Forthcoming shortly, Patrick's account of his day spent amongst the John F. Kennedy in-crowd on the 46th anniversary of the president's fateful trip to Dallas. Till then, though, this preview: Patrick happened upon Joey Granati performing his epic rendition of "The Torch is Passed" shortly before the 12:30 p.m. moment of silence. Truly, one for the ages. (Greggo?)
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