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CBGB’s was long and narrow like my chicken coop. Unlike the coop, however, walls were covered in posters and stickers so thick you couldn’t see through to the paint, if there was any … more
I’ll be traveling to one of the far north reaches of Sullivan County on Friday night for the observance of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year. Congregation Agudas Achim of Livingston Manor. … more
My dad’s favorite meal is breakfast. So much so, that often as kids he would make us “breakfast for dinner”, a trick he learned from my grandma and grandpa, who would have us over … more
So on top of the deer problems that I have, now there is a pesky bear hanging around. At least this bear does wander off quickly when he or she knows that I am home. I don’t need to clank pots … more
“Come gather ’round people wherever you roam and admit that the waters around you have grown.” Those opening lyrics of Bob Dylan’s “The Times They Are … more
If you’re going to steal my identity, you have to take it cancer and all. My credit card number was filched more than once most likely by someone using a device called a skimmer, which zaps … more
Sitting in my yard this week on one of our beautiful days, I had an Isaac Newton moment, it just hit me. It was an acorn that was falling from the mighty oak I was sitting under. I have to say, for … more
The title of this column has nothing to do with “Ya Gotta Believe.” That was a catchphrase used by New York Mets pitcher, Tug McGraw in 1973 to rally the fans to support the team. In some … more
I hate to put my air conditioning on, even when it is 90 degrees outside. I would rather just open the windows. But of course when it is that hot, all I am doing is letting more hot air in. So in … more
The title of this column has nothing to do with Abraham Lincoln. His Gettysburg Address started with the words “four score.” This column is about golf terms such as “fore” and … more
Summer is almost over and soon it will be fall. As we await new data from Tourism Economics on Sullivan County’s visitation and visitor spending, we are certain this summer was a busy one. … more
Can we talk? I’ll be delicate. One of the side effects of chemo, shall we say, is a blockage of the lower hemisphere.   After my first infusion, back-door movements (the kind we … more
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