Monthly Archives: July 2006

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Sunday Is D-Day

This Sunday July 30, I’ll hopefully get to fulfill the second of my three sporting goals of the year, by competing in the Escarpment Trail Run. That’s the 18.6 miles/30...
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Central Podcasting

Here’s some of what I’ve been listening to over the last couple of weeks, and how you can listen to it too. ________ “My understanding of British radio is you...
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Falklands? What Falklands?

Platte Clove Road is the name of a dangerous, steep, twisting, narrow, precipitous, unrailinged route up the mountain to Tannersville, Haines Falls and Hunter, its approach well hidden between the...
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Adapt or Die Part 2

Over the weekend, I interviewed someone who was buying pop music back in the 1950s, and was reminded that, back then, record stores barely existed. Music fans acquired their vinyl...
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Sugar Sweet Loaf

Saturday found me driving through the village of Sugarloaf in Orange County, about halfway between the Catskills and New York City. (I was interviewing someone down there.) It had a...
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Talkin’ American Social Blues

They telling you to never worry about the future. They telling you to never worry about the torture They telling you that you will never see the horror, spend it...
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Spiegel on the Hudson

It was a 100-mile round trip by the time I collected and brought home the childsitter, but it was well worth it. Last night (Thursday July 20) Posie and I...
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An Inconvenient Truth: A Necessary Movie

Last week I went out, locally, to see two different documentaries on the environment: The End Of Suburbia, shown for free at The Boiceveille Inn by our town’s Democratic Party,...
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