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The Greatest Show on the Earth

Nov 24, 2013 No Comments by

It’s The Greatest Show on the Earth Never having gone to the Ringling Brothers & Barnum & Bailey Circus when I was a kid, some friends and I decided it was time go. I remember each year watching the Elephants walk to Madison Square Garden and the commercials on TV for the Three Ring Circus, […]

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Bowling at Chelsea Piers

Nov 10, 2013 2 Comments by

by Matt Peter It was one of those days, when despite your best efforts to NOT get into a testosterone battle, it was unavoidable. Grab you balls and show what you got – Bowling Balls I mean. OK – so it was me (aging),. my brother-in-law (aged) and our father-in-law who out of respect I […]

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Name the teams Kirk Gibson played for..go ahead

Nov 05, 2013 2 Comments

by Joseph Terrazas We took the 300 miles drive up to Arlington at the ex-minor league stadium that the Texas Rangers played at, it was a very wide open stadium – long fences. You can tell by my picture of Gibson how deep the fences are. I was telling the kids about Kirk Gibson who […]

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Clay Buchholz No Hitter – my son’s 1st Sox Game

Nov 03, 2013 No Comments

by Craig Heisner My son was born in my hometown of Boston in 1998 but we moved when he was very young to the west coast. For his 9th birthday I decided it was time to attend his first game in my beloved Fenway Park. Little did we know that our father/son trip would come […]

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Terror Behind the Walls!

Oct 31, 2013 1 Comment

Eastern State Penitentiary Terror Behind the Walls! Supposedly it’s one of the best in the country. It was definitely creepy, and the costumed characters outside the penitentiary walls were the best. They were walking around in character, taking tickets, and just scaring people when they weren’t expecting it. In general, I don’t like to be […]

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Penguins vs Devils – AHL Style

Oct 13, 2013 No Comments

Had a great time at the Pens 6 Devils 2 Pens had 41 shots at goal an the Devils had 17. Saw 3 fights an had great seats 3 rows from the glass. Thanks Maid-Rite.. Oh and the other Pens won too 3-2 over the Hurricanes sorry Chris. Was the first time i have been […]

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World Trade Center – a moment for private reflection

Sep 11, 2013 1 Comment

The Buildings were just always there and I grew up with them. We all have our thoughts for the Buildings and the People. They are personal for me.

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Edaville USA – Fun with the Grandson

Aug 23, 2013 No Comments

Edaville USA is a Heritage Railroad located in Carver Massachusetts not far from Historic Plymouth. It was started in 1947 by Ellis D Atwood (E.D.A. ville) on his cranberry plantation. The train runs on narrow two foot gauge track throughout the cranberry bogs and reservoirs. I grew up not far from it and had many […]

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Lady Liberty and the In-Laws

Jul 27, 2013 1 Comment

by Kieth Faith My wife’s family came in for a long weekend stay and I had told them months ago if you want to tour any place special tell me now so I can get tickets. The week before they show up they tell me they would like to see the Statue of Liberty. On-line […]

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Eric Johnson “One of the Most Respected Guitarist on The Planet”

Jul 17, 2013 1 Comment

Eric Johnson “One of the Most Respected Guitarist on The Planet”, He’s considered a new age Musician – The Definition of New Age Music – music includes both electronic forms, frequently relying on sustained synth Pads, or long sequences-based runs, and acoustic forms,

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