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I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving with family and friends. My mother would always say that when Santa comes at the end of the Thanksgiving Day parade, it’s officially Christmas … more
One day last week I had the pleasure of meeting Yisroel Kreitman. He said, “I read your column”, I said “do you like it?” he said “oh yes,” we hugged, he has such … more
As I write my column this week I am thinking about my drive to work tomorrow with the threat of freezing rain and icy roads. I have to call Lake Huntington Service for my snow tires, Brett has a … more
Extra, extra, read all about it: Heinle’s General Store has been sold to a very nice guy named Raj. I stopped in there one day and met with Raj and Nick, the old owner. I was told that the … more
Did you miss me? I was away on vacation with my sister, brother-in-law and best friend Paula. We went to Seattle, Washington for a few days before taking a cruise to Alaska. I had the best time. I … more
I have to start my column off by saying I am truly blessed with the best readers. I’m really enjoying being out and about and people coming up and telling me how they enjoy reading the Lake … more
The 50th anniversary of Woodstock has come and gone. I got my cancelled stamp envelope from the Bethel Post Office. On Friday night, I went to see Ringo, Edgar Winters and Blood, Sweat and Tears. … more
I had such a busy weekend, but I want to let you know I did go see a physic. She told me there is someone here in a brown bath robe, and I said that’s Father Bill. She said yes, he is smiling … more
I cannot believe it—August already! This summer went real fast, although it did feel like we had no spring, with all the rain. I have been keeping busy; there’s so much to do in Sullivan … more
What a busy summer I am having. Last weekend, I went to George Schalk’s memorial down at Lander’s. George’s wife, Maureen, put on a fabulous party; everyone was sharing stories and … more
I walked into the Callicoon ER feeling like I was going to meet my maker: chills, muggy/clammy sweats, raw throat and like I had gone a few rounds with Mike Tyson. I was saying to myself, “I … more
It’s Friday afternoon—I have to get the column in early because of the Memorial Day weekend. In my last column, I told you I was not a morning person and I do not like getting up early. … more
It’s that time of year when penny socials and fundraisers are being held. Saturday night, I helped put on a dance for the Narrowsburg Ecumenical Food Pantry with Joann Latrende. The best part … more
I hope everyone had a nice weekend. I was down in Queens; on Saturday, we took my sister-in-law to Lips in NYC for her birthday. Lips is a dinner and drag queen show destination, and Ariel Sinclair, … more
I had such a busy weekend! My brother Teddy and I went to Queens Thursday night—yes, in that rain, fog and wind. Teddy was driving, and, at one point, I looked up and realized we were in the … more
Tax Season is coming to an end! March 31 is the last day to pay taxes before they are turned over to the Sullivan County Treasurer’s Office: 845/807-0200. During the month of March, I will be … more
They say it’s not long till daylight saving time and spring, but who are "they"? It is nice to get out of work and it’s not pitch dark. Everyone knows March 17 is St. … more
I had the pleasure of working at the WSUL “Heart a Thon” for the Catskill Regional Medical Center last Friday.  I was there to answer the phones, but I did much better on my cell … more
I would like to thank Tom and Cecilia Coacci for putting together a wonderful ‘50s-themed dance in the Narrowsburg Union on Saturday night.  Everyone in the town chipped in to make it a … more
Hello, hope you are all surviving this crazy weather. Minus 13, then next day 46. I pray that Groundhog Phil knows what he is talking about and we have an early spring. January is over. That means … more
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