In 1973, I first became a baseball fan. My father — once a diehard Dodger fan in the 40’s, 50’s and early 60’s — had drifted away from the game. But in August[ Read More ]
September 28th, 2015 From the corner of Prince and University on the penultimate day of our summer of love ’15, there emanated a literary and theatrical ambiance a little bit Greenwich[ Read More ]
It is not uncommon to see softball played at Cobb’s Hill late into the night. But at this time of the year, one game goes past midnight. This year 12:29 a.m. to be exact. This year marks[ Read More ]
• September 25, 2015 Sandra Frankel is the Frederick Law Olmstead of Brighton. Now candidate for Monroe County Executive, during Frankel’s tenure as Brighton Town Supervisor (1991 – 2011), she[ Read More ]
“Team Eagle” set to open a new field of dreams at East. Roland Williams ’93 drops by for final summer tune up.
NOTE: THIS ARTICLE ORIGINALLY APPEARED IN THE DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE. SEE ALL D & C ARTICLES. • September 3, 2015 A sight never before seen on Culver Road. East grad Roland Williams tossing[ Read More ]
NOTE: THIS ARTICLE ORIGINALLY APPEARED IN THE DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE. SEE ALL D & C ARTICLES. • August 31, 2015 Those musingly following my summer of love picaresque have wincingly[ Read More ]