New York Seniors to Honor Frank Sinatra on 40th Anniversary of Iconic Hit: “New York, New York”

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Start Spreading The News — New Yorkers Honor Ol’ Blue Eyes’ Most Famous Song in the State That Bears its Name MOHEGAN LAKE, NY — June 17, 2019 — New York senior citizens will honor the late-great Frank Sinatra on Tuesday, June 18, 2019, at 6PM, at North Westchester Restorative Therapy and Nursing Center on the 40th Anniversary of arguably his …

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Where’s Johnny?
By BOB WEIR

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Weir Only Human I’ve been watching the late night talk shows since Johnny Carson began in the early sixties, after Jack Paar left the Tonight Show and was replaced by the man that would rule the night for thirty years. Carson was an original and a first class stand-up comedian. He could crack me up with a simple smile that …

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Show Prep: For the Love of the Game – Old But Ever So Blessed By Bob Marrone

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It was about six months ago,‭ ‬maybe more,‭ ‬on a late Sunday afternoon,‭ ‬when it hit me.‭ ‬I looked from tying my skates and before me was a collection of aged,‭ ‬patched up hockey players whose love of their sport transcended any conventional wisdom or common sense.‭ ‬Across the room sat our youngest player,‭ ‬Jimmy,‭ ‬a buff,‭ ‬stylish youngster of …

eHeziShow Prep: For the Love of the Game – Old But Ever So Blessed By Bob Marrone