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Matthew Foster, 28, left, and his brother Jeff, late30-something, show off the cornucopia of stuff in Man Cave Artifacts, Richfield Springs, opened in midMarch. In midApril, they opened Man Cave Antiques in Fly Creek. Above, a lad from West Winfield visiting with his dad tries out Matt’s 1979 HarleyDavidson, on display there.
Ladies conspire to attract the attention of the handsome detective in the Catskill Players production of “Bull in a China Shop.”
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atskill Community Players present Alfred Hitchcock’s classic “Bull in a China Shop.” $15 adults, $10 students/seniors. 8 p.m. Saturday, May 19; 2 p.m. Sunday, May 20, South Kortright Central School. Info, blog.catskillplayers.org. PAINT THE TOWN: Decorate the outside of your home or business purple to support the Relay for Life. Starts 6 p.m. Friday, May 18, at Cooperstown Dreams Park. PLANT SALE: Oneonta Garden Club divides perennials, sells them at reduced prices. Also annuals, gardening tools and books, and bake sale. 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, May 19. SwartWilcox House, River Street, Oneonta.
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Brothers Turn Hobby Into Next Big Thing By JIM KEVLIN FLY CREEK
he History Channel’s “American Pickers” and “Pawn Stars.” Lifetime’s “The Sister Pickers.”
To that list, add “The Foster Brothers,” broadcasting – rather, merchandising, at least until they’re discovered – from Richfield Springs and Fly Creek, where in recent weeks they’ve opened two stores, “Man Cave Artifacts” and “Man Cave Antiques” respectively.
If the term, “man cave,” isn’t familiar, www.man cavesite. org, The Official Man Cave Site, defines it as: “man cave (mankeyv) noun: A dedicated area of a house, such as a basement, workshop, or garage, where a man can be alone or socialize Please See MAN CAVE, B3
Dial LD* For Murder *Lesley Diehl, Whose Latest Whodunit Centers On Fracking By LIBBY CUDMORE MORRIS
Mystery writer Lesley Diehl of Morris has three whodunnits coming out this year.
esley Diehl has a lot of blood on her hands. Or rather, her pages. The retired SUNY Oneonta psychology professor and mystery writer just released the sequel to “Deadly Draught,” titled “Poisoned Pairings,” in paperback on May 1, and in April, released the ebook “Angel Sleuth.” This winter, she has an-
IF YOU GO: Lesley Diehl will be signing “Poisoned Pairings” 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, May 19, at Strawberry & Vine, 91 Broad St., Morris, to benefit anti-fracking Advocates for Morris. other sequel due on bookshelves, the followup to 2011s “Dumpster Dying,” titled “Grilled, Chilled and Killed.” “I’m taking the summer off!” she said. “At least that’s what I told Glenn. I said I’d help him redo the kitchen, but I know Please See MYSTERY, B5
NATIVE FESTIVAL: Native American Artisan Day. Drumming, singing, storytelling, Iroquois Social Dancing. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, May 20. The Tepee, Route 20, Cherry Valley. Info, www.thetepee. com. BEATLES, BRAHMS: Catskill Chamber Singers present “From Beatles to Brahms!” Free-will donation accepted. 4 p.m. Sunday, May 20, First Presbyterian Church, 296 Main St., Oneonta. Info, Emily Kirsch, (607) 433-0999, www. catskillchambersingers.com
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Then, Baseball; Now, Man Cave Stuff MAN CAVE/From B1 with his friends.” In that dedicated area, there’s – for lack of a better word – stuff. Much of it is ‘60s vintage, featuring garish colors of the day. Much of it is car-related or beerrelated. Matthew, 28, describes his apartment as a man cave, (although given that he’s engaged, who knows for how long.)
And, about a year ago, the two brothers – you may know Jeff as proprietor of Legends Are Forever on Cooperstown’s Main Street – got talking about stuff, and concluded they had a business opportunity. The older brother – upper-30-something – was able to capture the baseball memorabilia craze of the past 20 years. Today, though, baseball items that
used to be available only locally can be obtained via multiple Internet sites. And Cooperstown shirts and hats and other souvenirs can be found at Target and WalMart. “This is much more rare than a Mickey Mantle bat,” said Jeff, surveying such a cornucopia – a Coke button sign, a Mack truck ashtray topped with a small carving of the company’s signature
A couple of years ago, Jeff had rented that wooden building – formerly Diastole furniture – on Route 28 about a half-mile north of Fly Creek’s blinking light, and was using it for storage.
