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September 24th in Shep History


1962 Radio Being Remembered


1963 Radio Army Taps, ASTP


1966 Radio More Kid Stories


1969 Article Jean Shepherd, on 'That Gap'


1969 Radio Fearless Orthodontist


1969 Radio Hofstra, Compoz et al - Mets clinch NL east


1970 Radio Bra Test, Stripper on Bus Hi-jack


1971 Books Booksigning - "Wanda Hickey's Night of Golden Memories..."


1973 Radio Reaction To Shep's 1973 Carnegie Hall Show With Clips


1975 Radio King Tut and Other Mummies


1976 Radio Review Performers


1988 Live Shows Rockville Center Guild for the Arts


2009 Books Telling Tales: A History of Literary Hoaxes


2013 Books Up the Road from Tassinong

Recent News
September 7, 2016
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New Features
Cross - Referencing
Two new sections have been added and affect most of the pages on the website. These are "Plots / Story Lines" and "General Topics." The 'Plots / Story Lines' section covers where the various items were used- movies, books, columns, radio, etc. and the 'General Topics' section covers things that Shep would often talk about on his radio shows such as Baseball, Poetry, Og and Charlie, etc. The purpose here is to cross reference the uses of the various subjects across all the mediums Shep used. This is a massive project that is going to take quite some time, but it will contine to grow and inform daily.
  Plots / Story Lines
January 20, 2016
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Trains
Jean Shepherd's America
A copy of one of the 1971 (1st Season) episodes of Jean Shepherds America called "Trains" has surfaced and is posted on Youtube.
  Jean Shepherd's America
>>> Youtube Video <<<
December 25, 2015
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7 things you never knew about 'A Christmas Story', including a Jersey connection
By Marisa Iati - NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Steven Glazer spoke about the untold stories behind Jean Shepherd's "A Christmas Story" at the Cranford Community Center.
  Read Steve's essay about the Leg Lamp
>>> Link to article <<<
December 23, 2015
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The Leg Lamp
by Steve Glazer
Steve Glazer has written an essay about Shep's use of the Leg Lamp and how it was conceived from advertisements for the Nehi company.
  Steve's essay
December 20, 2015
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Bahn Frei! - The Story of Shep's Theme
by Steve Glazer
Steve Glazer has done some extensive research on the history of Eduard Strausses "Bahn Frei" and how it came about that Shep used it for his opening and closing theme.
  Steve's article

 

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Replay Date: July 30, 2016
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Airdate: July 28, 1965

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Photo September 24, 1963
Army Taps, ASTP
Mystery man plays Taps on the Miami airport PA system The first time Shep realized he was in the ARMY & it wasn't a game The motivation of fear (Strums guitar throughout show)
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What's New
  Post Date Description
Notes 09-21-2016

Plots
Hurling Invectives
Notes 09-19-2016

June 2007
Article
Jean Shepherd and His TV America
Notes 09-18-2016

Plots
Uncle Carl's Inner Tube
Notes 09-15-2016

Music
The Sons of the Whiskey Rebellion
Notes 09-14-2016

People
Meno, Miss
Notes 09-8-2016

People
Arline, Cousin
Notes 09-8-2016

November 25, 1987
Television
Norman Rockwell: An American Portrait
Notes 08-30-2016

General Topics
Poetry
 
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