Jumpstart Hosts Boston Scribbles To Novels Event

first_imgJumpstart hosted their annual Boston Scribbles to Novels event on May 2.Rob Small, Naila Bolus and David GergenCredit/Copyright: JumpstartScribbles to Novels is a unique fundraising event that provides attendees with the opportunity to meet well-known authors in an intimate setting and to help raise awareness of Jumpstart’s mission to work toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed. The event is took place at the Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston and featured a roundtable discussion highlighting the importance of literature and education in each of the author’s lives.David Gergen, CNN Political Analyst and New York Times bestselling author of Eyewitness to Power: The Essence of Leadership, Nixon to Clinton, served as the event’s keynote speaker. Also in attendance was be Edgar-award winning writer of the Chet and Bernie mysteries, Peter Abrahams; television and radio sports commentator, sports reporter and New York Times bestselling author, Michael Holley; New York Times best-selling author of the popular Fancy Nancy books, Jane O’Connor; and Pulitzer Prize-winning author of A Thousand Acres and Moo, Jane Smiley.last_img read more

TekSavvy customers get early Christmas courtesy of the CRTC

first_img Twitter “Usually when you get an email from a company it’s some sort of spammy holiday offer these days,” said Ian McDougald, a TekSavvy customer for four years.“But it was just super refreshing to get an email saying your rates are going down,” McDougald said. Score one for the little guys.Internet users who get their connection through service provider TekSavvy got an early Christmas present this week.The company began sending emails to its customers on Monday telling them their internet charges will be going down starting in January. Login/Register With: The lowered rates are thanks to a Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission ruling from October that cut the rate big telecoms like Rogers and Bell are allowed to charge independent providers like TekSavvy, Distributel and others for access to their networks.Some of the savings from that change are now being passed along to TekSavvy customers in proportion to the size of their internet packages. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment center_img Advertisement Facebook Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more