The Boys Pays Homage to Long Island Life

“This tight circle of friends, who still call themselves “the boys” even as they turn 67 and 68 this year, forged lifelong bonds as the first generation of children to grow up in Long Island’s nascent suburbs. They bonded over quintessential 1960s experiences, like going to the Woodstock and Watkins Glen rock festivals, but also through ordinary kids’ stuff like stickball games and sleepovers, schoolyard scraps and bike rides to Green Acres shopping center in Valley Stream and basement parties.”

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