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Birthday wishes to Susan Dollard, Barri Glick, Charlotte and Alice Sachs, Melinda Cali, Morgan Tucker, Carol Brooks, Deb Berman, Elvira Williams, Albi Beluli, Jill Steingart, Saraid Gonzalez, Cindy … more
On a beautiful Spring day several years ago, I was walking down Broadway and the young man in front of me was eating something out of a package. As he finished a portion, he would take the paper … more
The weather here sure has been chaotic for the beginning of April, but it certainly appears like Mother nature has calmed down a bit. Looking forward to warmer days. April 2nd marked the first day … more
The phone rings. It’s a New Jersey detective and he’s looking for my cousin, Davie. “He’s wanted for car theft,” informs said-detective. “Spell your full … more
110 Years Ago - 1912 Arthur Hust and bride of North Branch have returned home after a two-week honeymoon in the metropolis. Saturday morning while several men were walking through Manny’s … more
What are the Risks and Tax Consequences associated with Annuities?RisksRegardless of where you purchase an annuity, even at a bank, the insurance company- and not the bank-stands behind the policy. … more
What Comes After by JoAnne Tompkins (Riverhead). One of last year’s best first novels, set aside by the column then (I remember why: it’s hard to summarize, hard to be clear and … more
This week I won’t be writing a recipe, but more so an experience that I think every “foodie” must try, right here in the Catskills. This was the best overall dinner experience of my … more
Before coming up with the Siberian Centipede idea last week, I was going to be writing about a real predator that is already out this year, Ticks. With the change in season, ticks are on the hunt for … more
Le petit Jardin at 495 Swiss Hill Road N in Jeffersonville has hanging baskets that will be ready for Mother’s Day weekend! (Greenhouse will be open Mother’s Day on May 8th to pick up … more
The founder of the Chasidic movement lived about 300 years ago. His name was Rabbi Yisroel and was called the Ba’al Shem Tov. Sometimes people refer to him as The Besht, which is the acronym of … more
One of the deadliest battles of the Revolutionary War was fought on a desolate hilltop just north of present day Barryville on July 22, 1779. In terms of the percentage of men killed in relation … more
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