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It’s Time to take Texas!

May 01, 2016 No Comments by

A great fall afternoon to watch CC hold Texas Rangers to only 2 runs with 11 hits and stranding 7 runners on the bases over 6 innings. 10 strike outs, no walks by the Yankees staff and the Sandman come in to close it out in the top of 9th. Now for game 6, time […]

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Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, NY

Apr 28, 2016 No Comments by

The Hudson Valley has many homes and sites of historical importance that are open to the public for tours and Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, NY is one of them. This is one of properties that in the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Mansion was designed by the American architect Alexander Jackson Davis in the Gothic […]

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2009 Masters Memory

Apr 05, 2016 No Comments

by Jon Hemlock There isn’t a more beautiful place to watch a sporting event than Augusta, and there isn’t an uglier place to watch someone fall to pieces either. The 2009 Master was a place for both as Angel Cabrera won a green jacket and Kenny Perry handed it over to him going bogey-bogey on […]

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Opening Day at Citi Field

Mar 27, 2016 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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Opening Day ’78- Reggie – Reggie – Reggie

Mar 24, 2016 No Comments

The Yankees ended the 1977 season by winning the World Series for the 21st time. It was 15 years without one. Reggie stirred the drink with 3 Home Runs in game 6 to beat the Dodgers. Opening day at Yankee Stadium of 1978 season the new candy bar was handout at the gates to each […]

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Merriweather Post and another Stubstory

Mar 24, 2016 No Comments

by Rich S. I saw this website and then saw a ticket stub from a show at Merriwether I thought I was at. Turns out I was there the next night. I wonder if you guys have any full stands of the Dead (like 5 straight shows from someplace) To my dead-head brothers & sisters […]

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Take Me Out to the Old Ball Game

Mar 15, 2016 No Comments

By Jessica B. Now when I asked to be taken out to the ballgame, perhaps I should have been more specific. I should have requested a game where it didn’t start to rain during the first inning. I was psyched to see Clay “Don’t I look like I should be going to a RatDog concert” […]

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Kiku at The New York Botanical Garden

Mar 12, 2016 No Comments

The New York Botanical Garden put on exhibits all year long that have become NYC traditions. In 2007 they started a new one, Kiku “The Art of the Japanese Chrysanthemum” for the fall season at the exterior lily pond courts of the Haupt Conservatory. Kiku is the Japanese word for Chrysanthemum. I knew nothing of […]

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NIT Tournament – Madison Square Garden

Mar 03, 2016 No Comments

The other March Madness is the NIT and in 2005 a friend of mine, who is a U of Maryland Alumni, got tickets to the final day of the tournament and off we when to the Garden. The Turtles were making a run at the championship but fell short with a loss to South Carolina […]

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Jethro Tull 25th Anniversary Tour

Mar 01, 2016 No Comments

by Joseph Terrazas It was 93 degrees at 11:30 at night, but what an cool incredible time to see this progressive blues band. (Procol Harum ) opened up for them. Always known for their theatricality and long medleys, the whole band developed their own personal flamboyant costumes. A manic Anderson with  bushy hair and beard, dressed in […]

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