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“New England’s Best” Awards 2013

November 16, 2013 by


This holiday season we will be spotlighting the nominees for this years best water blogs and best artists of our region. In the first week of the new year, we will name the 2013 winners. Bloggers will have four categories: The Water Award – Life on the Waters of New England The Shore Award – […]

Fall Has Fallen and Our Work Once Again Begins

November 7, 2013 by


Well the summer tourist season has ended, and I hope everyone has enjoyed the vacation time and had a chance to get some exposure to the travelers visiting our shores. The summer hiatus of the Boston Harbor Picayune is coming to a close. As other commitments wane, and we turn back to our work and […]

Curnblog – Movies, thoughts, thoughts about movies

August 24, 2013 by


The Melbourne International film festival was reviewed by Curnblog. I love international Indie film making. it provides me with a view of what people are doing creatively around the world. Film is not always JUST about box office success, although I wish more indie film makers got paid better for their artistic contributions to the […]

Welcome Will and Great Conversation

August 21, 2013 by


We’d like to welcome Will Crockan, the newest member of The Boston Harbor Picayune’s staff, as a contributing columnist. It’s really great to see Will talking with some of you in the comments of his first column article. The format of the Boston Harbor Picayune functions best when we all interact with each other as […]

Online Memorials and Social Diarrhea

August 18, 2013 by


People have been writing negative, hateful crap about others ever since the first bathroom wall was erected. Modern online social media has opened the floodgates for keyboard warriors and internet tough guys to reach out and harass a larger spectrum of people than ever possible before. It’s the perfect place to talk smack, air unpopular […]

Sunday Reads – Don’t skip tugster: a waterblog

June 16, 2013 by


Great read for those that want to know and see what life on the water is really all about. Altho the blog focuses on New York harbor and places accessible from it, my native “adopted” waters are on the Pow Wow in New Hampshire, where I lived some happy years. The Pow Wow meanders about […]

zee French meal | Emily Phares

June 16, 2013 by


Found something new!! From the blog…… This meal, besides being a much-needed respite during a difficult week, was so well done, so beautiful in its own quiet little way, that it made me sit back and reflect on the artful nature of French dining. Our server, Luis, who deftly balanced attentiveness and absence, allowed us […]