What a great resource the Times Union’s blogfarm has become. We have the most talented, articulate, dedicated community and independent bloggers in the area, and you can read all their works and thoughts and dreams and desires and irritations and wishes in one collective portal.
In fact, if you take a moment today and read some of these great blogs… you will feel smarter and more intelligent for doing so.
So let’s check out this week’s edition of remarkable reading, shall we?
- Roger Green’s “Information Without the Bun” blog, “End the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in New York State by End of 2020.” (Read this first.)
- Rob Hoffman’s “Hoffman Files” blog, “The price of blind loyalty.“
- Stephanie Snyder’s “A Professor’s Wife” blog, “Life as Wile E. Coyote.“
- David Kalish’s “The Ruminator” blog, “Learning the feeding habits of trolls.“
- Azra Haqqie’s “Muslim Women” blog, “Meet your Muslim neighbors over a cup of coffee.“
- Don Rittner’s history blog, “Naturalist At Large in NYC – R.H. Macy.“
- Sonja Stark’s “PilotGirl” blog, “Putting travel risks in perspective.“
- Brian Huba’s “Cat’s Pajamas” blog, “Why break the chain?“
- Jim Shahen’s “Life and Other Things” blog, “No (Mind)freakin’ Way!“
- Walter Ayres’ “Faith in the Public Square” blog, “Scriptural advice for candidates.“
There you have it. Start with these ten blogs, and then let your interests drift around the rest of the TU blogfarm. There’s plenty of independent and community bloggers whose works and words deserve your attention. Enjoy!