Day three of my cross country voyage started early and brought me from Princeton, New Jersey through the hills of Eastern Pennsylvania to State College. State College is almost directly in the middle of the state. I started this day very early. I was meeting an old friend from my
The second day of my cross country road trip began in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, and ended in Princeton, NJ. My travels took me through a series of New Jersey cities and Hill towns, and an afternoon exploring the winter Continental Army encampment and Washington’s Headquarters in Morristown.
As I travel the country this summer I am taking my alma mater’s mascot along for the ride. I am a proud graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Lowell. Our sports teams just moved up to NCAA Division I in all programs, competing in Hockey East since 1984 for
The first day of my cross continent journey was jam packed. I traveled from Central Massachusetts to Coney Island, with the vineyards, fishing villages, and strip malls of Long Island in between. I met some interesting people including a nuclear submariner, and caught up with friends and family. My ferry
With a short, less than two minute speech, recorded and distributed to the Allied Expeditionary Forces, General Dwight David Eisenhower rallied his men on the eve of the D-Day invasion. Listen to his speech, on this 71st Anniversary of that day.
Next week conservative comedian Evan Sayet will be gracing the stage at Laugh Boston in the Seaport District of Boston. Here’s how Laugh Boston is billing the show. Evan Sayet is the nation’s leading conservative political comedian. He has headlined events from David Horowitz’s Restoration Weekend to the Reagan Dinner
On Saturday May 30, 2015, Ted Cruz visited the home of Massachusetts State Representative Jim Lyons (R-Andover) in Andover, Massachusetts. After his introduction, he wanted to get one thing off his chest, to the rabid group of Patriots’ fans. The words came from one Texas Patriot, to Patriots Nation. Cruz
The internet has been filled lately with stories about the so-called “dad bod” craze. In short, women have finally admitted they like a little curve on their men. The youth of America have been whispering about something they call the “dad bod” for years, trading definitions on Urban Dictionary and
I joined host Steve Aveson, and former State Senator Barry Finegold on New England Cable News’ Broadside program. We discussed, Hillary Clinton’s truthiness, ISIS, Frank Guinta’s campaign finance problems, deflategate and more. Take a look
In 1978, Luciano Pavarotti, the Italian Tenor, gave what should be regarded as the best Christmas concert ever. It is concert of mostly spiritual music of the season. The setting is as equally grand as the concert itself. Montreal’s Basillique du Notre Dame, the mother church of les Habitants of