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I recently took a road trip and went to places in Boston I am ashamed to say I have never been to in the many years I have lived here!
A trip down Blue Hill Avenue led us to South Boston and Castle Island but on the way back a visit to Simco’s on the Bridge for a foot long hot dog on a buttered grilled bun with mustard and sauerkraut was a welcomed treat. Simco’s is an landmark that has been in business since the depression and is located at 1509 Blue Hill Ave. Their menu …
Christina Applegate, founder of the breast cancer charity Right Action for Women is now the proud mama of a baby girl! Christina became a first-time mom last Thursday when she welcomed Sadie Grace LeNoble into the world. The little tyke weighed in at 7 lbs., 8 oz. and both mommy and baby are doing just fine.
In 2008, after receiving her breast cancer diagnosis, Applegate created the foundation to educate women about what it means to be at “high risk” for breast cancer and encourage them to talk to their doctors about appropriate screening.
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Posted Oct 17, 2010
Seven year ago July 8, 2003 on what was planned to be a day shopping with my then 13-year-old daughter became a day that stopped me in my tracks and cemented the meaning of “your life can change forever in one moment.”
Sara and I took the train to Boston and I told her that I needed to stop at Mass General Hospital to “quickly have my mammogram” and then we could head out for a day of shopping and lunch. The radiologist suggested that the mammogram showed an area of calcifications and that she would like …
Last year I had hope Isabelle’s CurlyCakes would be participating in Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer 2010 but unfortunately the space at 81 Charles Street in Boston was not finished in time. I am happy to say that Isabelle’s CurlyCakes is now open and will be participating in Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer 2011 which is scheduled for May2-8th! We are very excited to welcome them to Boston Bakes along with Todd English’s Figs and Kingfish Hall!
Word about how good Isabelle’s cupcakes were heard well before the cupcake store opened in Boston! Friends who ate at The Plaza Food Hall …