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Michele Pesula Kuegler is the founder of PeKu Publications and chief foodie at Think Tasty. She runs this one-woman show focusing on creating new recipes to delight her family, friends, and herself.

Boston, You’re My City

by Michele Pesula Kuegler on January 23rd, 2012

Truth be told, I don’t live in Boston.  By a wide stretch of the imagination you could say that I live in the Greater Boston area.  However, having lived in New England for the majority of my life with Boston anywhere from an hour or two from my home, I consider it to be my city.  Yes, there are other cities that are nearer to me, but none of them have the same vibe that Boston does.

Being so near to Boston, it is a reasonable destination when seeking a fun night on the town, a day at the museum, or an afternoon of shopping.  What better way is there to spend a day than shopping on Newbury Street or at the Museum of Fine Arts followed by dinner at any one of the many fabulous restaurants?  A day like this works both as a romantic day for two or a trip for the family.

This week Boston will be in the news, even though the team that provides this attention actually is based in Foxborough.  Regardless to the location, the clinching of the AFC title by the Patriots will be sure to bring the media to Boston.  Our own sports publication, Buzzer Eagle, covered yesterday’s conference finals, and as always, with its own spin.  Do you think Boston earned that win? Read our wrap-up on the games and share your thoughts.

As I noted, Boston is a great destination, and one of our columnists at our bridal publication, Here Comes a Bride, agrees.  This week we are publishing the second article in a two-part series on honeymoons in Boston.  Read both articles, and give Boston some consideration as you make your post-wedding plans.

Just writing this article reminds me that it’s been a little while since I last was there.  I do believe it’s time for me to find a free afternoon evening for a little Boston excursion.


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