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Artisan Bistro in Boston

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Arriving in Boston after a red-eye flight and a train from New York we were so hungry and tired by the time we checked-in at the Nine Zero Hotel that I gobbled up a Boston Bruins cupcake that was laid out as a part of our welcome amenity. Luckily, the hockey-themed pastry didn’t spoil my […]

Nine Zero Hotel by Kimpton in Boston

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Staying at the Nine Zero Hotel by Kimpton was the best reintroduction to Boston that we could have received. Ten years after visiting the city together as friends, and twelve years after I moved back to Vancouver after living in Massachusetts, John and I hauled our luggage up from Park Street station and walked over […]

2010 Winter Classic at Fenway Park in Boston

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On January 1st the legendary Fenway Park in will be home to an open-air hockey game that will see the Boston Bruins take on the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2010 Bridgestone Winter Classic. I won’t be in Boston however I will be in Iowa (where I was for last year’s Winter Classic) and I’ll be […]

Canucks Take on Bruins Tonight

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Yesterday I was having a pretty bad afternoon; I felt really down and things didn’t seem to be going my way. John got home and while I was going into doting-wife-getting-ready-to-prepare-dinner-for-her-man mode he placed two items on the coffee table, which just so happened to be tickets for tonight’s game. Needless to say my mood […]

Homecomings 2: Aberdeen Ave

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It’s a shame I can’t remember the sound of the electric trolley transit buses that rolled up and down either side of Aberdeen Ave. They were yellow and white with black trim, and had rear doors that opened on the driver’s side to accommodate loading on one-way streets and off the boulevard under the maple […]