Man oh man, we’ve got some great Times Union independent and community blogs in the collection this week. Really awesome stuff here. And you should know, these men and women write these blogs for the specific reason of entertaining and informing you. They’re independent in that they don’t have to answer to Big Hearst in terms of topics or subjects. And whether you like what they say, or you get frustrated by their topics, at least these posts make you think. And at the end of the day, that’s the most important factor with these independent writers.
And this week’s cache of independent and community bloggers includes:
- Fran Rossi Szpylczyn’s “There Will Be Bread” blog, “The Camino continues.” (Read this first) (Welcome back from your trip!)
- Gina Peca’s blog, “My son finally inherited something useful from me!“
- Rob Hoffman in the “Hoffman Files” blog, “Those elites … they think they’re better than us.“
- Roger Green’s “Information Without the Bun” blog, “Times Union Doubles Down on Its Attack on Michele Madigan.“
- Heather Fazio’s blog, “ATTN: Teachers, Nurses, Parents, Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles – a Giveaway!“
- Pete Bardunias’ blog, “Time For Some Reckoning in Mechanicville.“
- David Kalish’s blog, “An eighties rebel finds a path back to big hair, glam rock, and MTV.“
- Andrew Joyce’s blog, “Of politics and public works.“
- Aaron Bush in the Fiber Arts blog, “Wool weather.“
- Professor Warren Roberts’ blog, “Can we learn from England’s electoral system?“
- Jaye McBride’s blog, “So you’ve decided to watch comedy…“
And now let’s check out the students’ blogs, shall we?
- Montana Stone in the college blog, “Well that’s not very punk rock of you.“
- Gabi Turi in the college blog, “So many midterms – help.“
- Katie Lembo in the college blog, “Is there anything else coming at us before we elect a president?“
- Graciana Cox in the high school blog, “The perils of binge-watching Netflix.“
This should keep you entertained all day, and maybe into Friday if you pace yourself.
Have a great day everybody!