BORO PARK, VEGAS AND ALL THE IN-BETWEENS
by Sheldon Sid Brodkin
BORO PARK, VEGAS AND ALL THE IN-BETWEENS is a work of fiction, but loosely based on the life of a long-time friend of the author.
It is a story about two boyhood friends growing up on the rough streets of Brooklyn, NY in the 1920’s; one destined to be an outstanding athlete, the other, the son of a member of “La Familia”, begin the road to the true beginning of casino gaming in Nevada in the 1930’s.
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Friday June 17th, 2011
STOOPDRAMER & OTHER WINDSOR TERRACE STORIES
by Pat Fenton
Journalist and playwright, Pat Fenton, will take us back to his old neighborhood with a company of actors performing a dramatic reading of his play about a lost part of Windsor Terrace. Once a teeming, tight-knit, Irish and Italian blue-collar neighborhood that existed around 17th Street and 9th Avenue before Robert Moses drove the Prospect Expressway through the very heart of it in 1953, and divided it forever. Contact Pat Fenton at firstname.lastname@example.org Donation: $10 Fri/Sat Performances
Organizer(s): Walt Whitman Birthplace
The Irish Emigrant