3 free ways to experience Boston Public Garden

Today I had the privilege to walk from Cambridge, Massachusetts (Kendall Square) to Boston's (Kenmore Square). Along the walk I spent a bit of time in Boston Public Garden which is beautifully squeezed between the familiar Boston Common and the Commonwealth Avenue Mall. I saw a lot. In this post I want to share my … Continue reading 3 free ways to experience Boston Public Garden

Why you need to know Phillis Wheatley

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August 2017 A tribute to Phillis Wheatley  is at the Boston Women’s Memorial along Commonwealth Avneue Mall. Phillis Wheatley, was the first published African-American female poet. Phillis Wheatley was sold into slavery at the age of seven or eight and transported to North America. She was purchased by the Wheatley family  of Boston who taught her to … Continue reading Why you need to know Phillis Wheatley

Boston Skyline

With the Boston cityscape in the background, the Charles River in the center and the MIT campus in the foreground, this image offers a perspective of scale. My favorite pare of this photo are the colorful sailboats that dot the vast river flowing through the city. This week's Daily Post Challenge is on the topic … Continue reading Boston Skyline