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October 27, 2013

Learning Lowell

by at 11:16 am.

When one door closes, another one opens. To the embarrassment of riches that is the Lowell blogosphere (it’s turning into a thing here!) we welcome to our blogroll newcomers at Learning Lowell.

With several posts already examining the local election - musings from grow-ins trying to learn the ropes (amazing, to see brand new residents get so deep into local politics so quickly!) - it promises to be a great new addition to the conversation. (And yes, we’re sorry, we’re probably guilty of “assum[ing they] already know the decades of history these people have.” And yes, “for a town with such a history of new groups moving in, sometimes it isn’t the most accessible.” I agree - though, of course, putting all the long history of context in every politics post is really difficult. I’m always available by email, comment, or coffee to answer any question you guys might have on any post we do here! :)

So, put them on your list of blogs on your regular reading list!

4 Responses to “Learning Lowell”

  1. Joe Says:

    Best of luck to the two of you. The layout of the site looks great. Very user friendly. If you work at the Lowell sun please know that these two up and coming bloggers have a website that is light years ahead of yours.

  2. Joe Says:

    Since CERN invented the Internet many years ago bloggers have been asking themselves one simple question. One day will I be nominated to the Lowell election board ? If the answer is no then…..let it rip!!!!!

  3. Aurora Says:

    Thanks for checking out and enjoying our blog! Left in Lowell has been a great resource as we’ve been working on getting to know the city. It’s so nice of you to welcome us to the conversation, and we’d love your comments as the blog develops.

  4. Magnolia Says:

    Lynne, I am a little late in reading this post - but thank you for the providing us with a connection to the new blog. I look forward to seeing what they have to say.

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