“Winter is the time for comfort, good food, for warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and a talk beside the fire. It is a time for home.” -Edith Sitwell xo
2111 hours ago
Valentine's Day Mini Sessions are here! To book DM here, on facebook or e-mail me.
Dating, engaged, or married? Doesn't matter as long as you're in love! I'm open to cozy in-home sessions or snowy, golden hour goodness too! Let's make it happen!
I was honored and thrilled beyond measure to attend the Cambridge Black History Project's team meeting this morning. This group of Cantabrigians gathered to document and create materials commemorating the rich legacy that comes out of the African diaspora. With an encyclopedic knowledge of Cambridge's Black families and networks, this amazing group is shaking up the public history landscape. Keep your eyes peeled for the wonderful work they have underway (including updated site markers, oral histories, and materials for public school students). Follow along and show your support at #CambMABlkHist! We are, each of us, cultural beneficiaries, agents, and contributors. The CBHP team is a prime example of how we can endeavor to keep cultural memory alive. 😊🏡❤⏳ #Cambridge#BlacksWhoBlog#IGersNewEngland#History#Research
4211 hours ago
The dude himself at Edgar Allan Poe Square. #boston
Our whole crew is hyped to have our @longroadsociety records stocked in Somerville at @vinylindex. This is particularly potent for me as one of the owners Jeremy Sullivan I worked for in my early 20s @ughhdotcom. Jeremy was always inspirational to me in many ways. He put me up on a shitload of soul and rare breaks, always supported my music writing, and sent my digging in many new directions. To put it shortly he's the man so if you're up in the Boston Area do not miss checking his new spot out.
Eight players in #highschool#lacrosse history have recorded seasons with at least 400 saves. Charlie Cipirano (pictured) has three seasons with at least 340 saves, which is a big reason he is also the nation's all-time leader. Jordan Gingras from Nashoba Valley Tech (Mass.) is the all-time leader with 433 saves in 2013. The oldest known performance have listed occurred in 1981 when Lew Janavey made 381 saves for Lakeland (N.Y.). #newyork#nylax#empirestate#massachusetts#mll#ReleasetheHounds#nylacrosse#masslax
Boateng: “It is a great honour to play with Messi and Suarez because one is the best player in the world and the other is one of the best strikers in the world.”
11211 hours ago
Sunset baby Oooo.. Back to back looks and posting, when I apologize I genuinely mean it! More coming soon, thanks for being patient with me! Any suggestions please tell me or ask any questions!!! Also do you guys like when I list the products I use? 💙💙💙
Another cool local landmark that I finally stopped by to take a closer look.
Info about early WTAG Radio courtesy of Virtual Globtrotters. "WTAG's history begins May 1, 1924 when the C T Sherer Co. a Worcester department store received the license for WDBH. WDBH began operation May 24, 1924 with a power of 100 watts on a frequency of 268 meters (1120kc.). The call letters was assigned by the Commerce Department as the next available block of sequential letters. The station used a play on words and represented that they stood for We Do Business Honestly.
One of New England’s oldest surviving AM transmitter sites is also one of its prettiest. Nestled in the suburbia of Holden, Massachusetts, just north of Worcester, WTAG (580) has called Shrewsbury Street its home since way back in 1936, when the Worcester Telegram and Gazette moved their AM station from their downtown Worcester rooftop to what was then a three-tower directional array, among the more complex DAs built in that early era."