During the first decade of the new millennium one of the most popular features in the community paper The Wilmington Spectator was the “Visit with Uncle Richard” series. Written by Spectator columnist and editor Pat Gibbs, the Uncle Richard character was based on Pat’s actual uncle who nicknamed him Bubby. The stories and adventures of Uncle Richard are legendary in the city of Wilmington, Delaware. Though Uncle Richard left us some years ago, his “favorite and only nephew” kept his memory alive after Uncle Richard’s passing. The Wilmington Spectator shut down its presses in 2007, but Uncle Richard’s fans have never forgotten him. Now we can enjoy Uncle Richard’s shenanigans for years to come in this enjoyable compilation.
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