A few to check out …
If you like this at all, try my other blog, Hope Street. It’s a family-history jawn with a bunch of American social history thrown in as well.
I’m a big fan of The Hits Just Keep On Comin’, a pop-music and personal blog run by J.A. Bartlett, a DJ, freelance writer, gentleman and scholar from the farmlands of southern Wisconsin.
An old high school friend of mine writes about problem-solving, tinkering and life lessons at The Penny Collector. Well worth checking out.
I don’t stop by Jeff Ash’s AM, Then FM as often as I should. Same with Grayowl Point, a humble, fantastic little blog about Canadian indie music. Brian Rostron’s Ephemera is relatively new, but will soon join the ranks of blogs I should visit more often.
There are loads and loads of baseball blogs written by people who know lots more than I do, which is a big reason I don’t write about baseball very often. My favorites include Getting Blanked, Crashburn Alley and Drunk Jays Fans, which I enjoy on a regular basis despite not even liking the Blue Jays all that much. Oh, and Value Over Replacement Grit. And Nick Tavares’ Saves and Shutouts. Also, a bunch of Detroit Tigers-themed blogs I found on Twitter (somehow I’ve managed to follow half the Tigers fans in the world; or perhaps they follow me. It is a delicate promenade.)
More to come, most likely.