WVOX’s host Dennis Nardone came out with a book last year entitled Growing Up in the West End of New Rochelle, New York in the 50’s-60’s: My Life, My Neighborhood (Up The West). Here’s how Dennis describes the book:
“The book will explain in my terms “The West” when I was growing up—all the people, friends, and families that made it such a memorable and lasting creation and foundation of childhood, youth, as an adolescent right up to my high school years. The book will explain the neighborhood where we all played, shopped; bought our baseballs, lemon ice, candy, newspapers, bologna sandwiches, pizza; or just hung out—our neighborhood schools, church, restaurants, grocery stores, etc.
Hopefully, my memories, reflections, and experiences of “The West” will bring you joy and many great memories like I have endured!
Good reading to you as I return you to “Growing Up in the West End of New Rochelle in the 50s–60s” the way I remember it—my memoirs.”
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