Another exciting week at Uptondaily, the highlight for me was attending the Jazz Night at Nipmuc High School. I was disappointed I couldn’t stay and watch the entire repertoire performed by the Providence College Jazz Funk group, they were amazing. I would pay to see them play, and they performed at the HS for free. Wow, it was a treat.
This week I had a few people reach out to me wondering if I was going to cover one event or another, which is great, I love covering events. Unfortunately I can’t be everywhere; I’m just one chick. If I can’t make it to an event, please feel free to snap some photos and write a quick blurb and email it to me to post.
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My goal this week is to stop hitting publish instead of preview to spare you from typos and incomplete thoughts which are published when I accidently publish my rough drafts. It will get better, I promise.
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I find it very interesting that the letter from Sen. Moore was posted almost the same moment it hit the STB by this website, Laura Mann’s protectupton website,And the graftonpatch blog yet the Rep Peterson letter has been posted at the STB and on other non basised websites since 3-28-2013-I have a hard time believing your prior statements of no agenda are true as this clearly demonstrates you have a personal agenda along with these other outlets on these railroad issues.