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Cape Cod Vacation Rental

March 15, 2017

4 Bedroom, 2 Bath vacation rental, walking distance to Parkers River Beach.  sleeps 9.  kitchen, window air conditioners, grill, outdoor patio.  Visit www.159pinegrove.com for more pictures.  Weekly rental $2500 during summer season.  Inquiry for off season rates.  Close to resturaunts, Hyannis, Waterpark, mini golf, Golf.  Great family get away.  Can accomodate 2 familys.

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Buying furs and jewelry. Gold, silver & diamonds. Coins,watches. The Buying Service 914-260-8783 for an appointment. 

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A Phishing Expedition

Why does nothing stick to President Trump? Ever since he came down that escalator at Trump Tower, nothing the Democrats, the media (which, according to WikiLeaks, are one and the same) or the establishment talking heads have thrown at him has stuck. He never lost his core support to the point where he actually won the presidential election. None of it stuck.

There were items and remarks that ...

Then They Came For...

An outspoken advocate for the local Hispanic community suggested that I speak to her neighbor. I met with Nina over lunch at a local Guatemalan deli in Brewster. Though Nina was nervous and tearful, she spoke forcefully and with conviction. “This is my country,” she said, “and I’m not leaving!”

Here is Nina’s story, in her own words:

Over the past few ...

Festival Celebrates Women Playwrights

Glass Ceiling: “A metaphor used to represent an invisible barrier that keeps a given demographic (typically applied to women) from rising beyond a certain level.”

In what is believed to be a first for Westchester theater, a one-act festival will celebrate women playwrights.

“Glass Ceiling Breakers,” the umbrella title for the all-female festival, offers a pungent mix ...

Attention All Catalog Shoppers

Back in my early days of suburbia, I received one or two catalogs in the mail, and that was about it. However, catalogs, I soon learned, are like rabbits, and tend to multiply if left unattended. At first I looked forward to the occasional Pottery Barn and Williams-Sonoma catalogs. Not that I was buying, because we were young and house poor. But like a man with a girly magazine, I liked to look ...