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Walking the Freedom Trail in Boston, Part 1

Boston’s Freedom Trail is a popular tourist attraction. Any time of the year droves of people meander along the brick lined streets marking the route. My friend Glenna and I started out at Park Street Church and made our way to Old North Church via Granery Burial Grounds, King’s Chapel, the Old City Hall towards Old South Meeting Hall, the Old State House, Quincy Market and  Faneuil Hall, through Little Italy, past Paul Revere’s house, to Copps Hill, and so many of the great landmarks of this historic city. 301 more words

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Mail Basket and Beacon Hill

Clump #232:  Clear out mail basket; day 28 of the 30-day challenge.

I am so tired.  Before I fall asleep at the keyboard, here’s a small clump I forced myself to sort through.   266 more words

Aimless night

You know those nights where you just go?


The Bees

They alone hold children in common: own the roofs

of their city as one: and pass their life under the might of the law.

 -Virgil… 588 more words


Interview with Ottawa's Newest Craft Brewery: Dominion City Brewing Co.

Here at BrewBrahs.com, we’re more than just ugly mugs with above-average hair; we’re also the guys that will dive headfirst into the craft beer community and ask the hard-hitting questions that flirt with wrong side of journalistic integrity. 1,038 more words


Towards a Corporate Independence: Creating a Food Forest in Seattle


by Burl Hall, OpeEdNews
Participants in Beacon Food Forest Project
(image by Beacon Food Forest)


“Control the oil and you control nations.  Control the food and you control people,” –Henry Kissinger (quoted in Michael Pollen’s Omnivore’s Dilemma) 1,446 more words