Homecoming Cheer, Bringing Sexy Back, Obama Criticism: Best of the Blogs
Here’s a look back at this week’s blog posts on Woodbury Patch.
We recently added a couple of new bloggers, both of whom hit the ground running with their posts.
Popular this week were posts about the presidential campaign, East Ridge homecoming and one Woodbury resident’s experience with the Valley Creek Road construction project.
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What does political polling mean to you? (Kurt Shea)
The religious argument deconstructed. (Thomas St Martin)
Woodbury road construction got your undies in a bundle, too? (Vicki Strong)
New listings continue to replace the homes sold and inventory remains stable, I expect our post Halloween market to shrink inventory as well. (Matthew Johnson)
What I did with the "junk" I brought home from the Junk Bonanza. (Michelle Scheuermann)
If you have any interest in French-Canadian or francophone topics, Franco-Fete is a place to consider for this weekend. (Dick Bernard)
East Ridge Cheer brings out the spirit for Homecoming 2012. (Julie Lee)
You have the chance to give the gift of reading — to a senior whose eyesight is failing. (Ken Stone)
Students in the new Architectural Technology program spent a day volunteering with TCHFH by using skills gained in the classroom to help build a split-entry home for a local family. (Brooke Luger)
MySpace + Justin Timberlake = sleek and pretty, but will it work? (Cherie DeBrule)
What is going on with the fact checkers this election cycle? (Kurt Shea)
Anna Quindlen once delivered a speech to college graduates encouraging them to stop trying to be perfect. My question is: is she right? More importantly, is it possible? (Chloe Spencer)
The Middle East is burning, who cares? What is really important is that favorite Beyonce workout song for this President. (Kurt Shea)
I find inspiration in so many different places and just few days ago — I got to know more about Dwyane Wade. (Jasna Burza)
Remember the days when you could pick up the phone, dial the number, and you actually had a live, human voice on the other end of the line? Now that was excellent customer service. (Rhonda Fitzgerald)
Read how Ladies' Night Out got started. (Patty Busse)
Upcoming informational class. (Anthony Cardinal)