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Just For Fun

Bolognese? Babka? Bagels? Burritos? Bok Choy? Where To Eat In Sudbury, Wayland (and a few spots over the borders)

March 14, 2017

Tweet UPDATED ORIGINAL POST: October 22, 2013 Very few people are pleasant to be around when they are REALLY hungry. And since I, like many of you, prefer to be around people when they are pleasant, I’m happy to do whatever I can to prevent you from getting a case of the food crankies / […]

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Presenting Virtual Reality & 3D Tours of our Listings!

January 6, 2017

Tweet This is so exciting! We are working with one of the top few companies that is offering 4K, 3D virtual tours to best showcase our listings. While there is a lot of tech jargon that accompanies the info about the new technology, the bottom line is that now buyers can sit in the comfort […]

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Your Guide to Sudbury Social Media #LiveInSudburyMA

May 10, 2016

Tweet Whether or not you could categorize yourself as a wake-up-and-immediately-check-Facebook, or a I-get-my-news-from-Twitter, or a I-only-check-Facebook-to-see-what-my-kids-are-doing person, or somewhere happily surfing casually in between the world-wide-waves, and much to the chagrin of 01776 millennials, there are SO many great opportunities for you to stay in touch with what is happening in Sudbury, just by […]

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Sudbury Unites Against Eversource Plan

March 18, 2016

Tweet I’ve heard from many that not everyone in town knows about the power line issue. So, to summarize – Eversource has introduced what they are referring to as a “Reliability Plan” that will (if it happens), run an overhead high voltage transmission line through the heart and soul of Sudbury. This would require clearcutting […]

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Why We LOVE Sudbury! Reason #1

October 9, 2014

Tweet Buyers always ask us what we love about Sudbury. There are so many reasons why – most of which are intangible.  But, every day, there is at least one thing that happens that easily makes the “Why We Love Sudbury” list.  The reasons are pretty simple, but when they are all added up, it […]

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SudburyTV’s OPEN HOUSE!

September 24, 2013

Tweet I love being involved with SudburyTV. Not only do I get to relive some wonderful memories of being on camera during my own Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School days (sans my 80’s hair), but I am provided the opportunity to meet some really interesting members of our community, interview them and share my interviews and […]

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The Skinny on Sudbury Town Square – FINALLY!

May 29, 2013

Tweet For those of us living in Sudbury, the new SUDBURY TOWN SQUARE is the most exciting thing happening since Shaq moved to town (for those of you who are still Googling his Sudbury address, he is no longer living here). For those of you thinking about and seeking more good reasons to move to Sudbury, this is just […]

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Sudbury is Alive With the Sound of… The NEW Sudbury SCHOOL OF MUSIC!

December 6, 2011

Tweet Bono once said “Music can change the world because it can change people.” I am almost certain that he was not referring to my stint with the Recorder in 1979. However, thanks to Sudbury’s resident Musicians Alison Keslow and her husband, Peter Wiernik, our world is about to change. “We have lived in Sudbury […]

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HOPESudbury Telethon – TODAY from noon -10pm!

November 5, 2011

Tweet HOPESudbury is hosting its 10th Telethon! TEN Hours of fascinating, LIVE TV that will showcase local talent and some amazing auction items – such as: BMW Cruise Bike, Bosse Sports Spa DAY Gift Certificate, 2 Tickets to the SOLD OUT Kiss108 Jingle Ball, Principal for a Day at any one of our fabulous elementary […]

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Bonnie’s Bootcamp Memorial Workout Event to Benefit Ovarian Cancer Research

September 21, 2011

Tweet In November 2008, my dear friend Bonnie lost her Mom, Marlene Kittredge, to Ovarian Cancer. Since that time, Bonnie has been determined to raise awareness and help find a cure for this awful disease. Bonnie created this inspiring fundraiser for which 100% of the money raised will be directly donated to her Mom’s Doctor […]

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Camp Sewataro Receives 2011 Best of Sudbury Award!

September 13, 2011

Tweet We didn’t need a reason to love Camp Sewataro any more than we already do, but I just received this press release, and as a former camper and parent of current campers, I wholeheartedly agree with this fabulous award. CONGRATULATIONS to Camp Sewataro! How many more days until Summer 2012??? Camp Sewataro Receives 2011 […]

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Shaq has left the Suburbs of Boston

July 19, 2011
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Tweet Dear friends, who, on a daily basis, Google a variation of “where does Shaq live in Massachusetts” or “Shaq’s house in Sudbury”, and for those of you who call and text me asking me to deliver a message to Shaq from a long lost “relative”,  I am sorry to inform you that Shaq no […]

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Happy Independence Day, Sudbury, MA 01776

July 4, 2011

Tweet Growing up in Sudbury, it was easy to take for granted some of the things I knew about my hometown. It is where I grew up, went to school, played sports, made good friends, and of course, had “NOTHING” to do. There were only so many nights we could spend at Sudbury Pizza, bowl […]

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Heads Up – Road Closures in Sudbury on July 4th

July 3, 2011

Tweet Just because the Parade starts at 1pm, it doesn’t mean that it will be OK for you to drive to Sudbury Farms for that last minute “what to bring to a friend’s house” item at 12:30 and think you will be safe to shop, get out of the popular Parade Route parking lot and […]

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Fish, Trash and Sap in Sudbury, MA

June 30, 2011

Tweet In this case, the three are totally unrelated. This is not about food, celebrity gossip or romance. FISH: For those of you still thinking about what to do with your precious darlings for the second half of the summer, I have a crazy camp crush on Sudbury’s Camp Sewataro right now. Yes, my daughter […]

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JULY 4th 2011 – The 47th Running of the SUDBURY ROAD RACE (updated)

June 29, 2011

Tweet Let’s just say that I love a lot of things more than I love running outside. Especially running outside in the summer. I’m a run on the treadmill at Bosse Sports and insane workout at Bonnie’s Bootcamp at 6am person – not a muggy, humid, already set the stage for a bad hair day […]

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Wanna Get Away? How to Prepare Your House For Vacation

June 27, 2011
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Tweet Summer is finally here. And like a long anticipated wait for the Bruins to win the Stanley Cup, it’s time to celebrate, or go away and enjoy time at the beach/lake/pond – wherever. If your house is not on the market and you are planning to leave your house unattended for an extended period […]

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Summer, Summer, Summertime! It’s not too late for CAMP!

June 23, 2011

Tweet When it was still snowing in April, it seemed as though we really had MONTHS before summer. Well, not so much. It started 2 days ago, and officially – yesterday, when our kids ran off the bus for the last time until September. So, for those of you moving to Sudbury this summer, or […]

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Translating Real Estate Ads: 101. Some Descriptions Will Have You ROFL.

June 13, 2011
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Tweet OMG! EVEN UR MIL WILL LOVE THIS UPDATED POTTERY BARN CAPE w/ GR8 ADDY, HARDWOOD, FIN LL & GOURMET KIT R 2D4. CM 2DAY 4 the 411. BTW, OWNERS R MOTIVATED. It can be difficult enough to keep up with texting jargon without calling Sudbury’s own Rapport International to translate for you. Having to […]

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Selling, Buying and Superstitions: What a Little Statue, Some Salt and a Broom Can Do for You

May 23, 2011
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Tweet I recently attended the highly anticipated Game 1 of the Boston Bruins/Tampa Bay Lightning playoff series. My previous career was in the sports business and I’ve been to more than my share of games. But, attending as a spectator at the first Eastern Conference Final played by the Bruins since 1992, for THE Stanley […]

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