MEDIA COVERAGE

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Project Independence and You Radio Show - October 3, 2014.

A project of the Town of North Hemptead Department of Services for the Aging.

Deborah was the first guest of the day. To hear the program, click the below image.

Videographer Andrea DelBene and I had a great time at The Daily Blu.  9/30/2014

MAY I INTRODUCE TO YOU...

DEBORAH TOMASETTI PERHAM. 

Geneabloggers.com   11/25/2013

COOKING WITH GRANDMA FAR-AWAY

FoodStories.com 11/25/2013

BROOKYLYN HISTORICAL SOCIETY COMPILES RESIDENTS’ ACCOUNTS FROM SUPERSTORM SANDY FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS.

New York Times 4/9/13

NEW FAMILY HISTORY PROJECT OFFERS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES TO GENEALOGISTS, PHOTO ORGANIZERS, AND BABY BOOMERS

Albany Times Union 1/22/2013

NEWS FROM THE TENEMENT - FAN LETTER

Lower East Side Tenement Museum, NYC - Newsletter 12/14/2012

THE GUILT-TRIP CASSEROLE:

THE FAMILY DINNER

New York Times 10/2/2009

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