Changing The World One Student At A Time

A Visit with UMass Lowell Chancellor Jacqueline Moloney The view from Jacqueline Moloney’s fourth-floor office is dramatic. Dark clouds scud above the roiling Merrimack River, creating a scene worthy of a Dutch landscape. But Moloney, the first female chancellor of UMass Lowell, is more intrigued by the students crossing the bridge below her. “That’s the... Read More

Travel Advisory – New Bedford, Mass.

New Bedford, Massachusetts: Rich history, off-the-boat seafood and a vibrant cultural community have made this coastal city New England’s newest getaway hot spot. The best things in life are often unexpected. At first glance, the city of New Bedford, located on Massachusetts’ South Coast, looks a lot like any working class coastal city in New England…. Read More

Home Design Trends – Spring 2016

Personalize your Kitchen and Bath with COLOR This past January, I had the thrill of attending the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Las Vegas. Proclaimed as “the world’s largest international trade event dedicated to the kitchen and bath industry,” KBIS enables the top vendors to gather in one location each year and show off their… Read More

Gardening Essentials: Boosting Your Blooms

You’ve done it. You’ve taken the plunge and planted a flower garden. Congratulations! Flower gardens are all about blossoms, in whatever colors you have chosen to plant. It’s discouraging, therefore, when the plants don’t bloom to their fullest potential, whether it’s the first year after you planted them or a few years later. Why do… Read More

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