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On Fathers and Fatherhood 2014 - by Harold Feinstein

This was one of the first photographs I ever took. I was 15 and still living at home in Brooklyn, though I would shortly move out on my own. I was the youngest of five, born when my mother was 43. My eldest sibling was 20 and the one just above me was already 11.… Continue reading

Coney Island Memoirs: Happy Birthday Cyclone and horsing around on the carousel - by Harold Feinstein

Two items from this morning’s stroll through the newspaper brought me back to my Coney Island days. It never takes much! First of all it’s summer – and from my experience that means sand, surf, kids screaming and fond memories of Nathan’s hot dogs! Secondly, since I was born in Coney Island Hospital, I guess… Continue reading