Tony Moceri and Leo Cohen in the Building Bellingham Podcast Studio The name Moceri has been tied to building in Bellingham and Whatcom County since 1974 because of Moceri Construction, but recently I had the opportunity to be a part of building Bellingham in a much different way. The Building Bellingham Podcast put together by … Continue reading Building Bellingham in a Whole New Way
Author: Tony Moceri
Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover
Paul Bar/Food is my new favorite restaurant in Palm Springs On a recent trip to Palm Springs, we were looking for a place to celebrate a friend’s birthday, and we landed on Paul Bar/Food. We had never heard of it, but the menu looked good. The location was a little way off the main drag … Continue reading Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover
Enjoy Something For What It Is
Bowling Across America By Mike Walsh I love games. I love playing them. I love learning about them. I even love reading about them. I love games so much that I have an Instagram page dedicated to nothing but games, @yardgamenation. I am always on the lookout for books about games in hopes that I … Continue reading Enjoy Something For What It Is
How Much is Too Much?
There is a good chance you are waking up from a night of overindulging, and if not last night, the holiday season likely meant consumption on a grand scale. Frankly, it’s one of my favorite things about the time from Halloween through New Year’s. To my doctor’s dismay, it is a time to consume. Candy … Continue reading How Much is Too Much?
In our corner of the world, the Pacific Northwest, we get a wide variety of weather. This year, it has been exceptionally varied. I saw the thermometer at my house hit 108; we got something called an atmosphere river which means it rained a lot and caused awful flooding. My phone is now telling me … Continue reading White Christmas
In Search of a Sunken Ship
I'm currently sitting in Maui, Hawaii, with a couple days left on our family vacation, waiting for it to get light out so that I begin my search once more. I'm staying on Sugar Beach, and there is a rumor of a sunken sailboat just a little way offshore in water shallow enough that it … Continue reading In Search of a Sunken Ship
I have always loved Halloween. It was a night where it seemed rules were suspended. As a kid, I was able to run around neighborhoods to all hours of the night, taking candy from strangers while wearing anything I wanted. In my teen years, I continued to feel like rules were suspended until one night, … Continue reading Happy Halloween!
Lessons Learned: The World’s Greatest Backyard Games
The World's Greatest Backyard Games, by Mathew Grear Sometimes in life you meet people that have made the choice to go for it. They have a passion or something they want to accomplish, and they put their mind towards reaching that goal. Matt Grear, author of The World’s Greatest Backyard Games is one of those … Continue reading Lessons Learned: The World’s Greatest Backyard Games
While The World Sleeps
There is nothing more distracting to me than having other people around. If another human is in the room I’m talking to them, whether they like it or not, and just being in the same building with someone creates an urge almost as great. This has always meant that I had to find ways to … Continue reading While The World Sleeps
Best Friends Margaret the Cow with Pearl the Goat Although I'm sure everyone clicked through to hear about everyone's favorite sitcom that is not what I'm writing about, however, I am a huge fan so if you do want to chat about Friends the show just let me know. This is about two rather unlikely … Continue reading Friends