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Hodgepodge

Roy Hodge, Columnist - Roy began his career at The Fulton Patriot in February of 1959 as a linotype operator.  During his long career, he performed every newspaper job — from paper delivery to editor and publisher. He has entertained readers with tales of his family’s antics and many interesting Fulton residents in his long-running “Hodgepodge” column. Roy retired from The Fulton Patriot in June of 2010.

Hodgepodge

Bands Were Big! I have enjoyed the music from the “Big Band” era for many years. The “Big Band” era and the musical sound called “swing” began in the late 1930s. There were hundreds of popular big bands during that period in the 30s and 40s, and your parents and grandparents may have danced to(…)

Hodgepodge, by Roy Hodge

Born in a Grocery Store? When I was born, my parents lived in the house attached to the family’s Red & White Grocery Store in Syracuse’s Valley section, which is why I suppose, that during my early years I may have thought that I was born in a grocery store. I lived there with my(…)

Hodgepodge, March 15: MardiGrasmas, snow, and words of wisdom

Merry MardiGrasmas! Each year, my wife and I join son, Jeff, and my niece and her husband for our Christmas celebration. This past year we found that impossible because of various complications.  In fact, it was the weekend before Lent when we were finally able to get together. We christened our new holiday as “MardiGrasmas.”(…)

Hodgepodge, March 8

Tales of winters past The older generations have always told stories of winters of their younger days to their children and grandchildren. You know — the ones that start out, “Back when I was a kid in the winter time …” It was likely that I had heard tales about my grandparents coping with big(…)

Hodgepodge, by Roy Hodge

Grandma’s House Our house was one block from my grandparents’ house when I was growing up, so it seems like I split my time almost evenly between home and Grandma’s. I knew every inch of Grandma’s house frontwards and backwards. When my brother and sister were with me at Grandma’s, we played “hide and seek”(…)

Hodgepodge, by Roy Hodge

“Chick” Tallman While recently re-reading a column that I wrote in “The Fulton Patriot,” I was reminded of a venerable Fulton character, Vernon “Chick” Tallman. Chick had worked his way to the top of the list of well-known Fulton faces. From that column: “The first Fultonian I saw when I arrived in this fine city(…)

Hodgepodge, by Roy Hodge

Last week we observed a big day in the sports world – at least in the American sports world. The Super Bowl was in town – in every town in the U.S.A. Personally, I am not always a front row fan of professional football. I consider myself an avid Syracuse University sports fan and like(…)

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