Monthly Archives: November 2011

DOWN ON THE CORNER

Just asking; is there someone you grew up with in the neighborhood that you still talk to on a daily basis? Maybe you communicate with them every few days? Once a week? Have you had a friend since you were … Continue reading

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BIG JOHN

Do you remember John Boyle, football coach at John Jay? I often wonder about him when I watch a football game on TV. As a kid, I recall my father buying a bag of white tube socks off him and … Continue reading

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BLACK FRIDAY

Did Rae and Otto’s ever have a sale on Friday, the day after Thanksgiving?

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WATCH WHERE YA WALKIN’

David J. Goodman of the New York Times with a story on a problem in Prospect Park. It seems that the city is trying to make it safer for people who walk and ride bikes. As an avid bike rider, … Continue reading

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OLD SCHOOL – NEW SCHOOL

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START SPREADIN’ DA NEWS

It’s been 15 years since I last lived in Brooklyn. We visit 2-3 times per year. I have one question. WHAT IS GOING ON DOWN ON WALL STREET? Thanks to the internet I am able to read the New York … Continue reading

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ESSENTIALS FOR GROWING UP

Often times people ask me, “Steve,¬†what did you learn from attending Holy Name and growing up in Windsor Terrace?” To be honest, I have to stop and think for a minute before I give them an answer. The lessons taught, … Continue reading

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