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Yonkers

By Sal Citarella I grew up in Yonkers and it wasn’t until long after I left that I learned the origin of the name. The Dutchman who was first granted title to the land along the Hudson was known locally… Read More ›

Running BOOM or bust?

by Sal Citarella You ever have the experience, while running down the road, to have some smart-ass kid yell out the window of the car, “Hey, what’cha running from?”Maybe it’s your own demons? Depending upon when you started running, you… Read More ›

Rambling Roads: A Marathon Scam?

By George A. Hancock runnergah@comcast.net October personifies our autumn season. Brilliant colors dot our landscape. Cooler temperatures and shorter days populate this month. This crisp, calm morning air is perfect for a daily run. We run fast or slow enjoying… Read More ›

Personal Best

By David Klein Not long ago, turning toward home for the second half of a six miler, I’d picture myself guzzling a can of Montauk India Pale as my reward for finishing. The frigid wind that blows across Ponquogue Beach… Read More ›

Rambling Roads: To Wave or Not

By George A. Hancock runnergah@comcast.net An intriguing question was asked recently on a Greater Johnstown radio morning program. Long-time Morning Guy Jack Michaels asked the interesting question. Jack invited radio listeners to phone in their comments. Of course, I’m not… Read More ›

A Runner’s Story

By Carl Scharwath First run, then a stumble Running should have been in my DNA; my father was a runner and my brother was a great high school track star who ran in the Penn Relays. When I was a… Read More ›