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Transistor Radios, a Brooklyn Tradition

by / Tuesday, 09 December 2014 / News Category CITY ROOM

Metropolitan Diary: No iPhone for a Brooklyn child of the 1960s, to whom a transistor meant Tom Seaver and the Mets and the Belt Parkway bike path.

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