Carol Farrish

Carol Farrish


Carol loves to research and prepare content in a way that appeals to her audiences, When not working, she loves to read. Her current guilty pleasures are comic mysteries by Ben Rehder and chick lit by Jennifer Weiner.
A one-time doctoral student in American History, Carol discovered that her true love was marketing and spent much of her career in market research and marketing communications.
As a freelance copywriter, Carol has written content for blogs and websites in a variety of industries.
Boston Redsocks Podcasts
Known for its fanatical sports fans, Boston provides a home for major baseball, football, basketball, hockey, and rugby teams, as well as for tennis, lacrosse for men and women, women’s soccer, frisbee, and roller derby. The city hosts the Boston Marathon and is the start and finish for the Boston-Montreal-Coston cycling event. Numerous high school...
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Boston street
What’s going on in Boston today? Because Boston is a city comprised of 23 neighborhoods, news about it doesn’t just come from the business and government center downtown but from the North, South, and West Ends, Charleston, Back Bay, Roxbury, Dorchester, Beacon Hill, and more. Podcasts That Cover the Boston News In Boston, current affairs...
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St Patrick's Day Parade
Boston. Lovingly known as Beantown, the Athens of America, the Cradle of Liberty, Titletown, the Hub, and more, this coastal city in Massachusetts is a great place to be from, live, or visit. While going there and walking the Freedom Trail, eating lobster, going to a Red Sox game, and exploring the neighborhoods is an...
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white man black woman sign
In the few weeks since the very public murder of George Floyd by a Minnesota policeman, racism in America has been a hot topic.  Protests by Black Lives Matter and supporters of all races, colors, ages, and sexes have drawn attention to not just the horrific racial motivation of the situation at hand but to...
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Events of the last few weeks have left a Black citizen of Minneapolis dead after a police officer knelt on his neck for over 9 minutes, a Black jogger shot by two armed vigilantes who thought he was a criminal, and a Black man in New York City reported to the police for telling a...
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The modern wedding
Is there a wedding in your future? Even if you have dreamt about your big day for your entire life, making wedding plans is more time consuming and complicated than you ever considered. Fortunately, wedding planning podcasts will fill the gap between time and knowledge so that you have the best wedding you can afford....
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For those who suffer from a chronic illness, taking two aspirin and calling the doctor in the morning – or enduring painful treatments and taking prescription medication – seldom results in relief, much less healing. When someone suffers from an invisible malady, they may not “look sick,” which sets them up for questions from well-meaning...
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The Tardis police box from Doctor Wgo
Doctor Who, the British science fiction show, first brought the time-traveling doctor and his “bigger on the inside” time machine (the Tardis or Time and Relative Dimension in Space) that looks like a blue police box to audiences in 1963. After cancellations and restarts, the show continues, with a core of recurring characters, locations, and...
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