Mike Grayeb

Managing Editor
Bill Hornung

Linda Swanson
Freddy Zalta

Design & Layout
John McMenamin

Distribution &
Database Management

Russ Gerroir
Steve Prue
Concrete Marketing Inc.

Contributing Advisors
Sandy Chapin
Jason Dermer

Special Thanks
Marty Acks
Brian Bieluch
Hawley Botchford
Joyce Botchford
David Chapin
Jaime Chapin
Jen Chapin
Jim Chapin
Steve Gibbons
Jim Holt
Nate Landerman
Steffanie Lorig
Bob Marr
Linda McCarty
Tim Miller
Bill Pere
Scott Sivakoff
The Harry Chapin Foundation
World Hunger Year

Masthead photo
by Diane Maple

Thank you Harry and Jim.

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For Bruce Springsteen,
"Do Something" Means
Many Things

Bruce Springsteen remembers when Harry Chapin doggedly pursued him everywhere from recording studio lobbies to hotel courtyards to enlist his support in the fight against hunger.

The Beat of
a Different

An Interview
with Jim Chapin

The musical patriarch of the Chapin family proves the old saying that people are products of their childhoods.

Students Use Pocket Change to Make a Big Difference

Cancer Patient Cites Harry's Message as Key to Survival

When Don Boland recalls the time he was coaxed into going to see Harry Chapin perform in New Brunswick, NJ, in 1980, he can't help but think about the impact that event had on him much later in life.

Goat Tales

I remain skeptical that humans are the intelligent specie.

Satinwood, Howard Fields and Al Stewart in Concert to Benefit KIDS Can Make a Difference

Net proceeds from the concert will benefit KIDS Can Make a Difference, a program of WHY (World Hunger Year), that is celebrating its 11th anniversary this year.


The Power
of Design(ers)

Folksinger Harry Chapin talked about good tired and bad tired.

Harry Chapin -
Freedom of Choice

Chapin was tired when I sat down with him three hours before the
show at Guelph University.

The Cat's
in the Cradle...

I feel the pain of the lyrics because it is my pain, it is my father's pain, and it will be my son's. This is my legacy.

Letter to the Editor

Thank you for honouring
my brother and in
doing so honouring my
very special, very much
missed husband, Bob.

Long Island Songwriters Plan "Sequel" Benefit Tribute Concert

For the second consecutive year, a group of Long Island singer-songwriters will pay tribute to Harry Chapin in a free concert benefiting two of the non-profit, anti-hunger organizations he co-founded.

Readers Share Thoughts
in Second Annual
Circle! Survey

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