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Poetry Corner: 33 1/3

by Jim Farfaglia 33 1/3 Today’s digital music holds nothing compared to how I once held those timeless vinyl discs, each with a tiny hole that fit them so neatly atop my turntable   where they slowly ran in circles and where I gently set upon them a diamond needle and listened   as my(…)

\Roy Hodge\

by Roy Hodge After living in Fulton for more than 32 years, I now live back in Syracuse not far from the street where I grew up. It’s close enough that I drive past my old street many times a year. And that’s what I do — drive by. The last time I went that(…)

Jerry’s Journal: May 26, 2012

Jerry’s Journal: May 26, 2012

by Jerry Kasperek The Green and White Diner was a familiar landmark in old downtown Fulton. It had a prime location on South First Street. It sat just off Oneida Street near the foot of the Lower Bridge. Stories about its origin and early life abound. One accounting says it came on wheels, which couldn’t(…)

Light In The Darkness: May 23, 2012

by Pastor David Grey “Everyone must submit himself to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. The authorities that exist have been established by God.” – Romans 13:1 This verse is usually called upon to remind us to be submissive to authority. It is a reminder we need(…)

At The Fencepost: May 23, 2012

At The Fencepost: May 23, 2012

by Karen Abbott Early Monday morning I drove up to the front of a local thrift store, intending to drop off some items I didn’t need in my new apartment. The whole sidewalk in front of the building was covered with litter: torn black garbage bags, boxes, furniture piled at odd angles. A large truck(…)

Poetry Corner: The Gauchos

by Jim Farfaglia The Gauchos Memorial Day Weekend, 1968. A 9 year old boy leans against his bicycle, waiting in anticipation, just across the street from the Nestles parking lot.   He watches them prepare for the parade: tuning their horns, strapping on their drums, shining their wooden rifles,   then follows them through their(…)

Hodgepodge: May 19, 2012

Hodgepodge: May 19, 2012

by Roy Hodge As I often do, I was playing a little mind game with myself recently as I was looking at the list of column ideas I have covered since I started writing for The Patriot in 1979. I decided it might be entertaining (to whom I don’t know) if I chose a topic(…)

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