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Book Review: Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York (Mini) by James and Karla Murray

If you are at all interested in what's happening to New York or any urban landscape, pick up Store Front, and a Gem Spa egg cream, while you can. Read More »

Book Review: Two Cents Plain: My Brooklyn Boyhood by Martin Lemelman

Post-war Brooklyn is the setting as the son of Holocaust survivors shares his graphic memoir of richly-rendered anecdotes, black-and-white drawings, documents, photos, and artifacts. Read More »

Book Review: Color Me Marilyn: Classic Hollywood Moments by Emanuel Emanuele

This unique coloring book features classic line drawings of Marilyn in all her glory, both onscreen and off. Read More »

DVD Review: Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg

Gertrude Berg and Molly Goldberg were two very different people, but most remember them as one. Read More »

DVD Review: John Belushi – His Final Hours

John Belushi, comic genius, was doomed by his excessive appetites for everything in life. Read More »

DVD Review: My Three Sons – Season Two, Volume Two

Eighteen episodes of My Three Sons—and it’s guys, guys, guys! Read More »

DVD Review: Sabrina the Teenage Witch: The Sixth Season

Nostalgia and absurdity make Sabrina the Teenage Witch a great choice for after-school entertainment. Read More »

My First Crush

My dead crush had more influence on what I wanted in a man more than anyone else ever has. Read More »

Book Review: Journey Along the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad by Alan Sweeney

Take a tour of boarding houses, hotels, inns and resorts of Monroe County from Delaware Water Gap to Tobyhanna. Read More »

Retro Redux: Groundhog Day And Dad’s Polkas

He never met a polka that he didn't like, but some were extra special. Read More »