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Rye Playland with Cindy and Charly

May 30, 2011 No Comments by

by Charly P Rye Playland is a very fun place. I went on lots of rides it was lots of fun. I went with Cindy my babysitter and friend who drove there. I REALLY liked the Thunderbolt – I loved it. I knew I’d be big enough to ride it- so it would be ok.  […]

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Laurel Pop Festival – what a line-up

May 28, 2011 1 Comment by

by Bruce Remer The first time I saw Zeppelin was about a month before at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, MD (Outside DC). We actually went to see the WHO. The ad posters said THE WHO, at the bottom was “With Led Zeppelin” in smaller print. We had been anticipating them because of the […]

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The day the world DIDN’T end

May 24, 2011 No Comments

By Donald M. The end of the world didn’t come, but it did rain hard enough to delay the first pitch of the game and make you think that the game could end in a rain out. The Yankees when on to win the second game of the 2011 subway series on their Home Run […]

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Drinking Legal at Wrigley – Happy Birthday

May 22, 2011 No Comments

by Jared Aupperle Went to Chicago for my cousin’s wedding and to visit my brother. It also happened to be my birthday, so what better way to celebrate my 21st then a game at Wrigley. The whole family came and of course we sat in the bleachers. An hour before the game the bleachers were […]

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US Soccer – 2002 FC Gold Cup

May 21, 2011 No Comments

by John Santos The one from 2002 is special.  Granted, it may be a little beat up, but it’s from the first time I ever saw the US national team in person. Sure, I had to wait for the “under card” to play out, but it was all in good fun.  Not only did the […]

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Ah my Mets – 2004 Home Opener

May 15, 2011 No Comments

by Kim K. As today’s talent laden Met’s look to dump, dump dump players to save money, I thought I’d share this Stubstory from the Home Opener in 2004. I went to this game with my 4 cousins – all crazy Met fans. These were the Kaz Matsui Mets – lead by such distinguished gentlemen […]

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Ireland- Where the Song and Dance Began

May 12, 2011 No Comments

by Charlene Emerson Char’s Irish Rovers – Will Millar Scrapbook I saw Will’s show “Ireland- Where the Song and Dance Began” in Trail, British Columbia, on November 9, 2004 (one day short of 34 years since I first saw the Irish Rovers in concert). It is WONDERFUL! This is a different kind of show than […]

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Boston (Mom) v. Bronx (Dad) and me in the Middle!

May 08, 2011 1 Comment

by Jessica B. When I moved to Boston, one of the first items on my agenda was learning the rules of professional baseball and enjoying the special thrill of watching a game from Fenway Park. And the best games to watch are ones like this where we played the Yankees. My mother is from Worcester […]

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Dark Lord Day (relax it’s beer)

May 07, 2011 No Comments

by Jared A. By far the craziest ticket stub that I have seen to date. Dark Lord Day, the one day every year where Three Floyds Brewing Co. releases its much anticipated Dark Lord Russian Imperial Stout. The small craft brewery is about 30 minutes outside of Chicago in Munster, Indiana. My friend and I […]

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Harlem Globetrotters – American Icons

May 01, 2011 No Comments

by Jared A. The Harlem Globetrotters are one of those iconic American things that everyone should go see at least once in their life. It’s like Disney World, the Statue of Liberty or the Grand Canyon, something almost everyone has seen and everyone can relate to the stories. The Globetrotters are good wholesome entertainment, you […]

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