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Zaire 74 to South Africa 10

Anyone who has read my web site long enough knows I believe that “everything’s connected.” And often, those connections unfold in ways we haven’t anticipated but rightfully welcome. For example…...
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The Bread and Butter Slimming Diet!

This is from the UK’s Punch magazine of May 1939, which I found being given away after a stoop sale in Brooklyn recently. There are many more equally superb and,...
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Some things from the weekend

This is why they call it Mountain Jam. Toots and the Maytals performing “54-46 Was My Number.” A treat to see them play live so many years after first hearing...
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Somethings for the weekend

My 14-year old son Campbell, like all 14-year olds, spends too much time on the Internet. But as long as he forwards me videos like this, I’ll forgive him. The...
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Rockin’ and Shockin’: The Holiday Weekend Edition

ROCKIN’ Mini Burning Man-style burn in the back garden. Noel gets his first glow stick. The new Dr. Who is the best Dr. Who ever. Mama’s Boy opens in Phoenicia....
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I Witness: Chrissie Hynde at Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary

As far as outdoor gigs go, it’s hard to imagine a more beautiful setting. Chrissie Hynde and JP Jones at the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary, Saturday March 29. Click on...
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Running for Art’s Sake Part 2

Another take on last Sunday’s Hudson River School Art Run, this one by  Steve Cangemi of the Onteora Runners Club. Thanks Steve, it’s a good excuse to print more photos!...
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What I’m Reading: The Likes of Us

THE LIKES OF US: A BIOGRAPHY OF THE WHITE WORKING CLASS by MICHAEL COLLINS PREMISE: White South-East Londoner Michael Collins writes a defense (in the guise of a history) of...
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