Last summer, as the inventory grew, the brothers put 8-10 neon signs out front, and guys (yes, mostly guys) starting pulling into the parking lot to take a look, Please See MAN CAVE, b5
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Brothers Have 1,200 Retro Man-Cave Items At Richfield, Fly Creek Sites MAN CAVE/From B3 and looking led to buying. That put the brothers in high gear, scouring tag sales for items that fit their niche. Jeff happened on one yard sale and made the owner an offer for everything, loaded up his pickup and drove off. And the two recognize they have an unusual talent for this. “A lot of people in life have never bought an item with the intention of selling it,” said Matthew. Whenever these two brothers see something they like, even if the owner doesn’t know it’s for sale, they’re unafraid to ask, “Would you sell that to me?” If the answer comes back – “What will you pay for it?” – they know they’ve got a deal. “I’ve got to know what they think it’s worth. I have to know what condition it’s in. I have to know if I can sell it,” the younger sibling said. Antiques might be listed in a catalogue, which sets a price. “With this stuff, you have
pants. “She gave me the money. No questions asked.” “Why do you want this? Is it a gift?” he asked the customer. “I worked at a bar for 20 years,” she replied. “This was the sign I turned over and on every night.” Matthew concluded, “I gave her something back – what must have been a fond memory.” Such examples underscore, the market is in flux. “I buy stuff, put it in the closet. Two months later it’s worth 20 percent more,” Jeff said. As the stuff continued to pile up, the brothers – the collection amounts to 1,200 items – ran out of space in the Fly Creek building and discovered that renting a first-floor store in The Garfield, one of the blocks renovated by Jay Bernhardt, Richfield Spring’s former redeveloper, was cheaper than renting a storage unit. So, over the winter, after working all day for his brother in Cooperstown, Matthew got to
Matthew Foster estimates this Mack Truck souvenir ashtray, complete with the company’s bulldog mascot, would sell for $50-60.
to have a perceived value.” One day, for example, a woman drove up. “I want to buy that sign,” she said, pointing at a Busch neon sign. “I’m thinking to myself,” said Matt, “what should I charge?” $145, he concluded, seat of the
work on his future store, stripping the floors, hanging lights and painting. It opened in mid-March. Jeff opened the second store in mid-April. The temptation was to harvest stuff from throughout Central New York and sell it online. For instance, a Coke button sign will sell $150 out of the store, but can bring $250-300 if sold through the Web. While 75 people may go through a store on a given day, a Web site can easily get 1,000 hits. Still, the Fosters are people people. They want to engage customers, to describe their stuff, perhaps even to dicker. Besides, “no one wants to sit behind a monitor all day,” Matthew said. Both brothers say they were inspired their love of man cave memorabilia by their father. For Matthew, it goes back to his first Christmas, when dad James, now 73, of Youngstown, Ohio, bought him a train set. Youngstown is home to the
Whodunit Features Fracking, Beer-Food Pairings MYSTERY/From B1 I’ll be right back in front of the computer, telling myself “just one little paragraph!”” That’s husband Glenn, author of “Murder on Route 66,” who is also working on his own sequel. Last summer, he took the book on the road for signings and readings all along the famed highway. “Poisoned Pairings” welcomes back “Deadly Draught” sleuth and brewery owner Hera Knightsbridge to solve the murder of a student hired to set up for a beer-andfood-pairing dinner. In solving the case, Hera has to confront religious leaders, grieving families and a gas company bent on fracking the But-
ternuts Valley Diehl calls home. “A lot of my friends are trying to read it as a political statement,” she said. “All I’m trying to do is write a mystery. An author wants her book to be judged on the basis of the writing, not the political agenda.” Though not one for outlines, Diehl admits she might have to construct one for her next novel, which she says will be a black-humor murder mystery. “Someone asked me how I remembered all the plot twists and turns, but I’ve gotten pretty good at it – I don’t think I’ve left any loose threads.” To promote her work, Diehl’s been discussing, signing and giving interviews with various writing blogs. “If
someone asked me if they could interview me for a letter to their mother, I’d do it!” she joked. On Thursday, May 10, she gave a talk at the Village Library of Cooperstown on the business of mystery writing. “Someone always asks if there’s a lot more small publishers, and the answer is yes and no – there are a lot of small presses, but a lot of them are going under. You just can’t predict.” The other question she gets is how to become a writer. “I tell them you’ve got to write and write and keep writing – that’s what keeps the creative juices flowing.” “There are times when I feel down in the dumps,” she confided. “But I do feel really optimistic. I love my characters. I love being a writer. I love what I do. There’s no other choice – I’m going to keep going down this road.”
