About

The Daily Wuss is a day-by-day – and sometimes moment-by-moment – version of the Worcesteria-type items you have loved, hated, and read in Worcester Magazine for years.

10 responses to “About

  1. Hi!

    I found you on VolcanoBoy and thought you might want to use the same local-concerts feed that he has on your blog. It would be really helpful! The RSS link for Worcester is here:
    http://gruvr.com/feed/?geo=%20Worcester,%20MA

  2. Great site. Where is the contact information, are you run by Worcester Magazine?

  3. Any comment on Worcester Magazine’s decision to discontinue / cancel the longtime running locally produced editorial cartoon “Action Geek”?

  4. “Your comment is awaiting moderation.” I love that. Moderation = homogenization. Make sure the powers-that-be give you the go-ahead to say something they’d approve of.

  5. Brian Nelson

    Thank you for noting the debut of my SUNDAY ON THE BLOCK WITH LAUREL blog, and for your kind comments about my “wide-eyed Worcester girl.” Could you please add my blog to your blogroll? Laurel and I would be delighted to be with such good company!
    Thanks again and all bestest,
    Brian Nelson

  6. Mentioned your blog in mine, would appreciate the same courtesy. Keep up the good work.

    http://thehiredpen.blogspot.com/

  7. Once again the City is telling the college students: “Stay on campus. Keep amongst yourselves.”

    There are enough rules now that demand landlords enforce the “quiet enjoyment” of neighbors and fellow tenants. Any landlord that is smart enough to negotiate a lease knows who will pay for damages to their houses, increased insurance, enforce fire and trash codes and lowered property value.

    What’s next? Are landlords going to be required to pay for doormen and make lists of every attendee? At what point does this mandated interference become “harassment” of tenants and put the landlord in further legal jeopardy?

    There are already laws that force tenants to abide by City rules. So it raises the question about whether the City has the right to interfer with a legal contract between two parties. I thought a person becomes a legal adult at 18. Is this City going to rewrite the Twenty-sixth amendment too?

    Maybe the reason the City is going after the upwardly striving college students because the City sees them as the money source that has frustrated them on PILOT. Maybe the City thinks it will be easier to go after college kids than to go after the foreign banks that are letting our three deckers rot and become arson targets. Or maybe the City would rather not have our graduates speak fondly of us when they step forward into the real world upon leaving this city.

    More and more it appears that the city leaders would prefer to have the ragged panhandlers be our ambassadors and official greeters; they are there on every street corner and at the train station. Maybe that is the solution they really want. Welcome to Worcester , indeed!

  8. Johnny Jones

    https://worcesteria.wordpress.com/2008/07/02/scratch-that/

    do you have the original email for this ?

    There was a picture that went with it too

  9. Maybe the reason the City is going after the upwardly striving college students because the City sees them as the money source that has frustrated them on PILOT. Maybe the City thinks it will be easier to go after college kids than to go after the foreign banks that are letting our three deckers rot and become arson targets. Or maybe the City would rather not have our graduates speak fondly of us when they step forward into the real world upon leaving this city.
    +1

  10. Dawn Johnson

    You should check your Blog Roll. Some of them don’t work or send you to another link or haven’t had a post in a long time. Just a suggestion.

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