Tag Archives: Boston

JP Reads Silent(ish) Reading Party

JP Reads, first launched in the fall of 2012, is a community-wide literary celebration that joins together the Jamaica Plain (JP) neighborhood of Boston to read a single book by hosting an author talk, varied events and shared discussions addressing … Continue reading

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Arnold Arboretum, Massachusetts

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Tara’s World: Down to the Ground

Photos by Tara C.L. (Tati A.) are copyrighted with all rights reserved.

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JP Reads Flash Fiction Contest

This post is especially for residents of Boston:

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Tara’s World: Walls & Fences

These photos are the result of a photo class my youngest daughter (now 14) took at the Eliot School in Jamaica Plain with Robin Radin. The Eliot School was founded in 1676 as a grammar school but changed focus in the … Continue reading

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April 22, One Week Later

Classes with my undergraduate students resumed today. I was so glad to see everyone after our class was cancelled last Friday due to the order issued across Watertown, Boston, Cambridge, Belmont and Somerville to “shelter in place.” Before we turned … Continue reading

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Boston: April 19

The father of the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects immigrated to Cambridge approximately 10 years ago and, according to his brother, recently returned to Russia. His youngest son Dzhokhar, still at large somewhere in Boston, is only 19 years old. … Continue reading

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