Best of our TU Independent Blogs, March 9, 2017: Ten for Thursday

Up and at ’em, rise and shine, time to make this day a better day than yesterday.

Right?

Yeah, you know I’m right.

And with that in mind, the best way to start off the day after hump day, the day once known as “Friday Eve,” is to check over some great blog posts from the Times Union’s crew of independent bloggers.  These are the people who are more than happy to share their thoughts, opinions and concerns with all of you.

So let’s start the list, shall we?

This week’s collection includes:

  1. Albany City Councilman Judd Krasher’s blog, “The TU Editorial Board: peddling a bad deal for Albany residents. (Read this first.)
  2. Fran Rossi Szpylczyn’s “There Will Be Bread” blog, “Who is poor?
  3. Rob Hoffman in the “Hoffman Files,” “Fake news … the kind you can trust.
  4. Mary Martin’s “A Good Enough Life” blog, “Rootering Around.
  5. Aaron Bush in the “Fiber Arts” blog, “A space to sew.
  6. Richard Guthrie’s “Birding” blog, “Timberdoodle.
  7. Senator Jim Tedisco’s blog, “Local roads matter.
  8. Lawrence White’s “Field of View” blog, “A darkness in the White House.
  9. Susanne Marie Poulette’s blog, “Women’s History Month: The Haudenosaunee and Matilda Joslyn Gage.
  10. Lale Davidson’s “Out of the Ordinary” blog, “Just keep swimming away from fake-tape gate.

So enjoy this week’s blogs, as well as others written by the Capital District’s amazing blog community.  And have a great day, everybody!