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NOW WE ARE SIXfrom HABITAT, JANUARY 2010[[wysiwyg_imageupload:122:]]I woke up in what seemed to be my bedroom.But it was strangely different.“Where am I?” I asked the shadowy figures standing before me.“In a co-op.”“What do you want?”“A 50 percent maintenance increase.”“You won’t get it.”“By hook or by crook we will.”“Whose side are you on?”“That would be telling.”“Who are you?”“The new board of directors.”“What happened to the old board?”“You are Apartment Six.”
[[wysiwyg_imageupload:30:]] WHITHER PERRY MASON?FROM HABITAT DECEMBER 2009
WHEN CHAPLIN WAS MY NEIGHBORFROM HABITAT OCTOBER 2009[[wysiwyg_imageupload:3:]] Neighborliness is next to godliness. At least, that’s what my father might have said if he had been big on the Godliness thing.
THE TEN BIGGEST MOMENTS ON TV FROM THE STAR AUGUST 9, 1983 Expert Picks Ten Most Memorable Events IF you had to name the 10 most memorable moments you've seen on television, what would they be? Tom Soter, a New York writer who specializes in TV, has picked his top 10 moments - from tons of research and a lifetime of watching the tube. The things that influenced his choices are the historical significance, the effect on world, the story and the sizeof the audiences. Here is Soter's list in chronological order:
[[wysiwyg_imageupload:95:]]IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU Scams, Both Large and Smallfrom HABITAT September 2010
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Patrick McGoohan, with TS, 1984
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HOLMES, IN VARIOUS INCARNATIONS Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes By TOM SOTER from The Columbia Spectator February 18, 1977 The Adventure of the Peerless Peer, by Philip Jose Farner (Dell, 127 pp, $1.25). Sherlock Holmes in New York, from the TV film by Alvin Sapinsley. adapted by D. R. Bensen (Ballantine, 153 pp, $1.50). The Giant Rat of Sumatra, by Richard L. Boyer (Warner, 223 pp, $1,50). What is one to make of a Sherlock Holmes who calls his faithful Watson a "blockhead" and a "dunce" and who seems more concerned with a paycheck than with the solution of a crime? Not much, and if Sir Arthur Conan Doyle had written about such a character in the late 1880's when the first Holmes story· appeared it is doubtful whether the detective would have had the popularity he does today.
GETTING STARTED The 1970s saw my career skyrocket. From the 14-year-old publisher, editor, and writer (with Tom Sinclair, Christian Doherty, and Alan Saly) of such fiction/non-fiction mimeographed publications as Strange & Unknown, Mystery Magazine, The Warthog Reader, and The Edgar Rice Burroughs Magazine, I was soon a freelance writer for my college newspaper and such weekly newspapers as The West Sider, The East Side Express, and The Chelsea Clinton News