How I Met the Horrible End of a Great Show

Really, Carter Bays and Craig Thomas? That’s how you wanted your show to end? With the two people least meant for each other in the entire show dramatically back together? With a blue French Horn magically tying loose ends up? With two people who only wanted each other while they were taken changing course instantly? With […]

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What Fall Out Boy Taught Me About English Class and the Best Quote I’ve Ever Conjured Up

Over the past few weeks, I’ve become acclimated to the Fall Out Boy song “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark” from hearing it forty-eleven times at arenas during the AHL’s Calder Cup Playoffs. Most people probably think it’s called “Light Em Up,” since they say that a million times during the song […]

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The Almost Blockbuster Trade…

The last trip the Providence Bruins made to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania was a long one. It was an overnight ride from Portland, Maine to the Keystone State in the midst of a seven-game road stretch. I mentioned my not-so-Rainmanesque victory at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs in my last blog post, but intentionally left one story […]

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Winning AFTER a Trip to Mohegan

Every time I go to a Mohegan Sun Casino, something significant happens in my career. My first trip to a casino outside Las Vegas (which I only went to for the MLB Winter Meetings & Job Fair) was to Mohegan Sun in Connecticut. It was August of 2010, and I was on a road trip […]

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The Weirdest Good Day Ever

Wednesday was the most oddly memorable day I’ve had in a while. I was happy, a bit disheartened, relaxed, nervous, reminiscent and optimistic. Plus, there were cups set on fire. Although it may look like I caught Andre the Giant‘s chicken pox or decided to re-create the bubonic plague, my back actually feels better. I […]

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A Not-So Manly Confession

On Monday morning, I had a Mary Kay consultation. It feels better to get that out in the open. It wasn’t exactly something I had planned, but I’m not complaining that I was temporarily pampered and permanently interested by the business model of one of the world’s largest cosmetics companies. Brianna and I went on […]

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My Meeting at HubSpot’s Locker…

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a love letter to HubSpot, a marketing software company based in Cambridge. I’ve been admiring their marketing advice and company personality for a few years now. In typical 12-year old fashion, I asked people to “pass” my note to HubSpot to let them know how I felt. Luckily, […]

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A Love Letter to HubSpot… Pass it On!

Psst! Could you pass this note up to the HubSpotter sitting in the front row? I promise you won’t get in trouble. I have to admit a crush I have… @replying @HubSpot on Twitter with a link to this post is one way to pass it on. You could also put the link on the […]

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Winter Meetings Experiences

Every year in the first full week of December, Major League (and Minor League) Baseball holds its Winter Meetings. They’re usually in a warmer climate, though that’s not always the case. They are always interesting though, no matter what your goal is as an attendant. If you’re the paparazzi or just a star-gazer, you’ll get […]

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On Missing Doc

If there was one BU event I would do anything in my power to be at, it was the contest between Comm. Ave rivals that featured Jerry York’s first chance at tying the all-time wins mark tonight. Although that milestone would have been pretty impressive, it didn’t have anything to do with why I wanted […]

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