5 June,2017

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Masters Touch Designer Attends Ferguson First Look! Event In California

Recently, I was lucky enough to have been chosen to attend an exclusive designer event through Ferguson Enterprises, one of our favorite vendors. This event, held in Orange County, California, was an opportunity for designers…

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31 January,2017

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Home Resolutions for the New Year

I have never been very good at making resolutions for the new year, and this year was no different. We are just over a month in to the new year, and I am still not…

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18 April,2014

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A Year Later by Matthew Hurley

The haunting images of April 15, 2013 have begun to resonate once again as Boston prepares for this year’s marathon.  Yet despite the sorrow that still brings a tear to the eye when we remember…

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26 November,2013

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Thanksgiving Message by Matthew Hurley

As the holiday rush rolls along and corporate America continues to squeeze away the meaning of the season in pursuit of the all mighty dollar, Thanksgiving remains a beacon of familial comfort. Christmas decorations began…

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28 October,2013

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Charlie Brown And The Wonderful World Of Peanuts by Matthew Hurley

“All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed. For after all, he was only human. He wasn’t a dog.” Charles M. Schulz on his two most popular characters,…

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1 October,2013

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Breast Cancer Awareness by Matthew Hurley

It’s an alarming statistic. One that resonates all year long but takes on added significance during the month of October – Breast Cancer Awareness Month. One in eight women, or 12.7% of all women, will get…

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12 September,2013

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9/11 by Matthew Hurley

9/11 has, of course, become a date ingrained in our memory. It was the day a younger generation of people finally understood what December 7th 1941 truly meant to our grandparents and our parents. Such…

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16 August,2013

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Love For The Game by Matthew Hurley

There’s nothing quite like being a baseball fan.  The sights, the sounds and the smell of the ballpark can hook a young kid instantly.  And rooting for the home team becomes a family tradition. For…

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31 July,2013

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An Awards Show Gets It Right by Matthew Hurley

There’s nothing quite as mind-numbing as an awards show. The pomp and circumstance, inflated egos and the absolute overkill of celebrity is lost on me. But every so often one of these plastic parades transcends…

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19 July,2013

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The Wollaston Theatre Continues To Fade Away by Matthew Hurley

There is an old movie marquee that haunts the new real estate developments in the town of Wollaston. (A small community that is part of Quincy.)  The sign hasn’t had the plastic black lettering of upcoming…

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