Up and at ’em. Rise and shine. Revilee, revilee…
Sometimes you need to just get up, open your eyes, grab that cup of coffee from your percolating-timed coffee pot, and have a seat in front of your computer.
Because you know it’s Thursday…
And with that, comes the recap of the Times Union’s most prolific and erudite bloggers, along with their work from the past week.
Ready? You got your coffee?
No, don’t start reading this until you have your coffee. I’ll wait…
All right, now that you’ve gotten your coffee…
Here we go with this week’s recap.
- Rabbi Mat Cutler’s blog, “An Unlikely Prayer for Passover: May You Have Some Indigestion.” (Read this first.)
- Nina Marinello’s blog, “He had me on…“
- Michael Rivest’s blog, “Thoughts on white privilege.“
- Brian Huba’s “Cat’s Pajamas” blog, “He did what he had to do.“
- Peter Bowden in the Gardening blog, “Planting 101.“
- Roger Green’s “Information Without the Bun” blog, “Schuyler Flatts: Reburying Enslaved People in Albany, NY.“
- Megan Willis’ “East Hysteria, N.Y.” blog, “Presidential edicts from my Jamaican palm reader.“
- Stephanie Snyder’s “A Professor’s Wife” blog, “How the ____ did I get here? A reflection of a young grad.“
- Rob Hoffman’s “Hoffman Files” blog, “Feeling the Bern … in Burlington.“
- Tara Whittle’s “Northern Belle” blog, “Sticky situations…“
- Sara Rose Wheeler’s “Roaring Twenties” blog, “Our first date.“
- Lale Davidson’s “Out of the Ordinary” blog,”Selling distrust.“
- Liz Lemery Joy’s “Joy In These Days” blog, “New York’s Conservative women and the 2016 Elections.“
You know how this works. Start with these ten blogs… and then enjoy the rest of the Times Union’s community and independent bloggers, writers and raconteurs.
And enjoy that cup of coffee.