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Su-Su-Summertime, Summertime Madness

by Andrew Doscas

Summer has always been my favorite season, but it’s also the one fraught with the most nostalgia, and I suppose that may be one of the reasons why it’s my favorite season.  1,195 more words

Andrew Doscas

Road Warriors: Top Ten - er, 13 Road Trip Songs

Well, our road trip for the year has come and gone.  But while we were on the road we put together a list of the songs we think should be a part of any road trip playlist – check it out! 536 more words

Music

Dirty Laundry

Last April my 89-year-old mother fell on the sidewalk in front of a restaurant. Her left arm was “shattered,” her right knee was badly bruised and swelled to twice its size though, miraculously, it didn’t break, and she hit her head hard enough to suffer a concussion and an egg-sized swelling on her forehead that didn’t disappear completely for over three months. 934 more words

The Power Of Words

Friday's schedule: Yorktown gets another shot at John Jay-East Fiskill

Only one team in Section 1 managed to get the best of Katy Sherwood‘s Huskers during the regular season last year, and that was eventual Class AA section and regional champs, John Jay-East Fishkill. 276 more words

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Summery Feelings (Part Two)

Labor Day weekend is upon us.

While I don’t celebrate the holiday itself, I’m not immune to the fact that Labor Day Weekend is the official last weekend of summer, and that in itself evokes mixed feelings in me. 161 more words

“Sympathy for the Devil – Part #3”

Continuing from “Sympathy for the Devil -Part #2″ regarding animosity towards God and the church on the part of the artistic community I present the following example. 373 more words

Culture