Julie's Blog

We Are the World – Minus One

Posted 3/18/2014 12:14:00 PM

Everyone’s texting, tweeting and blogging and instagramming and facebooking….that’s a lot of communicating without having to actually talk to each other!  And we know more about our friends and family members than we used to…or maybe than we want to?  What they’re having for breakfast, where they’re having breakfast, what their kids are having for breakfast, their religious and political views! It’s awesome! It’s like the biggest, smallest town ever! I love that we can finally see how we’re all so intricately linked together. Unless of course you get unfriended (oh  no! not unfriended!!!). Then again, that does simplify things doesn’t it?!

Grammy Anticipation...

Posted 1/27/2014 6:31:00 PM

I can’t decide who I was more excited to see on the Grammys, Paul and Ringo or Ozzy, Tony & Geezer (wish Bill Ward had been there, too.)

Who’s in charge of picking up road kill?

Posted 12/9/2013 6:44:00 AM

Because there’s been a dead skunk in the middle of the road on Quincy Shore Drive for over a week now and it’s stinkin’ to high heaven!

Happy Birthday to the “MAC” in Fleetwood Mac!

Posted 11/26/2013 10:57:00 AM

I got to interview him when they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame back in ’98; a wonderful, warm, English gentleman. He’s currently receiving treatment for cancer. Ex-wife Christine McVie says it was caught early and he should be “up and running in a couple of months.”  Godspeed John McVie!!

ps…..Christine McVie said she might like to rejoin the band!

Customer Service FAIL

Posted 11/1/2013 12:13:00 PM

Ya know, I don't go out "out" often so when I do it's kind of a big deal to me. In late September I bought a ticket on line for what looked like a great show: Los Straightjackets who I've seen before, Southern Culture on the Skids who I think I've seen before back when I used to work for WBOS and The Fleshtones who I hadn't yet seen but was totally psyched to see! They were actually the main reason I was going. And, joy of joys, they were on first so if I wimped out after being up past 9, I could go home early! The other great thing was the show was on a Friday night! I showed up at The Sinclair in Cambridge about a half hour before show time, walked up to the window, explained to the guy behind the glass that I hadn't printed out ...