Best of our TU Independent Blogs, October 20, 2016: Ten for Thursday

There’s some fantastic blog posts this week from the Times Union’s collection of independent and community bloggers, and I really think that you’ll enjoy what you see here.  Besides, after what turned into a very nasty Presidential debate, we could all use a little eyebleach.  Yes?

Here we go.  Let’s start.

This week’s blog goodness includes:

  1. Rabbi Matt Cutler’s blog, “Who teaches the rabbi?
  2. Roger Green’s “Information Without the Bun” blog, “Albany County Proposition 1 is on the BACK of the Ballot.
  3. Rob Hoffman’s “Hoffman Files” blog, “Election 2016; is it an orphan or a legacy?
  4. Sonja Stark’s “PilotGirl” blog, “Trail blazing the AP on East Mountain.
  5. Michael Rivest’s blog, “Bill Ayers & Bernadine Dohrn: Demanding the Impossible.
  6. Lale Davidson’s “Out of the Ordinary” blog, “At candidate forum, Francis presses Marchione on Trump – Marchione avoids question.
  7. Liz Lemery Joy’s “Joy In These Days” blog, “It’s ‘All Lives Matter.’
  8. Heather Fazio’s blog, “I feel good – so good – so good – how about you?
  9. Sara Rose Wheeler’s “Roaring Twenties” blog, “Normy vs the skunk.
  10. Walter Ayres’ “Faith in the Public Square” blog, “Preaching politics.

And now, let’s check out the undergraduate blogs, shall we?

  1. Dylan Rossiter, Maple Hill High School, “Schodack School District’s search for a new superintendent is underway.
  2. Graciana Cox, Scotia-Glenville High School, “Scotia-Glenville’s Key Club expands community outreach efforts.
  3. Montana Stone in the college blog, “I haven’t dropped out yet.

See?  Great reading and great articles by some great community and independent bloggers.

Have a great day, everybody!