Monday, January 28, 2008

"Life on the river blends old and new in hip little Hudson"


Well, the Boston Globe article on our fair "Friendly City" must have forgotten to mention this blog.
Click there for the article.
Yeah, whatever.

PS - How many of the business owners mentioned in this article do you think voted for the current mayor? That's just a rhetorical question.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

"65 Antique Dealers, 28 resturants" !!! What is this bogus article - Fiction !!! Once again, never believe the press.
It also neglected to mention that the "B.O.O.B.'S." are usually only open "by chance"!!!

Anonymous said...

(giant eyeroll)

Maybe the Register Star can do a travel article, "Boston: the hip little new Albany of the East..."

..between all their "Rent a TV Set" ads.

Anonymous said...

Was there a single straight person interviewed for that article?

Agnes said...

"His newest labor of love is the Thunderbird Suite, which he describes as "organic modern." "

Thunderbird.

An old favorite of mine! The one you drink not the one you drive.

When i hit "Lucky Paducah" on the scratch offs Im gonna stay ing the Thuderbird Sweet you can bank on it.

Anonymous said...

OMG, you learn something everyday. I didn't know that the fire stations were all over town because there was dangerous spilt sperm oil everywhere. I thought the fire stations were there to rescue all the wild cats stuck in trees around town.

Trixie said...

Now, there's just sperm everywhere....

Anonymous said...

We wish...

Anonymous said...

Do you have a model release for that picture?

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I'll bet Ford Models Hudson has it on file.

Anonymous said...

PS - How many of those who voted for the new mayor read? That's just a rhetorical question.

Agnes said...

Well I liked the Thunderbird you drive too. Rick Fontana had a red 59 with the disappearing hardtop. Backseat memories.

Anonymous said...

"65 Antique Dealers, 28 restaurants..."

Why stop there? If you're going to lie, do it right.

How about, "718 antiques dealers, 2967 restaurants, the Hudson Performance Art and Rollerderby Museum, the Hudson Mirage Hotel, Casino, & Auto Body, and an authenthic recreation of Rome, Italy stocked with oily peasant types and Giada DeLaurentis' mother - all just off Warren Street."

Anonymous said...

Yeah, all that and there's still not a decent hotel to stay in town for the weekend.

Anonymous said...

""We're filling all the niches in town," joked one of the owners..."

Yeah, everyone's but MINE.