So what’s on the mind of the Times Union’s independent and community blogging team? What are their thoughts this week, their dreams, their desiers, their concerns, their fears, their regrets and their furies?
Well, over the past seven days, here’s what they came up with. Right here in this blogroll recap.
This week’s list of love includes:
- Lawrence White’s “Field of View” blog, “My Personal Challenges to Donald Trump.” (Read this first.)
- Fran Rossi Szpylczyn’s “There Will Be Bread” blog, “Dreams, action, and justice.“
- Lale Davidson’s “Out of the Ordinary” blog, “Why we mourn.“
- Don Rittner’s blog, “Hudson Valley Set a Blaze (With Pumpkins!)“
- Liz Lemery Joy’s “Joy In These Days” blog, “The American Vote.“
- Paul Burgdorf’s blog, “Albany County – Town of Colonie and Beyond.” (NEW BLOGGER!! NEW BLOGGER!!)
- Rob Hoffman in the Hoffman Files blog, “Bookstores, our most endangered species.“
- Andrew Gregory in the CRUMBS local music blog, “B3nson Celebrates Funsgiving 9 in the Spirit of Giving.“
- Donna McMullen’s blog, “Are you celebrating or mourning?“
- Frank Robinson’s “Rational Optimist” blog, “President Trump, of the Nation Formerly Known as America.“
And now let’s see what the undergraduates have crafted, shall we?
- Katie Lembo in the college blog, “The difficulty of movements like #FreeChelsea and #FreeSnowden.“
- Montana Stone in the college blog, “O Beautiful.“
- Dylan Rossiter in the student news desk blog, “Trump won, like it or lump it; let it go.“
Check these blogs out, and many more from the Times Union’s crew of independent and community bloggers.
And have a great day, everybody!