As I've mentioned before, I'm a huge fan of the roundup post. Hopefully this collection of links has something interesting for everyone.
The bike above and the bench below? Nothing to do with the post really. I just like them.
Or maybe the bike symbolizes the metaphoric ride that we're taking together. And the bench is a pause on the ride. To catch our breath and then continue on our journey.
This post is a marathon. I applaud those of you who get through it, reading the links, in one sitting. Here we go!
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~ Interested in products still made in the USA? The Joseph Abboud factory in New Bedford, Massachusetts is still doing it. I love his style.
~ For some of the men reading, I could be wrong, but if you’re looking to be a hipster type dude or just a stylish guy, this might be the blog for you.
~ An interview with Daymond John, creator of FUBU and on the televison show Shark Tank. The interview is in three parts and includes his time in the Boston area mentoring youth for Lemonade Day.
~ This photo from a hot air balloon ride.
~ Restaurant Week Boston returns! August 19-24 & 26-31, 2012.
~ Let your inner child out! Boston Grown-Ups Museum takes place at the Boston Children's Museum on Wednesday, August 22, 2012 from 6 -9pm. Play in the exhibits while enjoying beer and wine plus small eats for sale. The event already sold out, but a limited number of tickets will be sold at the door. I hope they do this event again!
~ To celebrate Julia Child’s 100th birthday, Architectural Digest shares her words as she tells the story of her famoushouse and kitchen. The story was originally featured in the July/August 1976 issue .
~ A wonderful article on creativity and aging well.
~ Hunger among seniors is a serious problem in the United States.
~ Would you pay $50.00 to have your hair put in aponytail? No washing or cutting. Just a ponytail. Inspired by the $45.00 braid bar from last year. I must admit, this milkmaid braid is very cute.
~ Depression-era photographs from the Farm Security Administration.
~ Pret A Manger is coming to Boston!
~ Spinlister: a cheaper way to rent a bike.
~ Do you Fika? Sounds good to me.
~ The student debt crisis is finally being taken seriously.
~ The world’s most expensive cupcake. Rather obscene, but at least there is a charitable component to the madness.
~ Interesting blog posts about cooking at home and havingthe life that lets us do that. Plus an online book to give you some home cooking ideas.
~ Getting ready to visit Boston? Here are some packing tips. And you can stay at a stylish new hostel.
~ Pictures from a wedding reception in the 70’s.
~ A poignant post on being an older woman at the BlogHer conference.
~ Last but not least, my aunt was elected to serve as an At-Large Massachusetts delegate for the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. The convention is the week of September 3, 2012. It's very expensive, so if anyone would like to donate and help her attend, here's a link. Thank you!
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