Tag Archives: Brooklyn

REST IN PEACE- MR. MOLLOY

Sad news on the passing of Ed Molloy. The Molloy’s were good people who lived across the street from the boys schoolyard;  37 Howard Place. (Ed pictured with his grandchildren) I grew up with his son Kevin and I would … Continue reading

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GIVE ME WHAT YOU GOT!

“I can’t imagine a person being a success who doesn’t give this game of life everything’s he got.” -Walter Cronkite Think back to all the hard workers from our neighborhood. Really think about it. The Ironworker who got up at … Continue reading

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I’M JUST WAITING ON A FRIEND

Still in shock. Or as Mick Jagger would say, “State of Shock.” John Cain was a huge Rolling Stones fan… Here’s an awesome tribute from Robert Fields on J.C. What a heartbreak for the Cain and Davis Families! My sympathies … Continue reading

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BLESS ME FATHER…

For I have sinned – it’s been 11 days since I last composed a blog entry. Each and every morning I drive past an outdoor basketball court. It’s covered with snow (we got about 10 inches the past few days). … Continue reading

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REGRET MAN

“Wish I could go back in time. I’d have gone D-I. Booze got the best of me. Man, I coulda. Man, I shoulda. Wish I could go back.”

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EVERYTHING IS *UCKED UP

Woke up this morning, what did I see A big black cloud hanging over me I switched on the radio and nearly dropped dead The news was so bad that I fell out of bed There was a gas strike, … Continue reading

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NO PLACE LIKE HOME

Nice story from the New York Times on our very own Pete Hamill. “It’s recognizable Brooklyn,” Mr. Hamill said. “I’ve just been wandering around, pushing the walker. There’s still neighborhoods. And after 30 years of the disappearing sky in Manhattan, … Continue reading

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