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    "Wooly Bully"

    Matty told Hatty about a thing she saw. "Had two big horns and a wooly jaw." Wooly Bully" — Sam the Sham (June 1965) - Beware the wolf in sheep'' clothing.

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    Real winners

    With a standing room only crowd filling every chair at the Oakhurst Community Center and lining the back of the room, David Linn delivered on his passionate promise to present reasons for running against incumbent District Attorney Michael Keitz. Keitz, who was similarly energized in thoughtful ...

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    Get in the game

    One thing I can tell you is you got to be free ... "Come Together" - The Beatles — 1969.

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    Chances with Francis

    When I was a young DJ in Syracuse during my senior year at Cathedral Academy, a Catholic school I had faithfully attended from fifth grade onward, Father Shannon called me into the principal's office for committing a sex crime before thousands in public.

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    Democracy

    The Democratic Club of Oakhurst will host District 5 Assemblyman Frank Bigelow (R-O'Neals) as the featured speaker Saturday, Feb. 1.

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    Getting it ...

    Buried under eight feet of snow and six feet of earth, he's not going anywhere. That would be my great grandfather and namesake, Peter Cavanaugh, who was born in Ballyoughter, Ireland in 1816 and now rests under a remarkable Celtic cross next to St. Mary's Church in Fulton, New York — having...

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    'Duck'

    Phil Robertson is not an obvious quack. He presents himself as the real deal — a true believer — unkindly referenced by non-supporters as an ignorance driven, self-made, white trash, super rich, unrepentant, full-blown, mega-star bigot and damn proud to be one. The genuine article.

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    Fourth estate fades

    Recent coverage in commemorating the assassination of President John F. Kennedy a full half century ago sheds intriguing light on the astounding changes in American journalism we've seen evolving these last few decades.

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    November 22, 1963

    I was casually roaming about the kitchen of our family home in Syracuse making a tuna fish sandwich — living room TV droning in the background.

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    Oakhurst in the blind

    There I was — twice at the Met, then heading down the hill.

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