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Hot dogs have brothers dreaming big in Scotia

Scott Murphy, co-owner of the Grateful Dawg in Scotia, grills mini hot dogs Aug. 6 inside the Grateful Dead-themed restaurant.
Photographer: Ned Campbell
Scott Murphy, co-owner of the Grateful Dawg in Scotia, grills mini hot dogs Aug. 6 inside the Grateful Dead-themed restaurant.
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Brothers Scott and Sean Murphy know how to bring people together. For the past five years, the identical twins from Colonie have hosted Lishakill Jamfest with their older brother, Pat. The sixth annual festival is slated for Sept. 13 at the Polish Community Center in Albany. “When it started out, it was supposed to be a backyard jam,” Scott Murphy said. “We ended up getting 500 people so we had to change the venue, and ...


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