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Over-Sixty: Shades of Gray Book Takes On Old Age With A Laugh

Getting older is a fact about life that cannot be avoided. For some, age is just a number, but for others there are some serious concerns and questions. Barbara Paskoff and Carol Pack decided to...

Get Inspired By These Books In Honor Of Black History Month

VideoBook Channel's Kahille Dorsnivil selects four books that entertain, inspire and inform to read for Black History Month. Her picks are Summoned at Midnight: A Story of Race and the Last Military Executions at Fort Leavenworth...

Beyond Broadway Joe Explores The Other Side Of Super Bowl III

Fifty years have passed since the New York Jets upset the Baltimore Colts in the third AFL-NFL Championship, which was dubbed Super Bowl III and the first to carry the Super Bowl designation. The final...

New Book Reveals Islanders ’90s Disaster

The New York Islanders are different. That’s always been the case. Among the many eyebrow-raising moves the Islanders have made over the years includes a marketing campaign gone awry in the mid-1990s. It’s one Nick...

Brophy’s Shot At Life

Gregg Inkpen, an author and avid sports fan who resides in Massapequa Park, has been digging into the history of the now defunct hockey team known as the Long Island Ducks. In the 1990s, Inkpen...

Preaching The Punk Gospel

Author Dr. Donna Gaines to argue 'Why The Ramones Matter' The Ramones may have played their last show on Aug. 6, but for fans around the world, the band has lived on long after the last...
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