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Taliesin West – Frank Lloyd Wright

Aug 11, 2014 2 Comments by

By Donald M In 2006 a friend and I were in Phoenix, Arizona for a meeting. We had some time off so we make the journey to Taliesin West the winter office and school for Frank Lloyd Wright in Scottsdale. This day they had had two different tours that visited different sections of the complex. […]

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Day / Night DoubleHeader – the HARD way!

Aug 05, 2014 No Comments by

(In the town the brought you DoubleMint gum – here’s a “Two-Two-Two Games in One Day” story for you!) I went to Chicago to visit my Brother and his 1st wife,  he planned a day of baseball few I would assume have had…. 1st we saw the Cubbies in old Wrigley Field in afternoon game […]

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Trujillo scores and the Black Army heads to SF

Jul 22, 2014 No Comments

Trujillo scores and the Black Army heads to SF

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Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp, France

Dec 14, 2013 No Comments

Notre Dame du Haut, Ronchamp, France the work of Le Corbusier built in 1955 as a pilgrimage chapel, is more frequented by architectural pilgrims than the planned religious travelers. He used curved shapes and light to sculpt the design of the chapel. The walls are pierced with stain glass windows and the curved roof meets […]

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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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Georgetown Hoyas vs. Panthers 1983 – Now I KNOW a Panther

Oct 10, 2013 No Comments

The first thing I thought of when I saw this ticket was “Wow, the Pitt Panthers, I’ve got a friend and business associate who played ball for them, gotta tell him he’s about to be in a Stubstory.” So, Willie Kelly, power forward for the 74, 75, & 76  Panthers, this one’s for you – […]

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City of Palladio – Venezia

Aug 20, 2013 No Comments

If you’re on vacation and staying in Venezia (Venice), Italy, take a day trip to Vicenza, the “City of Palladio”.  Andrea Palladio a 16th century Italian Renaissance architect is considered the most influential individual in the history of Western architecture. Vicenza became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. Look for a day tour so […]

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Georgetown Hoyas 99 – Alabama State 76

Aug 05, 2013 No Comments

Freshman year continued to roll along. After a squeaker on the road against Mighty Kentucky – OK Western Kentucky – it was home against perennial powerhouse Alabama State. In this pre-internet era – the first thing that popped up on Google was some information on a solid Hoya power forward I remembered named – Billy […]

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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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Take this stub and shove it!

Jul 23, 2013 1 Comment

I can only hope that this stub qualifies for presentation on Stubstory. I know it’s not music or sports, but it’s about as OTHER as it gets. Let’s just say that I’ve played rounds of golf (with a cart) for less than this parking stub cost me. In fact having had 5 hours to think […]

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