Column, Movie Diary

Down for the count

By Dom Cioffi I was 10 years old in 1976, a little kid who loved sports and playing with his friends. I also loved going to the movies. Early on, my mother used to take me to see animated films […]

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Column, Movie Diary

Gone but not forgotten

I know it was January because it was after the holidays and I was returning a gift to a local sporting goods store. That was nine months ago; that’s how long this mystery has lasted. I had received a golf […]

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Column, Movie Diary

Same old song and dance

By Dom Cioffi I hit the nostalgic trifecta this past weekend when my wife and I attended a concert featuring three retro acts from the late ’70s and early ’80s Months ago, I got an email promoting all the popular […]

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Column, Movie Diary

No way, not a chance

By Dom Cioffi As a lifelong sportsman, I’ve always had the opinion that, given enough time and effort, I could probably become adept at most any activity. I’m not saying that I’m a gifted athlete, but rather, I’m coordinated enough […]

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Column, The Movie Diary

Size matters

By Dom Cioffi While I was traveling last week, I decided to pop into a bakery that I’ve frequented over the years. It’s one of those quaint little places that, as soon as you walk into, you know it’s good […]

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Column, Movie Diary

Dealing with the pain

By Dom Cioffi According to the CDC, fentanyl is now the No. 1 cause of death for Americans between those aged 18-45. The drug has surpassed suicide, Covid, and car accidents to take the top position. In 2021, over 100,000 […]

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Column, Movie Diary

Holding court

By Dom Cioffi Over the course of my business career, I have often been in the position of hiring people. Being interviewed for a job is certainly an anxious experience, but conducting an interview also has its own unique pressures. […]

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Column, Movie Diary

Listening to the differences

For the last several years, I have grown increasingly attached to podcasts as my main source of information. I’ve found that long-form discussions lead to a better and more accurate understanding of both people and ideas. A three-minute soundbite from […]

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