual Jamaica Plain Music Festival, which took place last Saturday afternoon, August 20. Dozens of J.P. residents—some old, many bearded, and a few crawling—braved the choking heat to watch 23 representatives of the neighborhood’s fertile music scene perform on two stages next to the conspicuously placid Jamaica Pond. […]