Best of our TU Community Blogs, July 2, 2015: Ten for Thursday

How’s your day going so far?  Are you still nursing that first cup of coffee?  Have you had a little breakfast yet?  Are you checking your wristwatch to see if you have a few minutes to spare?

Of course you do.  You have plenty of time to spare.

So sit down and enjoy this week’s collection of quality blogs by the Times Union’s independent community bloggers.  This week’s roundup includes:

  1. Assemblyman Jim Tedisco’s blog, “On CNN talking NY prison break.” (Read this first.) (Yes, I said read this one first, he got interviewed on CNN!)
  2. David Kalish’s “The Ruminator” blog, “On America’s less traveled roads, finding the opposite of Disney.
  3. Antonio Civitella’s blog, “Speeches (Part 1).
  4. Megan Willis’ “Davenport Chronicles” “East Hysteria, N.Y.” blog, “Welcome to East Hysteria.
  5. Brad Shear’s Mohawk Hudson Humane Society blog, “Fireworks Dangers for Dogs.
  6. Amy Jones in the “30 Love” blog, “The ‘Ism’ of Feminism.
  7. Rob Hoffman in the “Hoffman Files” blog, “Airports: come for the stress, stay for the delays!
  8. Peter Bowden’s gardening blog, “Lily season is here!
  9. Sonja Stark’s “PilotGirl” blog, “Wilco’s three day music festival in North Adams.
  10. Scott Jarzombek’s “On and Off the Shelves” blog, “APL Presents ‘Summertime Reading.’

It’s like this.  You can always make time for the Times Union’s community bloggers.  Look at it this way.  They’ve always made time for you.  That’s why you can enjoy these amazing bloggers and their enjoyable writings.

Have a great one!

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