The Associated Press reported yesterday that according to Rick Bell, the head of the Center for Architecture, the Empire State Building is not on his list of “10 great buildings to see in New York.” However, the list “does include the Conde Nast Building in Times Square, which is considered the first green skyscraper; the […]
Archives for February 2008
Considering it costs $10 to purchase a domain, $50-100 for a decent annual hosting plan, and minimal effort to create some HTML and upload pictures or scan PDF files, why isn’t every restaurant and bakery online? Take a look at the blogroll to the right; There’s a simple explanation why the Thirsty Whale, Stella’s, Park […]
I can’t accurately say my TV is on in the background as it sits some 10 feet in front of me. If anything, it’s in the foreground. In either case, I have the E! Network on, half-watching the red carpet affair as actors and musicians make their way into the Academy Award show. Granted, I […]
No offense to whoever owns this Salisbury farm, but when I drove by it recently, I couldn’t help but snap a picture. Any guesses what is, err, sold here? Delicious enough for Universal Hub to appreciate.
Dr. Mitchell Bamberger joined the staff of Anna Jaques Hospital in November 2007, yet his smiling face continues to bless the advertising space of The Daily News’ website. Moreover, clicking the ad returns an invalid link.
I know some folks who paid $200+ last year and went skydiving in Connecticut. I’d like to do that. I have no desire to go bungee jumping, though. Even though I would skydive in tandem with a certified instructor, I’d be in more control of my body than a rope yanking me around like a […]
The $18.8 million Hyannis Youth & Community Center broke ground last month, culminating an idea that began eight years ago when the Barnstable Youth Hockey Association recognized a need for a new rink. A public-private partnership ensued, when the Barnstable Town Council realized their youth center, too, was outdated and overused. The new combined center, […]
Filling a void on Flickr, I created a Newburyport-only group that allows anyone to share a photo taken in the city. The URL is http://www.flickr.com/groups/newburyport/ To start momentum, I shared two recent photos I’ve taken and like.