If anyone had looked for me yesterday around 1 pm, they would have found a shivering blue blob of exposed flesh floating in the Mirabella Pool in the North End, desperately trying to enjoy one last day of outdoor pools despite chilly gusts of wind, 60-degree temperatures and unheated water. Okay, so Boston can be [...]
As Bridget said earlier, you might walk into the Iwasaki Library and ask, “Where are all the books?” Well, she’s right, Emerson’s Library does seem rather disappointing at first, but spend some time in there and find all the good stuff the library has to offer.
Chances are, you’ll visit the Iwasaki Library at Emerson sometime in your first week or so. And you’ll probably be somewhat disappointed. “Where are all the books?” you’ll ask, perusing the limited stacks on the third floor of the Walker Building. “Where is all that great literature that entering a master’s program in writing and [...]
After three years and kind of a ridiculous amount of coffee-drinking experience at and around Emerson, I’ve decided to share my jittery wisdom with all of the new, soon-to-be caffeinated writing and publishing students. So below is Kim’s Exclusive Guide to Coffee, within a 10-15 minute walk from Emerson. Here are the criteria of evaluation: [...]
One time I walk in and the bartender says to me, “We won Best Dive in Boston. I dunno, they just gave it to us,” then shrugged like he wasn’t sure what a dive was. Which is why The Tam is a great bar. Photo courtesy rebuildingsince92 on Flickr using Creative Commons License.
This week we’re supposed to be sharing our secrets about the best things to do/places to go in Boston. I’m going to abstain, for two reasons: 1. I don’t want my favourite haunts getting overrun with any more people until I’ve met and brutally evaluated them in person. 2. Sometimes the best thing to do [...]
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