Introducing Community Blog Posts


Have strong opinions? Good, because we want to hear ’em. Dust off your laptops and flex those typing fingers – Scout Cambridge is now accepting submissions for community blog posts.

What exactly is a community blog post, you ask? It’s whatever you want it to be. Kind of. Here’s the deal: We get emails from you beautiful people in our inboxes nearly every day. Sometimes you’re giving props to an outstanding community member, and sometimes you’re shouting out a new restaurant whose dishes you can’t stop talking about. Often, you’re asking us to give your band a listen or come check out your show. And sometimes – only sometimes – you’re super mad about something that’s happening in our city, and you want to make sure we know about it.

We’d think you’d like to have a platform for sharing those thoughts, so we’re doing something about it. Send an email to scout [@] scoutmagazines [.] com, and let us know what’s up. Tell us your idea for a community blog or send us your completed post (which should be somewhere in the neighborhood of 200-300 words, but can be longer if you feel it’s necessary). No press releases, please; these should be well-thought-out, original posts that come straight from you.

Questions? Concerns? Comments? Shouts? Murmurs? You know where to send them. We look forward to hearing what you have to say.