Test Blog, Sunrise over Boston Harbor

 Red Skies in Morning – 05/24/2024.  The saying is most reliable when weather systems predominantly come from the west as they do in the UK. “Red sky at night, shepherds delight” can often be proven true, since red sky at night means fair weather is generally headed towards you. A red sky appears when dust and small particles are trapped … Read More

Test Blog 2, Seaport

 – June 30, 2024.  The Seaport District is a redeveloped stretch of the South Boston waterfront lined with large, sleek restaurants, bars and hotels. The striking Institute of Contemporary Art has glass walls overlooking the harbor. Visitors and locals relax at cafe tables on Fan Pier, along the Harborwalk. Next to the huge Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, the Lawn … Read More

Test Blog, Old Ironside out for a sail in Boston Harbor

 – July 4, 2024.  Frigate Constitution—designed by Joshua Humphreys and built at Hartt’s Shipyard in Boston, Massachusetts—was launched on 21 October 1797 and christened by Captain James Sever. The ship was one of six frigates authorized by Congress with passage of the Naval Act of 1794. Constitution was constructed with timbers from Maine to Georgia, as well as copper bolts … Read More

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Caught In Charlestown – July 2, 2024

PAN and the COVID-19 NIGHTMARE

Kenneth Larsen, D.Minn, PhD, New England Baptist Hospital Presentation from the 2021 NECOEM/MaAOHN Annual Conference SLIDES View Slides PDF VIDEO