Born and raised in New Jersey (and proud of it), I’ve recently taken on a new adventure - now calling Boston my home. As any eager and slightly terrified millennial does, I’ve read the “10 Things You Must Know” blogs, the
I recently had a run in with a racist MBTA bus driver. I won’t go into detail about exactly what happened, partly because I’m tired of rehashing it and partly because my blood pressure is already rising as I’m typing
Though New York City is said to have the best public transportation system in the country, I do believe Boston has a leg up in one area. In Boston, we allow our favorite, fuzzy, four-legged creatures to ride with us
‘Twas just a typical ride home last week on the Orange line, when all of a sudden, a clever little piece of marketing stopped me in my tracks (shout out to the MBTA for some entertaining reading material on the
Over my year+ at marlo marketing I have written a number of m.blog posts covering the reasons why I don’t have my sh*t together (like that time the dry cleaner offered to iron the dress I was wearing) as well
Whenever I have a particularly squished morning commute on the T, I make it a point to check in with the blog “Men Taking Up Too Much Space on the Train” for a good laugh. Now, not all men are
Craigslist: it’s the Internet’s one-stop shop for jobs, potentially bed-bug infested used furniture and roommates who seem cool at first but will definitely drive you insane within the next few months.
One of the big reasons I moved to Boston was to have easy access to all of the places I might need to go on any given day. During both childhood and college, I was “city-adjacent” – there was shopping/food/industry
Last week, I had the immense pleasure of taking the MBTA commuter rail down to Providence. After a lovely afternoon of gourmet grilled cheeses at Farmstead (hey, it's National Grilled Cheese Month, so why not?!), I boarded the train home
Per Amelia’s earlier vitriol-filled rant against the MBTA, our city’s public transportation system is often lackluster at best. But to the Hub’s harried commuters, I’d like to point out that local taxi services leave much to be desired as well.