nation’s biggest swap meet, so the boy was initiated early into the Brotherhood of Stuff. Much of what’s swapped is auto related, and Matthew’s first car, his father’s 1965 GTO – Hugger Orange and Plum Crazy – “made me feel part of a club.” He got a business degree from Kent State, then spent a couple of years as a tech with 3D Vision in Solon, Ohio. His brother Jeff, 12 years older and a graduate of Rome Catholic High, had been on the Cooperstown retail scene since 1992, and the younger man soon joined him. It’s uncanny to see the two together: Two sides of a doubledheaded coin. Matt looks up to Jeff, and Jeff takes pride in Matt’s accomplishments and merchandising derring-do. “People look at it as a business,” said Jeff. “But, in the end, it’s what fills up the time and makes you happy.” Matthew concurred.
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Yung Elsa Lee, piano, play a program form “Across The World.” $20 donation requested, children free. Grace Episcopal Church, Montgomery St., Cherry Valley. Info, reservations, (607) 286-7109, www.patrickcalleopresents.com THEATER -- 8 p.m. Catskill Community Players present “Bull in a China Shop.” $15 adults, $10 students/seniors. South Kortright Central School, 58200 St. Hwy. 10, S. Kortright. Info, blog.catskillplayers.org.
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BIRD WALK -- 8 a.m. Land Trust Bird Walk and Brunch. Paulson Preserve, Jefferson. Info, Andy Mason, (607) 6522162, Andy Mason@earthling. net. OPEN HOUSE -- 1-2 p.m. Chapin Memorial, the Unitarian Universalist Society’s National Register property. 12 Ford Ave., Oneonta. Info, www.oneontahistory.org. NATIVE AMERICAN ART -- 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Native American Artisan Day. Drumming, singing, storytelling, Iroquois Social Dancing. The Tepee, 7632 US Hwy 20, Cherry Valley. Info, www. thetepee.com. AUDITIONS -- 2 p.m. Opening Acts: Young Artists Showcase. Drama, reading, vocal and instrumental music. West Kortright Centre, 49 West Kortright Church Rd, East Meredith. Info, registration, www.westkc.org, info@ westkc.org or (607) 278-5454. THEATER -- 2 p.m. Catskill
Community Players present “Bull in a China Shop.” $15 adults, $10 students/seniors. South Kortright Central School, 58200 St. Hwy 10, S. Kortright. Info, blog.catskillplayers.org. FIDDLERS -- 3 p.m. Greater Milford Historical Association presents fiddler’s Frolic and season opening of the David Sayre House, North Main St., Milford. Info, (607) 286-7038. HISTORY -- 4-6 p.m. Roseboom Historical Association opening meeting. Association Building, St. Rte. 165, Roseboom. Info, (607) 264-9342. SPRING CONCERT -- 4 p.m. Catskill Chamber Singers “From Beatles to Brahms!” Freewill donation accepted. First Presbyterian Church, 296 Main St., Oneonta. Info, Emily Kirsch, (607) 433-0999, www.catskillchambersingers.com.
