This is what it looks like when everyone in a room is standing around eating ice cream and hot sauce.
The Heaven and Hell Takedown occurred back in August, but five months later seems like a good time to talk about it, right?
We competed in the hot sauce [...]
Here is a blog post that’s been on my draft list for 5 months. I feel remorseful that I didn’t hit publish when I originally wrote the post, but better late than never. I feel like I can’t really start blogging about San Francisco food while I still have Boston food posts in the queue. [...]
We’ve been in California for almost a month. I figured now is as good a time as any to share pictures from the move.
Here are some of the last photos taken in our Boston apartment, shot at approximately 3 A.M. the night before we flew out.
Jelly was helpful as ever.
I am most definitely the last person in Massachusetts to go to Castle Island. This is one of the most popular areas for a day of recreation, light tourism, sun, and family time. But prior to this weekend, it was foreign to me.
I’ve lived in Boston for almost 8 years now, and [...]
Over the weekend, Justin and I enjoyed a Valentine’s getaway and a stay at The Lenox Hotel.
I won a one night stay at The Lenox back in December at a raffle. I figured since the grand prize was won at a blogging event – I ought to blog about it [...]
How many times do you have to order food from an establishment before you can say that you love it?
We finally ordered from a sandwich place that we pass on the way to the gym (after ogling it maybe a dozen times.) Then, we ordered again. Devouring our second round of pita [...]
I attended my first ground-breaking ceremony today in downtown Boston.
A project I have been working on is going into construction. In just a few years, this basal parking lot will be a vibrant condominium building.
A tent went [...]
My sister spent the national holiday laboring behind her laptop. She is so smart and motivated, it makes me nervous about growing up and having to be that productive someday.
I will definitely need to get hooked on the java, because I think that’s the secret to her success.
We spent our Saturday at the Iconathon in the Media Lab at MIT. My sister is a fellow with Code for America, who is partnering with The Noun Project to host a series of sketching and brainstorming sessions known as Iconathons.
The goal: [...]
GREETINGSWelcome to Blunder Construction! Forecast is yummy with a 90% chance of cats.
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