The Rick Berlin Project by Melissa Tabeek

The Rick Berlin project is back! (for a post or two, at least)

Farah Joan Fard, author of the blog LaParadiddle, was kind enough to take an interest in the project I did about local Boston musician, Rick Berlin. My first foray into guest blogging was a good one – thanks Farah! Read the rest of the post and relive the Berlin magic all over again!

Farah Joan

Three things.

1: Saw Fiona Apple perform on Saturday and it was AH-MAZING. Highly recommend.

2: Please remember to vote in my Women In Music poll! You can vote once a day, and I will do a feature on the winner!

3: Thanks to the delightful Melissa Tabeek, I am bringing you her story on Boston musician Rick Berlin. The care and time she has put into this story is astounding. I am so happy to introduce my first guest blogger…here we go!

The Rick Berlin Projectby Melissa Tabeek

In America’s society, youth is paramount. People chase younger partners, pay for younger faces and shop in departments that are meant for younger years. Classic is traded in for shiny and new. Generally speaking.

But in the Boston music scene, there is a figure that defies age and easy categorization – a man who has managed to stay…

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About Melissa Tabeek

Melissa Tabeek is a freelance journalist based in Beirut, Lebanon. She reports on politics, culture and social issues in the Middle East. On her website, you can also find her blog, where she writes about her work and daily life in Lebanon. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Journalism from Northeastern University.
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