I have hinted at a few experiences within Boston that I have enjoyed, such as my visit to the JFK Presidential Museum and the tour of Fenway Park on its 100th anniversary, so it is time to look back on my trip to Boston back in 2012.

I am not old enough to have lived during the Kennedy Administration and the 1960s. I guess I get caught up in the pageantry and magic of Camelot and of those heady days. I am not sure where it comes from, maybe from the question of “what would have happened had JFK lived?” but I have had a fascination with the man and the promise for as long as I can remember…. Read More

“Getting out of Dallas was the easy part.” – President John Kennedy to his brother Attorney General Robert Kennedy, March 21, 1966 What if JFK survived his assassination attempt on November 22, 1963? This is the question Bryce Zabel attempts to answer in his novel, Surrounded By Enemies. As noted on its Amazon page, “President John F. Kennedy has lived through the ambush in Dealey Plaza. America holds its collective breath, seeing… Read More