The Radio Flyer Red Wagon history

   It is just a wagon. But with a little imagination, there are no limits to what it can become.Robert Pasin, President and CEO of Radio Flyer, once explained it: ”
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Ferron Bell- Art history

  Ferron Bell  1943-2013 1969   Born Thomas Ferron Bell on Oct. 30, 1943, in Pasadena, Calif., he was the youngest of three children and the only boy. He always had
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Scanning On/Off the Deck Columns 2010

This week in…

On/ off the deck was a weekly column in FI Newspaper. It was the Facebook of its time giving the who’s, what, and where of the Pines. Alternating writers were
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The A Frame house 1965.

The A Frame house 1965.    Beginning it’s life as a simple modernistic A frame of the late 60’s its design seemed to fit right into it’s plot of land
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Pines People- Doris Taussig

Doris Taussig Doris Taussig arrived in the Pines in 1939. Her father was a dentist who never got to practice his dentistry because landholdings and real estate. The then valueless
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Pines People- Paul McGregor

Paul McGregor 1935-2013     On a random drive with his wife Paul McGregor discovered the Pines in 1961. He brought his creativity and spirit making his mark in Pines
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1960’s. It’s a Mod, Mod World…

1960’s.     In spite of promoting itself as a family community, the proximity to Cherry Grove, and the beauty of the generous landscape was luring many from NYC .
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Pines People- Joyce Reich 1932-2016

  Joyce Reich 1932-2016 Joyce S. Schick of Patchogue, NY passed away quietly in her sleep on April 7th, 2016. She is survived by Walter Reich, her loving husband of
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The Tea Dance Est. 1966

          Upon purchasing the Pines Yacht Club from then owner Peggy Fears with partners in the early 60’s model John Whyte bought out all partners in
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Drum magazine and the Fire Island issue 1965.

“If a man does not keep pace with his companions, it is because he hears a different drummer.”   DRUM was an American LGBT-interest magazine based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Published monthly beginning
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After Dark magazine on Fire Island.

After Dark 1968-1983 was an entertainment magazine that covered theater , cinema, stage plays, ballet, performance art, and various artists, including singers,  actors and actresses, and dancers, among others. First
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