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April 17, 1978
It's radical, dad, young John Zinsser might have said to his father, writer William, as the two explored the wonderland of Florida skateboard parks after a winter of discontent on makeshift venues—the culverts and parking lots of Connecticut.
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April 17, 1978

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It's radical, dad, young John Zinsser might have said to his father, writer William, as the two explored the wonderland of Florida skateboard parks after a winter of discontent on makeshift venues—the culverts and parking lots of Connecticut.

That championship season in which Kentucky won the NCAA basketball title was not all fun and glory. As Barry McDermott recounts, the Wildcats squared off among themselves and were hounded by a statewide mania and a legend.

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