A Quincy baseball legend who won 114 games as a Major League pitcher between 1934 and 1948 is featured prominently in the Jackie Robinson biographical movie '42'; but unfortunately -- and inaccurately -- he's not portrayed in the best light
Various scenes around the Quincy riverfront on Friday afternoon, April 19. Memorial Bridge has been closed. Bayview Bridge is handling both westbound and eastbound traffic. The Mississippi River has risen dramatically over the last couple of days and is expected to crest Sunday, April 21
It was a beautiful day for a stroll a couple of years ago, so we set out with my then three-year-old daughter for a walk on Quincy’s northeast side. In a flash, a man approached us from his house. I recognized him right away. The nice man handed my daughter a Beanie Baby doll, politely chit-chatted for a moment, and almost as quickly disappeared back into his house.
My daughter cherished that little doll, and still does to this day. Who was the nice man? It was none other than Larry Toolate, Quincy’s very own “Dancing Man.” I sat down to interview Toolate to learn more about him.
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