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Neil Diamond Is the Dirty Water Hot Dog of American Music, and That's a Good Thing

Neil Diamond, in his way, is the dirty water dog of American pop music.

The Brooklyn-native has been making music for over 50 years, and like any long-standing institution, his past glories tend to burnish the present. 610 more words

Buy It, Borrow It or Bag It: These Precious Few Days by Christopher Andersen

Like any good history buff, or merely someone fascinated by the culture of celebrity that permeates our world, I have read a LOT of Kennedy biographies over the years. 381 more words

Buy It, Borrow It Or Bag It

Review: Neil Diamond Live in Philadelphia

Last night was my first time seeing Neil Diamond live, and he didn’t disappoint. For two hours he played a non-stop setlist of his top hits (“Sweet Caroline,” “Forever in Blue Jeans,” “Kentucky Woman,” “Cherry Cherry,” etc.)  and three terrific songs from his new album:  57 more words

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I'm Forever in Blue Jeans with Neil Diamond at Canadian Tire Center in Ottawa

Neil Diamond’s performance at the Canadian Tire Center in Ottawa was spectacular.  He had the crowd singing and dancing  to popular hits like Cracklin’ Rosie, Sweet Caroline, Forever in Blue Jeans, Play Me, Red Red Wine and many more.  154 more words

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Neil Diamond: From Sweet Caroline to Melody Road

Neil Diamond’s song Sweet Caroline is the ultimate feel-good tune, a guilty pleasure that never fails to inspire joy inside all who hear it. At parties, weddings and jukejoints, its exquisite hook has a remarkable power to trigger the urge to sing, dance and wave your arms in the air. 916 more words

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Book Club | Our First Read Is....

Today, I’m introducing a new series: Sweet Caroline Book Club. I’m always searching for recommendations for my next great read, so I thought it would be fun to share some of the books I’m reading and enjoying right here on Sweet Caroline. 538 more words


Becoming a family

There are two socially sanctioned ways to increase the size of your family: babies and weddings. Adding babies is a lot of fun, but it’s not really a team activity. 852 more words