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What is a Circus Without Elephants?

Anyone who has ever gone to the circus as a kid always remembers that day of watching the clowns, the trapeze acts, the lions and of course, the elephants. I remember my visit as a kid to Madison Square Garden in New York City to see the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. For me the elephants made the biggest impression that day.

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Quincy Native & West Point Cadet to Join Yankees’ Opening Day Ceremony

Quincy native and United States Military Academy Junior Steven Musholt is hopeful he will still be a part of the Opening Day ceremonies at New York's historic Yankee Stadium...

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Better Watch How You Sit!

I took a weird phone call this morning and it was quite interesting. While on the air, the phone at Y101 was ringing and ringing. I finally got to answer it and said the usual opening line when answering a phone call, "Hello". I said it again and then a third time and still got not reply but I didn't hang up.

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images

Big Snow Can Mean Big Bucks for Young People

As a kid, my brother and I made quite a bit of money on snow storms like they had last week on the east coast. We would go door to door and ask homeowners if they would like for us to shovel their driveway or sidewalk.

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Chris McGrath, Getty Images

‘Miracle on the Hudson’ Happened 7 Years Ago Today

It was one of those moments when you knew where you were and what you were doing. It was Thursday, January 15, 2009 at approximately 2:30 pm (ct) when you stopped everything you were doing and watched TV in amazement as US Airways Flight 1549 crash landed in the Hudson River. 

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Jemal Countess, Getty Images

You Won’t Believe How Many Porta Potties Were in Times Square!

As I watched the ball come down at Times Square in New York City I couldn't help but think about a few questions regarding what is available to the million plus people who were gathered there on New Year’s Eve. So I did a little research on the celebration in New York City. The main question that came to my mind, after looking at the throng of people gathered there, was how many portable potties did they have to set up?

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Late Show with David Letterman Final Episode May 2015
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What’s Next for David Letterman?

What are we going to do after David Letterman goes on his long vacation? What is David Letterman going to do? At this point, only Dave knows for sure. Or then again, maybe he doesn't know. All I know is that David Letterman made me laugh. Yes, there were nights when he bombed, but that is OK. Everybody has a night off now and then.

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John Lamparski, Getty Images

Darlene Love Final Appearance On Late Show With David Letterman

It has become an annual Christmas tradition: on the final Late Show of the year, Jay Thomas visits David Letterman to tell the story of how he drove Clayton Moore (The Lone Ranger).

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Brian Myles

Pictures of the 9/11 Site From My Vacation

Here we are, 13 years removed from the terrorist attacks on America on September 11, 2001. For me it still seems pretty fresh in the memory banks. This time of year always brings it all back, and the fact that I went to New York City and visited the 9/11 site this summer obviously makes it all the more real for me.

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Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images

There is Good and Bad With Hurricane Sandy

I grew up in Brooklyn, New York so watching what is happening there as a result of Hurricane Sandy has more of an effect on me that most mid-westerners. To watch the Battery Tunnel and Battery Park fill up with water, to see some 90 homes in Queens go up in a huge blaze, to see the subways fill up and to see a total shutdown of the City of New York is beyond belief.

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