WOW. If I had this…
My first beer delivery directly to my front door via the new Boston app @DrizlyInc, which delivers beer directly to your front door. I never have to leave the house again!!
THERE IS NOTHING better than Fenway bleachers in June, Harvard Square in September, Faneuil Hall during December and the Common in April. Boston, you’re our home.
I LOVE THE FIRST warm day after a long winter where everyone has their bike out, or is walking their dog, or is strolling their baby. I love the season’s marked changes. I love how walkable the city is. I love how the sun glints off the Prudential Tower. I love the mixture of old and new architecture and I love how the city’s population explodes every September, and how noticeably more quiet, more calm it is in the summer. I love the free concerts at the Hatch Shell, the New England Aquarium, the Museum of Science, and Newbury Street, even if I couldn’t ever afford anything there. I love all the old bookshops that were around when I was there.
I LOVE THE VERY BEAUTIFUL Public Garden. I love to walk on the Common and feel its history. I love that Boston is small enough so I can know every neighborhood. Despite all of the changes, the past I knew wraps its arms around me, and the city claims me as its own.
Dearest Louis CK,
Drenched in the fine tradition of the creative arts, Emerson College has been held in the highest of regards among the collegiate world of Boston, Massachusetts. With our award winning radio shows and television programming, the esteem we have garnered from our fellow academics…
more like “schmalbany”
Mainstream, but I agree with Mckayla. Very excited to move in 2 weeks.
There’s a saying that goes, “Emerson is the most expensive summer camp I ever went to!” This is partly because our curriculum is fun (as cam should be) and some other schools in the area and across the river think we just dance and sing in glitter onesies. NOTE: Emersonians do in fact partake in the latter, but that’s not JUST what we do.
However, I went here for a good chunk of my life:
So Emerson’s a pretty good deal.