So here we are, you and me, on a Thursday morning, with another round of the Times Union’s community blog recap and review. There’s some really excellent posts this week, as well as a newcomer or two to the list.
Let’s get started. You’ve got a lot of reading this week. And be prepared for book club, where we discuss the topics and nosh on Biscotti and coffee.
This week’s collection of blog creativity includes:
- Scott Jarzombek’s “On and Off the Shelves” blog, “Ms. Alice.” (Read this first.)
- Gina Peca’s blog, “I definitely got more than I gave!“
- Brian Huba’s “Cat’s Pajamas” blog, “Commercial minefield.“
- Andrew Joyce’s blog, “Hello trouble, come on in.” (It’s a new guy! Read the new guy!!)
- Rob Hoffman’s “Hoffman Files” blog, “I gotcha New York values … right here!“
- Lale Davidson’s “Out of the Ordinary” blog, “Why I trust Hillary even though my friends don’t.“
- Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara’s blog, “Safyre and the Power of Good: Thank You to the Volunteers.“
- Mary Martin’s “A Good Enough Life” blog, “Ms. Lacey and Ms. Mangano.“
- Richard Seegal’s “Your Brain: An Owners Manual” blog, “A.L. Sclerosis Meets M. Sclerosis.“
- Toots Mutant in the Roller Derby blog, “I Play Roller Derby – A Year (or Two) in Review.“
So start with these blogs and enjoy the great writing provided by the Times Union’s collection of community and independent bloggers.
And if you know of a TU community blogger who deserves consideration in future Thursday wrapups, by all means drop a comment in the box below.