Monthly Archives: November 2013

HAPPY THANKSGIVING

Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season… Advertisements

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WHERE WERE YOU WHEN…

Days That Changed America Forever  By Pat Fenton When I was 22, a young military policeman, out of Brooklyn, New York, I found myself standing on the tarmac of a United States Army base in Hanau, Germany, Fliegerhorst Kaserne, as … Continue reading

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KNICKS AND NETS: WTF?

The New York Knicks and the Brooklyn Nets are both 3-10. I know, I know, it’s early. But shoot, the Celtics have five wins! Jack Kelly is loving it. By the way, the Knicks are 1-6 on 33rd and 8th. … Continue reading

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DONUTS ON THE AVENUE

My guy Frankie P. tells me Dunkin’ Donuts will move in where Smith’s used to be. No more trips to fifth avenue now.

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THE GIRLS SCHOOLYARD

I write a lot about my time spent in the boys school yard on Howard Place but don’t forget about the girls yard. We hung out a lot in the girls school yard which was located on ninth avenue, across … Continue reading

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SIDEWALK TALK

New York Times and Mallory Hagan, Miss America 2013. She lived on 17th street for a minute. Hagen has an interesting comment: “I almost feel bad for people who are born and raised here because you’ll never understand how the … Continue reading

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SITTIN’ ON THE STOOP WITH…

Cathy Gigante-Brown… Where were you born and where did you grow up? I’m a Bay Ridge girl, born and bred in Brooklyn. I was born at a hospital called Brooklyn Doctors which isn’t there anymore but I believe it was … Continue reading

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