What if I told you that in addition to the Times Union’s paid staff bloggers, there are dozens of community bloggers who selflessly give their time and talent and observations on life and on the world, just to make your reading experience a little better every day?
And although the TU promotes the bejeebers out of its staff bloggers, it takes a community blogger – me – to showcase the talents of the independent blogging crew. So every Thursday, I offer you ten recent posts by ten different community bloggers. I hope you enjoy reading them.
This week’s file of fantastic folios include:
- Walter Ayres “Faith in the Public Square” blog, “Protecting immigrants from deportation.”
- Gina Peca’s blog, “25 years ago…“
- Ken Screven’s blog, “The shame of the ‘ghetto chopper’ project.“
- Teri Conroy’s “Farmlife” blog, “37th Annual Holiday Craft Show in Schoharie – BUY LOCAL!“
- Lawrence White’s “Field of View” blog, “The forgotten generation of veterans.“
- Mary Martin’s “A Good Enough Life” blog, “November: when life has no plot.“
- Christopher Marblo’s “Arts Center of the Capital Region” blog, “Are creators born or made?“
- Kim Swidler’s “Travel Gal” blog, “Travel Gal’s Fifth Anniversary: I’ll be on WAMC Tomorrow to Celebrate!” (that’s today, folks)
- David Kalish’s “Ruminator” blog, “Taking tips from Hemingway.“
- Assemblyman Jim Tedisco’s blog, “On Veterans Day, time to G.I.V.E. back to our veterans.“
I seriously hope everybody enjoys these blogs as much as I have. And if you want to suggest a TU community blogger’s work that I might have previously not seen, please let me know. Or, if you enjoy the blogs you’re reading, by all means let the bloggers themselves know that you like what they’ve written.
Okay? Now get that browser fired up and enjoy these articles!