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I interviewed all of the subjects and wrote all of the feature pieces (as well as the landing page) for the March edition of the electronic newsletter. Readership: 200,000
Boston/New England Emmy Award-winning podcast for Outstanding Advanced Media Writer/Producer, May 2008 | James E. Guilford Jr. recounts his experience serving in WWII.
When you're traveling, your best resource can be your smartphone or tablet. If you're ready to say goodbye to paper maps and guidebooks, consider our list of the ten best travel apps. Most can be downloaded for free, while others are available for less than $2.00.
I served as a principal copywriter for a year-long, pro-bono Web development project, collaborating with one of the best marketing and Web design teams to redesign the Chelsea Collaborative website.
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I served on a team at WGBH, which was a Media Partner for this cutting-edge project. I mainly contributed as a researcher. Digital elements of this project included video and real-time Google mapping to convey the story of Haitians living in Boston.
Travel back in time with the Wednesday Patch Passport to discover the history of Canton. Take a look at one of the many historical sites in town. American Revolutionary hero is probably best known for his "Midnight Ride," in April 1775, during which he rode through several towns in Middlesex county-just northwest of Boston-on horseback, warning American patriots, "The British are coming!
A profile of a local historian who discovered history in his own home. If walls could only talk, oh, the stories they would tell. Hidden well inside the walls in the Canton home of Jim Roache, there was quite a bit of history.
How an old homestead in Canton made history. In Canton, near the Milton border on Route 138 at the foot of the Great, there once stood a tavern that told the story of America's beginnings. Doty's Tavern played a vital role in the drafting of the Suffolk Resolves-the precursor of the Declaration of Independence.
Arranged explores the friendship that grows between two women -- one Jewish, one Muslim -- as they jettison ill-fitted suitors for want of true love. The narrative feature screens this month at the Berkshire International Film Festival.
In Club Soda, a young man’s dream to become a successful actor is threatened by the poor decisions he makes until a spiritual guide steps in and sets his conscience in motion. The short screens this month at the Boston International Film Festival.
Director/editor Benjamin Oliver redefines Boston rock with two entries in this month’s New England Film and Video Festival.
Pre-trip itinerary page in OAT catalog
Customer requalification mailing
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New customer acquisition trifold brochure