Zaha Hadid at the Guggenheim Museum

Aug 25, 2014 No Comments by

by Donald M. I got free ticket to the Guggenheim Museum so I decided to use it to see the exhibit of Zaha Hadid work, not a well know name outside to the world of Architecture. Her work is hard to understand if you don’t look at it from a distance, view the lines of […]

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When “Hippies” Cross Borders

Aug 24, 2014 No Comments by

On the way back from the Canadian side the 6 of us were stopped by U.S. customs,.the car was searched for who knows what and after 2 hours of being called hippies and playing with their stamps we were let back into the country

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My first trip to Disney

Aug 23, 2014 No Comments

By Lydia Rosengarten My first trip to Disney when it was actually affordable-this dates back to 1977 when I visited Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Fla with my 7th grade friend Erika and her mom. We bussed it for 3 days from NYC for a 3 day visit and a stay at a crappy roadside motel, […]

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David Cone Perfect Game

Aug 22, 2014 2 Comments

by Dan Erhardt Even back as recently as 1999, it’s my understanding that the common practice at most ballparks –Yankee Stadium included — was to rip a patrons ticket to validate entrance to the game. Take a look at the picture of that ticket..  notice that it’s fully intact. That’s because I didn’t go. I […]

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NASCAR Sprint Cup Auto Club 500

Aug 21, 2014 No Comments

by Chris Bower NASCAR Sprint Cup Auto Club 500 California Speedway, Fontana, California February 24, 2008 One of my best friends, Gary, is a truck driver, and he’s been the hauler driver for several NASCAR teams over the years. When NASCAR would come to Southern California, he’d give me a call and I’d drive down […]

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Trans-Atlantic Challenge Cup

Aug 20, 2014 No Comments

by Tatiana Pereira NY Cosmos vs. Donetsk Shakhtar – July 12, 1981 Controversy makes for a good story, and this one involved politics of the time. The Trans-Atlantic Challenge Cup of 1981 was supposed to feature (2) NASL teams: NY Cosmos & Seattle Sounders and (2) International teams: Donetsk Shakhter (Ukraine) and South Hampton (England). […]

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The Grateful Dead, the LPGA and Hershey Park

Aug 19, 2014 No Comments

by Matt Peter This one doesn’t take much to effort to conjure up the memories. The set-up alone was enough to promise a memorable event, and it didn’t disappoint. This was the year that Don Henley came out with that song with the line about a “Dead-head sticker on a Cadillac” so it was a […]

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You’re Not at Shea Anymore – Opening Day at Citi Field

Aug 18, 2014 No Comments

Mets Opening Day 2009 It was a brand new stadium, first home game ever there. Mets had a great ceremony. I was in 304 for that game. I really enjoyed the whole atmosphere of the whole stadium. The Mets started the year off before that against the Reds and Braves, so it wasn’t there first […]

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Yanni on Tour – Dreams Do Come True

Aug 17, 2014 8 Comments

by Kristine Lujan My Stubstory journey began on the day they aired “Yanni a Living Legacy” on PBS. Once reading about the upcoming Salt Lake City concert, I was determined not to let anything stop me from getting the best seats available.  The instant the number was on the screen I was on the phone […]

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Irish Rovers – at The Met (Spokane)

Aug 16, 2014 1 Comment

by Charlene Emerson Char’s Irish Rovers – Will Millar Scrapbook March 30, 2003, the Irish Rovers were at The Met in Spokane for an afternoon show. Jenny didn’t want to go, so she stayed at a friend’s and Cal and I went. This time Sean O’Driscoll was with them so it was a slightly different […]

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