Best of our TU Community Bloggers, January 15, 2015: Ten for Thursday

Hey there.  It’s Thursday.  And you know what that means, right?

Is it one day past Hump Day and more colloquially known as Friday Eve?

Yeah, technically…

But it’s also time to find ten stalwart postings by ten quality Times Union community bloggers.  These are the people who write without compromise.  They write what is in their hearts and on their minds, and they’re willing to share those words with all of you.

And although I recommend that you read as many Times Union community bloggers as you can, I’d especially like you to check out the following:

  1. Azra Haqqie’s “Muslim Women” blog, “When satire cuts both ways.
  2. Rob Hoffman’s “The Hoffman Files” blog, “I utterly reject Arnold Horshack.
  3. Stephanie Snyder’s “A Professor’s Wife” blog, “When I hear footsteps.
  4. Assemblyman Jim Tedisco’s blog, “Rexford Bridge reconstruction update.
  5. Brian Huba’s “The Cat’s Pajamas” blog, “William Kennedy house call.
  6. Carl Strock’s blog, “The flip side of anti-Semitism.
  7. Jason Purvis’ “Daddy” blog, “Early Intervention.
  8. Lawrence White’s “Field of View” blog, “It is up to us now.
  9. David Kalish’s “The Ruminator” blog, “It’s so cold that…
  10. Professor Warren Roberts, “Charlie Hebdo in historical perspective.

And there you have it.  Believe me, if I could list all the great blog posts this week, I’d be renaming this thing “Twenty-Seven for Thursday” or something like that.

So check out this week’s Times Union Community Bloggers and definitely enjoy what you read!