Rambling Roads: Do Over

By George A. Hancockrunnergah@comcast.net The New Year begins early on a Wednesday morning. Some folks are probably still celebrating. Others are sleeping, seeking rest for the new 2020 day. January 1, 2020 ushers in a do-over. Our New Year begins… Read More ›

A Christmas Carol

by Chuck Dickens Editor’s Note: We published Eben’s story over 15 years ago in RG. It’s as timely now as it was then. Please read and enjoy Eben’s running journey. With thanks to Chuck Dickens for sending it again. All… Read More ›


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 ›