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Writers shine (and sign) at Jay Street Book Festival

Marvin Bubie, of Averill Park, talks with Trisha Clifford, of Ballston Spa, about his book, "Celebrating the Revolutionary War", at the Jay Street Book Festival in Schenectady on Saturday, September 14 2013.
Photographer: Kayla Galway
Marvin Bubie, of Averill Park, talks with Trisha Clifford, of Ballston Spa, about his book, "Celebrating the Revolutionary War", at the Jay Street Book Festival in Schenectady on Saturday, September 14 2013.
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The Capital Region is chock full of literary talent. A teenager who published her first book at 15. A mother whose cancer-stricken daughter once heard a sneak peak of a new Harry Potter book straight from its billionaire author. A man whose side-splitting stories about his golden retriever have sent him all the way to the Cayman Islands for a book-signing. But it was Ambition Café owner Marc Renson’s idea to put them all in ...


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JIMOCONNOR
September 15, 2013
9:37 a.m.

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What about Jim Pavoldi

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