“Thanks so much for sending me a glossy copy of the article about me in this month’s issue of The Rambler. Your support over the years has been greatly appreciated. As always, I enjoyed your latest issue. It was packed with several informative articles and information about people both local and historic. I especially enjoyed reading the reflections of Nick Miglionico, Douglas police chief, on the death of George Floyd and how the training and care of his officers would never allow that to happen in Douglas. The Rambler has quickly become a popular journal whose subscribers look forward to its monthly online arrival. Keep reflecting and writing.” — At-Large Worcester City Councilor Gary Rosen
“On behalf of the Flynn family, thank you for honoring our dad with such a beautiful tribute. You have captured the essence of Jack Flynn and we are so grateful for your kindness and expertise. He would have really enjoyed it. Also, thank you for reaching out to his colleagues who contributed. Their names were heard in our house many times growing up and he had a great deal of respect for all of them. We will all miss him so much but thanks to you his legacy will live on in the history books, or in this case online which is even better.” — Christine Golub, Daughter of Jack Flynn
"Thank you for capturing the meaning of the Webster House Restaurant with eloquence." — Ann Robert, The Webster House Restaurant
“Nice publication! Thanks for including Hunter’s!” — Jay Hunter, Hunter’s Grill & Tap at the Grafton Inn
“Thanks for your support. I really appreciate it. Great edition.” — Maureen Binienda, Superintendent of Schools, Worcester
“Greetings from the land of fluorescent tennis balls on walkers and early discount dinners! As an M&A and business brokerage guy, we often sell businesses and commercial real estate as part of the deal. I found your article on malls to be a well-informed affirmation of the progress Worcester is making in commercial markets. I’m also very pleased that Gus Giordano sees good opportunities at his places in Union Station, which has been underdeveloped for years. Cheers for the new decade and The Rambler!” — Chris George, Florida