Who We Are & What We Do

Click here for our Statement of Purpose!

We are an online newspaper bringing you what’s happening in the underground world of artists and their admirers in Boston and the surrounding coastal areas.

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To find our Staff listing click Here

To find a listing of Artists we admire Click Here

Our Blog not only features our posts, but also the posts of blogs that are of interest to the artist community of Boston, and all the outer lying areas.

43 Responses “Who We Are & What We Do” →
  1. What part of Boston is this (the pictures)? Never been…but would like to plan a trip if only to see some of the adventures you mentioned

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    • The community we serve consists of all the counties and townships that have beaches on the Boston Harbor. Which area in particular depends on which artist or blog you are referring. The work of Logan O’Brien is taken from the Blue Hills Reservation, I believe. A small outcropping of granite not quite tall enough to be called mountains, but large enough to give perspective over the entire metro area. During the Winter months it’s most active as Boston’s closest skiing slope areas.

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  2. Pamela Hodgdon

    December 16, 2012

    Thank you for visiting my blog and reblogging my photograph.

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  3. This blog is a great idea! I wish you every success. I love our city! (And thank you for subscribing to my blog).

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  4. Like the header and the new friendship, thank you. Maxi’s Comments is now on your trail. I wish you all the best and great success with “The Boston Harbor Picayune.”
    Blessings to you Oracle ~ Maxi

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  5. I’ll have to mention this blog to my family in MA and NH; they are close enough to enjoy some of the event, etc. Thanks for reading my Kripalu post.

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  6. Thank you for visiting the blog and following.

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  7. Thank you for taking the time to check out my blog and for following! On a side note, I really love the city of Boston. I felt very safe walking the streets and loved the atmosphere. The people of Boston are fabulous! Thank you

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  8. Thank you for visiting and following my blog. This is awesome!

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  9. Like your site. Interesting stuff. Thanks for visiting my site

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  10. bostonbeaut

    January 3, 2013

    thanks for reblogging!

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  11. Hi there Boston! Never been but always thought it would be nice to see and an art lover’s paradise perhaps? Anyway, thanks for stopping by and liking my blog and photos of Shanghai.

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  12. ajaytao2010

    January 16, 2013

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections,
    I feel you may find something of your interest.

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  13. Thanks for visiting my blog based in A-town (which does not border Boston Harbor, sadly, but does have many other points of geographic interest!) Guess we got some of the Missing Snow today.

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  14. Thank you so much for liking my Blog!!! !!

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  15. Hi there!

    I really appreciate you following along with my blog and am pleased to see you’re enjoying the, Photo Of The Week series! Love what you’re doing here, keep it up!

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  16. Hello =). Thank you for stopping by my blog about couchsurfing in Boston. If I were staying in one place, I can see the allure of Boston to any artist, starving or not. Best wishes and hope to hear from you again soon.

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  17. Thanks for coming by my blog. I hope to find out more about the events in Boston. I’m especially interested in cross-cultural and language events. Good luck to you!

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  18. Thank you for visiting my blog and “liking” the new posts!!! You’ve done a great job highlighting Boston! One of my favorite places!

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  19. deedeemallon

    January 25, 2013

    thanks for following me. I’ll add you to my reading list… this looks fun, informative.

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  20. I love your vision to promote struggling artists. You are awesome!

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  21. Are writers struggling artists or just struggling? Thanks for liking my blog! I’ve traveled around yours and I like it, too. Great work you’re doing.

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  22. Thanks for swinging by my blog and checking out some of the posts. You all look pretty interesting! Never been to Boston and am dying to visit. I wanted to attend the AWP Conference earlier this month, but budget cuts, dontcha know, I made it to Rhode Island last summer and loved it. I’m sure Boston is just as nifty! I think New England would agree with me more than the South.

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  23. where do you say what each of the artists behind this blog do for art? curious.

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  24. We don’t directly other than what we post here. Some are photographers, some are film makers. I am the only writer/theater artist of the crowd. We prefer to just be a part of the community indtead of using it to get ahead personally.Thanks for your interest. If you dig through the posts you will find everyone’s work!

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  25. Thank you for dropping by my blog and the “Like” of my post.

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  26. i admire the mission you’ve set for yourselves and your blog, artists everywhere need support and encouragement. just thought i’d visit a bit to thank you for liking my poem today::::peace:::;

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    • Thanks!

      I admire poets probably because it’s an art form I am not that great at. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you’ll come back often!

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  27. Thank you for the many views and “Likes” of my posts!

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  28. Thanks for visiting and following my blog. I was actually visiting Boston for a travel writing/photography/blogging workshop. They gave us time to explore your beautiful historical city. I wish I had more time there, but I did get to see the Boston Museum of Science and the North End. Both of them very interesting. Wish I had time to do a harbor cruise. Maybe next time. I’ll be sure to check in here first 🙂

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  29. Thanks for visiting my blog! I’ll have to check this out for the next time we visit Boston.

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