Crossword Corner The blog site I visit almost every day is Crossword Corner, which discusses the LA Times crossword, my favorite puzzle because, well, that’s the one that’s in our local papers. I use the SF Chronicle edition, fold the page in quarters then [attempt to] fill it out in ink; I settle for the on-line version if we are traveling. Crossword Corner explains the answers and has a nice congenial group of commenters. I’ve been a lurker (I prefer to say a silent participant) at CC’s blog since she started it in January of 2008.
Bill Moyers The political site I trust the most to be factual and fair is Bill Moyers’. You can read of his accomplishments in Wikipedia, and be impressed.
Gotham Writers I visit Gotham Writers out of New York City, and love their on-line classes. Their lessons are especially meaty. The Humor Writing class was so much fun, I might take it again. Gotham’s monthly newsletter includes a lot of information.
Poets & Writers Poets and Writers is reputable. I should visit more often.
The travel companies that we use more often than others are Overseas Adventure Travel (OAT) and Road Scholar. I visit both of their sites often, just to daydream about new trips.
Rick Steves When we went to a Rick Steves talk, I expected him to chat about how to pack a carry-on, but instead, his talk was quite political. And very interesting, I might add. It made me want to visit his website, and his TV show on Fascism is just one of the valuable things you can find there.
Cake Wrecks If I am in need of a really good laugh.