College Project Blog Takes On Life Of Its Own. A Sad, Forlorn, Ignored, Lonely, Abandoned Life Of Its Own

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college project blogOLD ORCHARD BEACH – What started out as a college project blog has taken on a life of its own and blogger and college student Leah Kaliher plans on keeping her postings about year-round restaurants in Old Orchard Beach and what makes them successful updated even after her course ends later this month. Called a “Year-Round Taste of OOB,” Kaliher’s blog can be found at www.oobrestaurants.blogspot.com. She describes the purpose behind the blog, which includes pod casts and video footage, as follows: “Old Orchard Beach, Maine is a small town that attracts thousands of tourists from New England and Canada during the summer months. After Labor Day, many of the town’s businesses, including several restaurants and other food services, shut down. A select few of these businesses choose to stay open, continuing to serve the public in the off-season. This blog will take you through an exploration of these unique restaurants that continue to draw in customers once all the tourists have gone.” (read more at Keep Me Current)

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2 Comments on "College Project Blog Takes On Life Of Its Own. A Sad, Forlorn, Ignored, Lonely, Abandoned Life Of Its Own"

  1. vanderleun | May 13, 2012 at 11:02 AM |

    “the restaurant blog was a requirement of her digital journalism class” which was the primary cause of her $87,000 student loan and her parents joint suicide leaving her the basement and the house above it from which to launch her blog empire!

  2. In her defense, Old Orchard Beach itself is pretty sad, forlorn, ignored, lonely, and abandoned, too.

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