Some Thoughts on the Marathon Bombing Coverage

Now that a bad chapter for Boston and America is over, it’s time to look at some of the media coverage. I’ll do it all in bullet form and try to do it all in one sitting. First, the good from the week. Local channels in Boston really got the job done. WBZ, WCVB, WHDH […]

Some Thursday Night Links

I have a lot of work to do on the blog tonight and was delayed thanks to mom insisting I take her to the mall so she could find something for a memorial the entire family is attending on Friday. Suffice to say the plans I had for this evening have been pushed back to […]

Sunday's Linkage

Let me tell you, digging out is never fun, especially when the snow has been tamped down by ice. First, I slept in, second, I took my time getting to dig out the driveway and third, it took over an hour to do it. I always tell myself my next house I live in will […]

Saturday Links Later Than Expected

I did not mean for the Saturday links to be up so late. I was hoping to have them up this morning, but it seems as if I’ve been all over Rhode Island today and I finally have a free moment to get some links up. I hope that the stories I find are not […]

First Friday Megalinks of 2009, Part I

I’ll do the Friday megalinks in two parts today. I’m still trying to find out what happened with the launch of the MLB Network last night. I’ve now heard from a subscriber in Alexandria, VA who said he could not watch the channel through Comcast. Besides the problems with Time Warner Cable in Albany/Schenectady, NY […]

Listen to the Stars of Tomorrow

The Cape Cod League has long been a place for the baseball stars of tomorrow to play and learn the nuances of the majors. College players shuck the aluminum bats for wood and get to play on the Cape for a summer. Alumni include Nomar Garciaparra, Frank Thomas and Mark McGwire to name a few. […]