“Street Hype” Newspaper commemorates William O’Shaughnessy in their latest issue.
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One of America’s best known and most beloved community broadcasters, he was revered for his editorials, commentaries, appreciations, elegies, and character portraits, which inspired The New York Times to declare that “Bill O’Shaughnessy’s commentaries make his New York TV counterparts look like so much mish-mash.”
This 6 hour broadcast on WVOX commemorats the life of William O’Shaughnessy, through the medium for which he was known best: Radio.
Chuck Strome is retiring as City Manager of New Rochelle … and that deserves our best shot … and the everlasting gratitude of our City and its people.
It’s time we weighed in on the misguided effort to try and re-name the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge. And we’re not a Johnny-come-lately to the controversy…
I’ve recently had many conversations about the latest Andrew Cuomo developments … most of them with those who know of our 38-year friendship with his father of sainted memory.
Pope Francis is going to have to rely on another official papal airline. Fabled Italian carrier Alitalia, once the favorite of the jet set and the La Dolce Vita crowd, is giving up its fleet of 52 jets.
A rich man who is head of an international Gourmet Society once told me: “The Best Restaurant is the one where they know you the best.”
“Neither poverty nor riches make mine … lest I doubt you in poverty or ignore you in riches.”