Monday, May 21
TEA – 1 p.m. Wardell Sisters Sewing School reminiscence. Free, all welcome. Springfield Community Center, Rte. 29A, Springfield Center. Info, Noel Dries, (607) 547-8809. TALKING OPERA -- 7 p.m. Richard Johnson discusses ‘The Music Man.’ Parish Hall, Christ Church, 69 Fair St., Cooperstown. ART OPENING -- 7 p.m. “Where We Live & Work,” opening reception. Smithy Pioneer Gallery, 55 Pioneer St., Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-8671. Tuesday
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THURSDAY-FRIDAY, MAY 17-18, 2012 and Delia Ephron’s ‘Love, Loss and What I Wore’ and Lone Star/Laundry & Bourbon. Smithy Gallery, 55 Pioneer St., Cooperstown. Info, director@smithyarts. org. MEDITATION – 5:15-6:15 p.m. Introduction to the Buddhist view and meditation. Green Earth, 4 Market St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 527-5185.
Wednesday May 23
AUDITIONS -- 5-7 p.m. Nora and Delia Ephron’s ‘Love, Loss and What I Wore’ and Lone Star/Laundry & Bourbon. Smithy Gallery, 55 Pioneer St., Cooperstown. Info, director@smithyarts. org. LECTURE -- 7 p.m. Joshua Frye on early proponents of the organic food movement. Free, all welcome. Louis C. Jones Center, The Farmers’ Museum, 5775 State Hwy 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-1450.
Thursday May 24
PARENTS WORKSHOP – 9:30 a.m.-noon. Raise their child’s self-esteem. First United Methodist Church, 66 Chestnut St., Oneonta Info, (607) 432-2870. TAI CHI – 4-5 p.m. Green Earth Community Room, 4 Market St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-6600. SUPPORT – 7 p.m. Dealing with Diabetes. Fellowship Hall, Elm Park United Methodist Church, 401 Chestnut St., Oneonta. Info, Sharon Wheeler (607) 432-7052.
Saturday May 26
COOP FARMERS MARKET -- 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Pioneer Alley, rain or shine. Info, (607) 547-6195, www.otsego2000.org ONEONTA FARMERS MARKET – 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Main St. Garage walkway. Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 437-0158, www. OneontaFarmersMarket.com. IROQUOIS FESTIVAL -- 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Storytelling, dancing, art, tours of a Seneca Log House and Mohawk Bark House. $12 adults, $10.50 seniors, children free. Fenimore Museum, 5798 NY 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-1420. PLANT SALE -- 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Heritage plants from the botanical specimen garden. Ornamen-
tal, dye and heirloom vegetables. The Farmers’ Museum, 5775 New York 80, Cooperstown. Info, www.farmersmuseum.org. YARD SALE -- 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Tailwaggers yard sale benefits SSPCA. Donations through May 25. SSPCA, Rte.. 28, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-8111. PERFORMANCE -- 7 p.m. Joanne Shenandoah performs at the Iroquois Cultural Festival. $20. Fenimore Museum, 5798 New York 80, Cooperstown. Info, www.FenimoreArtMuseum.org.
Sunday May 27
PLANT SALE -- 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Heritage plants from the botanical specimen garden. Ornamental, dye and heirloom vegetables. The Farmers’ Museum, 5775 NY 80, Cooperstown. Info, www.farmersmuseum.org. IROQUOIS FESTIVAL -- 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Storytelling, dancing, art, tours of a Seneca Log House and Mohawk Bark House. $12 adults, $10.50 seniors, children free. Fenimore Museum, 5798 NY 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-1420. WARRIOR SOFTBALL -- Noon ceremonies; 1 p.m. game time. Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team v. Cooperstown Law Enforcement & Firefighters. All seats, $6. Doubleday Field, Cooperstown. Info, tickets, (607) 547-6103, email@example.com
Monday, May 28 Memorial Day
CANOE REGATTA -- 6 a.m. 50th Annual General Clinton Canoe Regatta along the Susquehanna River from Cooperstown to Bainbridge. General Clinton Park, Otsego Lake, Cooperstown. Info, www.canoeregatta.org. HISTORY -- 1 p.m. Robert Calandresa answers questions about Ethel Scatchard, the only Oneonta WWI fatality. Oneonta History Center, 183 Main St., Oneonta. Info, (607) 432-0960.
Wednesday May 30
LECTURE -- Historian Cindy Falk on agriculture, barns and farmers, and signs her new book. Free, all welcome. Louis C. Jones Center, The Farmers’ Museum. Info, 5775 State Hwy. 80, Cooperstown. Info, (607) 547-1450.
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