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Back when E, my youngest son, was much younger, there was one song that was guaranteed to make him cry, anytime. It was Harry Chapin’s 1,384 more words
SCRANTON — It was a horrific wreck many people still remember, one that inspired a Harry Chapin song.
On March 18, 1965 Gene Sesky of Scranton lost control of the truck he was driving, hauling 30,000 pounds of bananas, barreling down Moosic Street toward central Scranton, unable to stop. 358 more words
This is a tribute to one of my favourite musicians of all time, the great Harry Chapin. Not only do I love almost every song he wrote, but so many of them take me back to my childhood in some way that makes me feel really happy inside: driving to a soccer game (or anywhere, for that matter); painting the front hallway with the stereo cranked up; lazy summer afternoons on the back deck; Pops cooking supper; whistling the intro to… 136 more words